1956 USAF Serial Numbers (56-001/956)


Last revised November 15, 2021


56-001/005		McDonnell F-101C-40-MC Voodoo
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				001 1963-64: USAF 81st TFW.  Converted to RF-101H.  Arkansas ANG 154th TRS.  Kentucky ANG 165th TRS. Was preserved at Shewmaker, KY.
					Was preserved at Louisville, KY.  Currently preserved at Standiford APT, KY.
				002 (MSN 139) 1961: USAF 81st TFW.  Converted to RF-101H.  Kentucky ANG 165th TRS, 123rd TRG, Standiford Field, KY..
					To MASDC as FF275 Aug 7, 1972.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1975.  Departed Aug 22, 1977.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ
				003 (MSN 141) 1961: USAF 81st TFW.  1963: USAF 81st TFW.  Converted to RF-101H.  Arkansas ANG 154th TRS.
					Kentucky ANG 165th TRS, 123rd TRGmStandiford Field, KY.  To MASDC as FF259 Jul 18, 1972.  Declared excess Mar 30, 1973.
					Departed Apr 29, 1975.  To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ
				004 1958: USAF 27th TFW.  1960: USAF 81st TFW.  1963: USAF 81st TFW.  Converted to RF-101H.  West Virginia ANG 167th TRS.
					w/o Sep 17, 1971, where?
				005 USAF 78th TFS (81st TFW).  Kentucky ANG 165th TRS.  Was on display at Kissimee, FL
56-006/019		McDonnell F-101C-45-MC Voodoo
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				006 (MSN 147) USAF 524th FBS (27th FBW).  1960: USAF 81st TFW.  1961: USAF 92nd TFS (81st TFW). 1965: USAF 81st TFW.
					1965: USAF 87th FIS.  Converted to RF-101H.  1968: Kentucky ANG 165th TRS 123rd TRG, Standiford Field, KY. 
					Converted to RF-101H.  To MASDC as FF260 Jul 18, 1972.  Declared excess Mar 13, 1973.  Departed May 9, 1985.
					To NWC China Lake, CA
				007 1960: USAF 81st TFW.  1963: USAF 92nd TFS (81st TFW).  Crashed Dec 19, 1963 at RAF Bentwaters, UK
				008 1960: USAF 78th TFS (81st TFW).  W/o Jan 23, 1960, where?
				009 1963: USAF 81st TFW.  1965: USAF 81st TFW.  Converted to GF-101C.  On pedestal at Sheppard AFB, Texas.
				010 1960: USAF 91st TFS (81st TFW). Converted to RF-101H.  1968: Kentucky ANG 165th TRS 123rd TRG, Standiford Field, KY .
					Converted to RF-101H.  Crashed Aug 5, 1968 near Oak Grove, MO
				011 (MSN 157) USAF 81st TFW.  Converted to RF-101H.  Arkansas ANG 154th TRS.  Kentucky ANG 165th TRS, 123rd TRG, Standiford Field, KY
					1968: Nevada ANG 192nd TRS. To MASDC as FF277 Aug 14, 1972.  Declared excess Mar 30, 1973.  Decparted Jul 7, 1975
					Was on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ. Currently preserved at Fort Smith APT, AR 
				012 (MSN 159) 1960-61: USAF 81st TFW.  USAF 92nd TFS (81st TFW).  Converted to RF-101H.  Arkansas ANG 154th TRS.
					1967: Nevada ANG 192nd TRS.  To MASDC from 165th TRS, 123rd TRG, Standiford Field, KY as FF261 Jul 18, 1972
					Declared excess Mar 30, 1973.  Departed Oct 20, 1977.   To Kolar Inc, Tucson, z
				013 (USAF 91st TFS (81st TFW).  1964: USAF 78th TFS (81st TFW).
					Crashed on Meall Odhar in Western Scotland May 5, 1964 while
					on training flight from RAF Bentwaters.  Pilot killed.  Wreck was found May 15, 1964
				014 (MSN 163) 1961: USAF 78th TFS (81st TFW).  1962: USAF 81st TFW. Converted to RF-101H.
					Kentucky ANG 165th TRS., 123rd TRW, Standiford Field, KY  Nevada ANG 192nd TRS.
					To MASDC as FF279 from 165th TRS Aug 24, 1972.  Declared excess Mar 30, 1973.  Departed Nov 30, 1977
					To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ
				015 w1963: USAF 81st TFW.  1964: USAF 78th TFS (81st TFW).
					2/22/1964: Crashed after an inflight explosion near Lampard Brook near Framlingham, England
				016 (MSN 168) 1960: USAF 81st TFW.  Converted to RF-101H.  1967: Nevada ANG 192nd TRS
					To MASDC as FF221 from 165th TRS, 123rd TRG, Standiford Field, KY Mar 24, 1972. Declared excess Mar 30, 1973.
					Departed Apr 29, 1977.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ
				017 1961: USAF 81st TFW.  W/o Aug 5, 1961 in fatal accident when crashed into a hangar at RAF Bentwaters, UK
				018 (MSN 173) crashed on the Isle of Man Dec 16, 1960. Pilot safely ejected.  Had not been converted to RF standard.
					Also listed as with 1963: USAF 81st TFW.  1965: USAF 81st TFW.  Converted to RF-101H. Kentucky ANG 165th TRS, 123rd TRG, Standiford Field, KY
					1968: Nevada ANG 192nd TRS.  to MASDC as FF215 from 165th TRS Mar 1, 1972.  Declared excess Mar 30, 193.
					Departed Apr 5, 1977.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ
				019 (MSN 175) 1959: USAF 38th TRS (66th TRW).  1960: USAF 91st TFS (81st TFW).  Converted to RF-101H.  Nevada ANG 192nd TRS.
					To MASDC as FF267 from 165th TRS, 123rd TRG, Standiford Field, KY Jul 27, 1972.  Declared excess Mar 30, 1973.
					Departed Apr 11, 1976.  To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ
56-020/032		McDonnell F-101C-50-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com.  Dispositions from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org  
				020 (MSN 177) 1963: USAF 81st TFW.  Converted to RF-101H. Arkansas ANG 154th TRS.  Kentucky ANG 165th TRS?  1967-71: Nevada ANG 192nd TRS
					Converted to RF-101H.  To MASDC from 165th TRS, 123rd TRG, Standiford Field, KY as FF219 Mar 9, 1972.
					Declared excess Mar 30, 1973.  Departed Apr 25, 1977.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ
				021 1959: USAF 78th TFS (81st TFW).   w/o Nov 16, 1959 when ditched into sea 450 mi WSWE off Lajes, Azores on delivery flight.
				022 (MSN 181) 1961: USAF 79th TRS (81st TFW)   Converted to RF-101H.  1967-69: Nevada ANG 192nd TRS.
					To MASDC from 165th TRS, 123rd TRG, Standiford Field, KY as FF257 Jul 14, 1972.  Declared excess Mar 30, 1973.
					Departed Apr 29, 1975.  To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ
				023 (MSN 183) USAF 81st TFW.  Converted to RF-101H.  Arkansas ANG 154th TRS.  1969: Nevada ANG 192nd TRS.
					To MASDC from 165th TRS, 123rd TRG, Standiford Field, KY as FF276 Aug 7, 1972.  Declared excess Jan 28, 1975.
					Departed May 11, 1977.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ
				024 1959: USAF 91st TFS (81st TFW).   Crashed Feb 12, 1959 near Iken near RAF Bentwaters, UK
				025 (MSN 187) USAF 78th TFS (81st TFW).  Converted to RF-101H.  Arkansas ANG 154th TRS.   Nevada ANG 192nd TRS.
					To MASDC from 165th TRS, 123rd TRG, Standiford Field, KY as FF220 Mar 9, 1972.  Declared excess Mar 30, 1973.
					Departed Oct 12, 1977.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ
				026 (MSN 189) 1960: USAF 81st TFW.  1961: USAF 78th TFS (81st TFW).  Converted to RF-101H.  Arkansas ANG 154th TRS.
					Kentucky ANG 165th TRS?   Nevada ANG 192nd TRS.
  					To MASDC from 165th TRS, 123rd TRG, Standiford Field, KY as FF217 Mar 1, 1972.  Declared excess Mar 30, 1973.
					Departed Dec 1, 1977.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson AZ
				027 (MSN 192) USAF 522nd TFS (27th TFW).  1958-59: USAF 81st TFW.  1960: USAF 78th TFS (81st TFW).  1962-65: USAF 81st TFW.
					Converted to RF-101H.  1968-69: Nevada ANG 192nd TRS.
					To MASDC from 165th TRS, 123rd TRG, Standiford Field, KY as FF218 Mar 1, 1972.  Declared excess Mar 30, 1973.
					Departed Oct 12, 1977.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ
				028 1960: USAF 78th TFS (81st TFW).  Crashed Dec 15, 1960 on Barony farm near Ramsay, Isle of Man, UK after ran out of fuel.  Pilot OK.
				029 (MSN 196) 1960: USAF 81st TFW.  USAF 91st TFS (81st TFW).  Converted to RF-101H.  Nevada ANG 192nd TRS.
					To MASDC from 165th TRS, 123rd TRG, Standiford Field, KY as FF214 Mar 1, 1972.  Declared excess Mar 30, 1973.
					Departed May 20, 1977.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ
				030 converted to RF-101H.  (81st TFW/78th TFS) crashed on final approach to RAF Bentwaters, UK. 
					Pilot ejected safely.  I don't know the date.  Could it be Feb 22, 1964?
				031 USAF 81st TFW.  Converted to RF-101H.  1966: Nevada ANG 192nd TRS.  W/o 21 Jun 1966 near Reno, NV
				032 (MSN 205) 1964-65: USAF 81st TFW.  Converted to RF-101H.  Nevada ANG 192nd TRS.
					To MASDC from 165th TRS, 123rd TRG, Standiford Field, KY as FF263 Jul 20, 1972.  Declared excess Mar 30, 1973.
					Departed Apr 28, 1975.  To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ	
56-033/039		McDonnell F-101C-55-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com.  Dispositions from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org
				033 (MSN 207) 1965: USAF 81st TFW.  Converted to RF-101H.  1969-70: Nevada ANG 192nd TRS.
					To MASDC from 165th TRS, 123rd TRG, Standiford Field, KY as FF216 Mar 1, 1972.  Declared excess Mar 30, 1973.
					Departed Apr 28, 1975.  To Consolidaed, Tucson, AZ
				034 (MSN 210) USAF 81st TFW.  Converted to RF-101H.  1969: Nevada ANG 192nd TRS.
					To MASDC from 165th TRS, 123rd TRG, Standiford Field, KY as FF268 Jul 27, 1972.  Declared excess Mar 30, 1973.
					Departed May 9, 1975.  To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ
				035 (MSN 214) 1960: USAF 81st TFW.  1963-64: USAF 81st TFW.  Converted to RF-101H.  Arkansas ANG 154th TRS. 1969-71: Nevada ANG 192nd TRS  
					To MASDC from 165th TRS, 123rd TRG, Standiford Field, KY as FF258 Jul 14, 1972.  Declared excess Mar 30, 1973.
					Departed May 13, 1975.  To NWC China Lake, CA
				036 (MSN 218) 1960: USAF 81st TFW.  Converted to RF-101H.  Arkansas ANG 154th TRS.  Nevada ANG 192nd TRS.
					To MASDC from 165th TRS, 123rd TRG, Standiford Field, KY as FF264 Jul 20, 1972.  Declared excess Mar 30, 1973.
					Departed Apr 28, 1975.  To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ
				037 1958: USAF 27th TFW.  9/24/1958: Ditched into the Atlantic Ocean on delivery flight. Off Suffolk, England
				038 1963: USAF 81st TFW.  1966: USAF 81st TFW.  W/o Jan 6, 1966 at RAF Woodbridge, UK
				039 1963: USAF 81st TFW.  Converted to RF-101H.  1968-69: Nevada ANG 192nd TRS.  9/15/1972: Withdrawn from use.
					1974: Salvaged at Luke AFB, AZ.
56-040/057		McDonnell RF-101C-60-MC Voodoo
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				040 1965: 15th TRS (18th TFW).  6/29/1965: Shot down by ground fire near the Son La Army Barracks near Hanoi, North Vietnam. Pilot was killed
				041 (MSN 254) USAF 15th FIS.   Mississippi ANG 153rd TRS.  To MASDC Feb 24, 1976 as FF332. Departed Nov 1, 1984.
					To Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, AZ
				042 USAF 15th FIS.  Mississippi ANG 153rd TRS.  Br/u Oct 1975 at Key Field, MS
				043 (20th TRS, 460th TFW) shot down by SA-2 near Thanh Hoa, North Vietnam. Mar 7, 1966, NVN.  Pilot MIA.
				044 (MSN 258) to MASDC from 165th TRS, 123rd TRG, Standiford Field, KY Feb 3, 1976 as FF327.  Departed Nov 1, 1984.
					To Allied Aircrat Sales, Tucson, AZ
				045 USAF 15th TRS (18th TRW).   1965: USAF 45th TRS (460th TRW).
					(45th TRS) shot down by gunfire May 6, 1965 near the Vinh Linh Barracks/Ben Hai, North Vietnam.  Pilot KIA.
				046 8/29/1962: Written off. 
				047 (MSN 262) Mississippi ANG 153rd TRS, 186th TRG, Key Field, Meridian, MS.   To MASDC Mar 22, 1976 as FF338.  Departed Nov 1, 1984.
					To Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, AZ
				048 on display at Selfridge Military Air Museum, MI.
				049 crashed Jul 26, 1967 due to mechanical failure North Vietnam
				050 1960: USAF 67th TRWw/o Apr 15, 1960, where?
				051 USAF 45th TRS (67th TRW).  1966: USAF 20th TRS.   (460th TRW(20th TRS, 460th TRW) lost over NVN Jul 6, 1966.  Pilot POW.
				052 1959: USAF 67th TRW.    W/o Aug 7, 1959, where?
				053 (MSN 270) 1966: USAF 20th TFS (460th TRW).  1970: USAF 29th TRS (363rd TRW).
					1976: Kentucky ANG 165th TRS, 123rd TRGF, Standiford Field, KY.
					To MASDC Mar 31, 1976 as FF344.  Departed Jul 24, 1984.  To Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, AZ
				054 USAF 15th TRS (67th TRW).  USAF 363rd TRW.  W/o Jul 26, 1966 South Carolina
				055 (MSN 272) 1968-69: USAF 17th TRS (66th TRW).  1969: USAF 18th TRS (66th TRW).  USAF 363rd TRW.
					1975: Arkansas ANG 154th TRS.  1978: Mississippi ANG 153rd TRS, 186th TRG, Key Field, Meridian, MS
					To MASDC Oct 2, 1978 as FF379.  Departed Jul 20, 1984.  To Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, AZ
				056 (20th TRS, 460th TRW) Shot down near Nam Dinh/Hanoi, North Vietnam Aug 12, 1966. Pilot MIA.
				057 (MSN 275) 1964-68: USAF 66th TRW.  1969: USAF 18th TRS (66th TRW).  USAF 363rd TRW.  1975: Arkansas ANG 154th TRS.
					On display within Camp Robinson National Guard Armory near Little Rock, Arkansas Nov 2006
56-058/086		McDonnell RF-101C-65-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com.  Dispositions from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org
				058 1963-66: USAF 38th TRS (66th TRW).  1968: USAF 66th TRW.  1969: USAF 18th TRS (66th TRW).  USAF 19th TRS (363rd TRW).
					Arkansas ANG 154th TRS. Mar 2, 1973: Struck off charge.
				059 1960: USAF 67th TRW.  W/o Feb 23, 1960, where?
				060 (MSN 279) USAF 38th TRS (66th TRW).  1967: USAF 66th TRW.  1970: USAF 31st TRTS (363rd TRW).
					1972: Kentucky ANG 165th TRSm 123rd TRG, Standiford Field, KY.  To MASDC as FF308 Nov 6, 1975.  To McDonnell Douglas, St Louis Jun 3, 1976.  
					Returned to MASDC from Kentucky ANG 165th TRS, 123rd TRG, Standiford Field, KY.  Jun 10, 1976 as FF308.  
					Departed May 9, 1995.  To Holloman AFB, NM.  Salvaged on the Holloman AFB Range, NM.
				061 (MSN 280) USAF 45th TRS (460th TRW).  1979: Mississippi ANG 153rd TRS, 186th TRG, Key Field, Meridian, MS
					To MASDC Jan 11, 1979 as FF388.  Departed Sep 5, 1984.  To Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, AZ
				062 1959: USAF 32nd TRS (66th TRW).   W/o Feb 28, 1959 in crash 14 miles SE of Nouasseur AFB, Morocco
				063 USAF 66th TRW.  USAF 18th TFW.  (20th TRS, 432rd TRW) crashed while landing at Udron AB, Thailand Mar 12, 1967.  Pilot recovered.
				064 1966: USAF 20th TRS (460th TRW).   Aug 7, 1966: Written off after aquaplaning on landing at Tan Son Nhut AB, Vietnam
					 and breaking in two after hitting a drainage ditch at the end of the runway .  Pilot recovered.
				065 1958: USAF 29th TS.  W/o Oct 14, 1958 ditched into sea off Hawaii due to refueling problems
				066 1964: USAF 45th TRS (67th TRW).  1966: USAF 45th TRS (460th TRW).
					(45th TRS, 460th TRW) shot down by gunfire near Hon Nghi/Hon Me Island, North Vietnam Mar 21, 1966, NVN.  Pilot POW.
				067 (45th TRS, 460th TRW) shot down by gunfire near Yen Bai/Hanoi, North Vietnam Jul 29, 1965, NVN.  Pilot KIA.
				068 USAF 363rd TRW.  Was preserved at Offutt AFB, NE.  Now.on display at Keesler AFB Air Park, Mississippi.
				070 (MSN 293) 1959: USAF 66th TRW.  1965: USAF 17th TRS (66th TRW).  1967: USAF 17th TRS (66th TRW).
					Active in 1969 with 18th Tactical Reconnaisance
					Squadron/ 66th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing at RAF Upper Heyford
					USAF 363rd TRW.  Kentucky ANG 165th TRS.  1975-76: Arkansas ANG 154th TRS.
					To MASDC from 165th TRS, 123rd TRG Standiford Field, KY Apr 29, 1976 as FF356.    Departed Jul 20, 1984.
					To Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, AZ
				071 1968: USAF 45th TRS (460th TRW).  Mississippi ANG 153rd TRS.  10/1974: Struck off charge.
				072 1963-66: USAF 38th TRS (66th TRW).  USAF 18th TFW.  W/o Feb 24, 1967, where?
				073 1960: USAF 38th TRS (66th TRW).   Mar 10, 1960: Crashed at Phalsbourg AB, France.
					4/1960: Wreck broken up at Phalsbourg AB, France.
				074 1969: USAF 32nd TRS (66th TRW).  W/o Apr 13, 1959 in takeoff accident at Phalsbourg AB, France
				075 USAF 15th TRS (18th TFW).  1965: USAF 45th TRS (67th TRW).  1965: USAF 45th TRS (39th AD).  1965: USAF 15th TRS (18th TFW).
					(15th TRS) shot down by AAA Apr 3, 1965 near Phu Van/Vinh, North Vietnam.  Pilot POW.
				076 1960: USAF 18th TRS (66th TRW).  W/o May 23, 1960 in midair collision with 56-077 Laon AB, France
				077 1960: USAF 18th TRS (66th TRW).  W/o May 23, 1960 in midair collision with 56-076 Laon AB, France
				078 (MSN 304) 1961-68: USAF 66th TRW.   1972: Kentucky ANG 165th TRS, 123rd TRG, Standiford Field, KY.
					To MASDC Mar 24, 1976
				079 1959: USAF 363rd TRW.  1959: USAF 18th TRS (66th TRW).  W/o Jul 1, 1965 South Vietnam
				080 (MSN 307) 1967: USAF 45th TRS (460th TRW).  Mississippi ANG 153rd TRS, 186th TRG, Key Field, Meridian, MS.
					to MASDC Jan 4, 1979 as FF384.  Departed Sep 5, 1984.  To Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, AZ
				081 (MSN 308) 1962: USAF 45th TRS (67th TRW).  1979: Mississippi ANG 153rd TRS, 186th TRG, Key Field, Meridian, MS.
					To MASDC as FF392 Jan 12, 1979.  Seen at AMARC Jan 1987.  Departed Jul, 8, 1994.  To Peterson AFB, CO
				082 1960: USAF 32nd TRS (66th TRW).   W/o Sep 22, 1960 in crash near Phalsbourg AB, France
				083 (MSN 311) USAF 45th TRW (460th TRW).  Mississippi ANG 153rd TRS, 186th TRG, Key Field, Meridian, MS.
					To MASDC Dec 11, 1978 as FF382.  Departed Sep 5, 1984.  To Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, AZ
				084 1962: USAF 45th TRS (67th TRW).  1966: USAF 20th TRS (460th TRW).
					(20th TRS) shot down Jan 26, 1966 by ground fire near the Xuan Son Army Barracks/Phong Nha, North Vietnam.  Pilot KIA.
				085 (20th TRS, 432rd TRW) shot down by SA-2 Jun 21, 1967 near Yen Bai/Hanoi, North Vietnam.  Pilot recovered.
				086 (20th TRS, 460th TRW) in landing accident at Udorn AB, Thailand Apr 13, 1966.  Pilot OK.
56-087/114		McDonnell RF-101C-70-MC Voodoo
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				087 w/o Aug 7, 1961, where?
				088 w/o Jun 14, 1966, where?
				089 1959-60: 38th TRS.  1969: USAF 18th TRS (66th TRW).  USAF 363rd TRW.  Arkansas ANG 154th TRS.   To MASDC in 1976
				090 1963-66: USAF 38th TRS (66th TRW).  1966: USAF 20th TRS (460th TRW).
					(20th TRS, 460th TRW) shot down by ground fire Apr 22, 1966, near the Cao Nung railroad bridge/Lang Son, North Vietnam.  Pilot POW.
				091 1969: USAF 18th TRS (66th TRW).  USAF 363rd TRW.  Arkansas ANG 154th TRS.  11/1976: Struck off charge.
				092 67th TRW w/o Aug 11, 1959, Woodbridge, UK?
				093 USAF 66th TRW.  USAF 363rd TRW.   USAF 45th TRW (460th TRW).  1966: USAF 20th TRS (432nd TRW).
					(20th TRS, 432rd TRW) shot down by SA-2 near Hoang Xa/Hanoi, North Vietnam Nov 4, 1966.  Pilot KIA.
				094 USAF 39th AD.   W/o Oct 3, 1964, where?
				095 USAF 66th TRW.  USAF 18th TFW.  W/o Apr 17, 1966, where?
				096 1965: USAF 66th TRW.  1967: USAF 45th TRS (460th TRW).
					(45th TRS, 460th TRW) shot down by ground fire after take-off from Tan Son Nhut AB, South Vietnam Jul 7, 1967.  Pilot recovered.
				097 (MSN 331) 1963-65: USAF 38th TRS (66th TRW).  1965: USAF 17th TRS (66th TRW).  1966: USAF 38th TRS (66th TRW).
					1967: USAF 66th TRW.  1967: USAF 18th TRS (363rd TRW).  1979: Mississippi ANG 153rd TRS, 186tj TRG, Key Field, Meridian, MS.
					To MASDC Jan 11, 1979 as FF391.  Departed Sep 6, 1984.  To Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, AZ
				098 with 18th TRS, 432nd TRW crashed into sea near Ocean Station Echo off Bermuda after colliding with 56-108, May 21, 1959
				099 (MSN 333) USAF 66th TRW.  1972: Kentucky ANG 165th TRS.  1975: USAF 363rd TRW.  On display as gate guard at Shaw AFB, South Carolina.
				100 1963: USAF 18th TRS (66th TRW).  Crashed Apr 25, 1963 in mountains nearTreminis, France.  Pilot was killed
				101 (MSN 336) Active in September 1969 with 66th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing at RAF Upper Heyford. 
					USAF 18th TRS (363rd TRW).  1973: Mississippi ANG 153rd TRS.  Kentucky ANG 165th TRS, 123rd TRG, Standiford Field, KY.
					To MASDC Apr 29, 1976 as FF358
				102 (MSN 338) 1965: USAF 17th TRS (66th TRW).  1966: USAF 66th TRW.  1969: USAF 18th TRS (66th TRW).  USAF 363rd TRW.
					1975: Mississippi ANG 153rd TRS.  1976: Kentucky ANG 165th TRS , 123rd TRG, Standiford Field, KY.
					to MASDC Apr 28, 1976 as FF352
				103 1961: USAF 18th TRS (66th TRW).  W/o Apr 29, 196 in midair collision with 56-118 near Reuilly, France
				104 USAF 66th TRW.  USAF 18th TFW.   W/o Sep 30, 1965 over North Vietnam.  Pilot lost
				105 USAF 66th TRW.  1970: USAF 45th TRS (460th TRW).  1977: Mississippi ANG 153rd TRS.  9/1977: Salvaged at Meridian, MS.
				106 1969: USAF 18th TRS (66th TRW).  USAF 363rd TRW.  W/o Mar 3, 1970 South Carolina
				107 1967: USAF 66th TRW.  Crashed Mar 22, 1967 in landing at Bitburg AB, West Germany
				108 with 18th TRS 432nd TRW crashed into sea near Ocean Station Echo off Bermuda after colliding with 56-098, May 21, 1959
				109 1966: USAF 66th TRW.  1968: USAF 66th TRW.  1969: USAF 18th TRS (66th TRW).  USAF 18th TRS (363rd TRW).
					1975: Arkansas ANG 154th TRS.
				110 (MSN 349) 1962-63: USAF 66th TRW.  USAF 31st TRTS (363rd TRW).
					1972: Kentucky ANG 165th TRS, 123rd TRG, Standiford Field, KY .  To MASDC as FF309 Dec 12, 1975
				111 1961: USAF 18th TRS (66th TRW).  Crashed Dec 1, 1961 near Landouzy La Cour, France
				112 (MSN 352) 1965: USAF 66th TRW.  1968: USAF 17th TRS (66th TRW). 1969: USAF 18th TRS (66th TRW).
					USAF 363rd TRW.  Arkansas ANG 154th TRS, 189th TRG, Little Rock AFB, AR.
					To MASDC Jan 8, 1976 as FF319. Departed Jun 13, 1976 to McDonnell Douglas, Lambert/ St Louis.
					Noted Mar 1993 as gate guard at Gila Bend MAP, Arizona
				113 1964: USAF 17th TRS (66th TRW).  Crashed Apr 17, 1964 near Toul AB, France after cockpit fire.
`				114 (18th TRS, 66th TRW) crashed 18 nm west of RAF Upper Heyford, UK Mar 25, 1969
					when landing gear malfunction precluded safe landing.  Pilot ejected safely.
56-115/135		McDonnell RF-101C-75-MC Voodoo
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				115 (MSN 357) USAF 66th TRW.   Mississippi ANG 153rd TRS, 186th TRG, Key Field, Meridian, MS
					To MASDC as FF390 Jan 12, 1979.  To Fritz Enterprises, Taylor, MI
					Aug 12, 1999.
				116 1964: USAF 66th TRW.  W/o Aug 19, 1964 Laon AB, France
				117 (MSN 360) 1963-66: USAF 38th TRS (66th TRW).  1967: USAF 66th TRW.  1967: USAF 18th TRS (363rd TRW).
					1969: USAF 18th TRS (66th TRW).  Kentucky ANG 165th TRS, 123rd TRG, Standiford Field, KY
					To MASDC as FF343 Mar 31, 1976
				118 1961: USAF 18th TRS (66th TRW).  Crashed Apr 29, 1961 after midair collision with 56-103 near Reuilly, France
				119 (MSN 364) USAF 66th TRW.  USAF 4411th CCTW.  Mississippi ANG 153rd TRS, 186th TRG, Key Field, Meridian, MS
					To MASDC as FF339 Mar 22, 1976.  Forward fuselage on display at Udvar-Hazy facility of NASM, 
					Chantilly, Virginia
				120 (MSN 366) USAF 66th TRW.  20th TRS, 432rd TRW shot down by AAA fire near Tien Yen, North Vietnam May 20, 1967.  Pilot MIA.
				121 1965: USAF 66th TRW.  W/o Apr 20, 1965 in crash off Harwich, UK. Ditched into the Thames River near the “Radio London” radio station, England.
				122 USAF 66th TRW.  4/4/1963: Struck off charge.
				123 USAF 66th TRW.  USAF 363rd TRW.  Arkansas ANG 154th TRS.
					To MASDC from 165th TRS, 123rd TRG, Standiford Field, KY Mar 24, 1976.  11/1984: Scrapped
				124 1968: USAF 66th TRW.  4/15/1968: Struck off charge at Lake Charles AFB, LA.
				125 1967: USAF 66th TRW.  USAF 363rd TRW.  Was preserved at Louisville, KY.  Was preserved at Capitol City, KY.
					Was preserved at Kentucky ANG, Frankfort, KY.  Transferred to Aviation Museum of Kentucky, Blue Grass Airport, 
					Lexington, Kentucky in 2008 and put on display outside.
				126 (MSN 377) 1965: USAF 17th TRS (66th TRW).  1969: USAF 18th TRS (66th TRW). USAF 363rd TRW.
					1975-76: Arkansas ANG 154th TRS, 189th TRG, Little Rock AFB, AR.
					To MASDC as FF318 Jan 8, 1976.  To McDonnell Douglas Jun 3, 1976.   Returned to MASDC Jun 10, 1976.
				127 1963-66: USAF 38th TRS (66th TRW).  1969: USAF 18th TRS (66th TRW).  USAF 363rd TRW.  1974: Arkansas ANG 154th TRS.
					Crashed May 17, 1974 on approach to Little Rock AFB, Arkansas
				128 (MSN 381) USAF 66th TRW.  USAF 363rd TRW.  1972: Mississippi ANG 153rd TRS.
					1972: Kentucky ANG 165th TRS, 123rd TRG, Standiford Field, KY.  To MASDC as FF336 Mar 18, 1976
				129 (MSN 383) USAF 66th TRW.  1965: USAF 45th TRS.  USAF 18th TFW.
					Mississippi ANG 153rd TRS, 186th TRG, Key Field, Meridian, MS.  To MASDC Feb 1976 as FF333.  Departed Jun 3, 1976.
					To McDonnell Douglas, St Louis.  Back to MASDC Jun 10, 1976
				130 (MSN 385)1965: USAF 66th TRW.  1969: USAF 18th TRS (66th TRW).  USAF 363rd TRW.
					Arkansas ANG 154th TRS, 189th TRG, Little Rock AFB, AR.  To MASDC Jun 10, 1976 as FF317.  Noted at Gila Bend MAP, Arizona in 2008.
				131 1964: USAF 66th TRW.  W/o Jun 10, 1964 Chateauroux AB, France
				132 1963-66: USAF 38th TRS (66th TRW).  1967-68: USAF 66th TRW.  1969: USAF 18th TRS (66th TRW).
					(18th TRS, 66th TRW) crashed 3.7 nm NW of RAF Upper Heyford, UK Jun 18, 1969
					due to explosion in left engine while departing for cross-country
					mission.  Pilot ejected safely.  A plane marked as 56-0132 was reported
					Mar 1993 as being a gate guard at Gila Bend MAP, AZ.  
				133 (MSN 391) USAF 66th TRW.  Mississippi ANG 153rd TRS, 186th TRG, Key Field, Meridian, MS.
					To MASDC as FF334 Jun 10, 1976
				134 1965: USAF 66th TRW.   Q/o Jul 28, 1965 Laon AB, France
				135 (MSN 395) 4/27/59: TOS USAF.
					1965:  66th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing, Laon-Couvron Air Base, France.
					Sep 1, 1966: Base of operations changed to RAF Upper Heyford, England.
					1970: 29th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 363rd TRW, Shaw AFB, SC.
					1976: 165th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron (ANG), 123rd TRW, Louisville, KY.
					By 4/83: NMUSAF Loan Program.
					By 4/83: Loaned to Bergstrom AFB, TX. Displayed at Base Entrance, all metal finish and marked as 56-0119.
					By 1989: Painted in Vietnam War era camouflage, still marked as 56-0119.
					By 5/95: Loaned to Maxwell AFB, AL and displayed in air park. Marked as 56-0135.
56-136/154		Cancelled contract for RF-101C
56-155/161		McDonnell RF-101A-35-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com.  Dispositions from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org
				155 (MSN 96) USAF 363rd TRW.  Michigan ANG 107th TRS (127th TRW,  To MASDC from 171st TRS, 191th TRG, Selfridge AFH, MI 
					as FF228 May 6, 1972.  Declared excess Mar 30, 1973.
					Departed Nov 30, 1977.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ
				156 (MSN 98) Michigan ANG 107th TRS (127th TRW).
					To MASDC as FF229 from 171st TRS, 191th TRG, Selfridge AFB, MI May 6, 1972.  Declared excess Mar 30, 1973.
					Departed Nov 30, 1977.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ
				157 w/o Jul 18, 1957, where?
				158 (MSN 103) 1966: USAF 20th TFS (460th TRW).  USAF 363rd TRW.   Michigan ANG 107th TRS (127th TRW
					To MASDC from 171st TRS, 191th TRG, Selfridge AFB, MI as FF231 May 13, 1972.  Declared excess Mar 30. 1973.
					Departed Nov 30, 1977.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ
				159 1964: USAF 4411th CCTW.  W/o Jul 27, 1964, South Carolina
				160 (MSN 111) 1968: USAF 4414th CCTS (363rd TRW).  Michigan ANG 107th TRS (127th TRW)  
					To MASDC from 171st TRS, 191th TRG, Selfridge AFB, MI as FF232 May 13, 1972.  Declared excess Mar 30, 1973.
					Departed Apr 15, 1975.  To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ
				161 (MSN 115) USAF 31st TRTS (363rd TRW).  Michigan ANG 107th TRS.  1967: Alabama ANG 106th TRS  
					To MASDC from 171st TRS, 191th TRG, Selfridge AFB, MI  as FF230 May 7, 1972. Declared excess Mar 30, 1973.
					Departed Apr 17, 1975.  To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ
56-162/173		McDonnell RF-101C-40-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com. Dispositions from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org 
				162 USAF 432nd TRW.  W/o Nov 25, 1958 South Carolina
				163 USAF 363rd TRW.  with 363rd TRW at Shaw AFB, South Carolina.  SOC at Donaldson Center, SC
				164 USAF 363rd TRW.  W/o Oct 10, 1960, South Carolin
				165 USAF 363rd TRW.  USAF 20th TRS (460th TRW).  1966: USAF 20th TRS (432nd TRW).
					(10th TRS, 432rd TRW) shot down by ground fire near Yen Bai AB, North Vietnam Dec 5, 1966.  Pilot MIA
				166 (MSN 127) 10/29/57: TOS USAF. Assigned to 186th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 
					363rd Tactical Reconnaissance Wing (Tactical Air Command), Shaw AFB, SC.
					11/27/57: Participated in Operation Sun Run. Four USAF pilots of the 363rd Tactical 
					Reconnaissance Wing successfully completed Operation Sun Run by establishing three new 
					transcontinental speed records in a McDonnell RF-101C aircraft. The record-breaking mission 
						showcased the speed and range of the RF-101C, an improved version of the first 
						supersonic photo reconnaissance aircraft, the RF-101A. (NMUSAF).
					1/58: 432nd TRW (TAC), Shaw AFB, SC.
					4/59: 363rd TRW (TAC), Shaw AFB, SC. Deployments to Langley AFB, VA and Eglin AFB, FL.
					10/62: Flew vital low-altitude reconnaissance during the Cuban Missile Crisis and helped confirm 
						that offensive missile sites in Cuba were being dismantled. (NMUSAF).
					11/65: 39th Air Division HQ (Pacific Air Forces), Misawa AB, Japan.
					3/66: 45th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 460th TRW (PACAF), Tan Son Nhut AB, Vietnam. 
					Deployments to Misawa AB and Kadena AB, Japan; Andersen AB, Guam; Hickam AFB, HI.
					11/70: 153rd TRS, 186th Tactical Reconnaissance Group (ANG), Key Field, Meridian, MS.
					10/27/78: Ferry flight to the National Museum of the United States Air Force, Wright Field, 
						Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
				167 1964: USAF 4510th CCTW.  W/o Jul 24, 1964, where?
				168 1969: USAF 45th TRS (460th TRW).  Mississippi ANG 153rd TRS
				169 USAF 363rd TRW. Fatal crash Jun 9, 1966 7 miles S. of Louisburg, NC
				170 USAF 363rd TRW.  Crashed Mar 15, 1963 near Elmendorf AFB, Alaska.  Wreck seen near Elmendorf AFB, Alaska.
				171 USAF 363rd TRW.  1968: USAF 66th TRW.  1969: USAF 17th TRS (66th TRW).  Michigan ANG 171st TRS.
					SOC Mar 13, 1977
				172 USAF 363rd TRW.  1966: USAF 45th TRS (460th TRW).
					(45th TRS, 460th TRW shot down by ground fire near Xom Duong Quan/Khe Ve, North Vietnam Apr 2, 1966.  Pilot POW. 
				173 (MSN 144) 1969: USAF 29th TRS (363rd TRW).  Kentucky ANG 165th TRS, 123rd TRG, Standiford Field, KY.
					To MASDC as FF306 Oct 7, 1975
56-174/186		McDonnell RF-101C-45-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com.  Dispositions from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org 
				174 (15th TRS, 18th TFW) shot down by gunfire and crashed into Gulf of Tonkin Nov 1, 1965, NVN.  Pilot recovered.
				175 (45th TRS, 460th TRW) shot down by gunfire and ditched into Gulf of Tonkin Nov 3, 1966, SVN.  Pilot recovered.
				176 (MSN 152) 1968-69: USAF 45th TRS (460th TRW).  1977-78: Mississippi ANG 153rd TRS, 186th TRG, Key Field, Meridian, MS.  
					To MASDC as FF383 Dec 13, 1978
				177 1959: USAF 432nd TRW.  Crashed on approach to Pope AFB, NC January 22, 1959.  Pilot ejected safely.
				178 USAF 20th TRS (363rd TRW).  1965: USAF 15th TRS (18th TFW).
					(15th TRS, 18th TFW) crash landed at Da Nang AB, South Vietnam due to battle damage Oct 5, 1965, NVN.  Pilot recovered.
				179 USAF 363rd TRW crash Feb 24, 1967 due to onboard fire, 1 mile E. of Plamico, SC
				180 USAF 66th TRW.  1967: USAF 20th TRS (432nd TRW).
					(20th TRS, 432rd TRW) shot down by MiG-21/Atoll near Son La/Yen Bin, North Vietnam Sept 16, 1967.  Pilot POW.
				181 USAF 363rd TRW.  (20th TRS, 432rd TRW) shot down by AAA Sept 16, 1967 and crashed Near Ban Ban, Laos.  Pilot recovered.
				182 1968: USAF 45th TRS (460th TRW).  destroyed at Tan Son Nhut AB, South Vietnam by VC rocket attack Feb 17, 1968.
				183 USAF 20th TRS (363rd TRW).  USAF 432nd TRW.  W/o Jul 18, 1958 South Carolina
				184 (MSN 170) USAF 66th TRW.  1972: Kentucky ANG 165th TRS.
					1979: Mississippi ANG 153rd TRS, 186th TRG, Key Field, Meridian, MS.   To MASDC as FF389 Jan 11, 1979
				185 1963: USAF 15th TRS.  1969: USAF 29th TRS (363rd TRW).  Mississippi ANG 153rd TRS.
					On display at Niagra Falls ARS, Niagra Falls IAP, New York
				186 (20th TRS, 363rd TRW) shot down by AAA near Van Yen, west of Hanoi, North Vietnam Aug 13, 1965.  Pilot MIA.
56-187/198		McDonnell RF-101C-50-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com. Dispositions from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org  
				187 USAF 17th TRS (66th TRW).  USAF 363rd TRW.  1975: Arkansas ANG 154th TRS.
					1977: Mississippi ANG 153rd TRS.  On display at Cannon AFB, New Mexico, falsely marked as 43436
				188 USAF 363rd TRW.  W/o Aug 17, 1960 South Carolina
				189 USAF 29th TRS (432nd TRW)   USAF 363rd TRW.  Fatal crash Jan 2, 1969 26 miles SE. of Blue Ridge, GA
				190 (15th TRS, 18th TFW) shot down by AAA near Sam Neua/Muang Liat, Laos Apr 19, 1965.  Pilot POW.
				191 USAF 363rd TRW.   W/o Jul 20, 1960 Shaw AFB, South Carolina after collision with 54-1515
				192 1959: USAF 432nd TRW.   W/o Mar 5, 1959, South Carolina
				193 12/1/1960: Struck off charge at Hill AFB, UT
				194 11/24/1969: Struck off charge at Donaldson Center, SC
				195 USAF 432nd TRW.  W/o May 16, 1958 South Carolina
				196 USAF 66th TRW.  1969: USAF 29th TRS (363rd TRW).  1974: Kentucky ANG 165th TRS
					Crashed Nov 5, 1974 off the south end of the west runway of SDF Louisville, KY.  Pilot ejected safely.
				197 USAF 363rd TRW.  W/o Mar 20, 1964 South Carolina
				198 (MSN 203) 1963-66: USAF 38th TRS (66th TRW).  1968: USAF 18th TRS (66th TRW).  USAF 18th TRS (363rd TRW).
					Kentucky ANG 165th TRS, 124rd TRG, Standiford Field, KY.  to MASDC as FF357 Apr 29, 1976
56-199/221		McDonnell RF-101C-55-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com.  Dispositions from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org 
				199 (MSN 206) 1967: USAF 66th TRW.  USAF 363rd TRW.  1976: Kentucky ANG 165th TRS, 123rd TRG, Standiford Field, KY
					To MASDC as FF354 Apr 28, 1976
				200 1964: USAF 38th TRS (66th TRW).  W/o May 4, 1964 Schlabern, West Germany
				201 1963-66: USAF 38th TRS (66th TRW).  1966: USAF 20th TRS (460th TRW).  1966: USAF 15th TRS (18th TFW).  
					W/o after hard landing at Udorn AB, Thailand Jul 26, 1966.  Pilot recovered.
				202 (MSN 212) USAF 66th TRW.  1970: 18th TRS (363rd TRW).  1979: Mississippi ANG 153rd TRS, 186th TRG, Key Field, Meridian, MS.
					To MASDC as FF387 Jan 11, 1979.  Back to AMARC as AAFF0423 Apr 9, 1998.  To Barry Goldwater Range as 
					target Oct 30, 2003
				203 (45th TRS, 460th TRW) ditched into sea off Don Hoi, North Vietnam due to battle damage Feb 2, 1967.  Pilot recovered
				204 (15th TRS, 185h TFW) shot down by ground fire near Ninh Binh Bridge near Nam Binh/Thanh Hoa, 
					North Vietnam Sept 27, 1965.  Pilot POW.
				205 1962: 38th TRS (66th TRW.   Crashed Feb 8, 1962 near Douzillac/Dordogne, France
				206 1959: USAF 32nd TRS (66th TRW).  1961: USAF 66th TRW.  1967: USAF 66th TRW.  1968: USAF 17th TRS (66th TRW).  1969: USAF 66th TRW.
					Suffered double afterburner flameout on takeoff from RAF Upper
					Heyford, UK and crashed in field near end of runway May 12, 
					1969.  Pilot killed.
				207 USAF 45th TRS (67th TRW).  1967: 20th TRS (432nd TRW).
					(20th TRS, 432rd TRW) shot down by SA-2 near Vinh Yen/Viet Tri/Hanoi, North Vietnam. Aug 1, 1967.  Pilot KIA.
				208 1959: USAF 32nd TRS (66th TRW).   Crashed Nov 4, 1959, near Reims, France
				209 1959: USAF 32nd TRS (66th TRW).  Extensively damaged when lost a wheel on landing at Phalsbourg, France Jan 22, 1959.
				210 (MSN 220) 1965-67: USAF 66th TRW.  Kentucky ANG 165th TRS, 123rd TRG, Standiford Field, KY.  to MASDC as FF337 Mar 18, 1976.  
					To Warner Robins AFB Museum, Georgia
				211 (MSN 221) 1960: USAF 32nd TRS (66th TRW).  USAF 363rd TRW.
					1979: Mississippi ANG 153rd TRS 186th TRG, Key Field, Meridian. MS.   To MASDC as FF380 Oct 3, 1978.
				212 USAF 66th TRW.  1967: USAF 20th TRS (432nd TRW).
					(20th TRS, 432rd TRW) shot down by ground fire along Ho Chi Minh Trail, Laos Oct 18, 1967.  Pilot recovered.
				213 1958: USAF 32nd TRS (66th TRW).  W/o Dec 23, 1958 Torrejon AB, Spain
				214 (MSN 224) 1965: USAF 38th TRS (66th TRW).  USAF 363rd TRW.  1975: Arkansas ANG 154th TRS.
					Mississippi ANG 153rd TRS, 186th TRG, Key Field, Meridian, MS.
					To MASDC as FF385 Jan 4, 1979.  Later on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
				215 USAF 66th TRW.  1968: USAF 45th TRS (432nd TRW).
					(45th TRS, 460th TRW) Ditched into the Gulf of Tonkin off Hue, South Vietnam due to battle damage Aug 6, 1967.  Pilot recovered.
				216 (MSN 226) 1963: USAF 17th TRS (66th TRW).   1963-66: USAF 38th TRS (66th TRW).
					Active in October 1968 with 66th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing at RAF Upper Heyford. 
					USAF 363rd TRW.  1972: Kentucky ANG 165th TRS, 123rd TRG, Standiford Field, KY
					To MASDC as FF353 Apr 28, 1976
				217 1963-66: USAF 38th TRS (66th TRW).  Was preserved in Indianapolis, IN.  Was preserved at Key Field, MS.
					Mounted on a pedestal at George Robert Hall Airpark at the Bobby Chain Airport, Hattiesburg, Mississippi
				218 USAF 66th TRW  (20th TRS, 460th TRW) shot down by gunfire near Gia Phu, North Vietnam  Apr 29, 1966.  Pilot POW.
				219 1965: USAF 17th TRS (66th TRW).  W/o Jul 10, 1968, where?
				220 USAF 66th TRW.  1966: USAF 18th TRS (460th TRW).  1966: USAF 45th TRS (460th TRW).
					(18th TRS, 460th TRW) shot down by an SA-2 near Thanh Hoa, North Vietnam Mar 7, 1966.  Pilot KIA.
				221 (MSN 240)1968: USAF 32nd TRS (66th TRW).  USAF 363rd TRW.  Arkansas ANG 154th TRS.
					11/1974: Struck off charge.
56-222/231		McDonnell RF-101C-60-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com. Dispositions from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org  
				222  Assigned to the 18th TFW, Kadena AFB, Okinawa, Japan.  Damaged in crash May 22, 1965
					Transferred to Udorn Royal Thai AFB, Thailand Aug 10, 1965
				223 (MSN 242) USAF 66th TRW.  USAF 10th TRW.  USAF 39th AD.  Kentucky ANG 165th TRS, 123rd TRG, Standiford Field, KY.
					To MASDC as FF326 Feb 3, 1976.  Departed Jun 3, 1976.  To McDonnell Douglas, St Louis
				224 1963: USAF 66th TRW.  1967: USAF 17th TRS (66th TRW).  1969: USAF 18th TRS (66th TRW).  USAF 363rd TRW.
					1974: Arkansas ANG 154th TRS.  SOC Nov 1974.
				225 (45th TRS, 460th TRW) Crashed near Saigon, South Vietman after midair collision with US Army UH-1D 66-1099 Aug 9, 1967.  Pilot recovered.
				226 USAF 66th TRW.
					(20th TRS, 460th TRW) shot down by groundfire near Bac Ninh/Hanoi, North Vietnam. Jul 31, 1966.  Pilot POW.
				227 1962: USAF 18th TFW.  W/o Jan 23, 1962, Okinawa
				228 USAF 15th TRS.  1965: USAF 363rd TRW.  1974: Mississippi ANG 153rd TRS.  10/1974: Struck off charge.
					Currently a hulk in a field at Camp Shelby, MS.
				229 (MSN 249) 1968-69: USAF 18th TRS (66th TRW).  USAF 363rd TRW.  1975: Arkansas ANG 154th TRS.
					Mississippi ANG 153rd TRS, `186th TRG, Key Field, Meridian, MS
					To MASDC as FF381 Oct 6, 1978.  Now on display at Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB, Georgia
				230 (15th TRS, 2nd AD) shot down by ground fire near Ban Semphian/Ban Kouantan, LaosNov 21, 1964.  Pilot recovered.
				231 (MSN 252) 1965: USAF 17th TRS (66th TRW).  1969: USAF 18th TRS (66th TRW).  USAF 363rd TRW.
					1975: Arkansas ANG 154th TRS.  Put on display at Little Rock AFB, Arkansas
56-232			McDonnell F-101B-35-MC Voodoo
				Dispositions from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org  
				3/27/1957: First flight.  Designated NF-101B.  USAF 15th TFW.  4/16/1963: Struck off charge.
56-233/237		McDonnell F-101B-40-MC Voodoo
				Dispositions from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org  
				233 Designated GF-101B.  USAF 3415th MG
				234 Designated GF-101B.  USAF 3750th MG.
				235 converted to JF-101B and then to NF-101B for test of ejection seat.  Was preserved at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
					Was preserved at Willow Run, MI.  Now on static display with Yankee Air Force, Ypsilanti, Michigan
				236 Designated JF-101B.  1960: Relegated to ground trainer.
				237 Designated JF-101B.  Bailed back to McDonnell Corp.
					In accident at Edwards AFB Nov 16, 1959.  Chute designed to help plane get out of a flat spin failed to work
					and the pilot was forced to eject.
56-238/240		McDonnell F-101B-45-MC Voodoo
				Transfer to MASDC and MSN from www.amarcexperience.com.  Dispositions from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org  
				238 (MSN 148) converted to TF-101B.  To MASDC from Proving Ground Command Center, Eglin AFB, FL as FF068 Jun 20, 1968.
					Declared excess Jun 9, 1969.  
				239 Designated GF-101B.  USAF 3320th MG.
				240 converted to TF-101B. Kentucky ANG 165th TRS.  6/20/1969: Struck off charge at Buckley AFB, CO
56-241/243		McDonnell F-101B-50-MC Voodoo
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				241 (MSN 176) converted to TF-101B. Designated TF-101F.   1968-69: Nevada ANG 192nd TRS.
 					On display at USAF History and Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB, TX.
				242 (MSN 182) converted to NF-101B.  To MASDC from Wright Aeronautical development Division, Wright-Patterson
					AFB, OH Sep 21, 1967.  Declared excess Jul 9, 1969.
				243 converted to F-101F.  Was at Florence Air and Space Museum.  This museum is now closed.  Plane 
					transferred to Carolina Aviation Museum, Charlotte, North Carolina.
56-244/245		McDonnell F-101F-51-MC Voodoo
				244 Designated TF-101F.  USAF 363rd TRW.  Fatal crash Mar 10, 1967 at Turtle Island, SC
				245 Designated TF-101F.  To MASDC Sep 1972
56-246/247		McDonnell F-101F-56-MC Voodoo
				Dispositions from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org  
				246 was on display at Hampton Roads Air Park, Virginia.  Currently preserved at Virginia Air Power Park, VA
				247 assigned to AFFTC at Edwards AFB, California.  Went to 4414th CCTS/363rd TRW at Shaw AFB, South
					Carolina Jun 12, 1968.  2/5/1970: Struck off charge.
					Assigned as a ground trainer with Transferred to the 136th FIS/New York ANG
56-248/250		McDonnell F-101B-55-MC Voodoo
				248 to MASDC Jan 1961
				249 to MASDC Apr 1961
				250 (MSN 238) on display at USAF Armament Museum, Eglin AFB, Florida
56-251/252		McDonnell F-101B-60-MC Voodoo
				Transfer to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com.  Dispositions from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org  
				251 to MASDC May 1961
				252 (MSN 236) to MASDC from Headquarters, Air Force Logistics Command, Wright-Patterson AFH, OH Jul 31, 1968.  
					Declared excess Jun 9, 1970.
56-253			McDonnell F-101F-61-MC Voodoo
				Dispositions from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org  
				(MSN 256) To MASDC from Air Defense Weapons Center, Tyndall AFH, FL Aug 1, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 
					101001 in 1970/71. 410 Squadron.  425 Squadron.
					9/1987: Designated instructional airframe 879B.   Dec 1, 1993 Struck off charge.   Currently preserved in Winnepeg, Manitoba?
56-254/257		McDonnell F-101B-60-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com.  Dispositions from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org  
				254 (MSN 261) 1968: USAF 60th FIS, 35th Air Division, Otis AFH, MA..  To MASDC as FF085 Jul 11, 1968.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Apr 26, 1977
				255 Designated JF-101B.  1963: USAF 437th FIS.  W/o Dec 17, 1963
				256 (MSN 269) USAF 87th FIS, 34th Air Division, Lockbourne AFB, OH.
					To MASDC as FF069 Jul 1, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  To Kolar, Inc, Tucson, AZ Nov 30, 1977.
				257 (MSN 273) USAF 87th FIS, 34th Air Division, Lockbourne AFB, OH.   to MASDC as FF174 Aug 2, 1968.  Departed Apr 1, 1975.			
					To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ
56-258/259		McDonnell F-101B-65-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com.  Dispositions from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org  
				258 (MSN 277) to MASDC from 52nd FG, Suffolk County AFB, NY as FF080 Jul 10, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  
					Departed Oc5 20, 1977.  To Kolar, Inc, Tucson, AZ Oct 20, 1977
				259 (MSN 281) USAF 78th FW, Hamilton AFB, CA.  To MASDC as FF095 Jul 12, 1968.  To Kolar, Inc, Tucson, AZ Nov 30, 1977
56-260			McDonnell F-101F-66-MC Voodoo
				Transfer to MASDC and MSN from www.amarcexperience.com. Dispositions from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org   
				260 (MSN 285) 78th AF, Hamilton AFB, CA  To MASDC Jul 12, 1968.  Departed Aug 5, 1970.
					To Canadian Armed Forces as 101002 in 1970/71.  410 Squadron.   425 Squadron.
					972: Flew with the Alouette Reds acrobatic team.   5/20/1987: Designated instructional airframe 874B.
					Used for battle damage repair training at CFB North Bay.  8/5/1992: Struck off charge.
					Was on display at Lindsay Air Park, Ontario, Canada as 101002.
					Currently preserved at Ottawa War Museum, Ontario.
56-261			McDonnell F-101B-65-MC Voodoo
				261 (MSN 288) USAF 4953rd CCTW., Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ.  To MASDC as FF281 Nov 1, 1972.  From www.amarcexperience.com
56-262			McDonnell F-101F-66-MC Voodoo
				Dispositions from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org  
				(MSN 292) Delivered to the U.S. Air Force.  Assigned to the 87th FIS, 34th Air Division, Lockbourne AFH, OH.
					To MASDC Aug 6, 1968. Transferred to the Canadian AF as 101003, January 27, 1970 Assigned to 410 Squadron.
					Transferred to 416 Squadron.  Transferred to 425 Squadron, 1982.  Struck off charge, January 7, 1985.
					Currently preserved at CFB Goose Bay, Labrador. as 101003
56-263/268		McDonnell F-101B-65-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com. Dispositions from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org   
				263 (MSN 295) to MASDC from Air Defense Weapons Center, Tyndall AFH, FL as FF063 Jun 3, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  
					To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Sep 19, 1977.
				264 (MSN 299) USAF 87th FIS. 34th Air Division, Lockbourne AFB, OH.  To MASDC as FF011 Mar 5, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  
					To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Sep 19, 1977.
				265 (MSN 302) to MASDC from Air Defense Weapons Center, Tyndall AFB, FL as FF064 Jun 3, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  
					To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Oct 12, 1977.
				266 (MSN 306) to MASDC from Headquarters, Air Force Logistics Command, Wright Patterson AFB, OH Aug 5, 1968.  
					Declared excess Jun 9, 1970.
				267 (MSN 309) USAF 78th FW, Hamilton AFB, CA,  To MASDC as FF105 Jul 16, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  
					To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Oct 13, 1977
				268 (MSN 313) to MASDC from Air Defense Weapons Center, Tyndall AFH, FL as FF065 Jun 3, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  
					To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Oct 12, 1977
56-269/273		McDonnell F-101B-70-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				269 (MSN 316) to MASDC from 445th FIS Wurtsmith AFB, MI as FF181 Aug 2, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  
					To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Sep 19, 1977.
				270 (MSN 320) USAF 445th FIS, Wurtsmith AFB, MI.  To MASDC as FF056 May 27, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  
					To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ May 13, 1975.
				271 (MSN 323) to MASDC as FF013 Mar 6, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Apr 26, 1977.
				272 w/o Jun 1, 1967 Kadena AB, Okinawa.
				273 (MSN 330) 12/58: TOS USAF. Assigned to 4756th Air Defense Wing, Tyndall AFB, FL.
					Unknown date: Redesignated NF-101B.
					1968: 3345th Maintenance and Support Group, Chanute AFB, IL.
					Ca.1969: 119th Fighter Interceptor Group (ANG), Fargo ANGB, ND.
					10/75: Chanute Technical Training Center (Air Training Command), Chanute AFB, IL. Redesignated as 
						GF-101B and used as a trainer in the Fuel Specialist Course.
					12/84: SOC.
  					To Octave Chaunute Aerospace Museum, Rantoul, Illinois in 1993.  When
					this museum closed, plane was moved in 2016 to Southern Museum of Flight, Birmingham, AL
56-274/277		McDonnell F-101F-71-MC Voodoo
				Dispositions from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org   
				274 1961: USAF 4756th ADW.  w/o Jul 14, 1961 Carabella, Florida
				275 1959: USAF 4756th ADW.  Crashed Oct 29, 1959 south of Chipley, Florida.  Both crew killed.  Cause undetermined.
					The pilot was communicating well with Tyndall ground until takeoff and then no further 
					transmissions were received from the plane. They made numerous attempts to contact the 
					aircraft in several different manners shortly after takeoff with no response.
				276 1959: USAF 4756th ADW.  Ditched May 11, 1959 into Gulf of Mexico
				277 (MSN 344) to MASDC from Air Defense Weapons Center, Tyndall AFB, FL Jul 19, 1968.   To Canadian Armed Forces as 101004 in 1970/71.
					425 Squadron.  1972: Flew with the Alouette Reds acrobatic team.  1983: 416 Squadron.  410 Squadron.
					1/7/1985: Designated instructional airframe 835B.   10/18/1990: Struck off charge.
					Transfer to MASDC and MSN from www.amarcexperience.com
56-278/280		McDonnell F-101B-70-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com.  Dispositions from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org
				278 (MSN 347) Designated TF-101B.  1968: USAF 2nd FIS.  To MASDC from 52nd FG, Suffolk County AFB, NY as FF082 Jul 10, 1968.  
					Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Apr 26, 1977.
				279 (MSN 351) USAF 29th FIS, Malsmstrom AFB, MT.  To MASDC as FF014 Mar 7, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  
					To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ Apr 28, 1975
				280 (MSN 354) USAF 75th FIS Wurtsmith AFB, MI.  To MASDC as FF182 Nov 26, 1968.  Declared esxcess Oct 11, 1972.  
					To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ Apr 18, 1975. 
56-281/288		McDonnell F-101B-75-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com.  Dispositions from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org
				281 (MSN 356) to MASDC from Headquarters, Air Force Logistics Command, Wright Patterson AFB, OH Jul 30, 1968.  
					Declared excess Jun 9, 1970
				282 (MSN 359) USAF 78th FW.to MASDC from Headquarters, Air Force Logistics Command, Wright Patterson AFBSep 16, 1969.  
					Declared excess Jun 9, 1970.
				283 (MSN 361) USAF 78th FW, Hamilton AFB, CA.  o MASDC as FF091 Jul 12, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  
					To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Oct 20, 1977
				284 converted to TF-101B. 1964: Ogden ALC, UT.  W/o Aug 78, 1964 Hill AFB, Utah
				285 1965: USAF 84th FIS.  crashed into San Pablo Bay while on approach to Hamilton AFB, California Feb 2, 1965.  
				286 1959: USAF 60th FIS.  w/o Dec 5, 1959 Otis AFB, Massachusetts
				287 (MSN 369) 1964: USAF 87th FIS, 34th Air Division, Lockbourne AFB, OH.  To MASDC as FF101 Jul 15, 1968.  
					Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Nov 30, 1977
				288 converted to TF-101B.  USAF 4756th ADW.  Crashed Jul 13, 1962 near Tyndall AFB, Florida
56-289			McDonnell F-101F-76-MC Voodoo
				1964: USAF 84th FIS.  W/o Jul 24, 1964 Kingsley Field, Oregon
56-290/293		McDonnell F-101B-75-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com.  Dispositions from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org
				290 (MSN 376) USAF 78th FW, Hamilton AFB, CA.  To MASDC Jul 12, 1968.  Declared excess Jun 9, 1970
				291 (MSN 378) USAF 84th FIS.  To MASDC from Headquarters, Air Force Logistics Command, Wright Patterson AFH, OH 
					as FF161 Jul 29, 1968.  Declared excess Jun 9, 1970
				292 1062: USAF 84th FIS.  W/o Jul 12, 1962 Ogden, Utah
				293 (MSN 382) 1968: USAF 2nd FIS.  To MASDC from 52nd FG, Suffolk Couty AFG NY as FF083 Jul 10, 1968.  
					To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ May 11, 1977
56-294			McDonnell F-101F-76-MC Voodoo
				294 (MSN 384) to MASDC from Air Defense Weapons Center, Tyndall AFH, FLAug 1, 1968.  Departed Aut 27, 1969.
					Returned to service with 152nd TRG, Reno, NV.  Back to MASDC from 165th TRS/123rd TRG, Standiford Field KY
					as FF283 Feb 10, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft
					Jan 18, 1980.  Transfer to MASDC and MSN from www.amarcexperience.com
56-295/298		McDonnell F-101B-75-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com.  Dispositions from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org
				295 (MSN 386) USAF 87th FIS, 34th Air Division, Lockbourne AFB, OH.  To MASDC as FF102 Jul 15, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  
					To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Oct 12, 1977
				296 (MSN 388) USAF 87th FIS, 34th Air Division, Lockbourne AFB, OH.  To MASDC  as FF159 Jul 27, 1968.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Oct 13, 1977.
				297 1962: USAF 87th FIS.  Crashed Sep 8, 1962 near Washington Courthouse, Ohio.
				298 (MSN 392) USAF 87th FIS, 34th Air Division, Lockbourne AFB, OH.  To MASDC as FF012 Mar 6, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  
					To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ Apr 14, 1975
56-299			McDonnell F-101F-76-MC Voodoo
				1963: USAF 4756th CCTS (4756th CCTW).  W/o Nov 18, 1963 Tyndall AFB, Florida
56-300/303		McDonnell F-101B-80-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com.  Dispositions from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org
				300 (MSN 396) USAF 437th FIS.  USAF 87th FIS, 34th Air Division, Lockbourne AFB, OH.
					To MASDC as FF114 Jul 17, 1968.  Declared excess Feb 4, 1974.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ May 12, 1977.
				301 1960: USAF 98th FIS.  Crashed Oct 3, 1960 near Elizabeth City, North Carolina
				302 (MSN 398) USAF 87th FIS, 34th Air Divsion, Lockbourne AFB, OH.  To MASDC as FF073 Jul 5, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  
					To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ Apr 14, 1975
				303 (MSN 399) USAF 84th FIS.  To MASDC from Headquarters, Air Force Logistics Command, Wright Patterson AFB, OH as FF029 May 7, 1968.  
					Declared excess Jun 9, 1970.
56-304			McDonnell F-101F-81-MC Voodoo
				(MSN 400) To MASDC from 52nd FG, Suffolk County AFB, NY Aug 1, 1968.  4/1971: Transferred to the Canadian AF as “101005”.
					1975: 410 Squadron.  425 Squadron.  409 Squadron.  9/1987: Designated instructional airframe 880B.
					12/1/1993: Struck off charge.
					Transfer to MASDC and MSN from www.amarcexperience.com.  Disposition from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org
56-305/307		McDonnell F-101B-80-MC Voodoo
				Transfer to MASDC and MSN from www.amarcexperience.com.  Dispositions from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org
				305 USAF 60th FIS.  1963: USAF 98th FIS.  W/o May 9, 1963 Dover AFB, Delaware
				306 1960: USAF 98th FIS.  1962: USAF 445th FIS.  (445th FIS) w/o at Wurtsmith AFB, MI Nov 8, 1962.
				307 (MSN 403) USAF 2nd FIS.  1964: USAF 98th FIS.  To MASDC from 52nd FG, Suffolk County AFB, NY as FF126 Jul 18, 1968.  
					To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ Jan 18, 1980.
56-308			McDonnell F-101F-81-MC Voodoo
				1966: USAF 98th FIS.  Crashed Dec 13, 1966 near Suffolk County Airport, New York after a collision with another aircraft.
					Disposition from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org
56-309/311		McDonnell F-101B-80-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com.Dispositions from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org  
				309 (MSN 405) 1961-63: USAF 98th FIS.  1963-64: USAF 98th FIS (52nd FG), Suffolk County AFB, NY.  To MASDC as FF078 Jul 10, 1968.  
					Declared excess Feb 4, 1974.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ. Aug 22, 1977.
				310 (MSN 406) USAF 52nd FG, Suffolk County AFB, NY.  To MASDC as FF138 Jul 22, 1968.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ May 11, 1977
				311 (MSN 407) USAF 52nd FG, Suffolk County AFB, NY.  To MASDC as FF079 Jul 10, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  
					To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Sep 19, 1977
56-312			McDonnell F-101F-81-MC Voodoo
				MSN 408.  USAF 98th FIS.  1976: Kentucky ANG 165th TRS, 123rd TRG, Standiford Field, KY.
					To MASDC as FF355 Apr 29, 1976. 5/1985: Assigned as a battle damage trainer to RAF Alconbury, England as "AR" 
					On display at Midlands Air Museum, Coventry, UK.  Transfer to MASDC and MSN 
					from www.amarcexperience.com.  Disposition from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org
56-313/315		McDonnell F-101B-80-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				313 (MSN 409) USAF 98th FIS.  To MASDC from 52nd FG, Suffolk County AFB, NY as FF154 Jul 25, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  
					To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Oct 12, 1977
				314 (MSN 410) USAF 18th FIS Grand Forks AFB, ND.    To MASDC as FF022 Mar 11, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  
					To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ May 20, 1977
				315 (MSN 411) USAF 52nd FG, Suffok County AFB, NY.  To MASDC as FF146 Jul 23, 1968.  
56-316			McDonnell F-101F-81-MC Voodoo
				1961: USAF 98th FIS.   W/o Jan 6, 1962 Rehoboth Beach, Delaware
56-317/319		McDonnell F-101B-80-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				317 (MSN 413) USAF 52nd FG, Suffolk County AFB, NY.  To MASDC as FF136 Jul 22, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  
					To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ Apr 16, 1975
				318 (MSN 414) USAF 52nd FG, Suffolk County AFB, NY.    To MASDC as FF143 Jul 23, 1968.  Declared excess Feg 4, 1974.
					To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Aug 22, 1977.
				319 (MSN 415) USAF 52nd FG. Suffolk County AFB, NY.  .To MASDC as FF148 Jul 23, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  
					To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Apr 22, 1977
56-320			McDonnell F-101F-81-MC Voodoo
				1960: USAF 83rd FIS.  USAF 4756th ADW.  W/o Sep 6, 1967, where?  Disposition from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org
56-321/323		McDonnell F-101B-80-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				321 (MSN 417) USAF 52nd FG. Suffolk County AFB, NY   To MASDC as FF077 Jul 10, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  
					To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ Apr 18, 1975
				322 (MSN 418) USAF 52nd FG. Suffolk County AFB, NY.  To MASDC as FF137 Jul 22, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  
					To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Apr 21, 1977
				323 (MSN 419) USAF 52nd FG. Suffolk County AFB, NY.  To MASDC as FF147 Jul 23, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  
					To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Dec 1, 1977
56-324			McDonnell F-101F-81-MC Voodoo
				MSN 420.  To MASDC from Air Defense Weapons Center, Tyndall AFB, FL  Jul 19, 1968.  Departed Aug 14, 1970.			
					To Canadian Armed Forces as 101006 in 1970/71. 425 Squadron. 416 Squadron.  1982: 410 Squadron. 1983-85: 414 Squadron.
					1987: Delivery flight to CFB Greenwood, Nova Scotia may have been last Voodoo flight in the world. Date?
					3/12/1987: Struck off charge.  Was preserved at CFB Cornwallis, Nova Scotia.
					Currently preserved at the Jet Aircraft Museum in London, Ontario.  Transfer to MASDC and MSN from 
					www.amarcexperience.com. Disposition from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org
56-325/327		McDonnell F-101B-80-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				325 (MSN 421) USAF 75th FIS.  USAF 52nd FG, Suffolk County AFB, NY.
					To MASDC as FF062 Jun 3, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Sep 19, 1977
				326 (MSN 422) USAF 75th FIS.  USAF 52nd FG, Suffolk County AFB, NY.  To MASDC as FF149 Jul 24, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  
					To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Nov 30, 1977
				327 1963: USAF 2nd FIS.  Ditched Dec 3, 1963 into Atlantic Ocean off New York.  Disposition from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org
56-328			McDonnell F-101F-81-MC Voodoo
				MSN 424.  To MASDC from Air Defense Weapons Center, Tyndall AFB, FL  Jul 19, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101007 in 1970/71.  W/o Jun 22, 1984.
					425 Squadron.  409 Squadron.  6/22/1984: Crashed at CFB Comox after engine failure
					Transfer to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com.  Disposition from http://www.forgottenjets.warbirdsresourcegroup.org
56-329/350		Cancelled contract for McDonnell F-101B Voodoo -- intended for Canadian Forces.
56-351/426		de Havilland Canada L-20A Beaver 
				DHC-2 Beaver for US Army.  Redesignated U-6A in 1962.
				351 (MSN 1018/1652) delivered Jan 8, 1957.  To MASDC May 26, 1972 to Apr 1, 1976.  To C-GRAG, N67692
				352 (MSN 1021/1653) delivered Jan 11, 1957.  To MASDC as UD038 Jun 20, 1973.  To N94521, C-GSWN
				353 (MSN 1022/1654) delivered Jan 15, 1957.  To MASDC Jul 30, 1972 to Feb 28, 1977.  To N99128, C-FBDQ, N10RM, N323KT 
				354 (MSN 1025/1655) delivered Jan 24, 1957.  To MASDC as UD028 Sep 20, 1972.  To N64276, XA-RUG, N64276, N57BV
				355 (MSN 1028/1656) delivered Jan 25, 1957.  Last reported with New Jersey NG 
				356 (MSN 1031/1657) delivered Jan 29, 1957.  To N333CD, C-GNFR, N92AK
				357 (MSN 1032/1658) delivered Jan 23, 1957.  To N4739S, C-GAXL.  Crashed Jul 16, 2010
				358 (MSN 1035/1659)
				359 (MSN 1038/1660)
				360 (MSN 1039/1661)
				361 (MSN 1046/1662) delivered Feb 19, 1957.  To MASDC as UD067 Dec 17 1974.  To N67112 registered Sep 1981 to
					Civil Air Patrol.  Current with Alaska Safari.
				362 (MSN 1047/1663)
				363 (MSN 1051/1664) MAP transfer to South Vietnamese AF
				364 (MSN 1054/1665) delivered Feb 25, 1957.  To N74085, ZK-BXJ, VH-IMC, C-FYNT
				365 (MSN 1055/1666) delivered Feb 28, 1957.  To MASDC Jun 28, 1972 to Mar 22, 1976.  To N67087, N4411F, C-GDCJ
				366 (MSN 1059/1667) delivered Feb 28, 19578.  To N62314 registered Dec 5, 1974 to Buffalo Board of Education, NY.
				367 (MSN 1062/1668) delivered Mar 14, 1957.  To N90880 registered to Galveston County Civil Defense.
					Returned to US Army.  Put on display at 45th Infantry Division Museum, Oklahoma City, OK.  Now at US Army Aviation
					Museum at Fort Rucker, Alabama
				368 (MSN 1065/1669) delivered Mar 11, 1957.  To N368NC with Wyoming Natrona County Sheriff, registration cancelled
					Sep 20, 2012
				369 (MSN 1068/1670) delivered Mar 25, 1957.  To N33466, C-GEBL
				370 (MSN 1069/1671)
				371 (MSN 1072/1672) delivered Apr 9, 1957.  To MASDC Feb 21, 1972 to Mar 23, 1976.  To C-GKEN, cancelled
					Oct 23, 2013 on export to Australia.  VH-DHQ registered Mar 14, 2014.
				372 (MSN 1075/1673) delivered Apr 3, 1957.  To N5371G.  Crahed Aug 14, 1991 during takeoff when left wing tip
					struck the water, causing the airplane to cartwheel, nose-over, and sink.
				373 (MSN 1078/1674)
				374 (MSN 1079/1675) delivered Apr 22, 1957.  Assigned to Ohio NG.  To N49771.  Registered Jul 9, 2008 to 
					owner in Canada as C-GZXV.
				375 (MSN 1083/1676) MAP transfer to Republic of China Army Aviation as 8023.
				376 (MSN 1086/1677) delivered May 1, 1957.  To N62LC
				377 (MSN 1087/1678) delivered May 2, 1957.  Converted to RU-6A
				378 (MSN 1088/1679)
				379 (MSN 1090/1680) N57942 registered Oct 4, 19786 to Civil Air Patrol, cancelled Jun 1, 1981 on export to Canada
				380 (MSN 1093/1682) delivered May 13, 1957.  To MASDC as UD048 Jan 5, 1974.  To civil registry as N208GB Jul 20, 1976,
					Registred to Department of Agriculture, Mission, Texas.  To N9028B at the Lake Area Technical Institue, C-GPAM
				381 (MSN 1094/1683) delivered May 16, 1957.  To N93434, C-GWAE
				382 (MSN 1095/1684) delivered May 14, 1957.  To C-GUME, N47SM, N9RW.  N9RW crashed Jun 27, 2019 Kukaklek Lake, Katmai
					National Preserve, Alaska.
				383 (MSN 1098/1686) delivered Jun 7, 1957.  Registered as C-GUIH
					and then to Falkland Islands Government Air Service as VP-FAT
					Nov 1, 1976 and during Falkland Islands War was wrecked by British
					artillery bombardment Jun 11-12, 1982 and remains allegedly
					scrapped.
				384 (MSN 1100/1687) delivered May 31, 1957.  To C-GAEG, N995WA.  N995WA crashed Jul 24, 2007 35 mi NE of
					Ketchikan, Alaska.
				385 (MSN 1103/1689) delivered Jun 7, 1957.  To C-GUOZ, stored.  Registered as N188JG on September 9, 
					2016 to Mach DHC-2 Inc of Coral Gables, Florida 
				386 (MSN 1106) MAP transfer to Philippine AF as 1105.  To Philippine civil registry as RP-54, cancelled by 1989.
				387 (MSN 1108/1693) delivered Jun 22, 1957.  to United Nations as 304 Jul 1960, as 404 in 1961.  Returned to US Army
					as 56-387 Apr 1962.  To C-FJRO Dec 1973.
				388 (MSN 1111/1695) to United Nations as 304 Jul 1960, as 403 in 1961.  Returned to US Army
					as 56-388 Apr 1962.  To N93438, N11GA
				389 (MSN 1112) delivered Jun 1957.  Leased to Air America as L-203 Mar 1, 1972.  Arrived at Bangkok Feb 15, 1962,
					to be operated under the Madriver Contract, based at Vientaine, Laos.  Returned to US Army Apr 21, 1963
				390 (MSN 1116/1699) delivered Jul 11, 1957.  To MASDC as UC059 Sep 16, 1974.  To N47115, N201SD, C-GIKN, N116CX
				391 (MSN 1118/1701)
				392 (MSN 1120/1703)
				393 (MSN 1123/1705) delivered Aug 2, 1957.  C-GRHF registered May 4, 2012, current 
				394 (MSN 1126/1707) delivered Jul 30, 1957.  To MASDC Apr 7, 1972.  To N93433 registered Oct 12, 1973 to
					private owner in West Germany, cancelled Apr 24, 1974 on export to Canada, 56-0394, N31357 registered 
					Mar 30, 1994, current
				395 (MSN 1128/1709)
				396 (MSN 1131/1711) delivered Aug 2, 1957.  to N93440, LN-KCQ registered May 22, 1974, cancelled
					Mar 19, 1984, SE-INX registered May 3, 1984, cancelled Aug 8, 1989, N2106K, current
					Registration N2106K with Brooks Seaplane Service, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho crashed on July 5, 2020 following mid-air collision.
				397 (MSN 1133/1713) delivered Sep 4, 1957.  To N1018P registered Mar 1979, current
				398 (MSN 1135/1715) delivered Sep 9, 1957.  To N5878, N88788, N9878R
				399 (MSN 1137/1717) delivered Sep 11, 1957.  MAP transfere to Republic of China Army Aviation as 8017.
					 Defected to China.
				400 (MSN 1139/1719)
				401 (MSN 1141/1721) delivered Sep 12, 1957.  To N68013, N9812F, C-GUJI
				402 (MSN 1143/1723) delivered Sep 11, 1957.  To MASDC Apr 7, 1972 to Apr 10, 1975.   Became N67146, then N555EF 
					and then N755JM; currently airworthy and based at Lelystad, Holland
				403 (MSN 1145/1725) delivered Sep 16, 1957.  To N64391, N62357
				404 (MSN 1147/1727) delivered Sep 27, 1957.  To N90793, N4040W
				405 (MSN 1149/1729) delivered Sep 27, 1957.  To N6475, N354, N93E
				406 (MSN 1151/1731) delivered Sep 27, 1957.  To C-GHCS, N67680, N9558Q, N115CX, current
				407 (MSN 1153/1733) delivered Oct 8, 1957.  To C-GADD
				408 (MSN 1155/1735) delivered Oct 30, 1957.  To MASDC May 10, 1972 to Feb 18, 1975.  To N87808
				409 (MSN 1157) delivered Nov 1957.  Leased to Air America as L-204 Mar 1, 1962.  Arrived at Bangkok Feb 15, 1962
					to be operated under the Madriver Contract, based at Vientaine, Laos.  Returned to US Army Jan 26, 1963.
					By 1998 was N81487 with Kenmore Air
				410 (MSN 1159/1739) delivered Nov 12, 1957.  To MASDC Feb 9, 1972 to Feb 3, 1976.  To C-GDXY
				411 (MSN 1161/1741) delivered Nov 8, 1957.  To N201PS (N68072), N600MC.  Registered Jun 22, 2009 to E&L
					Trucking of Grand Cache, AB as C-GYST.  Converted to Viking DHC-2T Turbo Beaver
				412 (MSN 1163/1743) delivered Sep 9, 1957.  To MASDC as UD053 Apr 11, 1974.  To N90717, N80157, N682AF 
					wearing USAF 0-16555
				413 (MSN 1165/1745) delivered Nov 15, 1957.  Crashed in Liberia Feb 1965
				414 (MSN 1167/1747) delivered Nov 12, 1957.  Leased to Air America as L-205 Mar 1, 1962.  Arrived at Bangkok
					Feb 15, 19672 to be operated under the Madriver Contract, based at Vientaine, Laos.  Returned to US Army 
					Apr 21, 1963.  To MASDC as UD063 Nov 14, 1974. To N48229 registerd Jun 17, 1977, to N123MC reserved Jan 29, 1996,
					expired Nov 29, 10054, to N5CC registered Nov 4, 1986, cancelled Dec 3, 2010 on export to Norway.
					LN-NCC registered Dec 23, 2010.
				415 (MSN 1169/1749) delivered Nov 15, 1957.   To C-GAJU.  Crashed Nov 3, 19789 when engine failed after takeoff
					from McKinstry Lakes, Ontario.  N8YE registered Sep 29, 2011
				416 (MSN 1171/1751) delivered Nov 29, 1957l.  To C-GUJZ, N100HF, C-GTMC.  Crashed Nov 9, 2009 at Lyall Harbour,
					Saturna Island, British Columbia, salvaged
				417 (MSN 1173/1753)
				418 (MSN 1175/1755)
				419 (MSN 1177/1757) delivered Jan 9, 1958.  To civil registry as N62197.  Damaged in crash at 
					Talkeetna, Alaska Jun 13, 2002. Damaged when it encountered rough terrain while taxiing after landing 
					at an off-airport site. The accident site was on the Tokositna Glacier, 30 miles northwest of Talkeetna, Alaska. 
					The airplane's tail-wheel entered a hole in the hard-packed snow, and the left elevator horn dug into the snow. 
					The airplane sustained substantial damage to the left elevator 
				420 (MSN 1179/1759) delivered Jan 27, 1958. To MASDC Aug 28, 1975 as UD073.
				421 (MSN 1181/1761) delivered Jan 8, 1958.  To N3355F, N49GB
				422 (MSN 1183/1763) delivered Jan 7, 1958.  to civil registry as N5326G registered Oct 23, 1975 to
					Civil Air Patrol, cancelled Mar 9, 1982 on export to Canada, then C-GPMP.  Later C-GTLT.
				423 (MSN 1185/1765) delivered Jan 8, 1958.  to N444FD, canceled May 31, 2011 on export to Canada.  To C-FCVS, N299WS.
					C-GNTB registeed Jun 6, 2011.
				424 (MSN 1187/1767) delivered Jan 9, 1958
				425 (MSN 1189/1769)
				426 (MSN 1191/1771)
56-427/450		Cancelled contract for Martin SM-68 Titan missiles
				John Andrade identifies serial numbers 56-427 through 56-450 as a cancelled contract for 24 Martin SM-68 
				Titan missiles, and even though two Martin XB-68 prototypes were ordered, they were given no serial numbers. 
			 	B-68 was later re-used for the Titan missile after the Martin B-68 tactical bomber project 
				was cancelled and no production order was placed for the B-68 tactical bomber before the XB-68 program was cancelled.
56-451/467		Convair F-106A Delta Dart
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				453,454,465 converted to QF-106A.
				451 (MSN 8-24-01) 6/17/56: Ordered as F-102B, but changed to F-106A on this date. First F-106A.
					12/14/56: Transported by ground from Convair San Diego, CA, to Air Force Flight Test Center, Edwards AFB, CA for 
						Phase I testing.
					12/22/56: Began taxi tests.  First flight Dec 26, 1956.  
					5/57: TOS USAF as YF-106A.
					5/57 to 6/57: Phase II testing.
					6/-11/57: Aft CG and low-altitude flutter tests, systems testing, flight performance testing, etc.
					11/20/57: Ferried to San Diego for spin-test modifications, and redesignated NF-106A.
					1/58: Ferried back to Edwards AFB for further modifications.
					2/58: Taxi tests for evaluating modifications.
					3/58: Flight tests resumed.
					3/27/60: Ferried to USAF Museum, Patterson Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. Since it had no navigation equipment 
						installed, it was escorted by two F-106As being delivered to the 27th Fighter Interceptor Squadron 
						at Loring AFB, ME.
					10/70: Towed to Wright Field for eventual display at new Air Force Museum facility.
					Placed on display at USAF Museum, WPAFB, OH Aug 1971. By Sep 1987 marked as 59-0082.
					Apr 7, 1989 to Selfridge Military Air Museum, Michigan marked as 59-0082.
				452 (MSN 8-24-02) Built February 1957; Air Force Flight Test Center [AFFTC], Edwards AFB, CA; Retained by Convair as the power plant 
					and performance evaluator; Delivered to the USAF 30 Sep 58; Air Force Flight Test Center [AFFTC], Edwards AFB, CA 4 Dec 58; 
					Pratt & Whitney, Hartford CT 10 Apr 59; Air Force Flight Test Center [AFFTC] Edwards AFB, CA 27 Jul 59; 
					Designated NF-106A; To GIA 19 Jan 60; 3320th Maintenance and Supply Group, Air Training Command, Amarillo AFB, TX 30 Jun 62; 
					Designated GNF-106A;.  Dropped from inventory as surplus Dec 20, 1965
				453 (MSN 8-24-03) Integrated Instrument Display [IID], conversion # 3, Jan 1961. Designated F-106A; 
					318th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 325th Fighter Wing, McChord AFB, WA 4 Aug 61; 
					48th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Langley AFB, VA 24 Jul 62; 318th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, McChord AFB, WA 10 July 68; 
					48th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Langley AFB, VA 23 Dec 68; Air Defense Weapons Center (ADWC), Tyndall AFB, FL 4 Oct 74; 
					48th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Langley AFB, VA 21 Apr 76; 48th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Langley AFB, VA 10 May 77; 
					49th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Griffiss AFB, Rome, NY 23 Feb 82; 
					To AMARC as FN159 Jul 20, 1987.  To AEL Inc, East Alton IL for drone conversion.
					To QF-106 (AD111).  Crashed at Holloman AFB Jan 27, 1995.
				454 (MSN 8-24-04) Delivered to USAF 11 Jan 58; Air Research & Development Command (ARDC); 
					Bailed to Convair to support engineering & testing; Modified to JF-106A 10 Dec 58; 
					Upgraded with Integrated Instrument Display [IID], conversion # 10, Feb61; 
					4750th Test Squadron, Holloman AFB, NM 31 Mar 61 for weapons testing; San Antonio Air Materiel Area (SAAMA), Kelly AFB, TX 15 Jan 65;
					Convair, San Diego, CA 17 May 66; San Antonio Air Materiel Area (SAAMA), Kelly AFB, TX 15 Dec 66; 
					Sacramento Air Logistics Center (SALC), McClellan AFB, CA 10 Apr 67. 
					Upgraded to F-106A standards 31 May 67; San Antonio Air Materiel Area (SAAMA), Kelly AFB, TX for modifications and testing 7 Aug 67; 
					6511th Test Group, El Centro, CA 23 Sep 68; Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAMA), McClellan AFB, CA 26 Mar 69; 
					Convair, San Diego, CA 15 Sep 69; Sacramento Air Logistics Center (SALC), McClellan AFB, CA 21 Mar 70; 
					94th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Wurtsmith AFB, MI 28 Aug 70; 
					2nd Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Wurtsmith AFB, MI 1 Jul 71; 
					171st Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 191st Fighter Interceptor Group, Selfridge AFB, MI 12 Nov 73; 
					318th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, McChord AFB, WA 7 Jul 78; 87th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, KI Sawyer AFB, MI 29 Sep 83; .
					To AMARC as FN086 Apr 8, 1985.  TRACOR Flight Systems, Mojave, CA for YF-106A drone proofing 3 Sep 86; 
					To QF-106 (AD102) Sep 2, 1989.  Inactive status Jun 4, 1991.  Scavenged for spare parts at
					Holloman AFB, New Mexico June 1996.  Now on display there. 
				455 (MSN 8-24-05) Built November 1957; Retained by Convair. Delivered to the USAF 21 Jan 58; Edwards AFB, CA 30 Nov 58. 
					Designated NF-106A 30 Jul 59; Convair, San Diego, CA 15 Apr 60; 
					Edwards AFB, CA 1 Jul 60; 4750th Test Squadron, Holloman AFB, NM for weapons testing 16 Jan 61; 
					Aeronautical Systems Center, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH 30 Sep 63.   
					Crashed May 16, 1967 AFSC just north of Frankfort, Ohio.  Pilot killed
				456 (MSN 8-24-06) Built October 1957; Air Force Flight Test Center [AFFTC], Edwards AFB, CA. 
					Upgraded with Integrated Instrument Display [IID], conversion # 4, Jan 1961; 
					319th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Bunker Hill AFB, IN 15 Mar 61; 
					11th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 343rd Fighter Group, Duluth MAP, MN 6 Feb 63; 
					498th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 325th Fighter Wing, McChord AFB, WA 24 Apr 65.
					Crashed on takeoff at McChord AFB, Washington Jun 14, 1965.
				457 (MSN 8-24-07) Built April 1958; Hughes Aircraft, Culver City CA for MA-1 system development. 
					Upgraded with Integrated Instrument Display [IID], conversion # 19, Apr 1961; 
					329th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, George AFB, CA 4 May 61; 
					456th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Castle AFB, CA 20 Mar 62; 
					498th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 325th Fighter Wing, McChord AFB, WA 9 May 63; 
					318th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 325th Fighter Wing, McChord AFB, WA 20 May 66; 
					318th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, McChord AFB, WA 1 Jul 68; 
					87th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, KI Sawyer AFB, MI 15 Aug 83; 
					To Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16 Apr 85 for storage, code: FN084; U/s at Tinker AFB, OK on way to DM, finally arrived at DM 20 Sep 85;
					To AEL Inc., East Alton, IL for drone conversion 9 Apr 90 To QF-106 (AD116). Tyndall AFB, FL 9 Feb 91.  Shot down by AIM-7M Nov 13, 1991.
				458 (MSN 8-24-08) Built November 1957; Holloman AFB for MB-1 separation/ballistics testing. 
					Upgraded with Integrated Instrument Display [IID], conversion # 5, Feb 1961; 
					48th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Langley AFB, VA 2 Mar 61; 318th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, McChord AFB, WA 10 Jul 68; 
					48th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Langley AFB, VA 23 Dec 68; Air Defense Weapons Center (ADWC), Tyndall AFB, FL 30 Jan 82
					To MASDC as FN051 Apr 5, 1984.   AEL Inc., East Alton, IL for drone conversion 28 Jan 93.   To QF-106 (AD230).  
					Shot down by AIM-9M Sept 6, 1995
				459 (MSN 8-24-09) Built December 1957; Air Force Flight Test Center [AFFTC], Edwards AFB, CA 2 Jan 58. Bailment to Convair for engineering/test support. 
					There are two primary contenders for the highest speed ever reached by an aircraft carrying a single jet engine.
				 	The first is the American F-106 Delta Dart air defense fighter. In late 1959, the manufacturer Convair joined the US Air Force 
					in taking one F-106 and modifying it to maximize the plane's record-setting potential. The goal of this effort, called Project Firewall, 
					was to break the world absolute speed record of 1491.26 mph (2,399.95 km/h) that had been set by a Soviet Ye-152-1 on 7 October 1959. 
					The Ye-152-1 was a special test version of the MiG-21 fighter that had also been customized to set speed, altitude, and climb records.
					The improved F-106 completed a number of test flights in early December 1959 with Air Force test pilot Major Joseph Rogers 
					at the controls. During two weeks of testing, Rogers pushed the F-106 to its limits to prove out the modified design. 
					Unfortunately, each flight was marred by engine compressor stalls that resulted in violent yaw oscillations. 
					Although engineers and mechanics attempted to adjust the engine and eliminate the undesired behaviour, no successful 
					correction could be found. The test team was forced to remove the modified F-106 from the program and instead use a standard 
					production vehicle for the remainder of the test effort. The back-up plane was serial number 56-467 and made its attempt at the 
					world speed record on 15 December 1959. 
					To Convair, San Diego, CA for modification to JF-106A 4 Mar 60; Convair, San Diego, CA Mar 1961 for Test-To-Tactical upgrade (F-106A); 
					11th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 343rd Fighter Group, Duluth MAP, MN 19 Apr 61; 
					318th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 325th Fighter Wing, McChord AFB, WA 23 Mar 65; 
					318th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, McChord AFB, WA 1 Jul 68; 
					5th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Minot AFB, ND 4 Jan 83; 
					318th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, McChord AFB, WA 12 Feb 83. 
					Final flight at 318th FIS 3 Sep 83. Inactive status, McChord AFB, WA 6 Oct 83. Assigned to USAF Museum Loan Program. 
					On loan to McChord Air Museum for display, McChord AFB, WA 1 Nov 83; 
					25th Air Division for display, McChord AFB, WA 5 July 89. Back to McChord Air Museum for display, McChord 		
				460 (MSN 8-24-10) Built January 1958. Retained by Convair. Upgraded with Integrated Instrument Display [IID], conversion # 16 Mar 1961; 
					11th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 343rd Fighter Group, Duluth MAP, MN 27 Apr 61; 
					Eglin AFB, FL for Climate Testing 23 Nov 64; 
					11th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 343rd Fighter Group, Duluth MAP, MN 11 Jan 65; 
					5th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Minot AFB, ND 21 Mar 65. 
					Deployed to Hahn AB, West Germany to participate in the NATO exercise Autumn Forge/Cold Fire '75, 4 to 27 September 1975
					Damaged at Moose Jaw, Canada May 18, 1983, Airlifted back to Minot, not repaired; GIA 30 Jun 83. 
					Assigned to USAF Museum Loan Program; on loan to Minot AFB, ND for static display. Preserved and on display at Minot AFB, ND
				461 (MSN 8-24-11) Built January 1958; Air Force Flight Test Center [AFFTC], Edwards AFB, CA. 
					Upgraded with Integrated Instrument Display [IID], conversion # 6, Feb 1961; 48th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Langley AFB, VA 15 Mar 61; 
					329th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, George AFB, CA 26 Jan 62;
					319th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Bunker Hill AFB, IN 20 Mar 62; 
					11th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Duluth MAP, MN 6 Feb 63; 
					71st Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Selfridge AFB, MI 25 Mar 65; 
					71st Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Richards-Gebaur AFB, Kansas City, MO 15 Jan 67; 
					71st Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Malmstrom AFB, MT 28 Jun 68; 
					Air Defense Weapons Center (ADWC), Tyndall AFB, FL 15 Dec 68; 
					5th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Minot AFB, ND 11 Apr 69
					To AMARC Apr 2, 1985 (FN074). Left AMARC Mar 17, 2005.  Restored at KI Sawyer Heritage Air
					Museum, MI Sep 2006, painted as 57-0231
				462 (MSN 8-24-12) Built March 1958; Air Force Flight Test Center [AFFTC], Edwards AFB, CA for testing. 
					Upgraded with Integrated Instrument Display [IID], conversion # 1, Jan 1961; 4
					8th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Langley AFB, VA 2 Mar 61; 
					318th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, McChord AFB, WA 30 Aug 68; 
					48th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Langley AFB, VA 23 Dec 68
					Crashed SSE of Tyndall AFB, Florida June 6, 1975
				463 (MSN 8-24-13) Built April 1958; Hughes Aircraft, Culver City CA 1 May 58. Designated JF-106A; 
					Convair, Palmdale CA 10 Oct 60 for upgrade to F-106A. Upgraded with Integrated Instrument Display [IID], conversion # 31, May 1961; 3
					29th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, George AFB, CA 2 Jun 61; 
					11th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 343rd Fighter Group, Duluth Municipal Airport MN 20 Mar 62; 
					71st Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 1st Fighter Wing, Selfridge AFB, MI 26 Mar 65; 
					71st Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 328th Fighter Wing, Richards Gebaur AFB, MO 17 Mar 67; 
					71st Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Malmstrom AFB, MT 28 Jun 68. 
					Deployed to Osan AB, South Korea 12 Nov 68; 
					94th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Osan AB, South Korea 28 Apr 69; 
					94th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 1st Fighter Wing, Selfridge AFB, MI. 20 Nov 69; 
					94th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Wurtsmith AFB, MI 1 Dec 69; 
					2nd Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Wurtsmith AFB, MI 1 Jul 71; 
					171st Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 191st Fighter Interceptor Group, Selfridge AFB, MI 8 Mar 73; 
					119th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 177th Fighter Interceptor Group, Atlantic City NJ (Air National Guard) 14 Jun 78; 
					318th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, McChord AFB, WA 27 Sep 78; 
					87th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, KL Sawyer AFB, MI 4 Aug 83; 
					To MASDC as FN060 Oct 11, 1984. ; AEL Inc., East Alton, IL for drone conversion 1 Mar 93 
					To QF-106 (AD235).  Expended Nov 21, 1995 on 5th NULLO during the ADP 1020 Program (Avionics Development Program) .
				464 (MSN 8-24-14) Built April 1958; Holloman AFB, NM for testing. 
					Upgraded with Integrated Instrument Display [IID], conversion # 13, March 61; 
					27th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Loring AFB, ME 4 Apr 61; 
					318th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 325th Fighter Wing, McChord AFB, WA 4 Aug 61. 
					Crashed near Neah Bay, Washington due to engine flameout Aug 4, 1964 (318th FIS)  Pilot ejected safely
				465 (MSN 8-24-15)  Built May 1958; Eglin AFB, FL for armament evaluation. 
					Upgraded with Integrated Instrument Display [IID], conversion # 20, Apr 1961; 
					329th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, George AFB, CA 8 May 61; 
					318th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 325th Fighter Wing, McChord AFB, WA 2 Jun 67; 
					94th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Osan AB, South Korea 28 Apr 69; 
					94th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 1st Fighter Wing, Selfridge AFB, MI 20 Nov 69; 
					94th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Wurtsmith AFB, MI 1 Dec 69; 
					2nd Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Wurtsmith AFB, MI 1 Jul 71; 
					Air Defense Weapons Center (ADWC), Tyndall AFB, FL 19 Dec 72; 
					171st Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 191st Fighter Interceptor Group, Selfridge AFB, MI (Air National Guard) 2 Mar 73; 
					84th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Castle AFB, CA 4 Apr 78; Air Defense Weapons Center (ADWC), Tyndall AFB, FL 12 Aug 83
					To MASDC as FN045 Apr 3, 1984.  AEL Inc., East Alton, IL 16 May 91 for drone conversion
					To QF-106 (AD149).  Shot down by AIM-120 Nov 9, 1992.
				466 (MSN 8-24-16) Built May 1958. Upgraded with Integrated Instrument Display [IID], conversion # 32, Jun 1961; 
					329th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, George AFB, CA 6 Jun 61; 
					318th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 325th Fighter Wing, McChord AFB, WA 24 May 67; 
					318th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, McChord AFB, WA 1 Jul 68; 
					48th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Osan AB, South Korea 15 Jul 68; 
					318th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, McChord AFB, WA 23 Dec 68; 
					87th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, KI Sawyer AFB, MI 2 Jun 83
					To MASDC as FN091 Jun 10, 1985.  AEL Inc., East Alton, IL 19 May 93 for drone conversion;
					To QF-106 (AD247).  Shot down by AIM-120 Feb 12, 1997.
				467 (MSN 8-24-17) Built April 1958; Air Force Flight Test Center [AFFTC], Edwards AFB, CA
					Set world's air speed record of 1525.96 mph on Dec 15, 1959, flown by Maj. Joseph Rogers.
					There are two primary contenders for the highest speed ever reached by an aircraft carrying a single jet engine. 
					The first is the American F-106 Delta Dart air defense fighter. In late 1959, the manufacturer Convair joined the US Air Force in
				 	taking one F-106, 56-459 and modifying it to maximize the plane's record-setting potential. The goal of this effort, 
					called Project Firewall, was to break the world absolute speed record of 1491.26 mph (2,399.95 km/h) that had been set
				 	by a Soviet Ye-152-1 on 7 October 1959. The Ye-152-1 was a special test version of the MiG-21 fighter that had also 
					been customized to set speed, altitude, and climb records.
					The improved F-106 completed a number of test flights in early December 1959 with Air Force test pilot Major Joseph Rogers at 
					the controls. During two weeks of testing, Rogers pushed the F-106 to its limits to prove out the modified design. Unfortunately, 
					each flight was marred by engine compressor stalls that resulted in violent yaw oscillations. Although engineers and mechanics 
					attempted to adjust the engine and eliminate the undesired behaviour, no successful correction could be found. The test team 
					was forced to remove the modified F-106 from the program and instead use a standard production vehicle for the remainder of the test effort.
					The back-up plane was serial number 56-467 and made its attempt at the world speed record on 15 December 1959. During his very first 
					flight in the new F-106, Major Rogers successfully broke the record previously set by the Ye-152-1 and claimed a new speed 
					of 1,525.95 mph (2455.78 km/h) at an altitude of 40,000 ft (12,190 m). That speed at that altitude equates to about Mach 2.31. 
					The record was set over an officially recognized straight line course 11 miles (18 km) in length, and Rogers reported that his s
					speed might have been even higher since the plane was still accelerating as it left the course. For his exploits, Rogers 
					received the Distinguished Flying Cross, the De la Vaulx Medal, and became the 25th recipient of the Thompson Trophy.
					Upgraded with Integrated Instrument Display [IID], conversion # 27, May 1961; 329th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, George AFB, CA 5 Jun 61
					Crashed while landing at Edwards AFB due to blown tire Aug 14, 1961.
					The right tire blew (all the rubber came off) just as the aircraft broke ground on takeoff. The decision was made to burn down
				 	fuel and go into Edwards because it had a longer runway and much better crash equipment than George. After burning down fuel, 
					the aircraft started its descent into Edwards and, in the process, discovered that it also had speed brake failure. 
					The pilot set up a straight in approach, touched down on the left gear (good tire and wheel) and held the right (the wheel 
					without the tire) off as long as he could and still have enough speed to put it down gently. The pilot pulled the emergency drag 
					chute and it also failed. Fortunately he still had good nose wheel steering and some elevon control, which allowed him to 
					keep it going straight. The foam on the runway was totally ineffective in preventing the wheel break-up and subsequent fire.
					It was however successful in making it very difficult to keep the pointed end of the aircraft headed the right direction. 
					At the moment he gently let the right wheel down, Edwards’s tower started giving the pilot a running account of what was
					going on behind him. In a very calm voice it went something like this: "You have sparks coming from your right wheel". "Your right 
					wheel is breaking up". "Your right wing is on fire". "The whole back of the aircraft is on fire, get out"! Unfortunately he was still 
					doing about 75 knots when he got that last transmission and did not have the 0-0 ejection seat. Raising the canopy at this time was 
					no help in slowing this mobile barbeque pit down. He shut the engine and fuel off hoping it would prevent an explosion. 
					It wasn't until the aircraft had slowed considerably that it slowly drifted off the left side of the runway. It came to a gradual stop in the desert. 
52-468/488		Lockheed C-130A-6-LM Hercules
				MSN 182-3076/3096.
				468 (MSN 182-3076) crashed Sept 9, 1986 on landing at Ft. Campbell, KY.  3 killed.
				469 (MSN 182-3077) converted under Pave Pronto to AC-130A. Named "Grim Reaper" with 711th SOS in Jun 1989.  
					To Sheppard AFB as ground trainer in 1995.  To Hurlburt Field as gun trainer in 1998.
					GAC-130A fuselage preserved at Hurlburt Field
				470 (MSN 182-3078) to AMARC as CF0071 Jul 1, 1987.
				471 (MSN 182-3079) to AMARC as CF0087 Apr 23, 1990.
				472 (MSN 182-3080, 211 TAS) shot down May 27, 1969 during approach to
					Katum special forces camp, Phouc Vinh, SVN.  Scrapped on site.
				473 (MSN 182-3081) 3/57: TOS USAF. Assigned to 774th Troop Carrier Squadron, 463rd Troop Carrier Wing, 
					Ardmore AFB, OK.  Was one of the Four Horsemen Demonstration Team. 
					Ca.1967: 35th Tactical Airlift Squadron, Naha Air Base, Okinawa.  
					Unknown date:  303rd TAS, Richards-Gebaur AFB, MO. 
					By 5/78: 95th TAS, 440th Tactical Airlift Wing, General Mitchell Airport, Milwaukee, WI. 
					By 1986: 64th TAS, 928th Airlift Wing (AFRES), O’Hare Airport, Chicago, IL.
					To TBM Inc Redmond, OR as firebomber N473TM Aug 18, 1989. Operated as Fire Service #63.
					2/10/10: TBM Inc, Visalia, CA. 3/21/12: TBM Inc, Tulare, CA.  
					3/13/15: Castle Air Museum Foundation Inc, Atwater, CA.  
					Registered as N473TM to Castle Air Museum Foundation Jun 18, 2015.  
					Delivered to Castle Air Museum Nov 23, 2015.  Registration N473TM cancelled Jan 21, 2016
				474 (MSN 182-3082) burned at Naha AB, Okinawa during refuelling Aug 27, 1963.
				475 (MSN 182-3083) WFU at Chicago AP. Was in use with Illinois ANG as loadmaster trainer at Chicago
					O'Hare Airport Nov 1992.  Now at Donaldson Center, Greenville, SC
				476 (MSN 182-3084) to Republic of Vietnam AF as 005.  Derelict at Than Son Nhut AB, Vietnam Nov 1998.  On display at the
					Cu Chi tunnel complex in southern part of Vietnam
				477 (MSN 182-3085, 41st TAS) shot down in Laos during Blind Bat flare drop May 22, 1968.
				478 (MSN 182-3086) 1989 Transferred to Rhode Island ANG.1989.  Co firebomber with T&G Aviation as N116TG in 1989.  Bore
					firefighting serial No 30, later No 82.  Crashed into hill
					Sep 6, 2000 near Burzed, France while fighting fire.  2 out of 4 killed.
				479 (MSN 182-3087) to Republic of Vietnam AF.  Returned to USAF.  To Mexican AF as 3609 for presidential flight
				480 (MSN 182-3088, 35th TAS) crash landed at Special Forces Camp Bunard 
					Apr 16, 1968.  Blown up.
				481 (MSN 182-3089) to Republic of Vietnam AF.  Returned to USAF.  To AMARC as CF069 May 13, 1987.  
				482 (MSN 182-3090) to Republic of Vietnam AF.  Derelict at Than Son Nhut AB, Vietnam.
				483 (MSN 182-3091) with Delaware ANG Jul 1971-Nov 1972.  To Republic of Vietnam AF.  Returned to USAF.  
					To Peruvian Air Force as FAP-374?. Scrapped at Lima. Cockpit preserved, on display at Peruvian Air Force 
					Group 8 base, Lima International Airport.
				484 (MSN 182-3092) converted to C-130A-II, back to C-130A by Aug 1972.
					To AMARC as CF063 Jan 1987.  To US Forest Service as
					N137FF June 1988.  Reregistered to Hemet Flying Service
					as N137FF Aug 1988.  Airframe never left AMARC.  To CF079
					May 1989 and parted out.  Seen in scrapyard 8/28/2000.
				485 (MSN 182-3093) to AMARC as CF090 Jul 6, 1990.
				486 (MSN 182-3094) to AMARC as CF075 Aug 18, 1987.  Seen in DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.
				487 (MSN 182-3095) converted to AC-130A, back to C-130A. With Delaware ANG De 1973-May 1986. 
					Stored at Maranza AZ late 1989, then multiple registrations
					9J-AFV, N6585H, N120TG, XA-RYZ, N487UN, 9J-RTM
				488 (MSN 182-3096, 4442nd CCTS) crashed during go-around at Sewart AFB
					Nov 26, 1962 when two engines were lost.
56-489/509		Lockheed C-130A-7-LM Hercules
				MSN 182-3097/3117
				489 (MSN 182-3097) to Republic of Vietnam AF.  W/o Apr 1975.
				490 (MSN 182-3098, *Thor*) converted to JC-130A, then to AC-130A.  Shot down by AAA Dec 21, 1972 40 km NE of 
					Paske, Laos.  2 crew parachuted to safety, 14 KIA when plane crashed.
				491 (MSN 182-3099) converted to DC-130A.  To US Navy as BuNo 158229.  
				492 (MSN 182-3100, 315th Air Division) veered off runway on takeoff at Le Shima, Japan after engine
					failure May 2, 1964.
				493 (MSN 182-3101) to JC-130A, then to RC-130S, back to C-130A.  To AMARC as CF089 May 1990.  On display at Davis-Monthan
					AFB, Arizona.
				494 (MSN 182-3102) with Delaware ANG Aug 1975,Sep 1985.   to AMARC as CF100 Oct 28, 1991.  To battle damage repair
					trainer 1995-1999.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				495 (MSN 182-3103) to South Vietnam AF Nov 1972, back to USAF by July 1973.  With Delaware ANG.
					To AMARC as CF097 Aug 28, 1991.
				496 (MSN 182-3104) used as camera ship in the movie "The Hunters" (1958).
					To Hawkins & Powers as N8053R in May 1989.  Re-registered
					N45R in Jun 1990, N134FF Jun 1993.  Stored as spare
					parts source since Nov 1994.  The fuselage is at Hemet, CA in
					use as ground test facility to make sure that loads will fit into
					a Hercules.
				497 (MSN 182-3105) to JC-130A, then to RC-130S, back to C-130A. With Delaware ANG. 
					To AMARC as CF067 Apr 1987.  To ZF0002 Dec 1988.  To Hunter AAF/Ft. Stewart, GA Feb 1989 as ground trainer.
				498 (MSN 182-3106) as ground trainer at Warner-Robins AFB, GA Mar 1992. Redesignated GC-130A
				499 (MSN 182-3107, 41st TAS) crashed during three-engine takeoff Bu Dop, South Vietnam
					Dec 12/13, 1969.
				500 (MSN 182-3108) Ca.1957: TOS USAF. By 1967: 347th Tactical Airlift Wing, Naha Air Base, Okinawa. 
					Flew Operation Blind Bat missions in Vietnam. To Republic of Vietnam AF Nov 1972, returned 1975 to USAF. 
					Assigned to 35th Tactical Airlift Squadron, Naha Air Base, Okinawa. 
					Unknown date: 105th TAS, 118th TAW, Tennessee ANG, Berry Field ANG Base, Nashville, TN.  To civilian
					market as N223MA June 1987.  Used in 1980s for an Oldsmobile commercial where 6 prototypes were 
					dropped out the back of the aircraft. All of the cars were destroyed in the drops. 
					Later flown to Zaire for the filming of a movie called "Escape from Zaire." To Multitrade
					Aircraft Leasing, Inc of NV as N223MA July 5, 1990.  To Military
					Aircraft Restoration Corporation Oct 1991.  6/92: Leased to United Nations World Food Program, 
					Africa for U.N. relief of Congo and Angola.  In Congo
					and Angola for UN relief.  By 1994 derelict at Luanda, Angola.
				501 (MSN 182-3109, 95th TAS) crashed in sea on approach to Trujillo APT, Honduras
					Jan 22, 1985.  All 21 onboard killed.
				502 (MSN 182-3110, 817th TCS) crash-landed in bad weather, An Khe, SVN,
					Dec 8, 1965.
				503 (MSN 182-3111) to Air America as 503 Jun 14, 1967.  Returned to USAF Apr 19, 1971.  To AMARC as CF101 Dec 9, 1991.
				504 (MSN 182-3112, 105th TAS) crashed near McMinnvile, TN Oct 2, 1980 when part of
					wing leading edge fell off.  All 4 onboard killed. (ASN) 
					Had been used in Laos by Air America with serial 604, but returned 
					to USAF Sep  1972.
				505 (MSN 182-3113) sold to Republic of Vietnam AF Nov 1972.
				506 (MSN 182-3114) w/o at Tuy Hoa, South Vietnam Mar 26, 1966, on landing when reversing the props one 
					ran away causing the aircraft run off the end of the PSP runway.
					The nose gear went into a ditch.  A cable was passed through the port holes to tow the plane away 
					from the runway.  Aircraft destroyed when towed by tank.
				507 (MSN 182-3115) 7/57: TOS USAF and assigned to 314th Troop Carrier Wing, Sewart Air Force Base, TN. 
					1960: 322nd Air Division, Ramstein Air Base, Germany. 
					12/63: 317th Troop Carrier Wing, Pope AFB, NC. 
					1971: 706th Tactical Airlift Squadron, 926th Tactical Airlift Group, New Orleans Air Reserve Station, LA. 
					9/72: 328th TAS, Niagara Falls, NY. 
					3/87: 95th TAS, Pope AFB, NC. 
					To Hawkins and Powers at Greybull, WY as N8055R May 1989. reg. to
					Roy D. Reagan (Aug89); Rereg. N45S (Jun90). Reg. back to Hawkins &
					Powers (Dec90) as N132HP. Stored Greybull, WY. for parts (Aug93). 
					9/05: Pride Capital Group, Deerfield, IL.  Airframe remained at Greybull. 
					10/5/06: Unknown owner in Navarre, FL with c/r N132HP. Airframe remained at Greybull 
					with Museum of Flight and Aerial Firefighting. 
					8/6/13: Sale again reported to unknown owner in Navarre, FL.
				508 (MSN 182-3116)  Active in January 1986 with 63rd  Tactical Airlift Squadron/927th Tactical Airlift Group at 
					Selfridge ANG Base, Michigan.  Sold to Fuerza Aerea Mexicana as 10607.  Derelict at
					Santa Maria AB.
				509 (MSN 182-3117) named the "Ultimate End," was accepted by the Air Force on February 28, 1957/
					Assigned to the 314th Troop Carrier Wing, Smyrna AFB (later Sewart AFB), TN.  Modified
					under Project Pave Pronto to the AC-130A gunship configuration on July 27, 1970. Transferred to 
					16th Special Operations Squadron, 8th Tactical Fighter Wing, Ubon Royal Thai Air Force Base, Thailand.
					The aircraft participated in the 
					Vietnam conflict and in the rescue of the SS Mayaguez. The "Ultimate End" demonstrated the durability of the 
					C-130 after surviving hits in five places by 37mm anti-aircraft artillery on December 12, 1970, extensive 
					left wing leading edge damage on April 12, 1971 and a 57mm round damaging the belly and 
					injuring one crewmember on March 4, 1972. Aircraft spent a few weeks on the ground at Ubon to get temporarily 
					repaired so it could fly back the the states to get permanently repaired at depot. "Ultimate End" was 
					assigned to Duke Field on June 17, 1975, where it continued in service until retired in the fall of 1994 
					and transferred to Hurlburt Field's Air Park. While assigned to the 711th Special Operations Squadron at 
					Duke Field, "Ultimate End" served in Operations JUST CAUSE, DESERT STORM and UPHOLD DEMOCRACY.  "Ultimate End" 
					retired from active service October 1, 1994. It made its last flight from Duke to Hurlburt on October 20, 1994.
					Now on display at Air Commando Park at Hurlburt Field Memorial Air Park, Florida.  All the guns and sensors 
					have been removed from the fuselage port side.
56-510/530		Lockheed C-130A-8-LM Hercules
				MSN 182-3118/3138
				510 (MSN 182-3118) to Air America as 605 Nov 27, 1967.  Crashed on hilltop near
					Long Tieng, Laos Apr 10, 1970.  All six crew killed.
				511 (MSN 182-3119) Active in March 1979 with 142nd Tactical Air Squadron Delaware ANG and in 1987 wth Montana ANG  
					To Hemet Valley Flying Service as N132FF in 1992 for use as
					water bomber/chemical spray aircraft.  To Aero Firefighting Service
					in 1997.  Stored at Memorial Field, Chandler, AZ.  Registration
					N121TG reserved May 11, 2007, Taken up Jun 23, 2007.  With International Air Response, used in 2012 Chevrolet
					Sonic skydiving commercials.
				512 (MSN 182-3120) with Delaware ANG.  To MASDC as CF007 May 20, 1976.  Converted to ground trainer as GC-130.  
					Seen at Paul Garber facility of NASM.
				513 (MSN 182-3121) to MASDC as CF066.  Gone by May 20, 2001.
				514 (MSN 182-3122) converted to DC-130A.  To MASDC as CF027 Jan 11, 1979.  Fuselage seen Oct 2007 at Aviation 
					Warehouse, El Mirage, CA
				515 (MSN 182-3123, 18th TCS) crashed during takeoff from Bitburg, Germany Dec 12, 1965.
				516 (MSN 182-3124, 41th TAS) ditched off Okinawa Apr 10, 1970.
				517 (MSN 182-3125) to ground trainer as GC-130A.  Destroyed on ground by Hurricane 
					Andrew at Homestead AFB Aug 24, 1992.
				518 (MSN 182-3126) To USAF Aug 23, 1957.  Assigned to 314h TCW, Stewart AFB, TN 1964 to 1972
					To South Vietnam AF Nov 2, 1972
					On 29 April 1975, this C-130 was the last out of Vietnam during the fall of Saigon. With over 100 
					aircraft destroyed on the flight line at Tan Son Nhut Air Base, some of them still burning, 
					it was the last flyable C-130 remaining. In a very panicked state, hundreds of people were 
					rushing to get aboard, as the aircraft represented a final ticket to freedom. People hurriedly 
					crowded into the Hercules, packing in tighter and tighter. Eventually, the loadmaster 
					informed the pilot, Major Phuong, a South Vietnamese instructor pilot, that he could not 
					get the rear ramp closed due to the number of people standing on it. In a moment of inspiration, 
					Major Phuong slowly taxied forward, then hit the brakes. The loadmaster called forward again 
					stating he had successfully got the doors closed.
					In all, 452 people were on  board, including a staggering 32 in the cockpit alone. Using a 
					conservative estimate of 100 pounds per person, it translated into an overload of at least 
					10,000 pounds. Consequently, the Hercules used every bit of the runway and overrun before 
					it was able to get airborne.
					Later returned to USAF.  Now on display at Little Rock AFB, Arkansas.
				519 (MSN 182-3127) converted to WC-130A, later back to C-130A.  To South Vietnam AF.
					Seen derelict at Tan Son Nhut in 1999
				520 (MSN 182-3128) at MASDC as CF014 May 26, 1976.  May have been used in CFR training
					as GC-130A at Scott AFB, IL.
				521 (MSN 182-3129) to Republic of Vietnam AF. Destroyed on ground
					at Song Be, Vietnam Dec 18, 1974.
				522 (MSN 182-3130) converted to WC-130A, later back to C-130A.  To Peruvian Air Force. 
					Sold. Fuselage used as ground trainer at Kelly AFB.  Noted Apr 2, 2004 as ground instructional
					airframe with 433rd AW, 68th AS at Lackland AFB, TX.
				523 (MSN 182-3131) to South Vietnam AF.  With Delaware ANG.  To AMARC as CF082 Mar 7, 1990.
				524 (MSN 182-3132) converted to C-130A-II, later converted to GC-130A ground trainer.  
					Now at Goodfellow AFB.   I have a source which has this as going to Republic of Vietnam AF for a time, but
					later returned to USAF.  Another source has the plane being with the Tennessee ANG Sep 1978.
				525 (MSN 182-3133) converted to C-130A-II.  Dropped from inventory Jun 1986.
					Last seen configured as pseudo AC-130U and used as ground trainer at Rome, NY
				526 (MSN 182-3134) crashed Sept 19, 1958 after midair collision with French AF fighter.
				527 (MSN 182-3135) converted to DC-130A.   To MASDC as CF028 Jan 12, 1979.  Returned to service.
					Back to MASDC as 2G002 Mar 15, 1979.  Must have been returned to service, back to MASDC as
					CF030 May 6l 1980.  Returned to service again since back to 
					AMARC as CF051 Jul 2, 1986.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				528 (MSN 182-3136) converted to C-130A-II.  Shot down by USSR MiG 17s near Yerevan, Armenia Sept 2, 1958
					when aircraft strayed into Soviet controlled Armenia.  17 killed.
				529 (MSN 182-3137) to AMARC as CF091 Aug 9, 1990.
				530 (MSN 182-3138) converted to C-130A-II.  To AMARC as CF064.  To Hemet Valley Flying Service as N131FF Jul 1990 for use as
					water bomber/spray aircraft.  To N131HP in 1989.  Purchased by Aero Fire Fighting
					Service in 1997.  As N125TG, noted stored without engines
					at Coolidge Municipal Airport, Arizona with International Air Response, Inc Feb 2009.
56-531/551		Lockheed C-130A-9-LM Hercules
				MSN 182-3139/3159.
				531 (MSN 182-3139) registered as N531BA with Butler Aircraft of Redmond, Oregon
				532 (MSN 182-3140) to Republic of Vietnam AF as 004.  Derelict at Tan Son Nhut, Vietnam.  Moved to Khe Sanh for display.
					Preserved at Khe Sanh Combat Base Museum in USAF markings
				533 (MSN 182-3141) Active in September 1963 with 322nd Air Division.
					Shot down Nov 24, 1969 near Bal Salou, Laos. All 8 onboard killed.
				534 (MSN 182-3142) TOS 1957.  Converted to C-130A-II in 1958.  
					8/58: 7406th Support Squadron (USAFE), Rhein Main AB, Germany. 
					2/67: 41st Air Division HQ (PACAF) TDY, Yokota AB, Japan. 
					7/67: 7406th Support Squadron (USAFE), Rhein Main AB, Germany. 
					12/69: 4409th Support Squadron Homestead AFB, FL. 
					8/71: 7406th Support Squadron Rhein Main AB, Germany. 
					10/72: 919th Tactical Airlift Group (AFR) Duke Field, FL. 
					7/73: 923rd Tactical Airlift Group (AFR) Richards-Gebaur AFB, MO. 
					10/73: 157th Tactical Airlift Group (ANG) Pease AFB, NH. 
					8/75: 133rd Tactical Airlift Wing (ANG) Minneapolis-Saint-Paul Airport, MN. 
					12/81: 356th Tactical Airlift Squadron (AFRES) Rickenbacker AFB, OH. 
					To AMARC Sep 1986 as CF060.  To Hemet Valley Flying Service as N132FF
					in Aug 1988 as water bomber/spray aircraft.  To Hawkins and Powers Aviation, Greybull, WY
					in 1989 as N131HP.  Parked in 2000.  Ond display Aug 2006 as M131HP at Museum of Flight and Aerial
					Firefighting at South Big Horn County Airport, Greybull, Wyoming.  Poerated as fire Service #83.
					By Sep 1992, operated as Fire Service #131.  2000: WFU. 
					9/27/05: Pride Capital Group, LLC, Deerfield, IL. 
					2/07: International Air Response Inc, Coolidge Municipal Airport, Coolidge, AZ. 
					2/15/08: N126TG reserved but not taken up.  Noted stored without engines
					at Coolidge Municipal Airport, Arizona with Internationa Air Response, Inc in Feb 2009.
					12/14/11: International Air Response Inc, Mesa, AZ with c/r N126TG. Aircraft remains disassembled. 
					5/22/14: c/r cancelled.
				535 (MSN 182-3143) converted to C-130A-II.  To AMARC as CF059.  To Hawkins and Powers Aviation as N133FF
				536 (MSN 182-3144) sold to Bolivian AF as TAM 66.  To CP-2187 in 1996
				537 (MSN 182-3145) converted to WC-130A, reverted back to C-130A.  Converted to C-130A-II.  
					To N537TM Aug 1989.  To N130RR Dec 1990.  To XA-RSG in 1992.  Now with Bush Field Aircraft 
					Co of Augusta, GA as N537UN.  Fuselage spotted in Tucson salvage yard near DMA
				538 (MSN 182-3146) converted to C-130A-II.  To N134FF.  To Hawkins and Powers as N130HP.  
					Crashed Jun 17, 2002.  The aircraft was dropping fire retardant material 
					on a 10,000 acre forest fire near Walker, CA when the wings 
					suddenly snapped off and the aircraft crashed near an auto parts store. 3 killed.
				539 (MSN 182-3147) to MASDC as CF020 Jun 8, 1976.  Fuselage used as 314th Airlift Wing Aero Port
					Squadron loading trainer until 2002, when moved to an area near
					the Little Rock AFB alert ramp.  Scrapped winter 2003.
				540 (MSN 182-3148) to C-130A-II in 1958, back to C-130A.  To AMARC as CF057 Aug 1986.
					To Hemet Flying as tanker 82, registered N135FF.  Crashed into Pallette
					Mountain, Califfornia due to explosion in right wing Aug 13, 1994.
					All crew killed.
				541 (MSN 182-3149) converted to C-130A-II.  To AMARC as CF058.   On civil registry as N136FF
				542 (MSN 182-3150) to Air America as 604 Feb 1970. Returned to USAF Nov 22, 1970.  To Delaware ANG Feb 1971.
					To South Vietnam AF.  W/o Apr 1975 with SVAF
				543 (MSN 182-3151) to South Vietnam AF.  Returned to USAF.  To Delaware ANG. To AMARC as CF080 Oct 25, 1989.
				544 (MSN 182-3152) with Delaware ANG Jul 1971. To West Virginia Aug 1972.  To AMARC as CF084 Mar 27, 1990.
				545 (MSN 182-3153) to South Vietnam AF.  Returned to USAF.  Used as ground trainer at Dobbins AFB.
					To MASDC as CF019 Jun 6, 1976
				546 (MSN 182-3154) Assigned to 317th TCW Evreux, France Jan 1958.  Crashed into mountain in Kenya in 
					bad weather May 17, 1962.
				547 (MSN 182-3155) used as ground trainer at Robins AFB
				548 (MSN 182-3156) crashlanded at Phu Bai, South Vietnam May 12, 1968.
				549 (MSN 182-3157) crashed during night landing Phu Bai, South Vietnam Mar 2, 1968.
				550 (MSN 182-3158) With 143rd TAS, Rhode Island ANG at Quonset State ANGB
					Sep 1, 1989. Used as ground trainer at Quonset Point ANGB.  In 2008 fuselage was airlifted on C-5
					to Stratton ANB to be used as a ground trainer for the 107th AW NYANG.
				551 (MSN 182-3159) to Delaware ANG Jul 1971.  to Peruvian Air Force. Sold to Chad Air Force as TT-PAC. W/o Nov 16, 1987.
56-552/579		Cancelled contract for Bell X-16 high-altitude reconnaissance aircraft
56-580/590		Boeing B-52D-70-BO Stratofortress
				MSN 17263/17273. Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
				580 (MSN 17263) to MASDC from 22nd GW, March AFB, CA as BC299 10/19/82.  Scrapped
				581 (MSN 17264) to MASDC from 93rd BW, Castle AFH, CA as BC218 8/17/78.  Scrapped.  There was a red star
					on the cockpit just below the pilot's window indicating
					that the tail gunner shot down a MiG during Operation Linebacker.
				582 (MSN 17265) to MASDC from 416th Hw, Griffiss AFH, NY as BC235 9/19/78.  Scrapped.  The nose was sent
					to the National Museum of the USAF at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio but was scrapped in 1996
				583 (MSN 17266) to MASDC as BC223 8/30/78.  Scrapped
				584 (MSN 17267) (22nd BW) crashed on landing at U-Tapao AB, Thailand Dec 26,1972 after being hit
					by SA-2 SAM over North Vietnam during Linebacker II.  4 crewmembers killed, two survived.
				585 (MSN 17268) on display at Air Force Flight Test Center Museum Airpark, Edwards AFB, CA.  Scrapped
					there in 2016
				586 (MSN 17269) to ground instruction machine, 
					Andersen AFB, Guam.  Now on display at Andersen AFB
					painted as 55-0100, which was damaged in a typhoon in 1983 and now been scrapped.
				587 (MSN 17270) to MASDC from 7th BW, Carswell AFB, TX as BC307 11/3/82.  Scrapped
				588 (MSN 17271) to MASDC from 7th BW, Carswell AFB, TX as BC280 5/5/82.  Scrapped
				589 (MSN 17272) severely damaged by ASA and landed at Da Nang on a mission from U-Tapao on
					Apr 23, 1972.  Repaired and returned to serice Sep 1, 1972. Active in October 1978 with 7th Bomb Wing at
					Carswell AFB, Texas.  To GB-52D ground instruction machine, Sheppard
					AFB, Texas.  Named "City of Burkburnett" in Oct 1988.  Put on display at Sheppard AFB, but replaced
					by B-52G 58-0200.
				590 (MSN 17273) to MASDC from 22nd BW, March AFB, CA as BC261 11/9/78.  Scrapped
56-591/610		Boeing B-52D-75-BO Stratofortress
				MSN 17274/17293.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				591 (MSN 17274) named "Tommy's Tigator" crashed 6/23/59 near Burns, during test flight after turbulence-induced failure in
					horizontal stabilizer at low level.
				592 (MSN 17275) to MASDC from 22nd BW, March AFB, Ca as BC273 12/7/78.  Seen in use as battle damage 
					repair training airframe at Tinker AFB, OK Apr 21, 2001.
				593 (MSN 17276) (509th BW) crashed into Pacific after takeoff from
					Andersen AFB, Guam 5/10/69.  All six crew were killed.
				594 (MSN 17277) (22nd BW) crashed in farmer's field near Sunnymead, CA Oct 19, 1978 shortly after takeoff
					from March AFB due to multiple engine failure.  5 killed but one survived.
				595 (MSN 17278) (22nd BW, assigned to 4133rd BW(P)) w/o July 7, 1967 
					over South China Sea off coast of Vietnam after midair collision with B-52D 56-0627
					Three survived, 3 killed, one MIA
				596 (MSN 17279) to MASDC from 7th BW, Carswell AFB, TX as BC285 5/28/82.  Scrapped
				597 (MSN 17280) 92nd BW crashed 12/12/57 at Fairchild AFB due to
					incorrect wiring of stabilizer trim switch.   Tail section broke up and tail gunner survived.
					The other 8 crew on board were killed.
				598 (MSN 17281) to MASDC from 7th BW, Carswell AFB, TX as BC213 1/29/76.  Scrapped
				599 (MSN 17282) (7th BW, assigned to 307th SW, crew from 28th BW) crashed in Thailand 
					Dec 27, 1972 after being hit by SA-2 SAM over
					North Vietnam during Linebacker II.  
					The mission was to bomb the Van Dien supply area. At the Initial Point, several SA-2 missiles 
					were fired at the planes. This plane dropped its bombs over the target, the pilot turned steeply 
					when it was hit by a missile on the left wing, knocking out all four engines. Without engine power 
					on the left wing and with 250 miles to reach friendly territory, the pilot struggled to make a course 
					heading back to Thailand. As the plane slowed, it was put into a dive and then climbed until speed 
					decayed. This roller-coaster ride continued until the bomber crossed over the Mekong River after 
					which the crew bailed out.  All six crewmembers ejected safely and were rescued.
				600 (MSN 17283) to MASDC from 7th BW, Carswell AFB, TX as BC310 11/8/82.  Scrapped
				601 (MSN 17284) (22nd BW, assigned to 4133rd BW(P), crew from 454th BW, 736th BS) destroyed in 
					emergency landing July 8, 1967 at Da Nang AB, Vietnam.  Did not have full braking
					power and slid past the overrun and into a minefield.
					Mines went off, destroying the aircraft and killing the
					entire crew except for the tail gunner who was in the tail section which broke away
					from the jet. 
				602 (MSN 17285) to MASDC from 22nd BW, March AFB, CA as BC325 9/12/83.  Scrapped
				603 (MSN 17286) to MASDC from 416th BW, Griffiss AFB, NY as BC231 9/12/78.  Removed from storage and
					used as GB-52D ground instruction machine at Lowry AFB 
				604 (MSN 17287) Returned to U-Tapao Nov 5, 1972 with damage from SAMs.  Repaired using
					vertical stabilier from 55-0097.  To MASDC from 416th BW, Griffiss AFB, NY as BC240 9/27/78.  Scrapped
				605 (MSN 17288) (7th BW, assigned to 43rd SW) shot down by SA-2 SAM 
					over North Vietnam 12/27/72 during Linebacker II.
					Two crewmembers KIA, four ejected and became POWs.
					This plane may also be the second B-52 claimed as
					a MiG-21 air-to-air victory, and may correspond to
					Vu Xuan Thieu firing 1 K-13 (AA-2 Atoll) AAM from
					MiG-21 of the 921th Sao Sao Fighter Regiment "Red
					Star", based at Cam Thuy.  The MiG-21 was also 
					destroyed by the resulting explosion. Some sources claim that Vu Xuan Thieu deliberately
					rammed the B-52.  Parts of this plane are on display in Lenin Park,
					Hanoi and Ngoc Ha, near Hanoi.
				606 (MSN 17289) Active in June 1981 with 22nd Bomb Wing at March AFB, California.  
					To MASDC from 22nd BW, March AFB, CA as BC281 5/5/82.  Scrapped
				607 (MSN 17290) 92nd BW burned out on runway 4/1/60 at Fairchild AFB, WA due to failure of main wings.
					All crew evacuated the aircraft successfully.
				608 (MSN 17291) (99th BW) shot down by SA-2 SAM Dec 18, 1972 during 
					Linebacker II.  2 of of crew KIA, remaining 4 bailed out and became POW.  The aircraft landed in a lake in the Ba DInh
					district, now named "B-52 Lake".  Bits of wrekage form a war memorial lake there, and still
					more pieces are displayed in a museum.
				609 (MSN 17292) to MASDC from 96th BW, Dyess AFB, TX as BC267 11/27/78.   Scrapped
				610 (MSN 17293) crashed Feb 11, 1958 short of runway at Ellsworth AFB due to total power loss during 
					final approach.  Two of the eight on board killed, 
					plus 3 ground personnel.   The cause of the crash was determined to be from condensed water in the 
					fuel lines that froze and clogged fuel filters (it was previously unknown that jet fuel absorbs water 
					vapor from the atmosphere).  After this determination, over 200 previous ‘cause unknown’ aircraft losses
					were attributed to fuel icing.
56-611/630		Boeing B-52D-80-BO Stratofortress
				MSN 17294/17313.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				611 (MSN 17294) to MASDC From 379th BW, Wurtsmith AFB, MI as BC221 8/24/78.  Scrapped
				612 (MSN 17295) last served with 93rd BW at Castle AB and retired 1982.  Now on display at Castle Air Museum, California.
				613 (MSN 17296) to MASDC from 92nd BW, Fairchild AFB, WA as BC228 Sep 5, 1978.  Scrapped
				614 (MSN 17297) to MASDC from 7th BW, Carswell AFB, TX as BC324 Sep 12, 1983.  Scrapped
				615 (MSN 17298) to MASDC from 2nd BW, Barksdale AFB, LA as BC246 Oct 5, 1978
				616 (MSN 17299) tested to destruction by Boeing at Wichita in 1971.
				617 (MSN 17300) to MASDC from 7th BW, Carswell AFB, TX as BC326 9/20/83.  Scrapped
				618 (MSN 17301) to MASDC from 22nd BW, March AFB, CA as BC270 11/30/78.  Scrapped
				619 (MSN 17302) named “First Lady of Glasgow” in May 1962.  To MASDC as BC222 from 410th K. I. Sawyer 8/24/78.  Scrapped
				620 (MSN 17303) assigned to permanent test duties with Air Force Systems Command and Air
					Force Special Weapons Center as NB-52D.  May have also be JB-52D. Also used for dropping
					nuclear weapons in the Pacific.   To MASDC from Special Weapons Center, Kirtland AFB, NM as BC207
					Nov 29 1971.  Scrapped at DM Oct 25, 1993
				621 (MSN 17304) to MASDC from 7th BW, Carswell AFB, TX as BC286 10/1/82.  Scrapped
				622 (MSN 17305) (7th BW) hit by SA-2 SAM Dec 20, 1972 over North
					Vietnam during Linebacker II.  Finally crashed in
					Thailand.  Four crew KIA, two ejected and became POWs.
				623 (MSN 17306) to MASDC as BC260 from 96th BW, Dyess AFB, TX Nov 9, 1978.  Scrapped
				624 (MSN 17307) to MASDC from 28th BW, Ellsworth AFG, SD as BC226 9/1/78.  Scrapped
				625 (MSN 17308) (306th BW) suffered inflight fire in engine number 7 which
					spread to starboard wing and attempted emergency landing
					but crashed in an Orlando residential area short of runway at McCoy AFB, FL Mar 31, 1972.
					7 onboard killed, 8 people on ground injured, one was killed, and four
					houses destroyed, others damaged.
				626 (MSN 17309) to MASDC from 96th BW, Dyess AFB, TX as BC253 10/16/78.  Scrapped
				627 (MSN 17310) (454th BW, assigned to 4133rd BW(P)) w/o July 7, 1967 
					over South China Sea off the Vietnam coast near Saigon after midair collision with B-52D 56-595
					4 crew survived, but the other 3 were never found.
				628 (MSN 17311) used as ground instruction machine
					Dyess AFB, TX. Scrapped early 1980s. This aircraft caught fire on the ground during 
					weekend maintenance.  The investigation concluded that there was an Liquid O2 leak 
					that came into contact with hydraulic fluid in the vicinity of the EWO position.
					There was a gaping hole in the side of the fuselage close to six feet high.  A year or 
					so later, it was used as blown into four large pieces by C4.
				629 (MSN 17312) seen at U-Tapao, Thailand, early  1970.  Active in October 1979 with 22nd Bomb Wing at March AFB, California
					On display at 8th Air Force Museum at Barksdale AFB, Louisiana.
				630 (MSN 17313) (70th BW, assigned to 4133rd BW(p) crashed into 
					Pacific following failure of starboard wing after 
					takeoff from Andersen AFB, Guam, 7/27/69.  There were no survivors.
56-631/649		Boeing B-52E-85-BO Stratofortress
				MSN 17314/17332.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				631 (MSN 17314) to MASDC from 22nd BW March AFB, CA as BC085 6/13/69.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1972
				632 (MSN 17315) used by AFFTC as NB-52E Control Configured Vehicle operated hy
					the Air Force Flight Dynamics Laboratory.  Retired to MASDC as BC211 Jun 26, 1974.  Scrapped at DM
				633 (MSN 17316) 11th BW crashed Dec 9, 1958 at Altus AFB, OK due to improper use of stablilzer trim during
					overshoot.  All 9 onboard killed.
				634 (MSN 17317) to MASDC from 22nd BW, March AFB, CA as BC116 Dec 8, 1969.  Scrapped
				635 (MSN 17318) to MASDC from 22nd BW, March AFB, CA as BC139 2/4/70.  Scrapped
				636 (MSN 17319) used as test airframe by Pratt & Whitney until 7/30/81.  Used to trial some of its engines, including the JT9D
					turbofan used on the Boeing 747.
					To MASDC as BC275 Jul 30, 1981.  Scrapped Feb 1994
				637 (MSN 17320) used as GB-52E ground instruction machine at Andersen AFB, Guam.  It was a
					weapons load trainer aircraft and unflyable.  In summer of 
					1976 Guam was hit by Typhoon Pamela and aircraft was flipped over
					on its back.  The plane was dragged to the burn pit and used as a
					fire fighting trainer
				638 (MSN 17321) to MASDC from 22nd BW, March AFB, CA as BC155 3/13/70.  Scrapped
				639 (MSN 17322) to MASDC from 22nd BW, March AFB, CA as BC149 Mar 5, 1970.  Scrapped
				640 (MSN 17323) to MASDC from 22nd BW, March AFB, CA as BC140 Feh 5, 1970.  Scrapped
				641 (MSN 17324) to MASDC from 22nd BW, March AFB, CA as BC071 5/26/69.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1972
				642 (MSN 17325) to MASDC from 22nd BW, March AFH, CA as BC061 May 12, 1969.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1972
				643 (MSN 17326) to MASDC from 96th Strategic Wing, Dyess AFB, TX as BC075 6/26/69.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1972.
				644 (MSN 17327) to MASDC from 22nd Gw, March AFB, CA as BC131 1/23/70.  Scrapped
				645 (MSN 17328) to MASDC from 96th Strategic Wing, Dyess AFB BC115 11/25/69.  Scrapped
				646 (MSN 17329) to MASDC from 96th Strategic Wing, Dyess AFB, TX as BC113 11/19/69.  Scrapped
				647 (MSN 17330) to MASDC from 96th Strategic Wing, Dyess AFB, TX as BC087 6/17/69.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1972
				648 (MSN 17331) to MASDC from 22nd GW, March AFB, CA as BC154 Mar 12, 1970.  Scrapped
				649 (MSN 17332) to MASDC from 96th Strategic Wing, Dyess AFB, TX as BC111 11/17/69.  Scrapped at DM  
56-650/656		Boeing B-52E-90-BO Stratofortress
				MSN 17333/17339.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				650 (MSN 17333) to MASDC from 22nd BW, March AFB, CA as BC129 1/21/70.  Scrapped
				651 (MSN 17334) to MASDC from 22nd BW, March AFB, CA as BC127 1/19/70.  Scrapped
				652 (MSN 17335) to MASDC from 96th Strategic Wing, Dyess AFB, TX as BC126 1/12/70.  Scrapped
				653 (MSN 17336) to MASDC from 22nd BW, March AFB, CA as BC118 12/12/69.  Scrapped
				654 (MSN 17337) to MASDC from 96th Strategic Wing, Dyess AFH, TXas BC079 6/6/69.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1972
				655 (MSN 17338) destroyed by fire 11/19/63 during maintenance at Walker AFB, NM.
				656 (MSN 17339) to MASDC from 22nd BW, March AFB, CA as BC144 2/11/70.  Scrapped
56-657/668		Boeing B-52D-30-BW Stratofortress
				MSN 464028/464039.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				657 (MSN 464028) delivered to the USAF on 5 Jul 1957.
					Jul 1957	To 28th Bombardment Wing [H] (Strategic Air Command), Ellsworth AFB SD
					Feb 1960	To 4128th Strategic Wing (SAC), Amarillo AFB TX (deployments to Biggs AFB TX)
					Mar 1962	To Oklahoma City Air Logistics Area, Tinker AFB OK
					Sep 1962	To 28th Bombardment Wing [H] (SAC), Ellsworth AFB SD
					Mar 1966	To 509th Bombardment Wing [H] (SAC), Pease AFB NH
					May 1967	To 454th Bombardment Wing [H] (SAC), Columbus AFB MS (deployments to U Tapao RTAFB Thailand and Andersen AFB Guam)
					Dec 1967	To 99th Bombardment Wing [H] (SAC), Westover AFB MA (deployments to Andersen AFB and U Tapao RTAFB)
					Apr 1969	To 509th Bombardment Wing [H] (SAC), U Tapao RTAFB
					Oct 1969	To 96th Strategic Wing (SAC), Dyess AFB TX (deployments to U Tapao RTAFB and Andersen AFB)
					Oct 1973	To 43rd Strategic Wing (SAC), Andersen AFB
					Apr 1974	To 7th Bombardment Wing [H] (SAC), Carswell AFB TX
					Mar 1975	To 96th Bombardment Wing [H] (SAC), Dyess AFB (deployment to Andersen AFB)
					Aug 1979	To 43rd Strategic Wing (SAC), Andersen AFB
					Dec 1980	To 96th Bombardment Wing [H] (SAC), Dyess AFB
					Aug 1982	To 7th Bombardment Wing [H] (SAC), Carswell AFB
					Aug 1983	To 28th Bombardment Wing [H] (SAC), Ellsworth AFB
					Jun 1992	Dropped from inventory by transfer to museum status
 					Placed on display with the South Dakota Air & Space Museum at Ellsworth.
				658 (MSN 464029) to MASDC from 7th BW, Carswell AFB, TX as BC276 4/29/82.  Scrapped
				659 (MSN 464030) to MASDC from 96th BW, Dyess AFB, TX as BC283 5/25/82 - Now on display at Davis-Monthan AFB as gate guard.
				660 (MSN 464031) to MASDC from 7th BW, Carswell AFB, TX as BC320 8/23/83.  Scrapped
				661 (MSN 464032) crashed 9/9/58 near Fairchild AFB after
					midair collision with B-52D 56-0681.  Of the 16 crew on the two jets, 13 were killed.  The ECM
					wqs the only survivor from this one.
				662 (MSN 464033) scrapped and then blown up April 1984 at Carswell AFB
				663 (MSN 464034) to MASDC from 7th BW, Carswell AFB, TX as BC282 5/25/82.  Scrapped
				664 (MSN 464035) used as GB-52D ground instruction machine
					Andersen AFB.  Scrapped after 1986.
				665 (MSN 464036) Taken on strength Jul 30, 1957 and delivered to the 28th Bomb Wing (Heavy) (SAC), Ellsworth AFB, SD. 
					Apr 1960: 4245th Strategic Wing (SAC), Sheppard AFB, TX,
					Apr 1963: 494th Bomb Wing, also at Sheppard. 
					Apr 1966: 509th Bomb Wing (SAC), Pease AFB, NH.  
					Jul 1967: 99th Bomb Wing (SAC), Westover AFB, MA. While with them, from 1967 to 1968, it had 
						deployments to Anderson AB, Guam; U-Tapao Royal Thai Navy Airfield, Thailand; Kadenna AB Japan; 
						for operations over Vietnam.  
					Sep 1968: 92nd Strategic Wing (SAC), Fairchild AFB, WA.
					Feb 1969: 509th BW (SAC), Pease AFB. During 1969, while with the 509th BW, the plane was again 
						deployed to Anderson AB, Guam, for action over Vietnam.  
					August 1969: 99th BW  (SAC), Westover AFB.
					July 1971: 96th Strategic Wing (SAC), Dyess AFB, TX. While with the 96th it made deployments to 
						Anderson AB, Guam; U-Tapao RTNAF, Thailand for more action over Vietnam.  
					Hit by SAM over North Vietnam 4/1972.  Lost two engines, had fuel leaks and over 400 shrapnel
					punctures.  Landed at Da Nang, most damage was fixed, the plane flew to Castle AFB, CA, to complete 
					repairs and by December it was back in Thailand flying four more missions over North Vietnam with the 96th BW.  
					Oct 1973: 307th Strategic Wing (SAC), U-Tapao RTNAF, Thailand, and with them deployed to Anderson AB, Guam. 
					Apr 1974: 7th Bomb Wing (SAC), Carswell AFB, TX
					Sep 1974: 97th Bomb WIng, Blytheville AFB, AR. Flown Nov 1978 to Wright Patterson
						AFB and put on display at USAF Museum, WPAFB.   
				666 (MSN 464037) to MASDC from 43rd Strategic Wing, Andersen AFB, Guam as BC321 8/24/83.  
					Tail unit noted Apr 2004 at Mighty Eighth Air Force Heritage Museum, Savannah, GA
				667 (MSN 464038) to MASDC from 7th HW, Carswell AFB, TX as BC323 9/12/83.  Scrapped
				668 (MSN 464039) to MASDC from 96th BW, Dyess AFB, TX as BC306 11/2/82.  Scrapped at DM
56-669/680		Boeing B-52D-35-BW Stratofortress
				MSN 464040/464051. Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com 
				669 (MSN 464040) 306th BW assigned to 43rd SW at Andersen AFG, Guam hit by SA-2 SAM over 
					North Vietnam 12/21/72 during Linebacker II.  Crew attempted to divert to Thialang
					but shortly after it crossed into Laotian airspace the aicraft became ncontrolloable
					and all six crew ejected, but only five rescued.
				670 (MSN 464041) to MASDC from 96th BW, Dyess AFG, TX as BC279 5/3/82.  Scrapped
				671 (MSN 464042) to MASDC from 22nd BW, March AFB, TX as BC287 10/1/82.  Scrapped
				672 (MSN 464043) to MASDC from 7th BW, Carswell AFB, TX as BC313 5/3/83.  Scrapped
				673 (MSN 464044) to MASDC from 22nd BW, March AFB, TX as BC233 9/14/78.  Scrapped
				674 (MSN 464045)(96th BW, assigned to 307th SW) shot down by SA-2
					SAM over North Vietnam Dec 26, 1972 during 
					Linebacker II.  2 crew KIA, four became POWs.
					May also be the first B-52 claimed as a MiG-21
					air-to-air victory, and may correspond to a claim
					by Pham Tuan of 921st Sao Dao Fighter Regiment
					"Red Star" based at Noi Bai by use of two K-13
					(AA-2 Atoll) AAMs fired by MiG-21.
				675 (MSN 464046) to MASDC from 22nd BW, March AFB, CA as BC247 10/5/78.  Scrapped
				676 (MSN 464047) on display at Fairchild AFB, Washington.  Credited with shooting
					down a MiG-21 over North Vietnam 12/18/1972 during 
					Linebacker II.  SSgt Samuel O. Turner (tail 
					gunner) shot down the MiG with 0.50-inch radar-
					guided tail guns.
				677 (MSN 464048) (307th BW) crashed 7/30/72 after takeoff from U-Tapao, Thailand following
					lightning strike and fire which knocked out
					instruments and started a fire in the port wing. 5 crewmen killed, one survived 
				678 (MSN 464049) to MASDC from 22nd BW, March AFB, CA as BC252 10/12/78.  Scrapped
				679 (MSN 464050) to MASDC from 22nd BW, March AFB, CA as BC293 10/12/82.  Scrapped
				680 (MSN 464051) blown up April 1984, Carswell AFB.  Remains remained in situ for several 
					months so that Soviet satellites could confirm its destruction under the Strategic
					Arms Limitation Treaty (SALT) agreement.
56-681/698		Boeing B-52D-40-BW Stratofortress
				MSN 464052/464069.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				681 (MSN 464052) crashed 9/9/58 near Fairchild AFB after midair collision with B-52D 56-0661.
					Of the 16 crew on the two jets, 13 were killed.  The tail gunner and instructor pilot on this
					plane survived.
				682 (MSN 464053) to MASDC from 96th GBW, Dyess AFB, TX as BC256 10/19/78.  Scrapped, but nose
					was sent to National Museum of the USAF at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio for display.
				683 (MSN 464054) on display at Pease AFB, then moved to gate guard at Whiteman AFB, Missouri
				684 (MSN 464055) to MASDC from 7th BW, Carswell AFB, TX as BC315 5/5/83.  Scrapped
				685 (MSN 464056) on display at Linear Air Park just outside the main gate at Dyess AFB, Texas
				686 (MSN 464057) to MASDC from 96th BW, Dyess AFB, TX as BC318 8/22/83.  Scrapped
				687 (MSN 464058) on display at B-52 Memorial Par, outside Orlando MAP, Fl.
				688 (MSN 464059) blown up April 1984, Carswell AFB, TX.  Remains remained in situ for several 
					months so that Soviet satellites could confirm its destruction under the Strategic
					Arms Limitation Treaty (SALT) agreement.
				689 (MSN 464060) Delivered Oct 11, 1957 to 28th Bomb Wing.   Retired from 7th Bomb Wing at Carswell AFB, TX 
					and flown to Brize Norton, UK, and on Oct 8, 1983 to Duxford for the Imperial War Museum. 
					Later to the American Air Museum, Duxford, UK Sep 1996.
				690 (MSN 464061) to MASDC from 7th BW, Carswell AFB, TX as BC304 10/28/82.  Scrapped
				691 (MSN 464062) to MASDC as BC249 10/10/78.  Scrapped
				692 (MSN 464063) was at Tinker AFB, OK used as an aircraft battle damage repair (ABDR) training aircraft.
					Scrapped some time after 2003
				693 (MSN 464064) to MASDC from 92nd BW, Fairchile AFB, WA as BC230 9/7/78.  Scrapped
				694 (MSN 464065) to MASDC from 43rd Strategi Wing, Andersen AFB, Guam as BC319 8/22/83.  Scrapped
				695 (MSN 464066) taken on strength ca.1957, the only unit found for it on the Internet was by 1973 it was with the 
					307th Strategic Wing at U-Tapao Royal Thai AFB, Thailand, flying combat missions over Vietnam. 
					On Apr 29, 1982 it was sent to MASDC for storage, by 1984 was on display at Tinker AFB Air Park, Oklahoma
				696 (MSN 464067) on display at Jimmy Doolittle Air and Space Museum at Travis AFB, California.
				697 (MSN 464068) to MASDC from 7th BW, Carswell AFB, TX as BC328 9/20/83.  Scrapped
				698 (MSN 464069) to MASDC from 7th BW, Carswell AFB, TX as BC311 Nov 9, 1982.  Scrapped
56-699/712		Boeing B-52E-45-BW Stratofortress
				MSN 464070/464083.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				699 (MSN 464070) to MASDC from 96th Strategic Wing, Dyess AFB, TX as BC069 5/22/69.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1972
				700 (MSN 464071)  to MASDC from 22nd BW, March AFB, CA as BC078 Jun 5, 1969.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1972.
					Nose section seen at March Field Museum, CA.
				701 (MSN 464072) to MASDC from 22nd BW, March AFB, CA as BC072 5/27/69.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1972.
				702 (MSN 464073) to MASDC from 96th Strategic Wing, Dyess AFB, TX as BC081 6/10/69.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1972.
				703 (MSN 464074) to MASDC from 96th Strategic Wing, Dyess AFB, TX as BC064 5/15/69.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1972.
				704 (MSN 464075) to MASDC from 22nd BW, March AFB, CA as BC145 2/12/70.  Scrapped
				705 (MSN 464076) to MASDC from 96th Strategic Wing, Dyess AFB, TX as BC114 11/24/69.  Scrapped
				706 (MSN 464077) to MASDC from 96th Strategic Wing, Dyess AFB, TX as BC123 Jan 9, 1970.  Scrapped
				707 (MSN 464078) to MASDC from 22nd BW, March AFG, CA as BC152 Mar 10, 1970.  Scrapped
				708 (MSN 464079) used as GB-52E ground instruction machine 
					at Chanute Technical Training Center and then scrapped.
				709 (MSN 464080) to MASDC from 96th Strategic Wing, Dyess AFB, TX as BC077 6/4/69.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1972.
				710 (MSN 464081) to MASDC from 22nd BW, March AFB, CA as BC080 Jun 9, 1969.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1972.
				711 (MSN 464082) to MASDC from 22nd BW, March AFB, CA as BC091 6/23/69.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1972.
				712 (MSN 464083) to MASDC from 22nd BW, March AFB, CA as BC065 5/16/69.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1972.
56-713/729		Martin YTM-76A Mace missiles
56-730/736		Lockheed F-104A-1-LO Starfighter
				MSN 183-1018/1024
				730 w/o Oct 26, 1967 near Eglin AFB, Florida
				731 crashed at Edwards AFB, Apr 2, 1957 
					after engine failure.  Pilot ejected safely.
				732 1957: Constructed and used for testing, which rendered the aircraft non-flyable.
					Apr 5, 1957: TOS USAF. Assigned to 3345th Technical Training Wing (Air Training Command), 
						Chanute AFB, IL.
					2/63: Redesignated GF-104A.
					5/67: 3345th Maintenance and Supply Group (Air Training Command), Chanute AFB, IL.
					8/74: SOC and placed on display at Thunderbird Airpark at Chanute AFB, IL
					1993: Chanute Air Museum, Chanute AFB (formerly), Rantoul, IL.  Museum now closed
					2015: 134th Air Refueling Wing (ANG), McGhee Tyson ANGB, TN
				733 assembled from several donor F-104s by Red Baron Flying
					Service and registered as N104RB.  Set low-altitude speed
					record of 988.088 mph in 1977.  Borrowed parts from static
					NF-104A 56-0760.  Crashed at Edwards AFB Feb 27, 1978
					after landing gear difficulties.  Civilian pilot Darryl
					Greenamyer ejected safely.
				734 (MSN 183-1022) accepted by the USAF 29May57, delivered Jun 3, 1957
					Loaned to NACA High-Speed Flight Station, later as the NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, 
					Edwards AFB, CA, Oct 7, 1957.
					Returned to USAF Jan 10, 1961 and flown to Palmdale, CA and converted to QF-104A by May 14, 1962.
					Assigned Jun 14, 1962 to 3205th Drone Squadron, Eglin AFB, FL.
					Damaged Sep 12, 1962 in a barrier engagement at Eglin AFB. 
					Repaired at Eglin AFB and received modifications towards a JQF-104A standard in October 1962. 
					Conversion finished October 16, 1962.
					On August 1, 1963 the aircraft was shot down during a drone mission by a BOMARC missile 
					after 114 drone flights.
				735 converted to JQF-104A drone, in service with 3205th Drone
					Squadron, Eglin AFB, FL in 1964.
				736 converted to JQF-104A then QF-104A drone, in service with 3205th Drone
					Squadron, Eglin AFB, FL in 1964.
56-737/747		Lockheed F-104A-5-LO Starfighter
				MSN 183-1025/1035
				737 converted to QF-104A
				738 w/o Mar 21, 1958 near Kirtland AFB, New Mexico
				739 converted to AQF-104A drone coded QFG-739.  Shot down Oct 8, 1963 near Eglin AFB, Florida
				740 loaned to NOTS China Lake by Aug 1959.  While flying out of NOTS China Lake for Sidewinder missile tests crashed 
					into mountain north of Los Angeles Sep 22, 1960.  Pilot Capt. Harold O. Casada Jr. killed.
				741 converted to QF-104A
				742 to GE Flight Test Jun 1957.  Performed accelerated service tests on J79.
					Crashed on landing approach at Edwards AFB, Jun 23, 1959 when split
					flap condition occurred.  Pilot ejected but was too low and
					was killed.
				743 converted to JF-104A drone Nov 1961 and conded QFG-743.  Shot down Sep 25, 1968 over Gulf of Mexico.
				744 converted to JF-104A drone coded QFG-744
				745 (MSN 183-1033) delivered to the USAF Nov 29, 1957; retained by Lockheed.
					Loaned to NASA Ames Research Center, NAS Moffett Field, CA Mar 19, 1959 to May 6, 1960.
					Designated JF-104A
					Used for in-flight thrust reversing and steep approach research. Flight tests with the JF-104 
					Starfighter developed steep approach profiles used by the space shuttle.
					Returned to USAF May 6, 1960 and converted to QF-104A Air Proving Ground Center (Air Force 
					System Command), Eglin AFB, FL.  Assigned Oct 10, 1961 to 3205th Drone Squadron, Eglin AFB, FL.
					Crashed January 17, 1962 due to elevator malfunction on takeoff; total 3 drone flights
				746 converted to drone as QFG-746 and shot down Mar 17, 1964, Florida
				747 converted to QF-104A
56-748/763		Lockheed F-104A-10-LO Starfighter
				MSN 183-1036/1051.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				748 (MSN 183-1036) at Dyess AFB, TX painted as 55-6748.  When seen at Dyess Linear Air
					Park, Texas Sept 2003 was painted as itself.
				749 (MSN 183-1037) delivered to the USAF May 27, 1957.
					Assigned to Air Research and Development Command (ARDC)
					Assigned to NASA High-Speed Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA, Apr 13, 1959
					Used for high-altitude centerline rocket (balloon) launch tests (with ventrally-mounted Air 
					Launched Sounding Rocket (ALSOR)). The intent of the program was to release a 
					balloon from an air launched rocket at over 1.000.000 feet altitude (approximately 190 miles) 
					and then measure its rate of descent to determine the air density.
					NASA pilot Milt Thompson ejected safely at Edwards AFB when plane suffered 
					asymmetric flap condition which resulted in uncommanded roll, Dec 20, 1962.
				750 to JF-104 and back to F-104A.  To MASDC as FB015 Jan 30, 1968.
					Now at Canton, Michigan where it is being restored to flight
					status.  Reports that this plane went to Jordan seem to be 
					in error.
				751 w/o Oct 21, 1960 in crash 12 mi SE of Edwards AFB, California.  This plane also reported as being on display
					at Nevada City, California.
				752 to MASDC Sep 19, 1967 as FB002.  To Jordan in 1969.  This plane is now on
					display at Travis AFB museum, California
				753 was on display at Camp Robinson, Little Rock, AR. Transferred to Hill AFB to undergo
					restoration to be put on display at Hill Aerospace Museum, Utah.
				754 Ca.1957: TOS USAF. Assigned to Air Research and Development Command, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. 
					Unknown date: Re-designated JF-104A.
					Unknown date: Air Force Flight Test Center, Edwards AFB, CA.
					Sep 19, 1967: MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as FB001.
					Apr 22, 1971: Photograph shows aircraft still located at MASDC.
					Oct 22, 1971: Declared excess at MASDC.
					By 8/95: National Museum of the USAF, Wright Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
					By 7/96: Displayed mounted on pole marked as 56-0879, FG-879, which went to Pakistan in 1961.
					By 11/14: Located on ramp by restoration hangar.
					2016: Returned to display after replacing wings with those from F-104D 57-1322.
				755 to MASDC as FB040 Feb 4, 1970.
				756 to MASDC.  Converted to NF-104A in 1963 and returned to service
					at Edwards AFB.  Suffered rocket oxidizer explosion Jun 18, 1965, blowing
					off portion of tail.  Pilot landed safely, plane repaired and flew again.
					Second explosion Jun 15, 1971 blew whole rocket motor and part of
					rudder off in flight.  Portions of it used to create the composite "56-760";
					sitting on a pole at Air Force Flight Test Center, Edwards AFB, CA.
				757 crashed on takeoff Apr 7, 1961, George AFB, during
					Navy Sidewinder tests.  Pilot survived but died of injuries Apr 28.
				758 crashed Sept 22, 1966 near Edwards AFB following
					sudden uncommanded maneuver.  Pilot ejected safely.
				759 to MASDC as FB003 Oct 25, 1967.  To Royal Jordanian AF in 1969
				760 to MASDC.  Converted to NF-104A and returned to service at
					Edwards AFB.  Displayed on pole at Edwards AFB.  AFFTC/HO data shows that
					this plane is a composite of 0760, 0756 and another (unspecified) F-104.
				761 w/o Feb 9, 1961 in crash Buckhorn Dry Lake, California
				762 to MASDC.  Converted to NF-104A and returned to service at
					Edwards AFB.  Crashed 12/10/63 near Edwards AFB after zoom 
					climb to over 100,000 feet.  Pilot Chuck Yeager ejected 
					with minor injuries.  : Crash occurred when aircraft departed controlled flight during altitude record attempt
					The excessive angle of attack was due tj a gyroscopic condition set up by the J79 engine spooling after 
					shut down for the rocket-powered zoom climb phase,  Due to pilot's lack of understanding of aircraft control 
					in circumstances of being outside the sensible atmosphere (aircraft not subject to dynamic pressure), 
				763 used by GE Flight Test as research aircraft at Edwards AFB, CA.  
					Returned to USAF Feb 1962.  to MASDC as FB041 Feb 4, 1970. 
					Sold as surplus in 1971 to company in Los Angeles for use in
					making templates for aviation parts.  Sat derelict for many
					years.  Purchased by a team which will use the fuselage as the
					basis for a vehicle known as the North American Eagle, which
					will attempt to set a land speed record.  The plane sat for
					a time derelict at Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington, while
					the project was trying to raise funds for the record attempt.
					The project became up and running and the vehicle was
					undergoing test runs (Mar 2007).  Crashed Aug 28, 2019 at Alford Desert, 
					Oregon while attempting to set new land speed record.  Driver Jessi Combs killed.
56-764/788		Lockheed F-104A-15-LO Starfighter
				MSN 183-1052/1076.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				764 crashed near Edwards AFB, Jun 15, 1964 after entering flat spin.  Pilot
					ejected safely.
				765 w/o Apr 6, 1959 in crash into San Pablo Bay, CA
				766 to MASDC as FB008 Dec 4, 1967.  To Royal Jordanian AF in 1969.  At one time was used as 
					chase plane at Edwards AFB
				767 (MSN 183-1055) to Republic of China AF as 4209, then to Royal Jordanian AF as 903  Shot down in India-Pakistan
					war Dec 17, 1971
				768 crashed at Edwards AFB after engine failure after takeoff Jun 30, 1959.
					Pilot ejected safely.
				769 (MSN 183-1057) to RoCAF as 4208.  W/o Dec 18, 1963
				770 converted to YF-104G.  Transfered to RCAF as CF-104 with s.n. 12700.  In 1967, set Canadian
					altitude record of 100,100 feet.  On display at National Aviation Collection,
					Rockcliffe Airport, Ontario, Canada.
				771 to MASDC as FB006 Dec 4, 1967.  To Royal Jordanian AF as 918 in 1969. On display at King Abdullah AB (Amman-Marka IAP)
				772 crashed July 26, 1958, near Edwards AFB, killing test pilot Iven C. Kincheloe,
					following loss of engine thrust and unsuccessful ejection.
				773 to Pakistan in 1961.  Shot down on 13 Dec 1971
				774 (MSN 183-1062) to Republic of China AF as 4210, then to Royal Jordanian AF as 904.  To Pakistan during
					1971 India-Pakistan war.  Crashed Jul 16, 1974
				775 (MSN 183-1063) to Republic of China AF in 1960/61 as 4211. To Royal Jordanian AF in Sep 1969 as 905.  To Pakistan
					during 1971 India-Pakistan war.   On display at King Abdullah AB, Amman-Marka
				776 w/o Mar 3, 1958 when crashed into San Pablo Bay, CA-on approach to Hamilton AFB Pilot lost
				777 (MSN 183-1065) to Republic of China AF in 1960/61 as 4213, then to Royal Jordanian AF as 906.  
					To Pakistan during 1971 India-Pakistan war.  Crashed Sep 14, 1972.
				778 (MSN 183-1066) To Republic of China AF as 4214.  Then served with Royal Jordanian Air Force as 907. 
					Now on display at Nampa, Idaho Warhawk Air Museum.  It came from an estate in Ontario, Oregon.
					Photos show a Jordanian flag on the tail.
				779 to MASDC as FB018 Mar 8, 1968.  To Royal Jordanian AF in 1969
				780 (MSN 183-1068) to Republic of China AF as 4212.  Then to Royal Jordanian AF as 908.  Registered as N66342 with Cavanaugh Flight
					Museum, Addison, Texas.
				781 w/o Apr 9, 1961 near Phoenix, AZ
				782 (MSN 183-1070) to MASDC as FB016 Mar 8 1968.  To Royal Jordanian AF as 922 in 1969.  On dump Al Azraq / Al Shaheed 
					Muwaffaq Salti AB
				783 w/o Feb 15, 1959 in crash 53 miles N. of Larson AFB, WA
				784 (MSN 183-1072) o MASDC from 319th FIS, 32nd Air Division, Homestead AFB, FL as FB017 Mar 8, 1968. 
					Declared exces Mar 8 1972.  Departed Apr 1, 1980.  to Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ
					It was logged in a compound at Mojave RAP in 1999, 
				785 in 2010 was sitting in boneyard at Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA awaiting restoration
				786 (MSN 183-1074) to Republic of China AF as 4215, later to Royal Jordanian AF as 909.  Now registered in USA as N66328
				787 (MSN 183-1075) to Republic of China AF as 4216.  W/o Oct 10, 1964
				788 (MSN 183-1076) to Republic of China AF as 4217.  To Royal Jordanian AF as 910. On display at Safawi AB (ex Prince Hassan AB)
56-789/825		Lockheed F-104A-20-LO Starfighter
				MSN 183-1077/1113.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				789 (MSN 183-1077) to Republic of China AF as 4218. To Royal Jordanian AF.  To Pakistan during 1971 India-Pakistan war.
					Preserved at Addison, TX Museum.
				790 (MSN 183-1078) delivered to the USAF 1957.
					Loaned to NACA High-Speed Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA, 1957.
					Returned to USAF 1958.
					Leased by Lockheed and modified 1959 to F-104G configuration for system tests and nuclear 
					weapons shape trials, first flight as F-104G on June 7, 1960.
					Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA Dec 27, 1966 as replacement for NASA 813.
					Registered as NASA 820.  Registered as N820NA Apr 8, 1970; cancelled Nov 12, 1980.
					Last NASA flight Jun 1, 1977; stored to Oct 1983.
					Transferred to the Air Force Flight Test Center (AFFTC) Museum on April 29, 1985.
					Was seen on display in "Century Circle“ outside west gate, Edwards AFB in April 2015 (in USAF markings) 
				791 (83rd FIS  * Vocifrous Viking *) one of 12 F-104s temporarily  deployed to Taiwan during the 1958 
					Quemoy Crisis. (flown dis-assembled in C-124 Globemasters) Operation "Jonah Able"
 					(returned to USA in 1959).  To MASDC as FB004 Dec 4, 1967.  To Royal Jordanian AF as 919 in 1969.  
					Was Gate Guard at King Hussein Air College, Mafraq AB (OJMF).  Now at Alexandria, LA, Rayford Ent.
				792 w/o Feb 6, 1958 Palmdale, California.  Pilot killed.
				793 to MASDC as FB005 Dec 4, 1967.  To Roya Jordanian AF as 923 in 1969.  On dump Al Azraq / Al Shaheed Muwaffaq 
					Salti AB, wfu July 1, 1977
				794 w/o Feb 15, 1958 at El Mirage, California.  Pilot OK
				795 to MASDC as FB019 Mar 8, 1968.  To Royal Jordanian AF in 1969 as 798, 
					to Republic of China AF as 4219 in 1960/61.  Later transferred to 
					Pakistan.  On display at Sargodha.
				796 converted to drone as QFG-796.   W/o Dec 13, 1962 in crash landing at Eglin AFB, Florida
				797 (MSN 183-1085) to Republic of China AF as 4220.  Then to Royal Jordanian AF as 912.  On display at Balila town 
				798 (MSN 183-1086) to Republic of China AF as 4219.  To Royal Jordanian AF as 911.
					Then to Pakistan AF.  Reported winter 
					2003/4 in Pakistan AF Museum, Sharea-Faisal AB, Karachi, Pakistan
				799 (MSN 183-1087) to Republic of China AF in 1960/61 as 4221.  To Royal Jordanian AF as as 913.  to Pakistan during
					1971 India-Pakistan war.  Displayed on pole Safawi town, near Prince Hassan AB (H5)
				800 (MSN 183-1088)to Republic of China AF as 4222.  To Pakistan AF in 1961.  w/o 23 Oct 1962  engine failure at CCK AFB
				801 flew chase for first A-12 flight.  Modified to F-104G configuration for 
					nuclear weapon shape trials.  To Pakistan Af in 1961.
					There is an F-104A marked as 0801 mounted on a pole at
					the Air Force Flight Test Center Museum, but it is actually
					a composite made up of several other F-104As from Mojave. 
				802 to Pakistan AF in 1961.  W/o 13 Nov 1963  Location ?
				803 to Pakistan AF in 1961.  W/o 3 Sep 1964
				804 to Pakistan AF in 1961.  Credited with Indian Folland Gnat F.1 kill Dec 4, 1971 over Amritsar.
				805 to Pakistan AF in 1961.  W/o 10 Jul 1968  ground fire-location?
				806 w/o Jun 30, 1960 in crash 21 mi NE of Westover AFB, Massachusetts.  Pilot OK 
				807 to Pakistan in 1961.   W/o 15 Apr 1968 Inflight fire
				808 (MSN 183-1096) to MASDC Dec 11, 1969.  To Republic of China AF in 1970 as 4249.  Record that the plane was 
					destroyed in a crash in April 16, 1984.  The plane on a pole at Peterson AFB, CO. 
					is actually 56-0936.
				809 (197th FIS/ AZ ANG) crashed on takeoff on Ramstein AB, Germany Jun 18, 1962
				810 crashed on approach to Homestead AFB Oct 1966 after it ran out of fuel.  Pilot ejected but did not survive.
				811 to MASDC as FB009 Dec 4, 1967.  To Royal Jordanian AF as 920 in 1969.  In camouflage scheme preserved at Prince Hassan AB (H 5)  
				812 w/o Apr 20, 1959 in fatal crash Marin County Hills, California
				813 (151st FIS/TN AnG) collided with F-104A 56-0848 during GCA-controlled
					final approach to Ramstein AB, Germany and crashed Mar 17, 1962.  Pilot killed.
				815 w/o Jul 7, 1959 in crash 17 mi N of Haijamar, New Mexico. Pilot OK
				816 (MSN 183-1104) to MASDC Dec 12, 1969.  To Republic of China AF as 4250.  Retired 1988.
				817 was at Robins AFB, GA painted as 57-0817.  Used in filming of
					"I Dream of Jeannie" TV show.  Now on display at Pacific Aviation Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii.
				818 w/o 15 Dec 1968 in crash on night approach to Webb AFB, TX
				819 w/o 17 Mar 1961 in crash near McGhee-Tyson ANGB, TN
				820 w/o Mar 7, 1960 in crash 10 mi SW of Castle AFB, California
				821 w/o 21 Sep 1965  in takeoff accident at Homestead AFB, FL
				822 (MSN 183-1110) to MASDC Dec 12, 1969.  To Republic of China AF as 4251.  W/o Dec 23, 1985
				823 (MSN 183-1111) to MASDC Dec 18, 1969.  To Republic of China AF as 4241.  As 4241 displayed at the Chinese Air Force Museum, Gangshan, 
					Taiwan (August 2009)
				824 (MSN 183-1112) to MASDC Dec 4, 1967.  To Royal Jordanian AF as 921 in 1969.  Crashed December 15, 1974
				825 w/o Aug 11, 1959 in takeoff accident Hamilton AFB, California
56-826/877		Lockheed F-104A-25-LO Starfighter
				MSN 183-1114/1165.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				826 converted to JF-104A, back to F-104A.  To MASDC as FB014 Jan 25, 1968.  
					To Royal Jordanian AF.  By mid-1980s was in private hands and painted as 
					36-5019 of JASDF for film purposes.  On display dec 2009 at the Historic Aviation Memorial
					Museum, Tyler Pounds Airport, Texas.
				827 (MSN 183-1115) to MASDC Dec 18, 1969.  To Republic of China AF as 4242.  Retired 1988
				828 (MSN 183-1116) to Republic of China AF as 4202.  W/o Apr 5, 1962
				829 (MSN 183-1117) to Republic of China AF in 1960/61 as 4261.  W/o Nov 1, 1975
				830 (MSN 183-1118) w/o 16 Jan 1964 in crash off Florida?
				831 (MSN 183-1119) to MASDC Dec 18, 1969.  To Republic of China AF as 4252.  W/o Nov 25, 1978
				832 (MSN 183-1120)  w/o 11 Jul 1966 in crash 35 miles SE of Key West NAS, FL
				833 (MSN 183-1121) to MASDC Dec 18, 1969. To Republic of China AF as 4253.  Retired
				834 (MSN 183-1122) to Royal Jordanian AF as 924.   on pole Safawi AB (ex Prince Hassan AB)
				835 w/o Oct 16, 1958 in crash Grant Moses Lake, Washington.  Pilot OK
				836 w/o Oct 3, 1963 near Eglon AFB, Florida
				837 (MSN 183-1125) To Convair, Ft Worth Mar 1960
				838 (MSN 183-1126) to Republic of China AF as 4207, then to Royal Jordanian AF as 917.  Also listed as w/o Jul 12, 1962
				839 (MSN 183-1127) to Republic of China AF as 4201.  To Royal Jordanian AF as 914 in 1969.  To Pakistan during
					1971 India-Pakistan war.  On dump Al Azraq / Al Shaheed Muwaffaq Salti AB  
				840 w/o Apr 13, 1960 in fatal crash near Moses Lake, Washington
				841 (157th FIS/SC ANG) crashed 3.5 mi SE of Malagea, Spain following engine stall Dec 7, 1961.
					Pilot ejected safely.
				842 (MSN 183-1130) to Taiwan as 4205.  SOC Oct 28, 1964 in midair with 4216
				843 (MSN 183-1131) to Taiwan as 4206, then to Royal Jordanian AF as 915. To Pakistan during 1971 India-
					Pakistan war.  Destroyed at Ramtha city
				844 (MSN 183-1132) to MASDC Dec 18, 1969.  To Taiwan as 4243.  W/o Feb 8, 1988
				845 (MSN 183-1133) to Taiwan in 1960/61 as 4204.  To Royal Jordanian AF as 916. To Pakistan during 1971
					India-Pakistan war.  On display at Irbid in Jordan University of Science and Technology (JUST) 
				846 (MSN 183-1134) to MASDC Dec 11, 1969.  To Taiwan as 4255.  Reported 2008 at Taiwan
					Taoyuan IAP Aviation Museum.
				847 crashed Feb 28, 1960 at Nellis AFB, NV due to engine failure.  Pilot killed.
				848 (151st FIS/TN ANG) collided with F-104A 56-0813 during GCA-controlled final approach
					to Ramstein AB, Germany and crashed Mar 17, 1962.  Pilot killed.
				849 (MSN 183-1137) with USAF crashed May 8, 1967 near King Hussein AB, Amman, Jordan
				850 (MSN 183-1138) to Taiwan as 4203.  To Royal Jordanian AF as 917.  Crashed June 6, 1971 after entering a spin
				851 (MSN 183-1139)  w/o 12 Jan 1965  Destroyed at Homestead AFB, FL in ground fire
				852 (MSN 183-1140) to Taiwan as 4262.  Retired 1999
				853 crashed into Susquehanna River, Harrisburg, PA May 25, 1961 after
					engine stalled on takeoff from Olmstead AFB.  Pilot killed.
				854 (MSN 183-1142) to Taiwan as 4244.  Retired
				855 (MSN 183-1143) w/o 5 May 1961 in takeoff accident at McGhee-Tyson, TN Pilot killed.
				856 (MSN 183-1144) w/o 18 Jul 1965 in crash 33 miles WSW of Holloman AFB, NM
				857 (MSN 183-1145) w/o 30 Aug 1968 in crash Homestead AFB, FL
				858 (MSN 183-1146) to MASDC Dec 18, 1969.  To Republic of China AF as 4245.  W/o Aug 5, 1973
				859 (MSN 183-1147) w/o 13 Mar 1961 in crash near Congaree ANGB, SC   fuel problem
				860 (MSN 183-1148)  w/o 10 Nov 1964 in crash into Gulf of Mexico due to engine failure. Pilot rescued
				861 (MSN 183-1149) to MASDC Dec 2, 1969.  To Taiwan as 4246.  Retired 1999
				862 (157th FIS/ SC ANG) crashed 8 mi SSE of Cordoba, Spain Jun 2, 1962.  Pilot ejected safely
				863 (MSN 183-1151) w/o 26 Nov 1963 in crash at Webb AFB, TX  Pilot killed
				864 (157th FIS/SC ANG) crashed 13 mi N of NAS Rota, Spain after running out of fuel in
					poor visibility Jan 5, 1962.  Pilot ejected safely
				865 (MSN 183-1153) to MASDC Dec 12, 1969.  To Republic of China AF as 4255.  In 2007 was gate guard at Hsin-chu AB, Taiwan.
				866 (MSN 183-1154) Active with 331st Fighter Interceptor Squadron at Webb AFB, Texas.
					To MASDC Dec 18, 1969.  To Republic of China AF as 4247.  W/o Apr 11, 1961
				867 (MSN 183-1155) to MASDC Dec 11, 196  9.  To Republic of China AF as 4256.  Preserved at Makung Airbase
				868 (MSN 183-1156) to Pakistan AF in 1961.  W/o 17 Sep 1965 when undershot landing at Peshawar AFB, Pakistan
				869 w/o Dec 11, 1958 in fatal crash 4 mi NW of Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio
				870 (MSN 183-1158) to MASDC Dec 11, 1969.  To Republic of China AF as 4257.  SOC May 24, 1977
				871 (MSN 183-1159) w/o 7 Apr 1966 in crash 120 miles NE of Webb AFB, TX due to engine failure
				872 to MASDC Dec 11, 1967 as FB013.  Reportedly to Royal Jordanian AF in 1969, but listed at DMAFB on 21 September 1971 
					still clearly in USAF marks and very much in open storage. 
				873 w/o Jan 18, 1960 in crash 4 mi E of McCloud, Oklahoma
				874 (MSN 183-1162) to Pakistan AF and in 2013 was on display outside Combat Commanders School at Mushaf.  Credited with
					a Canberra kill during 1979 India-Pakistan war
				875 (MSN 183-1163) to Pakistan AF in 1961.  Preserved at Pakistan AF College of Risalpur.
				876 (MSN 183-1164) to MASDC Dec 12, 1969.  To Republic of China AF as 4258.   As 4258 preserved at Chung Cheng Armed Forces Preparatory School, 
					Fengshan, Taiwan (August 2009)
				877 (MSN 183-1165) to Pakistan in 1961.  W/o 7 Sep 1965 in mid-air near Sargodh AFB, Pakistan
56-878/882		Lockheed F-104A-30-LO Starfighter
				MSN 183-1166/1170.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				878 (MSN 183-1166) to MASDC Dec 11, 1969.  To Republic of China AF as 4259.  W/o Feb 14, 1986 
				879 (MSN 183-1167) to Pakistan in 1961.  Reported winter 2003/4 preserved at
					Masroor-Raffiqui AB, Karachi, Pakistan  Credited with Su-7 Fitter kill Dec 14, 1971 over Amritsdar
				880 (MSN 183-1168) to MASDC Dec 18, 1969.  To Republic of China AF as 4248.  W/o Nov 16, 1975
				881 (151st FIS/TN ANG) crashed at Bas Schwalbach, Germany Mar 21, 1962.  Pilot ejected safely.
				882 (MSN 183-1170) to MASDC Dec 12, 1969.  To Republic of China AF as 4260.  W/o Feb 13, 1974
56-883/938		Lockheed F-104C-5-LO Starfighter
				MSN 383-1171/1226.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				883 (479th TFW, 436th TFS) got lost while flying over Gulf of Tonkin and flew over Hainan Island.
					Shot down by air-to-air missile fired by Chinese MiG-19 Sep 20, 1965.  Pilot enected and taken
					prisoner.  Pilot released Mar 15, 1973.
				884 (476th TFS/ 479th TFW) stalled and crashed Bitburg Jun 15, 1961
				885 set altitude record of 103,395 feet.  On May 9, 1961 with 476th TFS, 479th TFW on flight from 
					Moron AB, Spain had control failure with stick moving full aft with pilot unable to move it forward, 
					resulting in an initial zoom climb followed by unrecoverable tumble.  Pilot ejected safely.
				886 on display at Holloman AFB, New Mexico
				887 w/o 8 Nov 1965 in crash on Cuddeback Range, CA
				888 w/o 30 Apr 1963 in crash on approach to Kirtland AFB, NM
				889 w/o 3 Jan 1969 in crash near Albuquerque, NM
				890 on display at McGhee-Tyson Airport painted as 56-880.
				891 on display at Arizona ANG, Phoenix Airport, Arizona.
				892 on display at Luke AFB, Arizona.
				893 (479th TFW) crashed during dog fight out of Moron AB, Spain Aug 2, 1961
				894 w/o 23 Apr 1965 in crash 44 miles SE of Moron AFB, Spain
				895 w/o 14 Dec 1959 in crash on takeoff at Moron AFB, Spain due to engine failure
				896  (497th TFW) crashed near Bicycle Lake, CA Apr 12, 1963. Pilot ejected safely.
				897 9476th TFS, 4u9th TFW) crashed due to engine failure in Spain Jun 15, 1961
				898 (MSN 383-1186) on display at Kalamazoo Avitation History Museum, Michigan, painted as 86809.
				899 w/o 6 Feb 1963 in crash landing at Moron AFB, Spain
				900 w/o 19 Mar 1959 in crash near Lake Isabella, CA.  Pilot ejected
				901 at New England Air Museum, Windsor Locks, CT, Bradley INTL Airport, currently undergoing restoration.  In Aug 2012
					restoration completed and was put on display in the museum.
				902 w/o 23 Apr 1968 in crash 21 miles SSW of San Juan, Puerto Rico
				903 w/o 27 Jul 1966 in crash near George AFB, CA
				904 (8th TFW, 435th TS) shot down by SAM over northern Laos Oct 2, 1966 while attacking a truck park.
					Pilot ejected and rescued by Air Force helicopter.  Was first time a US aircraft was brought down by
					a SAM over Laos.
				905 w/o Feb 26, 1960 in fatal crash 25 mi NE of Las Vegas, Nevada
				906 w/o Jul 19, 1960 in fatal landing accident 24 mi SE of China Lake, California
				907 w/o Jan 29, 1959 in crash 5 mi SW of George AFB, California
				908 (479th TFW, 476th TFS) damaged by small arms fire over Quang Tin Province S of DaNang AB Jul 22, 1965.  Crashed
					while attempting gear-up emergency landing at Chu Lai Marine air base.  Pilot killed. 
				909 w/o Jul 21, 1970 near Moron AB, Spain.  Pilot OK
				910 (MSN 383-1198) on display at Wings over the Rockies Aviation and Space Museum, Colorado, painted as 70910
				911 (479th TFW, 436th TFS) collided in midair with 56-921 over Gulf of Tonkin or South Vietnam after dark while 
					looking for 56-883 Sep 20, 1965.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				912 to MASDC as FB043 Dec 11, 1973.  Now on display at Sheppard AFB, Texas.
				913 (479th TFW/434th TFS) Failed to get airborne at Moron AB, Spain 
					Aug 28, 1961, ran off end of runway and was wrecked.  Pilot killed
				914 Ca.1957: TOS USAF.
					By 9/62: 435th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 479th Tactical Fighter Wing, George AFB, CA.
					9/62: Flown by the winning pilot of the 1962 USAF William Tell Fighter Weapons Meet competition.
					Oct 14, 1965: Deployed to Da Nang, South Vietnam. Primary role at this time was escorting 
						EC-121Ds over Gulf of Tonkin.
					Nov 21, 1965: Deployed to Kung Kuan AB, Taiwan.
					12/65: Returned to George AFB, CA.
					Jun 6, 1966: Deployed to Udorn RTAFB, Thailand, attached to 8th Tactical Fighter Wing. Provided 
						escort for F-105s. Was one of first F-104s to be painted in camouflage.
					7/67: Returned to George AFB, CA.
					By 1971: 198th Tactical Fighter Squadron, Puerto Rico ANG, Muiz ANG Base.
					8/75: Ferried to the National Museum of the USAF, Wright Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
					The aircraft also served with the USAF in West Germany, and Spain (probably deployments with the 
						435th TFS).
				915 w/o Oct 28, 1959 in crash 5 mi eSe of Cantil, California.  Pilot OK
				916 w/o Nov 12, 1959 in midair collision with T-33A 51-4223 6 mi SE of Tinker AFB, Oklahoma
				917 with 436th TFS crashed into sea near Bermuda after taking off from Kindley AFB, Bermuda Mar 18, 1960.  Aircraft was one of 
					an 18-ship deployment en-route to Moron AFB, Spain.
				918 (8th TFW, 435th TFS) shot down by AAA over Plain of Jars, Laos Oct 20, 1966.  Pilot ejected but KIA
				919 to MASDC as FB046 Dec 13, 1973.  Was at Tyndall Air Park, FL, no longer there in 2005.
					Reported Apr 17, 2008 on display at Georgia ANG, Brunswick AP, Georgia.
				920 w/o 10 Oct 1962 in crash on approach to George AFB, CA when ran out of fuel
				921 (479th TFW, 436th TFS) collided in midair with 56-911 over Gulf of Tonkin or South Vietnam after dark while 
					looking for 56-883 Sep 20, 1965.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				922 crashed Nov 22,1968 near Mojave, CA.  Pilot killed.
				923 w/o 26 Jun 1961 in mid-air with 57-0917 near Charlottesville, VA
				924 w/o 21 Dec 1962 in crash landing at George AFB, CA
				925 w/o Oct 3, 1960 in crash 12 mi NW of Moron AB, Spain
				926 served with Puerto Rico ANG.  Put on display on pole around 1983/84 at North Dakota ANG, 
					Fargo-Hector IAP, Fargo, ND.  Now on display at VFW Post 2764
					at the intersection of Main ST E and 2nd Aee NE, Valley City, North Dakota.
				927  w/o 16 Oct 1964 in crash at Miramar NAS, CA due to engine failure
				928 (8th TFW, 435th TFS) shot down 30 mi NE of Nguyen, NVN Aug 1, 1966.  Pilot KIA
				929 (MSN 383-1217) at Lackland AFB, TX.  In Fall 2003 was expected to arrive 'soon'
					at Edwards AFB, CA.  Noted Mar 2004 on display at Southern Museum of Flight, Birmingham IAP, Alabama.
					MSN is quoted at 483-1246.
				930 w/o Mar 15, 1960 in crash 4 mi E of Moron AB, Spain
				931 w/o 24 Feb 1965 in crash near Cuddeback Lake, CA
				932 (MSN 383-1220) crashed at George AFB, CA Jun 16, 1961.  Seen
					at Van Nuys, CA as gate guard.   Noted recently at Thomas 
					P. Stafford Air and Space Museum, Weatherford, Oklahoma
				933 at Mid America Air Museum, Liberal, Kansas.
				934 1959:  TOS USAF. Assigned to 479th Tactical Fighter Wing, George AFB, CA.
					Unknown date: Deployed to Moron AFB, Spain.
					Ca.1965: Air Force Flight Test Center, Edwards AFB, CA.
					Ca.1965: TOS NASA with s/n 56-934. Used as space re-entry trainer.
					12/73: SOC NASA.
					By 1979: Displayed with Southern California Logistics Airport (formerly George AFB), Victorville, CA.
					6/92: Museum of Flight, Boeing Field, Seattle, WA. Marked as F-104A 56-0790, NASA 820, N820NA. 
				935 w/o 21 Aug 1962  over CA
				936 on display at Peterson Air and Space Museum, Colorado,marked as 56-0808.
				937 (479th TFW, 476th TFS) shot down by AAA over Tri Dao, NVN Jun 29, 1965.  Pilot ejected and was rescued by helicopter.
				938 (MSN 383-1202) was on display at WPAFB as 56-879.  On display at Kessler AFB Air Park, Mississippi
56-939/956		Cancelled contract for Lockheed RF-104A Starfighter

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