US Navy and US Marine Corps BuNos

Third Series (135774 to 140052)


Last revised October 6, 2016


135774/136162		North American FJ-3 Fury
				redesignated F-1C in 1962
				135800 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Sep 3, 1954 to Apr 30, 1956.
					Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations.
					Used for boundary layer control, STOL and V/STOL research. 
				135810 with VC-3
				135814 crashed during the 1950s in Chuckwalla Mts, CA.
				Plane painted as 135841 on pylon at MCAS Beaufort, South Carolina is actually 141376.
				135842 lying in BDR compound in storage at MCAS Beaufort, South Carolina
				135867 at Fighter Jet Museum, Chino, CA
				135868 (MSN 194-95) at Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum
				135874 converted to FJ-3D2 drone controller.  Transferred to Litchfield Park in 1963
				135883 (MSN 194-110) on display at Flying Leathernecks Museum, Miramar, CA.  Number 136022 was painted on it, but
					it now carries its correct number.
				135928 with VF-154/CVG15
				135947 (VF-211) crashed at NAAS El Centro, California Dec 2, 1956.
				136008 on display at NAS Oceana, VA at Heritage Park.
				Plane painted as 136022 is really 135883.  Noted Mar 13, 1993 at Marine Corps Museum, El Toro MCAS, CA, 
				136032 (MSN 194-259) in 2010 located at Middleton Field, Evergreen, AL
				136091 crashed Jul 13, 1956, Patuxent River NATC.  Pilot killed.
				136119 at McMinnville Museum, OR
136163/136292		Douglas F4D-1 Skyray
				Cancelled contract 
136293/136392		Douglas F4D-2 Skyray 
				Cancelled contract
136393/136747		Grumman S2F-1 Tracker
				Model G-89.  MSN 302/656.  Redesignated S-2A in 1962.  Many upgrades to S2F-1S (S-2B).
				Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
				136393 to MASDC as 1S0296 Oct 8, 1970
				136398 (MSN 307) to MASDC as 1S0763 May 1, 1981.  To civil registry as N8110X Apr 19, 1995.  Expired Apr 30, 2014.
					Stored at Mojave, California
				136399 (MSN 308) registered N111Z Apr 1971, cancelled c1976. 
					Prototype conversion. Used for tanker evaluation tests at Edwards AFB CA Dec 1971-Feb 1972
					Registered N404DF Jun 14, 1976, cancelled Dec 23, 1981.  To Tanker # 30; 80 California Department of 
					Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE)	Crashed Jun 13, 1979
				136402 to MASDC as 1S0741 May 5, 1979
				136404 (MSN 313) registered N5234A Jun 1984, cancelled Oct 9 2008.  With Estrella Warbird Museum,
					Paso Robles, CA Feb 22, 1989/2002.  On May 3, 2007 the aircraft was destroyed when it collided with power 
					lines and terrain during a forced landing near Cherry Point Marine Corps Air Station (NKT), Cherry Point, 
					North Carolina. The purpose of the flight was to participate in an air show at the Marine Corps Air Station. 
					Was owned by Commemorative Air Force Old Dominion Squadron.  Registration cancelled by
					FAA Oct 9, 2008 as "hit power lines, terrain and destroyed by fire, Cherry Point, NC May 3, 2007
				136407 (MSN 316) to MASDC as 1S632 Aug 1976.  Back to service. Back to AMARC, there by Jul 1983. 
				136408 (MSN 317) to MASDC as 1S0463 May 30, 1974. Registered N442DF Jan 4, 1974, cancelled Jul 16, 1974
					To Tanker # California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE)
				136409 (MSN 318) registered N44770 Oct 5, 1983, cancelled Jun 27, 1984 on export to Canada. 
					Converted to Conair Firecat. 	MSN 018	Tanker # 8	Sécurité Civile
					Registered C-GQCO Jul 1984; Registered F-WDQE Jul 9, 1984; Registered F-ZBEZ Jul 1984 to Sécurité Civile
					Crashed Jun 23, 1987 at La Roque d'Anthéron, near Marseille, France
				136414 with VS-21 on CVS-33 Jan 5, 1960
				136415 (MSN 324) to Royal Thai Navy Jul 19, 1966 as 415, later as 101, then 1101.  WFU by Oct 1997 
					and stored at U-Tapao.
				136416 (MSN 325) to Royal Thai Navy as 416.  Preserved at U-Tapao by Oct 1997
				136420 (MSN 329) to Royal Thai Navy Jul 19, 1966 as 420.  Possibly W/o Mar 16, 1969 
				136421 (MSN 330) Registered N434DF 7Feb74, cancelled. Not converted. Reported 1984 stored at Fresno Air Terminal, 
					CA, later stored at Sequoia, CA.  To Tanker # California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE)	
					Delivered by private owners to Castle Air Museum Nov 14, 2012 for restoration.  
				136422 to MASDC as 1S0332 Dec 19, 1970.
				136427 to MASDC as 1S0723 Jul 21, 1978.  Registered N8112A Apr 19, 1995, expired Mar 31, 2013. 
					With Museum of Wings & Things Inc, New Castle IN Jun 13, 1996/2002
					Preserved at Arlington Naval Air Station Museum, Arlington, WA
				136430 (MSN 339) to Royal Thai Navy Jul 19, 1966 as 430, later as 103, reserialled 1103.  WFU and 
					stored at U-Tapao
				136431 (MSN 340) registered N37AM Jan 1986, to Cavanaugh Flight Museum, Dallas-Addison, Texas as 
					N37AM Sep 14, 1995.
				136433 (MSN 342) to MASDC as 1S0752 Jun 9, 1980.   To civil registry as N8114T Apr 19, 1995, current.
					To Valiant Air Command, Titusville, FL. Jun 21, 2000
				136435 (MSN 344) to Royal Thai Navy Jul 19, 1966 as 435, later as 104, reserialled 1104.  WFU and 
					stored at U-Tapao
				136437 with VS-37 on CV-10 Jan 19, 1959
				136438 (MSN 347) to MASDC as 1S0643 Oct 19, 1976.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. Last noted May10
				136441 (MSN 350) registered C-GYQD with Conair Aviation Ltd, Abbotsford BC 1988. Used as Conair Firecat mock-up. 
					Scrapped at Abbotsford Sep 1988
				136442 (MSN 351) to Conair Aviation Ltd, Abbotsford BC 1984.  Converted to Conair Firecat. MSN 023 Tanker # 572,  
					Registered C-GHNU 1986, cancelled Jan 4, 1995.  Written off Aug 28, 1994 at Fraser River, near Quesnel, BC. 
					Experience engine problems and made a forced landing.
				136447 (MSN 356) to MASDC as 1S662 Mar 1977, then back to service.  SOC May 29, 1978, last noted at AMARC Jul 1983.
				136448 (MSN 357) Registered N3229A Oct 14, 1982, cancelled Feb 15, 1983 on export to Canada. 
					Converted to Conair Firecat. 	MSN 015	Tanker # 6	Sécurité Civile
					Registered C-GQCO c1982; Registered F-WDSZ Jul 1983; Registered F-ZBEI Jul 1983 to Sécurité Civile
					Written off Aug 20, 1985 at Marseille, France
				136451 (MSN 360) Registered N3231H Oct 14, 1982, cancelled Feb 15, 1983 on export to Canada. 
					Converted to Conair Firecat. 	MSN 014	Tanker # 5	Sécurité Civile
					Registered C-GVEP c1982; Registered F-WDSY Jun 1983; Registered F-ZBEH Jun 1983 to Sécurité Civile
					Registered C-FEFK as S2F-1, Mar 15, 1991, cancelled Sep 24, 1991. 
					Registered C-FEFK as a Conair Firecat Apr 2, 2002, current. Tanker # 574; 74. 
					Stored with Conair at Abbotsford, BC
				136453 with VS-37 on CV-10 Jan 19, 1959
				136454 to MASDC as 1S0306 Aug 12, 1974
				136455 to MASDC as 1S0303 Oct 15, 1970
				136458 (MSN 367) Registered N400DF Sep 1971, cancelled Aug 11, 1988
					Tanker # 70	California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE).  Scrapped c1988 at Hemet-Ryan, CA
				136459 (MSN 368) to Dutch Navy as 172, later to Turkish Navy as TCB-172
				136460 (MSN 369) Registered N416DF Dec 1973, cancelled Sep 19, 1983
					Tanker # 26; 96 California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE)
					Crashed Jul 27, 1982. Aircraft struck tree on final approach to fire, losing some flight controls before 
					crashing
				136463 (MSN 372) to the Republic of China [Taiwan] Air Force as 2105, code S22105
					Preserved Pingtung South AFB, Taiwan
				136464 (MSN 373) to MASDC as 1S0750 Mar 28, 1980.  To civil registry as N4225F Jan 19, 2000.  At MAPS 
					Air Museum, North Canton, Ohio in 2011.
				136465 (MSN 374) to Conair Aviation Ltd, Abbotsford BC 1984.  Converted to Conair Firecat. MSN 029 Tanker # 73
					Registered C-GHDY as S2F-1, Apr 20, 1988, cancelled Oct 11, 1991.  Registered C-GHDY as a Conair Firecat 
					Apr 2, 2002, current.  Stored with Conair at Abbotsford, BC
				136467 to MASDC as 1S0416 Jul 31, 1973
				136468 (S-2A) to MASDC as 1S0154 Sep 20, 1969.  Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				136472 (MSN 381) to Royal Thai Navy Nov 29, 1971 as 472, later 105, reserialled 1105.  WFU and 
					stored at U-Tapao
				136473 (MSN 382) to MASDC as 1S0422 Aug 21, 1973.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. Last noted May 2010
				136474 (MSN 383) registered N421DF Jan 18, 1974, cancelled May 1985. Reported 1984 with TBM as a spare at Sequoia, CA
					Tanker # 33	California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE)
					Converted to Conair Turbo Firecat. 	MSN 033.  Tanker # 18 Sécurité Civile
					Registered C-GHYQ c1982; Registered F-WEOJ Jul 1990; Registered F-ZBFI Jul 1990 to Sécurité Civile
					Destroyed by ground maintenance electrical fire, Marseille-Marignane Jun 18, 1996
				136475 (MSN 384) to MASDC as LA0001 Oct 15, 1982.  Fuselage hulk stored as spare 
					parts source at Hemet Ryan Apt, CA.  However, seen still at AMARC in 2010.  Displayed on ‘celebrity row’ 
					at AMARC, Tucson, AZ
				136476 (MSN 385) to the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. Last noted May 2010
				136477 (MSN 386) to Royal Thai Navy Jul 19, 1966 as 477.  W/o Jul 30, 1987 (?)
				136479 (MSN 388) to civil registry as N420DF Jan 4, 1974, current.  Tanker # 75 California Department of 
					Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE).  To Chrisopher Schneider of Sutter Creek, CA Sep 5, 2006
				136480 with VS-38 on CVS-12 Jul 18, 1959
				136482 to MASDC as 1S0136 Sep 27, 1967
				136483 to MASDC as 1S0254 Sep 24, 1970
				136486 (MSN 395) The plane flew over 24 years with the US Navy and Navy Reserves and served its final three 
					years of naval service as a non-flying instructional airframe. The aircraft was modified to an S2F-1S in 1959 
					with the installation of AQA-3 Jezebel long-range acoustic search equipment and an improved Julie 
					explosive echo-ranging system. In September 1962, the S2F-1S designation became S-2B. In 1963, the 
					plane’s designation became S-2F with further updating of the Jezebel/Julie installation. 136486’s last 
					conversion came in 1968.  All ASW gear was removed, and it became a target towing utility transport, 
					designated US-2A. In February 1972, the plane made an unintentional wheels-ups landing, causing extensive 
					structural damage to its lower fuselage. It was repaired and returned to flying duties several months later. 
					136486’s naval flying career ended in 1980 when assigned to Naval Air Reserve Training Center, Olathe (Gardner), 
					Kansas.  Olathe used the Tracker as a “training device” until declaring it surplus in October 1982. 
					On January 23, 1983, the Naval Air Systems Command placed the US-2A on loan to Combat Air Museum, Topeka, Kansas. 
					Registered with Combat Air Museum, Topeka, KS as N486GT, registered Nov 15, 1989.
				136487 (MSN 396) w/o Feb, 23, 1977
				136489 (MSN 398) to Royal Thai Navy Nov 29, 1971 as 489.
				136490 (MSN 399) Registered N401DF Sep 1971, cancelled. Not converted. Reported 1984 with Hemet Valley as a 
					spare at Hemet-Ryan, CA.  Tanker #	California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE)
				136491 (MSN 374) to Conair Aviation Ltd, Abbotsford BC 1983.  Converted to Conair Firecat. MSN 017 Tanker # 7	
					Sécurité Civile.  Registered C-GRXU c1983; Registered F-WDQD Jul 1984; Registered F-ZBEY Jul 1984 to 
					Sécurité Civile.  Registered F-WEOK.  Converted to Conair Turbo Firecat. 
					Registered C-FYHB as a Conair Firecat May 31, 1996, cancelled Jul 31, 1996 on export to France.  
					Registered F-WEOK Jul 1996; Registered F-ZBEY Jul 1996 to Sécurité Civile
				136492 to MASDC as 1S0163 Oct 25, 1968
				136494 (MSN 403) to MASDC as 1S0702 Mar 13, 1978. Registered N424DF Jul 17, 1985, cancelled Sep 2, 1998. Not converted. 
					Tanker # California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE)
					Reported Jul 2001 stored at Western International Aviation, Tucson, AZ
				136495 (MSN 404) registered N408DF c1974, cancelled May 1985. Not converted. Reported 1984 with Aero-Union as 
					a spare at Chico, CA. Scrapped at Chico, CA.  Tanker # California Department of Forestry and Fire 
					Protection (CAL FIRE)
				136498 to MASDC as 1S0342 Jan 20, 1971
				136501 (MSN 410) Registered N435DF 8Feb74, cancelled May 1985. Reported 1984 stored at Fresno Air Terminal, CA
					Tanker # 35	California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE)
					Conair Aviation Ltd, Abbotsford BC Apr 11, 1991.  Converted to Conair Turbo Firecat. MSN 035	
					Tanker # 20	Sécurité Civile.  Registered C-FCAD Apr 11, 1991; Registered F-WEOJ Jul 1991; Registered 
					F-ZBEH Jul 1991 to Sécurité Civile
				136504 (MSN 413) Registered N3230R 14Oct 14, 1982, cancelled Feb 17, 1983 on export to Canada. 
					To Conair Aviation Ltd, Abbotsford BC c1982.  Converted to Conair Firecat. MSN 013	Tanker # 4	
					Sécurité Civile.  Registered C-GVEK Feb 1983; Registered F-WDSX Jun 1983; Registered F-ZBEG Jun 1983 
					to Sécurité Civile.  Crashed Jun 18, 1989 near Saint-Martin-Vésubie, France
				136507 (MSN 416) Registered N402DF Sep71, cancelled May 1985. Not converted. Reported 1984 with Hemet Valley 
					as a spare at Hemet-Ryan, CA. Tanker # California Department of Forestry 
					and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE).  Scrapped at Hemet-Ryan, CA.  
				136508 (MSN 417) registered N447DF Sep 13, 1974, cancelled.  Tanker # 93; 81; 95 California Department of 
					Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE).  Registered N508JR Jul 1, 2009 to USDA Forest Service, current 
					with the Cactus Air Force, Carson City, NV
				136510 (MSN 419) to Conair Aviation Ltd, Abbotsford BC 1984.  Converted to Conair Firecat. MSN 020 Tanker # 70
					Registered C-GHPU as a CS2F-1 with MSN 419, Sep 27, 1985, cancelled Dec 4, 1989.
					Registered F-WEOL Aug88; Registered F-ZWVK Jul 1988 to Sécurité Civile. Registered F-WEOL Sep 1989	
					Converted to Conair Turbo Firecat. 	Tanker # 16	Sécurité Civile
					Registered C-GHPU as a S2F-1 with MSN 419, Dec 4, 1989, cancelled Jun 7, 1990 on export to France.  
					Registered F-WEOL Jun 1990; Registered F-ZWVK Jul 1996 to Sécurité Civile
					Registered F-ZBFO Apr 1993 to Sécurité Civile.  Crashed Aug 25, 1996 at Corsica
				136511 to MASDC as 1S0426 Sep 8, 1973
				136512 (MSN 421) registered N450DF Sep 13, 1974, cancelled Feb 5, 2002. Reported 1984 stored at Fresno Air  
					Terminal, CA.  Tanker # 90; 87 California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE)
					On Aug 27, 2001, Tanker 87, a Grumman TS-2A, N450DF, collided with Tanker 92, a Grumman TS-2A, N442DF, 
					near Hopland, California. The California Department of Forestry (CDF) was operating the airplanes 
					as public-use fire suppression flights.
				136514 (MSN 423) registered N403DF Sep 1971, cancelled Mar 16, 1989. Scrapped at Hemet-Ryan, CA
					Tanker # 71	California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE)
				136515 (MSN 423) converted to Conair Firecat. MSN 030	Tanker # 70
					Registered C-GYQI as a S2F-1 with MSN 424, May 30, 1988, cancelled Sep 24, 1991. 
					Registered C-GYQI as a Conair Firecat with MSN 030, Sep 20, 1995, cancelled Oct 5, 2005. 
					Stored with Conair at Abbotsford, BC
				136519 (MSN 427) to Royal Canadian Navy Sep 1956.  Purchased by deHavilland Canada 1955. Used as a pattern 
					for the production jigs and tooling supplied by Grumman for the licence building of CS2F aircraft in Canada.
					Accepted for the RCN on 13 December 1955 with serial 1500 and used for testing a wide variety of avionics 
					and anti-submarine systems both at deHavilland Canada, Toronto and the National Aeronautical Establishment 
					at Uplands, Ottawa. Also used to evaluate a stream of Engineering Change Proposals from Grumman's own 
					evolving Tracker evaluation program. By October 1956 the RCN had re-serialled X-500 as 1501. deHavilland 
					brought the aircraft closer to Canadian CS2F-1 standards during the final month of 1956 and first flew 
					in this configuration on 8 January 1957. The RCN assigned 1501 to the Naval Air Maintenance School (NAMS) 
					on 26 April 1957 where it became instructional airframe A706. SOC Jan 17, 1972
					Preserved and on display at the Shearwater Aviation Museum, Shearwater, Nova Scotia, Canada
				136521 to MASDC as 1S0467 Jun 14, 1974
				136527 to MASDC 1S0459 May 23, 1974
				136528 (MSN 447) To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. Last noted Jul 2000
				136529 to MASDC as 1S0410 Jul 18, 1973
				136533 (MSN 442) to MASDC as 1S0360 Sep 2, 1971.  Registered N436DF with MSN U136533 4Jan74, cancelled 17Jul74. 
					Not converted.  Tanker # California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE)
				136534 (MSN 443, S-2B) Registered N5244B, current.  Preserved and on display at Tom Reilly's Flying Tigers 
					Warbird Restoration Museum, Kissimmee Gateway Airport, Kissimmee, FL, 1995/2004. Closed due to 
					damage from Hurricane Charley. On display at the Kissimmee Air Museum, opened in 2007
				136536 (MSN 445) registered N436DF 3Dec 3, 1986, cancelled Jul 29, 2002. 
					Tanker # 100 California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE)
					Registration N3123K assigned Mar 22, 2006 but ntu, cancelled May 18, 2011. 
					Displayed in crash pose as street art near Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA. 
					Known as the "Grumman Greenhouse", a sculpture by Philadelphia artist Jordan Griska commissioned 
					by the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA) for the newly constructed Lenfest Plaza.
				136538 to MASDC 
				136539 (MSN 448) to MASDC as 1S0455 Apr 29, 1974. To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. Last noted May 2010
				136540 (MSN 449) to MASDC as 1S0761 Apr 14, 1981.  Noted as N8114Z at American Wings Air Museum, Anoka 
					County-Blaine AP, MN.  N8114Z expired Dec 31, 2013.
				136546 (MSN 455) registered N404DF 9Sep83, sale reported Feb 7, 2013
					Tanker # 80; 94 California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE)
					Preserved at the Firefighter Memorial and Aircraft Museum at Weed Airport, CA, having arrived there 
					as Tanker 94 on July 29, 2005.
				136547 (MSN 456) to MASDC as 1S0464 Jun 3, 1974. Conair Aviation Ltd, Abbotsford BC 1987
					Converted to Conair Firecat. MSN 027 Tanker # 14 Sécurité Civile.
					Registered C-GYQN c1987, cancelled Mar 1987.  Registered F-WEOL Mar 1987; Registered F-ZBAA Jun 1987 
					to Sécurité Civile.  Registered F-WEOL Sep 1992.  Converted to Conair Turbo Firecat. Tanker # 22 Sécurité Civile
					Registered C-FQCW Jun 9, 1993, cancelled Jul 8, 1993 on export to France.  
					Registered F-WEOL Jul 1993; Registered F-ZBAA Jul 1993 to Sécurité Civile
				136550 (US-2A) assigned to NAS Bermuda Feb 9, 1972, departed Nov 1972.  To MASDC as 1S0429 Oct 3, 1973
				136552 (MSN 461) Registered N4477Z Oct 5, 1983, cancelled Jun 27, 1984 on export to Canada. 
					Converted to Conair Firecat. MSN 021 Tanker # 9	Sécurité Civile.
					Registered C-GQCW cJul84, cancelled Jun 1985. Registered F-WDSX Jun 1985; Registered F-ZBEX Jun 1985 
					to Sécurité Civile. Registered F-WEOL Sep 1995.	Converted to Conair Turbo Firecat. 	Tanker # 24	Sécurité Civile
					Registered C-GFZG May 9, 2000, cancelled Aug 2000 on export to France.  Registered F-ZBMA Jul 2000 to Sécurité Civile
				136556 (MSN 465) to Italian AF as MM136556 in 1957.    As MM136556 on display at Museo Storico di Vigna di Valle in
					May 2011.
				136557 (MSN 466) to Italian AF as MM136557 in 1957.  Code 86-2
					Crashed Sep 11, 1960 into water at Mombello Di Laveno (Lago Maggiore)
				136558 to Italian AF as MM136558 in 1957.
				136559 to Italian AF as MM136559 in 1957.
				136560 (MSN 469) to Italian AF as MM136560 in 1957.  To civil registry as N91368 Apr 24, 1976.   ToSouthern Museum of Flight, 
					Birmingham, AL.  Registration expired Sep 30, 2013
				136561 to Italian AF as MM136561 in 1957.	  Preserved at Cantnia, Sigonella Airport, Sicily.
				136562 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				136566 with VS-38 on CVS-12 Jul 18, 1959
				136567 ()MSN 476) to TS-2A. Registered N411DF Jan 4, 1974, cancelled Nov 7, 2012
					Tanker # 74		California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE)
					On display as BuNo 136404 in Estrella Warbird Museum, Paso Robles, California Nov 2010. 
				136568 (MSN 477) to Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force as 4101, Registration N219AK assigned Jan 27, 1978 but ntu, 
					cancelled Feb 17, 2011.  Tanker # 170 [ntu] State of Alaska
				136569 (MSN 478) to Japan Maritine Self-Defense Force as 4102
				136570 with VS-38 on CVS-12 Jul 18, 1959
				136572 (MSN 481) Registered N440DF Feb 7, 1974, cancelled May 1985. Not converted. Reported 1984 stored at Fresno 
					Air Terminal, CA.  Tanker # California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE)
					To Conair Aviation Ltd, Abbotsford BC 1993/2004. Scrapped at Abbotsford Aug 2004
				136573 (MSN 482) to MASDC as 1S0706 Apr 20, 1978.  Registered N31984 Jan 1994, current. Stored at Rolla 
					Municipal Airport, Vichy, Missouri.
				136574 with VS-38 on CVS-12 Jul 18, 1959
				136575 (MSN 484) To C-GYQI and converted to Conair Firecat.  
				136576 (MSN 485) to Dutch Navy as 173, later to Turkish Navy as TCB-173.
				136577 with VS-38 on CVS-12 Jul 18, 1959
				136578 (MSN 487) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4103
				136579 (MSN 488) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4104.  Registered N3880N assigned Apr 13, 1983, ntu?, 
					cancelled Apr 30, 2011. Scrapped Hemet-Ryan, CA
				136580 to MASDC as 1S0420 Aug 15, 1973
				136582 (MSN 491) Tanker # California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE)
					Registered N413DF, cancelled May 1985. Not converted. Reported 1984 stored at Sequoia, CA
				136583 (MSN 492) to MASDC as 1S0742 Mar 5, 1979.  Registered N425DF as a TS-2A Jul 17, 1985, cancelled 
					Sep 2, 1998. Not converted. Tanker # California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE)
					Reported Jul 2001 stored at Western International Aviation, Tucson, AZ
				136586 (MSN 495) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4105
				136587 (MSN 496) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4106
				136588 to MASDC as 1S0302 Oct 15, 1970
				136589 with VS-23 on CVS-10 Apr 15, 1960
				136590 with VS-23 on CVS-10 Apr 15, 1960
				136594 (MSN 503) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4107. Registration N216AK assigned Jan 27, 1978 but 
					ntu, cancelled Feb 11, 2011. Tanker # 173 [ntu]	State of Alaska
				136595 to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4108, Registration N207AK assigned Jan 27, 1978 but ntu, 
					cancelled Feb 16, 2011.  Tanker # 180 [ntu] State of Alaska
				136596 with VS-23 on CVS-10 Apr 15, 1960
				136597 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				136599 with VS-23 on CVS-10 Apr 15, 1960
				136600 (MSN 509) to MASDC as 1S0751 Apr 24, 1980.  Conair Aviation Ltd, Abbotsford BC c1984
					Converted to Conair Firecat. 	MSN 022 Tanker # 71.  Registered C-GHPJ as a S2F-1, Apr 1986, cancelled 
					Sep 24, 1991.  Registered C-GHPJ as a Conair Firecat Apr 2, 2002, current.  
					Stored with Conair at Abbotsford, BC
				136602 (MSN 511) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4109.
				136603 (MSN 512) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4110
				136604 to MASDC as 1S0321 Nov 20, 1970
				136607 with VS-23 on CVS-10 Apr 15, 1960
				136608 with VS-23 on CVS-10 Apr 15, 1960
				136610 with VS-38
				136613 (MSN 522) assigned to VS-32.  To MASDC.  Returned to service.  Back to MASDC Sep 29, 1978 as 1S725.
					Registered N426DF May 21, 1985, cancelled May 4, 1999.
					Tanker # California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE)
					Converted by Marsh Aviation as a type S2F-3T Turbo Tracker. First flight Nov 21, 1986
					Registered N613MA May 4, 1999, current.  Tanker # 180	California Department of Forestry and Fire 
					Protection (CAL FIRE).  Stored with Marsh Aviation at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ. Noted May 2009
				136616 (MSN 525) modified to US-2A
				136618 (MSN 527) registered N425DF Jan 23, 1974, cancelled May 1985. Not converted. Reported 1984 stored at 
					Fresno Air Terminal, CA.  Tanker # 	California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE)
					Converted to Conair Firecat. 	MSN 031 Tanker # 75.  Registered C-FEFX as a S2F-1, Apr 26, 1989, 
					cancelled Oct 11, 1991.  Registered C-FEFX as a Conair Firecat Apr 2, 2002, current.  
					Stored with Conair at Abbotsford, BC
				136619 (MSN 528) to MASDC as 1S0768 Oct 15, 1981.  Registered N31972 Aug 25, 1997, expired Jun 30, 2012  
					To Nighthawk Air Systems of Miami, FL as N31972.
				136620 (MSN 529) to Royal Thai Navy Nov 29, 1971 as 620, later as 108.  WFU and stored at U-Tapao Jan 1999
				136621 (MSN 530) w/o May 22, 1961.  Also quoted as w/o Jun 29, 1964.  Did not go to Royal Thai Navy
				136623 with VS-29 on CVS-33 Jan 5, 1960
				136624 nose section on display in main hanger at Oakland Aviation
					Museum (formerly Western Aerospace Museum)
				136630 with VS-21 at KT Jan 5, 1960
				136632 to MASDC as 1S0116 Aug 29, 1966
				136633 with VS-38
				136634 (MSN 543) Registered N414DF Dec73, cancelled Dec 23, 1981.  Tanker # 24; 94 California Department of 
					Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE).  Crashed near Grass Valley, CA, Jun 29, 1976
				136635 with  VS-21 on CVS-33 Jan 5, 1960
				136636 (MSN 545) to MASDC as 1S0735 Jan 31, 1979. Registered N31972 Oct 1, 1993, currently registered to Rick Clemens.
 					With American Warbird Co, Suisun City, CA as N7141D
				136638 to MASDC as 1S0103 Jun 20, 1966
				136639 (MSN 548) registered N451DF May 21, 1985, cancelled Aug 18, 1988.
					Tanker # California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE)
					Crashed Jun 19, 1992 at Rail Road Flat, CA
					[ASN does not quote a MSN for the N451DF crash aircraft; other reports quote tanker #92]
					[N451DF was reserved Aug 29, 1988 by the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection. No 
					other aircraft with this registration identified]
				136640 (MSN 549) registered N410DF c1974, cancelled May 1985. Reported 1984 as a spare with Sis-Q at Santa 
					Rosa, CA.  Tanker # California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE).  Scrapped 
					at Santa Rosa, CA.
				136641 (MSN 550) to TS-2A.  Registered N427DF Jul 17, 1985, cancelled Sep 2, 1998
					Tanker # 92	California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE)
					Crashed Jun 19, 1992 at Columbia, CA. Accident occurred during fire fighting operations. AT-92 made a 
					stable and level approach to the drop zone. While on climb out, the aircraft was observed to impact 
					trees, start a roll to the left, and then impact the ground in a nearly inverted position. 
				136642 with VS-29 on CVS-33 Jan 5, 1960 
				136643 (MSN 552) to MASDC as 1S0731 Dec 11, 1978.  Registered N6535N Jan 8, 1991, cancelled May 10, 1991 on 
					export to Canada.  Registered C-FKHB May 1991, cancelled.  To Conair Aviation Ltd, Abbotsford BC May 1991. 
					Scrapped at Abbotsford Aug 2004
				136644 with VS-37 on CV-10 Jan 19, 1959
				136648 (MSN 557) to Royal Thai Navy Nov 29, 1971 as 648. 
				136649 with VS-37 on CV-10 Jan 19, 1959 
				136652 with VS-37 on CV-10 Jan 19, 1959
				136656 with VS-37 on CV-10 Jan 19, 1959
				136658 (MSN 567) converted to Conair Firecat. MSN 026	Tanker # 12	Sécurité Civile.
					Registered C-GYQS c1987, cancelled Mar 1987.  Registered F-WEOK Mar 1987; Registered F-ZBDA Mar 1987 to 
					Sécurité Civile. Registered F-WEOK Sep 1991. Converted to Conair Turbo Firecat. Tanker # 12 Sécurité Civile
					Registered C-FOKN Jul 29, 1992, cancelled Oct 16, 1992 on export to France.  
					Registered F-WEOK Sep 1992	Registered F-ZBAP Sep 1992 to Sécurité Civile
				136659 with VS-37 on CV-10 Jan 19, 1959
				136660 (MSN 569) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4111.  Registration N215AK assigned Jan 27, 1978 but ntu, 
					cancelled Feb 16, 2011. Stripped for parts and derelict Kanoya AFB, Japan by Mar 1979
					Tanker # 174 [ntu] State of Alaska
				136661 (MSN 570) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4112, Registration N218AK assigned Jan 27, 1978 but ntu, 
					cancelled Feb 16, 2011.  Tanker # 171 [ntu] State of Alaska
				136662 to MASDC as 1S0097 Jul 9, 1966
				136663 (MSN 572) registered N453DF Sep 13, 1974, cancelled Jul 29, 2002. Reported 1984 stored at Fresno Air 
					Terminal, CA. Currently stored at Sacramento, CA.  Tanker # 91; 86 California Department of Forestry and 
					Fire Protection (CAL FIRE)
				136664 wih VS-21 on CVS-33 Jan 5, 1960
				136665 (MSN 574) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4113, WFU and stored at Kanoya AFB, Japan
					Registered N665MA Dec 30, 1987, current.  Stored with Marsh Aviation at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ. Noted May 2009
				136666 (MSN 575) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4114, Registered N5830H Dec 7, 1984, current. 
					Stored with Marsh Aviation at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ. Noted May 2009
 				136667 (MSN 576) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4115.
				136668 (MSN 577) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4116, Registered N5830D Dec 7, 1984, current. 
					Stored with Marsh Aviation at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ. Noted May 2009
				136669 (MSN 578) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4117, Registration N212AK assigned Jan 27, 1978 but ntu, 
					cancelled 16Feb 16, 2011. Stripped for parts and derelict Kanoya AFB, Japan by Mar 1979
					Tanker # 177 [ntu] State of Alaska
				136670 (MSN 579) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4118, Registration N3933C assigned May 18,1983 but ntu, 
					cancelled May 9, 2011. Noted at Hemet-Ryan, CA, May 1993
				136671 (MSN 580) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4119.
				136672 (MSN 581) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4120.
				136673 (MSN 582) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4121.
				136674 (MSN 583) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4122.
				136675 (MSN 584) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4123.
				136676 (MSN 585) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4124.  Registration N213AK assigned Jan 27, 1978 but ntu, 
					cancelled 16Feb 16, 2011. Stripped for parts and derelict Kanoya AFB, Japan by Mar 1979.
					Registration N3933D assigned May 18, 1983 but ntu, cancelled Mar 17, 2011.  Tanker # 176 [ntu] State of Alaska	
				136677 (MSN 586) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4125
				136678 (MSN 587) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4126
				136679 (MSN 588) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4127.  Noted at Hemet-Ryan, CA, May93
				136680 (MSN 589) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4128
				136681 (MSN 590) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4129.  Registration N217AK assigned Jan 27, 1978 but ntu, 
					cancelled Feb 16, 2011.  Tanker # 172 [ntu] State of Alaska.
				136682 (MSN 591) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4130
				136683 to MASDC as 1S0158 Oct 8, 1968
				136688 (MSN 597) to Royal Thai Navy Nov 29, 1971 as 688, later as 109, reserialled 1107.  WFU and
					stored at U-Tapao 
				136691 (MSN 600) registered N36AM Jan 1986, cancelled Aug 14, 2013
					to USS Hornet Museum, Alameda, CA, Sep 2000. Displayed on board carrier USS Hornet
				136693 (MSN 603) to MASDC as 1S0225 May 21, 1970.  Noted with Consolidated Aeronautics Corp, Tucson in 1983.
				136694 to MASDC as 1S0146 May 21, 1968
				136695 to MASDC as 1S0094 Jul 8, 1966
				136696 to MASDC as 1S0145 Mar 15, 1968
				136699 to MASDC as 1S0086 Jul 6, 1966
				136700 to MASDC as 1S0144 Mar 3, 1968
				136701 with VS-37 on CV-10 Jan 19, 1959
				136702 to MASDC as 1S0160 Oct 16, 1968
				136704 (MSN 613) to TS-2A.  Registered N416DF Jul 1, 1985, cancelled Feb 4, 1999. 
					Tanker # 96	California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE)
					Destroyed Oct 5, 1998 during a collision with mountainous terrain near Banning, California.
				136706 to MASDC as 1S0082 Jun 24, 1966
				136708 (MSN 617) to MASDC as 1S0348 Mar 24, 1971To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. Last noted May 2010
				136712 (MSN 621) Converted to Conair Firecat MSN 025 Tanker # 11	Sécurité Civile.
					Registered C-GYQY c1987, cancelled Mar 1987.  Registered F-WEOJ Mar 1987; Registered F-ZBEW May 1987 
					to Sécurité Civile.  Registered F-WEOL Sep 1993.  Converted to Conair Turbo Firecat. Tanker # 11 Sécurité Civile
					Registered C-FSPK Jun 16, 1994, cancelled Jul 28, 1994 on export to France.  
					Registered F-WEOL Jul 1994.  Registered F-ZBEW Jul 1994 to Sécurité Civile
				136713 with VS-37 on CVS-12 Jan 19, 1959
				136715 (MSN 624) Registered N415DF cDec 1973, cancelled Mar 16, 1989.
					Tanker # 77	California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE)
					Crashed Jun 29, 1986 Training flight; stalled after water drop. Suspect simulated engine failure 
					practice being given
				136716 with VS-38
				136717 (MSN 626) Converted to Conair Firecat MSN 024 Tanker # 10	Sécurité Civile.
					Registered C-GHPV Aug86, cancelled Nov 18, 1986.  Registered F-WDQD Aug86; Registered F-ZBBL Aug 1986 to 
					Sécurité Civile.  Registered F-WEOJ c1990.  Converted to Conair Turbo Firecat Tanker # 19	Sécurité Civile
					Registered C-FTFC Apr 12, 1991, cancelled Jul 9, 1991 on export to France.  
					Registered F-WEOK Jul 1991. Registered F-ZBBL Jul 1991 to Sécurité Civile.
					Crashed Jul 19, 2005 at Taradeau, Var, France
				136718 to MASDC as 1S0143 Feb 22, 1968
				136719 (MSN 628) to MASDC as 1S0762 to MASDC as Apr 16, 1981.  Registered N8115M Apr 19, 1995, current, 
					registered Mar 20,2013 to the Legacy Flight Museum, Rexburg, ID
				136720 with VS-38 on CVS-12 Jul 18, 1959
				136722 (MSN 631) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4131.  Preserved at the Kanoya Naval Air Base 
					Museum, Kagoshima, Japan
				136723 (MSN 632) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4132, Registered N327MA 25Apr86, current. 
					Stored with Marsh Aviation at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ. Noted May 2009
				136724 (MSN 633) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4133, Registered N724MA Nov 19, 1987, current. 
					Stored with Marsh Aviation at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ. Noted May 2009
				136725 (MSN 634) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4134.
				136726 (MSN 635) to MASDC as 1S0714 May 24, 1978. Registered N428DF registered Jul 17, 1985, cancelled Sep 2, 1998. 
					Not converted.  Tanker # 154 California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE)
					Reported Jul 2001 stored at Western International Aviation, Tucson, AZ
				136727 to Italian AF as MM136727
				136728 to Italian AF as MM136728
				136729 (MSN 638) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4135, WFU and stored at Kanoya AFB, Japan
					Registered N729MA Jul 25, 1986, current. Not converted. Stored with Marsh Aviation at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ. 
					Noted May 2009
				136730 (MSN 639) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4136,  Stored with Marsh Aviation at Falcon Field, 
					Mesa, AZ. Noted Aug 1986. [not reported May 2009]
				136731 (MSN 640) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4137.  Converted to S2F-U target tug as 9153.
				136732 (MSN 641) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4138.  Stored with Marsh Aviation at Falcon Field, 
					Mesa, AZ. Noted Aug 1986. [not reported May 2009]
				136734 to Italian AF as MM136734
				136735 to Italian AF as MM136735
				136736 (MSN 645) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4139, WFU and stored at Kanoya AFB, Japan
					Registered N736MA May 21, 1986, current.  Tanker # 154 California Department of Forestry and Fire 
					Protection (CAL FIRE).  Stored with Marsh Aviation at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ. Noted May 2009
				136737 (MSN 646) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4140.  WFU and stored at Kanoya AFB, Japan
					Registered N773MA Nov 24, 1987, current. Not converted.  Stored with Marsh Aviation at Falcon Field, 
					Mesa, AZ. Noted May 2009
				136738 (MSN 647) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4141
				136739 (MSN 648) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4142
				136740 (MSN 649) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4143, WFU and stored at Kanoya AFB, Japan
					Registered N740MA Nov 19, 1987, current. Not converted. Stored with Marsh Aviation at Falcon Field, Mesa, 
					AZ. Noted May 2009
				136741 to Italian AF as MM136741
				136742 (MSN 651) to Italian AF as MM136742.  Crashed Sep 24, 1965 Capri (Napoli). Crashed in water during training
				136743 (MSN 652) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4144, WFU and stored at Kanoya AFB, Japan
					Registered N743MA Nov 19, 1987, current. Not converted.  Stored with Marsh Aviation at Falcon Field, 
					Mesa, AZ. Noted May 2009
				136744 (MSN 653) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4145.
				136745 (MSN 654) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4146.  Not converted. Noted stored at Compton, CA, 
					Nov 1983. Noted derelict at Hemet-Ryan, CA, May 1993. Preserved at the CDF Fire Attack Base memorial park, 
					Hemet-Ryan, CA. Displayed as CDF tanker #70
				136746 (MSN 655) to Japan Maritime Self Defense Force as 4147, WFU and stored at Kanoya AFB, Japan
					Registered N746MA May 21, 1986, current. Converted by Marsh Aviation as first production Turbo Tracker. 
					Tanker # 47, later 155 California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE)
					Stored with Marsh Aviation at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ. Noted May 2009
				136747 (MSN 656) to MASDC as 1S0345 Mar 9, 1971.  Registered N437DF Feb 1, 1974, cancelled May 1985. Not 
					converted. Reported 1984 stored at Fresno Air Terminal, CA
					Tanker # California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE)
					Converted to Conair Turbo Firecat. MSN 032 Tanker # 17	Sécurité Civile
					Registered C-FFQM Jul 12, 1989, cancelled Aug 17, 1989 on export to France.  
					Registered F-WEOK Aug 1989. Registered F-ZBFE Jul 1991 to Sécurité Civile
					Crashed Aug 20, 2005 at Ardeches, France
136748/136782		Grumman TF-1 Trader
				Model G96.  MSN 1/35.  Designation changed to C-1A in 1962.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com  
				136748 (MSN 1) first flight Jan 19, 1955.  Delivered to US Navy Jan 28, 1955.  To MASDC as 7C0016 Apr 30, 1985.  
					Allocated registration N6194K Feb 9, 1993 to National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.  Registration 
					cancelled Jan 16, 2002.  Never left AMARC.  
				136750 (MSN 3) to MASDC as 7C0001
				136752 (MSN 5)  to MASDC as 7C0005 Apr 9, 1980.  To J. C. Janes and Associates, Inc May 22, 1990 as N71456, current.
					Operated by the Lauridsen Aviation Museum, Buckeye Airport, Buckeye, AZ
				136753 (VA-24) missing together with C-1 136772 during flight from Palma to Sigonella (date quoted as
					either Nov 23, 1983 or Nov 29, 1983
				136754 at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
				136756 (MSN 9) to MASDC as 7C0031 Oct 20, 1986.  Allocated registration N61934 Feb 9, 1993 to National Museum 
					of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.  Registration cancelled Jan 16, 2002.  Never left AMARC.
				136760 (MSN 13) to MASDC as 7C0013 May 22, 1984.  To the United Aero Corporation yard at Tucson, AZ. 
					Last noted May10
				136763 (MSN 16) to MASDC as 7C0004 May 22, 1979.  Allocated registration N61932 Feb 9, 1993 to National Museum of 
					Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.  Registration cancelled Jan  16, 2002.  Never left AMARC.  Acquired by 
					Brazilian Navy in 2010 for conversion to S-2T Turbo Tracker configuration.  To the United Aero Corporation 
					yard at Tucson, AZ. Last noted Oct 2012
				136764 (VRC-40) crashed on Crete while returning on COD mission to USS Wasp Aug 12, 1968.  3 killed.
				136766  (MSN 19) to MASDC as 7C0022 Apr 23, 1986.  Registered N6193Z to the National Museum of Naval Aviation 
					Feb 9, 1993, registered to Air Power Inc Feb 1, 1995, cancelled Jan 3, 2011.  Registered N6193Z Apr 30, 2013, 
					current with the Cactus Air Force, Carson City, NV
				136767 on USS Yorktown Jan 5, 1960
				136768 on USS Kearsarge Jan 15, 1960
				136771 with VR-21 on CV-31 Feb 21, 1959
				136772 (VA-24) missing together with C-1 136753 during flight from Palma to Sigonella (date quoted as
					either Nov 23, 1983 or Nov 29, 1983
				136773 (MSN 26) to MASDC as 7C0008 Oct 26, 1981 Registered N6193N to the National Museum of Naval Aviation 
					Feb 9, 1993, current registered to TRE Aviation Corporation
				136774 with VR-29 at KT Aug 8, 1960
				136775 with FASRON 118 at KT Nov 3, 1959
				136778 (MSN 31) to MASDC as 7C0034.  Registered N61920 to the National Museum of Naval Aviation Feb 9, 1993, 
					cancelled.  Registered N778SR Feb 15, 1994, current
				136780 (MSN 33) to MASDC as 7C0002 Apr 19, 1978.  Reported Jun 2002 stored at Western International Aviation, 
					Tucson, AZ.  Scrapped at Tucson, AZ.  Cockpit stored at Santa Clara, CA
				136781 (MSN 34) to MASDC as 7C0018 Sep 24, 1985. Registered N475AM 9May86, current registered to the Pacific 
					Coast Air Museum
136783			Grumman TF-1Q Trader
				MSN 36.  Model G-96.  Designation changed to EC-1A in 1962.  To MASDC as 7C0006 Apr 18, 1980.  Reported Jun 2002 
					stored at Western International Aviation, Tucson, AZ
136784			Grumman TF-1 Trader
				MSN 37.  Model G-96.  Designation changed to C-1A in 1962.  Crashed into sea during catapult
					launch from USS Independence (CVA-62) sep 12, 1965 in S. China Sea.
					9 rescued, one killed.  
136785			Grumman TF-1Q Trader
				MSN 38.  Model G-96.  Designation changed to EC-1A in 1962.
136786			Grumman TF-1 Trader 
				MSN 39.  Model G-96.  Designation changed to C-1A in 1962.  To MASDC as 7C0024 Jun 5, 1986.  
					Registration N32619 reserved Jan 5, 1994Registered N32619 to the National Museum of Naval Aviation 
					Feb 23, 1994, cancelled Jan 16, 2002
136787/136788		Grumman TF-1Q Trader 
				Model G-96.  Designation changed to EC-1A in 1962.  
				136787 (MSN 40)  redesignated C-1A.  Crashed on logistic flight from USS
					Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN-69) to Souda Bay, Crete Apr 2, 1982.
					All 11 onboard killed.
				136788 (MSN 41) redesignated C-1A.  to MASDC as 7C0011 May 18, 1983. 
					Registered N788RR Apr 1986, cancelled.  Registered N6788 Apr 1991, expired Jun 30, 2013
136789/136792		Grumman TF-1 Trader 
				Model G-96.  MSN 42/45. Designation changed to C-1A in 1962.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
				136789 (MSN 42) to MASDC as 7C0018
				136790 (MSN 43) preserved at the Florence Air & Missile Museum, Florence Regional Airport, Florence, SC. 
					The museum closed in December 1997.  Preserved as gate guard at Grissom Air Museum, Peru, IN
					Now the Grissom Air Reserve Base
				136791 (MSN 44) to MASDC as 7C0009 May 9, 1982.  Registered N26GH May 1991, cancelled.  Registered as N27PH 
					Sep 29, 1994.  Crashed with Fuel Services, Inc near Skwentna, Alaska Oct 15, 2012 when collided with 
					tree-covered terrain   Pilot killed. 
				136792 (MSN 45) converted to prototype for WF-2 Tracer AEW.  First flight Dec 17, 1956.  Radome later removed.  
					Now at Quonset Air Museum, North Kingston, RI.
136793/136886		Lockheed TV-2
				Assigned USAF serial numbers 53-2687/2780 for administrative purposes.
				Redesignated T-33B in 1962.
				136804 went down in Great Lakes Nov 15, 1956.  Plane and pilot never found.
				136810 to MASDC as 3T0304 Apr 2, 1975.  Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
136887/136911		Cessna OE-1 Bird Dog 
				Redesignated O-1B in 1962
				136887 (MSN 22741) ex 53-508.  Registered as N19J
136912/136963		Vought F7U-3M Cutlass
				Cancelled contract
136964/136965		Vought F7U-3P Cutlass
				cancelled contract 
136966/137032		McDonnell F3H-2N Demon  
				Redesignated F-3C in 1962
				136966 MSN 151 
				136967/137012 MSN 160/205
					136969 with VF-114 on CV-38 Jun 13, 1959
					136973 (VF-121) crashed on approach to NAS Miramar May 16, 1961.  Pilot killed
					136976 with VF-114 on CV-38 Jun 13, 1959
					136979 with VF-114 on CV-38 Jun 13, 1959
					136983 with VF-114 on CV-38 Jun 13, 1959
					136987 with VF-114 on CV-38 Jun 13, 1959
					136988 suffered engine failure and pilot ejected Oct 39, 1957 over western Pacific ocean.  Pilot 
						recovered by helicopter
				137013 MSN 212.  Crashed into ramp while attempting landing on USS Saratoga Mar 7, 1958
				137014 MSN 215
				137015 MSN 218
				137016 MSN 221
				137017 MSN 224
				137018 MSN 227
				137019 MSN 230
				137020 MSN 233
				137021 MSN 236
				137022 MSN 239
				137023 MSN 242
				137024 MSN 245
				137025 MSN 248
				137026 MSN 251
				137027 MSN 254
				137028 MSN 257
				137029 MSN 260
				137030 MSN 263
				137031 MSN 266
				137032 MSN 269
137033/137095		McDonnell F3H-2M Demon
				Redesignated MF-3B in 1962
				137033/137040 MSN 152/159
					137033 with VF-61 at NAS Oceana
				137041/137046 MSN 206/211
				137047/137048 MSN 213/214
				137049/137050 MSN 216/217
				137051/137052 MSN 219/220
				137053/137054 MSN 222/223
				137055/137056 MSN 225/226
				137057/137058 MSN 228/229
				137059/137060 MSN 231/232
				137061/137062 MSN 234/235
				137063/137064 MSN 237/238
				137065/137066 MSN 240/241
				137067/137068 MSN 243/244
				137069/137070 MSN 246/247
				137071/137072 MSN 249/250
				137073/137074 MSN 252/253
				137075/137076 MSN 255/256
				137077/137078 MSN 258/259
				137079/137080 MSN 261/262
				137081/137082 MSN 264/265
				137083/137084 MSN 267/268
				137085/137095 MSN 270/280
				137050 with VF-112 on CV-14 Dec 29, 1959
				137056 on CV-14 Dec 29, 1958
				137063 (VF-24) engine shut down during landing at Kirtland AFB May 25, 1958 and crashed.  Pilot ejected safely.
				137067 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				137073 (VF-24) suffered explosive compressor stall shortly after catapult from USS Lexington (CVA-16) and crashed into
					ocean Aug 1, 1958.  Pilot OK
				137077 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				137078 (MSN 259) seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  Now at National Museum of Naval Aviation , Pensacola FL
				137090 with VF-112 on CV-14 Dec 22, 1958
137096/137131		McDonnell F3H-1 Demon
				Cancelled contract
137132/137155		McDonnell F3H-2P Demon
				Contract cancelled
137156/137215		McDonnell F3H-1 Demon
				Cancelled contract
137216/137245		Grumman F10F-1 Jaguar
				Cancelled contract
137246/137485		North American SNJ-8 
				MSN 198-1/240.  Cancelled contract.  Also designated TJ-8
137486/137491		Goodyear ZS2G-1 
137492/137632		Douglas AD-6 Skyraider
				MSN 10568/10708.  Single-seat day attack version.  Redesignated A-1H in 1962.
				137492 (VMA-251) pilot forced to parachute to safety due to engine fire Jun 27, 1956.
					Crashed about 100 mi NW of Tokyo, Japan.
				137493 to South Vietnam AF
				137496 to USAF as 52-137496.
				137499 to South Vietnam AF
				137502 to South Vietnam AF
				137506 to South Vietnam AF
				137512 to USAF as 52-137512. 
				137516 (VA-215) crashed in to sea near Hon Me Island off Thanh Hoa Province Noeth Vietnam in The Gulf of Tonkin
					Mar 21, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
				137517 to South Vietnam AF
				137519 to South Vietnam AF
				137520 to USAF as 52-137520.
				137521 (VA-25) shot down by AAA 10 mi Southwest of Thanh Hoa, Thanh Hoa Province, North Vietnam Jun 10, 1965.
					Pilot KIA
				137523 (VA-25) crashed in Gulf of Tonkin due to technical fault Jun 25, 1965.  Pilot survived.
				137532 to South Vietnam AF
				137534 (VA-165) hit by AAA near Vinh Son 10 Miles West of Mu Ron Ma, Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam
					Sep 2, 1966.  Was about to fly out to Gulf of Tonkin where pilot bailed out and was rescued by
					Navy helicopter.
				137535 to South Vietnam AF
				137539 to USAF as 52-137539.
				137540 to South Vietnam AF.  Also reported as being lost at sea with VA-65 from USS Midway (CV-41) Jul 25, 1958, 
					pilot killed.
				137543 to USAF as 52-137543.
				137545 (VA-215) hit by ground fire a few miles south of Mu Gia Pass, Khammouan Province, Laos Apr 27, 1965.  
					Was able to fly to within 2 miles of Nakhon Phanom, Thailand, where pilot bailed out and was rescued
				137546 to USAF as 52-137546.
				137551 to South Vietnam AF
				137552 to USAF as 52-137552.
				137554 to South Vietnam AF
				137558 (MSN 10634) to South Vietnam AF
				137559 to USAF as 52-137559.
				137560 to South Vietnam AF
				137564 to South Vietnam AF
				137566 (VA-152) hit by AAA 35 Miles Southeast of Vinh, Nghe An Province, North Vietnam Nov 9, 1965.  Was able
					to fly out to Gulf of Tonkin where pilot ditched the plane a few miles offshore and was rescued by
					Navy helicopter as North Vietnames boats were approaching him.
				137575 (VA-25) ditched in South China Sea after engine failure during approach to USS Coral Sea Aug 19, 1967.  Pilot killed
				137576 (VA-215) shot down by small arms fire near Ban Senphan, Khammouan Province, Laos Apr 29, 1966.  Pilot KIA
				137584 (VA-215) shot down by AAA over City of Ron, Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam Mar 31, 1965.  Pilot KIA
				137587 to Cambodian AF by 1972.
				137589 (VA-215) shot down by AAA 35 Miles South of Vinh, Nghe An Province, North Vietnam Mar 5, 1966.  Pilot KIA.
				137590 (VA-52) suffered hydraulic failure over Gulf Of Tonkin Nov 16, 1965.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
				137597 to South Vietnam AF
				137601 to USAF as 52-137601.
				137602 at NAS Lemoore, marked as 135300.
				137609 to South Vietnam AF
				137610 (VA-152) suffered gyro failure while flying through thunderstorm 15 miles north of Hon Mat Island off The coast 
					of Ha Tinh Province, North Vietnam in The Gulf of Tonkin Oct 5, 1966.  Pilot or plane not seen again.
				137612 to USAF as 52-137612.
				137620 to USAF as 52-137620.
				137621 (VA-52) suffered engine failure over Gulf of Tonkin Dec 1, 1965.  Pilot bailed out and was 
					rescued by Navy helicopter.
				137622 to USAF as 52-137622.  
				137629 (VA-152) shot down by AAA 25 Miles Southwest of Thanh Hoa, Thanh Hoa Province, North Vietnam
					Oct 8, 1966.  Pilot KIA.
137633			Serial number not assigned
137634/137635		Convair XF2Y-1 Sea Dart
				137634 was at Paul Garber facility, Suitland, Maryland.  Now at Udvar-Hazy center, NASM
				137635 cancelled
137636/137637		North American T-28B Trojan
				MSN 199-1/2.  Two USAF T-28As converted and acquired by Navy for evaluation.
				137636 was originally 51-7527 (MSN 174-380) and transferred to US Navy Jun 3, 1955.
				137637 was originally 51-7528 (MSN 174-381) and transferred to US Navy Mar 15, 1955
137638/137810		North American T-28B Trojan
				MSN 200-1/173.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
				Numerous T-28Bs converted to T-28D-10 for use in Southeast Asia.  R-1820 engine, wing strengthening, internal 
					ammunition storage in wing, faired gun pods, 3 ordnance pods under each wing.  Mod sequence numbers 401 to 450. 
				137638 (MSN 200-1) Assigned to 5th Naval District. Written off 28Jun60
				137639 (MSN 200-2) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 10Feb71
					Transferred to USAF as 55-137639
					To NAS Jacksonville, FL. SOC 14Sep71
					Converted to T-28D-10, line number 425
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force Apr 1972 as 55-137639/0-37639
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
				137640 (MSN 200-3) Manufactured 16Nov53
					Assigned to VT-6, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code 2P-224]
					To MASDC as 5T0196. SOC 24Feb83. BoS from USMC 30Oct89
					Registered N2206G 10Nov89; current [Dec15]
				137641 (MSN 200-4) Assigned to US Navy Reserve, NAS Grosse Ile, MI [code 7Y-641]
					Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL
					Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-741].
					On 24 February 1983, the aircraft had an engine failure shortly after takeoff, and force landed in a 
					field near NAS Corpus Christi, TX.  Transferred to USAF 
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Stored dismantled at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				137642 (MSN 200-5) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 4Jan65
				137643 (MSN 200-6) Assigned to Naval Air Facility (NAF), Andrews AFB, Washington, D.C.
					To MASDC21Nov69. Departed 26Feb70 to NARF Pensacola, FL   Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 20Jul78
					Donated by Texas State Agency for Surplus Property to Coastal Bend Council of Governments (Corpus Christi, TX) 
					for fire fighting training.
					Registered N80473 to the Coastal Bend Council of Governments; cancelled 29Aug79
				137644 (MSN 200-7) To BWR FR, Columbus, OH. SOC 30Jan62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Feb62 as 137644.  Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron
					Redesignated 516th Fighter Squadron Jan63
					To Royal Lao Air Force May 1973 as 53-137644/0-37644. W/o 28May73 
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
					Assigned to Detachment 6, 4410th Combat Crew Training Squadron, 1st Air Commando Wing, Udorn RTAB, Thailand 
					for Operation Water Pump. 
				137645 (MSN 200-8) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX; Code D-316
					Loaned to US Forest Service c1962.  Registered N132Z 14Aug62; cancelled 9Mar78
					Used by Intermountain Aviation to train CIA pilots; noted Marana, AZ 1966-1974; returned to US Navy 1976
					To MASDC as 5T0057 5May76. Bought at DoD sale 20May82; BoS from USN 11Apr83
					Registered N70482 24Dec93; reregistered
					Registered N328RB 26Sep96; cancelled 13Jun07 as w/o at Oxnard, CA
					Damaged 27Apr07 in forced landing at Oxnard Beach, CA. The aircraft departed Camarillo Airport in a flight of 
					two for some formation type/sightseeing flying. Upon initial power reduction the engine began running rough. 
					Rough turned into missing and increased vibration. An oil contamination light illuminated and a decision was 
					made to return to Camarillo. Power continued to diminish and a decision was made to divert to Oxnard Airport. 
					Loss of altitude proceeded and the decision was further amended to land along Oxnard Beach three miles from 
					the approach end of Oxnard. The aircraft landed gear up without further incident. Damage to underside of 
					fuselage appeared minor at time of incident; the propeller was destroyed.
					Registration N328RB restored 21Nov07; current [Dec15].
				137646 (MSN 200-9) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 14Jan71
					Transferred to USAF as 54-137646.  To NAS Jacksonville, FL. SOC 20Jul71
					Converted to T-28D-10, line number 406
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 54-137646/0-37646
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
					Reported to Khmer Air Force Mar72 but unlikely [not listed in MAP/MEDTC reports]
				137647 (MSN 200-10) Assigned to VA-122, NAS Lemoore, CA. W/o 26May64
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force as 54-137647/137647.  Assigned to 516th Fighter Squadron
					To Royal Lao Air Force 1965 as 54-137647/0-37647. W/o 17Mar72; shot down at long Tieng, pilot ejected 
					prior to crashing, and was picked up.
				137648 (MSN 200-11) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-702]. SOC 9May83
					Transferred to USAF.   Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Stored dismantled at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				137649 (MSN 200-12) Assigned to MCAS Beaufort, SC
					To MASDC as 5T0090 21Nov76. SOC 29May78.   Transferred to USAF 
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Bought at DoD sale 20May82. 
					Registered N825VW to Vintage Warbirds 6Dec06; current [Dec15]
					Stored at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				137650 (MSN 200-13) Assigned to BTU-2, NAAS Corry Field, NC [code CA-17]
					Transferred to US Marine Corps
					Assigned to SOES-12 [Station Operations and Engineer Squadron], MCAS Quantico, VA. Crashed 25Jun64
				137651 (MSN 200-14) Assigned to VA-122, NAS Lemoore, CA [code NJ-291]
					Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-710]. SOC 15Nov82.  Transferred to USAF 
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Stored dismantled at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				137652 (MSN 200-15) Assigned to US Naval Test Pilot School, Patuxent River, MD
					To MASDC as 5T0170 14Sep78. SOC 15Sep78
					To US Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL. BoS from US Naval Aviation Museum 3Mar86
					Registered N652AS 10Jul87; expired 1Jul08; cancelled 14Jun13
				137653 (MSN 200-16) Assigned to NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 13Mar79
				137654 (MSN 200-17) Assigned to BTG-7, NAS Memphis, TN. Crashed 10Dec58
				137655 (MSN 200-18) Assigned to VT-6, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code E-242]
					To MASDC as 5T0182 Oct 12, 1978.  Later TA0008. SOC 13Dec78
					To the USAF Museum for preservation. BoS from USAF Museum 10Nov92
					Registered N261FM 16Jun94; expired 30Jun12
					Substantially damaged 3Jun04 at Tampa North Aero Park, FL. The airplane was observed to depart from 
					runway 32, and according to one witness, about 6 seconds after takeoff, "something small and 
					rather dark fell from the plane." Another witness stated that a tarp of some kind came out from the plane." 
					The airplane was then observed to roll left, and pitch down. The flight duration 
					from takeoff to the time of the accident was estimated to be approximately 15-20 seconds. The airplane 
					crashed into a wooded area, and the pilot was killed. Examination of the wreckage, accident site, and 
					departure end of the runway by an FAA inspector revealed several pieces of Plexiglas as well as the "Hinge, 
					Engine side cowl forward" from the engine cowl assembly left hand 
					side were found near the departure end of runway 32. Examination of the wreckage revealed the left hand 
					side engine cowling was found farthest from the main wreckage, and a 
					gash was noted in the vertical stabilizer from the leading edge aft to the main spar. Examination of 
					the rear canopy revealed the Plexiglas was fractured with orange paint transfer 
					near the fracture surface. The left hand side engine cowling was noted to be mostly orange in color, and 
					was noted to have the "Hinge, Engine side cowl forward" and the aft 
					upper section of cowling separated. No evidence of engine pre-impact failure or malfunction was noted.
				137656 (MSN 200-19) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. Crashed 25Sep58
  				137657 (MSN 200-20) Assigned to MCAS Yuma, AZ [code FR-956]
					Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code 2G-322]
					To MASDC as 5T0019 21Oct74 to MASDC as 5T0019.  SOC 29May78
					Transferred to USAF as TA0159 28Oct81. BoS from USAF 27Jan82
					To Pima Air Museum. Sold 17Feb82.  Registered N3250D 15Nov82; reregistered
					Registered N228NA 14Jul11; current [Dec15]
				137658 (MSN 200-21) Assigned to Naval School All Weather Flight [NSAWF], NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code CC-658]
					Assigned to TAW-5, NAS Whiting Field, FL
					Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. Damaged beyond repair in an accident on 12 February 1977.
				137659 (MSN 200-22) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. Crashed 3Feb58 at NOLF Barin Field, FL
				137660 (MSN 200-23) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. Crashed 14Jun57.
				137661 (MSN 200-24) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 9Mar71.  Transferred to USAF
					To NAS Jacksonville, FL. SOC 18Oct71.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 439
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-106/14. SOC 14Aug84
					To Royal Thai Air Force Museum, Don Mueang, Bangkok, Thailand
				137662 (MSN 200-25) To MASDC as 5T0163 19Aug78.  SOC 20Aug78
					Transferred to US Marine Corps
					Assigned to SOES-12 [Station Operations and Engineer Squadron], MCAS Quantico, VA. BoS from USMC 30Oct89
					Registered N662WW 10Nov89; reregistered.  Registered N662BC 18Feb93; reregistered
					Registered N662WW 5May94; current [Dec15]
				137663 (MSN 200-26) Modified as a drone director, designated DT-28B
					Assigned to VU-3, Naval Missile Center, Point Mugu, CA [code UF-4]. [Sep60]
					Assigned to Overhaul and Repair (O&R), Bureau of Aeronautics (BUAER) Maintenance and Supply, Weapons (BUWEPS) 
					Fleet Reserve (FR), NAS Pensacola, FL, 15Aug64
					Assigned to Research, Development, Testing and Evaluation (RDT&E), Naval Ordnance Test Station (NOTS), 
					China Lake, CA, 22Apr65 
					Assigned to Overhaul and Repair (O&R), Bureau of Aeronautics (BUAER) Maintenance and Supply, Weapons (BUWEPS) 
					Fleet Reserve (FR), NAS Pensacola, FL, 13Sep67
					Assigned to Research and Testing (R&T), Naval Weapons Center (NWC), China Lake, CA, 17Nov67
					Assigned to Naval Air Rework Facility (NARF), Naval Air Station Pensacola, FL, 29Jun70. 
					Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-758]. [Oct80]
					To US Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL. Noted in external storage at the Naval Aviation Museum (Pensacola) 1983-84. 
					BoS from US Naval Aviation Museum 4Sep85
					Registered N137NA 1Oct85; current [Dec15]
					Damaged 26May91 when the nose landing gear shimmied then collapsed during takeoff.
				137664 (MSN 200-27) To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 15Nov72
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force 25Nov72 as 54-137664/0-37664
					To Thai-Am, Don Mueang, Bangkok. Believed declared uneconomical to repair
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 for spares use only
				137665 (MSN 200-28) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. Crashed 15Mar57
				137666 (MSN 200-29) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 4Mar71
					Transferred to USAF as 54-137666
					To NAS Jacksonville, FL. SOC 18Oct71.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 433
					To Royal Lao Air Force Oct 1971 as 54-137666/0-37666. W/o 12Jan73
					Probably used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
				137667 (MSN 200-30)  Assigned to VU-3, NAAS Brown Field, Otay Mesa, CA, 29Jan60 
					Modified as a drone director, designated T-28BD, redesignated 1962 as DT-28B
					Assigned to VU-3A, Naval Missile Center, Point Mugu, CA [code UF-6]
					Assigned to Research, Development, Testing and Evaluation (RDT&E), Naval Ordnance Test Station (NOTS), 
					China Lake, CA, 28Jul60
					Assigned to Research, Development, Testing and Evaluation (RDT&E), Naval Ordnance Test Station (NOTS), 
					China Lake, CA, 31Aug62
					Assigned to Overhaul and Repair (O&R), Bureau of Aeronautics (BUAER) Maintenance and Supply, Weapons (BUWEPS) 
					Fleet Reserve (FR), NAS Pensacola, FL, 29Dec62
					Assigned to Research, Development, Testing and Evaluation (RDT&E), Naval Air Facility, China Lake, CA, Jun63
					Assigned to Overhaul and Repair (O&R), Bureau of Aeronautics (BUAER) Maintenance and Supply, Weapons (BUWEPS) 
					Fleet Reserve (FR), NAS Pensacola, FL, 24Nov65
					Assigned to VU-3A, Naval Missile Center, Point Mugu, CA. W/o 14Jul70
				137668 (MSN 200-31) Transferred to US Marine Corps
					Assigned to FMFLANT, MCAS Quantico, VA [code BZ-02]
					Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 14Apr83
					Bailed to US Army. First report 15Mar83
					Test support aircraft from 15Jul85. Stored, last report 15Mar86
					To the USAF Museum for preservation. Loaned to Pima Air Museum, Tucson, AZ. BoS from USAF Museum 8Apr93
					Registered N228KM 23Jun95; reregistered.  Registered N228JK 4Aug00; current [Dec15]
				137669 (MSN 200-32) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL
					To MASDC 5Aug69. Departed 10Mar70 to NAS Pensacola, FL.  To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 5Mar83
					To the National Air and Space Museum [NASM]. BoS from Smithsonian Institution 17Dec85
					Registered N669RR 1Feb86; reregistered 
					Registered N137LS 7Dec89; current [Dec15]
				137670 (MSN 200-33) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. Crashed 6Dec58
				137671 (MSN 200-34) Transferred to US Marine Corps
					Assigned to MCAS Quantico, VA
					Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 7Dec70
					Transferred to USAF.  Converted to T-28D-10
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 11Dec71
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-109/15. SOC 14Aug84
					Preserved and on display at Radio Station 015, Chiang Rai, Thailand
					To Tango Squadron 1991.
				137672 (MSN 200-35)  Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 24Jan83
				137673 (MSN 200-36) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 17Feb71
					Transferred to USAF as 54-137673
					To NAS Jacksonville, FL. SOC 10Oct71.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 428
					To Royal Lao Air Force  as 54-137673/0-37673
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
					Reported to Khmer Air Force Feb73 but unlikely [not listed in MAP/MEDTC reports]. Cambodian 673 was 51-3673 [qv]
					Registered N80401 as a North American/Courtesy Aircraft T-28D with c/n 53-7673, 17Jan89; cancelled 6Sep12. 
					Reported as sold in Canada c1997
				137674 (MSN 200-37) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 19Feb71
					Transferred to USAF as 54-137674
					To NAS Jacksonville, FL. SOC 10Oct71.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 430
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 54-137674/0-37674
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
					W/o 9Mar73, believed shot down while attacking enemy troops approximately 75 km northeast of Paksane, Laos
				137675 (MSN 200-38) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 25Feb71
					Transferred to USAF as 54-137675
					To NAS Jacksonville, FL. SOC 18Oct71.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 432
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 54-137675/0-37675. W/o Aug72
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
				137676 (MSN 200-39) To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 13May80
				137677 (MSN 200-40) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 8Mar71
					Transferred to USAF as 54-137677
					To NAS Jacksonville, FL. SOC 18Oct71.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 438
					To Royal Lao Air Force  as 54-137677/0-37677. W/o Apr72
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
				137678 (MSN 200-41) Assigned to VT-6, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code E-206]. 
					with VT-6 crashed while performing touch-and-gos at Wolf Auxiliary Field Jan 4, 1982.
					To NARF Pensacola, FL. SOC 14Sep82
					Recovered 1993 in damaged condition from a scrap yard by Tom Reilly Vintage Aircraft, Kissimmee, FL, for restoration 
				137679 (MSN 200-42) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL 14Jun62
					To Overhaul and Repair (O&R), NAS Pensacola, FL, 11Jan65
					Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL 25Oct65
					To NAS Pensacola, FL, 10Aug72. SOC 15Nov72 
					Transferred to USAF as 51-137679
					To Royal Lao Air Force 1Dec72 as 51-137679/0-37679. SOC 1Jul74
					Assigned to Detachment 6, 4410th Combat Crew Training Squadron, 1st Air Commando Wing, Udorn RTAB, Thailand 
					for Operation Water Pump. 
					To Philippine Air Force c1974 as 51-137679/137679. Noted May98 broken up on the dump at Danilo Atienza AB, Philippines.  
				137680 (MSN 200-43) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 7Dec70
					Transferred to USAF
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 11Dec71.  Converted to T-28D-10
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-110/15
					Crashed 16Oct72 into Gulf of Pak Phanong, Nakhon Si Thammarat Province, Thailand.  One bailed out.
				137681 (MSN 200-44) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. Crashed 9Jul59
				137682 (MSN 200-45) To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 24Jan79
				137683 (MSN 200-46) Assigned to NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 21Dec82
					Transferred to USAF 
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Stored dismantled at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				137684 (MSN 200-47) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 7Dec70
					Transferred to USAF as 54-137684
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 11Dec71.  Converted to T-28D-10
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 54-137684/0-37684. W/o 25May73
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
				137685 (MSN 200-48) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 7Dec70
					Transferred to USAF
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 11Dec71. Converted to T-28D-10
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-111/15. SOC 14Aug84
					Preserved and displayed at the National Memorial, Pathum Thani, Bangkok, Thailand
					To Tango Squadron 1991
				137686 (MSN 200-49) Bailed to North American Aviation. Crashed 3Apr54
				137687 (MSN 200-50) To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 6May75
				137688 (MSN 200-51) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [Code D-744]. SOC 15Feb83
					To Pima Air Museum, Tucson, AZ 1993. Stored
				137689 (MSN 200-52) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX. Crashed 8Apr81
					Transferred to USAF 
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Stored dismantled at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				137690 (MSN 200-53) Assigned to Naval Air Facility (NAF), Andrews AFB, Washington, D.C. 
					To MASDC as 5T0169 30Oct76. SOC 29May78. Bought [in poor condition] at DoD sale 20May82
				137691 (MSN 200-54) Assigned to ATU-800, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code CD-034]
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 13Nov72
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force 25Nov72 as 54-137691/0-37691
					Crashed and destroyed by fire at Udorn, Thailand Apr74
				137692 (MSN 200-55) Assigned to ATU-800, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code CD-040]
					Assigned to NAS Norfolk, VA [1966]
					To MASDC as 5T0112 11Jan78 SOC 29May78, transferred to USAF Jan 12, 1981 as TA0156. 
					BoS from USAF 21Jul81.  Registered N1184N; reregistered
					Registered N237JB 24May89; cancelled 23Sep04 as "destroyed"
					Reported to have crashed in Canada on 15Aug98
				137693 (MSN 200-56) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 7Dec70
					Transferred to USAF as 54-137693
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Converted to T-28D-10.  To NAS Pensacola, FL 
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 54-137693/0-37693. W/o Sep72
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
				137694 (MSN 200-57) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL. Crashed 6Apr65
				137695 (MSN 200-58) Assigned to ATU-800, NAS Corpus Christi, TX. Crashed 23Jan55
				137696 (MSN 200-59) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code 2G-331]
					To MASDC as 5T0139 6Jan75. SOC 29May78
					Transferred to USAF as TA0158 28Oct81. BoS from USAF 27Jan82
					To Pima Air Museum, Tucson, AZ. Sold 28May82
					Registered N27556 14Jul82.  Registered N428B 10Feb83; current [Dec15]
					Shipped to Eslov, Sweden May08  
				137697 (MSN 200-60) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 17Feb71
					Transferred to USAF as 54-137697
					To NAS Jacksonville, FL. SOC 10Oct71.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 427
					To Royal Lao Air Force] as 54-137697/0-37697
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
					Taken over by the Lao People's Liberation Army Air Force (LPLAAF) as 3406, 1975
					Sold to user in Australia 1988. To the Royal Australian Navy Museum and stored at NAS Nowra, NSW, Australia
					To West Bend, WI, 1991.  To Victoria, BC, Canada for restoration 1999
 				137698 (MSN 200-61) To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 15Nov72
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force 25Nov72 as 54-137698/0-37698.  Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 54-137698/137698, possibly for spares. Noted dismantled at Villamor AB 1980-88
					Registered N2067A with c/n 54-137698, 12Sep89; cancelled 13Aug12
				137699 (MSN 200-62)  To NAS North Island, CA. Crashed 25Mar68 
				137700 (MSN 200-63) To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 15Nov72
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force 25Nov72 as 54-137700/137700
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 54-137700/137700
					Registered N20681 with c/n 54-137700, 12Sep89; current [Dec15]
					Stored dismantled at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				137701 (MSN 200-64) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 10Mar71
					Transferred to USAF as 54-137701
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 11Dec71.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 440
					To Royal Lao Air Force  as 54-137701/0-37701
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
					To Philippine Air Force c1974 as 54-137701/137701. DBR 1Dec89 at Sangley Point. For sale Sep02; noted at Clark AB 2003 
				137702 (MSN 200-65) To US Navy. SOC 20Apr72 
					Bailed to US Army 17Jul69.  Assigned to Edwards AFB, CA
					Operated by Army Aviation Engineering Flight Activity [AAEFA].   Had been bailed to US Army as chase plane 
					for Cheyenne helicopter.  The T-28 was deemed incapable of matching the Cheyenne's anticipated acceleration 
					and maneuverability. Retained for airspeed calibration testing and miscellaneous test support duties.
					To the USAF Museum for preservation
					Loaned to and on display at the Air Force Flight Test Center Museum Airpark, Edwards AFB, CA by 1988
				137703 (MSN 200-66) Assigned to NAS North Island, CA. Crashed 3Aug71
				137704 (MSN 200-67) Assigned to ATU-800, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [1955]
					Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 26Jan71.  Transferred to USAF
					To NAS Jacksonville, FL. SOC 20Aug71.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 417
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To Royal Khmer Aviation / Aviation Royale Khmere 
					21Nov71 as 55-137700/0-37704. Renamed Khmer Air Force Dec71
				137705 (MSN 200-68) Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. Crashed 18Mar60
				137706 (MSN 200-69) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-728]
					Assigned to Naval Air Rework Facility (NARF), Naval Air Station Pensacola, FL. SOC 24Jun83
					To US Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL. BoS from US Naval Aviation Museum 7Mar84
					Registered N4698S; current [Dec15]
				137707 (MSN 200-70) Assigned to ATU-801, NAAS Kingsville, TX [code KE-113]
					Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX 
					To MASDC as 5T0086 12Nov76. SOC 29May78.  Transferred to USAF 
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Bought at DoD sale 20May82
					Registered N833VW to Vintage Warbirds 6Dec06; current [Dec15]
					Stored at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				137708 (MSN 200-71) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 4Mar71.  Transferred to USAF
					To NAS Jacksonville, FL. SOC 18Oct71.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 435
					Possibly to Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-107/14 ? . W/o 23Feb72
				137709 (MSN 200-72) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 5Mar71.  Transferred to USAF
					To NAS Jacksonville, FL. SOC 18Oct71.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 437
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 54-137709/0-37709. W/o 12Apr73
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
				137710 (MSN 200-73) Assigned to NAAS Kingsville, TX. Crashed 27Jul55\
				137711 (MSN 200-74) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 7Dec70
					Transferred to USAF as 51-137711
					Assigned to 1st Air Commando Wing, Eglin AFB, FL.
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 14Jul73.   Converted to T-28D
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force Aug73 as 51-137711/0-37711
					To Royal Thai Air Force  Sep 4, 1975 as JF13-120/18.
					Assigned to 223 Squadron, Lopburi 13Oct75
					Assigned to 231 Squadron, Udon Thani
					Preserved and on display at Wing 71 entrance, RTAFB  Surat Thani 
					To Tango Squadron 1991
				137712 (MSN 200-75) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-722]
					To MASDC as 5T0187 Jan 3, 1979, later to USAF as TA0207.  SOC 31Jan79
					To the USAF Museum for preservation. BoS from USAF Museum 10Nov92
					Registered N262FM 16Jun94; cancelled 19Sep13. Forward fuselage noted at Specialized Aircraft Maintenance 
					scrap yard, Tucson, AZ 2002
				137713 (MSN 200-76) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 19Feb71
					Transferred to USAF as 54-137713
					To NAS Jacksonville, FL. SOC 10Oct71.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 429
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 54-137713/0-37713. W/o 4Feb73
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
					To West Bend, WI, 1991.  To Victoria, BC, Canada for restoration 1999
				137714 (MSN 200-77) Assigned to NAAS Kingsville, TX. Crashed 3Aug56
				137715 (MSN 200-78) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. Crashed 29Jul58 at NOLF Barin Field, FL
				137716 (MSN 200-79) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code 2W-134]
					Transferred to US Army.  Assigned to Edwards AFB, CA
					Operated by Army Aviation Engineering Flight Activity [AAEFA].  bailed to US Army as chase plane for 
					Cheyenne helicopter.  The T-28 was deemed incapable of matching the Cheyenne's anticipated acceleration and 
					maneuverability. Retained for airspeed calibration testing and miscellaneous test support duties.
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 15Nov72
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force 25Nov72 as 53-137716/0-37716
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 53-137716/137716, possibly for spares. Noted dismantled at Villamor AB 1980-88
					Registered N2060V 19Jul89; reregistered.  Registered N514FR 7Feb90; reregistered
					Registered N1PQ 10Jun97; reregistered
					Registered N55500 with c/n 53-137716, 16Jun15; current [Dec15]
				137717 (MSN 200-80) Assigned to NAS Chase Field, TX. Crashed 19Jul54
				137718 (MSN 200-81) Assigned to NAS Anacostia, MD
					Assigned to VT-27, Corpus Christi, TX [code D-757]. SOC 17Feb83
				137719 (MSN 200-82) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL. Crashed 18Sep64
				137720 (MSN 200-83) Assigned to NAAS Kingsville, TX. Crashed 27Jul55
				137721 (MSN 200-84) Transferred to US Marine Corps
					Assigned to SOES-12 [Station Operations and Engineer Squadron], MCAS Quantico, VA. Crashed 29Jul69
				137722 (MSN 200-85) Assigned to NAAS Kingsville, TX. Crashed 30Sep54
				137723 (MSN 200-86) Assigned to VT-27, Corpus Christi, TX [code D-751]. SOC 5Mar84
					To USDA Forest Service, Anchorage, AK 14Feb84
					Registered N47797 to State of Alaska Dept of Natural Resources, Division of Forestry, 8Apr84; reregistered
					Registered N215SF 27Nov84; current [Dec15]
					To National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL 5Nov91. BoS from National Museum of Naval Aviation 19May94
					To Naval Aviation Museum Foundation, Pensacola, FL; BoS from Naval Aviation Museum Foundation 20May94
				137724 (MSN 200-87) Assigned to Naval Air Facility (NAF), Andrews AFB, Washington, D.C. 
					To MASDC as 5T0187 15Nov76. SOC 29May78. Transferred to USAF 
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Bought at DoD sale 20May82
					Registered N826VW to Vintage Warbirds reserved Oct 5, 2006, taken up  6Dec06; current [Dec15]
					Stored at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				137725 (MSN 200-88)  Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. Crashed 12Dec58
				137726 (MSN 200-89) Assigned to VT-27, Corpus Christi, TX
					To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as 5T0218 6Feb84. SOC 7Feb84. Displayed on Davis-Monthan AFB 'Celebrity Row' 1992-93
					Registered N128MD 1Oct93; current [Dec15]
				137727 (MSN 200-90) Assigned to Naval Air Facility (NAF), Andrews AFB, Washington, D.C. 
					To MASDC as 5T0080 7Nov76. SOC 29May78. Transferred to USAF 
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Bought at DoD sale 20May82
					Registered N823VW to Vintage Warbirds reserved Oct 5, 2006, taken up 6Dec06; current [Dec15]
					Stored at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				137728 (MSN 200-91) Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 31Aug78 
				137729 (MSN 200-92) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 16Nov70
					Transferred to USAF as 54-137729.  To NAS Jacksonville, FL 16Nov70. SOC 21Jun71
					To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 402
					To Royal Lao Air Force  as 54-137729/0-37729.  Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
					Reportedly lost in Laos Dec71; probably one of two T-28s shot down on 18 and 19 December 71 during the 
					battle for Long Tieng.  Sold to Australia?
				137730 (MSN 200-93) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL. Crashed 21May68
				137731 (MSN 200-94) Assigned to HQ US Marine Corps.  Crashed May 4, 1964 10 mi SW of Waynesboro, Virginia on 
					flight from Andrews AFB to NAS Memphis.  Both crew bailed out and were uninjured.
				137732 (MSN 200-95) To BWR FR, Columbus, OH. SOC 31Jan62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Feb62 as 137732
					Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron.  Redesignated 516th Fighter Squadron Jan63
				137733 (MSN 200-96) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL. Crashed 21Feb68
				137734 (MSN 200-97) Assigned to US Navy Reserve, NAS Anacostia, MD [code 6A-734]
					Bailed to USAF 24Dec69 as 54-137734
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 16Nov72
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force 25Nov72 as 54-137734/137734.  Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 54-137734/137734, possibly for spares. Noted dismantled at Villamor AB 1980-88
					Registered N20677 12Sep89; sale reported 18May94, cancelled 11Jul13. Noted dismantled at Chino, CA 1995 
				137735 (MSN 200-98) Assigned to Naval Air Facility (NAF), Andrews AFB, Washington, DC. Crashed 4May62
				137736 (MSN 200-99) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX 
					To MASDC as 5T0181 5Dec78. SOC 6Dec78
					Registered N28TP 7Jun89; cancelled 24Jul12
					On July 9, 1995 the aircraft was destroyed when it broke up in flight and impacted terrain while maneuvering 
					three miles west of Ramah, Colorado. The two private pilots were fatally injured. The local flight 
					originated at Englewood, Colorado. While maneuvering in visual meteorological conditions, the airplane 
					sustained an in-flight structural failure that resulted in separation of the left and right wings and 
					the horizontal tail assemblies. Investigation revealed that the principal failure modes were gross 
					positive (upward) overloads on both the wings and the horizontal stabilizers, with failure of the 
					stabilizers occurring primarily due to positive upward leading edge torsion. The pilot-owner 
					possessed a current letter of authorization to serve as pilot-in-command of the T-28; the second pilot's 
					letter of authorization had expired. Cause: the aircrew allowed the airplane's design stress limits to be exceeded.
				137737 (MSN 200-100) Transferred to US Marine Corps
					Assigned to SOES-12 [Station Operations and Engineer Squadron], MCAS Quantico, VA. Crashed 24Jun61
				137738 (MSN 200-101) Assigned to VT-5, NAS Saufley Field, FL. SOC 9Feb71
					Transferred to USAF as 55-137738.  To NAS Jacksonville, FL. SOC 14Sep71
					To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 423
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force  as 55-137738/0-37738. W/o 15Dec72
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
				137739 (MSN 200-102) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL. Crashed 24Nov65
				137740 (MSN 200-103) Assigned to NAS Chase Field, TX. Crashed 1May55
				137741 (MSN 200-104) Bailed to USAF 24Dec69 as 54-137741
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 16Nov72
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force 25Nov72 as 54-137741/137741.  Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 54-137741/137741, possibly for spares. Noted dismantled at Villamor AB 1980-88
					Registered N2052H 12Sep89; cancelled 27Apr98 "at owner's request"
					Registered N1728T 24Sep03; current [Dec15]
				137742 (MSN 200-105) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 5Feb71.  Transferred to USAF
					To NAS Jacksonville, FL. SOC 10Oct71
					To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 426
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Thai Air Force  as B.JF13-108/14.  
					Crashed into house in Town District, Udon Thani Province shortly after takeoff 21Oct82.  Two killed.
				137743 (MSN 200-106) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX 
					To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 14Oct83
					Registered N5439X; cancelled 2Apr08 on export to Australia
					Damaged 6Oct84 when an engine cowling was not properly secured and came loose on the takeoff roll. The aircraft 
					aborted the takeoff and overran the runway
					Registered VH-ZSH 27Nov08; current [Dec15]
				137744 (MSN 200-107)  Assigned to NAAS Saufley Field, FL. Crashed 18Oct56
				137745 (MSN 200-108) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code E-430]
					To MASDC as 5T0177 4Oct78. SOC 5Oct78
					Registered N9038L; cancelled 29Mar12 on export to South Africa
					Registered ZU-VNM 4Apr12; current [Dec15]
				137746 (MSN 200-109) Transferred to US Marine Corps.  Assigned to MCAS El Toro, CA 
					To MASDC as 5T0106 9Oct74. SOC 29May78.  Transferred to USAF as TA0161 28Oct81,  
				137747 (MSN 200-110) Assigned to VA-45 [code A-630]
					To MASDC as 5T0012, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 18Aug78.  Bailed to US Army as 37747. 
					Operated by Army Airborne Special Operations Test Board. Named ‘Ellie II’
					Used to photograph loads being dropped out of cargo planes
					Assigned to Pope AFB, NC 
					To US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL Mar86-89; restored & ff 24Mar89
					Assigned to Pope AFB, NC 
					Assigned to Fort Bragg, NC Jun90; last report 15Dec90. 
					Returned to US Army Aviation Museum. Fort Rucker, AL 1994. In storage hangar at Fort Rucker-Guthrie, AL by 2004
				137748 (MSN 200-111)  Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL. Crashed 12Sep62
				137749 (MSN 200-112) Accepted by USAF 2May54.  Transferred to US Navy May54
					Assigned to VT-10, NAS Pensacola, FL [code 2N-024]
					Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-709]. SOC 27Feb84
					To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 1986
					Bailed to US Army as a test support aircraft at Pope AFB, NC
					To the USAF Museum for preservation. Loaned to Hill AFB, UT
					In 1988 Hill Aerospace Museum acquired the aircraft for static display. Western International Aviation 
					collected the aircraft at Davis-Monthan AFB, made it ready for flight, and ferried the plane to Hill AFB
					Preserved and on display at Hill Aerospace Museum, UT 1988
				137750 (MSN 200-113) To MASDC as 5T0172 17Sep78. SOC 4Oct78. BoS from US Naval Aviation Museum 21Jul86
					Registered N578HT 16Sep86; reregistered.  Registered N750RL 8Dec86; reregistered
					Registered N300PT 5Sep90; reregistered.  Registered N280CM 27Jul93; cancelled 22Dec14
					Damaged 29Jul01 at Reid-Hillview airport, San Jose, CA when the aircraft landed with landing gear retracted
				137751 (MSN 200-114) To BWR FR, Columbus, OH. SOC 31Jan62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Feb62 as 137751
					Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron.  Redesignated 516th Fighter Squadron Jan63
					To Royal Lao Air Force May64 as 53-137751/0-37751. W/o Oct64
				137752 (MSN 200-115) to MASDC as 5T0169 Sep 14, 1978
					Registered N752WW  Nov 1989 to World Wide Aeronautical Industries; current [Dec15]
				137753 (MSN 200-116) Assigned to VT-6, NAS Whiting Field, FL. Crashed 26Sep69
				137754 (MSN 200-117) To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 15Nov72
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force 25Nov72 as 54-137754/0-37754
					Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 54-137754/137754 for spares use only. 
				137755 (MSN 200-118)  Transferred to US Marine Corps
					Assigned to SOES-12 [Station Operations and Engineer Squadron], MCAS Quantico, VA. Crashed 3Jan61
				137756 (MSN 200-119, VT-27) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX..  Crashed at Corpus Christi, TX Sep 9, 1982.  
					Pilot killed
				137757 (MSN 200-120) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 11Feb71
					Transferred to USAF as 54-137757.  To NAS Jacksonville, FL. SOC 13Sep71
					To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 424
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 54-137757/0-37757. W/o 19Nov73
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
				137758 (MSN 200-121) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-733]. Crashed 11May59
				137759 (MSN 200-122) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX
					To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 11Feb84
					Registered N49914; reregistered
					To the Combat Air Museum, Topeka-Forbes Field, KS May84
					Registered N759T 8May89; sale reported 21Jun07 to Marion, TX; cancelled 18Apr13
					Current as N759T and reported as preserved at El Paso, Texas in 2005.
				137760 (MSN 200-123) Assigned to TW-5, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code E-231]
					To MASDC as 5T0161 Aug 16, 1978. SOC 17Aug78
					Registered N128KA 8Feb90; cancelled 9Nov12
					Registered N128KA 13Dec13; current [Dec15]
				137761 (MSN 200-124) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 28Feb61. 
					Mid-air collision with T-28 140033 south east of Munson, Black River State Forest, northeast of Pensacola, FL.
				137762 (MSN 200-125) To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 13Nov72
					To Royal Lao Air Force [sic] as 54-37762/0-37762. W/o 16Jul73
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
				137763 (MSN 200-126)  Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL
					To MASDC 14Jul69. Departed 22Mar70 to NARF Pensacola, FL.  Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX. W/o 2Jul79
					Transferred to USAF.  Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Stored dismantled at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				137764 (MSN 200-127) to MASDC as 5T0162 Aug 16, 1978.  Registered N2207Y 3Oct89; current [Dec15]
				137765 (MSN 200-128) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX
					To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 11Feb84
					To the San Diego Aerospace Museum, CA 1988-91
					Registered N3178U 23Oct91; cancelled 10Jun98
					On November 23, 1996 the aircraft crashed while maneuvering near Somerville, Tennessee. The airplane was 
					destroyed and the pilot was fatally injured. A witness observed the airplane in aerobatic flight, above 
					a private airstrip, which was less than a mile from the crash site. According to the witness, the airplane 
					flew down the runway about 200 to 400 feet above the ground in straight and level flight. The witness 
					said that he stepped inside for less than a minute, and when he returned outside, the airplane had 
					crashed and was burning. This was a common area for this pilot and others to 'perform and practice 
					low altitude maneuvers and aerobatics.' The area surrounding the accident site was level, but where 
					the airplane first struck trees, the terrain was higher than most of the surrounding area. Based on 
					witness accounts, there was evidence that the pilot miscalculated his altitude over the higher terrain, 
					and that he was in 'inverted flight' before striking the trees. No discrepancies were found with the 
					engine or airframe.
				137766 (MSN 200-129) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code 2W-305]
					Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 11Mar83
				137767 (MSN 200-130) To BWR FR, Columbus, OH. SOC 16Jan62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Feb62 as 137767
					Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron.  Redesignated 516th Fighter Squadron Jan63
					To Royal Lao Air Force May/Jun64 as 53-137767/0-37767
					Destroyed 24Jan65 at Wattay, Vientiane. Ammunition accidently fired hit a fuel truck in front of a 
					parked and armed aircraft causing an explosion which cascaded down the flight line.
				137768 (MSN 200-131 Written off 21Aug54
				137769 (MSN 200-132) To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 4Dec70
					Transferred to USAF as 54-137769.  To NAS Jacksonville, FL. SOC 30Jun71
					To Fairchild-Hiller, Crestview, FL.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 404
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 54-137769/0-37769. W/o 6Feb73
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
				137770 (MSN 200-133) To BWR FR, Columbus, OH. SOC 28Dec61
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Feb62 as 137770
					Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron.  Redesignated 516th Fighter Squadron Jan63
				137771 (MSN 200-134) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 8Nov82
					Transferred to USAF.  Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Stored dismantled at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				137773 (MSN 200-136) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 5Feb71
					Transferred to USAF as 55-137773.  To NAS Jacksonville, FL. SOC 14Sep71
					Converted to T-28D-10, line number 422
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 55-137773/0-37773
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
					Taken over by the Lao People's Liberation Army Air Force (LPLAAF) as 3411, 1975
					Sold to user in Australia 1988.  Registered N128TB Oct93; reregistered
					Registered N5291Y Mar94; ntu
					Registered N128TB 6Jun94 as a NA / Morgan AT28D-10 with c/n 54-137773M [sic]; expired 31Dec11
				137774 (MSN 200-137) Assigned to Naval Air Facility (NAF), Andrews AFB, Washington, DC. W/o 14Apr64
				137775 (MSN 200-138) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX
					Bailed to USAF 24Dec69.  To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 7Feb84
					Registered N28CT; current [Dec15]
				137776 (MSN 200-139)  ssigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 14Jan63
				137777 (MSN 200-140) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code E-424]
					To MASDC as 5T0185 Jan 22, 1979.  . SOC 11Jan82
					Registered N377WW; current [Dec15].  Shipped to Antwerp, Belgium May 2010
				137778 (MSN 200-141) Assigned to Naval Air Facility (NAF), Andrews AFB, Washington, DC. 
					To MASDC as 5T0092 21Nov76.  Transferred to USAF 
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Bought at DoD sale 20May82
					Registered N827VW to Vintage Warbirds, reserved Oct 5, 2006, taken up 6Dec06; current [Dec15]
					Stored at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				137779 (MSN 200-142) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 20Feb75
				137780 (MSN 200-143) Assigned to NAS Patuxent River, MD. W/o 11Aug66
				137781 (MSN 200-144) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 19Oct61
				137782 (MSN 200-145) To MASDC as 5T0184 16Jan79. SOC 18Jan79
					Registered N9039Z; current [Dec15]
				137783 (MSN 200-146) Written off 9Apr59
				137784 (MSN 200-147) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 26Jul62
				137785 (MSN 200-148) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 14Jan71
					Transferred to USAF as 54-137785
					To NAS Jacksonville, FL. SOC 20Jul71.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 405
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 54-137785/0-37785
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
					To Philippine Air Force c1974 as 54-137785/37785. Noted dismantled at Sangley. For sale Sep02. Broken 
					up at Danilo Atienza AB (Sangley)
				137786 (MSN 200-149) to USAF as 53-8361.
				137787 (MSN 200-150) To MASDC as 5T0166 8Sep78
					Registered N787AS; current [Dec15]
				137788 (MSN 200-151) Assigned to NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 5Jan83
					Transferred to USAF.  Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Stored dismantled at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				137789 (MSN 200-152) Delivered to US Navy 16Jul54
					Assigned to Naval Air Advanced Training Command (NAATC) at Naval Air Auxiliary Air Station (NAAS) Chase Field, 
					Corpus Christi, TX Sep54-Oct55. 
					Assigned to Naval Air Basic Training Command (NABTC) at NAAS Saufley Field, FL 1Oct55-Oct56
					Assigned to NABTC, NAAS Whiting Field, FL Oct56-Dec57
					Assigned to Fleet All Weather Training Unit Pacific (FAWTUPAC), NAS North Island, CA Apr58-Sep58
					Assigned to VF-121, NAS Miramar, CA Sep58- Feb59
					Assigned to VAAW-35, NAS North Island, CA Feb59-8Aug59
					Assigned to VA-122, NAS North Island, CA Aug59-Dec59
					Assigned to NABTC at NAAS Whiting Field, FL Dec59-Aug60
					Assigned to NABTC at NAS Pensacola, FL Aug60-Dec60
					Assigned to Bureau of Naval Weapons (BUWEPS), O&R NAS Pensacola, FL Dec60-Mar61
					Assigned to VT-2, Whiting Field, FL Mar61-Jan64
					Assigned to VA-122, NAS Lemoore, CA Apr64-Apr67
					Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL Apr67-May74
					Assigned to Naval Air Facility (NAF), Andrews AFB, Washington, D.C. Aug74-Oct76.
					Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-740] Oct76-Apr83
					Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL Apr83-Aug83. SOC 12Aug83. Bought at DoD sale 20May82
					Registered N52424; current [Dec15]
					Donated to Cavanaugh Flight Museum, Addison, TX 2006
				137790 (MSN 200-153) Bailed to USAF 24Dec69
					Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 5Mar84
					Transferred to USDA Forest Service, Anchorage, AK 14Feb84
					Registered N4779N; reregistered
					Registered N104SF Jan85; cancelled Aug88
					Registered N104SF to the National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL Feb94 [sold Oct94]; current [Dec15]
				137791 (MSN 200-154)  Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX. Crashed 19Nov56
				137792 (MSN 200-155) to USAF as 53-8362.
				137793 (MSN 200-156) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-721]
					Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 22Sep83
					Noted in external storage at the Naval Aviation Museum (Pensacola) 1983-84
					Registered N815SH; current [Dec15]
				137794 (MSN 200-157) Written off 18Sep59
				137795 (MSN 200-158) To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 13Nov72
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force 25Nov72 as 54-137795/0-37795
					Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 54-137795/37795. Broken up at Villamor AB
				137796 (MSN 200-159) Bailed to USAF 31Dec69
					Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 6Apr84. Last T-28 aircraft in the US Navy Training Command
					Assigned to Naval District Washington, DC
					Preserved and on display as gate guard at NSF Anacostia, DC
				137797 (MSN 200-160)  Assigned to NAAS Kingsville, TX. Crashed 23Feb55 [refer also BuNo 138107; mid-air collision?]
				137798 (MSN 200-161) Assigned to VT-6, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code 2P-233]
					To MASDC as 5T0022 20Nov74. Departed 28Apr76
					Bailed to US Army. First report 15Jun76; last report 15Dec76
					Assigned to Edwards AFB, CA
					Operated by Army Aviation Engineering Flight Activity [AAEFA]
					Back to MASDC as 5T0109 Aug 3,1977. SOC 29May78. Bought at DoD sale 20May82
				137799 (MSN 200-162) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 26Sep70
					Transferred to USAF as 54-137799
					To NAS Jacksonville, FL. SOC 10Oct71.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 431
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 54-137799/0-37799
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
					Taken over by the Lao People's Liberation Army Air Force (LPLAAF) as 3412, 1975
					Sold to user in Australia 1988.
					Registered N28YF 3Mar92; registered as a North American / Weaver NA T-28D; current
					On September 25, 2000 the aircraft was substantially damaged when the nose gear collapsed during the 
					landing roll at Russ McDonald Airfield, Heber City, Utah. During the landing roll the nose wheel began 
					to shimmy. As the airplane slowed down, the shimmying became worse. As the airplane approached 40 knots, 
					the nose landing gear collapsed, and the propeller began striking the runway. The airplane sustained 
					structural damage to the firewall and its bulkhead. Post accident examination determined that the 
					nose wheel shimmy damper had malfunctioned. 
				137800 (MSN 200-163) Assigned to NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 5Jan83
					Transferred to USAF.  Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Stored dismantled at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV. Not reported Oct15; current status not known
				137801 (MSN 200-164) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-723]
					To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 28Oct83
					Registered N57973; cancelled 9Jul04 on export to Australia
					Registered VH-DUD 26Jul04; current [Dec15]
 				137802 (MSN 200-165) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL
					Transferred to USAF 7Dec70
					Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 11Dec71.  Converted to T-28D-10
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-112/15. SOC 14Aug84
					Preserved and on display at RTAFB Phitsanulok, Thailand painted as '46101'
				137803 (MSN 200-166) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-760]
					To MASDC as 5T0188 8Feb79.  Registered N68803; cancelled 10Sep14
				137804 (MSN 200-167) Assigned to Naval Air Facility (NAF), Andrews AFB, Washington, D.C. W/o 30Aug73
				137805 (MSN 200-168) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 18Mar74
				137806 (MSN 200-169) to USAF as 53-8363 with Farm Gate Jul 21, 1961.
				137807 (MSN 200-170) to USAF as 53-8364 with Farm Gate Jul 7, 1961
				137808 (MSN 200-171) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 24Jan83
					Registered N303NA; reregistered
					To Maryland Aviation Historic Society, Annapolis, MD Sep86
					Registered N28XX 27Jul98; current [Dec15]
				137809 (MSN 200-172) Written off 20Nov54
				137810 (MSN 200-173) to USAF as 53-8365.
137811			Goodyear XZS2G-1
137812			Douglas XA4D-1 Skyhawk
				MSN 10709.  First flight Jun 22, 1954.			
137813/137831		Douglas YA4D-1 Skyhawk
				MSN 10710/10728.  Pre-production aircraft.  Redesignated A4D-1, to A-4A in 1962.
				137813 at National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL
				137814 mounted on pole in center of traffic circle, China Lake NAWC, CA.
				137815 crashed during high-speed run near Victorville, CA Jan 13, 1955.
				   Pilot James B. Verdin killed when chute failed to open following
				   ejection.  Verdin was a former holder of world speed record.
				137816 in deck landing trials at NAF China Lake, CA Mar 1955.
				137817 to NAF R&D China Lake by May 1959.
				137818 to NAF R&D China Lake by May 1959.  Sitting on Superior Valley Range at Naval Air Weapons Station, 
					China Lake, CA in fair condition and not damaged.
				137821 seen on Eglin AFB range Aug 1976.  Still there Dec 2006
				137823 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				137825 spotted on a trailer at SNORT Compound, China Lake, California Jun 1998.
				137826 on display at Estrella Warbirds Museum, Paso Robles, CA
				137827 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				137829 to NAF R&D China Lake by May 1959
137832 			Goodyear ZPG-2W
				Damaged beyond repair at NAS Lakehurst, NJ in mooring accident May 8, 1956.
137833/137835		Kaman HTK-1
				MSN 4-27/4-29.  Redesignated TH-43E in 1962
137836/137845		Sikorsky HRS-3 
				For US Marine Corps.  Redesignated CH-19E in 1962.  MSNs and delivery dates from Helis.com
				137836 (MSN 55432) delivered to US Marine Corps May 13, 1953.  W/o at MCAS Kanoehe, Hawaii Oct 14, 1958.
				137837 (MSN 55435) delivered to US Marine Corps May 13, 1953.  Loaned to French AF as 137837 
					for use in Indochina.  Returned to USAF as 52-10994.
				137838 (MSN 55447) delivered to US Marine Corps Jun 11, 1953.  Transferred to US Navy 1960.
					SOC Sep 8, 1967. 
				137839 (MSN 55448) delivered to US Marine Corps Jun 4, 1953.  
				137840 (MSN 55449) delivered to US Marine Corps Jun 5, 1953.  Transferred to US Navy Apr 1960.  SOC Aug 1, 1967
					at NAS Jacksonville, Florida.  
				137841 (MSN 55450) delivered to US Navy Jun 4, 1953 with HS-4.  Transferred to USMC Aug 10, 1954.  Back to
					US Navy Jan 1960.  W/o Jun 10, 1960.
				137842 (MSN 55451) delivered to US Marine Corps Jun 4, 1953.  
				137843 (MSN 55452) delivered to US Marine Corps Jun 4, 1953.  Transferred to US Navy Apr 1961. Stored at
					NAS Litchfield Park, Arizona Dec 1964.  Later to AMARC.  Returned to service Feb 1966.  SOC
					Aug 30, 1967 at NAS Jacksonville, Florida.  Registered N90497 to Midwest Helicopter Airways Feb 16, 1973.
					DBF due to mechanical failure when force landed on roof of Eastman-Kodak building in Chicago, Illinos
					Apr 27, 1975.
				137844 (MSN 55453) delivered to US Marine Corps Jun 4, 1953.  
				137845 (MSN 55454) delivered to US Marine Corps Jun 5, 1953.  Transferred to US Navy Sep 1959.  SOC Nov 14, 1963.
137846/137848		Martin P5M-2 Marlin
137849/137858		Sikorsky HSS-1 Seabat
				MSN 58005/58014.  Redesignated UH-34G in 1962.
				137851 to Vietnam in 1968.  Soc by Dec 4, 1968. 
				137852 to Vietnam in 1967.  SOC May 2, 1969.  Sold back to US.
					to MASDC as HD0034 Oct 10, 1969.  To Kolar Inc as N4214L.  To Helicopter
					Services, Inc.  Preserved Albers Dairy Equipment, Chino, CA  
				137853 to Vietnam.  Back to US and offered for sale Feb 8, 1979.
					To MASDC as HD0024 Oct 2, 1969.  To Allied Aircraft in 1979 as N4674V
					seen at Allied scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				137854 SOC Apr 6, 1970, NAS Patuxent River
				137855 delivered from BAR, Sikorsky Aircraft, East Hartford, CT.
					Assigned to NACA, Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Jun 29, 1956 to Feb 18, 1957.
					Returned to BAR, Sikorsky Aircraft, East Hartford, CT.
				137856 to MASDC as HD070 Aug 31, 1970.  To Moore Aviation as N9043P.  Crashed Jul 14, 1983.
					Now preserved at Air Force Flight Test Center Museum, Edwards AFB, CA
				137857 to Vietnam in 1967.  Back to US.  To MASDC as HD038 Oct 10, 1969.  To Allied Aircraft
					as N8540E
				137858 to Vietnam.  W/o. Dec 15, 1967.
137859/137886		McDonnell F3H-1 Demon
				Cancelled contract
137887/137890		Lockheed PO-2W
				MSN 1049A-4344/4347.  Model 1049A.  Redesignated WV-2 and then EC-121K in 1962.
				Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
				137887 to NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Feb 6, 1959.  SOC Mar 21, 1963.  Scrapped at NAF
					Litchfield Park, AZ May 21, 1965
				137888 to NAF Litchfield Park, AZ Jan 20, 1959.  SOC Mar 21, 1963.  Scrapped at NAF
					Litchfield Park, AZ May 21, 1965.
				137889 SOC at AFASDG-ADMCS, Davis Monthan AFB, AZ Feb 8, 1967.  Scrapped at Davis
					Monthan AFB Oct 17, 1974.
				137890 to storage at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ Sep 9, 1982 as 5C0106.  To USAF
					inventory as CK0221.  Now on display at Tinker AFB Air Park, Oklahoma, marked as 53-0552A
137891/137898		Lockheed WV-3 Warning Star
				MSN 1049A-4378/4385.  Model 1049A.  Westher reconnaissance aircraft for service with hurricane hunters
					of Airborne Early Warning Four (VW-4).  Redesignated WC-121N in 1962.
				Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
				137891 damaged when flew into eye of Hurricane Cleo Aug 1, 1964.  Returned home safely.
					Wingtips were ripped, most of internal radar and electronic gear was torn loose,
					and fuselage was torque-twisted. W/o Oct 14, 1964 as beyond economical repair and
					scrapped on site.
				137892 scrapped at Davis Monthan May 24, 1976
				137893 w/o Sept 17, 1956, Pacific Ocean near Guam
				137894 scrapped at Davis Monthan May 21, 1976
				137895 transferred to USAF as EC-121R 67-21471
				137896 scrapped at Davis Monthan Sep 13, 1976
				137897 scrapped at Litchfield Park in 1963.
				137898 transferred to USAF as EC-121R 67-21472.
137899/137933		Grumman UF-1 Albatross 
				Model G-64.   Redesignated HU-16C in 1962.
				137899 (MSN 372) delivered to US Navy Jun 1, 1954
				137900 (MSN 373) delivered to US Navy Jun 2, 1954.  Assigned to FASRON 111 at NAS Bermuda in 1954.
					To MASDC as 1U0046 Jul 16, 1970.  To Allied Aircraft Sales 
					Inc, Tucson AZ/ behalf of Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine FL 9.3.81.   To N901DB Dennis G. Buehn, 
					Reno NV Jul 28, 1986.  To Island Flying Boats, Miami FL Jun 1991.  South Florida Aviation Investments, 
					Opa Locka FL Mar 1993, cancelled Aug 21, 2013.
				137901 (MSN 374) delivered to US Navy Jun 22, 1954.  to MASDC as 1J0058 Jun 4, 1976, later to HP0083.  
					To Smithsonian Institution, Stuart FL Feb 2, 1980. UF-2; converted to G-111 by Grumman St Augustine Corp 
					c1981. N2660L Flying Boat Inc/ Chalks International Airline, Miami FL Dec 1982.   To N124FB [ntu] Flying 
					Boat Inc, Miami FL Dec 1983.  To N2660L Flying Boat Inc, Miami FL Dec 1983. Open storage, Marana AZ 1984. 
					To United Capital Corp, Wilmington DE Mar 4, 1996.  To N2660L Nimbus Aviation,  Jacksonville FL Jul 2, 2008. 
					To N51ZD Nimbus Aviation, Jacksonville FL Jul 2, 2008, current.
				137902 (MSN 375) delivered to US Navy Aug 2, 1954
				137903 (MSN 376) delivered to US Navy Aug 2, 1954
				137904 (MSN 377) delivered to US Navy Aug 6, 1954.  US Naval Attache, Oslo, Norway 1964/66.   To MASDC summer 1966.
					To NMNA, NAS Pensacola FL: stored 1977/82. N8523H Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine FL Apr 9, 1981. 
					Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC Mar 7, 1989. To Island Flying Boats Inc, Miami FL Mar 1989. 
					To Air Crane Inc, Opa Locka FL Jan 1990.  Cancelled on export to Mexico Oct 6, 1992. XB-... 
					H. R. Ovalle, Ciudad Juarez, Mexico Jul 24, 1992. N8523H on list of abandoned aircraft in Mexico 08: 
					parked at Aeropuerto de Tepicnay.
				137905 (MSN 378) delivered to US Navy Aug 24, 1954
				137906 (MSN 379) to Philippine AF.  Never returned to USA.  Sold to Gunter Bernet and was moored at Gunter Island
					from 2001, when it was sunk as a diving reef.
				137907 (MSN 380) delivered to US Navy Oct 6, 1954.  Transferred to Indonesian AF as 302.  W/o Jan 18, 1967
				137908 (MSN 381) delivered to US Navy Sep 28, 1954.  To MASDC as 1U0026 May 20, 1968.  Sold 1986 to Dross 
					Metals Inc of Tucson, to N61406 Dross Metals Inc, Tucson AZ Dec 1991.  ToJohn & Joyce Proctor, Roseburg 
					OR Aug 1992.  To N4WT John M. Proctor, Roseburg OR Apr 1994.  World tour Apr 1995: Alaska-Russia-Japan-
					Australia Sept-Nov 1995, NZ Feb-Mar 1996, to USA.  To N43846 John M. Proctor, Roseburg OR Apr 1998. 
					Tp American Dream Machines Inc, Wilmington DE Jan 16, 1999. Cherry Air Aviation Services, 
					Lecompte LA Mar 8, 2002. To Iron Chicken Corp, Wilmington DE Jan 2004.  To Sally Aviation Inc, 
					Wilmington DE Apr 27, 2005.  To Skinner Transportation Service, Wilmington DE Dec 0, 2005. 
					Cancelled on export to Mexico Apr 3, 2006. N43846 to open storage Cancun, Mexico.
				137909 (MSN 382) delivered to US Navy Nov 1, 1954.   MAP to Royal Hellenic AF, later Hellenic AF as 137909.  
					Scrapped.
				137910 (MSN 383) delivered to US Navy Nov 10, 1954. Assigned to NAS Bermuda, departed to MASDC Mar 18, 1972.
					 To MASDC as 1U0053 Mar 20, 1972.  To Mexican Navy in 1978
				137911 (MSN 384) delivered to US Navy N9v 29, 1954.  To MASDC as 1U0037 Mar 5, 1970.  To Allied Aircraft 
					Sales Inc, Tucson AZ/ behalf of Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine FL Mar 9, 1981.  To N89LH 
					Lynn C. Hunt, Santa Rosa CA. N7027Z Nov 7, 1988.  To Air Crane Inc, Opa Locka FL Jan 1989. 
					To Island Flying Boats Inc, Miami FL Apr 1989.  To South Florida Aviation Investments, Opa Locka FL Mar 1993. 
					To Jay B. Koven, Montclair NJ Mar 2, 2000. Open storage unconverted at Tucson, AZ. 
					Noted at Ft Lauderdale-Executive FL Nov 2004.  To Cavanaugh Flight Museum, Addison TX, registered Mar 31, 2009, 
					current.
				137912 (MSN 385) delivered to US Navy Nov 29, 1954.  To MASDC as 1U0016 Aug 18, 1966. To Allied Aircraft Sales 
					Inc, Tucson AZ/behalf of Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine FL Mar 9, 1981.  To N70270 Air Crane Inc, 
					Opa Locka FL Jan 1989.  To Island Flying Boats Inc, Miami FL Apr 1989.  To South Florida Aviation 
					Investments, Opa Locka FL Mar 1993. Open storage unconverted, Tucson, AZ.  To Robert F. Carlson, Carson 
					City NV Mar 25, 1998. To Charles D. Wootan, Tucson AZ registered Jun 15, 2007, expired Dec 31, 2011.
				137913 (MSN 386) delivered to US Navy Dec 17, 1954.  Assigned to NAS Bermuda.  To MASDC as 1U0033 Nov 3, 1969.   
					Transferred to Mexican Navy
				137914 (MSN 387) delivered to US Navy Jan 12, 1955.  To MASDC as 1U0042 May 12, 1970.  Transferred to Mexican Navy
				137915 (MSN 388) delivered to US Navy Jan 20, 1955.  Assigned to NAS Bermuda.  To MASDC as 1U0024 Apr 1, 1968.  
					To Dross Metals Inc, Tucson AZ Jan 20, 1982.  To N4796U Dross Metals Inc, Tucson AZ Mar 1984.  To ACME, 
					Shakopee MN May 1984.  To Robert C. Mace, Globe AZ Oct 14, 1988. To T. H. Leasing Inc, Wilmington DE May 9, 2008. 
					To TRE Aviation Corp, Wilmington DE, registered Sep 18, 2008, current. 
				137916 (MSN 389) delivered to US Navy Feb 8, 1955
				137917 (MSN 390) delivered to US Navy Feb 28, 1955.  To MASDC as 1U0040 Apr 10, 1970.  To Mexican Navy
				137918 (MSN 391) delivered to US Navy Mar 2, 1955.
				137919 (MSN 392) delivered to US Naby Mar 23, 1955.
				137920 (MSN 393) delivered to US Navy Apr 7, 1955.  To MASDC as 1U0054 May 22, 1972.  To Mexican Navy
				137921 (MSN 394) delivered to US Navy Apr 20, 1955.  To MASDC as 1U0001 Dec 3, 1965.  To Allied Aircraft 
					Sales Inc, Tucson AZ/ behalf of Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine FL Feb 17, 1981.  To N7026Y Air 
					Crane Inc, Opa Locka FL Jan 1989.  To Island Flying Boats Inc, Miami FL Apr 1989.  To South Florida 
					Aviation Investments, Opa Locka FL Mar 1993.  To Dennis G. Buehn, Carson City NV May 1994. 
					To Robert F. Carlson, Carson City NV, registered Jul 7, 1995.  On April 14, 2003 the aircraft was 
					destroyed following a loss of control during the turn from base to final approach near Chetumal, State 
					of Quintana Roo, in the Republic of Mexico. The 1954 vintage airplane, serial number 137921, was owned 
					and operated by the pilot. The flight originated from Tulum with Chetumal (CTM) as its intended 
					destination. Local authorities reported the airplane had been cleared to land on runway 10 at 
					the Chetumal International Airport. Witnesses reported that the airplane rolled and nosed over 
					during the turn from left base to final approach. The airplane came to rest about 4 miles from 
					the threshold of runway 10. A post-impact fire consumed the airframe.  Three occupants killed.
				137922 (MSN 395) delivered to US Navy Jun 1, 1955.  MAP to Philippine AF as 137922.
				137923 (MSN 396) delivered to US Navy May 20, 1955
				137924 (MSN 397) to MASDC as 1U0017 Jul 27, 1967.  To civil registry as N7028C.  Registration
					cancelled by FAA Jan 30, 2009 as scrapped at Specialized Aircraft, Tucson, AZ
				137925 (MSN 398) delivered to US Navy Jun 27, 1955.  
				137926 (MSN 399) delivered to US Navy Jul 5, 1955.  To MASDC as 1U0027 Jun 17, 1968.  Allied Aircraft 
					Sales Inc, Tucson AZ/behalf of Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine FL Mar 9, 1981.  To N926DB 
					with Dennis G. Buehn, Reno NV Jul 1986.  To Melvyn L. Arthur, Phoenix AZ Aug 1987.  To N888AC 
					Arthur Corp, Phoenix AZ Oct 1987.  To Melvyn L. Arthur/ American Aircraft Management Corp, Scottsdale AZ 
					Nov 1990. Departed Scottsdale Sep 10, 1992 on flight to Britain, Europe & South Africa, 
					returned to USA Sep 1994. To Meyer, Hendricks, Victor, Osborne & Maledon, Phoenix AZ Feb 29, 1998. 
					To LLD LLC, Minneapolis MN Mar 6, 2000. Stored Carson City NV 2009.  To Rick Clemens, Carson City NV, 
					registered Jul 26, 2013, current.
				137927 (MSN 400) delivered to US Navy Aug 22, 1955. To MASDC as 1U0051 Sep 25, 1970.  Later on civilian 
					registry as N9722B, later N7927.  To AMARC; sold 1980 to Grumman. Purchased in derelict condition 
					March 1985 by Dennis Buehn and restored to flying condition as N7927.
				137928 (MSN 401) delivered to US Navy Aug 22, 1955.  To MASDC as 1U0018 Aug 1, 1967.  To Allied Aircraft 
					Sales Inc, Tucson AZ/behalf of Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine FL Feb 17, 1981.  To N7025E Air 
					Crane Inc, Opa Locka FL Jan 1989.  To Island Flying Boats Inc, Miami FL Apr 1989.  To Nevada Capital 
					Equities Inc, Crystal Bay NV Nov 1989.  To Roy Grossman, Chico CA 1992.  To Glen Johnson, Fort Worth TX 
					Oct 3, 1994. To N928J Glen Johnson, Fort Worth TX Dec 1994.  To Jimmy Buffett/Strange Bird Inc, 
					Wilmington DE named Hemisphere Dancer registered Nov 16, 1995. Shot at by police on water at 
					Negril, Jamaica Jan 16, 1996, mistaken for a drug runner, no damage. Retired 2003, displayed at 
					Universal Studios City Walk, Orlando FL, at Buffet's Margaritaville Restaurant Jul 2003.  N928J 
					expired Mar 31, 2013.
				137929 (MSN 402) delivered to US Navy Apr 1, 1955.  To MASDC as 1U0030 Nov 6, 1968. To Allied Aircraft 
					Sales Inc, Tucson AZ/behalf of Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine FL Mar 3, 1981.  To 
					Mexican Navy / Armada de Mexico.
				137930 (MSN 403) delivered to US Navy Sep 9, 1955.  To MASDC as 1U0023 Feb 16, 1968.  To Allied Aircraft 
					Sales Inc, Tucson AZ/behalf of Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine FL Feb 3, 1981.  To N70133 
					with Dennis G. Buehn, Reno NV Jun 1988.  To Robert H. Nottke, Barrington Hills IL 1990. To Nevada 
					Capital Equities Inc, Reno NV Sep 1990.  To Deeside Trading Co, Sparks NV, registered  Dec 3, 1990, current.
				137931 (MSN 404) delivered to US Navy Sep 16, 1955  Assigned to FASRON 111 at NAS Bermuda in 1957.
				137932 (MSN 405) converted to HU-16RD with 86.6 ft wingspan. To MASDC as 1U0031 Jun 6, 1969.
					To Allied Aircraft Sales Inc, Tucson AZ/behalf of Grumman Aerospace Corp, St Augustine FL Mar 9, 1981. 
					To N70276 with Air Crane Inc, Opa Locka FL Jan 1989.  To Island Flying Boats Inc, Miami FL Apr 1989. 
					To N44RD with Reid W. Dennis, Woodside CA Jul 24, 1990. Around the world flight from Oakland CA Mar-Apr 1997, 
					accompanying Lockheed 10 on Amelia Earhart's route. Hiller Aviation Institute, San Carlos CA, 
					registered Feb 4, 2013, current.
				137933 (MSN 406) to MASDC as 1U0002 Feb 24, 1966.  To Allied Aircraft Sales Inc, Tucson AZ/behalf of Grumman 
					Aerospace Corp, St Augustine FL Mar 11, 1981. To N70275 with Air Crane Inc, Opa Locka FL Jan 1989. 
					To Island Flying Boats Inc, Miami FL Apr 1989. To South Florida Aviation Investments, Opa Locka FL 
					Mar 1993.  To Dennis G. Buehn, Carson City NV Jan 1995.  To American Amphibians Inc, Carson City 
					NV Sep 9, 1997.  To Clayton Lambert, San Jose CA Apr 25, 2001. To Bruce A. Boese, Kailua Kona HI, 
					registered Jan 12, 2006. To Albatross LLC, Sonora CA Jul 17, 2006.  To Albatross Adventures LLC, 
					Kingwood TX, registered Apr 3, 2012, current. 
137934/138097		Lockheed TV-2
				Assigned USAF serial numbers 53-5241/5243, 5310/5317, 5351/5358, 5360/5363, 5375/5383,
					5385/5387, 5437/5440, 5442/5448, 5450/5456, 5458/5460, 5505/5507, 5509/5516 
					5518/5524, 5526/5532, 5534, 5570/5573, 5575/5580, 5582/5586, 5588/5593, 5595/5599,
					5601, 5603, 5642/5643, 5645/5649, 5651/5655,5657/5661, 5663/5667, 5669/5674,
					5676/5680,5682/5686 5688/5692, 5694/5698, and 5700/5704 for administrative purposes.  
					Redesignated T-33B in 1962. 
				Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
				137936 (MSN 580-8651)  to MASDC as 3T0310 Jun 26, 1975.  Later at Pueblo Weisbrod Museum, Pueblo, Colorado.
					Reported dismantled at Quonset Air Museum in May 2009 and still there Sep 2013.
				137955 was flown by the Blue Angels 1951-56.
				137970 to MASDC as TC1295 Feb 1, 1985
				137993 on display at South Dakota ANG, Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
				138004 SOC Nov 17, 1974.  Spotted at Supersonic Naval Ordnance Research Track compound at China Lake, California
					in Jun 1998
				138018 at NAS Alameda, California
				138034 to MASDC as 5E0314 Aug 8, 1975
				138048 at New England Air Museum, Connecticut
				138055 crashed into Santa Cruz Mountains 6 mi SW of Saratoga, California Apr 17, 1955.  Sole occupant killed.
				138056 to MASDC as 350032 Oct 31, 1965.
				138064 to MASDC as 350292 Mar 30, 1972.  Was on display at Battle Mountain Airport, Nevada.  In 2008 was
					at Fort Garland, CO Veterans' Memorial Park
				138073 to Smithsonian Institution and allocated civil registration N7989D.  
					Loaned to National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
				138090 (MSN 580-9035) noted Jun 25, 2004 at Kalamazoo Aviation History
					Museum, Michigan
138098/138102		Kaman HOK-1
				Redesignated OH-43D in 1962.
				138098 to civil registry as N5178Q May 1970 with Command Helicopters of Medford, OR.  Registration revoked.
				138099 to civil registry as N5179Q May 1970 with Command Helicopters of Medford, OR.  Registration revoked
				138100 to civil registry as N5180Q May 1970 with Command Helicopters of Medford, OR.  Registration revoked
				138101 to Naval Air Museum, Pensacola, Florida, to US Army Aviation Museum, Ft Rucker, AL
138103/138371		North American T-28B Trojan
				MSN 200-174/200-442.  Some references have this run as ending at 138367.
				Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
				138103 (MSN 200-174) to MASDC as 5T0171 Sep 17, 1978. SOC 25Sep83. On civilian registry as N130AS, current Dec 2015.
				138104 (MSN 200-175) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 24Jan83
				138105 (MSN 200-176) Assigned to NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 9Dec82
					Transferred to USAF.  Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Stored dismantled at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				138106 (MSN 200-177) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 18Dec74
				138107 (MSN 200-178)  Assigned to NAAS Kingsville, TX. Crashed 23Feb55 [refer also BuNo 137797; mid-air collision?]
				138108 (MSN 200-179)To NAS Litchfield Park, AZ. SOC 29Jun61. To USAF Jul 21, 1961 as 53-8366 with Farm Gate.
				138109 (MSN 200-180) Assigned to VT-28, NAS Corpus Christi, TX. W/o 15May76
				138110 (MSN 200-181) To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 13Nov72 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force 25Nov72 as 54-138110/138110
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 54-138110/138110, possibly for spares. Noted dismantled at Villamor AB 1980-88. 
					Sold 14Mar89.  Registered N2054K 12Sep89; current [Dec15]
				138111 (MSN 200-182) To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 28Apr65 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Democratic Republic of the Congo Air Force / Force Aérienne Congolaise May65 as 111, code FA-111
					Abandoned in mid-air 29May65 NW of Paulis after running out of fuel at night. The pilot bailed out safely
				138112 (MSN 200-183) to USAF as 53-8367 with Farm Gate.
				138113 (MSN 200-184) To BWR FR, Columbus, OH. SOC 6Jan62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP].  To South Vietnam Air Force Feb62 as 138113
					Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron.  Redesignated 516th Fighter Squadron Jan63
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 53-138113/0-38113
					Assigned to Detachment 6, 4410th Combat Crew Training Squadron, 1st Air Commando Wing, Udorn RTAB, Thailand 
					for Operation Water Pump. 
					Crashed 19Nov64 on a flight from Saigon to Udorn. One of 2 Water Pump T-28s that were shot down by AAA at 
					Quang Nam, South Vietnam, killing both crews on their return flight to Udorn, after they had been on a 
					fact-finding mission to Da Nang to investigate the possibility of replacing the T-28s at Udorn with A-1Es.
				138114 (MSN 200-185) Assigned to VA-42, NAS Oceana, VA. Crashed 3Jun61
				138115 (MSN 200-186) To BWR FR, Columbus, OH. SOC 25Jan62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Feb62 as 138115
					Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron.  Redesignated 516th Fighter Squadron Jan63
					Assigned to 716th Reconnaissance Squadron.  [presumably modified and designated RT-28B]
					w/o in early 1964.
				138116 (MSN 200-187) Assigned to BTG-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code 302]
					Transferred to USAF 7Dec70
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Converted to T-28D-10.  To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 22Feb72
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Royal Lao Air Force Feb 1972 as 54-138116/0-38116
					Assigned to Detachment 6, 4410th Combat Crew Training Squadron, 1st Air Commando Wing, Udorn RTAB, Thailand 
					for Operation Water Pump. 
					To Khmer Air Force 19May72 as 54-138116/138116
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 54-138116/138116.  Disposal approved Oct 1980.
				138117 (MSN 200-188) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code 2G-113]
					Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX. To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 24Feb84
					Registered N88AW; current [Dec15]
				138118 (MSN 200-189) Assigned to NAAS Corry Field, FL. Crashed 15Oct56. W/o Jun66
				138119 (MSN 200-190) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code 2W-129]
					Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-745]
					To MASDC as 5T0180 5Dec78. SOC 6Dec78
					Registered N119DB; reregistered.  Registered N119RT; current 
				138120 (MSN 200-191) Assigned to VT-26, NAS Chase Field, TX. Crashed 22Jul75
				138121 (MSN 200-192) Crashed 17Feb55
				138122 (MSN 200-193) Bailed to USAF 9Jan70
					Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 31Aug83
					Noted in external storage at the Naval Aviation Museum (Pensacola) Summer 1984
					Registered N28RF; terminated 2Dec03
					Registered N28RF 17Feb04; cancelled 19Mar08 on export to owner in Australia
					Registered VH-FNO 13Aug08; current
				138123 (MSN 200-194) Transferred to US Marine Corps
					Assigned to MCAS New River, Jacksonville, NC. W/o 10May67
				138124 (MSN 200-195) Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC, damaged 21Jan74 
				138125 (MSN 200-196) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 24Jan83
					Registered N653Z; reregistered.  To the Maryland Aviation Historical Society, Annapolis, MD Oct91
					Registered N28FM Jun93; reregistered.  Registered N28VV 12Jul05; current [Dec15]
				138126 (MSN 200-197) Written off 14Nov58 
				138127 (MSN 200-198) to USAF as 53-8368
				138128 (MSN 200-199) Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 17Dec76 
				138129 (MSN 200-200) Assigned to NARTU, NAS Anacostia, MD
					Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-727]
					To MASDC as 5T0179 27Nov78. SOC 29Nov78
					Registered N32257; current [Dec15]
					To World Aircraft Museum, Calhoun, GA Oct82
					Preserved and displayed at Tennessee Museum of Aviation, Gatlinburg-Pigeon Forge Airport, Sevierville, TN by 2002
				138130 (MSN 200-201) Assigned to NAS Corpus Christi, TX. Soc 24Feb83
					Registered N944RJ.  Registration N228JS reserved; ntu
					Substantially damaged 21May98 on landing at Spartanburg Downtown Memorial Airport, SC. The pilot was 
					contracted to transport tissue from Spartanburg, to Charleston, South Carolina. Before departure on the 
					positioning flight, he was advised by Flight Service Station of a severe thunderstorm watch covering 
					South Carolina; and a thunderstorm was east of Greer, moving east and deteriorating. While taxiing to 
					takeoff, he was advised the thunderstorm appeared to be over the destination airport and Greer Approach 
					Control advised him that the thunderstorm was over the destination airport. The flight continued and 
					during the approach, rain increased in intensity as reported by the pilot and a line service employee 
					on the airport. The pilot stated that he landed about one-quarter of the way down the 5,203-foot-long 
					runway but did not apply the brakes until the 1/2 way point. The airplane rolled off the departure end 
					of the runway, down an embankment, and came to rest against a guardrail.
					Registration cancelled Nov 17, 1998 as "destroyed".
					Registration N8928T allocated Oct 12, 2004; current [Dec15]
				138131 (MSN 200-202) Written off 23Jun55 
				138132 (MSN 200-203) Written off 8Jun56
				138133 (MSN 200-204) Written off 16Feb55
				138134 (MSN 200-205) To MASDC as 5T0055 7Mar75. SOC 29May78. 
					Transferred to USAF.  Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Bought at DoD sale 20May82.  Registration N828VW reserved Oct 5, 2006 for 
					Vintage Warbirds, taken up Dec 6, 2006.  current [Dec15]
					Stored at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]			
				138135 (MSN 200-206) To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 13Nov72
					To Royal Lao Air Force Dec 1972 as 53-138135/38135. WFU 1Jul74
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 53-138135/138135, possibly for spares. Noted dismantled at Villamor AB 1980-88. 
					Sold 14Mar89.  Registered N2061W 12Sep89; expired 30Jun12
				138136 (MSN 200-207) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL 1964-66
					To MASDC as 5T0175 28Sep78. SOC 29Sep78
					Registered N7044W; reregistered.  Registered N27WS; reregistered 
					Damaged by flooding in Missouri 1993.  Registered N28XP Dec94; reregistered 
					Registered N128HR 9Jan96; reregistered.  Registered N54ML Jan98; reregistered 
					Registered N2HF 16Mar00; current [Dec15]
					Also reported as loaned to the Royal Lao Air Force as 53-8136/0-38135 May/Jun64
					Damaged 24Jan65 at Wattay, Vientiane. Ammunition accidently fired hit a fuel truck in front of a parked 
					and armed aircraft causing an explosion which cascaded down the flight line.
				138137 (MSN 200-208) To BWR FR, Columbus, OH. SOC 31Jan62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Feb62 as 138137.  Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron
					Redesignated 516th Fighter Squadron Jan63
					To Royal Lao Air Force May/Jun64 as 0-38137
					Assigned to Detachment 6, 4410th Combat Crew Training Squadron, 1st Air Commando Wing, Udorn RTAB, Thailand 
					for Operation Water Pump. 
				137138 (MSN 200-209) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 16Dec71
				138139 (MSN 200-210) To BWR FR, Columbus, OH. SOC 18Jan62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Feb62 as 138139.  Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron.  W/o early 1962.
				138140 (MSN 200-211) To MASDC as 5T0159 8Aug78. SOC 9Aug78
					Registered N504GH Apr86; expired 11Jul94, cancelled 29Oct13
					Substantially damaged 28Oct89 on landing at Braintree, MA. The pilot stated that when he retracted the 
					landing gear after takeoff, he did not get a 'nose gear up' indication. The gear was cycled and ground 
					observers reported that the nose gear appeared to have 'rotated out of proper orientation’. The nose 
					gear collapsed upon touchdown. The cause of the nose gear malfunction was not determined.
				138141 (MSN 200-212) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 14Apr83
					Bailed to US Army. First report 15Mar83; last report 15Oct83.  To MASDC as TA0211 Oct 27, 1989.  
					Registered N263FM 20Jun94; current [Dec15]
				138142 (MSN 200-213) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 19Nov83
					Registered N54912 27Sep84; ntu, cancelled 17Feb11
				138143 (MSN 200-214) To BWR FR, Columbus, OH. SOC 31Jan62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Feb62 as 138143
					Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron.  W/o early 1962
				138144 (MSN 200-215) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL [code E-701]. SOC 28Oct82
					Preserved and on display at NAS Whiting Field, FL
				138145 (MSN 200-216) to USAF as 53-8369 with Farm Gate
				138146 (MSN 200-217) To BWR FR, Columbus, OH. SOC 28Dec61
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Feb62 as 138146
					Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron.  Redesignated 516th Fighter Squadron Jan63
					To Royal Lao Air Force 29Aug63 as 53-8146/08146
					Destroyed 24Jan65 at Wattay, Vientiane. Ammunition accidently fired hit a fuel truck in front of a parked 
					and armed aircraft causing an explosion which cascaded down the flight line.
				138147 (MSN 200-218) Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL [code 2A-1] [Aug58]
					Transferred to USAF as 53-8370.
				138148 (MSN 200-219) Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 22Nov77
				138149 (MSN 200-220) Bailed to USAF 9Jan70
					Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code 2W-246]
					Assigned to VT-6, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code E-216]. SOC 25Jan83
					Registered N391NA; cancelled 11Aug88
					To the Maryland Aviation Historical Society, Annapolis, MD 1986-87
					Preserved and on display at the People's Liberation Army Air Force Aviation Museum [aka China Aviation Museum], 
					Datangshan, Beijing, PRC by 1990
				138150 (MSN 200-221) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code E-427]
					To MASDC as 5T0083 Nov 9, 1976.  SOC 29May78
					Registered N138WW to World Wide Aeronautical Industries 22Feb90; cancelled 21Jun96
					Crashed 25Feb91 during a forced landing en-route Tucson to Mesa, AZ. The aircraft's engine upper crankcase 
					oil breather line failed during cruise flight, which allowed the engine's oil to vent overboard. The lack 
					of oil caused the engine to seize and a total loss of engine power resulted. The pilot set up a power-off 
					approach to a road, but altered the aircraft's course due to excessive vehicular traffic on the road. 
					He attempted to land the aircraft in an open area. On short final, the pilot saw high tension wires. 
					To avoid colliding with the wires, the pilot pulled the nose of the aircraft up. The aircraft cleared 
					the wires, but the airspeed slowed causing the aircraft to stall, resulting in a hard landing.
				138151 (MSN 200-222) To BWR FR, Columbus, OH. SOC 13Jan62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Feb62 as 138151
					Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron.  Redesignated 516th Fighter Squadron Jan63
					Assigned to 716th Reconnaissance Squadron [presumably modified and designated RT-28B]
					W/o sometime in 1963 with 716 Squadron.
				138152 (MSN 200-223) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL
					Transferred to USAF 22Jan71.  To NAS Jacksonville, FL. SOC 20Aug71
					Converted to T-28D-10, line number 412
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-99/14 Jan 1972. W/o 22Sep76
				138153 (MSN 200-224) To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 28Apr65 
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Democratic Republic of the Congo Air Force / Force Aérienne Congolaise May65 as 153, code FA-153
					Crashed 20Nov65 near Albertville during an attack on a target at lake Tanganyika. Pilot killed.
				138154 (MSN 200-225)  Bailed to USAF 24Dec69
					Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 24Jan83
				138155 (MSN 200-226) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code 2W-106]
					Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code E-476]
					To MASDC as 5T0176 Oct 2, 1978. SOC 3Oct78
				138156 (MSN 200-227) To NAS Litchfield Park, AZ. SOC 29May61.
					Transferred to USAF as 53-8371 Jul 21, 1961 for Farm Gate
				138157 (MSN 200-228) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code 2G-233]
					Assigned to VA-122, NAS Lemoore, CA [code NJ-298]
					Transferred to USAF 4Jun71
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 11Dec71.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 449
					To Royal Thai Air Force as JF13-113/15. SOC 14Aug84
					Preserved and on display at the RTAF Academy, Don Mueang, Bangkok
				138158 (MSN 200-229) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-717]
					Bailed to USAF 24Dec69
					To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 11Feb84
					Registered N138RR Jul86; current [Dec15]
				138159 (MSN 200-230) transferred to USAF as 53-8372 with Farm Gate
				138160 (MSN 200-231) transferred to USAF as 53-8373 with Farm Gate
				138161 (MSN 200-232) Assigned to NAS Cabaniss Field, TX. Crashed 3Aug56
				138162 (MSN 200-233) To BWR FR, Columbus, OH. SOC 31Jan62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Feb62 as 138162
					Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron
					Redesignated 516th Fighter Squadron Jan63
					To Royal Lao Air Force May/Jun64 as 53-8162/8162, later as 0-38162. W/o 21Oct65
				138163 (MSN 200-234)  Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 5May78
				138164 (MSN 200-235) Accepted by USAF May54
					Transferred to US Navy 9May54
					Assigned to VA-122, NAS Lemoore, CA Jun68-Feb69
					Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL Aug69-Apr72
					Assigned to VT-6, NAS Whiting Field, FL Sep73-Nov76
					Assigned to COMTRAWING 5NAS Pensacola, FL Dec76
					Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX Jun78
					To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 24Jan84
					To the National Air and Space Museum [NASM] Jun85
					Registered N9060F Jul87; current [Dec15]
					On June 24, 2005 the aircraft was substantially damaged upon collision with another airplane while holding 
					short on taxiway Delta at Dyess Air Force Base (DYS), near Abilene, Texas. The pilot was holding short of 
					taxiway Alpha on taxiway Delta awaiting further taxi instructions when another airplane collided into the 
					rear of his airplane. The pilot of the other airplane, Harvard MK IV, N15797, stated that after 
					exiting the active runway onto taxiway Delta, he switched to the ground control frequency. After calling 
					on this frequency, the pilot was notified of the correct ground control frequency. After switching 
					frequencies, the pilot heard an Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT) beacon, and thinking that the 
					signal was emitting from his airplane, the pilot attempted to reset the ELT while he continued to taxi 
					straight ahead. Subsequently, his airplane struck the other airplane that was holding short on taxiway Delta.
				138165 (MSN 200-236) transferred to USAF as 53-8374 with Farm Gate
				138166 (MSN 200-237) Assigned to VA-125, NAS Lemoore, CA. Crashed 21Jan64. SOC 11Dec72
				138167 (MSN 200-238) Assigned to 6th Naval District. Crashed 9Apr62
				138168 (MSN 200-239) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL. Crashed 15Aug76
				138169 (MSN 200-240) Crashed 22Jun55
				138170 (MSN 200-241) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL.  Transferred to USAF 21Jan71
					To NAS Jacksonville, FL. SOC 6Jul71.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 409
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-100/14 Jan 1972.  W/o Aug 14, 1981.
				138171 (MSN 200-242) to MASDC as 5T0164 21Dec78
					Registered N8064H 17Apr89; reregistered.  Registered N171BA Oct90; current [Dec15]
				138172 (MSN 200-243) to MASDC as 5T0198 Bailed to USAF 9Jan70
					To MASDC as 5T0198. SOC 5Mar83.  Registered N82AW Jan86; cancelled 8Sep00
					On April 15, 2000 the aircraft was destroyed on impact with terrain following a loss of engine power in 
					cruise flight. The flight originated from the Schaumburg Regional Airport, Schaumburg, Illinois and was 
					en route to the Ross County Airport, Chillicothe, Ohio. The pilot said that after leveling off at 9,500 feet 
					he noticed abnormal oil pressure readings. The pilot elected to land the airplane, but before a landing 
					could be accomplished, the oil pressure dropped and the engine subsequently failed. The pilot contacted 
					air traffic control (ATC) and declared an emergency. ATC issued the pilot vectors to the Greater 
					Kankakee Airport (IKK), Kankakee, Illinois. The pilot said, 'at five miles I had the airport in 
					sight and knew instantly I was way too high for the southeast runway. ... I was still high and lowered 
					the gear with the full intention of making the hard surface runway.' The pilot reported that during the 
					descent, the engine was vibrating violently and that the '...descent rate became excessively high.' 
					The aircraft landed in a plowed farm field about 1 mile north of the airport. The impeller section 
					of the engine was wet with oil. This would indicate the loss of impeller seal between this section 
					and the power section of the engine. 
				138173 (MSN 200-244) Transferred to USAF 10Jun71
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 11Dec71.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 448
					To Royal Thai Air Force as JF13-114/15.  SOC 14Aug84. To Tango Squadron 1991
				138174 (MSN 200-245) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL.  Transferred to USAF 19Jan71
					To NAS Jacksonville, FL. SOC 20Jul71.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 407
					To Royal Lao Air Force [sic] as 54-138174/0-38174.  W/o Aug 1971.
				138175 (MSN 200-246) Assigned to VT-6, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code E-232]
					To MASDC as 5T0174 27Sep78.  Registered N28EP 24Jan89; current [Dec15]
				138176 (MSN 200-247) Assigned to MCAS Yuma, AZ 
					To MASDC as 5T0033 17Dec74 SOC 29May78. Transferred to USAF 
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Bought at DoD sale 20May82
					Registered N829VW reserved Oct 5, 2006 for Vintage Warbirds, taken up 6Dec06; current [Dec15]
					Stored at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				138177 (MSN 200-248)  Crashed 5Dec57
				138178 (MSN 200-249) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL
					To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 18Sep67. Departed 22Mar70.  To NARF Pensacola, FL 
					To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Departed 14Oct83
					Registered N28TY Jan85; current [Dec15]
				138179 (MSN 200-250) To MASDC as 5T0024 2Dec74
					Transferred to USAF 28Oct81 as 5T0124 Oct 28, 1981, trqnsferred to USAF Oct 28, 1981 as TA0160.  
					Registered N3905H Jan85; cancelled 1987
					Registered OE-ESA Jan88; current [2007]
					Operated by Red Bull ‘The Flying Bulls’. Under restoration [2010]
				138180 (MSN 200-251) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL.  Transferred to USAF 22Jan71
					To NAS Jacksonville, FL. SOC 20Aug71.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 413
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-101/14 Jan 1972.
				138181 (MSN 200-252) To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 13Nov72
					To Royal Lao Air Force Dec 1972 as 53-138181/0-38181. WFU 1Jul74
					To Philippine Air Force as 53-138181/138181, possibly for spares. Noted dismantled at Villamor AB 1980-88. Sold 14Mar89
					Registered N2063T 12Sep89; cancelled 10Jul13.
				138182 (MSN 200-253)  Assigned to NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 11Aug83
				138183 (MSN 200-254) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL
					Transferred to USAF 4Mar71.  
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 5Mar72.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 434
					To Khmer Air Force  6Mar72 as 54-138183/0-38183
					Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Philippine Air Force c 1976 as 54-138183/138183
				138184 (MSN 200-255) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-735]
					Registered N251NA 28Nov88; cancelled 20Sep13
					To the Maryland Aviation Historical Society, Annapolis, MD 1988
				138185 (MSN 200-256) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-735]
					Registered N251NA 28Nov88; cancelled 20Sep13
					To the Maryland Aviation Historical Society, Annapolis, MD 1988
				138186 (MSN 200-257) Crashed 14Jul59
				138187 (MSN 200-258) Converted to North American Model NA-225, designated T-28C C/n 225-1
					To NAS Patuxent River, MD for carrier suitability trials Nov55
					Assigned to VT-6, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code E-260]
					To MASDC as 5T0129 9May78. SOC 1Apr82.  Registered N187GH; current [Dec15]
				138188 (MSN 200-259) Written off 15Oct56
				138189 (MSN 200-260) Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. W/o 9Jun77
				138190 (MSN 200-261) Written off 26Sep60
				138191 (MSN 200-262) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL 
					To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 29Aug67. Departed 13Mar70
					To NARF Pensacola, FL.  Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-755]. SOC 19Nov83
					Registration N54913 reserved 1984.  Registered N107NA May88; current [Dec15]
					To the Maryland Aviation Historical Society, Annapolis, MD 1988
				138192 (MSN 200-263) Manufactured 21Feb55
					Modified as a drone director, designated T-28BD, redesignated 1962 as DT-28B
					Assigned to Naval Air Missile Test Center, Research and Development (R&D), Point Mugu, CA 28Jun55
					Assigned to Naval Air Facility, Research and Development (R&D), Naval Ordnance Test Station (NOTS), 
					China Lake, CA, 27Sep57 [code 79]
					Assigned to Overhaul and Repair (O&R), Bureau of Aeronautics (BUAER) Maintenance and Supply, 
					Weapons (BUWEPS) Fleet Reserve (FR), NAS Pensacola, FL, 5Jun58. Overhauled Sep68
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 13Nov72
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 53-138192/0-38192. WFU 1Jul74
					To Philippine Air Force c 1976 as 53-138192/138192, possibly for spares. Noted dismantled at Villamor AB 1980-88. 
					Sold 14Mar89.  Registered N2065F 12Sep89; cancelled 11Jul13
					To Aviation Heritage Center of Wisconsin, Sheboygan, WI
					Dedicated as part of Laos-Hmong CIA T-28 static display 20Sep14
				138193 (MSN 200-264) Written off 21Sep58
				138194 (MSN 200-265) Bailed to USAF 9Jan70
					To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 31Jan84
					Registered N194RR Jun86; current [Dec15]
				138195 (MSN 200-266) To NAS Litchfield Park, AZ. SOC 21Mar63
				138196 (MSN 200-267) Assigned to NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 3Aug83
				138197 (MSN 200-268) Written off 12May56
				138198 (MSN 200-269) Written off 3Apr60
				138199 (MSN 200-270) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code 2G-435]
					Transferred to USAF 26Jan71
					To NAS Jacksonville, FL. SOC 20Aug71.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 416
					To Royal Khmer Aviation / Aviation Royale Khmere 21Nov71 as 55-138199/0-38199. Combat damage 21Nov71 [sic]
				138200 (MSN 200-271) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL. Crashed 17Nov64
				138201 (MSN 200-272) Transferred to USAF 4Jun71
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 11Dec71.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 445
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 55-138201/0-38201. W/o 12Sep73
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
				138202 (MSN 200-273) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-736]
					To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 29Oct83
					Noted stripped for parts at Fairbanks, AK 1989 
					Registered N887N; current [Dec15]
					To National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL Nov93; sold 1994 in Alaska as a stripped hulk. Airworthy by 1999
				138203 (MSN 200-274) To NAS Litchfield Park, AZ 11May60
					To BWR FR, Columbus, OH. SOC 15Dec61
					Loaned to US Forest Service c1962.  Registered N131Z; cancelled
					Used by Intermountain Aviation to train CIA pilots; noted Marana, AZ 1966-1974
					Returned to US Navy 1976.  To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 6May76. Departed 27Dec78
					Donated to State of Arizona Surplus Property Division, Narcotics Strike Force, Tucson, AZ 18Dec78
					On civil registry as N131Z by 1962
					Registered N9050N Jan79, Arizona Drug Control District, Tucson, AZ; reregistered
					Registered N950N 23Feb82, Narcotics Force, Tucson, AZ; reregistered
					Registered N372C 2Aug83; current [Dec15]
					Noted derelict at Fairbanks, AK 1990.  To Palm Springs Air Museum, Palm Springs, CA 29Feb12
				138204 (MSN 200-275) Written off 20Jul60
				138205 (MSN 200-276) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL. Written off 29Oct68
				138206 (MSN 200-277) Assigned to VT-6, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code E-250]
					Assigned to NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 5Jan84.  Registered N5493G 27Sep84; ntu, cancelled 21Jan11
					To the USAF Museum for preservation. Loaned to Minnesota Air National Guard Museum, Minnesota 
					ANG - 133rd AW, Minneapolis - Saint Paul, MN
				138207 (MSN 200-278) Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. Damaged 12Dec67
				138208 (MSN 200-279) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL
					Transferred to USAF 21Jan71.  
					To NAS Jacksonville, FL. SOC 14Sep71.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 418
					To Royal Lao Air Force in 1972 as 55-138208/0-38208. W/o 24Jun72
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
				138209 (MSN 200-280) Assigned to TW-5, NAS Whiting Field, FL 
					To MASDC as 5T0173 23Sep78. SOC 24Sep78.  Registered N209WW Dec89; expired 31May14
					On March 27, 2011 the aircraft crashed into Tampa Bay, about 20 feet short of the runway at Albert 
					Whitted Airport (KSPG) in downtown St. Petersburg, FL. The pilot took off as part of the 
					Trojan Horsemen flight demonstration team as one of a flight of six. Shortly after takeoff, the 
					pilot announced on the tower frequency that the "chip" light illuminated, that he broke from the 
					formation and was returning to the airport. Approximately one minute later, the pilot announced 
					that the engine had failed. He was cleared to land on any runway. The pilot advised that he was 
					going to land on runway 36. While on final approach to runway 36, oil leaked from the engine, completely 
					blocking the view from the canopy. By the time the pilot was able to open the canopy, the aircraft 
					position was east of and abeam the numbers 36. The pilot was then committed to enter a left 
					downwind and land runway 18. He decided to ditch the aircraft, rather than risk hitting the seawall 
					boundary at the end of the runway. The aircraft landed in the water short of the approach end on 
					runway 18 with the landing gear extended and flipped upside down.
					The T-28 fly over was part of ceremonies at the Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg, prior to the start 
					of the 4-hour event.
				138210 (MSN 200-281) To MASDC as 5T0036 20Dec74. Departed 21Apr76 to NARF Jacksonville, FL.  
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 15Nov78
					Bailed to US Army 26Aug76 as chase plane for Cheyenne helicopter. Last report 15Mar86
					Operated by Army Aviation Engineering Flight Activity [AAEFA]
					Assigned to Edwards AFB, CA.  The T-28 was deemed incapable of matching the Cheyenne's anticipated 
					acceleration and maneuverability. Assigned to Fort Bragg, NC
					Operated by Army Airborne Special Operations Test Board
					Used to photograph loads being dropped out of cargo planes
					Stored at the Pima Air Museum, Tucson, AZ 1992-93.  Registered N262A 15Sep95; current [Dec15]
				138211 (MSN 200-282) transferred to USAF as 53-8375 for Farm Gate
				138212 (MSN 200-283) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-724]
					Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. Damaged 13May80
				138213 (MSN 200-284) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX
					To MASDC as 5T0183 28Dec78. SOC 29Dec78
					Registered N312AS Jul86; current [Dec15]
					On 24Oct09 the aircraft landed with the gear-up at Coolidge airport, AZ. The pilot forgot to put 
					the gear down. During the recovery, as the aircraft was being raised, the mechanic noticed that the 
					landing gear handle was in the up position. He proceeded to lower the gear handle to the down position 
					and the gear came down as required. 
				138214 (MSN 200-285) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 5Jan84
				138215 (MSN 200-286) Assigned to NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
					To MASDC as 5T0063 9Sep76. SOC 29May78
					Registered N7044L; expired 16Mar10.  Registered N7044L 26Jul11; expired 31Jul14
					Registered N7044L 31Oct14; current [Dec15]
				138216 (MSN 200-287) Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 9Sep83
					Noted in external storage at the Naval Aviation Museum (Pensacola) Summer 1984
					Registered N285MS Oct85; reregistered.  Registered N285DB Dec99; current [Dec15]
					Seen at Rockford, IL Aug 9, 1996 as N285MS
				138217 (MSN 200-288) Bailed to USAF 24Dec69
					Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 21Dec82.  Transferred to USAF 
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Stored dismantled at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				138218 (MSN 200-289) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX
					Registered N283JR 29Jul85; reregistered.  Registered N283V Nov87; reregistered
					Registered N1283 Dec91; sale reported 16Oct08, cancelled 9Apr13
					Registered N1283G 21Aug14; cancelled 9Sep14 on export to New Zealand
					Registered ZK-TGN; current [Dec15]
				138219 (MSN 200-290) Modified as a drone director, designated DT-28B
					To Royal Lao Air Force  as 0-38219
					Assigned to Detachment 6, 4410th Combat Crew Training Squadron, 1st Air Commando Wing, Udorn RTAB, 
					Thailand for Operation Water Pump. W/o Nov65
				138220 (MSN 200-291) Assigned to ATU-105, NAS Memphis, TN [code TB-507]
					Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-742]
					Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 23Sep83
					Noted in external storage at the Naval Aviation Museum (Pensacola) 1983
					Registered N220NA as a North American / Armoflex Inc T-28B; current [Dec15] 
				138221 (MSN 200-292) Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 31Aug83
					Noted in external storage at the Naval Aviation Museum (Pensacola) 1983-84
					Registered N221MS; current [Dec15]
				138222 (MSN 200-293) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL. Crashed 7Nov70
				138223 (MSN 200-294) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-701]
					Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 15Sep83
					Registered N5109Y; cancelled 25Apr13
					Registration N679SC assigned; ntu
					To National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL Oct92; sold 1Mar93
					Stored at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL, now the National Naval Aviation Museum
				138224 (MSN 200-295) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code E-433]
					To MASDC as 5T0168 11Sep78.  Registered N628B
					Crashed 4Feb99 15 miles NE of Palm Springs en-route Van Nuys to Thermal, CA. The aircraft was flying 
					in the wing position in a two-aircraft formation with T-28 N128NJ [BuNo 140509]. The pilot of the 
					lead aircraft received a pre-flight weather briefing that included an AIRMET for mountain obscuration 
					throughout the intended area of flight. When the flight did not arrive at its destination, a search 
					was initiated and the two airplanes were found on a mountain slope at 5,300 feet mean sea level (MSL). 
					The lead aircraft impacted the slope about 250 feet below a ridgeline. The wingman impacted approximately 
					220 feet further up the same slope and offset 30 feet to the right. Park service rangers reported 
					that weather near the accident site at the time consisted of overcast clouds with the tops of the 
					mountains intermittently obscured in clouds, snow, and light rain.
					Registration N628B cancelled by FAA Mar 20, 2003 as 'written off 4/2/99 at Joshua Tree, CA'.
				138225 (MSN 200-296) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL.  Transferred to USAF 19Jan71
					To NAS Jacksonville, FL. SOC 6Jul71.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 408
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-102/14 Jan 1972.
				138226 (MSN 200-297) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-704]. SOC 12May83
					Transferred to USAF.  Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Stored dismantled at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				138227 (MSN 200-298) ssigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL. Crashed 9Nov76
				138228 (MSN 200-299) Bailed to USAF 9Jan70
					Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. Damaged 6May75.  Transferred to USAF 
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Stored dismantled at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				138229 (MSN 200-300) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL
					Transferred to USAF 21Jan71
					To NAS Jacksonville, FL. SOC 15Jul71.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 410
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-103/14 Jan 1972
					Crashed 21Jun77 into a field at Ban Phonsavan, Muang District, Nong Khai Province.  One killed.
				138230 (MSN 200-301)  Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL. Crashed 11Jun69
				138231 (MSN 200-302) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-772]
					To MASDC as 5T0189 11Feb79. SOC 12Feb79
					Registered C-FTTZ 9Sep93; cancelled 28Dec94.  Registered N28CU 12Dec94; expired 31Dec15
				138232 (MSN 200-303) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL
					Transferred to USAF 27Jan71
					To NAS Jacksonville, FL. SOC 14Sep71.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 419
					To Royal Lao Air Force Apr 1972 as 55-138232/0-38232
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
					Taken over by the Lao People's Liberation Army Air Force (LPLAAF) as 3416, 1975
					Sold to user in Australia 1988.  Registered VH-DPT 14Jan93; current
				138233 (MSN 200-304)Assigned to ATU-105, NAS Memphis, TN
					Assigned to VT-6, NAS Whiting Field, FL. SOC 21Jun83
				138234 (MSN 200-305) To BWR FR, Columbus, OH. SOC 30Jan62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Feb62 as 138234
					Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron.  Redesignated 516th Fighter Squadron Jan63. Damaged 9Jun63 at Da Nang, Vietnam
					To Royal Lao Air Force  25Jul63 as 53-8234/8234
					Destroyed 24Jan65 at Wattay, Vientiane. Ammunition accidently fired hit a fuel truck in front of a parked 
					and armed aircraft causing an explosion which cascaded down the flight line.
				138235 (MSN 200-306) Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. Crashed 9Oct64, SOC 8Jan65
				138236 (MSN 200-307)
				138237 (MSN 200-308) Written off 4Sep58
				138238 (MSN 200-309) Assigned to NAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
					To MASDC as 5T0103 1Jun77. SOC 29May78
					Registered N238WW to World Wide Aeronautical Industries 29Dec89; reregistered
					Registered N313WB 11Jan94; current [Dec15]. Based in Czech Republic 2012to MASDC as 5T0103 Jun 1, 1977.
				138239 (MSN 200-310) Assigned to NAS Norfolk, VA
					To MASDC as 5T0088 17Nov76. SOC 29May78
					Registered N239GH May89; reregistered
					Registered N726A 31Jul90; expired 5Jun12
					Registered N726A 15Jul15; current [Dec15]
				138240 (MSN 200-311) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code E-316]
					To MASDC as 5T0186 Jan 23, 1979
					Registered N240WW  World Wide Aeronautical Industries 29Dec89; reregistered
					Registered N128BS 3Mar01; current [Dec15]
				138241 (MSN 200-312) To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 13Nov72
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force 25Nov72 as 55-138241/0-38241
					Assigned to Detachment 1, 56th Special Operations Wing, Nam Phong RTAFB, Thailand.
					Assigned to Detachment 6, 4410th Combat Crew Training Squadron, 1st Air Commando Wing, Udorn RTAB, Thailand 
					for Operation Water Pump. 
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 55-138241/138241, possibly for spares. Noted dismantled at Villamor AB 1980-88. 
					Sold 14Mar89
					Registered N2067K with c/n 54-138241, 12Sep89; current
				138242 (MSN 200-313) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX
					To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 7Feb84
					Registered N242J Jan86; current [Dec15]
				138243 (MSN 200-314) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code 3G-727]
					To MASDC as 5T0034 18Dec74
					To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 29May78. Bought at DoD sale 20May82
					Registered N228JC 25Mar05; current [Dec15]
				138244 (MSN 200-315) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. Crashed 12Dec58
				138245 (MSN 200-316) Accepted by US Navy 1Jun55 at NAS Pensacola, FL
					Assigned to NAAS Corry Field, FL 1Sep56.  Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL 17Jun58
					Assigned to NAS Anacostia, MD 24Jun61.  Assigned to NAF Andrews AFB, Washington, DC 28Feb62
					Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL 25Jun64.  Assigned to NAS North Island, CA 22Nov67
					Assigned to VA-122, NAS Lemoore, CA 7Jul69 [code NJ-090].  Assigned to VA-42, NAS Oceana, VA 25Sep72
					Assigned to NAS Norfolk, VA 26Oct72
					To MASDC as 5T0074 Nov 2, 1976. .SOC 29May78. Sold as surplus 5Jun90
					Registered N65491 Nov90; current [Dec15]
					Damaged 21May05 at Franklin Municipal Airport, VA when the nose landing gear collapsed on landing.
					Operated by the WarBird Museum of Virginia
				138246 (MSN 200-317) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code E-332]
					To MASDC as 5T0178 Oct 17, 1978.  . SOC 18Oct78
					Registered N72293 27Jan97; reregistered.  Registered N13RW 29Sep99; cancelled 24Apr15
					Registration N47RW reserved Mar02; ntu
					Crashed 4Apr02 at Garner Municipal Airport, Uvalde, TX. 
					After a normal ground run-up and take off, the aircraft impacted terrain following a loss of control 
					after performing a downwind departure and climbing to an altitude of 800-1,000 feet agl. Several witnesses 
					who observed the takeoff sequence did not notice any abnormalities or abnormal sounds from the aircraft. 
					One of the witnesses reported that the aircraft made a left turn with a "normal" climb out to downwind, and 
					that the engine sounded normal. The aircraft appeared "stable" in the climb and was 
					parallel to the runway approximately 800-1,000 feet above ground level (agl) on the downwind departure. The 
					aircraft then entered a left turn, and just as the turn was completed, the aircraft "did one to one and 
					one-half barrel rolls in level flight." Then, while inverted, the aircraft "tucked under and went straight 
					down." The wreckage debris was severely fragmented and there was evidence of an extensive ground fire 
					surrounding the debris.
				138247 (MSN 200-318) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-777]
					Bailed to USAF 9Jan70.  Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 12Aug83
					Registered N54911 Dec84; reregistered.  Registered N572JB Apr87; current [Dec15]
					Preserved and on display at the War Eagles Air Museum, Santa Teresa, NM
				138248 (MSN 200-319) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL.  Transferred to USAF 25Jan71.  
					To NAS Jacksonville, FL. SOC 20Aug71.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 415
					To Royal Khmer Aviation / Aviation Royale Khmere 21Nov71 as 55-138248/0-38248. Renamed Khmer Air Force Dec71
				138249 (MSN 200-320) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL.  Transferred to USAF 1Feb71
					To NAS Jacksonville, FL. SOC 14Sep71.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 421
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 55-138249/0-38249
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
					W/o Nov 16, 1972 when rolled into C-123B "374" at Long Tieng.
				138250 (MSN 200-321) Written off 28Oct58
				138251 (MSN 200-322) To MASDC as 5T0015 30Nov70. Bought at DoD sale 20May82
					Stored at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				138252 (MSN 200-323) Written off 30Apr58
				138253 (MSN 200-324) Written off Jan66
				138254 (MSN 200-325) Written off 2Jun65 at NALF Monterey, CA
				138255 (MSN 200-326) Written off 14Dec56
				138256 (MSN 200-327) to South Vietnam AF early 1962.  W/o Jan 18, 1963 with 716 Squadron.
					To BWR FR, Columbus, OH. SOC 25Jan62.  Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Feb62 as 138256
					Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron
					Assigned to 716th Reconnaissance Squadron
					[presumably modified and designated RT-28B]
					W/o Jan 18, 1963 with 716 Squadron.
				138257 (MSN 200-328) Transferred to USAF 24Dec69.  Written off 16Jul71
				138258 (MSN 200-329) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL.  Transferred to USAF 29Jan71
					To NAS Jacksonville, FL. SOC 14Sep71.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 420
					To Royal Lao Air Force  as 55-138258/0-38258
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
				138259 (MSN 200-330) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code G-761]
					Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code 2W-593].  Transferred to USAF 26Sep71
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 55-138259/0-38259
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
					Transferred to US Navy 7Feb73
					To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 28Oct83
					Registered N86AW; cancelled 6Jun90 on export to Australia
					Registered VH-SHT 28Jun90; current.  Noted November 2002 at
					Hart's Flying Fighter Museum, Archerfield, Queensland, Australia.
					Impounded at Archerfield by Australian Government due owner’s tax liability Apr06; still impounded Nov15
				138260 (MSN 200-331) To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 28Apr65
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Democratic Republic of the Congo Air Force / Force Aérienne Congolaise Apr 28, 1965 as 260, 
					code FA-260, later as FG-260
					Captured by mutineers at Kisangani 5Jul67; blown up at Punia 2Aug67
				138261 (MSN 200-332) Assigned to BAR M&S – Columbus, OH 21Jun55
					Assigned to Naval Air Missile Test Center, Research and Development (R&D), Point Mugu, CA 2Jul55
					Modified as a drone director 29Nov56, designated T-28BD, redesignated 1962 as DT-28B
					Assigned to Naval Air Facility, Research and Development (R&D), Naval Ordnance Test Station (NOTS), 
					China Lake, CA, 27Sep57
					Assigned to Overhaul and Repair (O&R), Bureau of Aeronautics (BUAER) Maintenance and Supply, 
					Weapons (BUWEPS) Fleet Reserve (FR), NAS Pensacola, FL, 25Jan59
					Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-756]. SOC 9Dec82
					Transferred to USAF.  Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Stored dismantled at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				138262 (MSN 200-333) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX. W/o 26Jun81
				138263 (MSN 200-334) Assigned to NAS Barbers Point, HI
					To MASDC as 5T0077 4Nov76. SOC 29May78. Departed 31Mar80 to Lester Industries, San Antonio, TX 
					To Honduran Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Hondureña 1980 as 231. BoS 5Sep85
					Registered HR-AKL-P Jun85. Shipped Honduras to New Orleans Sep85
					Registered N63NA Sep85; current [Nov15]
				138264 (MSN 200-335) Assigned to BAR M&S – Columbus, OH 1Jul55
					Assigned to Naval Air Missile Test Center, Research and Development (R&D), Point Mugu, CA 13Jul55
					Assigned to Naval Ordnance Test Station (NOTS), China Lake, CA, 30Oct56
					Modified as a drone director 28Nov56, designated T-28BD, redesignated 1962 as DT-28B
					Assigned to Naval Air Missile Test Center, Research and Development (R&D), Point Mugu, CA 11Feb57
					Written off 24Aug60
				138265 (MSN 200-336) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-745]
					To MASDC as 5T0068 29Oct76. SOC 29May78
					Registered N7139J with to Western Wings Aircraft Sales 30Apr90; reregistered 
					Registered N555PF 10Jan95; current [Dec15] 
					Damaged 13Sep98 at Lake in the Hills, Chicago, IL. The aircraft departed Casa de Aero Park airport, Hampshire, IL 
					en-route to Lake in the Hills (3CK). Upon landing at 3CK the propeller contacted the runway. Witnesses 
					stated that the landing gear was not extended upon initial contact. When the aircraft bounced back into 
					the air, the landing gear started to extend. When the aircraft contacted the runway again, only the 
					right main was down and locked. The aircraft came to rest on the side of the runway. The propeller 
					had departed the aircraft.
				138266 (MSN 200-337) Assigned to Naval Ordnance Test Station (NOTS), China Lake, CA, Oct56
					Modified as a drone director Nov56, designated T-28BD, redesignated 1962 as DT-28B
					Assigned to Naval Air Missile Test Center, Point Mugu, CA
					To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 15Feb83
					Registered N391W; cancelled 12Feb98 on export to Switzerland. Delivered to Switzerland, via Reykjavik, Iceland 
					and Staverton, England, Nov97.
					Registered HB-RCT 16Feb98; cancelled 4Oct06 on export to South Africa 
					Registration ZU-RCT reserved 2006, taken up 24Nov06; current [2013] 
				138267 (MSN 200-338) Bailed to USAF Apr70
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Transferred to US Marine Corps
					Assigned to SOES-12 [Station Operations and Engineer Squadron], MCAS Quantico, VA. W/o 2May65.
					SOC at MCAS Quantico following damage May 2, 1965.
				138268 (MSN 200-339) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL.  Transferred to USAF 16Nov70
					To NAS Jacksonville, FL. SOC 21Jun71.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 401
					To Royal Lao Air Force  as 55-138268/0-38268
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
					Believed w/o Nov 1972.
				138269 (MSN 200-340) Written off 7Jun56
				138270 (MSN 200-341) Assigned to NAS Saufley Field, FL
					Transferred to USAF 29Jan71.
					To NAS Jacksonville, FL. SOC 30Jun71.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 403
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 55-138270/0-38270. W/o 18Oct72
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
				138271 Assigned to VA-122, NAS Lemoore, CA 7Jul69 [code NJ-094]
					Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL
					To MASDC 5Sep67. Departed 9Mar70 to NARF Pensacola, FL 
					Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-772]. SOC 30Mar84
					To National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL. On loan to the USS Lexington Museum
					Preserved and on display at the USS Lexington Museum On The Bay, Corpus Christi, TX
				138272 (MSN 200-343) Assigned to VT-6, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code E-223]
					To MASDC as 5T0082 9Nov76. SOC 29May78
					Registered C-FPTR 10Sep93; cancelled 12Jan98 on export to USA
					Registered N223E Jan98; current [Dec15]   but displays NX223E.  BuNo marked on fuselage as 
					as 8272 on tail and 138272 on fuselage.
					Damaged 22Nov02 at Lincoln Airport, NE. During instruction flight the pilot failed to lower landing gear. 
					The pilot stated that he was distracted by activity near the airport and delayed putting the gear 
					down and subsequently missed checking it before landing and did not notice the warning indication. 
					The aircraft's propeller and nose gear box was damaged.
				138273 (MSN 200-344) To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 6May75 as damaged 
				138274 (MSN 200-345) To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 15Nov72
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force 25Nov72 as 55-138274/0-38274
					Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 55-138274/138274 for spares use only. 
				138275 (MSN 200-346) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-735]
					To MASDC as 5T0075 3Nov76. SOC 29May78
					Registered N75AF Nov86; reregistered .  Registered N28DE Dec86; current [Dec15] 
					To Tillamook Air Museum, OR on loan 2005-13
				138276 (MSN 200-347) To BWR FR, Columbus, OH. SOC 31Jan62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Feb62 as 138276
					Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron.  Redesignated 516th Fighter Squadron Jan63
					To Royal Lao Air Force May/Jun63 as 53-8276/8276, later as 0-38276. W/o 24Feb70
				138277 (MSN 200-348) Transferred to USAF 9Jan70
					Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code 2G-102]. Crashed 6Jan76
				138278 (MSN 200-349) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX
					Bailed to USAF 9Jan70.  To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 22Feb84
					Registration to NASA as N138NA assigned; ntu, cancelled 11Mar88. Shipped to Australia Feb88
					Registered VH-NAW 24May88; current [2013]
				138279 (MSN 200-350) Assigned to NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 22Oct82.  Transferred to USAF 
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Stored dismantled at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				138280 (MSN 200-351) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-737]. SOC 5Mar84
					Transferred to USDA Forest Service, Anchorage, AK 14Feb84
					Registered N4781P to State of Alaska Division of Forestry, Aug84; reregistered
					Registered N218SF to the State of Alaska, Jan85; current with private owner [Dec15]
				138281 (MSN 200-352) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 23Mar83 [code D-728]
					Transferred to USAF.  Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Stored dismantled at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				138282 (MSN 200-353) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-748]. SOC 25Feb83
					Registered N29PH as a North American / Haggland JP T-28B, 1Apr96; current [Dec15]
				138283 (MSN 200-354) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX. W/o 16Mar76
				138284 (MSN 200-355) Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL.  Transferred to USAF 10Jun71
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 11Dec71.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 447
					To Royal Thai Air Force as JF13-115/15.  
					Preserved and on display at the RTAF Academy, Don Mueang, Bangkok
				138285 (MSN 200-356) Bailed to USAF 9Jan70
					Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-746]. SOC 7Apr83
					Bailed to US Army as 138285. First report 15Apr83.  Assigned to Fort Bragg, NC
					Operated by Army Airborne Special Operations Test Board
					Used to photograph loads being dropped out of cargo planes
					Preserved and on display as a gate guard at Pope AFB, NC 
					To the Carolinas Aviation Museum, Charlotte, NC Aug92, painted as 37825.
				138286 (MSN 200-357) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-755]. SOC 19Nov83
					Registration N5492X; reregistered
					To the Maryland Aviation Historical Society, Annapolis, MD Jun 1985
					Registered N351NA to the Maryland Aviation Historical Society, Jul85; current [Dec15].  Sold to Courtesy Aircraft
					Inc as N351NA.
				138287 (MSN 200-358) Bailed to USAF 24Dec69.  To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 16Nov72
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force 25Nov72 as 53-138287/0-38287
					Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 53-138287/138287, possibly for spares. Noted dismantled at Villamor AB 1980-88. Sold 14Mar89
					Registered N2065S 12Sep89; reregistered.  Registered N28NB with c/n 53-138287, 25Jul91; cancelled 21May12
					Substantially damaged 4Jul09 when the aircraft landed in a field shortly after takeoff due to engine failure 
					at Waxahachie, Texas. The pilot departed as number two of a three-airplane formation. On initial departure 
					while joining the formation, the pilot felt an unusual vibration in the airframe. The pilot checked the 
					engine instruments and determined that the oil temperature was high. After clearing the formation and turning 
					the airplane back toward the airport, the engine stopped producing power. The airplane descended, was landed 
					gear up in a clearing, and was substantially damaged during the landing. The cause of the high oil 
					temperature could not be determined.
				138288 (MSN 200-359) Assigned to FAWTUPAC, NAS North Island, CA [code PA-210]
					Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code 2G-251].  Transferred to USAF 25Jan71
					To NAS Jacksonville, FL. SOC 20Aug71.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 414
					To Royal Thai Air Force as B.JF13-104/14 Jan 24, 1972.
				138289 (MSN 200-360) Assigned to Base Flight, NAS Barbers Point, HI
					Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code 2G-251]
					To MASDC as 5T0165 8Sep78. SOC 11Jan82
					Registered N80701 1989; reregistered.  Registered N828B 29Sep89; cancelled 7Aug08 on export to Canada
					Registered C-GDKR 12Aug08; current [Dec15]
				138290 (MSN 200-361) Assigned to VA-42, NAS Oceana, VA. Crashed 24Jan63
				138291 (MSN 200-362) Assigned to NAS Miramar, CA.  Bailed to USAF 9Jan70
					To MASDC as 5T0097 21Feb77. SOC 29May78.  Registration N8574; expired 30Nov15
				138292 (MSN 200-363) To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 15Sep83
					Noted in external storage at the Naval Aviation Museum (Pensacola) 1983
					Registered N28FL Aug85; cancelled 17Apr12 on export to Canada
					Registered C-GTLW 17Apr12; current [Dec15]
				138293 (MSN 200-364) Written off 6Jun60
				138294 (MSN 200-365) Assigned to NAS Saufley Field, FL
					Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-749]
					To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 3Nov83
					Registered N5440F; current [Dec15]
				138295 (MSN 200-366) Written off 26Aug57
				138296 (MSN 200-367) Modified as a drone director, designated T-28BD, redesignated 1962 as DT-28B
					Assigned to Overhaul and Repair (O&R), Bureau of Aeronautics (BUAER) Maintenance and Supply, Weapons (BUWEPS) 
					Fleet Reserve (FR), NAS Pensacola, FL, 10Feb58
					Assigned to Naval Air Facility, Research and Development (R&D), Naval Ordnance Test Station (NOTS), 
					China Lake, CA, 14May58
					Assigned to Overhaul and Repair (O&R), Bureau of Aeronautics (BUAER) Maintenance and Supply, Weapons (BUWEPS) 
					Fleet Reserve (FR), NAS Pensacola, FL, 29Jun61
					Assigned to Naval Air Facility, Research and Development (R&D), Naval Ordnance Test Station (NOTS), 
					China Lake, CA, 30Nov61
					Accident 9Mar63; SOC 27Mar63
				138297 (MSN 200-368) Written off 25Apr60
				138298 (MSN 200-369) to USAF as 53-8376 for Farm Gate
				138299 (MSN 200-370) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-729]
					Registered N54936; ntu, cancelled 21Jan11
				138300 (MSN 200-371) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX. Crashed 19Feb77
				138301 (MSN 200-372) Assigned to FAWTUPAC, NAS North Island, CA [code PA-13]
					Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-740]
					To MASDC as 5T0070 Oct 3, 1976, transferred to USAF as TA0209.. SOC 29May78
					Bailed to US Army as 138301
					To Western International, Tucson, AZ Nov92
					Registered N264FM with Flight Management, Tulsa, OK 20Jun94; reregistered
					To Flight Management, Tulsa, OK as N264FM.  Now on civil registry as N228MC
				138302 (MSN 200-373) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL.  Transferred to USAF 21Jan71.  
					To NAS Jacksonville, FL. SOC 20Aug71.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 411
					To Royal Thai Air Force as JF13-105/14 Jan 1972.  
					Preserved and on display at Korat Army Camp, Thailand
				138303 (MSN 200-374) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-743]
					To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 22Feb84
					Registered N9671N Oct85; current [Dec15]
				138304 (MSN 200-375) Written off 22Oct57
				138305 (MSN 200-376) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL.  Transferred to USAF 7Dec70
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 21Dec71.  Converted to T-28D-10
					To Royal Lao Air Force  as 55-138305/0-38305
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
				138306 (MSN 200-377) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code E-410]
					To MASDC as 5T0091 21Nov76.  SOC 29May78.  
					Registered Nov 1989 to World Wide Aeronautical Industries as N306WW.  Current Dec 2015
				138307 (MSN 200-378) Assigned to NAS Norfolk, VA. W/o 31Aug75
				138308 (MSN 200-379) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL 
					To MASDC28Aug67. Departed 13Mar70 to NARF Pensacola, FL 
					Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX.  To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 9Sep83 
					Noted in external storage at the Naval Aviation Museum (Pensacola) Summer 1984
					Registered N284MS Oct85; current [Dec15]
				138309 (MSN 200-380) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX??
					Bailed to US Army 7Jan70.  Transferred to US Marine Corps.  Assigned to MCAS El Toro, CA
					To MASDC as 5T0102 9May77. SOC 29May78. Departed 31Mar80 to Lester Industries, San Antonio, TX 
					To Honduran Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Hondureña 1980 as 230. 
					Preserved and on display at Museo del Aire de Honduras, Toncontin Airport, Tegucigalpa by 1990,
					painted as FAH-214.  The original FAH-214 was T-28A ex 50-293.
				138310 (MSN 200-381) Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL
					To MASDC as 5T0078 5Nov76. SOC 29May78
					Registered N393W Jul86; cancelled on export to France. Shipped to Dijon, France Jul90
					Registered F-AZIF 20Sep93; cancelled 10Jan96. Shipped to USA Feb96
					Registered N393W 6Feb96; current [Dec15]
					Preserved and on display at Planes of Fame, Grand Canyon, Valle, AZ
				138311 (MSN 200-382) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 5Mar84
					Transferred to USDA Forest Service, Anchorage, AK 14Feb84
					Registered N4781E to State of Alaska Division of Forestry, Mar84; reregistered
					Registered N214SF to the State of Alaska, Jan85; current with private owner [Dec15]
					As N214SF undergoing restoration at Air Heritage Inc, Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania.
				138312 (MSN 200-383) Assigned to NAS Corpus Christi, TX. W/o 18Jul81
					Transferred to USAF.  Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Stored dismantled at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				138313 (MSN 200-384) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-722]
					To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 14Oct83.
					Registered N128TD 3Dec85; current [Dec15] on civil registry as N128TD
				138314 (MSN 200-385) Assigned to NAS Norfolk, VA
					To MASDC as 5T0079 5Nov76. SOC 29May78
					Registered N392W Jul86; current [Dec15]
				138315 (MSN 200-386) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL. Crashed 22Feb63
				138316 (MSN 200-387) To BWR FR, Columbus, OH. SOC 31Jan62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Feb62 as 53-138316/138316
					Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron.  Redesignated 516th Fighter Squadron Jan63
					To Royal Lao Air Force May/Jun64 as 53-138316/0-38316. W/o 1Feb65
				138317 (MSN 200-388) To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 13Nov72
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force 25Nov72 as 55-138317/0-38317
					Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 55-138317/138317, possibly for spares. Noted dismantled at Villamor AB 1980-88. 
					Sold 14Mar89
					Registered N20551 12Sep89; reregistered.  Registered N28NE [sic] 7Apr95; reregistered
					On March 27, 2000 the aircraft sustained substantial damage during a forced landing following a loss of engine 
					power near Bridgeport, Texas. The airplane was registered to and operated by Trojan Phlyers of Fort Worth, 
					Texas and had departed from Hicks Airfield, Fort Worth, Texas. The pilot and passenger reported that after 
					flying for 45 minutes the airplane's engine began to 'run rough, vibrate, and lose power.' The pilot 
					observed black smoke emitting from the exhaust, and he estimated the engine then began producing about 
					25% of cruise power. The right exhaust gases momentarily ignited, but extinguished when the throttle was 
					retarded. Following the partial loss of engine power, the oil pressure gauge indicated 40 psi, and the 
					airplane was unable to maintain altitude. The pilot executed a gear-up, forced landing in an open field, 
					where the airplane came to rest upright. The reason for the partial loss of engine power was not determined.
					Registered N5528B 5Feb02; expired 31Oct15
				138318 (MSN 200-389) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 28Feb61 when the aircraft ran off the runway.
				138319 (MSN 200-390) modified as a drone director, designated DT-28B
					Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code E-441]
					To MASDC as 5T0084 9Nov76
					Registered N93AW; sale reported 2Apr14, cancelled 12Jan15. Sold in Australia
					Registration N93AW assigned 11Aug15; ntu, pending cancellation
				138320 (MSN 200-391) To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 28May71
					Transferred to USAF 9Jun71.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 443
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 55-138320/0-38320
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
					Taken over by the Lao People's Liberation Army Air Force (LPLAAF), 1975
					Sold to user in Australia 1988.  Registered VH-LAO 12Mar92; cancelled
					Forced landed 12Jul92 near Wangaratta, VIC.
					Crashed 20Feb95 at Valley Field, 1km N Launceston, Tasmania. Pylon racing was conducted at Valley Field, 
					south of Launceston, from 14-19 February, 1995. Following completion of the races five T-28 aircraft were 
					to be flown back to the mainland at Point Cook, Victoria, from Launceston. The plan was for the T-28s 
					and a PA-31 to return to the mainland in loose formation. The role of the PA 31 was to provide 
					search-and-rescue support in the event of a T-28 ditching. On the morning of the accident the formation 
					leader briefed the pilots involved. Takeoff was to be in formation pairs, spaced a short time interval apart. 
					The first two pairs were to be T-28 aircraft.  The pilot of VH-LAO asked to be in the last pair which meant 
					flying in formation with the accompanying PA-31 aircraft. The flight was briefed as a normal departure, 
					no mention was made of the performance of any aerobatic manoeuvres, nor did the pilot of VH-LAO discuss 
					this possibility with any of the other formation members.
					The formation takeoff on runway 32 proceeded as planned with the pairs taking off at 15-20 second intervals. 
					Due to the performance of the PA-31 being lower than the T-28, the climb speed of the last pair was limited 
					to about 120 knots. Observers reported that the third pair made a normal takeoff and initial climb, with 
					the T-28 to the left of the PA-31.  At a height of about 500-600 feet the nose of VH-LAO was seen to rise and 
					the aircraft started rolling to the left. The left roll continued with altitude remaining about the same 
					until the aircraft had rolled inverted. At about that stage of the roll, the nose started to drop. After about 
					270 degrees of roll, the aircraft's attitude was very nose-low and the rate of roll had decreased.
					Observers indicated the pilot appeared to be trying to recover from the dive, but there was insufficient 
					altitude to regain level flight before the aircraft, still 10-15 degrees nose-down, struck the ground. 
					Some witnesses thought the engine continued to operate at about the same power as at the start of the 
					manoeuvre, but one person indicated the power was cut while on the final descent.
				138321 (MSN 200-392) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 6Jan84
					Registered N52897; reregistered
					Registered N28AF Nov84; registered as a North American / Armoflex Inc T-28B; cancelled 23Jan07
					Crashed 28Oct03 at Hornbrook, CA after taking off from Siskiyou County Airport (SIY), Montague, CA. The airplane 
					collided with trees during a forced landing following a loss engine power. 
					Witnesses reported that smoke was trailing from the airplane just before it hit the trees. One witness said 
					that the engine was sputtering, and he heard a couple of "bangs." 
					As the airplane turned to line up with a clear landing area it clipped the tops of some trees and crashed 
					on an embankment adjacent to a dirt road. The owner of a fixed base operator received flight instruction from 
					the certified flight instructor (CFI) in the accident airplane immediately before the accident flight, and 
					noted no mechanical discrepancies.  Fifteen minutes later, witnesses watched the airplane takeoff on the 
					accident flight, and reported that the airplane and engine looked and sounded normal. An examination of the
 					wreckage on scene found a significant amount of oil on the right side of the airplane aft of the firewall. 
					The engine separated from the airplane, and came to rest about 15 feet upslope from the wreckage. An 
					examination of the engine revealed damage and thermal distress signatures consistent with an oil starvation 
					catastrophic failure, with no oil present inside the engine. A maintenance logbook entry noted that maintenance 
					technicians had replaced all flexible engine hoses 21 hours prior to the accident.  2 killed.
				138322 (MSN 200-393) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 30Oct71\
				138323 (MSN 200-394) Written off 8Aug56.  Stored dismantled at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV. Not reported Oct15
				138324 (MSN 200-395) Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. W/o 29Nov68
				138325 (MSN 200-396) To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 13Nov72
					To Royal Lao Air Force Ded 1972 as 53-138125/38325. WFU 1Jul74
					Assigned to Detachment 6, 4410th Combat Crew Training Squadron, 1st Air Commando Wing, Udorn RTAB, Thailand 
					for Operation Water Pump. 
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 53-138325/138325, possibly for spares. Noted dismantled at Villamor AB 1980-88. 
					Sold 14Mar89.  Registered N2061Q 12Sep89; cancelled 7Jan16
				138326 (MSN 200-397) Delivered to US Navy 26Sep55
					Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-764]
					To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 24Jan84
					Transferred by US Navy to the City of Hattiesburg, MS for potential static display in 1985; found to be unsuitable.
					To National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL 1990
					Preserved and on display at the National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL [displayed as VT-6, code E-00]
					Renamed as the National Naval Aviation Museum
				138327 (MSN 200-398) Delivered to US Navy 22Sep55 at NAS Pensacola, FL 
					Assigned to VU-8, NAS Litchfield Park, AZ 10Jul62. SOC 21Mar63
					Bailed to US Army as chase plane for Cheyenne helicopter. First report 15Oct63
					Assigned to Edwards AFB, CA.  Operated by Army Aviation Engineering Flight Activity [AAEFA]
					The T-28 was deemed incapable of matching the Cheyenne's anticipated acceleration and maneuverability. 
					Retained for airspeed calibration testing and miscellaneous test support duties.
					To the USAF Museum for preservation. Loaned to the Aerospace Museum of California, McClellan, CA
					Delivered from Edwards AFB, CA to the Aerospace Museum of California, McClellan, CA 27Mar87 [the last flight 
					of a US military T-28].  Preserved and on display at the Aerospace Museum of California, McClellan, CA
				138328 (MSN 200-399) Written off 10Mar67 at NALF Monterey, CA
				138329 (MSN 200-400) To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 3Nov83
					Registered N5440W; current [Dec15]
				138330 (MSN 200-401) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 5Mar84
					Transferred to USDA Forest Service, Anchorage, AK 14Feb84
					Registration N54419 reserved; ntu
					Registered N4781K to State of Alaska Division of Forestry, Aug84; reregistered
					Registered N217SF to the State of Alaska, Jan85; current with Lewis University, Romeoville, IL [Dec15]
				138331 (MSN 200-402) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL
					Possibly loaned to Royal Lao Air Force as 0-38331 Jun65 to Aug67
					Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-750]
					To MASDC. SOC 3Nov83.  Registered N5442X; reregistered.  Registered N8331R; current [Dec15]
				138332 (MSN 200-403) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 8May63 
				138333 (MSN 200-404) Written off Dec65 
				138334 (MSN 200-405) Transferred to US Marine Corps [code KB-1].  Assigned to MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI
					Transferred to USAF 23Dec69
					To MASDC as 5T0101 17Apr77. SOC 29May78
					Registered N394W; reregistered.  To Evergreen Heritage Collection, Marana, AZ Feb89
					To Evergreen Aviation Museum, McMinnville, OR 21Apr99
					Registered N28EV 25May05; current [Dec15]
					Preserved and on display at the Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum
				138335 (MSN 200-406)Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 17Jul70 
				138336 (MSN 200-407) Bailed to US Army. First report 15Mar64, last report 15Nov67
					Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 17Jul70 . 
				138337 (MSN 200-408) Written off 29May55
				138338 (MSN 200-409) Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Feb62 as 53-138338/138338
					Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron.  Redesignated 516th Fighter Squadron Jan63
					To Royal Lao Air Force May/Jun64 as 53-138338/0-38338
					Destroyed 24Jan65 at Wattay, Vientiane. Ammunition accidently fired hit a fuel truck in front of a parked 
					and armed aircraft causing an explosion which cascaded down the flight line.
				138339 (MSN 200-410) Assigned to TW-5, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code E-400]
					To MASDC as 5T0149 24May78. SOC 25May79
					Registered N8065E; reregistered. Registered N28XT 19Sep89; current [Dec15]
					Damaged 1Dec90 when the engine lost power on climb out. Unable to make the runway, the aircraft landed 
					short on a taxiway. It veered into lights and an exit sign.
				138340 (MSN 200-411) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL 
					To MASDC 5Sep67
					Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-775].  Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 12Aug83
					Registered N5524L 25Mar87; reregistered.  Registered N6255 20Aug98; cancelled 11Jul12 on export to Australia
					Registered VH-RNT 19Jul12; current [Dec15]
				138341 (MSN 200-412) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 5Mar84
					Transferred to USDA Forest Service, Anchorage, AK 14Feb84
					Registered N47801 to State of Alaska Division of Forestry, Aug84; reregistered
					Registered N105SF to the State of Alaska, Oct84; current with private owner [Dec15]
				138342 (MSN 200-413) Written off 21Nov56
				138343 (MSN 200-414) Assigned to NAS Norfolk, VA
					To MASDC as 5T0071 29Oct76. SOC 29May78. Departed 31Mar80 to Lester Industries, San Antonio, TX 
					To Honduran Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Hondureña 1980 as 229. BoS 5Sep85
					Registered HR-AKK-P Jun85. Shipped Honduras to New Orleans Sep85
					Registered N343NA; cancelled on export to Canada
					Registered C-FRZQ; cancelled 25Nov87 on export to USA
					Registered N343NA Dec87; current [Dec15]. Shipped to Antwerp, Belgium May11
				138344 (MSN 200-415) To BWR FR, Columbus, OH. SOC 25Jan62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Feb62 as 138344
					Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron [code L].  Redesignated 516th Fighter Squadron Jan63
					Damaged at Nha Tran Jul 12, 1963.  To Royal Lao Air Force May/Jun64 as 138344/0-38344
				138345 (MSN 200-416)  Modified as a drone director, designated T-28BD, redesignated 1962 as DT-28B
					Assigned to Overhaul and Repair (O&R), Bureau of Aeronautics (BUAER) Maintenance and Supply, 
					Weapons (BUWEPS) Fleet Reserve (FR), NAS Pensacola, FL, 30Nov58
					Assigned to Naval Air Facility, Research and Development (R&D), Naval Ordnance Test Station (NOTS), 
					China Lake, CA, 30Dec58
					Modified as a drone director, designated T-28BD, redesignated 1962 as DT-28B
					Assigned to Overhaul and Repair (O&R), Bureau of Aeronautics (BUAER) Maintenance and Supply, 
					Weapons (BUWEPS) Fleet Reserve (FR), NAS Pensacola, FL, 17Sep61
					Possibly loaned to Royal Lao Air Force as 0-38345 1965
					Assigned to VC-8, NAS Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico. W/o 13Mar70
				138346 (MSN 200-417) To BWR FR, Columbus, OH. SOC 6Jan62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Feb62 as 138346
					Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron.  Redesignated 516th Fighter Squadron Jan63
					To Royal Lao Air Force May64 as 53-8346/8346
					Destroyed 24Jan65 at Wattay, Vientiane. Ammunition accidently fired hit a fuel truck in front of a 
					parked and armed aircraft causing an explosion which cascaded down the flight line.
				138347 (MSN 200-418) To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 31Jan84
				138348 (MSN 200-419) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 11Mar68
				138349 (MSN 200-420) Assigned to NAS Meridian, MS
					Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX
					To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 3Nov83
					Registration N4614 with c/n 529263 assigned 22Aug86; ntu, cancelled 9May11 [sic]
					Damaged 26Apr87 when the pilot attempted to utilize the high speed taxiway after landing. The aircraft 
					nose gear sunk into the mud.
					To USS Hornet Memorial, Alameda Point, CA by 2008
					Preserved and on display at the USS Hornet Memorial, Alameda Point, CA
				138350 (MSN 200-421) US Navy; SOC 20Apr72
					Bailed to US Army 17Jul69 as a test support aircraft. Last report 15Nov80
				138351 (MSN 200-422) To BWR FR, Columbus, OH. SOC 29Jan62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Feb62 as 138351
					Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron
					Redesignated 516th Fighter Squadron Jan63
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 53-8351/0-38351. Lost in Laos 21Aug68. 
					Rebuilt as 53-138351. WFU 1Jul74
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 53-138351/138351, possibly for spares. Noted dismantled at Villamor AB 1980-88. 
					Sold 14Mar89
					Registered N20580 12Sep89; cancelled 24Mar95 on export to Canada
					Registered C-FPAB 20Sep95; cancelled 27Nov01
					Registered C-FPAB 1Feb02; cancelled 18Feb03 on export to USA
					Registered N228TS 20Feb03; current [Dec15]
				138352 (MSN 200-423) To BWR FR, Columbus, OH. SOC 11Jan62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Feb62 as 138352
					Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron.  Redesignated 516th Fighter Squadron Jan63
					To Royal Lao Air Force May/Jun64 as 53-138352/0-38352. WFU 1Jul74
					Assigned to Detachment 6, 4410th Combat Crew Training Squadron, 1st Air Commando Wing, Udorn RTAB, Thailand 
					for Operation Water Pump. 
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 53-138352/138352, possibly for spares. Noted dismantled at Villamor AB 1980-88. 
					Sold 14Mar89
					Registered N20523 12Sep89; cancelled 21Mar95 on export to Canada
					Registered C-GSLA with c/n H-425, 30May96; current [Dec15]
				138353 (MSN 200-424)Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 11Nov74
					Preserved and on display at Milton High School, FL by 1991. [code E-005]
 				138354 (MSN 200-425) Assigned to NAS Miramar, CA
					To MASDC as 5T0098 Feb 21, 1977. SOC 29May78
					Registered N1328B; current [Dec15].  Shipped to Antwerp, Belgium 2011
				138355 (MSN 200-426) Assigned to NAS Litchfield Park, AZ, 28May62
					Assigned to Overhaul and Repair (O&R), Bureau of Aeronautics (BUAER) Maintenance and Supply, Weapons (BUWEPS) 
					Fleet Reserve (FR), NAS Pensacola, FL, 13Sep62
					Modified as a drone director 6Dec62, designated DT-28B
					Assigned to Naval Air Facility, Research and Development (R&D), Naval Ordnance Test Station (NOTS), China Lake, CA,
					Assigned to Research, Development, Testing and Evaluation (RDT&E), Naval Ordnance Test Station (NOTS), 
					China Lake, CA, 15Dec62
					Assigned to Overhaul and Repair (O&R), Bureau of Aeronautics (BUAER) Maintenance and Supply, Weapons (BUWEPS) 
					Fleet Reserve (FR), NAS Pensacola, FL, 29Jun65
					Assigned to Naval Air Facility, Naval Ordnance Test Station (NOTS), China Lake, CA, 19Oct65
					Assigned to Naval aircraft Repair Facility (NARF), NAS Pensacola, FL, 28Sep68
					Assigned to Research and Testing (R&T), Naval Weapons Center (NWC), China Lake, CA, 17Jan69
					Assigned to Research, Development, Testing and Evaluation (RDT&E), Naval Weapons Center (NWC), China Lake, CA, 17Jan69
					Written off due to damage 22Jun70
				138356 (MSN 200-427) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-752]
					To MASDC as 5T0213. SOC 24Jan84
					Registered N91AW 16Jan86; registered as a North American / Martin T-28A; registered as a NA T-28B 4Feb15; current [Dec15]
				138357 (MSN 200-428) To MASDC as 5T0113 21Feb78. SOC 29May78
					Registered N114DH; cancelled 26Apr05
					On December 10, 2002 the aircraft was destroyed on impact with terrain while maneuvering near Glenwood, 
					Minnesota. The airplane was observed maneuvering in a series of 90-degree bank turns about 500 feet agl 
					before it impacted terrain. The wreckage path extended about 2,900 feet through a wooded area, a plowed 
					field, and a pasture. Inspection of the airplane revealed no anomalies.
				138358 (MSN 200-429) Assigned to VT-6, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code 2P-215] [Nov65]
					Assigned to NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 8Nov82
					Transferred to USAF.  Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Stored dismantled at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV. Not reported Oct15
				138359 (MSN 200-430) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL
					Transferred to USAF 5Mar71
					Assigned to NAS Jacksonville, FL. SOC 18Oct71.  Converted to T-28D-10, line number 436
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 53-8359/0-38359
				138360 (MSN 200-431)Manufactured 14Nov55
					Delivered to US Navy 29Nov55 at NAS Pensacola, FL
					Assigned to NAS Barin Field, AL 2Dec55
					To NAS Litchfield Park, AZ 10Jun58 for storage. Departed 20Mar59
					Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL 15Jun59.  Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL 31Mar60
					Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL 30May62.  Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL 15Jun62
					Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL 28Jun64.  Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL 1Jul65
					Assigned to NARF Pensacola, FL 20Jun68.  Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, 5Dec68
					Assigned to NARF Pensacola, FL 4Feb72.  Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, 17May72
					Assigned to NARF Pensacola, FL 16Dec75. SOC 13May80, damaged.  Registered N73MG 8Sep95; current [Dec15]
					Damaged 16Nov95 at Climax Springs, CO. The aircraft made a low pass over the runway in preparation to land. 
					When next the airplane was visible it was seen skidding on runway. The pilot stated that he became 
					distracted due to sunlight in his eyes and neglected to extend the landing gear. Damage to the 
					aircraft consisted of a bent propeller, lower fuselage & landing gear door skin and trailing edge of 
					the flaps. The airplane was lifted off the ground with a crane, the landing gear released & locked 
					into place and the airplane towed to the owner's hangar. 
 				138361 (MSN 200-432) To BWR FR, Columbus, OH. SOC 30Jan62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Feb62 as 138361.  Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron. W/o 1962
				138362 (MSN 200-433) Written off Feb66
				138363 (MSN 200-434)  Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. W/o 27Jan70
				138364 (MSN 200-435) Assigned to VF-21, NAS Oceana, VA [code AD-261]
					Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-706]
					Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 24Jun83
					Registered N4698P 13Oct92; cancelled 24Jan08 on export to Canada
					Registered C-GKKD 19Feb08 to B. Evans of Springbank, Alberta; 
					Crashed during airshow Cold bay Alberta 07/17/2016 ( one fatal )
				138365 (MSN 200-436) Assigned to NAAS Corry Field, FL [code CA-365]. [1958]
					To MASDC as 5T0167 11Sep78
					To the Specialized Aircraft Maintenance scrap yard, Tucson, AZ 2002
					Registered N365FL 13Oct92; current [Dec15]
					Now airworthy and flying out of Slaton, Texas.
				138366 (MSN 200-437) Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 13Nov72
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force  25Nov72 as 55-138366/0-38366.  Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 55-138366/138366, possibly for spares. Noted dismantled at Villamor AB 1980-88. 
					Sold 14Mar89
					Registered N2053C 12Sep89; current [Dec15]
					Force landed 20May05 after departure from Livermore Municipal Airport [LVK], CA. The pilot heard a loud bang, 
					followed by reduced engine power. He lowered the landing gear and attempted to return to LVK but the aircraft 
					could not maintain altitude. The pilot landed the aircraft on a road, two miles from the airport. 
					No damage to aircraft from landing.
				138367 (MSN 200-438) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL.. w/o with US Navy Oct 24, 1960.
				138368/138371 not built.  Navy records indicate that these BuNos were assigned to Vought A2U-1, which was never built.
138372/138417		Vought A2U-1 
				Cancelled contract
138418/138431		Sikorsky HR2S-1
				138425/138431 cancelled
138432/138459 		Sikorsky HO4S-3
				cancelled contract
138460/138493		Sikorsky HSS-1 Seabat
				Survivors redesignated UH-34G in 1962.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
				138460 (MSN 58128) to Vietnam 1967.  To MASDC as HD0023.  To civil 
					registry as N586HS.  Seen at Allied scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				138461 (MSN 58139) to NASA Johnson SPC in 1964.  SOC Jan 5, 1972.
				138462 (MSN 58141)to Vietnam , then to Indonesia
				138463 (MSN 58142)
				138464 (MSN 58143) to Vietnam 1967.  To MASDC as HD0039 Oct 13, 1969.  To
					Allied Aircraft Sales in 1979.
				138465 (MSN 58144) SOC Apr 6, 1967 NARF North ISLAND
				138466 (MSN 58145) to Air America H-69.  To Vietnam.  W/o Sep 12, 1969
				138467 (MSN 58146) to Vietnam
				138468 (MSN 58147)
				138469 (MSN 58148) to Vietnam.  To MASDC as HD0018 Sep 22, 1969.  To Allied
					Aircraft in 1979.
				138470 (MSN 58149)
				138471 (MSN 58162) to Vietnam. TO MASDC as HD0030 Oct 9, 1969.   To civil registry as
					N8503J in 1979.
				138472 (MSN 58163).  Possibly displayed at Edwards AFB, CA marked as 53-4477.
				138473 (MSN 58164)
				138474 (MSN 58016) to MASDC as HD0071 Jun 8, 1970.  To Westair International
					as N46916.  To XB-DZX.
				138475 (MSN 58017)
				138476 (MSN 58018) to MASDC as 3H0165
				138477 (MSN 58019) SOC Feb 7, 1967, NARF North Island
				138478 (MSN 58020) to Vietnam 1967.  W/o Jun 7, 1967.
				138479 (MSN 58024)
				138480 (MSN 58025)
				138481 (MSN 58026) to civil registry as N602X
				138482 (MSN 58027) to Vietnam in 1971.
				138483 (MSN 58034) to Vietnam 1967.  W/o Jan 11, 1968.
				138484 (MSN 58035) to Vietnam 1967.  W/o. Mar 22, 1968.
				138485 (MSN 58036) to Vietnam 1970.  Back to US.  To MASDC as HD0072 Aug 1, 1970.
				138486 (MSN 58037).  SOC Dec 10, 1968. 
				138487 (MSN 58038).  To civil redistry as N7937C.
				138488 (MSN 58046) to Vietnam 
				138489 (MSN 58047)
				138490 (MSN 58048) to MASDC as HD0167 Jul 14, 1971.  To civil registry as N46914 and then N58SH.
				138491 (MSN 58049) to Vietnam.
				138492 (MSN 58061) to Vietnam.  TO MASDC as HD0020 Sep 24, 1969.  To civil 
					registry as N582HS.  Seen at Allied scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				138493 (MSN 58-062)
138494/138529		Sikorsky HO4S-3
				For US Navy.  Redesignated UH-19G in 1962. MSN and delivery dates from Helis.com
				138494 (MSN 55504) delivered to US Navy Jul 24, 1953.  w/o Jan 14, 1956
				138495 (MSN 55505) delivered to US Navy Jul 24, 1953.  w/o Jan 15, 1957
				138496 (MSN 55506) delivered to US Navy Jul 24, 1953.  w/o Dec 9, 1954.
				138497 (MSN 55526) delivered to US Navy Sep 3, 1953.  SOC
				138498 (MSN 55527) delivered to US Navy Sep 4, 1953.  w/o Dec 3, 1957, Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctica.
				138499 (MSN 55528) delivered to US Navy Sep 4, 1953.  To MASDC as 2H0030.  Preserved at Kirtland AFB,
					Albuquerque, New Mexico.
				138500 (MSN 55529) delivered to US Navy Sep 23, 1953.  W/o May 11, 1955. 
				138501 (MSN 55530) delivered to US Navy Sep 16, 1953.  Crashed during rescue attempt of the pilot of 
					F4D-1 BuNo 134762 May 14, 1958.  Crew survived.
				138502 (MSN 55531) delivered to US Navy Sep 16, 1953.  W/o Feb 16, 1962.
				138503 (MSN 55550) delivered to US Navy Oct 22, 1953.  
				138504 (MSN 55551) delivered to US Navy Oct 22, 1953.  
				138505 (MSN 55552) delivered to US Navy Oct 21, 1953.  
				138506 (MSN 55553) delivered to US Navy Oct 21, 1953.  
				138507 (MSN 55554) delivered to US Navy Oct 22, 1953.  
				138508 (MSN 55555) delivered to US Navy Oct 22, 1953.  
				138509 (MSN 55556) delivered to US Navy Oct 22, 1953.  
				138510 (MSN 55557) delivered to US Navy Nov 10, 1953.   
				138511 (MSN 55576) delivered to US Navy Nov 10, 1953.  
				138512 (MSN 55577) delivered to US Navy Nov 10, 1953.  To civil registry as N455Z .  DBR when operated by Aviation
					Specialties near Valdez, Alaksa Aug 26, 1970.  Registration cancelled Jul 7, 1977. 
				138513 (MSN 55578) delivered to US Navy Nov 10, 1953.  
				138514 (MSN 55579) delivered to US Navy Nov 10, 1953.  To civil registry as N68397, expired Sep 30, 2013.
				138515 (MSN 55580) delivered to US Navy Nov 10, 1953.  
				138516 (MSN 55581) delivered to US Navy Nov 10, 1953.  Registered N2304 to Whisper Jet, current
				138517 (MSN 55602) delivered to US Navy Dec 17, 1953.  
				138518 (MSN 55603) delivered to US Navy Nov 30, 1953.  
				138519 (MSN 55604) delivered to US Navy Nov 30, 1953.  
				138520 (MSN 55605) delivered to US Navy Nov 30, 1953.  
				138521 (MSN 55606) delivered to US Navy Nov 30, 1953.  To civil registry as N15188, cancelled Aug 29, 2003.
				138522 (MSN 55607) delivered to US Navy Dec 3, 1953.  To civil registry as N1255T, current.  Airesearch
					TSE331 engine installed.
				138523 (MSN 55608) delivered to US Navy Dec 3 1953.  
				138524 (MSN 55609) delivered to US Navy Dec 3, 1953.  
				138525 (MSN 55625) delivered to US Navy Jan 5, 1954.  
				138526 (MSN 55626) delivered to US Navy Jan 5, 1954.  To civil registry as N9708Z Apr 7, 1966, revoked  
				138527 (MSN 55627) delivered to US Navy Jan 4, 1954.  
				138528 (MSN 55628) delivered to US Navy Jan 5, 1954.  
				138529 (MSN 55629) delivered to US Navy Jan 5, 1954.  
138530/138534		Convair F2Y-1 Sea Dart
				Cancelled contract
138535/138568 		Douglas AD-5W Skyraider
				Cancelled contract
138569/138576 		Bell HSL-1 
				Cancelled contract
138577/138601		Sikorsky HO4S-3
				For US Navy.  Redesignated UH-19G in 1962.
				138577 (MSN 55582) delivered to US Navy Nov 10, 1953.  To civil registry as N2305 Sep 16, 1975.
					DBR due to engine failure at Tulsa, Oklahoma Oct 1, 1976.  Registration cancelled Jul 14, 2009
				138578 (MSN 55583) delivered to US Navy Nov 10, 1954.  
				138579 (MSN 55630) delivered to US Navy Jan 5, 1954.  
				138580 (MSN 55631) delivered to US Navy Jan 5, 1954.  (VX-6) crashed short of McMurdo base, Antarctica 
					July 12, 1957.  One passenger killed.
				138581 (MSN 55632) delivered to US Navy Jan 5, 1954.   
				138582 (MSN 55650) delivered to US Navy Feb 2, 1954.  
				138583 (MSN 55651) delivered to US Navy Feb 2, 1954.  To civil registry as N455V Mar 29, 1974.  Cancelled May 21, 1976.
				138584 (MSN 55652) delivered to US Navy Feb 2, 1954.  
				138585 (MSN 55653) delivered to US Navy Feb 2, 1954.  Stored at Chandler Memorial AP, Arizona.  Moved to storage
					at Casa Grande, Arizona c2007.  
				138586 (MSN 55666) delivered to US Navy Mar 4, 1954.  
				138587 (MSN 55667) delivered to US Navy Mar 4, 1954.  To civil registry as N8316, cancelled Feb 27, 2013. 
				138588 (MSN 55668) delivered to US Navy Mar 4, 1954.  
				138589 (MSN 55669) delivered to US Navy Mar 4, 1954.  
				138590 (MSN 55686) delivered to US Navy May 10, 1954.  Noted Jan 20, 2004 stored at Chandler Memorial AP, AZ
				138591 (MSN 55687) delivered to US Navy Apr 22, 1954.  
				138592 (MSN 55688) delivered to US Navy Apr 9, 1954.  To civil registry as N607X, cancelled Nov 19, 1980.
				138593 (MSN 55689) delivered to US Navy Apr 7, 1954.  
				153594 (MSN 55703) delivered to US Navy May 10, 1954.  
				138595 (MSN 55704) delivered to US Navy May 22, 1954.  Crashed into Ross Sea, Antarctica Jan 19, 1957.  
					Two crew members escaped safely.
				138596 (MSN 55705) delivered to US Navy May 10, 1954.  
				138597 (MSN 55706) delivered to US Navy May 10, 1954.  
				138598 (MSN 55721) delivered to US Navy May 26, 1954.  
				138599 (MSN 55722) delivered to US Navy Jun 2, 1954.  
				138600 (MSN 55723) delivered to US Navy Jun 1, 1954.  
				138601 (MSN 55724) delivered to US Navy Jun 8, 1954.  To civil registry as N90408, expired Dec 31, 2013. 
138602			Kaman HTK-1K
138603/138608		Grumman F9F-9 Tiger
				Model G-98
				138603 was static test airframe
				138604 first flown Jul 30 1954.  Suffered flameout Oct 19, 1954 and crash landed at edge of
					a wood near the Grumman company runway at Bethpage, Long
					Island, NY.  Pilot escaped with only minor injuries, but 
					airframe was w/o.
				138605/138608 redesignated F11F-1 in 1955.
				138608 (MSN 6) first flown Mar 12, 1955. Put on display at Admiral Farragut Academy, St Petersburg, Florida.
138609/138645		Grumman F11F-1 Tiger
				Model G-98
				138613 used by US Weather Bureau Tornado Hunter Squadron
				138618 was redesignated YF11F-1 for carrier trials.
				138619 on display at Stricklands Surplus, Inc, Wilmington, NC.
				138620 damaged by its own cannon shells during test flight Sep 21, 1956 when plane flew through the trajectory of its own
					bullets.  Crash landed into trees while attempting to return to Grumman's Long Island field.  Pilot managed to exit
					the plane and got away safely
				138623 delivered from Grumman Aircraft, Bethpage, NY.
Assigned to NACA, later NASA, Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Jan 4, 1957 to Aug 17, 1961.
					Assigned to NAS Norfolk, VA
				138636 with VA-156/CVG15
				138639 made emergency landing at Oak Grove Air Field, North Carolina in early 1960s.  Runway was too short for a
					take-off so the plane was to be carried out by a helicopter.  However the aircraft began to yaw widely 
					under the helicopter and had to be cut free and the plane fell into a swamp.  The wreck is still there.
				138642 was Blue Angels #1.  Crashed Oct 14, 1958 at Pensacola, FL.  Pilot killed.
				138645 was Blue Angels #1
138646/138647		Grumman F11F-1F Tiger
				Model G-98J
				138646 damaged Jun 23, 1958 in take-off accident at Edwards AFB, was being flown by a French 
					evaluation pilot.  SOC.  Used for fire-fighting practice and destroyed in the 1980s.
				138647 SOC Jan 10, 1961.  To ground training aircraft.  On outside display at US Naval Museum of Armament and Technology,
					China Lake, CA.
138648/138650		Convair XFY-1 Pogo
				138649 was stored at Paul Garber facility, Suitland, MD. Now on display at Udvar/Hazy Center of NASM.
138651/138653		Hiller HOE-1
				138652 (MSN 5) was in storage at the Paul Garber Restoration Facility, Suitland, MD.
					Noted Dec 2005 at Udvar-Hazy Center of NASM, Chantilly, VA
				Facility.
138654/138656 		McDonnell XHCH-1
				cancelled contract
138657/138658		Lockheed XFV-1
				Model 081-040-01.  
				138657 first flight Jun 16, 1954 at Edwards AFB.  Never made a vertical takeoff or landing before
					the program was cancelled. To Hiller Helicopters, Palo Alto, California for ground testing in support
					of later VTOL projects.  Aircraft donated to San Diego Aerospace Museum Dec 1979.
				138658 was cancelled before completion.  Went to NAS Los Alamitos, CA as a gate guard
					Reported Sep 2005 to be under restoration at Florida Air Museum, Lakeland, FL
138659			Douglas XR4D-8 
				Allocation only, aircraft actually became 138820.
138660/138819		McDonnell F3H-1 Demon 
				Cancelled contract
138820			Douglas C-117D
				Ex-USAF YC-47F 51-3817.  Originally allocated BuNo 138659.  To NAF R&D Chinal Lake by Oct 1959.
					To MASDC as 6C0052 May 7, 1981, later CE0003.
138821/138822		Martin XP6M-1 Seamaster
				138821 (MSN XP-1) first flight Jul 14, 1955.  Crashed into Potomac River 
					near junction of St. Mary's River Dec 7, 1955.  4 killed.  
					Accident caused by malfunction in control system which 
					caused violent pitchdown resulting in aircraft 
					disintegration.
				138822 (MSN XP-2) first flight May 18, 1956.  Crashed near Odessa, Delaware 
					Nov 9, 1956 due to faulty elevator jack.  Crew of 4 
					ejected safely.  
138823/138898		Grumman F9F-8 Cougar
				Model G-99
				138830 to MASDC by Nov 1969
				138876 seen in 2005 in Fred Weisbrod Aviation Museum, Pueblo, CO
				138890 to TAF-9J
138899/138901		Vought XF8U-1 Crusader
				138900 scrapped after 460 flights.
				138899 donated to Smithsonian Institution and placed in storage
					at Silver Hill facility in Suitland, MD. Plane went to
					restoration facility of Museum of Flight, Seattle, WA. Now on
					loan to Boeing Field, Seattle, Washington
				138901 cancelled.
138902/138976		Douglas A3D-2 Skywarrior 
				MSN 10763/10837.  Redesignated A-3B in 1962.
				138902 (VAH-1) lost Aug 1960 on flight from USS Independence
				138903 crashed at Edwards AFB, CA Jan 1958 during autopilot tests.
				138904 to KA-3B Sept 1967.  To MASDC as 2A0046 Jul 4, 1970.  Scrapped at MASDC May 1975.
				138905 with VAH-3 in 1961.  To KA-3B Sept 1967.  To MASDC as 2A0047 Jul 21, 1970
				138906 to KA-3B Jun 1967.  To MASDC as 2A0066 Sep 16, 1971
				138907 (VAH-1) lost in flight from USS Constellation
				138908 (VAH-2) crashed off USS Ticonderoga Jan 1958 during operations in South China Sea
				138909 to KA-3B Jul 1967. Crashed on launch from USS Enterprise with VAQ-132 Dec 2, 1968.
				138910 (VAH-4) crashed during flight from NAS Whidbey Island Aug 1957
				138911 to KA-3B May 1969.  To MASDC as 2A0104 Sep 9, 1974.
				138912 (VAH-2) scrapped after accident aboard USS Oriskany.
				138913 (VAH-2) lost May 1959 during flight from NAS Whidbey Island
				138914 to KA-3B Jun 1967.  To MASDC as 2A0108 Feb 28, 1975
				138915 to KA-3B Sep 1968.  To MASDC as 2A0074 Aug 9, 1973.  Scrapped at MASDC.
				138916 scrapped after accident Jul 1963 with VAH-6 while operated from NAS Whidbey Island
				138917 in accident with VAH-123 from NAS Whidbey Island Jul 1963.
				138918 to KA-3B Jun 1967 and EKA-3B Jan 1968.  Destroyed in Jan 14, 1969 fire on USS Enterprise.
				138919 (VAH-2) crashed off USS Bon Homme Richard May 1957.
				138920 to MASDC
				138921 with VAH-3 in 1961.  Converted to KA-3B Jun 1967.  Lost Apr 1968 while operated from NAS Whidbey Island 
					with VAH-2
				138922 converted to special electronic configuration Jul 1967.  Diverted to ground training at Lakehurst, NJ.  
					SOC Oct 1973.  Seen derelict at Lakehurst NAS, NJ
				138923 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Jan 1969.  To MASDC, scrapped Jun 1973
				138924 (VAH-4) lost while operating from USS Bonne Homme Richard Jul 1961.
				138925 to KA-3B Apr 1969.  Crashlanded at Elmendorf AFB after midair collision 
					with ERA-3B 144827 Nov 1, 1987.  SARDIP at Elmendorf
				138926 scrapped after accident with VAH-4 aboard USS Forrestal
				138927 (VAH-4) lost in flight accident from USS Ticonderoga Feb 1963.
				138928 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Jul 1967.  Time expired and salvaged.
				138929 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Sep 1968.  Crashed at NAS Patuxent River Jan 27, 1979.  2 killed.
				138930 (VAH-4) lost Feb 12, 1965 while operated from NAS Whidbey Island
				138931 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda.  To MASDC as 2A0064 Jul 31, 1971.
				138932 (MSN 10793) used for prototype cambered leading edge extension installation.  
					To MASDC as 2A0109 Apr 17, 1975
				138933 to KA-3B Jan 1969.  To MASDC as 2A0070 Oct 2, 1972.
				138934 (VAH-13) struck ramp while landing on USS Kitty Hawk (CVA-63) Mar 4, 1963 500 mi SE of Tokyo.  Became airborne 
					again, caught fire, 2 of three crewmembers seen parachuting from plane, plane crashed into ocean.  2 crewmembers
					killed, one survived.  LSO hit by debris and injured.
				138935 damaged in accident with VAH-4 while operating from USS Shangri-La Aug 1958.  To MASDC and salvaged.
				138936 (VAH-2) lost off Cubi Point Oct 1957.
				138937 to KA-3B Jan 1968.  SOC after accident Jul 1969 while opearating from NAS Whidbey Island with VAH-123.
				138938 (MSN 10799) to NA-3B.  To MASDC as 2A0116 May 6, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jul 1, 2008.
				138939 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Jun 1967.  To MASDC as 2A0065 Sep 2, 1971.
				138940 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Jun 1967.  Salvaged after accident with VAH-123 while operating from 
					NAS Whidbey Island Feb 1970.
				138941 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Jun 1968.  Salvaged at NARF Norfolk
				138942 damaged in accident with VAH-9 while operated from NAS Sanford Feb 1958.  Salvaged at MASDC.
				138943 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Mar 1968.  MIA Feb 18, 1969 with VAH-2 over Gulf of Tonkin
				138944 to MASDC as 2A0111 Feb 12, 1976, returned to service.  Back to
					MASDC as 2A0115 Apr 16, 1982.  Currently on display on USS Lexington, Corpus Christi, TX.
				138945 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Mar 1968.  To MASDC as 2A0054 Mar 4, 1971.
					Salvaged at MASDC Jan 1972. 
				138946 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Jun 1967.  to MASDC as 2A0045 Jun 24, 1970.
					Salvaged at MASDC Jan 1972.
				138947 (VAH-2) crashed due to structural failure on catapult from USS Oriskany May 25, 1965.  I have
					a photo showing this plane with VAH-10 suffering an arrestor landing on USS Constellation, unknown date.
				138948 (VAH-9) lost in accident while operating from USS Saratoga Aug 1960
				138949 (VAH-11) SOC Aug 1958 after inflight accident while operated from NAS Sanford
				138950 (VAH-5) SOC Mar 1959 after accident on USS Forrestal
				138951 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Sep 1967.  Diverted for use as ground trainer
				138952 crashed near Lockbourne AFB, Columbus, OH Mar 15, 1967 while making FCA approach
					and came down short of runway.  All aboard killed.
				138953 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Jul 1697.  To MASDC as 2A0095 Feb 22, 1974.  Salvaged at MASDC May 1975.
				138954 (VAH-9) lost Feb 1958 on flight from USS Saratoga
				138955 with VAH-13 in 1961.  Converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Jun 1967.  Salvaged at NARF Alameda Apr 1970 
					after accident
				138956 scrapped after accident with VAH-9 while operated from USS Saratoga Jul 1957
				138957 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Sep 1967.  Scrapped after accident while operated from NARF Alameda May 1973.
				138958 (VAH-3) lost on flight from USS Ranger Apr 1960
				138959 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Sep 1967.  To MASDC as 2A0049 Aug 27, 1970.  Scrapped at MASDC
				138960 (VAH-13) lost in flight accident while operated from NAS Sanford Jan 1961
				138961 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alamdea Jun 1967.  To MASDC as 2A0044 Jun 22, 1970.  Scrapped at MASDC Jan 1972.
				138962 (VAH-11) lost in flight accident while operated from NAS Sanford Jun 1962
				138963 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Dec 1967.  Diverted to ground trainer at NARF Alameda, CA
				138964 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Oct 1968.  To MASDC as 2A0106 Jan 6, 1975
				138965 (MSN 10826) converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Jun 1968.  TO MASDC as 2A0110 Jul 14, 1975.
					To Yankee Fighter Museum, Chino, CA
				138966 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Aug 1968.  To MASDC as 2A0084 Dec 7, 1973, but returned
					to service.  Scrapped at NARF Alameda, CA Feb 1974
				138967 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda May 1967.  To MASDC as 2A0078 Sep 15, 1973.
				138968 converted to special electronic configuration Jul 1967.  Lost in accident Oct 10, 1972 with VAQ-33 from
					NAS Norfolk
				138969 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Jan 1969.  To MASDC as 2A0068 May 31, 1972.
				138970 scrapped after accident with VAH-4 Jun 1960 while operated from NAS Whidbey Island
				138971 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Jun 1967.  To MASDC as 2A0055 Mar 4, 1971.  Scrapped at MASDC
				138972 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Jun 1967.  Lost Oct 1968 with VAH-10 while operated from NAS Whidbey Island
				138973 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alamdea Jun 1967.  TO MASDC as 2A0052 Dec 13, 1970
				138974 converted to KA-3B by NARF Alameda Jun 1967.   Assigned to VAH-10, named "Luck of the Irish".  
					Scrapped at NARF Alameda Jul 1970
				138975 scrapped Apr 1968 at NPRO Long Beach
				138976 with VAH-9 in 1959.  (VAH-11) lost Mar 1961 while operated from USS Franklin D. Roosevelt.
138977/139016		Lockheed TV-2
				Assigned USAF serial numbers 54-2689/2728 for
				administrative purposes.  Redesignated T-33 in 1962.
				138983 (54-2695) to MASDC as 530028 Oct 31, 1965.
139017/139029		Sikorsky HSS-1 Seabat
				Survivors redesignated UH-34G in 1962.
				139017 (MSN 58-063) to Vietnam in 1967.  To MASDC as HD0035 Oct 10, 1969.
				139019 (MSN 58-117) 
				139020 (MSN 58-118)
				139021 (MSN 58-119) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Feb 21, 1971.
				139022 (MSN 58-120) assigned to NOB Bermuda in 1962.  To Air America as H-70
				139023 (MSN 58-121) in accident with HT-8 in formation crash with 143910 and 143923 
					Aug 5, 1965 near Eglin AFB.  Also reported as going to Vietnam AF.  W/o Jan 10, 1969.
				139024 (MSN 58-122) SOC Aug 6, 1970, NARF Pensacola
				139025 (MSN 58-123) to Vietnam AF .  Back to USA.  To MASDC as HD0028 Oct 3, 1969.
				139026 (MSN 58-124) to Vietnam AF
				139027 (MSN 58-125) to Vietnam AF.  W/o Jan 2, 1969.
				139028 (MSN 58-126) to Vietnam AF.  Returned to US.  To MASDC as HD0037 Oct 14, 1o69.
				139029 (MSN 58-127) to Vietnam AF.
139030/139207		Douglas F4D-1 Skyray
				MSN 11104//11281.  Redesignated F-6A in 1962.
				139034 crashed on taleoff from MCAS Cherry Point, NC Jun 28, 1958.  Pilot killed.
				139035 with VMF(AW()-114 on USS Franklin D. Roosevelt.
					Suffered engine flameout during landing attempt on CVA-42 and
					crashed into Mediterranean Aug 19, 1959.  Pilot ejected but got
					a streamed parachute and was killed.
				139045 with VMF(AW)-114
				139048 with VMF(AW)-114 on USS Franklin D. Roosevelt
				139050 (VF-13) suffered structural failure of cross member in aft section of tail during attempted carrier landing
					Jun 10, 1962.  Aircraft caught fire and pilot was forced to eject and was recovered by helicopter.
				139051 with VMF(AW)-114
				139068 with VMF(AW)-114
				139072 with VMF(AW)-114
				139097 with VFAW-3
				139100 crashed Jan 15, 1959 while landing aboard USS Franklin D. Roosevelt (CVA-42)
					and swerved off the deck and fell into the water on the port side.
					Pilot killed.
				139109 with VF-74
				139115 with VF-74
				139117 with VF-74
				139118 with VF-74
				139122 with VU-3
				139135 with VMF(AW)-114
				139140 with VF-74
				139153 with VU-3
				139155 with VMF(AW)-115
				139158 with VMF(AW)-114
				139176 with VF-213 on CV-16 Jul 4, 1959
				139177 with VMF(AW)-513. Also with VMF(AW)-115.  Was at USMC Air/Ground Museum, Quantico, VA.  Transferred to Flying
					Leatherneck Museum, MCAS Miramar, CA for restoration, and now on display there.
				139180 with VF-213 on CV-16 Jul 4, 1959
				139182 with VF-213 on CV-16 Jul 4, 1959
				139183 with VF-213 on CV-16 Jul 4, 1959
				139185 with VF-74
				139186 with VF-213 on CV-16 Jul 4, 1959
				139187 with VF-213 on CV-16 Jul 4, 1959
				139191 with VMF(AW)-531
				139192 with VF-51 on USS Ticonderoga
				139194 with VF-213 on CV-16 Jul 4, 1959
				139197 with VMF(AW)-114
				139207 with VMF(AW)-115 on USS Independence
139208/139209		Douglas F5D-1 Skylancer 
				Originally ordered as F4D-2N, became new design during production and was redesignated F5D-1 Skylancer.
				139208 first flight Apr 21, 1956 at Edwards AFB.  Used as flying testbed for radar systems, instruments, and
					armament.  Assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA, later the NASA 
					Ames Research Center Aug 20, 1957 to 16Jan 16, 1961.  Registered as NACA 212 (later NASA 212).  
					Later changed to NASA 708.  Used as test bed for American supersonic transport program, fitted with 
					ogival wing platform.  WFU 1968.  Preserved as part of Merle Maine's private collection in Ontario, 
					Oregon.  Seen in Evergreen Air and Space Museum restoration shops in 2015.
				139209 used as flying testbed for radar systems, instruments, and armamament.  WFU 1969.
139210/139278		North American FJ-3 Fury
				Redesignated F-1C in 1962.
				139229 with VA-55 on CV-20 Dec 17, 1958
				139263 on CV-20 Dec 21, 1958
				139264 with VF-11 on CV-20 Dec 21, 1958
139279/139323		North American FJ-4 Fury 
				Redesignated F-1E in 1962.
				139291 (VU-7) crashed in cloudy weather Mar 27, 1961 on West Otay Mountain in California
					near the Mexican border.  Pilot killed.
				139304 with VMF-451 on CV-16 Oct 3, 1959
				139305 with VMF-451 on CV-16 Oct 3, 1959
				139306 with VMF-451 on CV-16 Oct 3, 1959
				139308 to NAF China Lake by Aug 1956.  Damaged at China Lake, CA Jun 12, 1959. SOC Jun 29, 1959.
139324/139423		North America FJ-3 Fury
				cancelled contract
139424/139530		North American FJ-4 Fury 
				Redesignated F-1E in 1962.
				139424 with VMF-451 on CV-16 Oct 3, 1959
				139425 with VMF-451 on CV-16 Oct 3, 1959
				139438 with VMF-451 on CV-16 Oct 3, 1959
				139447 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				139486 (MSN 209-106) on display at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
				139502 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				139503 (VMF-451) crashlanded in field in Taiwan in 1958.
				139505 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				139516 placed at Seawolf Park, Galveston, TX since Jul 1971.  Now with
					Historical Aviation Memorial Museum, Tyler, TX on loan from the NMNA.
				139520 with VMF-451 on CV-16 Oct 3, 1959
				139525 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				139526 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				139528 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
139531/139555		North American FJ-4B Fury 
				redesignated AF-1E in 1962.
				139531 (MSN 209-151) to MASDC as 1F0010.  Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				139534 on CV-14 Dec 22, 1958
				139536 on display in 1976 in Cabin John Regional Park, Montgomery County, Maryland
				139547 served as modex "44" in a US Navy Fleet Air Gunnery Unit.
				139549 to VX-5 by Dec 1959
				139551 (VX-5) during refueling crashed into Pacific off Monterey, CA Jun 24, 1958. Pilot killed.
				139554 to VX-5 c1958.
				139555 (VX-5) damaged in ground accident at China Lake, CA Sep 23, 1959. SOC
139556/139605		Douglas AD-5W Skyraider
				MSN 11054/11103.  Redesignated EA-1E in 1962.
				139562 (VAW-33) crashed on USS Lake Champlain CVS-39, no date
				139564 with VAW-11ATG-4 on CV-20 Dec 21, 1958
				139575 to MASDC Oct 4, 1966.  To NARF Quonset Point, RI Jun 1967.  To USAF as 52-139575.  
				139577 was with VAQ-33.  To MASDC Aug 31, 1966.  To USAF at MASDC
				139579 to MASDC Aug 31, 1966.  to USAF as 52-139579.
				139581 on CV-20 Dec 17, 1958
				139582 with VMF-451 on CV-16 Oct 3, 1959
				139584 to MASDC Sep 24, 1965.  To USAF as 52-139584.
				139594 to USAF as 52-139594. 
				139598 to MASDC Oct 4, 1966.  To USAF as 52-139598.
139606/139821		Douglas AD-6 Skyraider
				MSN 10838/11053.  Single-seat day attack version.  Redesignated A-1H in 1962.
				139606 (MSN 10838) to South Vietnam AF.  Escaped to U-Tapao, Thailand Apr 1975.
 					Recovered from Thailand and to civil registry as N3915B.  
					Underwent complete rebuild and reregistered N39606.  Now at Museum of Flight, Santa Monica, CA owned by Donald
					Douglas Museum Library.  Now owned by Bob Broznik of Ramona, CA.  
				139607 to South Vietnam AF
				139608 to South Vietnam AF
				139609 to South Vietnam AF.
				139611 (VA-65) lost at sea off USS Midway (CV-41) Jul 25, 1958. Pilot killed.
				139612 to South Vietnam AF
				139616 (VA-215) ditched into South China Sea 70 Miles South of Cam Ranh Bay, South Vietnam May 9, 1966.  Pilot 
					rescued by Navy helicopter.
				139618 to South Vietnam AF
				139621 to USAF as 52-139621.
				139622 to South Vietnam AF
				139626 to South Vietnam AF
				139629 to South Vietnam AF
				139630 on CV-20 Dec 17, 1958
				139634 assigned to VA-176, USS INTREPID in 1964.  Probably went to Vietnam AF.
				139636 (VA-152) suffered engine failure during test flight over Gulf of Tonkin Jul 21, 1965.  Pilot bailed out
					and was rescued.
				139638 to South Vietnam AF
				139640 on CV-31 Feb 21, 1959
				139641 to USAF as 52-139641.
				139643 to South Vietnam AF
				139653 to South Vietnam AF
				139656 to South Vietnam AF
				139661 to South Vietnam AF
				139662 to South Vietnam AF
				139664 to South Vietnam AF
				139665 (MSN 10897) to South Vietnam AF.   Escaped to U-Tapao, Thailand Apr 1975.
					Recovered from Thailand and registered N39149.  Later with Great American 
					Aircraft Maintenance Co of Torrance, CA as N665TC.
				139667 to South Vietnam AF
				139668 to USAF as 52-139668. 
				139669 crashed near Olmsted Point, Yosemite National Park March 24, 1959, killing the pilot.  
				139674 to South Vietnam AF.  Now on display at War Remnants Museum, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
				139677 with VA-216 on CV-20 Dec 17, 1958
				139678 to USAF as 52-139678.  
				139685 to South Vietnam AF
				139689 to South Vietnam AF.  Escaped to U-Tapao, Thailand Apr 1975.
				139690 to South Vietnam AF
				139691 to South Vietnam AF
				139692 (VA-52) shot down by SA-2 SAM near Giao Phuong 15 Miles Southwest of Vinh, Nghe An Province, North Vietnam
					Apr 13, 1966.  Pilot KIA
				139693 (VA-165) shot down by AAA 35 Miles South of Vinh, Nghe An Province, North Vietnam Sep 4, 1965.  Pilot KIA.
				139701 (VA-152) hit by ground fire near Phong Bai 35 Miles North of Vinh, Nghe An Province, North Vietnam
					Aug 7, 1966.  Was able to fly to Gulf of Tonkin and ditched off coast, but pilot was killed.
				139702 to USAF as 52-139702.
				139703 to South Vietnam AF
				139705 on CV-31 Feb 21, 1959
				139707 to South Vietnam AF
				139708 (VA-152) suffered engine failure during launch from USS Oriskany in Gulf of Tonkin and crashed into
					water Jun 30, 1965.  Pilot was rescued.
				139714 to South Vietnam AF
				139715 with VA-15 on USS Franklin D. Roosevelt
				139718 to South Vietnam AF
				139720 (VA-152) shot down by AAA near Xuan Noa, Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam Aug 26, 1965.  Pilot bailed out
					and became POW.
				139721 (VA-215) shot down by AAA 5 Miles Southeast of Ban Muong Sen, Savannakhet Province, Laos Apr 2, 1965.
					Pilot KIA.
				139723 in 1958-59 aboard USS Forestal with VA-104.  To South Vietnam AF.  In 2010 was on display at the Air Defence 
					and Air Force Museum, Hanoi-Bac Mai, Vietnam.
				139726 with VA-0215 on CV-16 Jul 4, 1959
				139730 to USAF as 52-139730.
				139731 (VA-152) crashed into The ground during dive and exploded 25 Miles southwest of Thanh Hoa, Thanh Hoa Province, 
					North Vietnam Oct 14, 1966.  Pilot KIA.
				139733 on CV-20 Dec 17, 1958.
				139734 to USAF as 52-139734.
				139735 to USAF as 52-139735.
				139737 to South Vietnam AF
				139738 to USAF as 52-139738.
				139739 to USAF as 52-139739.
				139744 to South Vietnam AF.  Escaped to U-Tapao, Thailand Apr 1975.
				139746 to South Vietnam AF
				139748 (VA-52) crashed into sea after landing waved off by LSO on USS Ticonderoga, Gulf of Tonkin Jan 18, 1967.
					Pilot killed.
				139749 to South Vietnam AF
				139754 to VMA-331
				139755 (VA-196) shot down by ground fire 35 Miles north of Dong Hoi, Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam Dec 2, 1965.
					Pilot KIA
				139756 (VA-25) shot down by SA-2 SAM missile off coast of Vinh, Nghe An Province, North Vietnam in The Gulf of Tonkin
					Sep 14, 1966.  Pilot KIA.
				139757 to South Vietnam AF
				139758 to South Vietnam AF
				139760 (VA-145) shot down Aug 5, 1964 in just offshore of Thanh Hoa, Thanh Hoa Province, North Vietnam in 
					Gulf of Tonkin during retaliatory attack on North Vietnam.  Pilot KIA.  First Navy pilot killed over Vietnam.
				139768 (VA-115) hit by automatic weapons fire 15 Miles North of Dong Hoi, Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam 
					in The Gulf of Tonkin Mar 17, 1967.  Plane able to fly out to Gulf of Tonkin, where pilot bailed out and
					was rescued by Navy ship.
				139769 to South Vietnam AF
				139770 to South Vietnam AF
				139771 to South Vietnam AF
				139772 (VA-165) hit by AAA 10 Miles South of Vinh, Nghe An Province, North Vietnam Aug 13, 1965.  Was able to
					fly 5 mi offshore of Gulf of Tonkin where pilot bailed out and was rescued by USAF HU-16 amphibian.
				139775 to South Vietnam AF
				139776 to USAF as 52-139776.
				139778 to South Vietnam AF
				139779 to South Vietnam AF
				139789 to USAF as 52-139789.  
				139790 (VA-215) hit by AAA Ha Tinh City, Ha Tinh Province, North Vietnam Mar 26, 1965. Able to fly to Da Nang
					where plane crashed 5 mi W of airfield.  Pilot survived.
				139791 to USAF as 52-139791.  To South Vietnam AF.  
				139796 to South Vietnam AF
				139797 to South Vietnam AF
				139799 to USAF as 52-139799.
				139802 to South Vietnam AF
				139803 to South Vietnam AF
				139805 (VA-115) suffered engine failure over Gulf of Tonkin Feb 14, 1967.  Plane ditched 25 mi E of
					Mu Ron Ma, North Vietnam in Gulf of Tonkin.  Pilot missing
				139806 (VA-115) crashed into sea after launch from USS Ranger in Gulf of Tonkin Jun 20, 1966.  Pilot killed.
				139811 to USAF as 52-139811.
				139818 (VA-215) crashed into ground during diving attack west of Phu Qui, Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam
					Apr 19, 1965.  Pilot KIA.
				139820 was with VA-145
				139821 to USAF as 52-139821.
139822/139867 		Vought A2U-1
				Cancelled contract
139868/139917		Vought F7U-3M Cutlass
				139890 on CV-20 Dec 22, 1958
139918 			Goodyear ZPG-2W
139919/139970		Douglas A4D-1 Skyhawk 
				MSN 11284/112335.  Redesignated A-4A in 1962.
				139921 being restored for USS Hornet Museum, Alameda, CA
				139922 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				139926 to VX-5 by Oct 1956.  (VX-5) crashed 5 mi S of NAS Inyokern Oct 5, 1956 due to inflight fire.  Pilot killed.
				139927 to VX-5 by Dec 1956.
				139930 seen on Eglin AFB range Aug 1976
				139931 at Naval Air Warfare Training Systems Division, Orlando, FL.  Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				139936 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				139938 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				139939 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				139945 in poor condition at El Mirage, CA.  Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				139946 put on display at Air Museum, Windsor Locks, CT.  Destroyed during the 1979 tornado.  The museum's current
					A-4 is marked as 314, BuNo 142219.  This model came from Memphis, Tennessee Naval Air Station.  Don't know its BuNo.
				139947 Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975.  Was on display at Chanute AFB.  When this museum closed, moved
					to Military Aircraft Preservation Society (MAPS), Akron-Canton Airport, OH  
				139949 nose section and fuselage seen at desert Aviation Warehouse boneyard at El Mirage, CA Apr 2009.
				139953 retired Nov 1962 and then used for ground instruction at NAS Lemoore. Noted on display at Hickey Park,
					Lemoore  in May 1996 and still present Nov 2010.
				139956 was on static display at NAS Atlanta. Seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975. In 2012 was at the new 
					Marietta Museum Air Wing at Dobbins ARB, Georgia.
				139958 seen at Memphis NATTC Oct 21, 1975
				139960 (MSN 11325) rear fuselage noted in compound behind restoration hangar
					at Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA Nov 2002
				139968 at Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA.  Came from firefighting pits at NAS China Lake.
				139969 on display at US Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD, marked as 142176.  I also have
					a report of this plane (MSN 11334) with the rear fuselage behind restoration
					hangar at Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA Nov 2002.
139971/140001		Kaman HOK-1	   
				Redesignated OH-43D in 1962
				139971 to civil registry as N5181Q May 1970 with Command Helicopters of Medford, OR.  Registration revoked
				139972
				139974 to MASDC as 5H0003.  Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				139977 to civil registry as N5182Q May 1970 with Command Helicopters of Medford, OR.  Registration revoked
				139978 to civil registry as N5183Q May 1970 with Command Helicopters of Medford, OR.  Registration revoked
				139981 to civil registry as N5184Q May 1970 with Command Helicopters of Medford, OR.  Registration revoked
				139982 to Command Helicopters of Medford, OR as N5185Q Mar 2, 1970.  To Aircraft Surplus Co of Tucson, AZ
					Oct 18, 1974.  Retired by Oct 1977.  To Marine Corps Air-Ground Museum Quantico, VA Oct 21, 1986.
					At Carolinas Aviation Msueum, Charlotte, NC since 2002.
				139983 to civil registry as N5186Q May 1970 with Command Helicopters of Medford, OR.  Registration revoked
				139984 to civil registry as N5187Q May 1970 with Command Helicopters of Medford, OR.  Registration revoked
				139988 to civil registry as N5188Q May 1970 with Command Helicopters of Medford, OR.  Registration revoked
				139989 to civil registry as N5189Q May 1970 with Command Helicopters of Medford, OR.  Registration revoked
				139990 to Command Helicopters of Medford, OR as N5190Q Mar 2, 1970.  To Aircraft Surplus Co, Tucson, AZ
					Oct 18, 1974.  To Marine Corps Air-Ground Museum, Quantico, VA Oct 21, 1986.  To MCAS Tustin, CA,
					and thereafter at MCAS Miramar, CA.
				139991 to civil registry as N5191Q Mar 1970 with Command Helicopters of Medford, OR.  Registration revoked
				139994 to civil registry as N5192Q May 1970 with Command Helicopters of Medford, OR.  Registration revoked
				139995 to civil registry as N5193Q May 1970 with Command Helicopters of Medford, OR.  Registration revoked
				139997 to civil registry as N5194Q May 1970 with Command Helicopters of Medford, OR.  Registration revoked
				139998 to civil registry as N5195Q May 1970 with Command Helicopters of Medford, OR.  Registration revoked
				139999 to MASDC.  To civil registry as N5196Q May 1970 with Command Helicopters of Medford, OR.  Registration revoked
				140001 to civil registry as N5197Q May 1970 with Command Helicopters of Medford, OR.  Registration revoked
140002/140052		North American T-28B Trojan
				MSN 219-1/51.
				140002 (MSN 219-1) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 6May75 as damaged
					Transferred to USAF.  Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Stored dismantled at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				140003 (MSN 219-2) Transferred to US Marines Corps
					Assigned to Headquarters and Maintenance Squadron 32 [H&MS-32], MCAS Beaufort, SC [Apr75]
					Transferred to US Navy.  Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-753]. W/o 19 or 20May82
					Transferred to USAF.  Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Stored dismantled at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				140004 (MSN 219-3) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-731]
					To MASDC as 5T0072 30Oct76. SOC 29May78. Departed 31Mar80
					To Lester Industries, San Antonio, TX 
					To Honduran Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Hondureña 1980 
					Assembled from parts bought from various DoD sales and the fuselage of 140004
					Registered N52475 as a North American / Burks T-28B with c/n 140004B, 23Oct92; cancelled 12Jan93 on export to Canada
					Registered C-GTTI 19Jan93; current [Dec15]
				140005 (MSN 219-4) Bailed to US Army as a test support aircraft. First report 15Mar64; last report 15Nov67
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 13Nov72
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To Khmer Air Force [sic] 25Nov72 as 55-140005/0-40005
					Escaped to Thailand 1975
					To Philippine Air Force c1976 as 55-140005/140005, possibly for spares. Noted dismantled at Villamor AB 1980-88. 
					Sold 14Mar89
					Registered N20517 12Sep89; cancelled 7Jan16
				140006 (MSN 219-5) Assigned to NAF El Centro, CA. Written off 13Apr78
				140007 (MSN 219-6) To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 4Nov83
					Registered N5443E; cancelled 6Apr88
					Crashed 30Mar86 whilst performing aerobatics at Lutherville, GA. After takeoff the aircraft was observed to 
					climb straight out to an altitude of about 500-700 ft. It then turned to a northerly heading. After a short 
					time on the northerly heading, the aircraft was observed to initiate a left aileron or barrel roll and end 
					up on an easterly heading in a steep dive. The aircraft went from sight of these witnesses behind the tree 
					line still in a dive. They stated that the roll maneuver was initiated at a height of 500-700 ft. Witnesses 
					at the crash site stated that they first saw the aircraft at a low altitude in a descent with the engine 
					running 'real loud'. It struck trees and a utility pole and parts started coming off. Both aboard killed.
				140008 (MSN 219-7) Transferred to US Marine Corps
					Assigned to VMIT-10, MCAS Cherry Point, NC [code WD-353]
					To NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 15Oct76 as damaged
				140009 (MSN 219-8) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-773]
					Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 24Oct83
					Noted in external storage at the Naval Aviation Museum (Pensacola) Summer 1984
					Registered N300JH; current [Dec15]
					Damaged 7Aug86 when the nose landing gear collapsed during landing.
				140010 (MSN 219-9) Assigned to NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 22Oct82
					Transferred to USAF.  Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Stored dismantled at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
				140011 (MSN 219-10) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 24Oct60
				140012 (MSN 219-11) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-739]
					Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 9Sep83
					Noted in external storage at the Naval Aviation Museum (Pensacola) Summer 1984
					Registered N282MS 8Oct85; cancelled 16Jul99 on export to Canada
					Registered C-FPTR with Planes to Remember Aviation, White Rock, BC 24Sep99; cancelled 21Aug07 on export to USA
					Registered N828JC 30Aug07; current [Dec15]
				140013 (MSN 219-12) Assigned to NAS Saufley Field, FL. W/o 21Nov57
				140014 (MSN 219-13) Written off 23Jun60
				140015 (MSN 219-14) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-738]. SOC 19Nov83
					Registration N5827T reserved Oct84; reregistered
					To the Maryland Aviation Historical Society, Annapolis, MD
					Registered N108NA to the Maryland Aviation Historical Society 23Jun88; cancelled 4Jun13
				140016 (c;n 219-15) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-763]
					Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 30Apr83
					Registered N46984; cancelled 10Jan14 on export to user in Australia
					Registered VH-KAN 19Feb14; current [Dec15]
				140017 (MSN 219-16) Written off 23May57
				140018 (MSN 219-17) Assigned to NAS North Island, CA
					To MASDC as 5T0029 5Dec74. Departed 21Apr76.  To NARF Jacksonville, FL. SOC 15Nov78
					Transferred to US Army 23Jun76 as 140018
					Operated by Army Airborne Special Operations Test Board
					Used to photograph loads being dropped out of cargo planes.  Assigned to Fort Bragg, NC
					To Lowry AFB, Denver, CO 1990.  To the Pima Air Museum, Tucson, AZ 1993
					Registered N6263T; cancelled 21Apr11 on export user in to Brasil
					Registered PP-ZFE 26Jul11; cancelled
					Crashed 12Apr12 in a sugar cane field approximately 1500m from Dr. José Augusto de Oliveira 
					Botelho Airport [SDJA]. Both occupants onboard were killed.
				140019 (MSN 219-18) Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 28May71
					Transferred to USAF 4Jun71. SOC 21Dec71
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 54-140019/0-40019
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos. W/o Mar 30, 1973.
				140020 (MSN 219-19) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code E-444]
					To MASDC as 5T0156 24Jun78. SOC 25Jun78
					Registered N8046D; current [Dec15]
				140021 (MSN 219-20) Assigned to VT-2, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 22Jun61
				140022 (MSN 219-21) Assigned to VT-6, NAS Whiting Field, FL [code 2P-222; later E-261]
					Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 15Feb83
				140023 (MSN 219-22) Assigned to NAS Whiting Field, FL.  Transferred to USAF 7Dec70
					Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 21Dec71.  Converted to T-28D-10
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 55-140023/0-40023. 
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos.  W/o Jun72
				140024 (MSN 219-23) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL. W/o 4Oct60
				140025 (MSN 219-24) Transferred to US Marine Corps
					Assigned to SOES-12 [Station Operations and Engineer Squadron], MCAS Quantico, VA
					To MASDC as 5T0067 17Oct76. SOC 29May78. Departed 31Mar80.  To Lester Industries, San Antonio, TX 
					To Honduran Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Hondureña 1980 as 233. BoS 5Sep85
					Registered HR-AKN-P Jun85. Shipped Honduras to New Orleans Sep85
					Registered N125NA; cancelled on export to Canada
					Registered C-FJVW 5Dec86; cancelled 21Aug91 on export to USA
					Registered N228AC Dec87; current [Dec15]. Ferried to Italy via Reykjavik, Iceland and Wick, Scotland Jul97
				140026 (MSN 219-25) Written off 12Sep61
				140027 (MSN 219-26) Written off 4Sep57
				140028 (MSN 219-27)  Assigned to NAS North Island, CA
					Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. Crashed 13Jun77.  To the Pima Air Museum, AZ 1992
				140029 (MSN 219-28) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-759]. SOC 6Jan84
					Registration N54916 assigned; ntu, cancelled 10Mar11
				140030 (MSN 219-29) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-716]
					To MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. SOC 31Jan84
					Registered N130TD; current [Dec15]
					Registration N628RM reserved Mar04; ntu
				140031 (MSN 219-30) Assigned to NAS Norfolk, VA
					To MASDC as 5T0096 16Dec76. SOC 29May78. Departed 31Mar80
					To Lester Industries, San Antonio, TX 
					To Honduran Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Hondureña 1980 as 232. BoS 5Sep85
					Registered HR-AKM-P Jun85. Shipped Honduras to New Orleans Sep85
					Registered N31NA; cancelled on export to Canada
					Registered C-FMGI 17Nov86; cancelled 8Nov89 on export to USA
					Registered N31NA 6Dec89; current [Dec15]
					Carries Royal Norwegian Air Force markings, code YR-I
				140032 (MSN 219-31) Written off 7Feb58
				140033 (MSN 219-32) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL
					Mid-air collision with T-28 137761 south east of Munson, Black River State Forest, northeast of 
					Pensacola, FL, 28Feb61
				140034 (MSN 219-33) Written off 22Apr58
				140035 (MSN 219-34) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code G-726]
					Assigned to NAS Pensacola, FL. SOC 22Sep83
					Noted in external storage at the Naval Aviation Museum (Pensacola) Summer 1984
					Registered N281MS; reregistered.  Registered N281CM; current [Dec15]
					Damaged 7Jul95 when the aircraft landed with the landing gear retracted.
				140036 (MSN 219-35) Assigned to NAS Corpus Christi, TX. SOC 16Dec82.
					Transferred to USAF.  Assigned to 3380th Maintenance and Supply Group, Keesler AFB, MS
					Stored dismantled at Techatticup mine near Nelson, NV [last reported Oct15]
					Also reported to Vietnam and Laos:
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force as 140036.  Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron
					Redesignated 516th Fighter Squadron Jan63
					To Royal Lao Air Force [sic] May/Jun64 as 54-0036/0-40036
					Destroyed 24Jan65 at Wattay, Vientiane. Ammunition accidently fired hit a fuel truck in front of 
					a parked and armed aircraft causing an explosion which cascaded down the flight line.
				140037 (MSN 219-36) Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Feb62 as 140037
					Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron
				140038 (MSN 219-37) To BWR FR, Columbus, OH. SOC 13Jan62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Feb62 as 140038.  Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron
					Redesignated 516th Fighter Squadron Jan63.  Damaged sometime in 1963.
				140039 (MSN 219-38) To BWR FR, Columbus, OH. SOC 29Jan62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Feb62 as 140039
					Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron.  Redesignated 516th Fighter Squadron Jan63
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 54-0039/0-40039
					Destroyed 24Jan65 at Wattay, Vientiane. Ammunition accidently fired hit a fuel truck in front of a 
					parked and armed aircraft causing an explosion which cascaded down the flight line.
				140040 (MSN 219-39) To BWR FR, Columbus, OH. SOC 20Jan62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Feb62 as 140040
					Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron [code T].  Redesignated 516th Fighter Squadron Jan63
					To Royal Lao Air Force May/Jun64 as 54-0040/0-40040. W/o 8Feb65
				140041 (MSN 219-40) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-713]
					Noted in external storage at the Naval Aviation Museum (Pensacola) Summer 1984
					Registered N9995H; reregistered.  Registered N28BP; reregistered
					Registered N287WK 8Aug13; current [Dec15].  Now with Planes of Fame Air Museum, Minnesota
				140042 (MSN 219-41) To BWR FR, Columbus, OH. SOC 31Jan62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Feb62 as 140042.  Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron
					Redesignated 516th Fighter Squadron Jan63.  Damaged at Nha Trang Feb 28, 1963.
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 54-140042/0042. W/o Jan68
				140043 (MSN 219-42) Assigned to FMFLANT
					To MASDC as 5T0065 Oct 10, 1976, later to TA0210. SOC 29May78
					Registered N265FM August 1994 to Flight Management of Tulsa, OK ; current [Dec15]
					Noted at Allied Aircraft scrap yard, Tucson, AZ 2000
					Under rebuild in the Specialized Aircraft Maintenance scrap yard, Tucson, AZ Feb14
				140044 (MSN 219-43) To BWR FR, Columbus, OH. SOC 31Jan62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Feb62 as 54-140044/140044
					Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron. Damaged 10Jul62 at Nha Trang, RVN
					Redesignated 516th Fighter Squadron Jan63
					To Royal Lao Air Force May64 as 54-140044/0-40044. WFU 1Jul74
					Assigned to Detachment 6, 4410th Combat Crew Training Squadron, 1st Air Commando Wing, Udorn RTAB, 
					Thailand for Operation Water Pump. 
					Lost in Laos 25Oct65; rebuilt
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos
					To Philippine Air Force c1974 as 54-140044/140044, possibly for spares. Noted dismantled at Villamor 
					AB 1980-88. Sold 14Mar89
					Registered N2052D 12Sep89 with c/n 54-140044; sale reported 19May94, cancelled 10Jul13
				140045 (MSN 219-44) Written off 29Jun57.  Noted stored at Corpus Christi, TX [Mar04]
				140046 (MSN 219-45) Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-783]. SOC 28Oct83
					Allocated to National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL. On loan to NAS Corpus Christi, TX
					Preserved and on display at the Officer's Club, NAS Corpus Christi, TX by 1991
				140047 (MSN 219-46) Delivered to US Navy 22Feb56
					Assigned to VR-131, NAF Litchfield Park, AZ 1958-Apr60
					Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL Apr60
					Assigned to NAAS Saufley Field, FL Aug63
					Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL Apr66
					Transferred to US Marines Corps.  Assigned to MCAS New River Jun70
					Returned to US Navy
					Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL May74
					Assigned to TW-5, NAS Whiting Field, FL Dec76
					Assigned to VT-6, NAS Whiting Field, FL Jan80
					To MASDC Feb83. SOC 24Feb83
					Registered N5443U; current [Dec15]
					Damaged 1May03 when the aircraft overran the runway, contacting a concrete block tearing off the 
					nose wheel, bending a propeller blade and damaging a wing tip.
				140048 (MSN 219-47) Assigned to NAS Norfolk, VA
					To MASDC as 5T0076 Nov 3, 1976, later to US Army as ZD0001. SOC 29May78
					Bailed to US Army as 140048, 11Aug81; last report 15Mar87
					To the USAF Museum for preservation. Delivered to USAF Museum 12Mar87.  On display false VNAF markings as 38365
				140049 (MSN 219-48) Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL
					To MASDC 31Jul69. Departed 27Feb70.  To NARF Pensacola, FL 
					Assigned to VT-27, NAS Corpus Christi, TX [code D-719]
					To MASDC.  SOC 24Jan84
					Registered N87AW; reregistered
					Registered N228DF; reregistered
					Registered N862TH 17Mar10; current [Dec15]
				140050 (MSN 219-49) To MASDC. SOC 15Feb83
					Registered N89AW; current [Dec15]
				140051 (MSN 219-50) To BWR FR, Columbus, OH. SOC 10Jan62
					Assigned to the Military Assistance Program [MAP]
					To South Vietnam Air Force Feb62 as 140051
					Assigned to 2nd Fighter Squadron
					Redesignated 516th Fighter Squadron Jan63
				140052 (MSN 219-51)  Assigned to VT-3, NAS Whiting Field, FL. Crashed 21May68