Recent Updates to List of US Navy Serial Numbers



Last revised August 27, 2018


159909 EA-6B-60-GR ICAP I Prowler MSN P-56. In May 2009 active with VX-23 
and now on display at the Naval Air Test and 
Evaluation Museum at NAS Patuxent River, 
Maryland. 
161533 CH-53E Super Stallion MSN 65-454. Active in April 2018 with 
HMH-461 at MCAS New River, North 
Carolina. 
161676 A-6E Intruder MSN I-653. Active in June 1984 with VA-65 
aboard the USS Dwight D Eisenhower. Since 
June 2009 an instructional airframe at the 
Pennsylvania College of Technology, 
Williamsport. 
162777 P-3C AIP Orion MSN 285G-5803. Active in June 2018 with 
VP-69 at NAS Whidbey Island, Washington. 
164048 F/A-18C-31-MC Hornet MSN 0936/C179. Active in October 2016 with 
US Naval Aviation Warfighting Development 
Center at Fallon Naval Air Station, Nevada. 
166031 T-6A Texan II MSN PN-22. As T-6B active in January 2017 
with the USN Test Pilots School, NAS Patuxent 
River, Maryland. 
166045 T-6A Texan II MSN PN-36. As T-6B active in March 2016 
with TAW-4 at NAS Corpus Christi, Texas. 
166053 T-6A Texan II MSN PN-44. As T-6B active in January 2017 
with the USN Test Pilots School, NAS Patuxent 
River, Maryland. 
168024 MV-22B Osprey MSN D0154. Active in October 2012 coded as 
YX-12 with VMM-16 aboard USS Makin 
Island (LHD 8). 
168880 F/A-18E Super Hornet MSN E257. Active in February 2017 with 
VFA-113 coded NA-303. 
169091 AH-1Z Viper MSN 59232. Active in June 2018 as UV-42 at 
MCAS Camp Pendleton, California with 
HMLA-267. 
169092 AH-1Z Viper MSN 59233. Active in June 2018 as UV-43 at 
MCAS Camp Pendleton, California with 
HMLA-267. 
169094 AH-1Z Viper MSN 59235. Active in June 2018 as UV-45 at 
MCAS Camp Pendleton, California with 
HMLA-267. 
169095 AH-1Z Viper MSN 59236. Active in August 2018 as UV-46 at 
MCAS Camp Pendleton, California with 
HMLA-267. 
127773: Used by VP-775 at NAS Los Alamitos as 7L/202 on 07.60. TOC 08.66 by Argentine Navy as 0541/2-P-101. Last fllight on 03.13.77. SOC and used for spares. Broken up by 11.81. WFU 1978. Scrapped by 11.81

131523: To MASDC by 04.71. Acquired by Argentine Navy by 1972. TOC 07.72 as 0683/2-P-105. WFU 1977. Scrapped by 11.81

131532: Used by VP-4 (Barber's Point NAS), VP-17 and VP-26. Seen at NAS Alameda as 6G/203 on 06.69. Transferred to MASDC by 03.13.71.Acquired by Argentine Navy by 1971, TOC 09.72 as 0682/2-P-104. WFU 1978. Scrapped by 11.81

131535: Used by VP-22 and VP-26. Operated between 08.66 and 12.66 as 131535/7R211 from New York NAS. Transfered to MASDC by 05.08.69. Acquired by Argentine Navy on 1969 as 0644/2-P-103. TOC on 05.70. Crashed 09.15.76 against elevations at Livingston Island (South Shetland Islands). All on board were killed (11)

148348: Inspected by Argentine Navy at Memphis NAS on 04.77 and formally acquired by 07.77. Wrong coded 0709/2-P-114, was later changed by 0718/2-P-114. Sent to Pinal Air Park (Arizona) for maintenance and finally flew to Argentina by 12.77. WFU by 12.79. Used for spares. SOC 05.81.  Broken Up by 1983 at Base Aeronaval Punta Indio.

148349: Inspected by Argentine Navy at Memphis NAS on 04.77 and formally acquired by 07.77. Coded 0706/2-P-110. Arrived to Argentina on August 04, 1977. WFU on 03.78 for overhaul, not completed. Used for spares. Broken Up by 1983 at Base Aeronaval Punta Indio 

148361: Inspected by Argentine Navy at Memphis NAS on 04.77 and formally acquired by 07.77. Coded 0707/2-P-111. Arrived to Argentina on August 04, 1977. WFU on 07.82. Last flight by 07.28.82 recording TFT 9530 hs. Derelict at Base Aeronaval Com. Espora until 1987 when some parts were used to rebuilt 2-P-112. Broken Up by 1988 and sold as scrap.

150280: Inspected by Argentine Navy at Memphis NAS on 04.77 and formally acquired by 07.77. Coded 0708/2-P-112.  Sent to Pinal Air Park (Arizona) for maintenance and finally flew to Argentina by 12.77. WFU on 07.82. Last flight by 08.30.82 recording TFT 8416 hs. Derelict at Base Aeronaval Com. Espora until 1987 when she was recovered for preservation with later named "Museo de la Aviación Naval" at Comandante Espora NAS.  
02979/02980	Schweizer LNS-1
Schweizer Aircraft Corporation Model SGS 2-8 two seat training glider. 
The US Navy ordered twelve LNS-1 aircraft for a 1942-43 Marine Corps glider training program at Marine Corps Air Depot, Parris Island, South Carolina. Used for primary flight training, aerobatics and formation flying by Glider Group 71, some of the LNS-1s were later seconded to the US Navy Glomb program for expendable radio-controlled bomber drone experiments. 

04380/04389	Schweizer LNS-1
Schweizer Aircraft Corporation Model SGS 2-8 two seat training glider. 
The US Navy ordered twelve LNS-1 aircraft for a 1942-43 Marine Corps glider training program at Marine Corps Air Depot, Parris Island, South Carolina. Used for primary flight training, aerobatics and formation flying by Glider Group 71, some of the LNS-1s were later seconded to the US Navy Glomb program for expendable radio-controlled bomber drone experiments. 
				
04383 	Glider Group 71, MCAD Parris Island, South Carolina. National Museum of the Marine Corps, Triangle, VA. On loan to the Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum / Air Zoo Aerospace & Science Museum, Portage, MI.
04384 	(MSN 27) 	Accepted by US Navy 13Jan42. Glider Group 71, MCAD Parris Island, South Carolina 18Apr42. MCAD Eagle Mountain Lake, Texas 18Jun43. SOC 30Sep44. Registered as N19V; cancelled 21Dec70. Registered as N53275; cancelled 19Jul13. Long-term loan from Robert Storck of Kansas City, Missouri to the National Warplane Museum, Genesco, NY 1991. Displayed at Wings of Eagles Discovery Center, Elmira, Horseheads, NY. On loan to the National Soaring Museum, Elmira, Horseheads, NY.
04385	Glider Group 71, MCAD Parris Island, South Carolina. Displayed at National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL.

26426 		Schweizer LNS-1
Schweizer Aircraft Corporation Model SGS 2-8 two seat training glider. Cancelled contract.

31505/31506	Pratt-Read XLNE-1
Gould Aeronautical Division of the Pratt-Read Piano Company of Deep River, Connecticut PR-G1 side-by-side primary glider trainer.

31507/31585	Pratt-Read LNE-1
Gould Aeronautical Division of the Pratt-Read Piano Company of Deep River, Connecticut PR-G1 side-by-side primary glider trainer.

31586/31635		Snead LRH-1
Snead & Company Model LRH prototype amphibious transport glider. Production contract cancelled.

33715/33814		Bristol LRQ-1 
Bristol Aeronautical Corporation Model LRQ prototype amphibious transport glider. Production contract cancelled.

36422/36424	Aeronca XLNR-1
Aeronca (Aeronautical Corporation of America) TG-5 three place training glider version of the Aeronca L-3. Transferred from USAAF.

36422	Previously 42-57457. 
36423	Previously 42-57461. 
36424	Previously 42-57462. 

36425/36427	Piper XLNP-1 
Piper TG-8-PIs training glider transferred from the USAAF for evaluation by the US Marine Corps glider program.

36431/36432	Naval Aircraft Factory XLRN-1 
Eighty seat transport glider. The glider was found to lack stability and further development was cancelled before a free flight was made.

36431	First towed behind a PBY-5 on 24Oct44. Development was cancelled before a free flight was made.
36432	Cancelled.

37639/37648	Waco LRW-1 
Waco Aircraft Company model NZR troop glider. USAAF CG-4A transferred for testing by US Marine Corps at MCAS Eagle Mountain Lake, Texas.

37639	Previously 42-61938. WFU May43. 
37640	Previously 42-61939. WFU May43.
37641	Previously 42-61943. WFU May43.
37642	Previously 42-61945. WFU May43.
37643	Previously 42-61946. WFU May43.
37644	Previously 42-61947. WFU May43.
37645	Previously 42-61950. WFU May43.
37646	Previously 42-61951. WFU May43.
37647	Previously 42-61952. WFU May43.
37648	Previously 42-61953. WFU May43.

44319		Waco LRW-1 
Waco Aircraft Company model NZR troop glider. USAAF CG-4A transferred for testing by US Marine Corps at MCAS Eagle Mountain Lake, Texas. WFU May43.

69990/69991 	Waco LRW-1
Waco Aircraft Company model NZR troop glider. USAAF CG-4A transferred for testing by US Marine Corps at MCAS Eagle Mountain Lake, Texas.

69990	Previously 42-52784. WFU May43.
69991	Previously 42-52785. WFU May43.

85094/85095	Waco XLR2W-1 
Waco Aircraft Company model NEU troop glider. For testing by US Marine Corps.

85165/85264	Piper LBP-1 
Piper Aircraft Glider-Bomb ‘Glomb’ to carry 4,000lb of explosive. Contract reduced to 35 aircraft early 1945 and cancelled entirely Jun45.
		
85165	(MSN 1)	damaged during tests at Fort Dix Apr 18, 1945
85166	(MSN 2)	tested at Fort Dix 1945.
85167 	(MSN 3)	not delivered.
85168/85264		(MSN 4/100) cancelled, not built.

85265/85289	Taylorcraft LBT-1
Taylorcraft Glider-Bomb ‘Glomb’ to carry 2,000lb of explosive. Contract reduced and then cancelled entirely.

85265 		Delivered as XLBT-1. First flight Apr44.
85266/85289		Constructed, but none saw any operational service.

85290/85292	Pratt-Read XLBE-1
Naval Aircraft Factory design for a Glider-Bomb ‘Glomb’ to carry 4,000lb of explosive. In September 1943, a contract for production of this Glomb design was awarded to the Gould Aeronautical Division of the Pratt-Read Piano Company of Deep River, Connecticut.

85293/85389	Pratt-Read LBE-1
Naval Aircraft Factory design for a Glider-Bomb ‘Glomb’ to carry 4,000lb of explosive. In September 1943, a contract for production of this Glomb design was awarded to the Gould Aeronautical Division of the Pratt-Read Piano Company of Deep River, Connecticut. Contract reduced to 35 aircraft early 1945 and cancelled entirely Aug45.
143867 	(MSN 58461) 		HS-6 Indians; code UB-16. HS-8 Eightballers; code VB-11. HS-6 Indians, USS Kearsage (CVS-33), 1959; code UB-16. SOC at Naval Air Rework Facility (NARF), Pensacola, FL June 2, 1969.

143961 	(MSN 58457)		HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam Aug67 to Nov67; code YL-40, later YL-10. Accident in Gulf of Tonkin May 13, 1968; written off aboard USS Princeton (LPH-5).

143965 	(MSN 58464)		HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam Feb69. Mid-air collision with UH-34D 150212 over Marble Mountain Air Facility, Da Nang, Vietnam 4Feb69 [4KIA].

143968 	(MSN 58467)		HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam Feb67; code YL-42. Shot down at Dong Ha, South Vietnam February 26, 1967. The helicopter was one of a flight of three UH-34D's on a troop insertion mission. Bad weather and low ceiling required very low flying conditions  at just above tree top level. The first enemy round pierced the front windscreen, hitting the co-pilot in the face, killing him instantly. The pilot was subsequently wounded in his leg, but was able to set the helicopter down without further injury to crew members or six Marine infantrymen in the cargo bay of the plane [1KIA:1WIA].

143972 	(MSN 58484) 		HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam. Registered 17Jul74 as N90480; cancelled 15Jun17.

143981 	(MSN 58514)		HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam Aug67. South Vietnam Air Force as 143981.

144631 	(MSN 58518)		HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam Mar69 to Aug69. SOC at Naval Air Rework Facility (NARF), Pensacola, FL August 14, 1972.

144634 	(MSN 58524)		HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam Nov67 to Aug69; coded YL-46, later as YL-16. SOC at Naval Air Rework Facility (NARF), Pensacola, FL July 6, 1972. Modified to S-58DT by Chicago Helicopter Airways. Registered 25Aug75 as N69CH as a S-58DT with MSN CH58-524 to Chevron Oil, New Orleans, LA. Destroyed 18Jul80 at Morgan City, LA when the main rotor blades failed and separated in flight. The helicopter crashed into the Gulf of Mexico. Registration cancelled 31Jul80.

144638 	(MSN 58538)		HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1961-62. Bailed to Air America 1964 as H-28. Royal Lao Air Force 20Feb66 as 144638.

144645 	(MSN 58573)		HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-80, later as YZ-20. Crashed 8Jun68 South Vietnam with suspected tail rotor failure, the aircraft caught fire, burned and was a total loss.

144654 	(MSN 58612)		HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-02. Crashed into the South China Sea, Vietnam 26Mar68 [7KIA]. The aircraft was flying low level in poor visibility on a medevac mission to Da Nang when it impacted the water about 10 or 15 miles north on Monkey Mountain and about 1 mile off the coast.

145737 	(MSN 58786)		HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1961-62. Substantially damaged, South Vietnam January 3, 1964; SOC.

145743 	(MSN 58811)		HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1961-62. HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam Aug68. South Vietnam Air Force as 145743.
145744 	(MSN 58812)		Delivered to US Marine Corps 7Mar58. HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1961-62. South Vietnam Air Force 17Jun64 as 145744. Written off May 11, 1970.

145748 	(MSN 58839)		HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1961-62; coded YL-75. Destroyed in Southeast Asia June 13, 1964.

145750 	(MSN 58841)		HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1961-62. South Vietnam Air Force as 145750. Returned to US Navy. MASDC as HD0022 29Sep69. SOC 4Apr72. Registered as N584HS; expired 30Sep11, cancelled 8Jul13.
145751 	(MSN 58849)		HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1961-62; code YL-51. Destroyed in Southeast Asia April 28, 1964.
145752 	(MSN 58850D)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1961-62. South Vietnam Air Force as 145752. Returned to US Navy. MASDC as HD0040 13Oct69. SOC 4Apr72. Registered as N3260A; cancelled 21Mar13. Reported at paintball range Corona, CA, 2005. Reported preserved at Albers Dairy Equipment, Chino, CA.

145754 	(MSN 58852)		HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1961-62.

145756 	(MSN 58863)		HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1961-62. South Vietnam Air Force as 145756. Written off September 29, 1964.

145761 	(MSN 58873)		HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam. Registered 10Mar81 as N4215N; cancelled 7Jun13.

145764 	(MSN 58889)		HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1961-62.

145765 	(MSN 58890)		HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1961-62.

145767 	(MSN 58892)		HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1961-62. South Vietnam Air Force as 145767. Written June 1, 1967.

145779 	(MSN 58935)		HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam. HMM-361 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YN-2. HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-75. Accident 26Oct67. MASDC as 3H0164 1970. JH Helicopter Service, Sunsites, AZ.

145782 	(MSN 58950) 		HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1961-62. South Vietnam Air Force as 145782. Indonesian Air Force as H-3407; 6 Squadron.

145790 	(MSN 58975) 		HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1961-62. Written off in Vietnam October 6, 1962 [2KIA]. 

145793 	(MSN 58995)		HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam Sep68. Severely damaged September 27, 1968. SOC November 16, 1968.

145802 	(MSN 581033)	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-83. Shot down by emeny fire during Operation Texas in Vietnam 21Mar66 [10KIA]. Thirty UH-34D's from HMM-261, HMM-363, and HMM-364 escorted by four armed UH-1E's of VMO-6 lifted two companies plus a command group (405 troops) of 3rd Battalion, 1st Marines from Ky Ha Air Facility to an unsecure LZ in Vietnam. Automatic weapons and .50 caliber fire was received from numerous areas in close proximity to the LZ. This aircraft was hit by a severe burst of fire as it approached the LZ, rolled inverted and crashed. Three crew members and seven troops were killed upon impact. The aircraft exploded and burned upon impact with the ground. The pilot was thrown clear but subsequently died.

145805 	(MSN 581037)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1961-62.

145810 	(MSN 581048) 	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1961-62; coded YL-91. 217th Helicopter Squadron, South Vietnam Air Force 17Jul64; coded JF. MASDC as HD0031 October 13, 1969. Declared excess 4Apr72. DMI Aviation, Tucson [noted 28Aug00]. Stored with USMC Shufly Helicopter Flight Association, Keenesburg, Colorado [noted Apr14]. USMC Shufly Helicopter Flight Association is a non-profit organization formed to restore a US Marine Corps Sikorsky H-34 helicopter flown in Operation Shufly during the Vietnam War. Operation Shufly was the first major deployment of the Marine Corps into Vietnam, and the beginning of the Corps' operational involvement in Southeast Asia.
145811 	(MSN 581051) 	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1961-62. Written off July 16, 1963, Southeast Asia.
145812 	(MSN 581052) 	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1961-62. Bailed to Air America 1964 as H-29. Royal Lao Air Force 1967-68 as 145812. Written off 16Jan69 in Laos.

147139 	(MSN 61003) 		Delivered to US Navy as YHSS-2. Converted to RH-3A for mine countermeasures mission. HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-30. Written off January 8, 1972. 

147144 	(MSN 61008) 		Delivered to US Navy as YHSS-2. Converted to RH-3A for mine countermeasures mission. HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-32. Written off September 21, 1971.

147148 	(MSN 581058)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Jul67 to Jun68].

147150 	(MSN 581060) 	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-163. Written off April 26, 1968, Da Nang, Vietnam. The aircraft had picked up a passenger at Quang Tri. The crash was at night at the loading docks of the USN Support Activity (YD 33-69) at the mouth of the Cua Viet River approx 15 miles N of Quang Tri. Helicopter collided with a piece of ground equipment at night (unlighted for security reasons) - ground equipment type unknown but thought to be forklift or ground crane.

147158 	(MSN 581074) 	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Jun68 to Aug68]. Marine Air Reserve Training Detachment (MARTD), NAS Alameda, CA. MASDC 2Dec69. Registered as N64353 14Jan74; cancelled 12Nov14.

147162 	(MSN 581078)	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam. SOC January 25, 1972, NARF Norfolk, VA.

147164 	(MSN 581080) 	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Jul67]. Battle damaged July 21, 1967 and written off August 4, 1967.

147168 	(MSN 581084) 	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Jul67]. Damaged March 22, 1968 and written off May 31, 1968.

147180 	(MSN 581136) 	HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Nov65] ; code YL-36. Written off November 22, 1965 Quang Tin Province, Vietnam [4MIA]. An emergency lift was made by HMM-362 to relieve the ARVN outpost at Thach Tru, south of Quang Ngai. The mission was successfully completed in very poor weather conditions which apparently caused the loss of YL-36, last seen in IFR conditions in a climbing turn at night over the sea, northeast of Quang Ngai. No sign of the aircraft or crew has been found, and it is assumed that it crashed at sea with the loss of all hands.

147183 	(MSN 581139)	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam. Registered 24Jul75 as N5405 to the Wayne Community College, Goldsboro, NC; cancelled 5May99.

147187 	(MSN 581148) 	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Jul67 to Oct69]; coded YL-52. Registered as N90936 3Aug76; Carson Helicopters, Perkasie, PA; cancelled 17May13

147189 	(MSN 581149)	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-72.
147190 	(MSN 581151)	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-72. On 12May67 the aircraft took a direct hit by a rocket shortly after lifting from a landing zone at Con Thien, South Vietnam. The aircraft crashed and burned [2KIA:2WIA].
147192 	(MSN 581152)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam. HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-85. Pacific Missile Range Facility (PMRF), Barking Sands, Hawaii.  SOC April 10, 1973. Honolulu Community College, noted September 1980.

147198 	(MSN 581162) 	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Mar69 to Aug69]. SOC March 2, 1972 NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii. Registered as N64402 to O’ahu Civil Defense Agency, Honolulu, HI, 18Apr73; cancelled 26Apr74.
147199 	(MSN 581163) 	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Mar69 to Aug69]. SOC January 17, 1972 NARF Alameda, CA.
147200 	(MSN 581164) 	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Mar69 to Aug69]. Pacific Missile Range Facility (PMRF), Barking Sands, Hawaii. SOC June 30, 1973. Registered as N90544; sale reported 14Jan77, cancelled 16Mar76.

148034 	(MSN 61012) 		HC-7 Seadevils. Converted to SH-3G. Written off July 22, 1974.

148036  	(MSN 61014)		HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-72. Registered as N5193J 29Apr97; Siller Helicopters, Yuba City, CA; current [Jul18].

148040 	(MSN 61018) 		HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-31. Converted to RH-3A minesweeper.

148049 	(MSN 61027) 		HC-7 Seadevils. Converted to SH-3H, then to UH-3H. SOC November 29, 2006.

148056 	(MSN 581169)	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-66. Crashed and destroyed after a mid-air collision at night with UH-1E, BuNo 152426, of VMO-2 near Da Nang, Vietnam 2Sep67 [4KIA]. The H-34 was below and behind the UH-1 when the rotor blades struck the skids. The H-34 fell into a rice paddy near "Charley Med" just west of the Da Nang airfield complex. The crew of the UH-1 was not hurt and landed safely.

148058 		(MSN 581171)	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-62. Damaged by emeny small arms fire rescuing a patrol of Korean Marines pinned down in a rice paddy south of Da Nang, Vietnam 8Nov67 [1KIA]. Shot down by NVA during an emergency medevac mission, crashed on a sand bar and burned out 21Dec67, South Vietnam [crew rescued].

148065 	(MSN 581179)	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-86. Crashed 4Feb66 in vicinity of KyHa Quang Tin Province, Republic of Vietnam [1KIA].

148067 	(MSN 581181) 	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Jun68 to Aug69]. SOC July 21, 1970, NAS South Weymouth, MA.
148068 	(MSN 581182)	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam.
148069 	(MSN 581183)	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam. SOC March 10, 1972, NARF Pensacola, FL.
148070 	(MSN 581184) 	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Jun68]. HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam. Written off July 1, 1968, MCAS New River, NC.

148075 	(MSN 581189)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Jun67 to Aug69].

148077 	(MSN 581191)	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-66. Crashed and destroyed Vietnam 25Jun67 [1KIA:1WIA]. While approaching the fuel pits at Dong Ha after completing a night medevac mission, lost control due to mechanical difficulties, struck the ground in a nose down attitude and over-turned. The helicopter immediately burst into flames. The pilot and copilot escaped quickly with minor scratches and bruises. The pilot returned to the flaming wreckage to help rescue the disabled gunner. The crew chief apparently was unconscious and died in the inaccessible interior of the burning aircraft.

148081 	(MSN 581195) 	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Mar69 to Aug69]. HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam. SOC February 6, 1972.

148085 	(MSN 581199) 	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Mar69 to Aug69]; coded YL-31. HMM-764, Marine Air Reserve Training Detachment (MARTD), NAS Los Alamitos, CA. MASDC 1Apr70. Departed to Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ. Registered as N4216A to Orlando Helicopter Airways 10Mar81; cancelled 28Oct13.

148090 	(MSN 581204)	H&MS-16; code WW-7. HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-78. South Vietnam Air Force as 148090.  Written off September 4, 1965.
148091 	(MSN 581205)	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-60, later as YZ-17. SOC January 31, 1972, NARF Alameda, CA.

148094 	(MSN 581208)	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-84. MASDC as 3H-0238 November 24, 1970.

148097 	(MSN 581211) 	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Jun67 to Aug67]. SOC January 24, 1972 NARF Alameda, CA.
148098 	(MSN 581212) 	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Mar68 to Aug69]. Written off Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam April 24, 1970.

148102 	(MSN 581216) 	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Oct67 to Aug69]. SOC October 18, 1972 at Pacific Missile Range Facility (PMRF), Barking Sands, Hawaii.

148104 	(MSN 581223)	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-74. On 29May67 the aircraft crashed while landing and rolled over on its side in Vietnam. It was recovered by CH-53 and returned to service. SOC June 8, 1971 NARF Alameda, CA.

148113 	(MSN 581243) 	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Jul67 to Oct67]. Pacific Missile Range Facility (PMRF), Barking Sands, Hawaii. Received at NARF North Island, San Diego, CA as a UH-34D on 13Jul70. Bailed to Air America 18Nov70 as XW-PHE; arrived Udorn, Thailand 13Dec70. Conversion to S-58T completed 24Jun71. Returned to USMC 1974 after removing the Air America-owned S-58T kit and engines. SOC 1May74; deactivated 31May74. 

148116 	(MSN 581253) 	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Jun68 to Sep68]. HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam. MASDC as 3H0202 February 25, 1972.

148118 	(MSN 581262)	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-68. SOC April 13, 1972, NAS North Island, San Diego, CA.

148120 	(MSN 581264)	HMM-261; code EM-9. HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-61. SOC May 1, 1972 NARF Quonset Point, Rhode Island.

148757 	(MSN 581293) 	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1961-62; code YL-84. South Vietnam Air Force as 145782.

148763 	(MSN 581306)	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-77. On 14May67 the aircraft was shot down in Vietnam; it was not recovered.
148764 	(MSN 581315)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam; code YL-44. HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-08. MASDC as 3H0212 May 31, 1973. Preserved at Marine Corps Air-Ground Museum, Greater Southwest Air Museum, Fort Worth JRB, TX.

148766 	(MSN 581317)	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-81. MASDC December 12, 1970; renumbered 3H0219. Jacks Government Surplus Storage Site, Tucson, AZ; for sale December 2010.

148773 	(MSN 581328) 	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. Registered as N6302; sale reported Puerto Rico 21Feb81; cancelled 4Oct12.

148777 	(MSN 581332)	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam. Registered as N90561 to Midwest Helicopter Airways; cancelled 9Jul13. Damaged 6Jul83 when hard landed after failure of the tail rotor drive shaft coupling.

148779 	(MSN 581347) 	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1961-62. Written off October 27, 1965 in Southeast Asia.

148781 	(MSN 581350) 	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1961-62. Written off October 8, 1963 in Southeast Asia [4KIA].

148783 	(MSN 581356) 	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Jun67 to Sep68]; code YL-37, later as YL-7. MASDC September 12, 1971, later renumbered 3H0234. Transferred to USAF 13Jul71. Transferred to US Navy 6Jun73. Registered as N855BA; current [Jul18].

148785 	(MSN 581360)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [1966-67]; code YL-41. HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-76. The pilot of YZ-76 radioed that he had lost his engine and was ditching in the water off Chu Lai, Vietnam 11Jan67 [10KIA]. The aircraft hit the water at the surf line; due to heavy seas and surf it sank less than a hundred yards from shore. There were no survivors to be found on the surface. YZ-76 went down with a crew of four, and six Marine troops on board.
148786 	(MSN 581361) 	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam [1965-69]. MASDC as 3H0205 March 31, 1972.

148788 	(MSN 581367). HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Mar69 to Aug69]. Registered as N64777; cancelled 30Apr13.

148791 	(MSN 581371) 	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965. Written off June 6, 1965, Vietnam [4KIA].
148792 	(MSN 581372) 	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Jun67 to Mar68]; code YL-49, later as YL-19. Written off March 31, 1968 Vietnam [2KIA]. The aircraft was one of a pair on a night medevac mission southeast of Phu Bai in extremely low visibility with a low ceiling. The aircraft suddenly went inadvertent IFR. Fearing a mid-air collision, the pilot broke left away from the lead and attempted a climbing left turn (mountains were ahead) out toward the coast and a return to Phu Bai via GCA or TACAN approach. The aircraft hit the mountain and exploded. 

148794 	(MSN 581378) 	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Mar69 to Aug69]. Registered as N64781; cancelled 30Apr13.

148797 	(MSN 581382) 	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Nov68]. Written off October 14, 1971.

148802 	(MSN 581387) 	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Oct68]. Written off October 11, 1968 in a mid-air collision with CH-46A 151917 at Hill 52 north of Song Vu Gia River, Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam [5KIA]. The CH-46 took off and began climbing out in a steep ascent with its nose pointing south toward An Hoa. It was a clear, sunny day with a few scattered clouds high in the sky. At about 800-1,000 feet, the CH-46 came up underneath UH-34 #148802 which was flying overhead on a similar heading. It appeared that each helicopter was in the others blind spot and that no visual contact had been made between them. They chewed off each others rotor blades. An orange fireball and black smoke erupted from the rear of the CH-46. There was a series of quick clacking sounds and a muffled explosion as the blade parts were sent flying in every direction overhead. The two aircraft, momentarily, just hung there. Then the CH-46, its aft end burning and smoking, began tumbling end over end toward the ground. The UH-34 simply nosed over, the weight of the big radial engine in its nose causing it to plunge straight down like a dart. The aircraft impacted on a sandbar which extended out into the Vu Gia river. The UH-34 hit first, sending up a towering eruption of bellowing fire, white smoke, and streaking shards of red flame. The CH-46 quickly followed, close by, on the same stretch of sand. The aft section, with the engines, split away from the forward half of the aircraft and was a burning heap. Black greasy smoke plumed high into the sky. The forward section did not catch fire. The UH-34 was burning white hot; so intense that it was impossible to get near it. Within a few hours the wreckage was reduced to a surprisingly small mound of gray ashes, making the retrieval or identification of human remains virtually impossible. 

148809 	(MSN 581396) 	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Sep67 to Oct68]. Registered as N2253A; cancelled 9Nov00. Destroyed 25May00 at Buhl, Idaho. The helicopter, registered to and operated by Thomas Helicopters, collided with power wires near Buhl, Idaho. The aircraft was destroyed by a post-crash fire. The flight originated from a staging area about five minutes prior to the accident. In a written statement, the pilot reported that he had just taken off from the staging area with 320 gallons of a diluted water mixture that contained 6.25 gallons of a concentrate mixture of Di-Syston 8. The pilot was flying the same flight path to the field as the flight before. This was about the sixth load of the day. The pilot reported that along this flight path, he had to fly over some television and radio antennas, and two sets of power lines. The power lines were the last obstacles along the flight path. The pilot reported that prior to crossing the power lines, he was distracted by a radio call from another pilot. The pilot looked down at a map to verify a field location, and when he looked back up, he did not see anything unusual. The helicopter then collided with the power lines that were the last known obstacles along the flight path. The power lines were approximately 75-100 feet above ground level. After the collision, the helicopter pitched nearly straight up, leveled slightly, then fell to the ground in a tail low attitude. A post-crash fire consumed the helicopter. 
148810 	(MSN 581397) 	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Jun67 to Nov67]; code YL-42. Written off November 30, 1967, Vietham [4KIA]. On 22 November 1968 the wreckage of a UH-34D was found 16 miles east of Phu Bai by the 1st ARVN Division, 154th Regiment. The wreckage was identified as an HMM-362 aircraft missing since 30 November 1967. The remains of 4 crewmen were found and removed to the mortuary at Da Nang.
148811 	(MSN 581398) 	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Sep68 to Oct68]. MCAS Yuma, AZ. Received at NARF Alameda, CA as a UH-34D on 3Sep70. Bailed to Air America 18Nov70 as XW-PHA; arrived Udorn, Thailand 13Dec70. Conversion to S-58T completed 17Mar71. Returned to USMC 1974 after removing the Air America-owned S-58T kit and engines. SOC 1May74; deactivated 31May74.

148814 	(MSN 581401)	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-70, later as YZ-10. MASDC as 3H0215 November 11, 1971.
148815 	(MSN 581402) 	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Jun67 to Jun68]. Registered as N90939; expired 30Sep13; cancelled 29Jan18.
148816 	(MSN 581403)	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-15. MASDC September 13, 1971; renumbered 3H0213 May 31, 1973. Registered as N269BV; expired 23Mar91, cancelled 26Sep13.

148821 	(MSN 581410) 	HC-7 Seadevils. Code VH-62. MASDC November 23, 1970. Transferred to USAF 7Apr71. Renumbered 3H0232 May 31, 1973. Transferred to US Navy 6Jun73. Registered as N3880J 27Sep84; cancelled 19Mar13.

148961 	(MSN 581364)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Dec67].

148964 	(MSN 61036) 		HC-7 Seadevils. Converted to SH-3H.

148966 	(MSN 61038) 		HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-66. Converted to SH-3H. AMARC as 9H0087 November 21, 1994. Departed 8May98 to Western International, Tucson, AZ. Registered as N104BS. Reregistered 11Feb03 as N611CK; current [Jul18]. On September 1, 2012, the helicopter struck a tree while conducting firefighting operations. The pilot flying was in the left seat, and the senior pilot was in the right seat. The pilot completed numerous water drops on the fire during a 2-hour period. The helicopter was making its second drop in an area of steep terrain, which was about 1,000 feet lower in elevation than the lake the pilots were using for a water source. Due to the smoke, the visibility was about 1/2 mile. All five main rotor blades made contact with a snag (typically the remnants of a tree such as the trunk and/or main branches without most of its foliage), and were substantially damaged; the operator pointed out that the snag was similar in color to the smoke. The senior pilot took control of the helicopter, climbed, and made an uneventful landing near the fill point. On August 4, 2015, the helicopter struck a tree while conducting firefighting operations. The aircraft descended into a confined area to pick up water with its snorkel. None of the pilots on board had seen the tree in their final approach . The rotor blades struck the tree at the 5 o’clock position. The pilots felt a shutter and recognized they had hit a tree. They aborted the approach to the water and found a place to land safely away for the fire. There were no injuries reported by the pilots.

148969 	(MSN 61041)		HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Oct68]. HC-7 Seadevils. Converted to SH-3H. HC-1, NAS Norfolk, VA. AMARC as 9H0075 April 15, 1994. Departed 1Feb11 to Department of State, Patrick AFB, FL. Registered 8Dec10 as N969WL to Department of State; current [Jul18].

148971 	(MSN 61043)		HC-7 Seadevils. Converted to SH-3G then to SH-3H.  SOC October 17, 2005.

148976 	(MSN 61048)		Modified to SH-3H. HS-6 Indians 1981. Written off October 19, 1985.

148981 	(MSN 61053)		HS-6 Indians. HC-7 Seadevils. Converted to SH-3H then to UH-3H. MASDC as 9H0049 December 1, 1993.

148983 	(MSN 61055)		HC-7 Seadevils. Converted to SH-3H. MASDC as 9H0080 August 18, 1994.

148987 	(MSN 61061)		HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-77. Written off April 27, 1987.

148992 	(MSN 61066)		HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-72. Converted to SH-3H. Written off March 16, 1981.

149002 	(MSN 61076)		HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-46. Converted to SH-3G. Crashed 29Dec71 at John Hay AFB, Baguio, Luzon, Philippines; rolled over after heavy landing. SOC 29Dec71.	

149010 	(MSN 61084)		HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-42. Converted to SH-3G then to SH-3H. HS-1, NAS Jacksonville, FL. AMARC as 9H0078 August 15, 1994. Departed 24May10. FMS sale to Spain.

149024 	(MSN 28)	HC-7 Seadevils. HSL-94, Willow Grove JRB, PA. AMARC as 8H0043 19Aug93. Departed 11Mar98 to Kaman, Bloomfield, CT. Royal Australian Navy as N29-149024. Following cancellation of contract March 20, 2008 is to be returned to Kaman.

149028	(MSN 30) 	HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-72. Gear Up landing Thailand.

149030 	(MSN 34)	HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-72. Modified to HH-2D. HSL-32, NAS Norfolk, VA. AMARC as 8H0042 July 20, 1993. Departed 14Nov97 to Kaman, Bloomfield, CT. New Zealand as NZ3441.

149036 	(MSN 40)	HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-8. HSL-30, NAS Norfolk, VA. AMARC as 8H0010 June 11, 1992.

149325 	(MSN 581422)	HMM-261; code EM-16. HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-64. Shot down by NVA small arms fire, crashed and destroyed Vietnam 26Oct67 [2KIA:2WIA].
149326 	(MSN 581423)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Aug68 to Aug69]. MASDC as 3H0189 1972. Registered 13Mar81 as N4216P to Orlando Helicopter Airways. Registered 15Sep07 as N16YL; current [Jul18].

149328 	(MSN 581425)	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-67, later as YZ-07. Registered 10Mar81 as N42163 expired 23May94, cancelled 7Jun13.
149329 	(MSN 581426)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Oct68 to Nov68]; code YL-31, later as YL-1. Written off November 17, 1968, Quang Nam province, Vietnam [1KIA]. Shot at, caught fire and landed in a paddy field engulfed in flames.

149331 	(MSN 581428)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Nov67 to Apr68]. HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam. Registration N4217A assigned 31Jan81; not taken up, cancelled 30Apr11.

149334 	(MSN 581433)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Aug68 to Oct68]; code YL-18.

149337 	(MSN 581436)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam. HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-85. On 10Dec67 the aircraft crashed in South Vietnam; it was necessary to destroy the aircraft.
149338 	(MSN 581437)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Oct68]. Written off December 15, 1969.
149339 	(MSN 581438)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Jul67 to Aug69]. Registered 16Apr74 as N66CH to Chicago Helicopters; cancelled on export to South Africa 14Jul75. South Africa as ZS-HCX. Ditched at sea off Capetown, South Africa April 9, 1977.

149352 	(MSN 581452)	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam. MASDC December 15, 1970, renumbered 3H0226 May 31, 1973.

149355 	(MSN 581455)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Mar69 to Aug69]. SOC October 18, 1973 NAS North Island, San Diego, CA.

149362 	(MSN 581464)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Mar68 to Aug68]. Modified by Carson Helicopters as S-58D. Registered as N6303. Fuerza Aérea Argentina / Argentina Air Force 1975 as H-01. Helicopteros Marinos SA. Registered 1979 as LV-OCN. Registered 15May85 as N901CH to Construction Helicopters. Registered 11Apr11 as S-58T. Registered 25May12 as N942BW as S-58HT; cancelled 11Jan16 on export to Republic of Korea.

149366 	(MSN 581468)	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-81. Hit by small arms fire and destroyed 8Sep67.

149371 	(MSN 581473)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Feb68 to Aug69]. MASDC as 3H0208 May 21, 1972.

149375 	(MSN 581477)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Mar69 to Aug69]. SOC Jan 27, 1972 NARF Alameda, CA.
149376 	(MSN 581478)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Oct66 to Aug69]. 	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-89, later as YZ-18. SOC May 22, 1972 NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii.

149381 	(MSN 581483)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam [1965-6Feb66]; code YL-35. Written off February 21, 1966 in Southeast Asia.
149382 	(MSN 581484)	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-79, later as YZ-19. Written off August 28, 1968 Phu Bai, Vietnam.
149383 	(MSN 581485)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Aug67 to Jan68]. HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam. SOC February 22, 1972 NARF Pensacola, FL.

149388 	(MSN 581490)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Jun67].

149396 	(MSN 581499)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Mar69 to Aug69]. SOC March 13, 1972.

149399 	(MSN 581506)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [May68 to Aug69]. SOC March 9, 1972 NARF Norfolk, VA.
149400 	(MSN 581507)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. Written off January 29, 1967, Ky Ha, Vietnam.

149402 	(MSN 581509)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Sep67 to Aug69]. 	SOC January 14, 1972 NAS Agana, Barrigada, Guam.

149682 	(MSN 61091)		HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-70. Converted to HH-3A. AMARC as 9H016 May 16, 1990. Departed 4May11 to Carson Helicopters. Registered 2Sep11 as N454VA; expired 30Sep14; cancelled 4Jan18.
149683 	(MSN 61092)		HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-48. HC-7 Detachment, NAS China Lake, CA. HS-75, NAS Lakehurst, NJ. Converted to SH-3G. MASDC as 9H005 May 3, 1977. Departed 20Nov79 to NARF Pensacola, FL. Returned to service.

149688 	(MSN 61099)		HC-7 Seadevils.Converted to SH-3G. AMARC as 9H035 July 20, 1992. Departed 31Jan06 to March Field Air Museum, CA. Used as spares for restoration of Sikorsky VH-3A BuNo 150617.

149696 	(MSN 61110)		HS-6 Indians. HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-40. Converted to SH-3G. Written off September 13, 1981.

149698 	(MSN 61112)		HS-6 Indians. HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-75. Converted to SH-3G.

149700 		(MSN 61115)		HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-38. Converted to SH-3G. Crashed into Correct Harbor, Virgin Islands June 15, 1980 after losing a rotor blade in flight [8KIS]

149705 	(MSN 61121)		HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-41. Converted to SH-3H. VC-8, NAS Roosevelt Roads, PR. AMARC as 9H0083 November 1, 1994. Departed 1Feb11 to Department of State, Patrick AFB, FL. Registered 8Dec10 as N705WW to Department of State; current [Jul18].

149711 	(MSN 61128)		HC-7 Seadevils.Converted to SH-3H then to UH-3H. SOC March 23, 2004. USS Midway Museum, San Diego, CA December 7, 2004. On display.
149712 	(MSN 61129)		HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-90. Converted to SH-3H. SOC August 26 1976. Registered as N13491 29Jan82; cancelled 2Dec14.
149713 	(MSN 61130)		HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-42. HS-6 Indians.Converted to SH-3H. AMARC as 9H0085 November 7, 1994. Departed 8May98 to Western International, Tucson, AZ. Registered 29Oct98 as N105BS. Reregistered 28Aug04 as N612CK; current [Jul18]. On January 18, 2006 the helicopter lost power in both engines and rolled over during a hard forced autorotative touchdown on a road 28 miles northwest of Ely, Nevada. Croman Corporation was operating the helicopter. The flight departed Winnemucca, Nevada, en route to Page, Arizona. Both pilots said that as they neared the area of the accident site the flight had to maneuver around areas of bad weather. The helicopter was at 80 knots and 200 feet above ground level (agl) following a road while maneuvering around weather when a loud bang was heard and both engines suddenly lost power. The flying pilot entered an autorotation and managed to get the helicopter onto the road. The landing was hard and the main rotor blades flexed downward and damaged the empennage, then the helicopter rolled to the right. The pilot said that just prior to the loud noise and the dual engine failure, the engine instrument indications were normal and the fuel gauges were reading around 1,500 pounds in each tank. The fuel system was configured for normal operation; the number 1 engine feeding from the forward tank and the number 2 engine feeding from the aft tank, with boost pumps on and the crossfeed valve closed. The engine and airframe deice/anti-ice systems were on and functioning, and no annunciator lights were illuminated concerning any of the systems elements. The helicopter's Federal Aviation Administration approved and issued Type Certificate Data Sheet states that flight into known icing conditions is prohibited and notes that "the helicopters approved under this type certificate are done so under the concept of limited exposure associated with escape from inadvertent ice encounters." The anti-ice/deice systems on the helicopter consist of a combination of electrically and bleed air heated elements protecting the windshield, the oil tank mounting ring, engine air intake ducts, engine inlet guide vanes, starter cover, and the front frame of each engine. In addition to the anti-ice systems, an engine inlet ice deflector shield can be installed in front of the engine inlets to prevent any accumulation of ice and snow that forms around the upper deck and mast area ahead of the engines from entering the engine inlets. According to company Director of Maintenance and the subsequent examination of the wreckage, the optional engine inlet ice/snow deflector shields were not installed.

149716 	(MSN 61133)		HS-6 Indians. Written off July 12, 1968.

149729 	(MSN 61147)		HC-7 Seadevils.HS-6 Indians. Converted to SH-3G. AMARC in 1993 as 9H0049. Registered 4Sep97 as N81697 to Carson Helicopters. Reregistered 10Apr08 as N9696W; current [Jul18].

149733 	(MSN 61151)		HC-7 Seadevils..Converted to SH-3G. AMARC as 9H047 November 3, 1993. Departed 28Apr11 to Department of State, Patrick AFB, FL. Registered as N733WA to Department of State 4Aug10; cancelled 13Mar17.

149735 	(MSN 61153)		HS-6 Indians. HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-70. HS-3. Converted to SH-3H. AMARC as 9H063 February 23, 1994. Departed 15Dec11 to Rice Aviation, Tucson, AZ. Registered as N735WS to Department of State, Patrick AFB, FL, 4Aug10; current [Jul18].

149743	(MSN 45)	HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-6. Crashed and exploded 14May68 at NAS Cubi Point, Philippines when the aircraft failed to takeoff loaded with ammunition.
149744	(MSN 46)	HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-7. HSL-32. Crashed on USS Voge off Jacksonville, FL July 17, 1984.

149748 	(MSN 50)	HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-3. Accident 8Mar68 at NAS Atsugi, Japan when the aircraft lost directional control in recovery of auto rotation. HSL-74, NAS South Weymouth, MA. AMARC as 8H0059 January 10, 1994.

149758 	(MSN 60)	HC-7 Seadevils.Converted to UH-2C. HSL-74, NAS South Weymouth, MA. AMARC as 8H0056 December 14, 1993.

149761 	(MSN 63)	HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-15. HSL-33, NAS North Island, San Diego, CA. AMARC as 8H0014 August 20, 1992.

149764	(MSN 66)	HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-14. Flown by Clyde Lassen during Medal of Honor rescue. Ditched 7Jan69 in Gulf of Tonkin, Vietnam due to fuel exhaustion. Had stopped for fuel on USS Hornet but had difficulty and was required to depart too soon. Given wrong vector to next carrier.
149765	(MSN 67)	HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-2.

149773 	(MSN 75)	HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-20. Converted to HH-2C. HSL-30, NAS Norfolk, VA. AMARC as 8H0029 23Apr93. Departed 10Mar98 to Kaman, Bloomfield, CT. Royal Australian Navy as N29-149773. Following cancellation of contract March 20, 2008, returned to Kaman. Registered 30Jan01 as N318KA; cancelled 18Sep15 on export to New Zealand.

149775	(MSN 77)	HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-2.

149779	(MSN 81)	HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-2.
149780 	(MSN 82)	HC-7 Seadevils.Converted to UH-2C. HSL-94, Willow Grove JRB, PA. AMARC as 8H0069 February 9, 1994.

149896 	(MSN 61165)		HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-71. Converted to HH-3A. SOC May 3, 1973.
149897 	(MSN 61166)		HC-7 Seadevils. Converted to UH-3H.
			
149903 	(MSN 61172)		HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-60. Converted to HH-3A. Registered 24May96 as N51953 to Siller Helicopters; current [Jul18].

149908 	(MSN 61177)		HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-43. While on approach to USS Constellation (CV-64) off North Vietnam, lost tail gear box February 20, 1970. Of 11 onboard, 10 survived and one MIA.

149910 	(MSN 61180)		HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-44. HS-6. Crashed February 23, 1989.

149912 	(MSN 61182)		HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-62. Converted to HH-3A, then SH-3G. Written off October 14, 1976.

149914 	(MSN 61184)		HC-7 Seadevils. Converted to HH-3A. Registered 15May97 as N5193Y; current [Jul18]. On August 11, 2001 the helicopter, operated by Silver Bay Logging, sustained substantial damage when a steel long-line broke while lifting logs. The accident occurred on Etolin Island, about 12 miles southwest of Wrangell, Alaska. During a telephone conversation with the NTSB investigator-in-charge on August 14, the director of maintenance for the operator related that an American-made steel cable, approximately 200 feet in length, broke about 60 feet above the load of logs the helicopter was lifting. The 5/8 inch cable contacted the helicopter's main and tail rotor blades. The helicopter was able to make an uneventful emergency landing after the crew detached the remaining cable and felt excessive vibration. Postaccident inspection disclosed substantial damage to the main and tail rotors. Two main rotor blades and the tail rotor blades were replaced.

149916 	(MSN 61186)		HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-64. Converted to HH-3A. Registered 15May97 as N3173U; current [Jul18].

149919 	(MSN 61190)		HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-43. Converted to SH-3G. HC-1, NAS Norfolk, VA. AMARC as 9H0048 23Apr93. Departed 10Mar98 to Kaman, Bloomfield, CT. Registered 4Aug10 as N919WR to Department of State, Patrick AFB, FL; cancelled 13Mar17.

149922 	(MSN 61195)		HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-61. Converted to HH-3A. AMARC as 9H0018 June 13, 1990. Departed 4May11. Registered 2Sep11 as N454YS to Carson Helicopters; expired 30Sep14, cancelled 4Jan18.

149925 	(MSN 61198)		HC-7 Seadevils. Converted to SH-3G.

149933 	(MSN 61210)		HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-66. Converted to HH-3A. Stored with Croman Corp, White City, Oregon October 2012.

150142 		(MSN 92)	HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-23. Converted to SH-2F. HSL 33. Crashed into Pacific Ocean while on approach to USS Sterrett (CG-31) March 11, 1977 [1KIS].

150152 	(MSN 102)	HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-55. Converted to SH-2F. HSL-74, NAS South Weymouth, MA. AMARC as 8H0061 January 19, 1994. Departed 9Feb09. Ground instructional airframe as 0232G with Royal New Zealand Air Force Ground Training Wing (GTW), Engineering Training Flight, Woodbourne.
150153 	(MSN 103)	HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-108. Shot down by gun fire which punctured the fuel tanks and sump pump. Ditched off-shore 4Oct67.
150154 	(MSN 104)	HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-26. Converted to UH-2C. HSL-32, NAS Norfolk, VA. AMARC as 8H0045 30Aug93. Departed 12Nov97. Modified to SH-2F by US Navy. Royal New Zealand Air Force December 1997 as NZ3444. Did not fly in New Zealand but cannibalised for spares. Airframe destined for display in RNZAF Museum.

150164 	(MSN 114)	HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-21. Converted to HH-2C. Crashed November 21, 1983. Cockpit on display at Ferguson Airport, Pensacola, FL.

150179 	(MSN 129)	HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-24. Converted to HH-2C. HSL-33, NAS North Island, San Diego, CA. Converted to SH-2F. AMARC as 8H0022 December 9, 1992.

150195 	(MSN 581510)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [May68].

150198 	(MSN 581518)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Aug67 to Aug69]; code YL-53, later as YL-23. SOC November 1, 1971 NARF Pensacola, FL.
150199 	(MSN 581519)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Apr68 to May68]. Modified as S-58DT by Chicago Helicopter Airways. Registered 14Jun96 as N698. Reregistered 20Sep02 as N9VY; current [Jul18].

150202 	(MSN 581522)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Jul67 to Aug69]; code YL-45, later as YL-15. SOC April 12, 1972.
150203 	(MSN 581530)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Jun68 to Aug69]. SOC April 7, 1971.

150208 	(MSN 581535)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Mar69 to Aug69]. SOC September 30, 1972.
150209 	(MSN 581540)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Jul67 to Aug67]. HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam. SOC November 1, 1971 NARF Pensacola, FL.
150210 	(MSN 581541)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Mar69 to Aug69]. HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam. SOC September 25, 1970 at NAF Cam Rahn Bay, Vietnam.

150212 	(MSN 581544)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam Oct68-Feb69. Mid-air collision with UH-34D 143965 over Marble Mountain Air Facility, Da Nang, Vietnam 4Feb69 [4KIA].

150214 	(MSN 581546)	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam. South Vietnam Air Force as 150214.  Written off November 26, 1970.

150219 	(MSN 581559)	HMM-163 Ridge Runners; code YP-20. HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Mar69 to Aug69]. HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-77. In storage at Flying Leathernecks Museum, Miramar, CA. On loan to Jay W. Hubbard Aviation Museum, later to gate guard at MCAS Tustin, CA. Noted back at Flying Leathernecks Aviation Museum October 2002.

150221 	(MSN 581571)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Mar69 to Aug69]. HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam. SOC July 25, 1970, Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam.
150222 	(MSN 581572)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Jul68 to Oct68]. Written off October 2, 1968, Phu Bai, Vietnam.
150223 	(MSN 581574)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Mar69 to Aug69]. Written off February 25, 1970, NAF Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam.
150224 	(MSN 581579)	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-01. Written off March 14, 1970, NAF Cam Ranh Bay, South Vietnam.
150225 	(MSN 581580)	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam. SOC June 6, 1972, NARF Pensacola, FL.
150226 	(MSN 581581)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Apr68 to Sep68]. Written off September 19, 1968, Phu Bai, Vietnam.

150230 	(MSN 581591)	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-24. Written off June 8, 1968.

150238 	(MSN 581604)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Jun67 to Apr68]. SOC October 23, 1970 NARF Alameda, CA.

150240 	(MSN 581609)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam; code YL-35. HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-65, later as YZ-04. Registered as N64778. Registered as C-GWHM; cancelled 11May93. Registered as N922BR; sale reported 25Jul00,cancelled 29Jul13.

150243 	(MSN 581620)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Nov67 to Dec67]. Written off December 23, 1967.

150246 	(MSN 581628)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Mar69 to Aug69]. HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-23. SOC November 2, 1971.

150254 	(MSN 581650)	HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Oct67 to May68]; code YL-8. Crashed in South China Sea after engine failure 13May68. YL-8 was based on the USS Iwo Jima and was scheduled to be returned to the States for a complete overhaul because of high hours on aircraft. The H-34D was lifting off of the hospital ship USS Repose just after delivering wounded from the field. After gaining altitude a few short moments there was an engine failure. The aircraft settled into the water and the pilot rolled it over onto its left side in order to break off the rotor blades.

150256 	(MSN 581652)	HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Jan68 to Jun68]. Damaged June 5, 1968 and written off.

150258 	(MSN 581660)	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-05. Written off July 16 1968 Phu Bai, Vietnam.

150264 	(MSN 581675)	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam. Written off November 7, 1970, NAS Agana, Guam.

150552 	(MSN 581676)	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam. Written off July 27, 1968, Phu Bai, Vietnam.
150553 	(MSN 581680)	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-63. MASDC in 1971; renumbered 3H0229 in 1973. Registered 7Apr86 as N857BA; cancelled 6Mar17. Exhibited at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.

150555 	(MSN 581682)	HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Jun67 to Nov67]. Bailed to Air America 23Oct70 as H-78; arrived Udorn, Thailand Nov70. Crashed and exploded at Long Tieng, Laos January 20, 1971.

150557 	(MSN 581684)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Jun67 to Jun68]; code YL-31, later as YL-1.Registered 10Mar81 as N42171 to Orlando Helicopter Airways; expired 23May94, cancelled 7Jun13.
150558 	(MSN 581685)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Mar69 to Aug69]. MASDC 4Jun71, given number 3H0233 in 1972. Transferred 6Jun73 from USAF to US Navy. Converted to S-58T. Indonesian Air Force as H-3415. 6 Squadron.
150559 	(MSN 581688)	HMM-362 Archie’s Angels, South Vietnam 1965-67. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Jun67 to Jan68]; code YL-41. Written off January 8, 1968. The aircraft was trying to spiral down through rain, fog and low clouds to the LZ in South Vietnam when it crashed into a ridgeline, exploded and burned.
150560 	(MSN 581689)	HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Nov67 to Dec67]. SOC October 23, 1967 NARF Alameda, CA.

150562 	(MSN 581691)	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-71. Damaged by enemy ground fire landing in a hot LZ in the Iron Triangle 11km NNW of Qui Nhon airfield, Vietnam 27Oct65 [1KIA]. HMM-770; code 5T-404. SOC March 26, 1971.

150567 	(MSN 581696)	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-69. On 26Mar67, the aircraft crashed into high trees while attempting to land for an emergency medevac in South Vietnam; the aircraft was not recoverable.

150570 	(MSN 581699)	Delivered to US Marine Corps 28Oct63. HMM-163, South Vietnam - November 1963. H&MS-163, South Vietnam April 1964. HMM-361, South Vietnam April 9, 1964; code YN-19. HMM-364, South Vietnam July 23, 1964. HMM-162, South Vietnam October 17, 1964. HMM-365, South Vietnam March 5, 1965. HMM-162, South Vietnam March 9, 1965; code YS-19. HMM-365, South Vietnam May 15, 1965. HMM-361, South Vietnam August 2, 1965; code YN-19. HMM-161, South Vietnam March 22, 1966. HMM-361, South Vietnam April 9, 1966; code YN-19. HMM-263, South Vietnam May 25,1966. HMM-163, South Vietnam August 1, 1966; code YP-7. HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam September 24, 1968; code YZ-18. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Mar69 to Jun69]; code YL-23. NAS Norris June 26, 1969. MARTD Atlanta, GA August 29, 1969. MASDC 3Jan72. Registered 13Mar81 as N4218K to Orlando Helicopter Airways; expired 25May94. Registered 1Feb05 as N19YN to Marine Helicopter Squadron 361; cancelled 2Dec14. Donated 8Nov13 to the National Museum of the Marine Corps, MCAS Quantico, Virginia.

150572 	(MSN 581703)	HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Mar69 to Aug69]. Accident March 31, 1965, South East Asia.
150573 	(MSN 581704)	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Mar69 to Aug69]. Registered 18Jul74 as N94520 to Carson Helicopters; cancelled 23May13.

150580 	(MSN 581711)	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-82. Damaged March 16, 1968. SOC April 26, 1968. 

150618 	(MSN 61212)		HS-6 Indians; code 69. Written off October 16, 1966. Crashed into Gulf of Tonkin. Participated in the multi-day/multi-sortie "Shining Brass" Special Ops effort to rescue Lt Deane Woods shot down on 12 October 1966 after being hit by ground fire. While hovering to extract the "Shining Brass" on 16 October, Indian Gal 69 had the #1 engine shot out by enemy fire after boarding only six team members; the crew successfully flew out of the hover on a single-engine and headed toward the beach. The helicopter was again heavily damaged by AAA fire as it goes "feet wet"; the tail rotor flight controls were severely damaged but the crew managed to reach the open sea and successfully ditched. During the egress to the safety of the sea, all crewmembers and "Shining Brass" teams members were wounded.

150717 	(MSN 581712)	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam; code YZ-73, later as YZ-14. SOC December 31, 1970.
150718 	(MSN 581713)	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam. Registered 13Mar81 as N4218R; expired 25May94, cancelled 7Jun13.
150719 	(MSN 581715)	HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Jul67 to Jan68]. SOC October 23, 1970 NARF Alameda, CA.

150721 	(MSN 581717)	HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Mar69 to Aug69]. MASDC as 3H0202 March 19, 1976. Registered as N504 [with MSN 57-1717]; expired. Registration restored 10Jun15; current [Jul18].

150725 	(MSN 581721)	Delivered to US Marine Corps 14Jan64. HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam. HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [May68]. Converted to UH-34J. Damaged 10Nov71. Written off MARTD Lakehurst, NJ, 17Jan72.
[The UH-34 at the Fokker school was MSN 581597, MLD 134 built by Sikorsky as N266.]

150727 	(MSN 581723)	HMM-362 Ugly Angels, South Vietnam [Nov66 to Jul68]. MARTD Alameda, CA. NARF Alameda, CA 3Sep70. SOC 23Oct70. Bailed to Air America 23Oct70 as H-79; arrived Udorn, Thailand Nov70. Believed transferred to Tainan, Taiwan, Aug71. Converted to S-58T as Air America 727 [?]. Used by the CIA and operated by 34th Squadron, Republic of China Air Force. Painted in RoCAF colors 1971. Registered as XW-PHY by Apr72. Tainan, Taiwan Sep72. Crashed into the sea near Hsinchu, Taiwan 5Jan73 during a training flight. SOC by USMC 30Mar73.
150728 	(MSN 581724)	HMM-363 Lucky Red Lions, South Vietnam. MASDC as 3H0230 May 31, 1973.

150936 	(MSN 2019)	Converted to UH-46A. HC-7 Seadevils. Crashed in South China Sea off Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam June 20, 1967 after power failure. 

150938 	(MSN 2021)	Converted to UH-46A. HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-58. HC-3, NAS North Island, San Diego, CA. MASDC as 1J0002 August 5, 1971. Departed 18Jun74 to NARF Cherry Point, NC. Returned to service. Converted to HH-46A, then to HH-46D. SOC February 26, 2003.

150966 		(MSN 2027)	Converted to UH-46A. HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-50, later as VH-61. Converted to CH-46D. HC-6, NAS Norfolk, VA. Converted to CH-46D. MASDC 24Jan72, code 1J038. Departed 24May83 to NARF North Island, CA. Returned to service. HC-8, NAS Oceana, VA. AMARC as 1J0021 August 4, 2003. SOC December 5, 2003. Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008. Departed 29Sep10 to HVF West, Tucson, AZ. Scrapped.

151302	(MSN 139)	HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-5

151306	(MSN 143)	HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-13

151309 	(MSN 146)	HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-4. HSL-1, NAS North Island, CA. AMARC as 8H0011 June 11, 1992.

151314 	(MSN 151)	Converted to UH-2C. HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-22. HSL-31, NAS North Island, CA. AMARC as 8H0005 October 8, 1991.

151315 	(MSN 152)	HC-7 Seadevils. Written off January 23, 1968. 

151316 	(MSN 153)	HC-7 Seadevils.Shot down 23Jan68 in Gulf of Tonkin, Vietnam by gun fire from a crew man who inadvertently shot off a large section of main rotor. HSL-32, NAS Norfolk, VA. AMARC as 8H0037 June 17, 1993. Departed 9Feb99 to Kaman, Bloomfield, CT. Royal Australian Navy as spares and ground instructional airframe.

151331	(MSN 168) 	HC-7 Seadevils. Crashed 19Jan68 at NAS Cubi Point, Philippines.

151333 	(MSN 170)	HC-7 Seadevils. Crashed 19Jan68 into Subic Bay, Philippines, during a simulated combat rescue approach when the aircraft lost RPM. HSL-34, NAS Norfolk, VA. AMARC as 8H0040 July 22, 1993. Departed 6Feb09. Ground instructional airframe as 0235G with the Royal New Zealand Air Force, Ground Training Wing (GTW), Woodbourne.

151335 		(MSN 172)	Converted to HH-2C. HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-25. HSL-74, NAS South Weymouth, MA. AMARC as 8H0017 August 28, 1992.

151523 	(MSN 61226)		HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-40. Converted to SH-3G.  AMARC as 9H0038 November 2, 1992. Departed 16Jun11. Registered 4Aug10 as N523AW to Department of State, Patrick AFB, FL; cancelled 13Mar17.

151531 	(MSN 61235)		HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-73. Converted to HH-3A. Crashed at Otay Mountain, CA December 26, 1972; all 5 on onboard survived. Became training airframe at NAS North Island, San Diego, CA.

151539 	(MSN 61244)		HC-7 Seadevils. HS-6 Indians. Converted to SH-3G. HC-2; named “Stealth Duck” with HC-2 in October 1990.
151540 	(MSN 61246)		HS-6 Indians. Written off January 9, 1967.

151552 	(MSN 61272)		HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-63. Converted to HH-3A. Registered 23Mar95 as N81661. Reregistered 20Feb08 as N561SC; current [Jul18].
151553 	(MSN 61273)		HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-65. Converted to HH-3A. AMARC as 9H0017 May 22, 1990. Departed 4May11. Registered as N454US 13Sep11; expired 30Sep14, cancelled 4Jan18.

151556 		(MSN 61292)		HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-67. Converted to HH-3A. Exhibited at American Helicopter Museum, West Chester, PA.

151902 	(MSN 2052)	HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-54. Damaged 1970 at Marble Mountain, South Vietnam, when attempting to back the aircraft and collided with USMC H-46, BuNo 153989. Naval Air Technical Training Center, Millington, Tennessee. Naval Air Technical Training Center, Chevalier Hall, NAS Pensacola, Florida 1993. SOC April 19, 1997.
151903 	(MSN 2057)	HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-51. HC-6, NAS Norfolk, VA. AMARC 2Mar72, code 1J052. Departed 21Jul83 to NARF, North Island, CA. Returned to service. HC-11, NAS North Island, CA. AMARC 15Mar04, code 1J0029. Departed 28Sep10 to HVF West, Tucson, AZ. Scrapped.
151904 	(MSN 2062)	HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-53. HC-3, NAS North Island, CA. MASDC as 1J009 September 29, 1971. Departed 21Jul83 to NARF, North Island, CA. Returned to service. Converted to UH-46D. SOC July 19, 2002.

151907 	(MSN 2054)	HMM-265 Dragons, South Vietnam. Hit by RPG at Ngok Tavak (Old French Fort), Quang Tin Province, South Vietnam May 10, 1968; crew survived. Helicopter destroyed by US forces to prevent capture.

151917 	(MSN 2066)	Delivered to US Marine Corps 26Mar65. HMM-164 19Apr65. HMM-165 8Oct65. MAMS-37 15Jul66. HAMRON 16 COSA 21Nov66. HMM-164 26Nov66. HMM-265 Dragons, South Vietnam 25Sep68. Collided with UH-34D 148802 at Hill 52 north of Song Vu Gia River, Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam October 11, 1968 [4KIA]. The CH-46 took off and began climbing out in a steep ascent with its nose pointing south toward An Hoa. It was a clear, sunny day with a few scattered clouds high in the sky. At about 800-1,000 feet, the CH-46 came up underneath UH-34 #148802 which was flying overhead on a similar heading. It appeared that each helicopter was in the others blind spot and that no visual contact had been made between them. They chewed off each others rotor blades. An orange fireball and black smoke erupted from the rear of the CH-46. There was a series of quick clacking sounds and a muffled explosion as the blade parts were sent flying in every direction overhead. The two aircraft, momentarily, just hung there. Then the CH-46, its aft end burning and smoking, began tumbling end over end toward the ground. The UH-34 simply nosed over, the weight of the big radial engine in its nose causing it to plunge straight down like a dart. The aircraft impacted on a sandbar which extended out into the Vu Gia river. The UH-34 hit first, sending up a towering eruption of bellowing fire, white smoke, and streaking shards of red flame. The CH-46 quickly followed, close by, on the same stretch of sand. The aft section, with the engines, split away from the forward half of the aircraft and was a burning heap. Black greasy smoke plumed high into the sky. The forward section did not catch fire. The UH-34 was burning white hot; so intense that it was impossible to get near it. Within a few hours the wreckage was reduced to a surprisingly small mound of gray ashes, making the retrieval or identification of human remains virtually impossible.

151931 	(MSN 2081)	HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-56. HMM-768, NAS Lakehurst, NJ. MASDC as 1J0067 June 12, 1972. Departed 18Apr74 to NARF, Cherry Point, NC. Returned to service. Redesignated HH-46A July 3, 1974. Written off Sep 23, 1982 USS Sacramento.

151949 	(MSN 2099)	HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-57. HMM-764, MCAS El Toro, CA. MASDC March 17, 1972. Departed 1Mar74 to NARF, Cherry Point, NC. Returned to service. Redesignated HH-46A April 1, 1975. Converted to HH-46D. USS Kearsarge. Ditched off Crete, Greece June 22, 2001. SOC July 26, 2001.

151959 	(MSN 2109)	HMM-265 Dragons, South Vietnam; code EP-6. Redesignated HH-46A March 4, 1974. Written off December 22, 1980 NAS Pensacola, FL.

152106 	(MSN 61296)		HS-6 Indians. Converted to SH-3H

152108 	(MSN 61301)		HS-6 Indians. Converted to SH-3H, then to UH-3H. SOC January 29, 2007.
152109 	(MSN 61302)		HS-6 Indians. Converted to SH-3H. HS-7; code AC-615. AMARC as 9H0097 June 1, 1995. Departed 8May98 to Western International, Tucson, AZ. Registered 29Oct98 as N106BS to Black Shadow Aviation. Reregistered 18May05 as N613CK; current [Jul18]. On May 6, 2008 the helicopter was damaged when the pilot allowed it to sink during a hover while loading water into the internal cells from a stock tank. The bottom fuselage and the water drop gate doors were damaged. It was a warm windy day with additional turbulence and dust being generated by the hovering helicopter. The helicopter weight was rapidly increased during the 90 second loading of the 320 gallon cell and the pilot failed to compensate for the additional weight and settled into the structure of the stock tank. On July 17, 2009 the helicopter collided with terrain at a heliwell site near the Willow Creek Hellibase, Willow Creek, California. The United Stated Forest Service (USFS) was operating the helicopter; the USFS had contracted with the Croman Corporation for the services of the helicopter. The helicopter rolled onto its side and sustained substantial damage to the main rotor blades, fuselage, and tail rotor. The contractor reported that the helicopter was utilizing a snorkel system to fill an internal tank. The snorkel drew water from a heliwell (a 5,000-gallon portable tank); the term for filling the internal tank with a snorkel was "drafting." The crew had successfully completed four circuits; the accident occurred on the fifth. On the third trip, the PIC utilized the common practice of jettisoning some of the water to reduce gross weight, which allowed the helicopter to transition to forward flight as it exited the heliwell. On the accident flight, the PIC was at the controls, and flying from the left seat. He stated that he approached the heliwell as he had the prior four trips by entering a final approach from the south. As he lowered the snorkel into the heliwell, he simultaneously made a right pedal turn (nose right)	 to a southerly heading for a normal egress departure path. On the accident flight, the PIC stated that the helicopter had taken on 400 to 450 gallons of water, which was the same amount as previous flights. As he applied power, the helicopter started to climb clear of the heliwell. He stated that as the snorkel came out of the water, the SIC called out droop several times. The PIC said that he stopped applying power, and started to move forward. The SIC called out that they were at 98 percent. After the PIC reduced collective slightly to gain rotor rpm (Nr), the SIC again called out droop a couple of times. The PIC stated that Nr continued to fall, and might have gone as low as 92 percent. He tried to drop the load, but was not sure that he actually activated the dump switch. Witnesses observed the left main landing gear make contact with the heliwell. The PIC stated that he leveled the helicopter as it continued down toward uneven ground; the helicopter rolled after ground contact, and came to rest on its left side. The SIC exited through his bubble window; the PIC shut off the firewall valves and battery switches, and then exited the helicopter. The SIC did not remember making the droop callout in a post accident interview.
152110 		(MSN 61303)		HS-6 Indians. Converted to SH-3H. AMARC as 9H0051 December 13, 1993.

152112 	(MSN 61305)		HS-6 Indians. NAS Whidbey Island, WA. Converted to SH-3H then to UH-3H. AMARC 15Sep05 as 9H0111. SOC January 17, 2006. Departed 26Jan07 to Pima Air & Space Museum, Tucson, AZ. Stored.
152113 	(MSN 61306)		HS-6 Indians. HC-1, NAS Norfolk, VA. Converted to SH-3H. AMARC as 9H0079 Aug 15, 1994. SOC January 8, 2003. Departed 17Dec10. Registered 1Jun11 as N113WK to Department of State, Patrick AFB, FL; current [Jul18].
152114 	(MSN 61307)		HS-6 Indians. Written off September 3, 1968.
152115 	(MSN 61308)		HS-6 Indians. Converted to SH-3H. AMARC as 9H0089 February 9, 1995. SOC January 8, 2003. Departed 17Dec10. Registered 29Aug11 as N115WK to Department of State, Patrick AFB, FL; current [Jul18].
152116 	(MSN 61310)		HS-6 Indians. Converted to SH-3H. AMARC as 9H0067 March 11, 1994. Departed 30May12 to Rice Aviation, Tucson, AZ. Registered 8Dec10 as N116WR to Department of State, Patrick AFB, FL; current [Jul18].
152117 	(MSN 61311)		HS-6 Indians. Converted to SH-3G. Written off January 22, 1976 when ditched in ocean off California coast and sank to ocean floor; crew rescued.
152118 	(MSN 61312)		HS-6 Indians. Written off September 30, 1967.
152119 	(MSN 61313)		HS-6 Indians. Converted to SH-3H then to UH-3H. SOC January 24, 2006.
152120 	(MSN 61314)		HS-6 Indians; code NS-305. SOC April 28, 1971. Argentine Navy 2008 as 0881; code 2-H-240.
152121 	(MSN 61315)		HS-6 Indians; code NS-306. Converted to UH-3H. HS-10. Crashed into Pacific Ocean near San Diego, CA October 14, 1983; crew rescued.
152122 	(MSN 61316)		HS-6 Indians. Converted to SH-3H. AMARC as 9H0094 May 25, 1995. SOC January 8, 2003. Departed 21Dec10. Registered as N122WU to Department of State, Patrick AFB, FL, 15Jul11; current [Jul18].
152123 	(MSN 61317)		HS-6 Indians; code NS-57.Converted to UH-3H. SOC Apr 7, 2006.
152124 	(MSN 61318)		HS-6 Indians. Converted to SH-3H. HS-17. Crashed into sea and sank while approaching USS Coral Sea August 22, 1985; crew rescued.
152125 	(MSN 61319)		HS-6 Indians. Converted to SH-3H. Written off June 16, 1982.

152130 	(MSN 61325)		HS-6 Indians. Converted to SH-3H. AMARC as 9H0103 April 29, 1996. SOC January 8, 2003.

152137 	(MSN 61337)		HS-6 Indians. Converted to SH-3H and then to UH-3H. SOC April 5, 2006.

152191 	(MSN 175)	HC-7 Seadevils. HSL-34, NAS Norfolk, VA. AMARC 24Jun93 as 8H0038. Departed 10Dec97 to Kaman, Bloomfield, CT. New Zealand as NZ3445.

152201 	(MSN 185)	HC-7 Seadevils. Converted to UH-2C. Registered 22Sep93 as N7096P to the National Museum of Naval Aviation; cancelled 19Aug99. Exhibited at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL. Exhibited at Louisiana Military Museum, Ruston, Louisiana Dec09.

152426 	(MSN 6092) 	VMO-2, South Vietnam 1967. Damaged in a mid-air collision at night with UH-34D, BuNo 148056, of HMM-363 near Da Nang, Vietnam 2Sep67. The UH-34D was below and behind the UH-1E when the rotor blades struck the skids; the UH-1E crash landed at Da Nang. AMARC as 7H0174 October 9, 1986, later HF0213.  Still on AMARC inventory January 15, 2008.

152436 	(MSN 6102)	HML-167. Written off April 20, 1968.

152490 	(MSN 2112)	HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-51. Written off November 26, 1967, NAS Atsugi, Japan.
152491 	(MSN 2118)	HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-55. Converted to UH-46D. Naval Air Technical Training Center, Millington, Tennessee. Naval Air Technical Training Center, Chevalier Hall, NAS Pensacola, Florida 1993. SOC Apr 2, 2003.

152494 	(MSN 2137)	HC-7 Seadevils; code VH-52, later as VH-67. Written off April 8, 1969, NAS Atsugi, Japan.
152495 	(MSN 2144)	Delivered to US Marine Corps. HC-7 Seadevils. Accident 26Nov67 South Vietnam. Engine failure while offloading beached LST USS Clark County. Taxied along side in hopes of being hoisted aboard the LST. On shut down, the rotor blades hit waves which bent and passed through the fuselage. The helicopter rolled over and sank. Transferred to US Navy. Converted to CH-46D. HC-6, NAS Norfolk, VA. AMARC 17Nov71, code 1J016. Departed 4Mar84 to NARF North Island, CA. Returned to service. HC-11, NAS North Island, CA; code VR-52. AMARC 22May03 as 1J0014. Departed 29Sep10 to HVF West, Tucson, AZ. Scrapped.

152535 		(MSN 2157)	Delivered to US Marine Corps. HMM-165 [Apr68]. HMM-768, NAS Lakehurst, NJ. MASDC as 1J0074 September 12, 1972. Departed 25Jan74 to NARF Cherry Point, NC. Returned to service. Redesignated HH-46A March 18, 1974. Transferred to US Navy. Converted to HH-46D. HC-6. Crashed January 10, 1994.

152563 	(MSN 2185)	Delivered to US Marine Corps. HMM-262. Transferred to US Navy. HC-6. SOC March 10, 2004.

153281 	(MSN 65050)		Crashed into South China Sea about 22 miles northwest of Tan Me, Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam May 1, 1968 while landing on a carrier. Four survivors were rescued about an hour later but the fifth man could not be found.
			
153410 	(MSN 2259)	HC-7 Seadevils. Written off March 26, 1970.

154761 	(MSN 6145)	VMO-6. Combat damage 25Apr68, 11 kilometers east-northeast of Quang Tri Airfield, South Vietnam. Theaircraft was observed flying over an ARVN ground engagement with NVA. It was hit by enemy fire and descended in flames. The aircraft received more enemy fire while descending, with the main rotor head and transmission separating prior to impact. The aircraft hit flat and was totally consumed by fire [6KIA].

154794 	(MSN 2401)	HMM-161. On October 17, 1968 the helicopter was reported missing. The helicopter was located the next morning, having crashed on the side of a mountain, killing all six persons on board. The aircraft was believed to have hit a ridgeline hidden by the clouds. A separate report states it was shot down coming out of Con Tien in the DMZ on a medevac flight and crashed into a mountain.
157187	(MSN 6311)	HAL-3 Seawolves, Vietnam; code SL-11. Destroyed 18Oct71 during external hoist operation.

157200 	(MSN 6324)	HAL-3 Seawolves, Vietnam; code SL-1. Written off 30Apr74. Exhibited at Pacific Aviation Museum Aug 2006.

157202 	(MSN 6326)	HAL-3 Seawolves, Vietnam. Written off March 19, 1976.
157203 	(MSN 6327)	HAL-3 Seawolves, Vietnam. Lost 26Nov70 over Gulf of Thailand to unknown cause.

157851 	(MSN 6210)	HAL-3 Seawolves, Vietnam. Crashed 1Jun70 on approach to Binh Thuy, South Vietnam.
157852	(MSN 6211)	HAL-3 Seawolves, Vietnam 11Dec69.
157853 	(MSN 6212)	HAL-3 Seawolves, Vietnam 11Dec69; code SL-3. Destroyed 22Dec71 in landing accident.
157854 	(MSN 6213)	HAL-3 Seawolves, Vietnam11Dec69. HT-18. MASDC as 7H104 July 14, 1982. Departed MASDC 23Apr84. Registered as N4964N; cancelled 31May90. Destroyed 31May86. The aircraft was being operated in logging operations by an experienced, military trained pilot who possessed 6000 hrs of flight experience on type. While lifting a sling load ground crew reported smoke from the tail rotor area. Pilot released sling load and acknowledged the warning radioing his intentions to land nearby. The subsequent loss of tail rotor/directional control placed the rotorcraft in a condition whereby an autorotation was not possible and a run on landing was necessary. Unsuitable terrain left the pilot with only two forced landing options, one on curving, hilly highway with potential for a collision with auto traffic, or the other into heavily wooded terrain. The pilot appears to have chosen the latter. It is not apparent why he chose this option rather than diverting to a nearby airstrip or some other level forced landing area. The 42 degree gearbox, which had been overhauled and installed 195 hrs previously in the aircraft, was found to have failed when the input pinion gear fractured in fatigue originating from corrosion.
157855 	(MSN 6214)	HAL-3 Seawolves, Vietnam 22Jan70. HT-18; code E-138. AMARC 18Apr83. Depart 10Oct83 to Lan-Dale Co, Tucson, AZ. Registered as N70410; cancelled 19Sep13. On September 18, 1995 the aircraft, registered to/operated by Mountain West Helicopters, LLC., was destroyed during a hard landing in an auto-rotative descent following the total loss of power while engaged in aerial logging near Grace, Idaho. The pilot was seriously injured and a small post-crash fire was quickly extinguished by ground personnel. The restricted category rotorcraft, which was engaged in logging operations, originated from a staging location near the accident site approximately 8 minutes previous to the accident. As the pilot was commencing a log lift cycle the ground crewman heard an explosion and observed flames issuing from the rotorcraft's tailpipe. The pilot radioed that he had a "serious problem" and detached the log load. The aircraft was then maneuvered downslope toward a landing site. The pilot executed a hard landing in a small, upsloping cleared area within the surrounding wooded terrain. Post crash examination of the Allied Signal/Lycoming T53-L-13B engine revealed that the centrifugal impeller had been ejected from the compressor section. Several portions of the impeller were recovered near the ground impact site.
157856 	(MSN 6215)	HAL-3 Seawolves, Vietnam 22Jan70; code SL-6. Crashed 13Aug70 on takeoff at Binh Thuy, South Vietnam. HT-18. MASDC as 7H096 April 30, 1982. Transferred 12Aug83 to USAF with MASDC code HF143. Registered as N157LC. Substantially damaged 3Aug88. The pilot lost control of the helicopter when the tail rotor system failed. Found a faulty worn gear in tail rotor gear box. Destroyed 14Jun89. While lifting a log the crew heard unusual noises and felt vibrations. They released the log and flew to a landing site to check the aircraft. While at a high hover the aircraft began spinning and the pilot executed a hovering autorotation. The aircraft landed hard and rolled down a hill. Investigation revealed a failed tail rotor 42 degree gearbox. The metallurgical examination showed that the gearbox's input spiral bevel gear had failed in fatigue. The engine N2 torque was red-lined at 55 lbs. Pilot stated that a dash-5 transmission was installed rated for 60 lbs, but observed marked 55 lb limit. Navy operators manual and FAA type certificate both list N2 torque limit as 50 lbs. Registration expired 31Jan14, cancelled 19Sep17.
157857 	(MSN 6216)	HAL-3 Seawolves, Vietnam; code SL-7. Crashed 26Apr70 at Long Phu, South Vietnam due to tail rotor control failure. SOC May 5, 1970.
157858 	(MSN 6217)	HAL-3 Seawolves, Vietnam 22Jan70; code SL-10. MASDC as 7H158 September 30, 1983. Registered as N5107J; sale reported 7May08, cancelled 7Jun13. On September 19, 1998 the aircraft was substantially damaged following impact with terrain near Price, Utah. The pilot was moving logs off the hillside (elevation 7,860 feet, density altitude 10,775 feet), up a narrow canyon that ran approximately north and south. The wind was out of the south at 10 to 12 knots, and after he set down the logs, the helicopter started to turn to the right. He said that prior to the turning, there were no unusual noises and he did not feel any control feedback. He further stated that he realized that he had lost tail rotor directional control and he autorotated to a landing spot. Immediately prior to landing, the helicopter's landing skids impacted a beaver pond and the aircraft bounced into the air nosing over allowing the main rotor blades to hit the ground.
167784/167788		Northrop Grumman MQ-8B Fire Scout
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167791/167792	Northrop Grumman MQ-8B Fire Scout
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167986/167988		Northrop Grumman MQ-8B Fire Scout
The Northrop Grumman MQ-8B Fire Scout is an unmanned helicopter developed with autonomous take-off and landing capability. The MQ-8B airframe is based on the Schweizer 333.

168210/168213		Northrop Grumman MQ-8B Fire Scout
The Northrop Grumman MQ-8B Fire Scout is an unmanned helicopter developed with autonomous take-off and landing capability. The MQ-8B airframe is based on the Schweizer 333.

168441/168443		Northrop Grumman MQ-8B Fire Scout
The Northrop Grumman MQ-8B Fire Scout is an unmanned helicopter developed with autonomous take-off and landing capability. The MQ-8B airframe is based on the Schweizer 333.

168449/168451		Northrop Grumman MQ-8B Fire Scout
The Northrop Grumman MQ-8B Fire Scout is an unmanned helicopter developed with autonomous take-off and landing capability. The MQ-8B airframe is based on the Schweizer 333.

168455/168456		Northrop Grumman MQ-8C Fire Scout
The Northrop Grumman MQ-8C Fire Scout is an unmanned helicopter developed with autonomous take-off and landing capability. The MQ-8C airframe is based on the Bell 407.

168808/168810		Northrop Grumman MQ-8C Fire Scout
The Northrop Grumman MQ-8C Fire Scout is an unmanned helicopter developed with autonomous take-off and landing capability. The MQ-8C airframe is based on the Bell 407.

‘168808’	MSN 53347	Static display airframe falsely marked as 168808.
Registered 17May99 as N600CE. On December 25, 2009 the helicopter was substantially damaged during a hard landing following a loss of engine power shortly after takeoff from the Wise Regional Health System Helipad (XA57), Decatur, Texas. The pilot and flight medic sustained serious injuries while the flight nurse sustained minor injuries. The helicopter was registered to and operated by Air Evac EMS Inc., of West Plains, Missouri. The cross-country flight was departing for Wichita Falls, Texas, to pick up a patient. As the helicopter ascended about 50 to 60 feet above ground level (agl), the pilot heard two warning horns sound, followed by the helicopter yawing 90 degrees to the left. The pilot lowered the collective in an effort to preserve rotor rpm and maneuvered the helicopter back over the helipad. Around 5 to 8 feet agl the pilot increased collective pitch, but the helicopter continued a quick descent until it experienced a hard landing back on the helipad. A review of hospital video surveillance footage for the 24 hours prior to the accident revealed that the helicopter remained parked outside for approximately 5 hours in blowing snow conditions; during this time, it was not equipped with plugs or covers over the engine inlets or the exhaust. The plugs and covers were installed later and the helicopter remained outside in temperatures ranging from 16 degrees Fahrenheit (F) to 34 degrees F for the next 19 hours. The video also revealed that at no time did anybody look at the exhaust stack, right side engine intake, or open any access panels prior to the operation of the helicopter. Registration cancelled 5Jan18. 
07936           N2S-3 is registered N47964.

27961           N2S-4 (MSN 75-3235) is registered N21967.

38029           N2S-3 (MSN 75-7650) is registered N5165N.

38279           N2S-3 (MSN 75-7900) is registered N64587.

38157           N2S-3 (MSN 75-7778) is registered N79561.

38306           N2S-3 (MSN 75-7927) was registered N1181N, cancelled 6/17/65, aircraft destroyed in crash 5/24/65.

43170           N2S-5 (MSN 75-8264) is registered N4921N.

43581           N2S-5 (MSN 75-8675) is registered N1922M.

144058          T-34B is now registered N5734B.




References:

1. Javier Mosquera
2. Stewart Lanham
3. Glenn Chatfield with information from Peter
4. Glenn Chatfield