1957 USAF Serial Numbers


Last Revised October 8, 2019


57-001/013		Northrop SM-62A Snark missiles
				MSN N-3415/3427
57-014/022		Boeing B-52E-90-BO Stratofortress
				MSN 17408/17416
				014 to MASDC 1/20/67
				015 to MASDC as BC109 11/13/69 
				016 to MASDC as BC106 8/12/69.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1972.
				017 to MASDC as BC148 3/4/70.  Scrapped
				018 (MSN 17412)attached to 6th BW, Walker AFB, NM: crashed and destroyed at approx, 05:00 on Jan 30, 1963, when tail 
					snapped off in turbulence over the Sangre de Christo mountains, 10 miles northwest of Mora, NM, USA. Two fatal
				019 to MASDC in mid to late 1960s
				020 to MASDC as BC134 1/28/70.  Scrapped
				021 to MASDC as BC137 2/2/70.  Scrapped
				022 to MASDC as BC190 6/20/69.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1972.
57-023/029		Boeing B-52E-95-BO Stratofortress
				MSN 17417/17423
				023 to MASDC as BC093 6/25/69.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1972.
				024 to MASDC as BC112 11/18/69
				025 to MASDC as BC089 6/19/69.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1972.
				026 to MASDC as BC094 6/26/69.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1972.
				027 to MASDC as BC132 1/26/70.  Scrapped
				028 to MASDC 6/28/67.  Declared excess Apr 7, 1969
				029 to MASDC 1/17/67.  Declared excess Apr 7, 1969
57-030/037		Boeing B-52F-100-BO Stratofortress
				MSN 17424/17431
				030 to MASDC 12/14/67
				031 to MASDC as BC162 7/12/71
				032 to MASDC as BC264 11/17/78
				033 to MASDC as BC239 9/26/78
				034 to MASDC as BC227 9/5/78.  Named "Parker's Pride with 454th/320th BW at Andersen AFB in Mar 1966.  Scrapped
					at MASDC in Mar 1994.
				035 to MASDC as BC271 11/30/78
				036 w/o Oct 15, 1959 near Hardinsberg KY after midair collision with KC-135A 57-1513 near Hardinsbert KY.
					2 crew killed and all 4 onboard KC-135A.  Two nuclear weapons recovered.
				037 to MASDC as BC0102 7/10/69
57-038/052		Boeing B-52F-105-BO Stratofortress
				MSN 17432/17446
				038 was on display at Oklahoma City State Fairground.  The
					plane was at Joe Davies Heritage Air Park, Palmdale, California by 2007.
				039 to MASDC as BC165 7/19/71
				040 to MASDC 1/10/68
				041 crashed Oct 21, 1969 in landing accident at
					Castle AFB.  Burned out on runway.  All onboard got out safely. 
				042 converted to GB-52F ground training
					machine at Chanute AFB.  The nose is now with the
					Museum of Flying, Santa Monica, CA. 
				043 (454th BW) w/o Dec 23, 1963 after takeoff from Columbus AFB, MS.  Plane
					went into clouds shortly after takeoff and came out of the
					clouds inverted and dove into the ground.  All onboard
					killed.  Cause of accident may have been failure of
					artificial horizon.
				044 to MASDC 1/28/67
				045 to MASDC as BC241 9/28/78
				046 to MASDC as BC105 7/25/69
				047 (320th BW) w/o June 18, 1965 over Pacific after collision with 57-0179 during first *Arc Light* 
					mission.  8 killed, 4 survived the collision.
				048 to MASDC as BC225 8/31/78.  Later to Lowry AFB as 
					GB-52F ground training machine.  Cut up
					in March 1994 at Lowry AFB just before
					the base closed.  Nose section was to go
					into their museum.  Nose section seen at J. W. Duff
					Aircraft Salvage, Denver, CO in 2005.
				049 to MASDC as BC059 7/8/68
				050 seen derelict on North ramp at Andersen AFB, Guam
				051 to MASDC as BC272 12/5/78
				052 to MASDC as BC229 9/7/78
57-053/073		Boeing B-52F-110-BO Stratofortress
				MSN 17447/17467
				053 to MASDC as BC095 6/27/69
				054 to MASDC as BC100 7/9/69
				055 to MASDC as BC195 9/13/71
				056 to MASDC as BC157 4/7/71.  Scrapped at DM
				057 to MASDC as BC186 8/25/71
				058 to MASDC as BC255 10/17/78
				059 to MASDC as BC179 8/11/71
				060 to MASDC as BC169 7/26/71
				061 to MASDC as BC167 7/21/71
				062 to MASDC as BC175 8/4/71
				063 to MASDC as BC242 9/28/78
				064 to MASDC as BC173 8/2/71
				065 to MASDC as BC177 8/9/71
				066 to MASDC as BC083 6/11/69
				067 to MASDC as BC099 7/7/69.  Seen parked at Pima Air Museum Jan 1991.
				068 to MASDC 11/21/67
				069 to MASDC as BC243 10/2/78
				070 to MASDC 1/31/67
				071 (MSN 17465) converted to GB-52F ground testing machine at Sheppard AFB.  Named "City of Wichita Falls".  Not
					sure where this plane is now.  Info, anyone?
				072 to MASDC as BC265 11/21/78
				073 listed as tested to destruction on Oct 1, 1964. According to the IARC record, the aircraft was assigned to System 
					Command and station at Boeing Seattle.
57-074/094		Boeing B-52F Stratofortress 
				MSN 17468/17488.  All cancelled
57-095/109		Boeing B-52E-50-BW Stratofortress
				MSN 464084/464098
				095 to MASDC as BC110 11/14/69.  Scrapped
				096 to MASDC as BC135 1/29/70.  Scrapped
				097 to MASDC as BC133 1/27/70.  Scrapped
				098 to MASDC as BC130 1/22/70.  Scrapped
				099 to MASDC as BC136 1/30/70.  Scrapped
				100 to MASDC as BC121 1/7/70.  Scrapped
				101 to MASDC as BC067 5/20/69.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1972.
				102 to MASDC as BC070 5/23/69.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1972.
				103 to MASDC as BC119 1/5/70.  Scrapped
				104 to MASDC as BC084 6/12/69.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1972.
				105 to MASDC as BC151 3/9/70.  Scrapped
				106 to MASDC as BC153 3/11/70.  Scrapped
				107 to MASDC as BC086 6/16/69.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1972.
				108 to MASDC as BC143 2/10/70.  Scrapped
				109 to MASDC as BC068 5/19/69.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1972.
57-110/130		Boeing B-52E-55-BW Stratofortress
				MSN 464099/464119
				110 to MASDC as BC068 5/21/69.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1972.
				111 to MASDC 4/18/67.  Declared excess Apr 7, 1969
				112 to MASDC as BC142 2/9/70.  Scrapped
				113 to MASDC 1/18/67.  Declared excess Apr 7, 1969.
				114 to MASDC 1967.  Declared excess Apr 7, 1969
				115 to MASDC as BC125 1/12/70.  Scrapped
				116 to MASDC as BC088 6/18/69.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1972.
				117 to MASDC 1/11/67.  Declared excess Apr 7, 1969
				118 to MASDC as BC122 1/8/70.  Scrapped
				119 bailed to GE Flight Test Jan 1966 and converted to NB-52E as engine testbed for TF39
					and CF6.  Put in long term storage in 1972.  Decommissioned
					by GE in 1980 and towed to south end of lakebed at Rogers Dry Lake.
					Years later in 1991 it was broken up by explosive charges according
					to provisions of SALT treaty.  It seems that a Russian photo interpreter
					noticed that the plane seem to be intact and ready to go,
					and insisted that it be rendered inoperative.  Seen at Rogers Dry Lake in three pieces
				120 to MASDC as BC107 8/14/69
				121 to MASDC as BC120 1/6/70.  Scrapped
				122 to MASDC as BC073 5/28/69.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1972.
				123 to MASDC as BC146 3/2/70.  Scrapped
				124 to MASDC as BC082 6/11/69.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1972.
				125 to MASDC as BC074 5/29/69.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1972.
				126 to MASDC as BC141 2/6/70.  Scrapped
				127 to MASDC as BC092 6/24/69.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1972.
				128 to MASDC as BC124 1/12/70
				129 to MASDC as BC147 3/3/70.  Scrapped
				130 to MASDC as BC138 2/3/70.  Scrapped
57-131/138		Boeing B-52E-60-BW Stratofortress
				MSN 464120/464127
				131 to MASDC as BC150 3/6/70.  Scrapped
				132 to MASDC as BC117 12/10/69.  Scrapped
				133 to MASDC as BC062 5/13/69.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1972.
				134 crashed Mar 1, 1966 while on test flight out of Tinker AFB.  Scrapped at Tinker AFB in 1966.
				135 to MASDC as BC0063 5/14/69.  Declared excess Oct 18, 1972.
				136 to MASDC as BC128 1/20/70.  Scrapped Oct 13, 1993
				137 to MASDC 4/21/67.  Declared excess Apr 7, 1969
				138 to MASDC as BC076 6/3/69
57-139/154		Boeing B-52F-65-BW Stratofortress
				MSN 464128/464143
				139 to MASDC as BC210 5/30/73.  Was with 310th BS, 454th BW, named Lady Luck.  102 combat missions
				140 to MASDC as BC236 9/21/78
				141 to MASDC 1/4/67
				142 to MASDC as BC248 10/10/78.  Named "Chain of Thunder" with 454th/320th BW at Andersen AFB Mar 1966.
				143 to MASDC as BC164 7/14/71
				144 to MASDC 11/2/67.  Named "Mekong Express" with 454th/320th BW at Andersen AFB Mar 1966l
				145 to MASDC as BC250 10/11/78
				146 to MASDC 1/16/68
				147 to MASDC as BC224 8/30/78
				148 to MASDC as BC215 8/15/78
				149 crashed May 18, 1969 short of runway at Castle AFB.
				150 to MASDC as BC217 8/17/78
				151 to MASDC as BC193 9/8/71
				152 to MASDC as BC183 8/18/71. Named "Casper the Ghost" with 454th/320th BW at Anderson AFB Mar 1966.
					Broken up at MASDCX May 1992.
				153 to MASDC as BC201 9/22/71
				154 to MASDC 11/7/78
57-155/183		Boeing B-52F-70-BW Stratofortress
				MSN 464144/464172
				155 to MASDC as BC103 7/11/69
				156 to MASDC 1/27/67
				157 to MASDC 2/2/67
				158 to MASDC as BC060 8/7/68
				159 to MASDC as BC181 8/16/71
				160 to MASDC as BC097 7/1/69
				161 to MASDC as BC203 9/24/71
				162 to MASDC as BC197 9/15/71
				163 to MASDC as BC098 7/2/69
				164 to MASDC Apr 18, 1967.  Named "Connie's Competition" with 454th/320th BW at Andersen AFB in Mar 1966.
				165 to MASDC as BC237 9/21/78
				166 w/o 3/14/61 near Yuba City, CA after cabin pressurization failed, forcing
					descent.  Increased fuel consumption caused aircraft to run out of fuel
					before tanker rendezvous and crew abandoned the aircraft.  Two nuclear
					weapons aboard the aircraft torn from the aircraft by ground impact, but
					high explosives did not detonate.
				167 to MASDC 1/7/67
				168 to MASDC as BC209 6/29/72
				169 (MSN 464158) named "Thunder Express" with 320th BW.  To MASDC as BC257 10/20/78
				170 to MASDC as BC262 11/14/78
				171 to MASDC as BC274 12/7/78
				172 crashed Oct 9, 1969 at Castle AFB.  Pitch-up
					during overshoot resulted in loss of control.  Crashed into Ammo
					Annex and all onboard were killed.
				173 crashed 2/29/1968 off Matagorda Island, TX.  Details unknown.  Everything seemed routine until radio
					contact was lost.  There is speculation that the wing clipped
					an abberant wave while flying at low altitude.  Another possiblilty that the plane struck a seagull.
					 Another possibility is that they probably lost their main electrical buss. In a B-52, that is a 
					catastrophic failure that makes it impossible to control the stabilator trim. 
					They could have crashed almost immediately after losing stab trim. Much of the aircraft remains 
					were dredged up by shrimp boats, and much washed up on Matagorda, St. Joseph, and Padre Islands.
				174 to MASDC as BC188 8/30/71
				175 to MASDC as BC104 7/14/69
				176 to MASDC as BC101 7/9/69
				177 to MASDC as BC190 9/1/71
				178 to MASDC as BC171 7/28/71
				179 (7th BW) w/o June 18, 1965 over Pacific after
					collision with 57-0047 during first *Arc Light* mission.
				180 to MASDC as BC096 6/30/69
				181 to MASDC 6/29/67 - transferred to Boeing-
					Wichita 10/10/67 and tested to 
					destruction.
				182 to MASDC as BC199 9/20/71
				183 to MASDC as BC208 6/27/72
57-184/228		Cancelled contract for Boeing B-52F Stratofortress
57-229/246		Convair F-106A-CO Delta Dart
				MSN 8-24-18/35.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				229 crashed near Indian Springs, Nevada Apr 8, 1959.
				230 w/o Feb 1, 1985 (87th FIS) for static display.  On display at Florida ANG, Jacksonville IAP, Florida.
				231 crashed near Ewen, Michigan May 28, 1981 (87th FIS)
				232 (MSN 8-24-21) to MASDC as FN047 Apr 4, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD151).  Crashed Jun 12, 1992.
				233 shot down errant Matador SSM in 1960.  W/o Apr 12, 1963 (94th FIS)
				234 (MSN 8-24-23) to AMARC as FN152 Jul 2, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD175).  Shot down by AIM-120
					Oct 25, 1995.
				235 (MSN 8-24-24) Assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA, later the NASA 
					Ames Research Center Sep 4, 1958 to Dec 14, 1959.  Modified with gun sight tracking displays.
					To MASDC as FN093 Jul 11, 1985.  Eventually to QF-106 (AD239).  Shot down by AIM-7M Nov 16, 1994
				236 (MSN 8-24-25) to MASDC as FN090 Jun 3, 1985.  To QF-106 (AD248).  Shot down by AIM-120
					Jan 29, 1997.
				237 crashed in ocean SSW of Point Loma, California May 8, 1974 (5th FIS)
				238 modified as JF-106A by NASA for variable lift-drag ratio tests.  Crashed at Edwards AFB, California Dec 6, 1965
				239 converted to YF-106C, destroyed Apr 1960 in fatigue testing
				240 (MSN 8-24-29) converted to YF-106C.  To AMARC as FN162 Nov 23, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD251).  Shot down by
					AIM-9P Dec 2, 1993.
				241 (MSN 8-24-30) to MASDC as FN096 Aug 8, 1985.  To QF-106 (AD240).  Shot down by AIM-120
					May 8, 1996.
				242 to Convair at Edwards AFB.  Crashed Oct 27, 1958 near Edwards AFB.  Pilot ejected safely.
				243 (MSN 8-24-32) to MASDC as FN071 Apr 1, 1985.  To QF-106 (AD114).  Shot down by AIM-7M Mar 10,
					1993.
				244 (MSN 8-24-33) to MASDC as FN015 Aug 31, 1983.  To QF-106 (AD232).  Crash landing Apr 25, 1995.
				245 (MSN 8-24-34) to MASDC as FN052 Apr 5, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD117).  Shot down by AIM-120 Oct 17,
					1991.
				246 (MSN 8-24-35) to AMARC as FN128 Apr 1, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD161).  Ran off droneway Jun 29, 1993.
57-247/262		McDonnell F-101B-80-MC Voodoo
				MSN 425/440.  Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				248 to MASDC as FF116 Jul 18, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Apr 26, 1977.
				249 (445th FIS) w/o at Wurtsmigh Jun 28, 1962
				250 to MASDC as FF375 May 31, 1978
				251 to MASDC as FF134 Jul 22, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Apr 17, 1975.
				252 (MSN 430) noted in 1990 at Hill Aerospace Museum, Hill AFB, Utah
				253 to MASDC as FF180 Aug 10, 1968.  to Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Aug 22, 1977.
				254 to MASDC as FF142 Jul 23, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ Apr 8, 1975.
				255 to MASDC Jul 8, 1968.  Declared excess Sep 24, 1970.
				256 to MASDC Sep 2, 1976
				257 to MASDC as FF160 Jul 29, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Sep 19, 1977.
				258 to MASDC as FF372.
				259 to MASDC as FF094 Jul 12, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson AZ May 13, 1977
				262 to MASDC as FF086 Jul 11, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ Apr 21, 1975.
57-263			McDonnell F-101F-86-MC Voodoo
				263 (445th FIS) crashed into Saginaw Bay near Caseville, Michigan Apr 11, 1960.
57-264/266		McDonnell F-101B-85-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				264 (MSN 442) to MASDC as FF376 May 31, 1978.
				265 (MSN 443) Ca.1959: TOS USAF.
					By 1960: 322nd Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 408th Fighter Group, Kingsley Field, Klamath Falls, OR.
					6/68:  309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Center (AMARC), Davis Monthan AFB, AZ as 57-0265.
					Ca.1969: 178th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 119th Fighter Interceptor Group (ANG), North Dakota ANG, 
						Fargo, ND. 
					1978: Air Defense Weapons Center, Tyndall AFB, FL.
					1982: Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD.
					6/2000: Scrapped at Aberdeen. 
				266 (MSN 444) to MASDC as FF070 May 27, 1968.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Apr 25, 1977
57-267			McDonnell F-101F-86-MC Voodoo
57-268/270		McDonnell F-101B-85-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				268 (MSN 446) to MASDC May 22, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101008 in 1970/71.  To instructional airframe as 872B 
					Jan 22, 1987. SOC Jun 30, 1992.  Now on display at Air Force Heritage Park, 17 Wing, Winnipeg, Manitoba as 101008
				269 w/o Jun 23, 1963
				270 (MSN 448) to MASDC as FF378 Jun 2, 1978.  In the 1980s used as battle damage repair aircraft at RAF Bentwaters.
					Nose noted Dec 2000 on dump at Coventry AP, England.  This plane may have gone to Midland Air Museum, but 
					since they already had 56-0312, they had no use for this one.
57-271			McDonnell F-101F-86-MC Voodoo
				271 w/o May 11, 1962
57-272/274		McDonnell F-101B-85-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				272 (MSN 450) to to MASDC as FF322 Jan 23, 1976 
				273 (MSN 441) to MASDC Aug 1, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101009 in 1970/71.  Destroyed in hangar fire in 
					Canada  May 14, 1975
57-275			McDonnell F-101F-86-MC Voodoo
				275 (MSN 453) at Epler Field (Aux 7, Eglin Range Complex)
57-276/278		McDonnell F-101B-85-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				276 (MSN 444) to MASDC as FF175 Aug 5, 1968.  Declared excess Oc5 11, 1972.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson AZ Nov 30, 1977.
				277 noted Jan 2010 at Auxiliary Field 7/Epler, Eglin AFB, Florida
				278 (MSN 446) to MASDC as FF365 Jun 20, 1976
57-279			McDonnell F-101F-86-MC Voodoo
57-280/282		McDonnell F-101B-85-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				281 (MSN 459) to MASDC as FF321 Jan 22, 1976
				282 (MSN 460) to MASDC as FF342 Mar 31, 1976.  Now on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
57-283			McDonnell F-101F-86-MC Voodoo
				283 noted Jan 2010 at Auxiliary Field 7/Epler, Eglin AFB, Florida
57-284/286		McDonnell F-101B-85-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				286 (MSN 464) to MASDC Jun 15, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101010 in 1970/71.  To instructional airframe as 
					885B Oct 19, 1987. SOC Dec 1, 1993.
57-287			McDonnell F-101F-86-MC Voodoo
				287 (MSN 465) on display at Linear Air Park, Dyess AFB, Texas.
57-288/291		McDonnell F-101B-85-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				289 (MSN 467) to MASDC Jul 18, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101011 in 1970/71.  
					Now on display at CFB Borden, Ontario, Canada as 101011.
				290 (445th FIS) crashed near Eckerman, upper penisula of Michigan Jun 22, 1961.
				291 (MSN 469) to MASDC as FF363 Jun 22, 1976 
57-292			McDonnell F-101F-86-MC Voodoo
57-293/296		McDonnell F-101B-85-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				293 (MSN 471) to MASDC Jul 18, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101012 in 1970/71.  To instructional airframe 
					as 881B Sep 23, 1987.
				294 (MSN 472) to MASDC as FF373 Sep 2, 1976.  The plane on display as gate guard at Camp Murray, WA marked as 57-0294
					is actually 58-0330.
				295 (MSN 473) to MASDC as FF373 Aug 10, 1976
				296 (MSN 474) to MASDC Jul 17, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101013 in 1970/71.  To instructional airframe as 
					811B Aug 24, 1982. SOC Apr 3, 1991.
57-297			McDonnell F-101F-86-MC Voodoo
				MSN 475.  In November 1975 active with 178th Fighter Interceptor Squadron at Hector Field, Fargo, North Dakota. 
57-298/301		McDonnell F-101B-85-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				298 (MSN 476) to MASDC Jul 12, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101014 in 1970/71.  To instructional airframe as 829B Jul 11, 1984.
				299 (MSN 477) to MASDC Jul 14, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101015 in 1970/71. SOC Oct 20, 1989. 
					Now at Veterans Memorial Park, Levis, PQ (Quebec) as 101015.
				300 (MSN 478) to MASDC as FF367 Jul 14, 1976.  Declared excess May 31, 1978.
				301 (MSN 479) to MASDC as FF22 Jul 18, 1968.  Returned to service Jan 27, 1969.  Converted to RF-101B in 1971-72.  
					To MASDC as FF222 Apr 25, 1972.  To Kolar Inc Aug 23, 1977.
57-302			McDonnell F-101F-86-MC Voodoo
				MSN 480. to MASDC as FF323 Jan 27, 1976.   Cockpit section noted Mar 2004 at Southern Museum of Flight,
					Birmingham, AL.  Transfer to MASDC and MSN from www.amarcexperience.com
57-303/306		McDonnell F-101B-85-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				303 (MSN 481) to MASDC Jul 18, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101016 in 1970/71.  
					Crashed at Bagotville with 425th Sqn at Bagotville, PQ May 14, 1975
				304 (MSN 482) to MASDC as FF157 Jul 26, 1968.  Converted to TF-101B
				305 (MSN 483) to MASDC Jul 19, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101017 in 1970/71. (425th Sqn) crashed at Bagotville, 
					PQ, Canada Dec 1, 1977. SOC Aug 30, 1978.
				306 (MSN 484) to MASDC Jul 11, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101018 in 1970/71.  (409th Sqn) crashed 
					into sea off Vancouver Island, Canada Nov 29, 1979.
57-307			McDonnell F-101F-86-MC Voodoo
				(MSN 485) Was with 445th FIS at Wurtsmith AFB in 1968 and was by 1973 with
					North Dakota ANG.
57-308/311		McDonnell F-101B-90-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				308 converted to TF-101B.  On display at Wilmington Airport Collection, Ohio
				309 (MSN 487) to MASDC as FF132 Jul 19, 1968.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Aug 22, 1971
				310 (MSN 488) to MASDC as FF018 Mar 11, 1968.  Converted to RF-101B
				311 (MSN 489) to MASDC as FF368 Jul 19, 1976.  Declared excess May 31, 1978
57-312			McDonnell F-101F-91-MC Voodoo
57-313/316		McDonnell F-101B-90-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				313 (MSN 491) to MASDC As FF021 Mar 11, 1968.  Converted to RF-101B
				314 (MSN 492) to MASDC Jul 15, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101019 in 1970/71.  
					(409th Sqn) crashed near Vancouver, Canada Aug 12, 1973.
				315 (MSN 493) to MASDC Jul 19, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101020 in 1970/71.  
					To instructional airframe as 813B Sep 13, 1982. SOC Jul 13, 1983.
				316 (MSN 494) to MASDC as FF071 Jul 3, 1968.  Converted to RF-101B, then to TF-101B
57-317			McDonnell F-101F-91-MC Voodoo
				317 (MSN 495, TX ANG, 102nd FIW, 111th FIS) an engine exploded after takeoff and crashed N of Ellington AFB, 
					TX Oct 22, 1980. Both crew killed.
57-318/321		McDonnell F-101B-90-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				318 delivered to USAF Jul 17, 1959.  To 75th FIS at Dow AFB, ME Jul 1959,  To 412th Consolidated Logistics
					Maintenance Swuadron, Wurtsmith AFB, MI Jan 1960.  To 445th FIS, Wurtsmith AFB, MI Apr 1960.
					To Lake Carles, LA for repair of crash damage Feb 1967.  Dropped from inventory Apr 1968.
				319 w/o Feb 24, 1960
				320 (MSN 498) to MASDC as FF072 Jul 3, 1968.  converted to RF-10B, then to TF-101B
				321 (MSN 499) to MASDC May 16, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101021 in 1970/71.  To instructional airframe as 
					836B Jan 7, 1985. SOC Oct 16, 1991.  Now on display in Edmonton, Alberta as 101021
57-322			McDonnell F-101F-91-MC Voodoo
				MSN 500.  To MASDC Jul 24, 1968.   To Canadian Armed Forces as 101022 in 1970/71.  Now on display at
					McChord AFB Museum, Washington as 101022.
57-323/326		McDonnell F-101B-90-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				323 (MSN 501) to MASDC Aug 6, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101023 in 1970/71.  (409th Sqn) crashed near
					Chatham, Canada Jan 14, 1978.  SOC Oct 10, 1978.
				324 Canadian Armed Forces as 101024.  To instructional airframe as 826B Jul 5, 1984. SOC Jun 27, 1991.  Now at Tyndall 
					Air Park, FL as 57-0324
				326 (MSN 504) converted to RF-10B.  To MASDC as FF151 Jul 24, 1968. To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Aut 22, 1977.
57-327			McDonnell F-101F-91-MC Voodoo
57-328/331		McDonnell F-101B-90-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				328 converted to TF-101B
				329 (MSN 507) to MASDC as FF084 Jul 10, 1968.  To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ Apr 18, 1975.
				331 (MSN 509) converted to RF-101B.  To MASDC as FF020 Mar 11, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ
					Apr 29, 1977.
57-332			McDonnell F-101F-91-MC Voodoo
				MSN 510.  To MASDC Jul 23, 1968.  Was at one time on display at Tyndall AFB, FL, no longer there by 2005.  
					Reported to be at Evergreen, at Marana, AZ.  Transfer to MASDC and MSN from www.amarcexperience.com
57-333/336		McDonnell F-101B-90-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				333 (MSN 511) to MASDC as FF169 Jul 31, 1968.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ May 20, 1977.
				334 (MSN 512) to MASDC Jul 16, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101025 in 1970/71.  Now on display at National
					Aviation Museum, Canada as 101025
				335 (MSN 513) converted to RF-101B.  To MASDC as FF110 Jul 17, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  
					To Kolar Inc Tucson, AZ Apr 25, 1977.
				336 (MSN 514) converted to RF-101B.  To MASDC as FF049 May 22, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  To Consolidated, 
					Tucson, AZ Apr 11, 1975.
57-337			McDonnell F-101F-91-MC Voodoo
57-338/341		McDonnell F-101B-90-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				338 (MSN 516) converted to RF-101B.  To MASDC as FF019 Mar 11, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  
					To Kolar, Inc, Tucson, AZ Nov 30, 1977.
				339 (MSN 517) converted to RF-101B.  To MASDC as FF061 May 29, 1968.  To Kolar, Inc, Tucson, AZ Apr 26, 1977
				340 (MSN 518) to MASDC Jul 15, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101026 in 1970/71.   (410th Sqn) crashed NE of 
					Chatham, Canada Apr 19, 1982.  A plane preserved in National Aviation Museum, Ottawa, Ontario marked as 101026.   
				341 (MSN 519) to MASDC Jul 17, 1968. To Canadian Armed Forces as 101027 in 1970/71.  
					Now on display at CFB Bagotville, Quebec as 101027.
57-342			McDonnell F-101F-91-MC Voodoo
				MSN 520.  Was formerly with the Florida Military Aviation Museum at 
					Clearwater-St Petersburg Airport , but when museum closed
					was moved to outside storage.  Placed on indefinite loan
					to MAPS Air Museum, North Canton, Ohio for restoration.  Now carries tail markings of 57-0276.
57-343/346		McDonnell F-101B-90-MC Voodoo  
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				343 (MSN 521) converted to RF-101B.  To MASDC as FF109 Jul 17, 1968.  To Kolar Ind, Tucson, AZ May 11, 1977.
				344 (MSN 522) to MASDC as FF087 Jul 11, 1968.
				345 (MSN 523) w/o Feb 9, 1961
				346 (MSN 524) to MASDC Jul 18, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101028 in 1970/71.  To instructional airframe 
					as 831B Aug 13, 1984. SOC Apr 10, 1992.  Now on display at Preservation Park, Hillsborougn, NB as 101028.
57-347			McDonnell F-101F-91-MC Voodoo
57-348/351		McDonnell F-101B-90-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				348 (MSN 526) to MASDC Sep 30, 1968.  Stored at Swabisches Bauern and Technik Museum.
				350 (MSN 528) converted to RF-101B.  To MASDC as FF113 Jul 17, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  To Kolar, Inc,
					Tucson, AZ Apr 26, 1977.
				351 (MSN 529) to MASDC Jul 17, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101029 in 1970/71. (416th Sqn) crashed after a 
					wake encounter caused contoller pitch up at low altitude in Canada Sep 15, 1983. Both crew ejected 
					safely. SOC Feb 15, 1984.
57-352			McDonnell F-101F-91-MC Voodoo
57-353/356		McDonnell F-101B-90-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				353 (MSN 531) to MASDC as FF144 Jul 23, 1968.  To NWC China Lake May 6, 1975.
				354 (MSN 532) to MASDC Jul 23, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101030 in 1970/71.  To instructional airframe as 
					827B Jul 11, 1984. SOC May 15, 1990.  Now on display at CFB Comox, British Columbia as 101030.
57-357			McDonnell F-101F-91-MC Voodoo
57-358/364		McDonnell F-101B-95-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				358 (MSN 536) to MASDC Jul 12, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101031 Oct 21, 1970. To
					instructional airframe as 882B Sep 23, 1987. SOC Dec 1, 1993.
				359 (MSN 537) to MASDC Jul 23, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101032 in 1970/71.  SOC Jul 5, 1984.  is on 
					display at CFB Edmonton marked as 17425
				360 (MSN 538) to MASDC Jul 12, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101033 in 1970/71.  Crashed at 
					Bagotville, PQ, Canada Sep 26, 1980. SOC Sep 30, 1983.
				361 converted to RF-101B
				362 (MSN 540) to MASDC May 22, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101034 in 1970/71.  SOC Jun 25, 1986.  Now at Western 
					Canada Aviation Museum, Winnipeg, Manitoba as 101034
				363 (MSN 541) to MASDC Aug 5, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101035 in 1970/71.  to instructional airframe 
					as 873B May 20, 1987. SOC Jun 10, 1992. Now on display at Abbotsford, British Columbia as 101035
				364 (MSN 542) to MASDC Jul 15, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101036 Jul 14, 1971. To instructional airframe as 883B 
						Sep 23, 1987. SOC Dec 1, 1993.
57-365			McDonnell F-101F-96-MC Voodoo
57-366/371		McDonnell F-101B-95-MC Voodoo
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				366 (MSN 544) to MASDC as FF031 May 13, 1968.  to Canadian Armed Forces as 101037 Dec 2, 1970.  To instructional 
					airframe as 833B Sep 25, 1984.  SOC Jun 21, 1990.  Now on display at Slemon Park, Summerside, PEI as 101037.
				367 (MSN 545) converted to RF-101B.  To MASDC as FF107 Jul 16, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  To Consolidated,
					Tucson, AZ Apr 18, 1975.
				368 (MSN 546) to MASDC May 29, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101038 in 1970/71.  Now on display at 
					Reynolds Museum, Wetaskiwin, Alberta as 101038.
				369 (MSN 547) to MASDC Jul 19, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101039 in 1970/71.   (409th Sqn) crashed at 
					CFB Comox, BC, Canada Jul 4, 1975. SOC Nov 8, 1976.
				370 (MSN 548)
57-372			McDonnell F-101F-96-MC Voodoo
57-373/378		McDonnell F-101B-95-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				373 (MSN 551) to MASDC May 16, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101040 in 1970/71.  To instructional airframe 
					as 816B May 9, 1983. SOC Mar 9, 1997.  Now on display at Royal Canadian Air Force Memorial Museum, 
					CFB Trenton, Ontario as 101040.
				374 (MSN 552) to MASDC Jul 22, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101041 at Bangor, Maine.  SOC Aug 14, 1984. Flypast 
					reports this plane as painted as 57-0377.  Reported on display at Maine ANG, Bangor, Maine
				375 (MSN 553) to MASDC Jul 14, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101042.  To instructional airframe as 825B 
					Jun 18, 1984. SOC Jul 5, 1984.  Now on display at CFB Gagetown
				377 (MSN 555) to MASDC Jul 30, 1968.  Returned to service.  Back to MASDC as FF360 May 11, 1976
				378 (MSN 556) to MASDC as FF166 Jul 30, 1968.  Declared excess Feb 4, 1974.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Aug 22, 1977.
57-379			McDonnell F-101F-96-MC Voodoo
57-380/385		McDonnell F-101B-95-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				380 (MSN 558) to MASDC Mar 14, 1968 as FF032.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101043 in 1970/71. SOC May 24, 1985.  Now at 
					Atlantic Canada Aviation Museum, Halifax, Nova Scotia
				381 (MSN 559) to MASDC Jul 18, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101044 in 1970/71. SOC Jul 6, 1984.  Now on display at 
					NORAD Visitors Center Peterson AFB, Colorado as 101044.
				382 (MSN 560) to MASDC Jul 19, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101045 in 1970/71.  SOC Sep 25, 1984.  Formerly 
					mounted on pole on former CFB Uplands near Ottawa International Airport, Canada.  Was due to
					be moved to Diefenbunker Museum, Carp, Ontario, but went instead to Canadian Warplane Heritage in 
					Hamilton, Ontario.  It is there now.
				383 w/o Apr 5, 1963
				384 (MSN 562) to MASDC Jul 24, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101046 Jul 6, 1971. To instructional airframe as 
					817B May 9, 1983.  SOC Feb 12, 1990. On display at Air Cadet Camp, CFB Trenton, Ontario as 101046.
				385 (MSN 563) to MASDC as FF067 Jun 12, 1968.  Declared excess Feb 4, 1974.  To Kolar, Inc, Tucson, AZ Dec 1, 1977.
57-386			McDonnell F-101F-96-MC Voodoo
57-387/392		McDonnell F-101B-95-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				387 (MSN 565) converted to RF-101B.  To MASDC as FF-054 May 25, 1968.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Sep 19, 1977.
				388 (MSN 566) to MASDC Jul 16, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101047 in Mar 11, 1971.  To instructional airframe 
					as 818B May 9, 1983.  SOC Oct 25, 1984.
				390 (MSN 568) to MASDC as FF047 May 23, 1968.  Declared excess Feb 4, 1974.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Sep 20, 1977.
				391 (MSN 569) to MASDC May 22, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101048 in Jan 7, 1971.  To instructional airframe as 830B Jul 11, 1984.
				392 (MSN 570) to MASDC as FF017 Mar 7, 1968.  Declared excess Feb 4, 1974.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Aug 23, 1977.
57-393			McDonnell F-101F-96-MC Voodoo
				MSN 571.  Stored at El Dorado Aircraft Supplies
57-394/399		McDonnell F-101B-95-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				394 (MSN 572) to MASDC as FF024 Mar 12, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Apr 25, 1977.
				395 (MSN 573) to MASDC as FF055 May 25, 1969.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101049 in 1970/71. (416th Sqn) crashed near 
					Gander, Newfoundland, Canada Jul 7, 1973
				396 (MSN 574) to MASDC May 29, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101050 in 1970/71.  To instructional airframe as 
					842B Feb 1, 1985.
				397 (MSN 575) to MASDC as FF057 May 27, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ   
				398 (MSN 576) to MASDC May 16, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101051 Aug 26, 1971.  To instructional airframe as 
					815B May 4, 1983.  SOC Oct 31, 1991.  On display in Thetford-Mines, Quebec, Canada with CAF serial 101051.
				399 w/o Sep 26, 1963
57-400			McDonnell F-101F-96-MC Voodoo
				MSN 578.  To MASDC Jul 19, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101052 Mar 11, 1971.  To instructional airframe as 828B 
					Jul 11, 1984. SOC Oct 31, 1991.  Was on display at Canadian Museum of Flight and Transportation, Langley, BC.
					as 101052.  No longer listed as being there.  Transfer to MASDC and MSN from www.amarcexperience.com
57-401/406		McDonnell F-101B-95-MC Voodoo
				MSN 579/584.  Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				401 (75th FIS) crashed on Bald Mountain, Dedham, ME Apr 11, 1961 during intercept
					mission.  Both crew killed.  Cause might have been incorrectly set field
					elevation.
				402 (MSN 580) converted to RF-101B.  To MASDC as FF164 Jul 30, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  To Consolidated,
					Tucson, AZ Apr 21, 1975.
				403 (MSN 581) converted to RF-101B.  To MASDC as FF016 Mar 7, 1968.  Declared excess Feb 4, 1974.  To Kolar, Inc, Tucson,
					AZ May 11, 1977.
				404 (MSN 582) converted to RF-101B.  To MASDC as FF025 Mar 15, 1968.  To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ Apr 18, 1975.
				405 (75th FIS) crashed near Macwahoc Village, ME Nov 14, 1962 when entered flat
					spin.  Crew ejected, but the pilot ejected outside the envelope and was killed.
				406 (MSN 584) converted to RF-101B.  To MASDC as FF140 Jul 13, 1968.  To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ Apr 14, 1975.
57-407			McDonnell F-101F-96-MC Voodoo
57-408/413		McDonnell F-101B-100-MC Voodoo
				MSN 586/591.  Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				408 (MSN 586) to MASDC Uul 12, 1968.  Returned to service.  Back to MASDC as FF359 May 10, 1976.
				409 (MSN 587) to MASDC Jan 7, 1970.
				410 (MSN 588) converted to JF-101B experimental and test aircraft, never served with ADC.  To MASDC May 26, 1970.  
					Released to Colorado State University Feb 19, 1971 for use in
					National Science Foundation-sponsored research in the Severe
					Storm Penetration Program, civil registration N8234.  To Combat Air Museum, Topeka, KS in 1984.
					Still there Oct 2006.  N8234 registration cancelled Feb 27, 2013
				411 (MSN 589) to MASDC Jul 16 1968.  Returned to service.  Back to MASDC as FF348 Apr 25, 1976
				412 (MSN 590) converted to RF-101B.  To MASDC as FF066 Jun 7, 1968.  Returned to service.  
					Preserved at Castle AFB, California.
				413 (MSN 591) to MASDC as FF345 Apr 4, 1976.  Declared excess May 31, 1978.
57-414			McDonnell F-101F-101-MC Voodoo
57-415/420		McDonnell F-101B-100-MC Voodoo
				415 (MSN 593) converted to RF-101B.  To MASDC May 15, 1968.  Returned to service.
				416 (MSN 594) to MASDC as FF030 May 13, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ Apr 15, 1975.
				417 (MSN 595) converted to RF-101B.  To MASDC as FF015 Mar 8, 1968.  Returned to service.  On display at Callaway, Florida
				418 (MSN 596) to MASDC Jul 9, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101053 Jan 21, 1971.  SOC Nov 9, 1984.  Now on 
					display at CFB Chatham, New Brunswick as 101053.
				420 (MSN 598) to MASDC Jul 10, 1968 as FF081.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101054 Dec 11, 1970.  SOC Jul 15, 1984.  Now on 
					display at CFB North Bay (North Bay Airport) as 101067.
57-421			McDonnell F-101F-101-MC Voodoo
				MSN 599.  To MASDC as FF280 Sep 7, 1972.  Declared excess Feb 4, 1974.   Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from 
					www.amarcexperience.com
57-422/427		McDonnell F-101B-100-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				422 (MSN 600) converted to RF-101B.  To MASDC as FF023 Mar 2, 1968.  Returned to service. Back to MASDC as FF351
					Apr 20, 1976.
				423 (MSN 601) converted to RF-101B.  To MASDC Jul 25, 1968.  Returned to service.  Back to MASDC as FF310 Dec 19, 1975.
				424 (MSN 602) to MASDC May 22, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101055 Jul 8, 1971.  416th Sqn) crashed on 
					landing at Ottawa, Canada Feb 19, 1980. Both crew killed.
				425 crashed at Oxnard AFB in 1963
				426 (MSN 604) to MASDC May 23, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101056 Mar 22, 1971.   To instructional airframe as 
					839B Jan 7, 1985.  SOC Aug 6, 1985. Now on display at CFB Cold Lake, Alberta as 101056.
				427 on display at Aerospace Museum of California, McClellan AFB, California
57-428			McDonnell F-101F-101-MC Voodoo
57-429/448		McDonnell F-101B-100-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				429 (MSN 607) to MASDC Jul 9, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101057 Sep 1, 1971. SOC Jul 12, 1984.  Now on 
					display at CFB Comox, British Columbia as 101057.
				430 (MSN 608) converted to RF-101B. To MASDC Mar 15, 1968.  Returned to service Apr 6, 1972.  
					In 2011 was in front of American Legion Post 4 in Mt Clemens, Michigan
				431 (MSN 609) to MASDC May 22, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101058 1970/71.  To instructional airframe as 
					884B Sep 23, 1987. SOC Dec 1, 1993
				432 (MSN 610) to MASDC May 17, 1968 as FF037.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101059 1970/71.  To instructional airframe as 
					841B Jan 7, 1985..
				433 (MSN 611) to MASDC May 16, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101060 1970/71.  To instructional airframe as 
					837B Jan 7, 1985. SOC Jun 27, 1991.  Now on display at Alberta Aviation Museum, Edmonton, Alberta as 101060.
				434 (MSN 612) to MASDC Apr 26, 1971.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101061 1970/71.  (Hawks) crashed into sea during 
					practice off Canada Jul 5, 1976. Both crew killed.
				435 (MSN 613) to MASDC as FF053 May 24, 1968.  Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  To Kolar Inc Tucson, AZ Apr 21, 1977.
				436 (MSN 614) to MASDC Jul 19, 1968.  Returned to service May 19, 1972.  Back to MASDC as FF0402 Sep 21, 1981.  
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.   In 2015 was on AMARC Celebrity Row
				438 on pole at Gulf Coast Community College, Panama City, FL. Not sure if it is the original since I have
					a report that 438 collided in midair with 57-436 near San Francisco in 1965.  One of the two planes
					crashed, one landed safely, not sure which.
				440 (MSN 618) appeared in the movie "The Russians Are Coming/The Russians Are Coming".  To MASDC as FF038 May 20, 1968.
					Declared excess Oct 11, 1972.  To Kolar Inc, Tucson, AZ Sep 19, 1977.
				441 (MSN 619) to MASDC May 22, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101062 1970/71.  (425th Sqn) crashed at 
					Bagotville, PQ, Canada Feb 14, 1973. SOC Dec 6, 1973.
				442 (MSN 620) to MASDC May 23, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101063 1970/71.  To instructional airframe as 832B 
					Sep 25, 1984. SOC Aug 13, 1993.  On display at CFB Shearwater.  Still there in 2009
				443 (MSN 621) to MASDC May 23, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101064 1970/71.  To instructional airframe as 
					840B Jan 7, 1985.
				444 (MSN 622) to MASDC May 23, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101065 1970/71.  SOC Aug 1, 1989.  Now on display at 
					North Atlantic Aviation Museum, Gander, Newfoundland as 101065.
57-449			McDonnell F-101F-101-MC Voodoo
				crashed at Holloman AFB
57-450/452		McDonnell F-101B-100-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				450 (MSN 628) to MASDC as FF314 Jan 5, 1976.  Declared excess May 31, 1978
				451 (MSN 629) to MASDC May 22, 1968.  To Canadian Armed Forces as 101066 Mar 23, 1971.  To instructional airframe 
					as 885B Oct 19, 1987. SOC Dec 1, 1993.
				452 (MSN 630) to MASDC as FF369 Jun 30, 1976.  Declared excess May 31, 1978.
57-453/483		Lockheed C-130A-45-LM Hercules
				MSN 182-3160/3190
				453 (MSN 182-3160) named "Nite Train to Memphis" with 155th TAS of Tennessee AANG
					in Oct 1991.  to AMARC as CF102 Dec 9, 1991.  Withdrawn from storage and restored to 
					resemble 56-528 which was shot down over Soviet Armenia Sept 2, 1958.  Displayed at 
					National Vigilance Park, near National Security Agency, Fort Meade, Maryland.
				454 (MSN 182-3161) crashed near Imlay City, MI Jul 26, 1975.
					6 killed. (ASN)
				455 (MSN 182-3162) to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-393.  WFU Dec 2001 and broken up
				456 (MSN 182-3163) to AMARC as CF076 Aug 18, 1987.  Seen in DMI Aviation yard
					8/28/2000.
				457 (MSN 182-3164) to AMARC as CF083 Mar 27, 1990.  On display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
				458 (MSN 182-3165) to AMARC as CF074 Aug 12, 1987
				459 (MSN 182-3166) to Hawkins and Powers Aviation as N135HP
				460 (MSN 182-3167) sold to South Vietnam, later returned.  On 3 April 1975, 1st Lt Pham-Quang-Khiem and Major 
					Nguyen Huu Canh stole this C-130 to get his family out of Vietnam, flying to Singapore.   To NASM Museum.  Noted
					Dec 2005 at Udvar-Hazy Center of NASM, Chantilly, VA.
				461 (MSN 182-3168) converted to DC-130A.  To MASDC as CF026 Jan 1, 1979.  To Navy registry as 2G0001
					Mar 15, 1979.  To US Navy as 570461.  Withdrawn from use at NAS China Lake and SOC Jan 8, 2003
				462 (MSN 182-3169) to MASDC as CF006 May 20, 1976.  To MacDill as ground trainer (fuselage only)
				463 (MSN 182-3170) to AMARC as CF103 Jan 7, 1992.  Seen in DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.
				464 (MSN 182-3171) seen at Camp McCoy, WI in use as loading trainer with wings removed.
				465 (MSN 182-3172) sold to South Vietnam AF.  W/o Apr 1975.
				466 (MSN 182-3173) with TBM Inc, Redmond, OR as N466TM
				467 (MSN 182-3174) hit bulldozer on takeoff Dak To, South Vietnam Oct 12, 1967.  4 crew OK, but the driver
					of the bulldozer was killed.
				468 (MSN 182-3175) crashed on takeoff at Ashiya, Japan May 20, 1959.  1 crew killed, plus 9 on the ground.
				469 (MSN 182-3176) to ground trainer at Pitt AFRES base.
				470 (MSN 182-3177) to Air America as 704 in 1965, returned to USAF Nov 1970.  to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-396.  
					Received alternate civilian registration OB-1395 in 1987. Scrapped at Lima Dec 2001. Cockpit preserved, 
					on display at Peruvian Air Force Group 8 base, Lima international airport
				471 (MSN 182-3178) to 166th Delaware ANG Apr 1971.  To 139th TAG Oct 1985.  To GC-130 ground trainer at Sheppard AFB
				472 (MSN 182-3179) sold to South Vietnam, later returned.   To ground trainer at Ft Bragg.
					to MASDC as CF003 Mar 6, 1976.  
				473 (MSN 182-3180) converted to C-130D, back to C-130A.  Sold to Chad AF as 
					TT-PAD.  To Portuguese AF
				474 (MSN 182-3181) converted to C-130D, back to C-130A.  Sold to Bolivian AF as TAM 61
				475 (MSN 182-3182, 6315 OGP) crashed into mountain, Korat, Thailand Apr 24, 1965.
					6 killed.
				476 (MSN 182-3183) sold to Honduras AF as FAH 559.  W/o Mar 1991.
				477 (MSN 182-3184) on ramp at Savannah IAP, Georgia as ground trainer.
				478 (MSN 182-3185) fuselage on display at Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins AFB, Georgia.
				479 (MSN 182-3186) to TBM INC of Redmond, OR as N479TM
				480 (MSN 182-3187) sold to Bolivia as TAM 62 in 1988.  One engine failed on takeoff and crashed at 
					Guayaramerin, Bolivia Dec 21, 1989. 23 killed.
				481 (MSN 182-3188) sold to Bolivian AF as TAM 63
				482 (MSN 182-3189) to N8026J, to Hawkins and Powers Aviation as N133HP Mar 1989.  Noted stored at Coolidge
					MAP, Arizona.
				483 (MSN 182-3190) to MASDC as CF0065
57-484/495		Lockheed C-130D-LM Hercules
				MSN 182-3191/3202.  Originally C-130A, all converted to C-130D.
				484 (MSN 182-3191) Delaware ANG had possession for about 2 months.  To MASDC as CF047.  To Peruvian Air Force 
					as FAP-383.  Broken up by Aug 1993
				485 (MSN 182-3192) deployed to Antarctica in OP ICE FLOW Jan/Feb 1960, name "Snowshoe".  Landed at South
					Pole, Byrd, and McMurdo Stations.  With Delaware ANG Jun-Oct 1975.To MASDC as CF011 May 25, 1976.  Now on display at 
					Minnesota ANG Museum, St Paul, Minnesota, painted as 55-0016, which was lost in Vietnam
				486 (MSN 182-3193) Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA 1958.
					Deployed to Antarctica OP ICE FLOW Jan/Feb 1960, named "Great Dane".  Landed at South Pole, Byrd,
					and McMurdo stations.  Converted to GC-130D ground trainer at Sheppard AFB.
				487 (MSN 182-3194) deployed to Antarctica OP ICE FLOW Jan/Feb 1960.  Landed at South Pole, Byrd,
					and McMurdo stations. Named :Sustlin Husky" wih Alaskan Air Command in Sep 1968.
					Sold to Honduras as FAH 556.  Crashed near Wampusirpi, Honduras Aug 14, 1986
				488 (MSN 182-3195) deployed to Antarctica OP ICE FLOW Jan/Feb 1960.  Landed at South Pole, Byrd,
					and McMurdo stations.  To MASDC as CF016 Jun 2, 1976.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				489 (MSN 182-3196) at Sheppard AFB, TX Feb 1992 as GC-130D ground trainer.
				490 (MSN 182-3197) converted to GC-130D.  Now on display at Stratton ANGB, Scotia, New York.  
				491 (MSN 182-3198) to MASDC as CF048.  Was at one time ski-equipped and flew supply missions to DEW
					line radar stations in 1960s.  To Peruvian Air Force as FAP-399.  
					WFU by Apr 1990 and broken up by Aug 1993.  
				492 (MSN 182-3199) deployed to Antarctica OP ICE FLOW Jan/Feb 1960.  Landed at South Pole, Byrd,
					and McMurdo stations.  Was at one time ski-equipped and flew supply missions to DEW line radar stations in 
					1960s.  To AMARC as CF046 Apr 4, 1985.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  
				493 (MSN 182-3200) deployed to Antarctica OP ICE FLOW Jan/Feb 1960.  Landed at South Pole, Byrd,
					and McMurdo stations.  to MASDC as CF042 Feb 22, 1985.  Now on display at Pima Air and 
					Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
				494 (MSN 182-3201) to MASDC as CF040 Feb 15, 1985.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Was at one time 
					ski-equipped and flew supply missions to DEW line radar stations in 1960s.
				495 (MSN 182-3202) deployed to Antarctica OP ICE FLOW Jan/Feb 1960, named "Frozen Assets".  First C-130 to
					land at South Pole.  Also landed at Byrd and McMurdo stations.  Crashed during landing on radar site on
					Greenland ice cap June 5, 1972.  One on ground killed.
57-496/497		Lockheed C-130A-45-LM Hercules
				MSN 182-3203/3204.
				496 (MSN 182-3203) converted to DC-130A.  To US Navy as 570496.  To MASDC as 2G0055 Jun 27, 2007.
				497 (MSN 182-3204) converted to DC-130A.  To MASDC as CF024 Jan 8, 1979.  To US Navy Mar 13, 1979
					as 570497.  Still configured as DC-130A.  As USN 570497 was oldest C-130 in US military service, 
					was due to be replaced Spring 2006.  To AMARC as 2G0055 Jun 27, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory 
					Jul 1, 2008.  In 2015 was on AMARC Celebrity Row.
57-498/509		Lockheed C-130A-50-LM Hercules
				MSN 182-3205/3216
				For RAAF as A97-205/A97-216
					A97-205 (57-498, MSN 182-3205) call sign VM-JLA.  Delivered Nov 8, 1958, to 86 Wing, 
						36 Sqn, 486 Sqn. Jul 3, 1978 for sale at Laverton, registered N22660 (Not Taken Up) 
						May 24, 1978 for Global Jet Sales/Parmax of Fort Worth, Texas., registered N205FA 
						Sep 1978.  Fuselage to Holsworth Army Barracks Mar 1989.
					A97-206 (57-499, MSN 182-3206) callsign VM-JLB.  To 86 Wing, 36 Sqn, 486 Sqn.
						Mar 21, 1978 for sale at Laverton, N22669 (Not Taken Up) May 24, 1978 for Global 
						Jet Sales/Parmax of Fort Worth, Texas.  Still located in 21 Sqn hangers at
						Laverton on Jan 29, 1987.  Registered to Aboitz Air Transport, Philippines as RP-R3206,
						RP-C3206 Jul 1988.  Reported now broken up for spares.
					A97-207 (57-500, MSN 182-3207) callsign VM-JLC.  Delivered Nov 25, 1958 at cost of 
						$1,066,922 to 86 wing, 36 Sqn, (Jul 4, 1968 an ultrasonic inspection after being 
						spun 6 times during a demonstration of stalls and spins. The aircraft flew 20 knots 
						slower than the rest of the fleet and it was suspected the tail plane was slightly bent). 
						To 486 Sqn.  Registered N2267B (Not Taken Up) May 24, 1978 for Global Jet Sales/Parmax 
						of Fort Worth, Texas.  Registered N22FV Nov 27, 1985.  To Liberia as EL-ALM for 
						use for relief flights for International Red Cross.  Stored at Avalon Vic Dec 5, 1986.  
						To Laverton Jan 1987.  Registered N207GM Mar 1989.  To Lockheed Nov 1992 and put into 
						storage.  Broken up at OGMA ÐIndustria Aeronautica De Portugal, SA Oficinas Gerais 
						De Material, Aeronautico.
					A97-208 (57-501, MSN 182-3208) callsign VM-JLD.  Delivered Aug 12, 1958. To 86 Wing, to 36 Sqn, 
						to 486 Sqn.   Registered N2267N (NTU) for Global Jet
						Sales/Parmax of Fort Worth, TX.  Seen at Avalon as HK-3017X, later as SH-3017, but
						then deleted.  Sold to French government Sep 4, 1983 and left Australia, registered
						N4445V Sep 23, 1983.  Then to Chad AF at TT-PAA Dec 13, 1983
					A97-209 (57-502, MSN 182-3209) call sign VM-JLG, delivered Nov 20, 1958.  To 86 Wing.
						Registered N2267P (Not Taken Up) May 24, 1978 for Global Jet Sales/Parmax of Fort Worth, 
						Texas.  Fuselage used for Loadmaster training at RAAF Richmond. Destroyed Dec 3, 2001 in 
						a freak storm at RAAF Richmond after being blown over and moving 20 meters, 
						later scrapped.  The remains of the airframe have been buried at RAAF Richmond.
					A97-210 (57-503, MSN 182-3210) call sign VM-JLH, delivered Jan 5, 1959. Registered 
						N2267U (Not Taken Up) May 24, 1978 for Global Jet Sales/Parmax of Fort Worth, 
						Texas. Registered N12FV Feb 21, 1986.  Returned to Australian Government, Oct 24, 1986. 
						Registered RP-R3210, later registered RP-C3210 Jul 1988 to Aboitz Air Transport in the Philippines. 
						Reported now broken up for spares.
					A97-211 (57-504, MSN 182-3211) call sign VM-JLJ, delivered Jan 5, 1959.  Registered 
						N2267W (Not Taken Up) May 24, 1978 for Global Jet Sales/Parmax of Fort Worth, Texas. 
						Registered N5394L Jul 1984.  Returned to Australia.  Registered to Aboitz Air Transport RP-C3211 Jul 1988. 
						Seen in Manila with no engines, Mar 8, 1991.  Reported now broken up for spares.
					A97-212 (57-505, MSN 182-3212) call sign VM-JLK, delivered Jan 5, 1959.  Registered as 
						N2268A (Not Taken Up) May 24, 1978 for Global Jet Sales/Parmax of Fort Worth, Texas. 
						Seen at Laverton painted as HK-3016X and later SH-3016 Jun 1983 but later deleted. 
						Registered N13FV Feb 1985, registered N213DW Mar 1989, registered N130PS Apr 1995. 
						Currently believed operating as a skydiving aircraft by Cherry Aviation Services in the 
						USA as N131EC.
					A97-213 (57-506, MSN 182-3213) call sign VM-JLL, delivered Jan 5, 1959.  Registered as 
						N2268G (Not Taken Up) May 24, 1978 for Global Jet Sales/Parmax of Fort Worth, Texas. 
						Returned to Australia.  Registered as RP-C3213 Jul 1988 to Aboitz Air Transport in the Philippines. 
						Reported now broken up for spares.
					A97-214 (57-507, MSN 182-3214) call sign VM-JLM, delivered Mar 3, 1959.  Registered as 
						N2268N (Not Taken Up) May 24, 1978 for Global Jet Sales/Parmax of Fort Worth, Texas. 
						Trucked from Laverton to RAAF Museum at Point Cook, VIC.
					A97-215 (57-508, MSN 182-3215) call sign VM-JLN, delivered Mar 3, 1959.  Registered as 
						N2268V (Not Taken Up) May 24, 1978 for Global Jet Sales/Parmax of Fort Worth, Texas.  
						Sep 25, 1978 struck off charge by the RAAF.  Oct 4, 1983 registered to Ford & Vlahos of San 
						Francisco as N4469P.  Dec 2, 1983 leased to Hayes Industries at Birmingham, 
						Alabama.  Apr 1, 1986 to ITT Commercial Finance Corp, St Louis Missouri.  Apr 7, 1987 
						as N4469P with Herc Airlift Corp. named 'Leanne Marie' in Chandler, AZ. Jun 1988 
						to African Air Trans Inc. Miami, FL. Jan 1989 to African Cargo Inc. Miami, FL. 
						Mar 1995 to Zotti Group Aviation Inc. Miami, FL still as N4469P.  Dec 1996 
						registered to Airline Marketing Consultants, Miami, FL. Late 1997 broken up 
						at Fort Lauderdale, FL for spares.
					A97-216 (57-509, MSN 182-3216) call sign VM-JLP, delivered Mar 3, 1959.  Registered 
						N2268W (Not Taken Up) May 24, 1978 for Global Jet Sales/Parmax of Fort Worth, Texas. 
						Registered HK-3017X Jun 1983, but sale to Columbia vetoed by US authorities.  Registered 
						N15FV Feb 1985.  Registered N216CR Mar 1989. Mar 14, 1993 flown to Lockheed and put into 
						storage.  Later broken up at OGMA ÐIndustria Aeronautica De Portugal, S.A. 
						Oficinas Gerais De Material, Aeronautico.
57-510/524		Lockheed RC-130A-55-LM Hercules
				MSN 182-3217/3231.
				All deconverted to C-130A except 523 which was converted to DC-130A. 
				510 (MSN 182-3217) to Mexican AF as 10610.  Was presidential support aircraft
					by Oct 1993.  Crashed Sep 17, 1999 in mountains 80 km NE of Mexico City
				511 (MSN 182-3218) Ca. 1958: TOS USAF and assigned to 1370th Photo-Mapping Wing, Turner AFB, GA.  
					5/66: Unit moved to Forbes AFB, KS. Served duty in Vietnam. 
					Unknown date: 9th Weather Reconnaissance Wing, Keesler AFB, MS. 
					Unknown date: Converted to C-130A. 
					Unknown date: 118th Tactical Airlift Wing, Tennessee ANG, Berry Field ANG Base, Nashville, TN. 
					1971: 143rd Tactical Airlift Group, Rhode Island ANG, Quonset Point ANG Station, RI. 
					By 10/88: 186th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 120th Airlift Wing, Montana ANG, Great Falls AFB, MT. 
					6/89: Hawkins & Powers, Greybull, WY with c/r N134HP.  
					9/27/05: Pride Capital Group, LLC, Deerfield, IL. 
					2006: Unknown owner in Oakland Park, FL, aircraft remained at Greybull. 
					By 7/16: Museum of Flight and Aerial Firefighting, Greybull, WY.
				512 (MSN 182-3219) to International Air Response, Chandler, AZ as N118TG tanker aircraft
				513 (MSN 182-3220) with Hawkins and Powers Aviation of Greybull, WY as N8230H
				514 (MSN 182-3221) As RC-130A served with 1st ACGS attached to 53rd  WRS at Keesler AFB in 1961 and 1962. 
					Named "Miassis Dragon"  with 127th TFW, Michigan ANG in Jun 1989.  On display at Selfridge 
					ANG Museum, Michigan.
				515 (MSN 182-3222) converted back to RC-130A.  Assigned to Aerospace Cartographic and Geodetic Service, noted
					1971.   To ground trainer at Eglin ABDR.
				516 (MSN 182-3223) to ground trainer at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD
				517 (MSN 182-3224) converted to C-130A.  To MASDC May 26, 1976 as CF012.  
						To HP1162 in 1990, to N9539G Oct 1990, to N3226B.
						To Mexican civil registry as XA-RSH.  WFU
				518 (MSN 182-3225) converted to C-130A.  To MASDC May 26, 1976 as CF013.  
					To N9691N, to Mexican civil regiatry as XA-RYZ in 1993.  Now on 
					static display at front gate of Little Rock AFB, AK.  
				519 (MSN 182-3226) to CIA at Langley Oct 1989.  
				520 (MSN 182-3227) degraded to C-130A in 1969.  To Hemet Valley Flying Service as
					N138FF in 1998 for use as water bomber/chemical spray aircraft.  As N119TG noted stored without
					engines at Coolidge Municipal Airport, Arizona with International Air Response, Inc Feb 2009.  Noted
					in engineering hanger at Van Nuys, California Nov 2013.  Restored to airworthy condition.
				521 (MSN 182-3228) converted to C-130A.  Sold to Bolivian AF as TAM 69 in 1988.
					To CP-2184.
				522 (MSN 182-3229) scrapped at Wright Patterson AFB.
				523 (MSN 182-3230) converted to GC-130A, redesignated DC-130A Sep 18, 1962. To MASDC as CF023 Apr 6, 1978.
					To civil registry as N3226A.  To N3439Q, to N3149B.  Noted at Minden 
					Air Corps yard 8/28/2000.
				524 (MSN 182-3231) delivered to USAF base at RAF Mildenhall, England Sep 25, 1989 for use in 
					battle damage repair training
57-525/529		Lockheed C-130B-1-LM Hercules
				MSN 282-3501/3505
				All converted to JC-130B, but all reverted to C-130B.
				525 (MSN 282-3501) to Ecuador AF as FAE 894.  Stored latacunga, Colombia
				526 (MSN 282-3502) modified to JC-130B, to C-130B, then to NC-130B, now on display at Hill AFB Museum, Utah
				527 (MSN 282-3503) to Turkish AF Dec 1991 as 70527
				528 (MSN 282-3504) to MASDC as CF052, returned to service.
				529 (MSN 282-3505) to AMARC as CF115 then to Ecuador AF as FAE 896.  . Did not enter service. Stored within the grounds 
					of the Museo Aeronáutico y del Espacio Fuerza Aérea Ecuatoriana, Mariscal Sucre AB, Quito, Ecuador
57-530/769		Lockheed T-33A-5-LO
				MSN 580-1179/1418 (according to Scramble website.  Francillon has these as 580-1259/1498, under the assumption
					that 580-1179/1258 were allocated to Kawasaki-built T-33s)
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				530 (MSN-1259) to MASDC as TC963 Jun 2, 1970
				531 to MASDC as TC902 Nov 20, 1969
				532 (MSN 580-1281) to MASDC as TC936 Jan 12, 1970.  Went to Republic of China AF as 3338.  Reported 2008 at
					Taiwan Taoyuan IAP Aviation Museum painted as T-3338
				533 to MASDC as TC913 Dec 2, 1969
				534 to MASDC Dec 17, 1974
				536 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 9, 1968 on transfer under MAP.  To Saudi Arabia as 1506
				537 SOC Apr 22, 1963 and to Staravia Ltd of Lasham, England as scrap.
				538 to Thailand as F11/40/31, coded 56133, then 1133
				539 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 9, 1968 on transfer under MAP.  To Saudi Arabia as 1507
				540 SOC at RAF Alconbury, UK Oct 21, 1968 on FMS to Portuguese AF as 1923. 
					Stored Cemetery Hanger Beja Apr 2000
				541 SOC at RAF Alconbury, UK Oct 21, 1968 on FMS to Portuguese AF as 1924. 
					Stored Cemetery Hanger Beja Apr 2000
				542 (50th TFW) SOC Jul 27, 1960 following ground mishap
				543 (50th TFW) in midair collision with unidentified F-100 near Hahn AB, West 
					Germany Sep 25 (or 23), 1963.   Pilot (presumably the only occupant) ejected safely.
					The F-100 landed safely at Hahn.
				544 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 9, 1968 on transfer under MAP to Saudi Arabian AF as 1508
				545 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 9, 1968 on transfer under MAP to Saudi Arabian AF as 1509
				546 (26th TRW) SOC May 6, 1968 on transfer under MAP
				547 (26th TRW) SOC May 6, 1968 on transfer under MAP
				548 (26th TRW) SOC May 6, 1968 on transfer under MAP
				551 one of three T-33s that crashed while landing in snowstorm at
					Sondrestrom AB, Greenland early Dec 1968.  Others were 57-0757
					and 57-0763
				552 to MASDC as TC930 Dec 18, 1969.  To Taiwan
				553 to civil registry as N57553
				555 to MASDC as TC904 Nov 19, 1969
				560 to MASDC Sep 25, 1975
				561 (MSN 580-1210) to Turkish AF.  Instructional airframe at Las Bardenas
				562 to MASDC May 1, 1975
				563 to AMARC as TC1318 Aug 20, 1986.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				564 to MASDC Feb 2, 1977.  To US Navy as QT-33A, serial number 570564.  To AMARC as 3T0317
				566 to AMARC as TC1358 Feb 12, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				568 (MSN 580-1217) to civil registry as N41839.  Parts from this aircraft and from P-80C 
					49-0851 have been combined to form an XP-80A lookalike, observed Fall 2003 
					outside the Lockheed Martin 'Skunk Works' at Palmdale, CA with false 
					serial 44-83021.
				569 (MSN 580-1218) to civil registry as N64274.  Reported Apr 15, 2008
					at Valiant Air Command Museum, Tico, FL
				571 to MASDC Oct 30, 1975
				573 to civil registry as N99152
				574 on display at Air Park, Malmstrom AFB, Utah marked as 56-1779.
				575 (MSN 580-1224) at Edward J. Peterson Space Command Museum, CO.  Replaced by 57-713. 575 was
					moved to storage awaiting disposition.  Still there Oct 2005,  seen there
					Aug 2006.
				576 to MASDC as TC985 Nov 10, 1970.  To Taiwan
				577 to Philippine AF
				578 (MSN 580-1307) to MASDC Dec 21, 1973.  To Republic of China AF.  Donated to Paraguayan AF in 1990
					as 1021.  Assigned to Grupo Aerotactico (GAT) 2 Escaudron de Caza Indios.  Reportedly withdrawn
					from use in 1998 but still active until 2007.  Preserved at BA Silvio Pettirossi, Asuncion,
					Paraguat (last noted Apr 2007)
				581 to MASDC Apr 24, 1976.  With Spanish AF as E15-47 and preserved at Torrejon Air Base in Oct 2010.
				582 destroyed in landing accident Jun 5, 1958 at Wendover AFB, UT when it
					stalled during the turn to final following an aborted target-towing
					mission.  Both pilots killed.  Wreckage derelect at Wendover Field, UT in late 1970s.
				586 reported in USAF Museum, Ohio 1988.  Was at Rickenbacker ANGB, OH.  In 2012 on display at Vinton 
					County Airport, Creola, Ohio.
				587 on display at town of Flagler, Colorado
				590 to MASDC Mar 13, 1978.  Now at South Dakota Air and Space Museum, Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota
				592 (MSN 580-1241) In January 1986 active with 95th Fighter Interceptor Training Squadron/325th 
					Fighter Weapons Wing at Tyndall AFB, Florida. 
				593 (26th TRW) SOC Sep 11, 1973 for spares recovery
				594 (26th TRW) SOC Mar 6, 1973 for spares recovery
				595 to AMARC as TC1322 Mar 5, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				596 (26th TRW) SOC Jun 19, 1970 for spares recovery
				598 last served at Andrews AFB, MD with Headquarters Command before being
					acquired by Lively Aviation School division of Lively Vo-Tech Center
					in Tallahassee.  Carried registration N23745. Now at International 
					Sport Aviation Museum
				600 (26th TRW) SOC Jun 11, 1970 for spares recovery
				601 (1868th FCS) SOC Apr 13, 1970 for spares recovery
				602 (MSN 580-1251)to MASDC Apr 18, 1978, back to service.  Back to AMARC as TC1376.
					Noted Mar 2004 at Southern Museum of Flight, Birmingham,
					Alabama on loan from National Museum of Naval Aviation
				604 to MASDC Mar 1, 1977, returned to service.  Back to AMARC as TC1360 Feb 17, 1988.  
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				606 to MASDC as TC897 Nov 17, 1969.  Was at Williams AFB, in 2008 was on display at Big Spring, Texas airport.
				607 to MASDC as TC983 Oct 27, 1970.  To Taiwan AF
				608 to AMARC as TC1344 Dec 1, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				609 (MSN 580-1258) to civil registry as N82852.  In March 1974 as instructional airframe with Sowela Technical 
					Institute, Lake Charles, Louisiana. 
				611 to AMARC as TC1332 Apr 15, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				613 (21st TFW) ran off runway in Alaska and collapsed its right
					landing gear and damaged its right wing Sep 23, 1980.  DBR.
					Wreck sold to Boeing for testing
				614 to MASDC as Nov 1, 1976.  To Thai AF
				615 to to MASDC Apr 27, 1976.  To Colombian AF as 2007A
				616 on display at Dakota Territory Air Museum, Minot, North Dakota
				617 (MSN 580-1266) to Thailand as 56121/F11-41-31
				618 to MASDC as TC1005 Mar 9, 1972.
				621 to MASDC Mar 21, 1972.
				622 to MASDC Jun 6, 1975. 
				627 (MSN 580-1356) to Republic of China AF as T-33072.  Donated to Paraguayan Air Force / Fuerza 
					Aérea Paraguay 1990 as 1022. WFU 1998.  Assigned to Grupo Aerotáctico (GAT) 2nd Fighter Squadron Indios.
					Gate Guard at BA Silvio Pettirossi, Asunción, Paraguay. 
				629 (MSN 580-1358) To Republic of China Air Force as T-33081
					Donated to Paraguayan Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Paraguay 1990 as 1023. WFU 1998.
					Assigned to Grupo Aerotáctico (GAT) 2nd Fighter Squadron Indios.
					Gate Guard at BA Ñu-Guazú, Campo Grande, Paraguay. 
				636 (MSN 580-1358) to Republic of China AF as 3085, later to Paraguayan AF as 1024
				637 (MSN 580-1286).  There is a T-33A front fuselage marked both
					as 3082 and 70637 at Chung Cheng Aviation Museum, Taipei,
					Taiwan, which may be from this aircraft.
				640 to Republic of China AF as 3083
				641 to Republic of China AF as 3084
				642 to Thai AF.  To AMARC as TC1359 Feb 17, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				643 seen in yard on west side of US 71/287, Sunset, TX
				644 to to MASDC Feb 20, 1976.  To Colombian AF as 2013A
				645 (MSN 580-1294) to Spanish AF as E.15-31 May 19, 1958
				646 (MSN 580-1295) to Spanish AF as E.15-32 May 19, 1958
				647 (MSN 580-1296) to Spanish AF as E.15-33 May 23, 1958
				648 (MSN 580-1297) to Spanish AF as E.15-34 Jun 20, 1958
				649 (MSN 580-1298) to Spanish AF as E.15-35 May 19, 1958
				650 (MSN 580-1299) to Spanish AF as E.15-36 Jun 20, 1958
				651 (MSN 580-1300) to Spanish AF as E.15-37 Jun 20, 1958
				652 (MSN 580-1301) to Spanish AF as E.15-38 May 19, 1958
				653 (MSN 580-1302) to Spanish AF as E.15-39 May 23, 1958
				654 (MSN 580-1303) to Spanish AF as E.15-40 May 19, 1958
				655 (MSN 580-1304) to Spanish AF as E.15-41 May 19, 1958
				656 (MSN 580-1305) to Spanish AF as E.15-42 May 19, 1958
				657 (MSN 580-1306) to Spanish AF as E.15-43 May 23, 1958.  Preserved at Officers School, Reus Apt, Spain.]
				658 (MSN 580-1307) to Spanish AF as E.15-44 May 24, 1958
				659 (MSN 580-1308) to Spanish AF as E.15-45 May 24, 1958
				660 (MSN 580-1309) to Spanish AF as E.15-46 May 19, 1958
				661 (MSN 580-1310) to Spanish AF as E.15-47 May 24, 1958.  On display with the fuselage of E.15-13 as E.15-47 at Torrejon AB.
				662 (MSN 580-1311) to Spanish AF as E.15-48 may 23, 1958.
				666 to South Korean AF
				672 to West German AF as AB-784, BB-784, BD-721, 94+81.  Scrapped in 1971
				673 to West German AF as AB-746, BB-746.  To Turkey in 1968
				677 to South Korean AF
				679 to Philippine AF
				680 to West German AF as AB-722, BD-722, EA-399.  W/o Nov 8, 1962
				681 to West German AF as AB-820, DB-396, 94+82.  On display at Lechfeld as DB-396
				682 to West German AF as AB-821, DB-395.  W/o Nov 11, 1960
				683 (MSN 580-1332) to Royal Norwegian AF as 70683, then to French AF as 70683. To Royal Thai AF as F11-39;26 Dec 1982, 
					ferry registration was F-GBEV.  W/o Oct 25, 1985 at Hat Yai, Thailand
				684 (MSN 580-1333) to Royal Norwegian AF, then to French AF as 70684. To Republic of Singapore AF in 1982; 
					ferry registration was F-BKVH
				685 (26th TRW) SOC Mar 2, 1973 for spares recovery
				686 (MSN 580-1335) to Thai AF as F11-43/31
				687 (26th TRW) SOC May 6, 1968 for transfer under MAP
				688 on display at Aviation Cadet Museum, Eureka Springs, AR
				689 (26th TRW) SOC May 6, 1968 for transfer under MAP to Taiwan.  Later to
					Paraguayan AF
				690 (26th TRW) SOC Nov 19, 1968 at Ramstein, West Germany for transfer under MAP to Portuguese AF as 1925.  
				692 to MASDC Feb 20, 1975.
				694 (26th TRW) SOC Nov 19, 1968 at Ramstein, West Germany for transfer under MAP to Portuguese AF as 1926.
					Stored Cemetery Hanger Beja Apr 2000
				695 (26th TRW) SOC Nov 19, 1968 at Ramstein, West Germany for transfer under MAP to Portuguese AF as 1927.
				696 (26th TRW) SOC May 6, 1969 for transfer under MAP
				697 (66th TRW) SOC Oct 27, 1969 for transfer to Pakistan AF
				699 (26th TRW) SOC May 6, 1968 for transfer under MAP
				701 on display at American Legion Post 4, Hillsboro, North Dakota
				702 w/o Mar 18, 1966
				703 fuselage in storage at Naval facility at Dahlgren, VA
				705 crashed south of Lowry AFB Aug 3, 1961.
				707 to Uruguayan AF as 209
				710 to Colombian AF as 2014A
				713 with Peterson Air and Space Museum, Colorado, seen there Oct 2005, still there
					Aug 2006.
				715 (MSN 580-1444) named "Lockheed Racer" with 1145h TFTS, Oregon ANG Oct 1987. 
					Fuselage noted 2003 at Vintage Flying Museum, Meacham Field, Fort Worth, TX
				719 to AMARC as TC1325 Mar 25, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				720 to Colombian AF as 2025
				721 to Taiwan
				728 (1868th FCS) SOC Apr 13, 1970 for spares recovery.
				730 (26th TRW) SOC Jul 2, 1970 for spares recovery
				731 (1868th FCS) SOC Apr 8, 1970 for spares recovery
				736 to MASDC Dec 16, 1974.  To Colombian AF as  FAC 2026
				741 to AMARC as TC1371 Mar 14, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				746 (26th TRW) SOC Apr 13, 1973 for spares recovery.  To Turkish AF
				749 (26th TRW) SOC Apr 13, 1973 for spares recovery.  To Turkish AF
				750 (26th TRW) SOC Mar 21, 1972 for spares recovery.  To Turkish AF
				751 (JT-33A) to civil registry as N17076.  At North Valley Occupational
					Centre, Saticot St., Van Nuys, CA Jan 2007
				753 to MASDC as TC883 Oct 31, 1969
				754 to JT-33A.  To MASDC Dec 12, 1974.  To Colombian AF as 2027
				755 to West German AF as DA-399, 94+83.  To Greece as 70755
				756 to MASDC as TC996 Jul 1, 1971.
				757 was one of three T-33s that crashed while landing in snowstorm at
					Sondrestrom AB, Greenland early Dec 1968.  Others were 57-0551
					and 57-0763
				759 to AMARC as TC1321 Feb 26, 1987.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				760 on display at VFW post 2427, Tomball, Texas
				761 fuselage in storage at Naval facility at Dahlgren, VA
				763 was one of three T-33s that crashed while landing in snowstorm at
					Sondrestrom AB, Greenland early Dec 1968.  Others were 57-0757
					and 57-0551
				765 to AMARC as TC1361 Feb 19, 1988.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				767 (MSN 580-1416)  In January 1986 active with 84th Fighter Interceptor Training Squadron at Castle 
					AFB, California. 
				769 to MASDC as TC901 Nov 19, 1969.  To Republic of China AF.  As 3343 on display as gate guard at 
					Tainan AB, Taiwan in Aug 2013.
57-770/855		Convair F-102A-90-CO Delta Dagger
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				770,771,776,781,786,792,800,807,813,823,825,829,830,832,847,849,854,855
					converted to PQM-102A.
				787,806,808,822,824,828,831,834,839,841,852 converted to PQM-102B.
				775 at CLOVIS PARK, CA
				776 on display outside Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, Portland, Oregon since 1978.  In 2002 was moved to 
					Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum, McMinnville, Oregon.
				777 at CHINA LAKE NAS
				785 to MASDC as FJ032 Nov 20, 1969
				787 to MASDC as FJ217 May 25, 1971
				788 was preserved at Suffolk County AFB. This based closed in 1969 and is currently known as F. S. Gabreski ANG.
					Was located on main road outside the base, but in 2009 was relocated to the interior of the base.  Damaged
					during Hurricane Sandy in 2012, and deemed unrepairable and sold for scrap.
				793 W/o Mar 22, 1960
				803 to MASDC Nov 21, 1969
				808 to MASDC as FJ210 May 19, 1971
				810 to MASDC Nov 20, 1969
				811 to MASDC as FJ118 Apr 28, 1970
				817 reported Oct 2006 at Jacksonville ANGB, FL painted as 61357
				818 to MASDC Nov 20, 1969
				821 to MASDC as FJ211 May 19, 1971.
				826 on display at Sheppard AFB, Texas
				831 to MASDC as FJ113 Apr 9, 1970
				833 on display at Hill AFB, Utah  
				834 to MASDC as FJ230 Jul 7, 1971
				835 to MASDC as FJ165 Dec 15, 1970.  Loaned to FAA National Aviation Facilities Experimental Center (NAFEC) as N300
				836 to MASDC as VJ0C02 Jul 19, 1976, was formerly FJ116
				838 to MASDC as FJ116 May 15, 1971
				839 to MASDC as FJ213 May 20, 1971
				842 to MASDC as JF198 May 14, 1971.  To MASDC Jul 19, 1976 as VJ0C03, was formerly FJ0198
				846 to MASDC Nov 20, 1969
57-856/909		Convair F-102A-95-CO Delta Dagger
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				856,869,870,883,894 converted to PQM-102A.
				860,868,871,878,879,898,899,903,907/909 converted to PQM-102B.
				858 (MSN 8-31-34) on pedestal at Tyndall Air Park, FL.  No longer there in 2005.
					The fuselage was with the Vermont ANG at Burlington IAP May 2007.
				859 to MASDC as FJ034 Nov 20, 1969
				860 converted to PQM-102B.  Destroyed at Holloman AFB Jun 8, 1982 after completing four drone sorties
				867 to MASDC as FJ013 Nov 17, 1969
				871 to MASDC as FJ223 Jun 3, 1971
				872 w/o Jun 15, 1962
				876 to MASDC Nov 23, 1969
				877 crashed and burned on or near Union Lumber Company airstrip near Fort Bragg, California Nov 19, 1962.
					Pilot escaped any serious injury.
				878 to MASDC as JF212 May 19, 1971
				881 to MASDC as FJ019 Nov 18, 1969
				885 to MASDC as FJ030 Nov 20, 1969
				898 to MASDC as FJ181 Apr 9, 1971
				899 to MASDC as FJ231 Jul 12, 1971
				900 to MASDC as FJ031 Nov 20, 1969
				903 to MASDC as FJ189 Apr 15, 1971
				905 at ONTARIO APT.
				906 (MSN 8-10-872) was on display with Confederate Air Force at Harlingen, Texas, now on display at Robins AFB, Georgia 
				907 to MASDC as FJ184 Apr 9, 1971
				908 to MASDC as FJ183 Apr 9, 1971
				909 to MASDC as FJ229 Jul 2, 1971
57-910/930		Lockheed F-104C-10-LO Starfighter
				MSN 383-1227/1247
				910 (8th TFW, 435th TFS) crashed while landing at Udorn AB, Thaland Jan 12, 1967.   Pilot survived.
				911 w/o Sep 20, 1965. 
				912 was on display at Sheppard AFB, Texas
				913 (8th TFW, 435th TFS) hit by AAA while attacking a truck park near Troc, NVN Sep 1, 1966.  Pilot ejected
					and taken POW.  May have been beaten to death.
				914 (8th TFW, 435th TFS) crashed due to engine failure over Thailand Jan 16, 1967.  Pilot survived.
				915 was on display at Lackland AFB, TX.  Now on display at Heritage Air Park (Plant 42), Palmdale, California.
				916 on display at Virginia Air and Space Center, Hampton, Virginia
				917 (MSN 383-1234) crashed Jun 26, 1961 after midair collision with 56-0923
					over Charlottesville, VA  
				918 (479th TFW) crashed Apr 24, 1963 on Cuddleback Range.  Pilot killed.
				919 was on display at Tyndall AFB.
				920 on display at South Carolina ANG, McEntyre AFB, South Carolina.
				921 (8th TFW, 435th TFS) crashed due to engine failure over Thailand Jan 28, 1967.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				922 (8th TFW, 435th TFS) crashed due to engine failure over Thailand May 14, 1967.  Pilot survived.
				923 w/o Jun 26, 1961.
				924 w/o Dec 21, 1962
				925 (8th TFW, 435th TFS) shot down by SAM 30 mi NW of Nguyen, NVN Aug 1, 1966.  Pilot KIA.
				926 was on display at Fargo Uni.
				927 crashed near Shaw AFB Jun 19, 1969 after engine failed.  Pilot ejected safely.
				928 transferred from Puerto Rico ANG to museum status and stored at Muniz AP Jun 1975.  Destroyed Jan 11, 1981 
					during attack by Puerto Rican separatists.
				929 at Puerto Rico ANG,  Puerto Rico University, Carolina, Puerto Rico
				930 crashed at Edwards AFB, Mar 1, 1969.  Pilot ejected safely
57-931/1293		Cancelled contract for Lockheed F-104C Starfighter
57-1294/1302		Lockheed F-104B-5-LO Starfighter
				MSN 283-5006/5014.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1294 to Republic of China AF as 4101
				1295 w/o Nov 10, 1959
				1296 (MSN 283-5008) to Republic of China AF as 4105.  Later to Royal Jordanian AF.
					 To N65354 with Starfighters Incorporated, Tarpon Springs, Florida on January 31, 1998. 
				1297 w/o Dec 31, 1958 in landing at Holloman AFB, New Mexico.
				1298 to Republic of China AF as 4103
				1299 to Republic of China AF as 4104
				1300 to Republic of China AF as 4102
				1301 (MSN 283-5013) to MASDC Dec 4, 1967.  Returned to service
					with AFTC, Edwards AFB.  Was at Florence, SC. Space Museum.  
					Noted Oct 2003 at Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center, 
					Hutchinson, KS
				1302 w/o Mar 18, 1967 at Prince Hassan AB, Jordan
57-1303/1311		Lockheed F-104B-10-LO Starfighter
				MSN 283-5015/5023.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1303 (MSN 283-50150 Delivered to the USAF Oct 2, 1958
					Assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, NAS Moffett Field, CA Oct 3, 1958 to Dec 16, 1959
					Registered as NASA 71303
					Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA Dec 16, 1959 to 1978
					Registered as NASA 71303.  Registered as NASA 819 1977.  Registered as N819NA; cancelled.
					Last NASA flight 21Apr78 and flown to AMARC, AZ.  Transferred to McClellan AFB, California on June 16, 1983. 
					(It was flown to the museum in a C-130 on July 13, 1983.  On display at Aerospace Museum of California, 
					McClellan, California
				1304 to MASDC Dec 4, 1967.  To Royal Jordanian AF as 925.  On display Dec 2010 at Irbid.
				1305 to MASDC as FB012 Dec 5, 1967.  Returned to service with
					AFTC, Edwards AFB.  Back to MASDC as FB042 Oct 14, 1972. 
				1306 w/o Jan 22, 1964 near Eglin AFB, Florida
				1307 w/o Apr 11, 1967. 
				1308 crashed shortly after takeoff from Edwards AFB Feb 18, 1964.
					Both crew ejected safely.
				1309 (MSN 283-5021) to Pakistan in 1961.  Reported winter 2003/4 in Pakistan AF Museum,
					Sharea-Faisal AB, Karachi, Pakistan
				1310 to Taiwan as 4122
				1311 (157th FIS/SC ANG) crashed on final approach to Moron AB, Spain following engine
					failure Jan 29,1 962.  One crew member ejected safely, the other was killed.
57-1312/1313		Lockheed F-104B-15-LO Starfighter
				MSN 283-5024/5025
				1312 to Pakistan.  The aircraft on display at Castle Air Museum, CA painted as 57-1312
					is not the original.  Report in a recent Air-Britain 
					publication of a visit to Castle Air Museum May 22, 2003 says that the 
					F-104 is actually 57-1330 MSN 483-5042 painted as 57-1312, and not the 'original'
				1313 to Pakistan in 1961.
57-1314/1320		Lockheed F-104D-5-LO Starfighter
				MSN 483-5026/5032.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1314 on display at Castle AFB, California
				1315 to MASDC as FB049 Dec 17, 1973.  To Taiwan as 4161
				1316 to MASDC as FB052 Oct 16, 1974.  To Taiwan as 4162
				1318 to MASDC as FB051 Oct 16, 1974.  To Taiwan as 4163
				1319 to MASDC as FB050 Dec 17, 1973.  To Taiwan as 4164.
					Now on display at USAF History and Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB, Texas.
				1320 to MASDC as FB053 Jul 21, 1975.  Now at Travis AFB Museum, CA.
57-1321/1328		Lockheed F-104D-10-LO Starfighter
				MSN 483-5033/5040.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1321 to MASDC as FB047 Dec 13, 1973.  To Taiwan as 4165
				1322 Ca.1959: TOS USAF. Assigned to 479th Tactical Fighter Wing, George AFB, CA.
					Unknown date: NMUSAF Loan Program.
					By 1977: Loaned to Grissom Air Museum, Grissom AFB, IN. Mounted on concrete pillars as gate guard.
					By 1988: Moved to museum area of Grissom AFB, IN.
					7/95: Loaned to City of Huntington, IN. Placed on display with Wings of Freedom Museum at Huntington 
						Municipal Airport.
					By 1/16: National Museum of the USAF, Wright Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. Wings used to replace 
						wings on F-104A 56-754.
					Apr 18, 2017: Fuselage still sitting on the ramp by the NMUSAF restoration hangars.
				1323 to MASDC as FB054 Aug 19 1975.  Now on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				1325 w/o May 28, 1964 in crash 55 mi W of Albuquerque, New Mexico
				1326 to MASDC as FB048 Dec 13, 1973.  To Republic of China AF as 4166.  Preserved in Chinese AF Museum, Kangshan AB, Taiwan.
				1327 crashed landing at Edwards AFB, Dec 8, 1967.  Major Robert H.
					Lawrence, first African-American selected for space program, killed
					in unsuccessful ejection.  Other crewman survived.
57-1329/1334		Lockheed F-104D-15-LO Starfighter
				MSN 483-5041/5046.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1329 departed runway at Tinker AFB, OK during crosswind landing
					May 22, 1961.
				1330 (MSN 483-5042) to MASDC as FB056 Apr 2, 1976.  Now on display at 
					Castle Air Museum, painted as 57-1312.
				1331 (MSN 483-5043) Ca.1959: TOS USAF. Assigned to 479th Tactical Fighter Wing, George AFB, CA.
					Ca.1960 to after 10/73: USAF Flight Test Center, Edwards AFB, CA. Used to fly chase for the X-15 project.
					1964: Movie “Starfighters” was released, which included shots of 57-1331 from films taken by the 
						USAF during 57-1331’s short tenure with the 479th TFW.
					Unknown date: U.S. Air Force Armament Museum, Eglin AFB, FL.
				1332 (MSN 483-5044) to MASDC as FB044 Dec 11, 1973.  On display at American Legion Post 64, Dutton, Montana
				1333 (MSN 483-5045) noted fall 2003 at California Science Center,
					Los Angeles, CA
				1334 (MSN 483-5046) to MASDC as FB055 Aug 29, 1975.  
					Now on display at George Izay Park, Burbank, California. 
57-1335/1417		Cancelled contract for Lockheed F-104D Starfighter
57-1418/1514		Boeing KC-135A-BN Stratotanker
				MSN 17489/17585.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1421/1423,1425,1426,1428,1429,1431,1433,1434,
				1436,1438,1441,1443,1445,1447,1448,1450/1452,
				1455,1458/1460,1463/1465,1468,1471,1475,1480/
				1482,1484,1485,1491,1492,1494/1497,1501,1503/
				1505,1507,1509/1512 converted to KC-135E.
				1418,1419,1427,1430,1435,1437,1439,1440,1453,
				1454,1456,1461,1462,1469,1470,1472/1474,1483,
				1486/1488,1493,1499,1502,1506,1508,1514
				converted to KC-135R.
				1418 (MSN 17489) converted to KC-135R.  (KC-135R, 153rd ARS) w/o during ground test at Tinker AFB,
					OK Apr 7, 1999 when pressurization test wrecked the
					rear fuselage.  At previous maintenance, the pressure
					relief valves were secured shut and were not released 
					afterwards. I have seen this plane quoted as 57-1478, but 71418 is on the tail
					in the wreck photos.
				1419 (MSN 17490) converted to KC-135R.  Named "Flying High" with 92nd Wing in May 1992.  In Sep 2018 was with
					New Hampshire ANG and was oldest aircraft in USAF fleet.
				1420 (MSN 17491) to AMARC as CA046 Sep 15, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1421 (MSN 17492) converted to KC135E.  To AMARC as CA0239 Jun 2, 2009
				1422 (MSN 17493) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0146
					Jan 31, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1423 (MSN 17494) converted to KC-135E.  with 171 ARW PA ANG 'Allegheny Warrior'.
					To AMARC as CA0164 Jun 6, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1424 (MSN 17495) crashed May 17, 1966 at Amarillo AFB, TX. Struck ground during
					an oscillating unstable approach to landing and exploded.
				1425 converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0216 May 20, 2008
				1426 converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0213 Jun 3, 2008
				1427 (MSN 17498) converted to KC-135R and active in May 1989 with 319th Bombardment Wing at Grand Forks AFB,
					North Dakota.  Current with 117th Air Refuelling Squadron, 190th Air Refuelling Wing at Forbes Field, Kansas
				1428 (MSN 17499) converted to KC-135R. Named "Mission Essential" with 133rd ARS New
					Hampshire ANG in Sep 1989.   In 2011 was with 134th Air Refueling Wing, Tennesee ANG.
				1429 (MSN 17500) flying with 190th ARW, Kansas ANG since 1977.  Moved to Museum of Kansas National Guard, 
					Topeka, Kansas Aug 22, 2012.
				1431 (MSN 17502) 6/3/58: Rolled out. 
					7/15/58: TOS USAF. 
					By 1980: 116th Air Refueling Squadron, 141st Air Refueling Wing (ANG), Fairchild AFB, WA. 
					4/21/83: Converted to KC-135E. 
					ca.1984: 126th Air Refueling Squadron, 128th Air Refueling Wing (ANG), Mitchell ANG Base, Milwaukee, WI. 
					3/92: 141st Air Refueling Squadron, 108th Air Refueling Wing (ANG), McGuire AFB, NJ. 
					Ca.2007: 185th Air Refueling Squadron, 137th Air Refueling Wing (ANG), Tinker AFB, OK. 
					7/09: Technical Training Center, Sheppard AFB, Wichita Falls, TX..
				1432 (MSN 17503) converted to KC-135R.  With 151st Air Refueling Group, 191st Air Refueling Wing, 
					Utah Air National Guard.
				1433 converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0210 Jun 10, 2008
				1434 (MSN 17505) converted to KC-135E. To AMARC as CA0201 Apr 2008
				1438 (MSN 17509) seen at Mojave, CA as KC-135R May 2001. With
					64th ARS/939th AWOG.
				1439 (MSN 17510) named "Jokers Wild"  with 100th ARW at RAF Mildenhall in 1997.  loaned to France.
					transferred Nov 2016 to 91st Air Refuelling Squadron/6 Air Mobility Wing at MacDill AFB.
				1440 (MSN 17511) Converted to KC-135R and by September 1987 assigned to 384th Bomb Wing at 
					McConnell AFB, Kansas. By November 2006 assigned to the 319th Air Refuelling Wing at Grand 
					Forks AFB, North Dakota. By March 2010 transferred to 22nd Air Refuelling Wing at McConnell AFB, 
					Kansas. Current with 351st Air Refuelling Squadron 100th Air Refuelling Wing at RAF Mildenhall, 
					Suffolk named “High Life”. 
				1442 (MSN 17513) crashed after takeoff at McConnell AFB, KS into
					residential area Jan 16, 1965.  7 on board plus 22 on
					ground killed.  After takeoff, aircraft transmitted distress
					signal and attempted to return but did not make it.  Remains
					of parachute found in No. 1 engine, which may have led
					to asymetric thrust condition.
				1443 (MSN 17514) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0230 Apr 14, 2009	
				1444 (MSN 17515) w/o May 18, 1966 at Kadena AB, Okinawa.  Failed to attain
					adequate speed on takeoff and settled back onto runway.  All 11 onboard killed, plus 1 on the ground
				1445 (MSN 17516) converted to KC-135E. As KC-135E active with Ohio Air 
					National Guard's 160th Air Refuelling Group during Operation Desert Storm in 1992. In June 2008 
					active with 141st Air Refuelling Squadron/ 108th Air Refuelling Wing New Jersey ANG.  To AMARC as CA0235 May 27, 2009..
				1446 (MSN 17517) spark detonated fuel vapors during ground maintenance 
					June 22, 1959.
				1447 (MSN 17518) converted to KC-135E.  with 171 ARW PA ANG 'The Patriot'.  To AMARC as CA0159
					May 9, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1448 (MSN 17519) converted to KC-135E.  Named “Arctic Traveler” with 168th ARS Alaska ANG in March 1992.  
					To AMARC as CA0234 May 12, 2009.
				1449 (MSN 17520) destroyed on ground at Walker AFB, NM when 56-3628 lost
					control during takeoff Feb 3, 1960.
				1450 (MSN 17521) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0191 Mar 2008
				1451 (MSN 17522) converted to KC-135E.  Named “Buzz Buggy II” with 168th ARS Alaska ANG in March 1992.
					In 2004 served with 163rd ARW, California ANG.
					Was wearing Tennessee markings on the tail on 19 October 2017, at KBGR - Bangor International 
					airport, Maine, amongst the Maine ANG KC135's.  Oc 26, 20167 as KC-135R with 134th ARW, Tennessee ANG
				1452 (MSN 17523) converted to KC-135E. Named "Eagle Dancer" with 197th ARS, Arizona ANG in Jun 1993. 
					To AMARC as CA0169 Jul 25, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1453 (MSN 17524) Active in October 1978 with 7th Air Refuelling Squadron/7th Bomb Wing at 
					Carswell AFB, Texas. Converted to KC-135R and active in July 2004 with 106th Air 
					Refuelling Squadron/117th Air Refuelling Wing Alabama ANG.at Birmingham ANG Base and still current. 
				1455 in 2010 was on display at Pease ANGB, New Hampshire
				1456 (MSN 17527, KC-135R) Active in Septembeer 1977 with 141st Air 
					Refuelling Group Washington ANG.   With 77ARS/916RW at SJAFB.  Named "El Diablo" with 351st ARS, 
					100th ARW in May 1998.
				1457 (MSN 17528) destroyed on ground at Walker AFB, NM when 56-3628 lost
					control during takeoff Feb 3, 1960.
				1458 (MSN 17529) 8/21/58: First Flight. 
					9/8/58: TOS USAF 
					By 1977: 116th Air Refueling Squadron, 141st Air Refueling Wing (ANG), Fairchild AFB, WA. 
					5/11/83: Converted to KC-135E. 
					1983: 108th Air Refueling Squadron, 126th Air Refueling Wing (ANG), OHare ANG/AFR Base, Chicago, IL. 
					12/90: Deployed to UAE in support of Operation Desert Storm. 
					7/28/99: Unit moved to Scott AFB, IL. 
					By 2007: AMARC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. 
					5/09: On display at Heritage Park, Eielson AFB, Moose Creek, AK.
				1459 (MSN 17530) converted to KC-135R
				1460 (MSN 17531) converted to KC-135E.  Named "Tazz" with 117th ARS of Kansas ANG in Jul 1991.
					With Kansas ANG Jul 1995.  To AMARC as CA0192 Mar 12, 2008
				1461 (MSN 17532) In November 1985 with 909th Air Refuelling Squadron, 376th Strategic Wing at Kadena Japan. Converted 
					to KC-135R and active in 2016 with 173rd Air Refuelling Squadron Nebraska ANG. 
				1462 with 434th Air Refueling Wing, Grissom Air Reserve Base, IN August 21, 2018.
				1463 8/7/58: Roll out. 
					8/29/58: First flight. 
					9/28/58: TOS USAF.
					10/4/58: USAF fly away from factory. 
					1978: 117th Air Refuelling Squadron, 190th Aerial Refueling Wing (ANG), Forbes Field ANG Base, Topeka, KS. 
					1/79: re-skinned. converted to KC-135E.  Named "The Spirit of Kansas Jan 29, 1861 Ad Astra Per Aspera" with
						117th ARS Kansas ANG in May 2000.  
					To AMARC as CA0226 Mar 11, 2009
				1464 (MSN 17535) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0177 Feb 6, 2008
				1465 (MSN 17536) converted to KC-135E.  Named “Frosty Fiddler” with 168th ARS Alaska ANG in March 1992. 
					50 AMARC as CA0209 Apr 1, 2009.  Departed AMARc Jun 29, 2012 and disassembled for engineering study.
				1466 (MSN 17537) crashed Mar 8, 1960 Carswell AFB, TX.  During landing, was
					below the glide path and struck the ground.
				1467 (MSN 17538) to AMARC as CA0039 Aug 27, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1468 (MSN 17539) Active in 1979 with 366th Air Refuelling Squadron AFRES. Converted to KC-135E in February 
					1985 and to KC-135R in November 1996. In 2017 still with 366th Air Refuelling Squadron/452nd Air 
					Mobility Wing at March AFB, California. 
				1469 (MSN 17540) in Jun 1987 active with 42nd Bomb Wing at Loring AFB, Maine and converted to KC-135R Sep 1989.
					In Jul 1994 active with 166th Air Refuelling Squadron Ohio Air National Guard.  In Sep 2011 active with 197th
					Air Refuelling Squadron Arizona Air National Guard at Phoenix
				1470 (MSN 17541, KC-135R) exploded during ground maintenance at General
					Mitchell Field, WI Dec 10, 1993 due to overheated fuel pump.
					Seen on dump at Hardwood Range, LA.
				1471 (MSN 17542) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0104 Mar 17, 2008
				1472 (MSN 17543) Active in 1987 with 97th Bomb Wing and in 1991 with 416th Bomb Wing at Griffiss AFB, Rome, New York.
				1473 (MSN 17544) Assigned to 11th Air Refuelling Squadron at Altus AFB, Oklahoma. Converted to 
					KC-15R and by June 1986 transferred to 384th Air Refuelling Wing at McConnell AFB, Kansas. By 
					June 2013 active with 106th Air Refuelling Squadron/117th Air Refuelling Wing Alabama ANG at 
					Birmingham.ANG Base and still current  
				1474 (MSN 17545/T0154) conversion in 1992 to 272nd KC-135R.  Named "Reluctant Dragon" with 351st ARS, 100th ARW
					in May 1998.  To 54th then to 909th ARS.  As KC-135R transferred in 
					October 2018 to 351st Air Refuelling Squadron/100th Air Refuelling Wing at RAF Mildenhall, Suffolk. 
				1475 (MSN 17546) converted to KC-135E.  Named "Phoenix Cardinals" with 197th ARS, Arizona ANG in 1992.
					To AMARC as CA0169 Jul 25, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1476 (MSN 17547) to AMARC as CA035 Aug 13, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1477 (MSN 17548) to AMARC as CA036 Aug 18, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1478 (MSN 17549) converted to KC-135E.  Named "The Guardian" with Tennessee ANG Oct 1991.
					To AMARC as KC-135E CA0238 Jun 10, 2009
				1479 (MSN 17550) converted to KC-135R.  As KC-135E named "City of Riverside" with 336th ARS in July 1987
					and with 336th ARS named "Dark Horse: in Jul 1996.
				1480 (MSN 14551) 9/11/58: Roll out. 10/7/58: First flight. 
					10/27/58: TOS USAF. Assigned to 116th Air Refueling Squadron, 141st Air Refueling Wing (ANG), Fairchild AFB, WA. 
					6/82: Re-skinned. 
					6/21/84: Returned to USAF after converted to KC-135E. 
					Ca. 1983: 108th Air Refueling Squadron, 126th Air Refueling Wing (ANG), OHare International Airport, Chicago, IL. 
					7/28/99: Unit moved to Scott AFB, IL. 
					To AMARC as CA0180 Feb 20, 2008
				1481 (Alaska ANG) w/o Sept 20, 1989, Eielson AFB, AK.  While shutting down the
					engines, the aircraft exploded due to overheated fuel pump.  2 on ground killed.
				1482 (MSN 17553) 9/16/58: Roll out. 10/16/58: First flight. 
					10/29/58: TOS USAF. Assigned to 117th Air Refuelling Squadron, 190th Aerial Refueling Wing (ANG), 
						Forbes Field ANG Base, Topeka, KS. 
					9/81: Re-skinned. 
					8/30/84: Returned to USAF after converted to KC-135E. Named "Silver Bullet" with 117th ARS Kansas ANG in Apr 1988.
					5/00: 108th Air Refueling Squadron, 126th Air Refueling Wing (ANG), Scott AFB, IL.
					To AMARC as CA0142 Sep 16, 2004.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1484 (MSN 17555) converted to KC-135E.  Named "Phantacy" with 197th ARS, Arizona ANG in 1992.
					To AMARC as CA0172 Jun 27, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1485 9/22/58: Roll out.   10/21/58: First flight. 
					10/31/58: TOS USAF. Assigned to 151st Air Refueling Squadron, 134th Air Refueling Group (ANG), 
						McGhee Tyson AFB, TN. 
					8/19/82: Returned to USAF after converted to KC-135E. 
					1995: 134th Group renamed 134th Wing. 
					2006: 185th Air Refueling Squadron, 137th Air Refueling Wing (ANG), Tinker AFB, OK. 
					7/09: Technical Training Center, Sheppard AFB, TX for use as GIA.
					Noted Oct 2010 at Technical Training Center, Sheppard AFB, Texas
				1486 (MSN 17557)  Converted to KC-135R and active in May 1996 named “Bockscar” with 351st Air Refuelling Squadron/100th 
					Air Refuelling Wing based at RAF Mildenhall, Suffolk. Current with 153rd Air Refuelling Squadron/186th Airlift 
					Wing Mississippi Air National Guard. 
				1488 (MSN 17559) named "El Toro de Moron" in 1964 with 319th BW.  Converted to KC-135R
				1489 (MSN 17560) in midair collision with Grumman-American AA1 Yankee (N6160L) near
					Phoenix IAP, AZ Mar 13, 1982.  4 killed on KC-135, 2 on the Yankee
				1490 (MSN 17561) to AMARC as CA050 Sep 29, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
					Offered by Govt Liquidation to bids for parts recovery at AMARG, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, Jun 8 2016, as event 40448 
					lot 3. Entire aircraft not for sale and will be scrapped by HVF West, Tucson, AZ.
				1491 (MSN 17562) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0195 Mar 25, 2008
				1492 (MSN 17563) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0232 Apr 28, 2009 
				1493 (MSN 17564) Active in October 1978 with 7th Air Refuelling Squadron/7th Bomb Wing at Carswell AFB, Texas. 
					Converted to KC-135R and current with 100th Air Refuelling Wing at RAF Mildenhall, Suffolk and named “Wolff Pack”. 
				1494 converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0210 Jun 10, 2008
				1495 (KC-135E) arrived at Lincoln MAP, 155th ARW, Nebraska ANG Base, Lincoln, Nebraska Sep 27, 2009.  Will
					eventually be put on display there
				1496 (MSN 17567) converted to KC-135E.  Named "Wild Thing" with 197th ARS, Arizona ANG in 1992.
					To AMARC as CA0179 Feb 12, 2008
				1497 (MSN 17568) converted to KC-135E.  Named "Call of the Wild" with 191st ARS Utah ANG in Jul 1993.
					Was with 151 ARW Utah ANG Apr 2002 'A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing'.    To AMARC as CA0202 Apr 22, 2008
				1498 crashed on approach to Westover AFB Jun 21, 1963.
				1499 (MSN 17570) converted to KC-135R. Named "The Big Stick" with 351st, 100th ARW in May 1998.
					 With 151st ARW, Utah ANG
				1500 (MSN 17571) engine failed on takeoff at McConnell AFB, KS
					Mar 5, 1974.  2 of 7 crewmembers killed.
				1501 (MSN 17572) Active in July 1977 with 134th Air Refuelling 
					Group Tennessee ANG at McGhee Tyson AFB. Converted to 
					KC-135E and active in June 1987 with 116th Air Refuelling 
					Squadron Washington ANG at Fairchild AFB.   Delivered to Chilean AF Feb 18, 2010 as 981.
				1503 (MSN 17574) 11/19/58: First flight. 
					12/4/58: TOS USAF. Assigned to 151st Air Refueling Squadron, 134th Air Refueling Group (ANG), McGhee Tyson AFB, TN.
					11/79: Re-skinned. 
					2/18/83: Returned to USAF after converted to KC-135E. 
					Named “Smooth Operator” with 151st ARS Tennessee ANG in August 1992.
					1995: 134th Group renamed 134th Wing. 
					2006: 185th Air Refueling Squadron, 137th Air Refueling Wing (ANG), Tinker AFB, OK. 
					9/28/09: Technical Training Center, Sheppard AFB, TX for use as GIA.
				1504 (MSN 17575) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0218 Jul 29, 2008
				1505 (MSN 17576) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0205 Apr 1, 2008
				1507 (MSN 17578) converted to KC-135E.  To AMC Museum at Dover AFB, Delaware 2009.
				1508 (MSN 17579) Converted to KC-135R and in October 1996 named “Hoko-Kea” with 203rd Air Refuelling 
					Squadron/Hawaii ANG.  Active in April 2018 with 314th Air Refuelling Squadron at Beale AFB, California 
				1509 converted to KC-135E.  With 171 ARW PA ANG 'Spirit of Pittsburgh'. To AMARC as CA0165 Jun 20, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1510 converted to KC-135E.  with 151 ARW Utah ANG 'Never Forget' since Aug 1978.  Went to 
					display at Hill Aerospace Museum, Hill AFB, Utah in 2009.
				1511 (MSN 17582) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0140 Jun 23, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1512 (MSN 17583) converted to KC-135E, later to KC-135R.  Named “Ghost Riders” with 336th ARS in November 1991. 
					As KC-135R with 452nd AMW in July 1995 named “Bad Boy”.
				1513 collided in midair Oct 15, 1959 with B-52 57-036 near Leitchfield, KY while 
					during midair refuelling.   The B-52 was carrying 2 nuclear bombs.
					Both aircraft crashed.
				1514 (MSN 17585) To USAF on December 27, 1958.  Converted in November 1979 to KC-135R and 
					active in October 2008 with 128th Air Refuelling Wing Wisconsin ANG. 
57-1515/1605		Ryan Q-2A Firebee
				Later redesignated MQM-34A
57-1606/1609		Cessna L-19E Bird Dog 
				Cessna Model 305C.  MSN 24606/24609.  Redesignated O-1E in 1962
				All to Canada as 16722/16725
				1606	(MSN 24606) Manufactured 18Jun57. Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) 24Jul57 for use by the Canadian Army as 16722. Delivered to RCAF 
					Station Lincoln Park, Alberta. No.1 AOP Flight, Camp Petawawa, Ontario. Bristol Aerospace, Winnipeg, 
					Manitoba 9Oct58 for repairs; back to Camp Petawawa 20Apr59. Crashed after the pilot lost control 
					and spun in during an air show at Camp Petawawa 4Jul59 [2KIS]. SOC 23Nov59.
				1607	(MSN 24607) Manufactured 3Jul57. Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) 24Jul57 for use by the Canadian Army as 16723. Delivered to 
					RCAF Station Lincoln Park, Alberta. Royal Canadian Air Force Headquarters Practice Flight, RCAF 
					Station Rockcliffe, Ontario 24Jul54. Marked "DQMG (D&D)" shortly after delivery, probably while being 
					tested by office of Deputy Quartermaster General. No.1 AOP Flight at Camp Petawawa, Ontario 1Jun61. 
					Returned to Rockcliffe 2Aug61. Central Experimental and Proving Establishment 15Aug61; operated at 
					Canadian Armament Research and Development Establishment at Valcartier, PQ. North West Industries, 
					Edmonton, Alberta 13Mar62 for prototype installation of VHF/FM and AN/ARN59 radios. Army Aviation 
					Tactical Training School, Rivers Camp, Manitoba, from 12Jul62. Bristol Aerospace, Winnipeg, 
					Manitoba 22Nov63; returned to Canadian Joint Air Training Centre [CJATC] Rivers Camp, Manitoba. 
					AOP Troop of 2nd Regiment, Royal Canadian Horse Artillery, West Germany 12Jan65. With this unit 
					when it became part of 4th Canadian Mechanised Brigade Group 27Oct66. AOP Troop, 1st Regiment, 
					Royal Canadian Horse Artillery, CFB Lahr, West Germany 12Dec67. Reserialled 11Jun70 as Canadian 
					Armed Forces 119723; redesignated as CO-119. SOC 26Nov72. Royal Canadian Air Cadets. Registered 
					26Nov72 as C-FTGO; cancelled 14Nov96. Air Cadet League of Canada. Registered as C-GHVW; cancelled 
					12Oct06. Restored 28Nov06 as C-GHVW cancelled 12Oct06. Restored 28Nov06 as C-GHVW; current [Apr19].
				1608	(MSN 24608) Manufactured 25Jul57. Accepted by USAF 20Aug57. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Royal 
					Canadian Air Force (RCAF) 25Sep57 for use by the Canadian Army as 16724. Delivered to RCAF Station 
					Lincoln Park, Alberta. Stored reserve at RCAF Station Lincoln Park, Alberta. Piston Training Flight, 
					RCAF Station Rockcliffe, Ontario 4Nov58. No.1 AOP Flight, Camp Petawawa, Ontario 1Jun61. No.6 Repair 
					Depot, RCAF Station Trenton, Ontario to receive camouflage paint 2Aug61. Air Force Headquarters 
					Practice Flight, Rockcliffe 5Sep61. RCAF Calgary (formerly Lincoln Park), Alberta 4Jan63 for repairs 
					following a Category B crash. 1st Regiment, Royal Canadian Horse Artillery, Camp Gagetown, 
					New Brunswick, 13Mar68. No.6 Repair Depot, RCAF Station Trenton, Ontario 23Dec64. AOP Troop, 
					1st Regiment, Royal Canadian Horse Artillery, Gagetown 4Mar65. AOP Troop, 2nd Regiment, Royal 
					Canadian Horse Artillery, Gagetown 27Dec66. Reserialled 11Jun70 as Canadian Armed Forces 119724; 
					redesignated as CO-119. E Battery, 2nd Regiment, Royal Canadian Horse Artillery, Gagetown 9Jul70. 
					No.422 Fighter Squadron, CFB Gagetown, New Brunswick 27Apr71. Detached to CFB Suffield, 
					Alberta 13Oct72 to 1Apr73. No.422 Squadron 25Jun73. SOC 27Jun73. Royal Canadian Air Cadets, 
					Halifax, Nova Scotia 27Jun73. Registered 23Jul74 as CF-TGP; current as C-FTGP [Apr19]. To Canadian 
					Warplane Heritage Museum, Mount Hope, Ontario Jul 2011
				1609	(MSN 24609) Manufactured 8Aug57. Accepted by USAF 30Aug57. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Royal 
					Canadian Air Force (RCAF) 25Sep57 for use by the Canadian Army as 16725. Delivered to RCAF Station 
					Lincoln Park, Alberta. Stored reserve at RCAF Station Lincoln Park, Alberta. No.1 AOP Flight, 
					Camp Petawawa, Ontario 24Mar58. 1st Regiment, Royal Canadian Horse Artillery, Camp Gagetown, 
					New Brunswick. Category B crash at Camp Gagetown Apr66. Bristol Aerospace, Winnipeg; salvaged for 
					spares. SOC 8Jul66.
57-1610/1615		Douglas C-133A-35-DL Cargomaster
				MSN 45507/45512
				1610 to MASDC as CU001 Jun 11, 1970, scrapped by end of 1974.
				1611 crashed near Shad Intersection (in Atlantic off Dover, Delaware) 32 min 
					after takeoff from Dover AFB, DE  May 27, 1962.  6 crew killed.
				1612 to MASDC as CU007 Mar 15, 1971, scrapped by end of 1974.
				1613 (MSN 45510) built with engines and clamshll doors of B model.  Redesignated C-133B MAR 14, 1961.
					Transported Apollo 9 command module after splashdown from Norfolk to Long Beach Mar 19, 1969.
					To MASDC as CU011 Mar 24, 1971, scrapped by end of 1974.
				1614 	built with engines and clamshell doors of B model.  Redesignated C-133B Oct 28, 1960.
					Crashed into ocean off Japan Jun 10, 1961 33 min after takeoff from
					Tachikawa AB, Japan.  8 crew killed.
				1615 built with engines and clamshell doors of B model.  Redesignated C-133B Oct 31, 1960.
					To MASDC as CU027 Jul 12, 1971, scrapped by end of 1974
57-1616/1641		Sikorsky H-19D-5-SI Chickasaw
				For US Army.  Redesignated UH-19D in 1962.  MSNs and delivery dates from Helis.com
				1616 (MSN 551163) delivered to US Army Aviation Feb 8, 1958.  To civilian registry as N616Z, current
				1617 (MSN 551171) delivered to US Army Aviation Feb 15, 1958.  Registerd N4376 May 20, 1971, cancelled Jan 30, 1974.
					Noted Apr 1973 stored at Technical Center, El Reno, Oklahoma.
				1618 (MSN 551172) delivered to US Army Aviation Feb 15, 1958.  To United Nations as ONU-71618 for use in Congo.
					WFU Jul 1964.  Possibly donated to Ghana AF after use by UNO.
				1619 (MSN 551173) delivered to US Army Aviation Feb 15, 1958.  To civilian registry as N95763, expired Jun 30, 2013
				1620 (MSN 551180) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 5, 1958.  To United Nations as ONU-71620 Jul 1960 for use in 
					Congo.  Captured by Katangese forces in 1961 and used by them briefly.  Still around when Katangan secession 
					ended in 1963 but was never recaptured by UN.  May have ended up with Ghana AF.
				1621 (MSN 551181) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 7 1958
				1622 (MSN 551182) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 7, 1958
				1623 (MSN 551184) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 28, 1958.  To United Nations as ONU-71623 Jul 1960 for use 
					in Congo.  Possibly donated to Ghana AF after use by UNO.
				1624 (MSN 551185) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 28, 1958.  To storage at Chandler Memorial, Arizona.  Moved to
					storage at Casa Grande, Arizona c2007.
				1625 (MSN 551186) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 24, 1958.  To MASDC then to Allied yard.  To N5755 with Aviation
					Specialties dec 1, 196, cancelled Jan 16, 1974, then N824T (cancelled), then HB-XDS in 1972, SE-HHY.   SE-HHY
					hit a power line during takeoff and crashed into Lake Sitasjaure (at Sarek National Park), Ritsem power
					station, Gallivare, Sweden Aug 15, 979.
				1626 (MSN 551187) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 28, 1958.  To MASDC, then to Allied yard.  To civilian 
					registry as N37779 with Orlando Helicopter Airways May 20, 1974.  Registration cancelled on export to
					Venezuela Jun 7, 2004.  Reported stored at Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, Arizona.
				1627 (MSN 551188) delivered to US Army Aviation Apr 8, 1958.  Stationed US Armyu Berlin Brigade Avn Det
					Berlin Tempelhof 1958-1963.  To civilian registry as N62208, expired Sep 30, 2013.
					Reported stored at Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, Arizona.
				1628 (MSN unknown, possibly 551189)
				1629 (MSN 551191) delivered to US Army Aviation Apr 14, 1958.  To United Nations as ONU-71629 in May 1961 for 
					use in Congo.  Abandoned at Kisandji Feb 3, 1964 after engine trouble.  Possibly donated to Ghana AF after
					use by UNO. 
				1630 (MSN 551192) delivered to US Army Aviation Apr 30, 1958
				1631 (MSN 551193) delivered to US Army Aviation Apr 25, 1958
				1632 (MSN 551194) delivered to US Army Aviation Apr 30, 1958
				1633 (MSN 551195) delivered to US Army Aviation May 23, 1958.  Registered N5570 to Hawkeye Institute of Technology
					Mar 28, 1972, cancelled Jul 8, 1977.
				1634 (MSN 551196) delivered to US Army Aviation Jul 9, 1958..  Registered N46890 to Chicago Civil Defense Corp
					Jan 21, 1972, cancelled May 2, 1977.
				1635 (MSN 551197) delivered to US Army Aviation Jul 1958
				1636 (MSN 551200) delivered to US Army Aviation Jul 26, 1958.  To United Nations as ONU-71636 Jul 1960 for use 
					in Congo.  Possibly donated to Ghana AF after use by UNO.
				1637 (MSN 551201) delivered to US Army Aviation Jul 26, 1958
				1638 (MSN 551202) delivered to US Army Aviation Sep 15, 1958.  Registered N67158 to Aircraft Specialties Jul 9, 1975,
					cancelled Jul 14, 1977.
				1639 (MSN 551208) delivered to US Army Aviation Sep 26, 1958
				1640 (MSN 551209) delivered to US Army Aviation Oct 8, 1958.  To civilian registry as N49890, cancelled on export
					to Canada May 13, 1982.  Registerdd C-GWWH, cancelled Jun 30, 1989.
57-1642/1661		Sikorsky H-37A-SI Mojave 
				Survivors modernized to H-37B standard.  Redesignated CH-37B in 1962.
				1646 (N51900) seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.  Seen at Classic Rotors Helicopter Museum, Ramona, CA 
					in 2014, undergoing restoration.
				1651 to N14462 on display at U.S. Army Transportation Museum, Ft Eustis, VA
				1652 to MASDC as XK0017.  To civilian registry as N51901.  (N51901) seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				1653 (N51905) on loan from US Army to FAA National Aviation Facilities Experimental Center (NAFEC) and
					registered Feb 1963 as N469. Cancelled Nov 14, 1963.  Seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				1657 to MASDC as XK0025.  To civil registry as N51907.  (N51907) seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				1658 to MASDC as XK0027.  To civil registry as N51908.  (N51908) seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
				1659 (N51910) seen in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
57-1662/1683		Bell GAM-63A-BC Rascal missiles
				Project MX-776. Bell System 112A Model 66 supersonic air-to-surface missile
				Production Rascals for 445th Bomb Squadron, 321st Bomb Wing, Pinecastle AFB, FL
				1662 (MSN 201) Squadron missile. Factory tested. 
				1663 (MSN 202) Squadron missile. Factory tested. 
				1664 (MSN 203) Squadron missile. Factory tested. 
				1665 (MSN 204) Squadron missile. Factory tested. 
				1666 (MSN 205) Squadron missile. Factory tested. 
				1667 (MSN 206) Squadron missile. Factory tested. 
				1668 (MSN 207) Squadron missile. Factory tested. 
				1669 (MSN 208) Squadron missile. Factory tested. 
				1670 (MSN 209) Squadron missile. Factory tested. 
				1671 (MSN 210) Squadron missile. Factory tested. 
				1672 (MSN 211) Squadron missile. Factory tested. 
				1673 (MSN 212) Squadron missile. Factory tested. 
				1674 (MSN 213) Squadron missile. Factory tested. 
				1675 (MSN 214) Squadron missile. Factory tested fourth quarter 1958. 
				1676 (MSN 215) Squadron missile. Factory tested fourth quarter 1958. 
				1677 (MSN 216) Squadron missile. Factory tested fourth quarter 1958. 
				1678 (MSN 217) Squadron missile. Factory tested fourth quarter 1958. 
				1679 (MSN 218) Squadron missile. Factory tested fourth quarter 1958. 
				1680 (MSN 219) Squadron missile. Factory tested fourth quarter 1958. 
				1681 (MSN 220) Squadron missile. Factory tested fourth quarter 1958. 
				1682 (MSN 221) 	Squadron missile. Factory tested fourth quarter 1958. 
				1683 (MSN 222)	
57-1684/1770		Sikorsky H-34A-SI Choctaw
				Some converted to H-34B/C.  Redesignated CH-34A,CH-34B,CH-34C in 1962.
				Some converted to VH-34A.  Some sold to Nicaragua.
				1684 (MSN 58790) to MASDC as 3H268 Oct 24, 1972. Preserved at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ, on
					loan from National Naval Aviation Museum.
				1685 (MSN 58791) to MASDC as XJ081 Apr 26, 1972.
				1686 (MSN 58792) to MASDC as XJ114 Jul 13, 1972, renumbered 3H269
				1687 (MSN 58794)
				1688 (MSN 58795) to MASDC as XJ179 Jun 4, 1973.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				1689 (MSN 58796)
				1690 (MSN 58800) to MASDC as XJ096 May 11, 1972, renumbered as 3H0270.
				1691 (MSN 58814) to MASDC as XJ033 Feb 24, 1972.  To civil registry as N504DH
				1692 (MSN 58815) rebuilt as CH-34C.  to civil registry as N41844, then N58HF
				1693 (MSN 58816) rebuilt as CH-34C.  To MASDC as XJ066 Apr 7, 1972.  To civil registry as N1383D.
				1694 (MSN 58817) rebuilt as CH-34C.  To MASDC Mar 3, 1972.  To Nicaraguan AF as FAN524.
				1695 (MSN 58818)
				1696 (MSN 58825)
				1697 (MSN 58826)
				1698 (MSN 58842)to civil registry as N94485.  Preserved on USS Intrepid, NYC, marked as 144275.
					Registration N94485 cancelled by FAA May 27, 2009 as cancelled May 26, 1982 as
					returned to Department of Defense non-airworthy.  Moved in 1997 to Allegheny Arms and Armor Museum,
					Smethport, Pennsylvania, still in false markings.
				1699 (MSN 58843) to MASDC as XJ185 Oct 11, 1973.  To Nicaraguan AF as FAN520
				1700 (MSN 58844) to MASDC as XJ189 Sep 30, 1974.  to Nicaraguan AF as FAN519(1).  W/o Nov 17, 1978.
				1701 (MSN 58845)
				1702 (MSN 58846)
				1703 (MSN 58847) to MASDC as XJ020 Jan 26, 1972.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				1704 (MSN 58848) to MASDC as XJ067 Apr 7, 1972.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				1705 (MSN 58865) to MASDC as XJ175 Mar 8, 1972.  Was on display at Travis Air Force 
					Heritage Center and Air Park, California.  In 2019 was being prepped for display at the 
					National Museum of the Viet Nam War in Mineral Wells TX. 
				1706 (MSN 58866) to MASDC as XJ038 Mar 3, 1972.  To Nicaraguan AF as FAN523.  W/o Nov 17, 1978.
				1707 (MSN 58867) now flying with Midwest Helicopter Airways, Hinsdale, IL as
					N2256Z.
				1708 (MSN 58868) to MASDC as XJ177.  seen in DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.  Seen
					at Santa Rosa Airport with Pacific Coast Air Museum Aug 2005.
				1709 (MSN 58869) to civil registry as N79AR.
				1710 (MSN 58877) to MASDC as XJ087 May 1, 1972.  Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				1711 (MSN 58878) to MASDC as XJ088 Apr 30, 1972, renumbered 3H0271
				1712 (MSN 58884) to MASDC as XJ117 Aug 22, 1972
				1713 (MSN 58887) to Uruguay Aviacion Naaval as A-064, later renmbered A-066(2).
					Stored at Kissimmee, FL.
				1714 (MSN 58888) to MASDC as XJ069 Apr 7, 1972.
				1715 (MSN 58893)
				1716 (MSN 58894) to MASDC as XJ065 Apr 7, 1972.
				1717 (MSN 58895) to civil registry as N33504, then N504
				1718 (MSN 58897) to MASDC as 3J060 Mar 24, 1972.  Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				1719 (MSN 58900) to MASDC as XJ148 Nov 27, 1972.  Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				1720 (MSN 58901) crashed Dec 1972.
				1721 (MSN 58902)
				1722 (MSN 58903) to MASDC as XJ124 Aug 29, 1972.  Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				1723 (MSN 58904) to MASDC as XJ021 Jan 26, 1972.
				1724 (MSN 58905) to VH-34A, VH-34C
				1725 (MSN 58910) to VH-34A, VH-34C.  Preserved at US Army Transportation Museum, Ft. Eustis, VA.
				1726 (MSN 58918) to VH-34A, VH-34C.  This helicopter had flown JFK and LBJ when the Army ran the presidential
					helicopter detail.  To MASDC as 3H272 Nov 7, 1972, then changed to HD0200.  On display at Air
					Force Flight  Test Center Museum, Edwards AFB, CA.  Moved to Texas Military Forces Museum, Austin, Texas
					Sep 2013.
				1727 (MSN 58919) to MASDC as XJ070 Apr 12, 1972.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				1728 (MSN 58920) to MASDC as XJ046 Mar 15, 1972
				1729 (MSN 58921) to MASDC as NX142 Oct 28, 1972.  To civil registry
					as N91209.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				1730 (MSN 58924) 
				1731 (MSN 58925) to MASDC as XJ152 Dec 6, 1972
				1732 (MSN 58927)
				1733 (MSN 58936) to MASDC as XJ064 Apr 7, 1972.  Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				1734 (MSN 58937) to MASDC as XJ171 Feb 23, 1972.  Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				1735 (MSN 58938) to civil registry as N74165.
				1736 (MSN 58939) to MASDC as 3H273 Apr 18, 1972.
				1737 (MSN 58940) to MASDC as XJ158 Oct 10, 1972.
				1738 (MSN 58941) to Chicago Helicopter Industries as N70CH
				1739 (MSN 58942) to Uruguay Aviacion Naval as A-065.  Used for spares.
				1740 (MSN 58957) to MASDC as XJ143 Oct 28, 1972.  To civil registry as N91208
					 Noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				1741 (MSN 58958) to MASDC as XJ093 May 4, 1972.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				1742 (MSN 58959)
				1743 (MSN 58960) to civil registry as N47246.  W/o Apr 6, 1982, Siletz, OR.
				1744 (MSN 58967) to MASDC as XJ053 Mar 22, 1972.  noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				1745 (MSN 58968)
				1746 (MSN 58969)
				1747 (MSN 58978) to Vietnam AF.  W/o May 16, 1963.
				1748 (MSN 58979)
				1749 (MSN 58980) to MASDC as XJ010 Dec 29, 1971.
				1750 (MSN 58981) to MASDC as XJ153 Dec 6, 1972.  To Nicraguan AF as FAN521.
				1751 (MSN 58984)
				1752 (MSN 58986)
				1753 (MSN 58988)
				1754 (MSN 58989)
				1755 (MSN 58999) to MASDC as HD016 Sep 22, 1969.
				1756 (MSN 581000) to civil registry as N91207
				1757 (MSN 581001)
				1758 (MSN 581002)
				1759 (MSN 581008)
				1760 (MSN 581009) to Vietnam AF.  Missing Nov 2, 1967.
				1761 (MSN 581011) to MASDC as HD036 Oct 11, 1969
				1762 (MSN 581012)
				1763 (MSN 581019) to Royal Thai AF as 20157.
				1764 (MSN 581020) noted in surplus yard near AMARC 8/29/2001
				1765 (MSN 581022) to to MASDC as XJ011 Dec 19, 1971.  To civil registry as N89018
				1766 (MSN 581023)
				1767 (MSN 581025) to MASDC as XJ055 Mar 22, 1972.  To civil registry as N91206
				1768 (MSN 581026) to Uruguay Aiacion Naval as A066(1).  Used for spares.
				1769 (MSN 581027)
				1770 (MSN 581029) to MASDC as HD032 Oct 13, 1969.
57-1771/1773		Convair XSM-65A Atlas missiles
				1771 is listed as H-34A MSN 58-1034 in Martin Best's list.  Also listed as 14A
				1772 (15A) launch failed Apr 5, 1958, Cape Canaveral, FL
				1773 (16A) launched Jun 3, 1958, Cape Canaveral, FL
57-1774/1786		Convair XSM-65B Atlas missiles
				1774 (1B)
				1775 (2B)
				1776 (3B) launch failed Jul 9, 1958, Cape Canaveral, FL
				1777 (4B) launched Aug 2, 1958, Cape Canaveral, FL
				1778 (5B) launched Aug 28, 1958, Cape Canaveral, FL
				1779 (6B) launch failed Sep 18, 1958, Cape Canaveral, FL
				1780 (7B) 
				1781 (8B) launched Sep 14, 1958, Cape Canaveral, FL
				1782 (9B) launch failed Nov 17, 1958, Cape Canaveral, FL
				1783 (10B) launched SCORE satellite Dec 18, 1958, Cape Canaveral, FL
				1784 (11B) launched Feb 4, 1959, Cape Canaveral, FL
				1785 (12B) launched Nov 28, 1958, Cape Canaveral, FL
				1786 (13B) launch failed Jan 15, 1959, Cape Canaveral, FL
57-1787/1790		Convair XSM-65C Atlas missiles
				1787 (1C)
				1788 (2C)
				1789 (3C) launched Dec 23, 1958, Cape Canaveral, FL
				1790 (4C) launch failed Jan 27, 1959, Cape Canaveral, FL
57-1791			Aero Commander L-26B-AD
				MSN 560A-249 (ex N2749B) - redesignated U-9B in 1962.  W/o Oct 7, 1970
					at Fayetteville-Fayette AP, WV.
57-1792/1875		Bell H-13H-BF Sioux
				MSN 2030/2113.  Redesignated OH-13H in 1962.
				1799 to Spanish AF as Z.7A-33
				1814 (MSN 2052) became EC-BZI
				1818 to Ceylon AF as CH-576
				1822 to Ceylon AF as CH-577
				1823 to Ceylon AF as CH-578
				1835 to Spanish AF as Z.7A-46
				1837 to Spanish AF as Z.7A-34
				1842 to Chilean AF
				1859 to Spanish AF as Z.7A-36
57-1876/1929		Cancelled contract
57-1930/2219		Ryan Q-2A Firebee drones
				Later redesignated MQM-34A
57-2220/2229		Cancelled contract
57-2230/2352		Cessna T-37A-CE 
				MSN 40163/40285.  All converted to T-37B
				2230 (MSN 40163) to Pakistan AF
				2231 (MSN 40164, T-37B) to AMARC as TE058 Dec 6, 1991.
				2232 (MSN 40165) w/o Oct 15, 1962
				2233 (MSN 40166, T-37B) to AMARC as TE060 Dec 6, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2234 (MSN 40167)
				2235 (MSN 40168, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0177 Aug 8, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2236 (MSN 40169, T-37B) to AMARC as TE013 Sep 17, 1991.
				2237 (T-37B) crashed at Wizard Auxiliary Airfield, Spofford, TX Jan 31, 2002 with 47th FTW.
					Both crew killed.  Cause was loss of control during attempted go-around.
				2238 (MSN 40171, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0108 Sep 26, 1995.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2239 (MSN 40172, T-37B) to AMARC as TE018 Sep 19, 1991.
				2240 (MSN 40173)
				2241 (MSN 40174, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0135 Jul 15, 2002.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2242 (MSN 40175) w/o
				2243 (MSN 40176, T-37B) to AMARC as TE046 Nov 25, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2244 (MSN 40177)
				2245 (MSN 40178)
				2246 (MSN 40179, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0133 Sep 16, 1996.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2247 (MSN 40180, T-37B) to AMARC as TE019 Sep 20, 1991.  To Bodo, Norway Jul 1997
				2248 (MSN 40181)
				2249 (MSN 40182) converted to T-37B.  To Bangladesh AF
				2250 (MSN 40183)
				2251 (MSN 40184, T-37B) to Royal Thai AF in 1980 as F12-22/23.  Seen at AMARC in 2015.
				2252 (MSN 40185)
				2253 (MSN 40186, T-37B) to AMARC as TE024 Sep 23, 1991.
				2254 (MSN 40187) converted to T-37B, later to OT-37B.  To AMARC as TE0351 Feb 15, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2255 (MSN 40188) w/o Sep 25, 1959
				2256 (MSN 40189, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0362 Mar 19, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2257 (MSN 40190) to Pakistan AF.  In storage by 2004.  To be sold to Bangladesh if US Govt approves
				2258 (MSN 40191) converted to T-37B.  To AMARC as TE0420 Mar 13, 2008
				2259 (MSN 40192) on display at Hill AFB Museum, Utah in 1995.
				2260 (MSN 40193) to Pakistan
				2261 (MSN 401940 at Robins Air Museum, GA.
				2262 (MSN 40195, T-37B) to Royal Moroccan AF as 57262
				2263 (MSN 40196) to AMARC as TE0161 Apr 7, 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2264 (MSN 40197, T-37B) to AMARC as TE034 Nov 19, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2265 (MSN 40198, T-37B) to AMARC as TE088 Nov 22, 1993.  Returned
					to service with 47th FTW.  Back to AMARC as TE0243 Nov 23, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				2266 (MSN 40199) w/o
				2267 (MSN 40200) converted to T-37B, later to OT-37B.  To AMARC as TE009 Sep 13, 1991.  Now on display
					at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
				2268 (MSN 40201, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0125 Aug 27, 1996.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2269 (MSN 40202, T-37B) to AMARC as TE023 Sep 23, 1991.
				2270 (MSN 40203) converted to T-37B.  To AMARC as TE0420 Mar 13, 2008
				2271 (MSN 40204) w/o Nov 18, 1958
				2272 (MSN 40205, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0238 Oct 22, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				2273 (MSN 40206) converted to T-37B, later to OT-37B.  To AMARC as TE041 Nov 21, 1991.
				2274 (MSN 40207) to Royal Thai AF in 1972 as F12-15/15.  W/o Jul 23, 1980
				2275 (MSN 40208) to Republic of Vietnam AF
				2276 (MSN 40209) of 47th FTW/85th FTS crashed 29 km N of Kinney, TX Jan 17, 1995. Pilot ejected safely.
				2277 (MSN 40210) w/o Jun 27, 1960
				2278 (MSN 40211, T-37B) to AMARC as TE025 Sep 23, 1991.
				2279 (MSN 40212) converted to T-37B.  To Bangladesh AF
				2280 (MSN 40213, T-37B) to AMARC as TE084 Jul 19, 1993.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2281 (MSN 40214, T-37B) to AMARC as TE062 Jun 23, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2282 (MSN 40215) w/o in 1979
				2283 (MSN 40216, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0117 Apr 17, 1996.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2284 (MSN 40217, T-37B) to AMARC as TE073 Jul 30, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2285 (MSN 40218, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0222 Jul 28, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				2286 (MSN 40219) w/o Oct 5, 1959
				2287 (MSN 40220) SOC by Mar 2003
				2288 (MSN 40221) converted to T-37B.  To AMARC as TE0429 Apr 8, 2008
				2289 (MSN 40222) at USAF Museum, Wright Patterson AFB.
				2290 (MSN 40223) w/o
				2291 (MSN 40224, T-37B) to AMARC as TE029 Sep 26, 1991.  To USS Saratoga Museum, Providence, RI.
				2292 (MSN 40225, T-37B) to AMARC as TE010 Sep 13, 1991.
				2293 (MSN 40226) w/o Apr 17, 1962
				2294 (MSN 40227) w/o Dec 8, 1983
				2295 (MSN 40228, T-37B) to AMARC as TE016 Sep 17, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2296 (MSN 40229, T-37B) to AMARC as TE021 Sep 20, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2297 (MSN 40230)
				2298 (MSN 40231) w./o Aug 1983
				2299 (MSN 40232) to Bangladesh AF as 72299 and stored at BAF Base Matiur Rahman, Jessore in Apr 2013.
				2300 (MSN 40233) w/o Apr 6, 1959
				2301 (MSN 40234) w/o
				2302 (MSN 40235) to Republic of Vietnam AF
				2303 (MSN 40236) to Republic of Vietnam AF
				2304 (MSN 40237, T-37B) to Royal Moroccan AF as 57304
				2305 (MSN 40238, T-37B) to AMARC as TE044 Nov 22, 1991.  Now at Olympic Flight Museum, WA.
				2306 (MSN 40239) w/o Jul 19, 1963
				2307 (MSN 40240, T-37B) to AMARC as TE059 Dec 6, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2308 (MSN 40241, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0196 Mar 5, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				2309 (MSN 40242, T-37B) to AMARC as TE002 Sep 10, 1991.
				2310 (MSN 40243) converted to T-37B, later to OT-37B.  To AMARC as TE0140 Aug 19, 2002.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2311 (MSN 40244, T-37B) to AMARC as TE040 Nov 20, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2312 (MSN 40245) W/O
				2313 (MSN 40246, T-37B) to AMARC as TE026 Sep 24, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2314 (MSN 40247, T-37B, 64th FTW) sank back on takeoff and
						bellylanded at Terry County Auxiliary Field, TX Jan 20, 1973. No injuries.
				2315 (MSN 40248) crashed 25 NM east of Williams AFB, AZ Feb 27, 1970.  Pilot killed.
				2316 (T-37B, MSN 40249) to AMARC as TE007 Sep 13, 1991.  Noted on display at March Field Air
					Museum, California Jan 2002, on loan from USAF Museum.
				2317 (MSN 40250, T-37B) to AMARC as TE028 Sep 25, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2318 (MSN 40251, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0144 Feb 14, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2319 (MSN 40252, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0210 May 21, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				2320 (MSN 40253, 80th FTW, 89th FTS) collided with T-37B 58-1935 40 mi NE of Wichita Falls, TX
					Dec 20, 2002.  Subsequently made belly landing at Sheppard AFB, crew unhurt.
				2321 (MSN 40254) w/o Nov 6, 1954
				2322 (MSN 40255)
				2323 (MSN 40256) w/o Mar 3, 1965
				2324 (MSN 40257) w/o May 1, 1962
				2325 (MSN 40258) w/o May 22, 1961
				2326 (MSN 40259, T-37B, 3560th PTW) entered spin and crashed 6 mi SW of Gail, TX Aug 29, 1972.  Both crew baled out.
				2327 (MSN 40260) w/o Jun 18, 1964
				2328 (MSN 40261, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0225 Aug 20, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Departed Mar 27 2012 and scrapped.
				2329 (MSN 40262, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0389 Jul 12, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2330 (MSN 40263, T-37B) to AMARC as TE051 Dec 13, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2331 (MSN 40264, T-37B) to AMARC as TE032 Sep 27, 1991.
				2332 (MSN 40265, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0312 Apr 28, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2333 (MSN 40266) w/o
				2334 (MSN 40267) w/op Sep 24, 1964
				2335 (MSN 40268) converted to T-37B.  To Bangladesh AF as 72335 and stored a BAF Base Matiur Rahman, Jessore in
					Apr 2013
				2336 (MSN 40269, T-37B) to AMARC as TE061 Jun 23, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2337 (MSN 40270, T-37B) to AMARC as TE035 Nov 19, 1991.
				2338 (MSN 40271, T-37B) seen on display at Skiatook MAP, Oklahoma Oct 2007
				2339 (MSN 40272, T-37B) to AMARC as TE078 Aug 7, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				2340 (MSN 40273, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0406 Feb 5, 2008
				2341 (MSN 40274, T-37B) to AMARC as TE012 Sep 16, 1991.  Noted in
					summer 2004 at Pacific Coast Air Museum, Santa Rosa, CA
				2342 (MSN 40275) to Cambodia
				2343 (MSN 40276, T-37B) to AMARC as TE022 Sep 23, 1991.  Front fuselage
					noted summer 2004 at Pacific Coast Air Museum, Santa Rosa, CA
				2344 (MSN 40277, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0382 Jun 14, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2345 (MSN 40278, T-37B) to AMARC as TE045 Nov 29, 1991.
				2346 (MSN 40279, T-37B) to AMARC as TE052 Dec 4, 1991.  To Connecticut Air Space Center,
					Stratford, CT.
				2347 (MSN 40280) to Pakistan AF.  In storage by 2004.  To be sold to Bangladesh if US Govt approves.
				2348 (MSN 40281)
				2349 (MSN 40282)
				2350 (MSN 40283, T-37B) to AMARC as TE027 Sep 24, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2351 (MSN 40284) to Republic of Vietnam AF.
				2352 (MSN 40285) on display at Fairchild AFB, Washington
57-2353/2388		Martin TM-76A Mace missiles
57-2389			Martin YTM-76B Mace missiles
57-2390/2402		Martin TM-76A Mace missiles
57-2403			Martin YTM-76B Mace missiles
57-2404/2416		Martin TM-76A Mace missiles
57-2417			Martin YTM-76B Mace missiles
57-2418/2430		Martin TM-76A Mace missiles
57-2431			Martin YTM-76B Mace missiles
57-2432/2444		Martin TM-76A Mace missiles
57-2445			Martin YTM-76B Mace missiles
57-2446/2451		Martin TM-76A Mace missiles
57-2452			Martin YTM-76B Mace missiles
57-2453/2455		Convair F-106A-64-CO Delta Dart
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				2453 (MSN 8-24-36) to AMARC as FN135 Apr 20, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD198).  Shot down by Patriot missile Dec 12, 1996
				2454 crashed Jul 26, 1964
				2455 (MSN 8-24-38) to AMARC as FN168 Jan 7, 1988.  To QF-106 (AD214).  Shot down by AIM-7M Jun 7, 1993.
57-2456/2460		Convair F-106A-70-CO Delta Dart
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				2456 (MSN 8-24-39) to AMARC as FN139 May 4, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD189).  Shot down by AIM-7M Jul 21, 1994
				2457 crashed 2 mi Ed of Oxnard, California Apr 22, 1969
				2458 crashed when hit grain elevator druing parade in Dillon, Montana Sept 3, 1979
				2459 (MSN 8-24-42) to AMARC as FN102 Oct 20, 1986.  To QF-106 (AD103).  Scavenged for spare parts Jun 4, 1996.
				2460 crashed June 9, 1979 when flew into ground over Alberta, Canada.  Pilot killed.
57-2461/2465		Convair F-106A-75-CO Delta Dart
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				2461 (MSN 8-24-44) to AMARC as FN132 Apr 13, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD190).  Shot down by AIM-120 Apr 17, 1996.
				2462 crashed Dec 21, 1961
				2463 (MSN 8-24-46) to AMARC as FN142 Jun 8, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD193).  Wrecked in crash landing May 6,
					1994, Tyndall AFB
				2464 (186th FIS) w/o Jul 1, 1983.
				2465 (MSN 8-24-46) Assigned to 159th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 125th Fighter Interceptor Group, 
					Florida Air National Guard Apr84 to 22Jan87
					To AMARC as FN113 Jan 22, 1987.  To prototype ARDC instrument test aircraft 
					QF-106 (AD132), command destroyed Jan 9, 1998.
57-2466/2477		Convair F-106A-80-CO Delta Dart
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				2466 (MSN 8-24-49) to AMARC as FN167 Dec 29, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD210).  Shot down by AIM-120 May 26,
					1994.
				2467 (MSN 8-24-49) to AMARC as FN175 Dec 29, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD209). Expended Aug 9, 1996.
				2468 destroyed by fire in landing accident Jul 20, 1964.
				2469 crashed Dec 7, 1967.
				2470 (MSN 8-24-53) to AMARC as FN166 Dec 29, 1987.  Was at Pima Air Museum Jan 28, 1991.  To QF-106 (AD206).  
					Shot down over Gulf of Mexico by AIM-120 from an F-15 Feb 1, 1994.
				2471 destroyed in mid-air collision with F-106B 57-2528 May 4, 1965.  57-2528 recovered at NAFEC Atlantic City
				2472 crashed Jun 19, 1969
				2473 crashed Jun 6, 1983
				2474 crashed Jun 9, 1961
				2475 (MSN 8-24-58) to AMARC as FN173 Jan 20, 1988.  To QF-106 (AD203).  Lost control and command 
					destroyed Oct 9, 1996.
				2476 (MSN 8-24-59) to AMARC as FN148 Jun 24, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD196).  Shot down by AIM-120 Sept 14,1993
				2477 (MSN 8-24-60) to AMARC as FN171 Jan 12, 1988.  To QF-106 (AD212).  Shot down with 20-mm cannon
					fire Apr 24, 1996.
57-2478/2485		Convair F-106A-85-CO Delta Dart
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				2478 (MSN 8-24-61) to AMARC as FN144 Jun 22, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD195).  Shot down by AIM-120 Jun 22, 1995
				2479 crashed Feb 4, 1963
				2480 (MSN 8-24-63) to AMARC as FN178 Jan 29, 1988.  To QF-106 (AD211).  Shot down by AIM-120 Sept 2, 1994.
				2481 (MSN 8-24-64) to AMARC as FN137 to QF-106 (AD185).  Shot down by AIM-120 Jul 25, 1995.
				2482 (MSN 8-24-65) to AMARC as FN140 May 15, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD191).  Shot down by AIM-7M Aug 20, 1996.
				2483 (MSN 8-24-66) to AMARC as FN134 Apr 20, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD197).  Shot down by AIM-120 Dec 18, 1992
				2484 crashed at Spokane, Washingtion during approach to runway Sep 14, 1961.  Pilot ejected but was killed.
				2485 (MSN 8-24-68) to AMARC as FN145 Jun 22, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD192).  Written off Apr 26, 1993 with
					broken wing spar.  Dumped into Gulf of Mexico off Panama City Sep 25, 1995 in 100 feet of water to 
					form a fishing reef.
57-2486/2506		Convair F-106A-90-CO Delta Dart
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				2486 crashed Dec 14, 1972
				2487 (MSN 8-24-70) to AMARC as FN138 May 4, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD188).  Shot down with AIM-7M Mar 1, 1996
				2488 crashed and destroyed Mar 10, 1961
				2489 crashed 5 mi S of Kennewick, Washington Mar 19, 1963.  Pilot killed
				2490 (MSN 8-24-73) to AMARC as FN129 Apr 1, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD163).  Shot down by AIM-120 
				2491 crashed 20 NM SSW of Glacier Park, Montana Jul 11, 1973
				2492 (MSN 8-24-75) to AMARC as FN141 May 15, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD199).  Shot down by AIM-120 Aug 20,
					1997.  The plane at Great Falls IAP painted as 57-2492 is actually 59-0069.
				2493 (MSN 8-24-76) to AMARC as FN174 Jan 22, 1988.  To QF-106 (AD208).  Shot down by Red-Eye Nov 10, 1994
				2494 (MSN 8-24-77) to AMARC as FN163 Dec 29, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD200).  Shot down by Stinger Aug 27, 1996
				2495 (MSN 8-24-78) to AMARC as FN131 Apr 8, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD165).  Crashed on takeoff Aug 2, 1994.
				2496 (MSN 8-24-79) to AMARC as FN136 Apr 27, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD186).  Inadvertently destroyed
					by Range Safety over range May 8, 1996.
				2497 (MSN 8-24-80) to AMARC as FN133 Apr 13, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD194).  Shot down by AIM-120 Jan 21, 1993.
				2498 crashed May 5, 1964.
				2499 (MSN 8-24-82) to AMARC as FN164 Dec 29, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD202). Expended Jan 10, 1995.
				2500 crashed 32 nm WNW of Kwangju, South Korea Jan 8, 1970
				2501 (MSN 8-24-84) to AMARC as FN179.   To QF-106 (AD253).  Shot down by AIM-7M Aug 14, 1996.
				2502 to Convair San Diego.  Written off in fatigue testing Sept 29, 1970.
				2503 (MSN 8-24-86) to AMARC as FN165 Dec 29, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD213).  Shot down by AIM-120 Apr 2, 1997.
				2504 (MSN 8-24-87) to AMARC as FN172 Jan 15, 1988.  To QF-106 (AD205).  Expended Aug 12, 1996.
				2505 (MSN 8-24-88) to AMARC as FN170 Jan 12, 1988.  To QF-106 (AD204).  Shot down by AIM-7M Jul 28, 1993.
				2506 (MSN 8-24-89) to AMARC as FN169 Jan 8, 1988.  To QF-106 (AD207).  Command destroyed Aug 2, 1993.
57-2507/2517		Convair F-106B-31-CO Delta Dart
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				2507 (MSN 8-27-01) Assigned to NASA Lewis Research Center, Lewis Field, Cleveland, OH.  Registered as NASA 607
					Registered as N607NA; cancelled.  Redesignated NF-106B. Used as chase support
					for NASA 616 but also as ejection seat test aircraft.  Did final qualification tests for
					Gemini spacesuit and spacecraft escape system.  Later used for solar cell calibration tasks and
					for air sample collection.  Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA 12May81 to 24Feb84
					Cut in half lengthwise for wind tunnel tests.  Scrapped Feb 24, 1984
				2508 (MSN 8-27-02) to MASDC as FN042.  To QF-106 (AD267).  Shot down by AIM-120 Nov 1, 1994.
				2509 (MSN 8-27-03) Assigned to 159th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 125th Fighter Interceptor Group, 
					Florida Air National Guard 5Jul74 to 23Mar87
					To AMARC May 24, 1990 as FN196.  To QF-106 (AD268) Jun 23, 1994.  
					Written off Oct 7, 1997 after ground fire.  Purchased by private individual Apr 2000 and moved to
					El Paso, TX for restoration.
				2510 (MSN 8-27-04) to MASDC Apr 4, 1984 (FN048).  To Barry Goldwater Bombing Range, Gila Bend, Arizona 
					as target Nov 10, 2003
				2511 to JF-106B.  Crashed Jan 5, 1959 at AFFTC
				2512 (MSN 8-27-06) to MASDC as FN007 Apr 28, 1983.  To QF-106 (AD263).  Shot down by AIM-7M Jun 3, 1994.
				2513 (MSN 8-27-07) used as chase aircraft in B-1 program.  To AMARC as FN198 Jun 25, 1990.  To Tyndall AFB.  
					Returned to AMARC Dec 2, 1993 (FN0202).  
					Placed in display location.  To Yanks Air Museum, Chino, California Oct 9, 2003
				2514 (MSN 8-27-08) to AMARC Nov 23, 1987 as FN161.  Scrapped Dec 2005.
				2515 (49th FIS) crashed Dec 16, 1986 in Lake Erie.  Pilot ejected safely.  
				2516 assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA.  Registered as NASA 816
					Registered as N816NA 15Jul69; cancelled 22Apr92
					Assigned to NASA Lewis Research Center, Lewis Field, Cleveland, OH
					Registered as NASA 616.  Re-designated NF-106B in May 1967.  Modified as testbed for different inlet 
					and nozzle configurations.  Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA 29Jan79 to 17May91
					Registered as NASA 816.  Registered as N816NA.   Used for storm hazard research 1979-1986 and for vortex flap flight
					experiments 1986-1991.  Went on display May 17, 1991 at Virginia Air and Space Center,
					Hampton, Virginia.  Registration N816NA cancelled Apr 22, 1992
				2517 (MSN 8-27-11) to AMARC Jan 26, 1988 as FN177.  To QF-106 (AD256) Feb 4, 1994.  Crash landed 
					Feb 21, 1997 due to locked brakes, suffering extensive nose damage.   Purchased by private
					individual Apr 2000 and moved to El Paso, TX for restoration.  Scrapped in 2003.
57-2518/2519		Convair F-106B-35-CO Delta Dart
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				2518 (MSN 8-27-12) to AMARC as FN143.  To QF-106 (AD260).  Shot down by AIM-120 Dec 3, 1996.
				2519 (MSN 8-27-13) modified by NASA for variable stability tests.  Retired Oct 1971.  Dropped from inventory
					as surplus Sep 14, 1976
57-2520/2522		Convair F-106B-40-CO Delta Dart
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				2520 crashed SW of Havre, Montana Oct 3, 1972.
				2521 (102nd FIW, 101st FIS) destroyed in mid-air collision with F-106A 57-2455 Apr 2, 1985 and
					crashed at Wolfesboro, NY.  F-106B pilot ejected safely (presumably the sole
					occupant).  F-106A landed safely.
				2522 (MSN 8-27-16) to AMARC as FN147 Jun 8, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD259).  Shot down by AIM-120 Jan 21, 1998.
57-2523/2526		Convair F-106B-45-CO Delta Dart
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				2523 assigned to 159th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 125th Fighter Interceptor Group, Florida Air National Guard 29May74 to 27Jun74.
					Dropped from inventory Jul 18, 1984 by transfer to museum status.  To National Guard Bureau HQ Jul/Aug 1984 for
					display at Andrews AFB, Maryland.  To display with New Jersey ANG at Atlantic City Airport, New Jersey Dec 4, 1992.
				2524 (MSN 8-27-18) to AMARC as FN176 Jan 26, 1988.  To QF-106 (AD258).  Shot down by SA-18 Feb 20,
					1997, Holloman AFB.
				2525 w/o Nov 1, 1960 after major damage when crashed short of runway at Andrews AFB, Maryland.
				2526 crashed near Wilma, Florida Oct 16, 1968
57-2527/2531		Convair F-106B-50-CO Delta Dart
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				2527 (MSN 8-27-21) crashed at Tyndall AFB, Florida Oct 9, 1973
				2528 damaged Oct 16, 1971 in midair collision with 57-2471 that was lost.  Crashed 10 NM S of Apalachicola, Florida
					Oct 16, 1972
				2529 modified by NASA for variable stability tests.  Retired Oct 1971.  Dropped from inventor as surplus Sep 14, 1976.
				2530 (MSN 8-27-24) to AMARC as FN160 Aug 25, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD257).  Shot down by AIM-120 Apr 24, 1997.
				2531 crashed SW of Stewart AFB, New York due to fuel starvation Mar 30, 1966
57-2532/2541		Convair F-106B-55-CO Delta Dart
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				2532 (MSN 8-27-26) to MASDC as FN040 Mar 23, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD270).  Shot down by AIM-120 Mar 27, 1996.
				2533 Assigned to 159th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 125th Fighter Interceptor Group, Florida Air National Guard 8Jul74 to 6Aug74. 
					Assigned to 194th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 144th Fighter Interceptor Wing, California Air National Guard 8Jul74 to 6Aug74
					Assigned to 159th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 125th Fighter Interceptor Group, Florida Air National Guard 17Sep74 to 12Dec86. 
					W/o after major damage Dec 12, 1986.  Put on display Nov 20, 1987 on a pedestal
					at Kelly AFB, TX.  Noted Oct 14, 2004 preserved at Lackland AFB, Texas. 
				2534 destroyed by fire Jan 27, 1964.
				2535 (MSN 8-27-29)Assigned to 159th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 125th Fighter Interceptor Group, Florida 
					Air National Guard 15Nov83 to 3Mar87
				 	To AMARC as FN125 Mar 20, 1987.  Back to AMARC May 24, 1990 as FN195.
					To QF-106 (AD109).  Shot down by AIM-9M Sept 1, 1993.
				2536 (MSN 8-27-30) to MASDC as FN023 Dec 19, 1983.  To QF-106 (AD107).  Shot down by AIM-7M Mar 4, 1993.
				2537 (MSN 8-27-31) to MASDC as FN053 Apr 6, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD276).  Shot down by AIM-120 Jan 28, 1998.
				2538 crashed near Green Head, Florida Oct 19, 1972
				2539 (MSN 8-27-33) to MASDC as FN034 Jan 26, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD265).  Accidentally jammed by EF-111A
					and command destroyed Aug 23, 1995.
				2540 (MSN 8-27-34) to MASDC as FN037 Feb 15, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD262).  Shot down by AIM-120 Jul 7, 1997.
				2541 (MSN 8-27-35) to MASDC as FN041 Mar 23, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD281).  Shot down by AIM-7M May 16, 1995.
57-2542-2547		Convair F-106B-60-CO Delta Dart
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				2542 crashed near Grand Ridge, Florida Aug 27, 1964
				2543 (MSN 8-27-37) to MASDC as FN043 Apr 2, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD171) Dec 13, 1994.  W/o in landing accident 
					when nose gear collapsed Feb 23, 1998.  Purchased by private individual Apr 2000 and moved to El Paso, 
					Texas for restoration.  In Dec 2016 transferred from El Paso to Excelsior Aviation Medicine and Engineering
					Academy at Victorville to be used as a restoration project for the students.
				2544 crashed Port St Joe, Florida Mar 29, 1971.  Both crew ejected safely.
				2545 (MSN 8-27-39) assigned to 5th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, Minot AFB, ND.
					Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Jan 30, 1985 to 1991
					Assigned to Honeywell, Eglin AFB, FL.
					To AMARC as FN201 Mar 7, 1992.  Returned to service.  Back to MASDC as FN0203 Jan 14, 1994.  
					To QF-106 (AD282) Dec 12, 1994.  W/o due to cracked intake duct Jan 3, 1997.  Purchased by private 
					individual Apr 2000 and moved to El Paso, Texas for restoration.  Noted Apr 2015 at Bissell Auto
					and Body Yard at St Louis, Missouri.
				2546 (MSN 8-27-40) to MASDC as FN021 Nov 30, 1983.  To QF-106 (AD264).  Expended Jun 14, 1995.
				2547 (MSN 8-27-41) to MASDC as FN097 Aug 15, 1985.  To QF-106 (AD279).  Shot down by AIM-120 Nov 15, 1996.
57-2548/2552		Convair C-131E-CO
				Only 2552 (MSN 476) was delivered to USAF.  MASDC transfers and dates from www.amarcexperience.com
				2548/2551 (MSN's 477/480) were not delivered to USAF, but went to FAA as N101/N104
					2548 (MSN 477) completed as N101, then to N91 in 1973.
						At some point was converted to CV-580.  N91 cancelled Aug 1994 and stored Oklahoma City.
						To University of Washington, Seatle as N6226M Jan 8, 1996.  Used for spaired and cancelled as
						destroyed May 23, 1997. 
					2549 (MSN 478) completed as N102 then became N92.  At some point was converted to CV-580.  
						N92 cancelled Dec 19, 1997.  To Tarrant County Junior College as G1A Jan 1996 at Meacham Field, 
						Dallas, Texas.  Registered to Universal Airlines as N80995 Dec 13, 2004, cancelled Jul 25, 2006
						on export to Canada.   Registered as C-FJVD Jul 28, 2006.
					2550 (MSN 479) completed as N103 Nov 1957.  To N49 with FAA Apr 8, 1968. 
						At some point was converted to CV-580
					2551 (MSN 480) completed as N104 Jan 1958.  To N30 Jan 1975, to
						N74 Nov 1976, to N39 with FAA Jun 25, 1991.  At some point was converted to CV-580
				2552 (MSN 476) to AMARC as CS084 Jan 13, 1987.
57-2553/2558		Sikorsky H-19D-4-SI Chickasaw
				Contract cancelled.
57-2559/2588		de Havilland Canada L-20A-DH Beaver
				Redesignated U-6A in 1962.
				2559 (MSN 1198/1778)  
				2560 (MSN 1199/1779) delivered Feb 13, 1958.  To MASDC Feb 10, 1972 to Apr 18, 1975.  To N37AT, C-GSUE
				2561 (MSN 1202/1781) delivered Feb 13, 1958.  Leased to Air America as L-206 Mar 1, 1962.  Arrived at Bangkok
					Feb 15, 1962, to be operated under the Madriver Contract, based at Vientaine, Laos.  Returned to US Army 
					Apr 2, 1963.  To C-GASF in 1974.  
				2562 (MSN 1203/1782) delivered Mar 7, 1958.  To N64390, C-FHRT
				2563 (MSN 1205/1783) delivered Mar 14, 1958.  To MASDC as UD039 Jun 20, 1973.  To N62305.  To Harris Aircraft 
					Services, Sitka, AK as N60TF. 
				2564 (MSN 1208/1785) delivered Apr 3, 1958.  To MASDC Mar 13, 1972 to Feb 6, 1976.  To N67689, C-GCYN, N67684
				2565 (MSN 1209/1786) delivered Mar 26, 1958.  to Connecticut NG, Then to civil defense.  To MASDC Jun 30, 1972
					to Feb 8, 1975.  To Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife, now provately owned.  To N87807,
					cancelled Aug 24, 2012 on export to Canada.  C-GZTY registered Aug 29, 2012.
				2566 (MSN 1211/1787) delivered Apr 3, 1958.
				2567 (MSN 1213/1789) delivered Apr 8, 1958.  To N90946, N5382G, cancelled Dec 7, 1981 on export to Canada, to C-GMXS
				2568 (MSN 1216/1791) delivered Apr 15, 1958.  To MASDC as UD049 Mar 13, 1974.  To N1365Y, to C-FARF Jul 15, 1996.
				2569 (MSN 1218/1793) sold to Austria
				2570 (MSN 1222/1796) delivered Apr 25, 1958.  An article in 1991 "FlyPast" says that this plane went to 
					Philippines AF as 1222 and was sold on Philippine civilian market as RP-C58 in 1990.  To C-GDQR Jul 23, 1998.
					Cancelled Jan 16, 2003.  2570 at New England Air Museum in Jun 2006.  There is a photo of this plane with the
					New Hampshire Army National Guard in 1976, and in July 1979 was at New England Air Museum still marked
					as New Hampshire Army NG.  Seen at New England Air Museum in 1991.
				2571 (MSN 1227/1800) to N67665, C-GWCT, N375RM
				2572 (MSN 1231/1803)
				2573 (MSN 1232/1804) delivered Jun 13, 1958.  To MASDC as UD078 Oct 23, 1975. To N3226F, N700RM, N700NL.  Crashed
					Sep 19, 1998 during attempted takeoff from Lake Iliamna, Alaska.  N700NL expired Dec 31, 2013.
				2574 (MSN 1235/1806) delivered Jul 3, 1958.
				2575 (MSN 1240/1810) delivered Jul 17, 1958.  N57933 cancelled Feb 5, 1975.  C-GNLB registered Mar 1975.
					Crashed Aug 16, 1975.
				2576 (MSN 1242/1812) delivered Jul 24, 1958.  To N127WA, N67689, C-GCYX, N67689
				2577 (MSN 1245/1814) delivered Jul 25, 1958.  To C-GZJJ.  Destroyed May 14, 1983 in hangar fire at Calgary, Alberta.
				2578 (MSN 1250/1818) delivered Jul 25, 1958.  To N7897, N128WA, N67685, C-GCZC, N67685
				2579 (MSN 1252/1820) delivered Jul 27, 1958.  To MASDC Mar 22, 1972 to Feb 11, 1976.  To N1435Z.  Crashed
					May 20, 1988 on takeoff at Anchrage, Alaska
				2580 (MSN 1254/1822) delivered Sep 3, 1958.  To MASDC Dec 2, 1971 to Mar 11, 1976.  To N68083
				2581 (MSN 1258/1826)
				2582 (MSN 1263/1830) delivered Sep 24, 1958.  To MASDC Jun 30, 1972 to Feb 17, 1976.  To N1440Z registered
					Apr 29, 1976, cancelled Feb 4, 1977 on export to Canada, C-GGMB
				2583 (MSN 1269/1835) delivered Oct 22, 1958.  To MASDC Feb 14, 1972 to Feb 3, 1976.  To N31343, C-GFDS.
					N7EQ registered Jul 18, 2012, current
				2584 (MSN 1275/1839)
				2585 (MSN 1279/1842) delivered Nov 11, 1958.  To MASDC Feb 15, 1972 to Apr 3, 1975.  To N67066, current
				2586 (MSN 1284/1846) delivered Nov 25, 1958.  To MASDC Mar 28, 1972.  Sold to Hillcrest Aircraft Feb 6, 1976.  
					Registered N6763.  Jul 19, 2000 registered to Toquan Air, Metlakata, AK and then S & D Leasing Inc of 
					Ketchikan, AK.
				2587 (MSN 1289/1850) 
				2588 (MSN 1294/1854) delivered Dec 22, 1958.  To MASDC Feb 17, 1972 to Feb 6, 1976.  To N67679
57-2589/2609		Boeing KC-135A-BN Stratotanker
				MSN 17725/17745
				2589,2594,2595,2598,2600/2604,2606/2608 converted to KC-135E.
				2589 11/18/58: Roll out. 12/13/58: First flight. 
					1/16/59: TOS USAF. delivered in 1959 as KC-135A. 1/21/59: 55th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Offutt AFB, NE. 
					Configured for use by Commander-in-Chief, Strategic Air Command, call sign Casey-01.  Was personal transport 
					of CinC of Pacific Air Forces
					10/11/83: Returned to USAF after converted to KC-135E. 
					8/31/91: 55th SRW renamed 55th Wing due to demise of SAC. 
					6/1/92: Became personal aircraft of Commander-in-Chief, Strategic Command. 
					Unknown date: 65th Airlift Squadron, Hickham AFB, HI. Personal aircraft of Commander-in-Chief, Pacific Air Forces. 
					7/02: 412th Flight Test Squadron, Edwards AFB, CA. 
					In March 2003 as personal transport of USAF Chief of Staff\]. 
					Photographed at RAF Brize Norton May 7, 2006 in United States of America blue and white livery.  
					2006-2007 took over "Speckled Trout" role previously performed by C-135C 61-2669.  
					Retired in summer of 2008 and became a static ground trainer with 344th Training Squadron, Kelly Field, TX 
						for use as GIA.  Seen at Lackland AFB 2009.  Was never a VC-135.   
				2590 (MSN 17726) to AMARC as CA042 Sep 3, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2591 (MSN 17727) to AMARC as CA060 Apr 19, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2592 (MSN 17728) to AMARC as CA066 Jun 23, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Mar 19, 2014
				2593 converted to KC-135R.  To AMARC Mar 26, 2013.
				2594 (MSN 17730) converted to KC-135E.  To Chile AF Mar 2012 as 982
				2595 (MSN 17731) converted to KC-135E. Named "Keystone Lady" with 147th ARS, Pennsylvania ANG in
					Jul 1993.  To AMARC as CA0237 Jun 30, 2009
				2596 (MSN 17732) to AMARC as CA061 Apr 21, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2597 (MSN 17733) 12/5/58: Roll out. 
					12/29/58: TOS USAF. Assigned to 912th Air Refueling Squadron, 19th Air Refueling Wing, Robins AFB, GA. 
					2/79: Re-skinned.  By 5/88: 92nd Bombardment Wing, Fairchild AFB, WA. 
					5/22/91: Returned to USAF after conversion to KC-135R. Named “Gladiator” with 19th ARW in May 1992.
					By 1996: 153rd Air Refueling Squadron, 186th Air Refueling Wing (ANG), Key Field ANG Base, Meridian, MS. 
					5/11: 151st Air Refueling Squadron, 134th Air Refueling Wing (ANG), McGhee Tyson AFB, TN.
				2598 converted to KC-135R
				2599 converted to KC-135R
				2600 converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0199 Apr 18, 2008
				2601 converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0198 Apr 14, 2008
				2602 converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0233 May 4, 2009.
				2603 (MSN 17739) named "Baby Doll" with 336th ARS in Jul 1991.
				2604 converted to KC-135E.  with 171 ARW PA ANG 'Liberty Belle', now with 108th ARW, NJ ANG.  To AMARC as
					CA0211 Aug 26, 2008.  Seen Sep 29, 2008 at AMARC.
				2605 converted to KC-135R.  Active with 100th ARW May 2019.
				2606 converted to KC-135E, then to KC-135R
				2607 (MSN 17743) converted to KC-135E.  with 171 ARW PA ANG 'Peace Keeper'.  Named "The French Connection" 
					with New Hampshire ANG in 1976.  To AMARC as CA0147
					Feb 22, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				2608 (MSN 17744) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0207 Jul 23, 2008
				2609 (MSN 17745) to AMARC as CA0057 Jan 20, 1993.  Changed to CA0121 Mar 27, 1997.  To Turkey
					Jul 17, 1998 as 72609 and then converted to KC-135R. 
57-2610/2611		Vertol H-21B-PH Workhorse
				MSN B.167/B-168 ??.  Redesignated CH-21B in 1962.
57-2612/2618		Convair XSM-65C Atlas missiles
				2612 (5C) launch failed Feb 20, 1959, Cape Canaveral, FL
				2613 (6C)
				2614 (7C) launch failed Mar 18, 1959, Cape Canaveral, FL
				2615 (8C) launched Jul 21, 1959, Cape Canaveral, FL
				2616 (9C) launched Atlas-Able Sep 24, 1959, Cape Canaveral, FL
				2617 (10C)
				2618 (11C) launched Aug 24, 1959, Cape Canaveral, FL 
57-2619/2633		Convair SM-65D Atlas missiles
				2619 (1D)
				2620 (2D)
				2621 (3D) launch failed Apr 14, 1959, Cape Canaveral, FL
				2622 (4D) launch failed Oct 2, 1962, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				2623 (5D) launch failed Jun 6, 1959, Cape Canaveral, FL
				2624 (6D) launch failed Jan 26, 1960, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				2625 (7D) launch failed May 18, 1959, Cape Canaveral, FL
				2628 (10D) used to launch Big Joe suborbital Mercury test Sep 9, 1959,
					Cape Canaveral, FL
				2629 (11D) launched Jul 28, 1959, Cape Canaveral, FL
				2630 (12D) launched Sep 9, 1959, Vandenberg AFB, CA
				2631 (13D) launched Jul 19, 1962, Vandenberg AFB, CA 
				2632 (14D) launched Aug 11,1 959, Cape Canaveral, FL
				2633 (15D) launched Nov 24, 1959, Cape Canaveral, FL
57-2634/2639		Cancelled contract
57-2640/2645		Douglas XSM-75 Thor missiles
				2640 (vehicle number 132) used as first stage of Thor-Able re-entry test vehicle
					launched Mar 21, 1959.  Success 
				2641 (vehicle number 133) used as first state of Thor-Able II re-entry test vehicle launched
					Apr 8, 1959.  Success
				2642 (vehicle number 134) used as first stage of Thor-Able III to launch Explorer 6 Aug 7, 1959.
				2643 (vehicle number 135) used as first stage of Thor-Able II re-entry test vehicle launched
					May 20, 1959.  Success.
				2644 (vehicle number 136) used as first stage of Thor Able II to launch Transit 1A satellite
					Sep 17, 1959.  Partial success.
				2645 (vehicle number 137)
57-2646/2651		Douglas SM-75 Thor missiles
				2646 (Vehicle number 138) launched Nov 5, 1958.  Failure
				2647 (vehicle number 139) on static display at Patrick AFB, FL
				2648 (Vehicle number 140) launched Nov 26, 1958.  Success
				2649 (vehicle number 141) launched in Operation Fishbowl from Johnston Island Oct 26, 1962.  Success
				2650 (vehicle number 142) not launched, used for ground training.  Now lying horizontal at Air
					Force Space and Missile Museum.
				2651 (vehicle number 143) used to launch Thor Burner II from Vandenberg AFB May 1, 1978.  Success
57-2652/2653		Cancelled contract, perhaps for XF-108A
57-2654/2684		Cancelled contract, perhaps for YF-108A
57-2685/2697		Martin XSM-68-1-MA Titan I missiles
				2685 (A1) used for static pad checkout tests, not launched
				2686 (A2) damaged by pad erector in late 1950
				2687 (A3) launched successfully Feb 6, 1959 from LC-15 pad at Cape Canaveral, FL.  Inert second stage
					carrying water ballast
				2688 (A4) launched successfully Apr 3, 1959 from LC-15 pad at Cape Canaveral, FL.  Inert second stage
					carrying water ballast
				2689 (A5) launched successfully Feb 25, 1959 from LC-15 pad at Cape Canaveral, FL.  Inert second stage
					carrying water ballast.
				2690 (A6) launched successfully May 4, 1959 from LC-15 pad at Cape Canaveral, FL.  Inert second stage
					carrying water ballast, but carried out unplanned staging.
				2691 (B2) on display at Air Force Space and Missile Museum, Cape Canaveral, FL
				2692 (B5) destroyed automatically in premature liftoff Aug 14, 1959 from pad LC-19, Cape Canaveral, FL
				2693 (B6) stage 1 damaged, stage 2 mated to B7 Stage 1
				2694 (B7) 2nd stage and 2695 first stage (B7A) launched Feb 2, 1960 from Pad LC-19 at Cape Canaveral, FL.  
					First flight of both stages.
				2696 (B-8) stage damaged by pressure difference in flight from Denver to Cape Canaveral
				2697 (B-9) stage damaged by pressure difference during liquid oxygen loading.
57-2698/2727		Cancelled contract
57-2728/2729		Bell H-13J-BF Sioux
				MSN 1575, 1576
				Two Bell Model 47J Rangers with special interiors ordered by USAF for Presidential use.
				2728 (MSN 1575) on display at USAF Museum, WPAFB, OH.
				2729 (MSN 1576) noted Dec 2005 at Udvar-Hazy Center of NASM, Chantilly, VA.  It
					was at the Strategic Air and Space Museum in Aug 2002.
57-2730/2767		Boeing YIM-99 Bomarc
				Later redesignated MIM-10A
				Colorado State Capitol static Titan 57-2743 serial number belongs to a Bomarc.
57-2768			Schweizer TG-3A-SW
				Model SGS 1-26B.  MSN 62.  W/o 1958 at Colorado Springs, CO
57-2769/2771		Schweizer SGU 2-32A
				2769 MSN 52.  W/o 1958 at Colorado Springs, CO
				2770 MSN 53.  To N5638V Dec 1959
				2771 MSN 54.  W/o 1958 at Colorado Springs, CO
57-2772/2981		Cessna TL-19D-CE Bird Dog  
				Cessna Model 305B. US Army dual-control instrument trainer. Redesignated TO-1D 18Sep62.  
					At least 2873, 2937 and 2976 to O-1F
				2772/2854 	(MSN 23950/24032)
				2772	(MSN 23950) Manufactured 10Dec57. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane 
					Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to May66. 
					Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS), 14th Transportation Battalion, Nha Trang for 
					maintenance 12May66. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, 
					South Vietnam Aug66 to Jul67. Crashed during a crosswind landing, South Vietnam 13Jul67. 
					Last US Army report 15Jul67. Salvaged 31Aug67.
				2773	(MSN 23951) Manufactured 11Dec57. Accepted by USAF 17Jan58. Delivered 28Jan58 to US Army. A Company, 
					502nd Aviation Battalion, Outlaws, Vinh Long, South Vietnam 14Dec64. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane 
					Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Nov67. 
					Crashed following a bounce during landing, South Vietnam Nov67. Turned in to the Transportation 
					Company (DS) for salvage 23Nov67. Last US Army report 15Oct67.
				2774	(MSN 23952) Manufactured 12Dec57. Accepted by USAF 17Jan58. Delivered 28Jan58 to US Army. Returned to 
					Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 73rd Aviation Company, Fort Rucker, Daleville, AL Mar63. 
					Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA May63. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA aboard 
					escort carrier USNS Core (T-AKV-41); the Core arrived at Vung Tau, South Vietnam May63. Assembled 
					by Air Vietnam for delivery to Nha Trang Jun63. 73rd Aviation Company, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, 
					South Vietnam Jun63 to Nov64. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was 
					deactivated 1Nov64. A Company, 502nd Aviation Battalion, Outlaws, Vinh Long, South Vietnam 14Dec64. 
					Last US Army report 15Dec64. Crashed after engine failure caused by carburettor icing NE of Long Dinh, 
					South Vietnam 21Jul65. 
					Conflict:
					Transferred to USAF. Air Materiel Command, McClellan AFB, Sacramento, CA 1963. Dismantled and shipped 
					by C-124 Globemaster to Saigon, South Vietnam. 2nd Air Division, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South 
					Vietnam. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron, 34th Tactical Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South 
					Vietnam Jun63. Accident 1Aug63.
				2775	(MSN 23953) Manufactured 13Dec57. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 73rd Aviation Company, Fort Rucker, Daleville, AL Mar63. Ferried to 
					Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA May63. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA aboard escort carrier 
					USNS Core (T-AKV-41); the Core arrived at Vung Tau, South Vietnam May63. Assembled by Air Vietnam 
					for delivery to Nha Trang Jun63. 73rd Aviation Company, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, 
					South Vietnam Jun63 to Jun64. Crashed during a combat mission near Quang Ngai, South Vietnam 23Jun64 [1KIA].
				2776	(MSN 23954) Manufactured 16Dec57. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 119th Aviation Company, 
					Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam. Last US Army report 15Mar71. Transferred 
					to USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol. Registered as N5201G. Reregistered 27Mar06 as N19BD; current [Apr19].			
				2777	(MSN 23955) Manufactured 17Dec57. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 73rd Aviation Company, Fort Rucker, Daleville, AL Mar63. Ferried to 
					Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA May63. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA aboard escort carrier 
					USNS Core (T-AKV-41); the Core arrived at Vung Tau, South Vietnam May63. Assembled by Air Vietnam 
					for delivery to Nha Trang Jun63. 73rd Aviation Company, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, 
					South Vietnam Jun63 to Nov64. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was 
					deactivated 1Nov64. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen 
					Province, South Vietnam Jul66 to Feb68. Substantially damaged when the aircraft ground looped 
					landing after a night airfield security mission at Soc Trang, South Vietnam 3Feb68. Turned in 
					to the Transportation Company (DS) for salvage Feb68. Last US Army report 15Oct69.
				2778	(MSN 23956) Manufactured 18Dec57. Accepted by USAF 31Jan58. Delivered to US Army 1Feb58. Returned 
					to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 73rd Aviation Company, Fort Rucker, Daleville, AL Mar63. 
					Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA May63. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA aboard 
					escort carrier USNS Core (T-AKV-41); the Core arrived at Vung Tau, South Vietnam May63. Assembled 
					by Air Vietnam for delivery to Nha Trang Jun63. 73rd Aviation Company, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, 
					South Vietnam Jun63 to Nov64. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was 
					deactivated 1Nov64. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, Tan Son Nhut, Saigon, 
					South Vietnam Mar65. Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Aug65. Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, 
					South Vietnam Sep65 to Aug67. Substantially damaged when the aircraft ground looped after landing, 
					South Vietnam 6Aug67. Salvaged 6Aug67. Last US Army report 15Oct67.
				2779	(MSN 23957) Manufactured 19Dec57. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army 31Jan58. Returned to 
					Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 73rd Aviation Company, Fort Rucker, Daleville, AL Mar63. 
					Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA May63. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA aboard 
					escort carrier USNS Core (T-AKV-41); the Core arrived at Vung Tau, South Vietnam May63. Assembled 
					by Air Vietnam for delivery to Nha Trang Jun63. 73rd Aviation Company, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, 
					South Vietnam Jun63 to Nov64. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was 
					deactivated 1Nov64. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, 
					Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Oct66 to Jan68. Nicknamed ‘The Gray Ghost’. Turned in 
					to the Transportation Company (DS), 14th Transportation Battalion, Nha Trang for maintenance 
					8Dec66. Destroyed on the ground during the Tet Offensive at Hue, South Vietnam 31Jan68. 
					Last US Army report 15Jan68.
				2780	(MSN 23958) Manufactured 20Dec57. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army 8Feb58. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 73rd Aviation Company, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 
					Jul63 to Nov64. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated 1Nov64. 
					219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, 
					South Vietnam Jul65 to Sep70. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) Sep70. Returned to USA. 
					Overhauled. Waiting for disposition at Red River Army Depot, Texarkana, TX 15Feb72. Military 
					Assistance Program (MAP). Dismantled and shipped to South Vietnam. Assembled by Air Vietnam for 
					delivery to Cambodia. Khmer Air Force 10Nov72 as 57-2780. Escaped to Thailand Apr75. Recaptured 
					by US Government 24Apr75; noted at U-Tapao, Thailand.
				2781	(MSN 23959) Manufactured 23Dec57. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army 14Feb58. Returned to 
					Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Oct63. Transferred to USAF 10Sep63. 
					Air Materiel Command, McClellan AFB, Sacramento, CA 1963. Dismantled and shipped by C-124 
					Globemaster to Saigon, South Vietnam. 2nd Air Division, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam. 
					19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 34th Tactical Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, 
					South Vietnam Sep63. Accident 23May65, South Vietnam.
				2782	(MSN 23960) Manufactured 24Dec57. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 73rd Aviation Company, Fort Rucker, Daleville, AL Mar63. Ferried 
					to Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA May63. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA aboard escort carrier 
					USNS Core (T-AKV-41); the Core arrived at Vung Tau, South Vietnam May63. Assembled by Air Vietnam 
					for delivery to Nha Trang Jun63. 73rd Aviation Company, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 
					Jun63 to Nov64. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated 1Nov64. 
					Last US Army report 15Nov64. Missing during a visual reconnaissance mission over Bien Hoa Province, 
					South Vietnam 5Feb65.
				2783	(MSN 23961) Manufactured 26Dec57. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army 23Feb58. Returned to Cessna,
			 		Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 611th Transportation Company (DS), 765th Transportation Battalion, 
					Vinh Long, South Vietnam. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Soc Trang, 
					Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Aug65 to Dec68. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) Dec68. 
					Registered 1972 as N12988 as a Cessna 305E to Fort Hood Flying Club, TX. Registered 11Apr74 
					to US Army, Fort Hood, TX; cancelled 7May75. Destroyed in accident. Last US Army report 15Nov74.
				2784	(MSN 23962) Manufactured 27Dec57. Accepted by USAF 13Feb58. Delivered to US Army 25Feb58. Returned 
					to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Dec64. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane 
					Company (RAC), Aloft, Tan Son Nhut, Saigon, South Vietnam Mar65. Crashed following a mid air collision, 
					possibly with Cessna TO-1D 57-2959, six miles northwest of Long Thanh, South Vietnam 26Apr65.
				2785	(MSN 23963) Manufactured 30Dec57. Accepted by USAF 21Jan58. Delivered to US Army 4Feb58. 
					220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, 
					South Vietnam Jul65 to Jun67. Battle damage South Vietnam 4Nov66. Crashed 25Dec66, South Vietnam. 
					Last US Army report 15Jun67.
				2786	(MSN 23964) Manufactured 31Dec57. Accepted by USAF 27Jan58. Delivered to US Army 4Feb58. 
					73rd Aviation Company, Fort Rucker, Daleville, AL Mar63. Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA 
					May63. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA aboard escort carrier USNS Core (T-AKV-41); the Core 
					arrived at Vung Tau, South Vietnam May63. Assembled by Air Vietnam for delivery to Nha Trang Jun63. 
					73rd Aviation Company, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Jun63 to Jan64. Accident at 
					Long Hue, South Vietnam 27Jan64. Last US Army report 15Jan64.
				2787	(MSN 23965) Manufactured 2Jan58. Accepted by USAF 21Jan58. Delivered to US Army 4Feb58. Last US Army 
					report 15Dec64. Transferred to USAF. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical 
					Control Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Jan66. Accident 4Apr66, South Vietnam.
				2788	(MSN 23966) Manufactured 3Jan58. Accepted by USAF 17Jan58. Delivered to US Army 4Feb58. 
					Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 73rd Aviation Company, Fort Rucker, 
					Daleville, AL Mar63. Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA May63. Dismantled and shipped 
					from Alameda, CA aboard escort carrier USNS Core (T-AKV-41); the Core arrived at Vung Tau, 
					South Vietnam May63. Assembled by Air Vietnam for delivery to Nha Trang Jun63. 73rd Aviation 
					Company, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Jun63 to Nov64. 145th Combat Aviation 
					Battalion, Old Warriors, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam. Crashed 6Nov64, 
					South Vietnam [2KIA]. The pilot was flying a visual reconnaissance mission over Bien Hoa Province, 
					South Vietnam; his observer on the mission was an ARVN 2nd Lieutenant. The aircraft was not 
					heard from after takeoff. Although search efforts were made, they failed to turn up either the 
					crashed aircraft or its crew; it is not known if either men survived. The estimated location of 
					the loss was listed as near the city of Bien Hoa.
				2789	(MSN 23967) Manufactured 6Jan58. Accepted by USAF 31Jan58. Delivered to US Army 10Feb58. Returned 
					to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Transferred to USAF. 
					23rd Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical Control Group, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand. 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand 8Dec66. The FAC was controlling an air 
					strike against a gun position during Operation Steel Tiger near Ban Muang Angkhan in southern Laos, 
					west of the DMZ 17Jan67. The aircraft was hit by 37mm anti-aircraft fire and crashed a few miles 
					away near Ban Loumpoum. The pilot had been caught in crossfire in an area known to FACs 
					as "The Chokes" [1KIA].
				2790	(MSN 23968) Manufactured 7Jan58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 73rd Aviation Company, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, 
					South Vietnam Jul63 to Nov64. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was 
					deactivated 1Nov64. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, 
					Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Dec69 to Sep70. Turned in to the Transportation 
					Company (DS) Sep70. Returned to USA. Overhauled. Waiting for disposition at Red River Army Depot, 
					Texarkana, TX 15Feb72. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Dismantled and shipped to South Vietnam. 
					Assembled by Air Vietnam for delivery to Cambodia. Khmer Air Force 19Aug72 as 57-2790. 
					Accident 8Feb73. SOC 8Feb73.
				2791	(MSN 23969) Manufactured 8Jan58. Accepted by USAF 31Jan58. Delivered to US Army. 219th Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam 
					Jul65 to Feb67. Crashed when the aircraft flew into trees during a low level pass on a visual 
					reconnaissance mission and was destroyed by fire, South Vietnam 25Feb67 [1KIA].
				2792	(MSN 23870) Manufactured 9Jan58. Accepted by USAF 31Jan58. Delivered to US Army 14Feb58. 
					Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 73rd Aviation Company, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa 
					Province, South Vietnam Jul63 to Nov64. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the 
					unit was deactivated 1Nov64. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, 
					Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Jul65. The left spar was caved in when the aircraft 
					took a round about three feet out from the cockpit. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS), 
					14th Transportation Battalion, Nha Trang for repair and maintenance Dec65. Last US Army 
					report 15Mar66. Transferred to USAF. 56th Special Operations Wing, Udorn, Thailand. Used by 
					Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Aug67. 
					19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa, 
					Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Feb68. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Phan Rang Air Base, 
					South Vietnam. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, 
					Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Oct68. Cam Ranh Bay, Khanh Hoa Province, 
					South Vietnam 1Sep69. SOC 15Feb71 at Cam Ranh Bay, South Vietnam. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Royal Lao Air Force 15Feb71 as 57-2792. Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché 
					in Laos. Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand.
				2793	(MSN 23971) Manufactured 10Jan58. Accepted by USAF 31Jan58. Delivered to US Army 14Feb58.
				2794	(MSN 23972) Manufactured 13Jan58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army 24Feb58. Returned to 
					Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 73rd Aviation Company, Fort Rucker, Daleville, AL Mar63. 
					Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA May63. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA aboard 
					escort carrier USNS Core (T-AKV-41); the Core arrived at Vung Tau, South Vietnam May63. Assembled 
					by Air Vietnam for delivery to Nha Trang Jun63. 73rd Aviation Company, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, 
					South Vietnam Jun63 to Nov64. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was 
					deactivated 1Nov64. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, 
					Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Dec67 to Feb68. Crashed when the aircraft flew into trees after 
					engine failure, South Vietnam 29Feb68. Last US Army report 15Feb68.
				2795	(MSN 23973) Manufactured 14Jan58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army 24Feb58. Returned to 
					Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 73rd Aviation Company, Fort Rucker, Daleville, AL Mar63. 
					Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA May63. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA aboard 
					escort carrier USNS Core (T-AKV-41); the Core arrived at Vung Tau, South Vietnam May63. 
					Assembled by Air Vietnam for delivery to Nha Trang Jun63. 73rd Aviation Company, Nha Trang, 
					Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Jun63 to Nov64. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) 
					when the unit was deactivated 1Nov64. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, 
					Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Feb67. 220th Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam 
					Mar67 to Apr67. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS), 14th Transportation Battalion, 
					Nha Trang for repair and maintenance 28Apr67. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Shotgun, Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Aug67. Can Tho, Vinh Long Province, 
					South Vietnam Mar70 to Aug70. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) Aug70. 
					Last US Army report 15Feb71. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  
					To Khmer Air Force Mar71 as 57-2795. Damaged when landing during a training flight at 
					Pochentong, Phnom Penh 16Mar73. Substantially damaged when the aircraft ground looped during 
					landing at Pochentong AB Oct73; repaired by 5Dec73. Accident 2Feb74
				2796	(MSN 23974) Manufactured 15Jan58. Accepted by USAF 13Feb58. Delivered to US Army 24Feb58. 
					Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Oct63. Transferred to 
					USAF 1Aug63. Air Materiel Command, McClellan AFB, Sacramento, CA 1963. Dismantled and shipped by 
					C-124 Globemaster to Saigon, South Vietnam. 2nd Air Division, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, 
					South Vietnam. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 34th Tactical Group, Bien Hoa, 
					Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Aug63. 6251st Tactical Fighter Wing, Bien Hoa, South Vietnam 8Jul65; 
					attached to 6250th Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Bien Hoa 1Aug65 to 7Nov65. 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa 8Nov65; attached to 6253rd Tactical Air Support Group, 
					Provisional, 9Sep66. 23rd Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical Control Group, 
					Nakhon Phanom, Thailand Nov66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand 8Dec66. 
					21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang, 
					Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Oct67. Accident 23Mar68, South Vietnam.
				2797	(MSN 23975) Manufactured 16Jan58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army 24Feb58. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 73rd Aviation Company, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 
					Nov63 to Nov64. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated 1Nov64. 
					74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 
					Feb67 to Aug70. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) Aug70. Last US Army report 15Mar71. 
					Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Khmer Air Force Apr71 as 57-2797.
				2798	(MSN 23976) Manufactured 17Jan58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to 
					Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 73rd Aviation Company, Fort Rucker, Daleville, AL Mar63. 
					Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA May63. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA aboard 
					escort carrier USNS Core (T-AKV-41); the Core arrived at Vung Tau, South Vietnam May63. 
					Assembled by Air Vietnam for delivery to Nha Trang Jun63. 73rd Aviation Company, Nha Trang, 
					Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Jun63 to Nov64. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) 
					when the unit was deactivated 1Nov64. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, 
					Tan Son Nhut, Saigon, South Vietnam Mar65. Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Aug65. 
					Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Sep65 to Oct66. Accident 8Dec65, South Vietnam. 
					Last US Army report 15Sep66.
				2799	(MSN 23877) Manufactured 20Jan58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army 25Feb58. Returned to 
					Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Transferred to USAF. 
					23rd Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical Control Group, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand. 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand 8Dec66.
					21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa 
					Province, South Vietnam Oct67. Cam Ranh Bay, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 1Sep69. 
					SOC 15Feb71 at Cam Ranh Bay, South Vietnam. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Royal Lao Air Force 15Feb71 as 57-2799. Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché 
					in Laos. Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand. Crashed during a sortie over the Plaine 
					des Jarres during Operation Barrel Roll supporting General Vang Pao in the war against the 
					Pathet Lao communist forces near Lat Sen, Laos 2Sep72 [2MIA]; believed to have been a mid-air 
					collision with a USAF F-4E Phantom, 68-0335 of the 421st Tactical Fighter Squadron, 
					366th Tactical Fighter Wing, which had been hit by 12.7mm anti-aircraft fire. The FAC and a 
					Royal Lao observer departed Vientiane, Laos to conduct a Forward Air Control (FAC) mission for 
					a flight of aircraft striking communist anti-aircraft artillery (AAA) positions located in the 
					Plaine Des Jarres (PDJ), Xiangkhouang Province, Laos. The crew of the #2 F-4E in a flight of two, 
					call sign "Tufa 2", was conducting the strike mission. Tufa flight had departed Takhli Airbase, 
					Thailand to rendezvous with the FAC. On approaching the Plaine Des Jarres, Tufa Lead established 
					radio contact with the Raven. After providing the Phantom aircrews with current mission information, 
					the FAC cleared the fighters onto their targets. The AAA sites had been interfering 
					with American aircraft over flying the region on their way to and from other missions. 
					Tufa 1 and 2 made two attack passes on the AAA emplacements. Tufa 2 was rolling out of their 
					third pass when Lead observed the trailing aircraft burst into flames after being struck by 
					hostile ground fire. Further, it appeared the crippled fighter possibly collided with the 
					Raven Bird Dog. The Phantom remained intact, but stayed on a ground-impacting course. After 
					the incident, no radio contact could be established with the Raven. After a brief search, his 
					aircraft's wreckage was located on the ground just west of a grove of trees. While Tufa 1 did 
					not see any sign of survivors, the aircrew did see two parachutes roughly a mile apart and in 
					fairly close proximity to the Bird Dog. It was later confirmed that the Bird Dog had in fact 
					crashed. The wreckage debris fields were located roughly one mile apart with the Bird Dog's 
					located three miles southwest of Xieng Khouang airfield and the Phantom's four miles southwest 
					of the same airfield. Both locations were approximately 69 miles southeast of Louangphrabong and 
					100 miles north-northeast of Vientiane, Laos. After notifying the airborne battlefield command 
					and control center of the situation and requesting a search and rescue operation, Tufa 1 initiated 
					a visual search for both downed aircrews. Tufa Lead observed several additional parachutes on 
					the ground near both crash sites, but it could not be determined if they were personal or flare 
					parachutes. Further, communist Pathet Lao troops were visibly active in the area. As Tufa 1 
					prosecuted its mission, they were aware of the fact that the communists had already moved the 
					tail section of the Bird Dog from its original position. During the visual search throughout 
					the region, no emergency radio beepers were heard and no sign of survivors was seen. Due to the 
					extensive enemy presence, no ground search was possible.
				2800	(MSN 23978) Manufactured 21Jan58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army 3Mar58. 114th Aviation Company, 
					Vinh Long, South Vietnam May63. Last US Army report 15Mar66. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; 
					modified to O-1F. Transferred to USAF. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical 
					Control Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Jan66. 23rd Tactical Air Support 
					Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical Control Group, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand. Detachment 3, 505th Tactical 
					Control Group, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand. Shot down on a mission during Operation Steel Tiger by 
					enemy ground fire and crashed near Ban Pong Dong just south of the Mu Gia Pass in Eastern Laos 
					19Apr66 [2MIA]. The pilot reported aircraft damage and was seen in a rolling dive out of control.
				2801	(MSN 23979) Manufactured 22Jan58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army 4Mar58. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Oct63. Transferred to USAF 7Sep63. 
					Air Materiel Command, McClellan AFB, Sacramento, CA 1963. Dismantled and shipped by C-124 
					Globemaster to Saigon, South Vietnam. 2nd Air Division, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam. 
					19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 34th Tactical Group, Bien Hoa Aug63. 6251st Tactical 
					Fighter Wing, Bien Hoa 8Jul65; attached to 6250th Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, 
					Bien Hoa 1Aug65. Accident 5Aug65, South Vietnam.
				2802	(MSN 23980) Manufactured 23Jan58. Accepted by USAF 28Feb58. Delivered to US Army 7Mar58. Returned to 
					Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 73rd Aviation Company, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, 
					South Vietnam Jul63 to Nov64. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was 
					deactivated 1Nov64. Battle damage South Vietnam 23Dec65. Turned in to the Transportation 
					Company (DS) for repair and maintenance Dec65. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Feb66 to Apr66. Turned in to 
					the Transportation Company (DS) Apr66. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, 
					Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Jul66 to Jun70. Substantially damaged 
					landing on a road near FSB Eagle, South Vietnam 13Jun70. Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA. 
					Last US Army report 15Oct71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Royal Lao Air Force 1Dec72 
					as 57-2802. Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos. Maintained by 
					Air America at Udorn, Thailand. Gained by the RLAF Feb73. Accident 28Mar73, Laos.
				2803	(MSN 23981) Manufactured 24Jan58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. A Company, 502nd 
					Aviation Battalion, Outlaws, Vinh Long, South Vietnam 14Dec64. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane 
					Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Mar69. 
					Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) Apr69. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Jan70 to Aug70. Turned in to the Transportation 
					Company (DS) Aug70. Last US Army report 15Nov70.
				2804	(MSN 23982) Manufactured 27Jan58. Accepted by USAF 28Feb58. Delivered to US Army 7Mar58. 
					220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, 
					South Vietnam Jul65 to May66. Crashed Oct65, South Vietnam. Damaged when the aircraft tipped 
					over during landing, South Vietnam 15Apr66. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS), 
					14th Transportation Battalion, Nha Trang for repair Apr66. Last US Army report 15Apr66.
				2805	(MSN 23983) Manufactured 28Jan58. Accepted by USAF 28Feb58. Delivered to US Army 7Mar58. 
					221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, 
					South Vietnam Mar66. Can Tho, Vinh Long Province, South Vietnam Mar70 to Aug70. Turned in to 
					the Transportation Company (DS) Aug70. Last US Army report 15Feb71. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP). Khmer Air Force Mar71 as 57-2805. Accident 10Nov71. SOC 10Nov71.
				2806	(MSN 23984) Manufactured 29Jan58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Oct63. Transferred to USAF 26Jun63. 
					Air Materiel Command, McClellan AFB, Sacramento, CA 1963. Dismantled and shipped by C-124 
					Globemaster to Saigon, South Vietnam. 2nd Air Division, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, 
					South Vietnam. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 34th Tactical Group, Bien Hoa, 
					Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Sep63. Accident 15Jan65, South Vietnam.
				2807	(MSN 23985) Manufactured 30Jan58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Oct63. Transferred to USAF 4Sep63. 
					Air Materiel Command, McClellan AFB, Sacramento, CA 1963. Dismantled and shipped by C-124 
					Globemaster to Saigon, South Vietnam. 2nd Air Division, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, 
					South Vietnam. Accident at Tan Son Nhut, South Vietnam 16Mar65. 19th Tactical Air Support 
					Squadron (TASS), 6251st Tactical Fighter Wing, Bien Hoa, South Vietnam 8Jul65; attached to 
					6250th Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Bien Hoa 1Aug65 to 7Nov65. 505th Tactical 
					Control Group, Bien Hoa 8Nov65. 23rd Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical 
					Control Group, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand Apr66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nakhon Phanom, 
					Thailand 8Dec66. Crashed near the Mu Gia Pass, Laos 6Feb67 [1KIA]. The FAC was flying with 
					another aircraft on a visual reconnaissance mission during Operation Steel Tiger over the 
					eastern border of Laos and North Vietnam. They came under heavy anti aircraft fire from 
					automatic weapons including possible 57mm guns. This aircraft was hit in the rear fuselage 
					but the pilot managed to fly back into Laos only to crash near the Mu Gia Pass in the Annamite 
					mountains, about sixty miles east of Nakhon Phanom. He reached the ground safely but radioed 
					that he was surrounded by enemy troops and rescue wasn’t feasible at that time. Later an 
					HH-3E Jolly Green Giant helicopter (#65-12779) flew two missions to rescue the FAC. On the second 
					mission Airman Second Class Duane Hackney, pararescueman (PJ), was lowered to the ground to 
					locate the pilot and eventually did rescue him. Unfortunately the HH-3E was hit by 37mm anti 
					aircraft fire as it exited the area, exploded and crashed on a 900-meter karst mountain. 
					The entire crew was killed in the crash except Airman Hackney who managed to put a parachute 
					on the injured FAC and shove him out of the helicopter. Airman Hackney jumped to safety 
					even though he didn’t have time to secure his parachute and was rescued later. The FAC did not 
					survive despite this heroic effort. Airman Hackney was the first living enlisted recipient 
					of the Air Force Cross (and at the time of its award he was its youngest recipient) for his 
					effort on the rescue and went on to receive more than 70 individual awards becoming the most 
					decorated enlisted man in Air Force history.
				2808	(MSN 23986) Manufactured 31Jan58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 74th Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 1965 to Nov68. Crashed 
					during takeoff at night at Dau Tieng, South Vietnam 20Nov68 [1KIA]. Last US Army report 15Oct68.
				2809	(MSN 23987) Manufactured 3Feb58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army Mar58. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Oct63. Transferred to USAF 4Sep63. Air 
					Materiel Command, McClellan AFB, Sacramento, CA 1963. Dismantled and shipped by C-124 Globemaster 
					to Saigon, South Vietnam. 2nd Air Division, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 4Sep63. 
					19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 34th Tactical Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, 
					South Vietnam. 6251st Tactical Fighter Wing, Bien Hoa, South Vietnam 8Jul65; attached to 6250th 
					Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Bien Hoa 1Aug65 to 7Nov65. 505th Tactical Control Group, 
					Bien Hoa 8Nov65; attached to 6253rd Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, 9Sep66. 504th Tactical
					Air Support Group, Bien Hoa 8Dec66. 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical 
					Air Support Group, Da Nang, South Vietnam Apr67. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Nov67. Shot down 
					by enemy small arms fire twenty miles NE of Phan Thiet, South Vietnam 28Mar68.
				2810	(MSN 23988) Manufactured 4Feb58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 221st Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Jul66. Can Tho, 
					Vinh Long Province, South Vietnam Mar70 to Aug70. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) Aug70. 
					Last US Army report 15Nov70.
				2811	(MSN 23989) Manufactured 5Feb58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Nov66.
				2812	(MSN 23990) manufactured 6Feb58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army Mar58. 220th Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam 
					Jul65 to Sep66. Battle damage South Vietnam 22Jun66. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS), 
					14th Transportation Battalion, Nha Trang for repair and maintenance 22Sep66. 221st Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Dec66 to Jun68. 
					Severely damaged when ground looped during landing at Soc Trang, South Vietnam 12Jun68. 
					Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) for salvage 22Jun68. Last US Army report 15Jun68.
				2813	(MSN 23991) Manufactured 7Feb58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army 1Apr58. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Transferred to USAF 10Nov65. 
					19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa 8Nov65; 
					attached to 6253rd Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, 9Sep66. 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa 8Dec66. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Aug67. Crashed in 
					forced landing after being struck by enemy ground fire South Vietnam 5Mar68. SOC 7Mar68.
				2814	(MSN 23992) Manufactured 10Feb58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Oct63. Transferred to USAF 16Sep63. Air 
					Materiel Command, McClellan AFB, Sacramento, CA 1963. Dismantled and shipped by C-124 Globemaster 
					to Saigon, South Vietnam. 2nd Air Division, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam. 
					19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 34th Tactical Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, 
					South Vietnam Sep63. 23rd Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical Control Group, 
					Nakhon Phanom, Thailand. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand 8Dec66. 
					20th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Da Nang, 
					South Vietnam Jun67. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, 
					Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Oct67. Crashed after a mid-air collision, possibly 
					with O-1E Bird Dog 56-4202, in Phouc Tuy Province, South Vietnam 23Mar68 [1KIA].
				2815	(MSN 23993) Manufactured 11Feb58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army 1Apr58. 74th Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 1965 to Oct66. Turned in 
					to the Transportation Company (DS) Oct66. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jan67 to Sep70. Turned in 
					to the Transportation Company (DS) Sep70. Returned to USA. Overhauled. Waiting for disposition at 
					Red River Army Depot, Texarkana, TX 15Feb72. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Dismantled and 
					shipped to South Vietnam. Assembled by Air Vietnam for delivery to Cambodia. Khmer Air Force 
					10Nov72 as 57-2815. Destroyed when the aircraft ran off the end of the runway at Ream, Sihanoukville, 
					Cambodia 6May74. Salvaged Jun74.
				2816	(MSN 23994) Manufactured 12Feb58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army 2Apr58. A Company, 
					502nd Aviation Battalion, Outlaws, Vinh Long, South Vietnam 14Dec64. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane 
					Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Jan68. 
					Destroyed and burnt out on the ground during the Tet Offensive at Hue, South Vietnam 31Jan68.
					Conflict:
					Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Khmer Air Force as 57-2816. Departed Pochentong, Phnom Penh for 
					pilot training at Udorn, Thailand 1Nov73.
				2817	(MSN 23995) Manufactured 13Feb58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 74th Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 1965 to Jan67. Turned 
					in to the Transportation Company (DS) Jan67. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Mar67 to Oct67. 4th Platoon, 
					Dong Ha, Quang Tri Province. Crash landed at Dong Ha 8Oct67. The crew was repositioning from 
					Phu Bai to Dong Ha where they were landing for a mission briefing. The aircraft landed short 
					of the runway and hit a ditch, which sheared the main gears, and it began to spin, causing 
					further structural damage. Last US Army report 15Sep67.
				2818	(MSN 23996) Manufactured 14Feb58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army 4Apr58.
				2819	(MSN 23997) Manufactured 17Feb58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 73rd Aviation Company, 
					Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Sep64. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) 
					for maintenance Sep64. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, 
					Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Aug66. Turned in to the Transportation 
					Company (DS) Aug66. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai 
					Province, South Vietnam Nov66 to Aug69. Crashed during a low level pass near FSB Megan, 
					Bien Hoa Province, South Vietnam 25Aug69 [2KIA]. Last US Army report 15Aug69.
				2820	(MSN 23998) Manufactured 18Feb58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Transferred to US Army 
					National Guard. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Oct63. 
					Transferred to USAF 20Sep63. Air Materiel Command, McClellan AFB, Sacramento, CA 1963. Dismantled 
					and shipped by C-124 Globemaster to Saigon, South Vietnam. 2nd Air Division, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai 
					Province, South Vietnam. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 34th Tactical Group, Bien Hoa, 
					Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Sep63. 6251st Tactical Fighter Wing, Bien Hoa, South Vietnam 8Jul65; 
					attached to 6250th Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Bien Hoa 1Aug65 to 7Nov65. 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa 8Nov65; attached to 6253rd Tactical Air Support Group, 
					Provisional, 9Sep66. 23rd Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical Control Group, 
					Nakhon Phanom, Thailand Nov66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand 8Dec66. 
					20th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Da Nang, 
					South Vietnam Jun67. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, 
					Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Nov67. Missing when radio contact was lost two 
					miles east of Pleiku during a visual reconnaissance mission over South Vietnam 16Nov68 [2KIA]. 
					The FAC and a VNAF observer were flying from Pleiku when they disappeared. A three-day search 
					failed to find them. Later a Vietnamese villager reported he had heard from a NVA propaganda 
					team that the aircraft had been shot down by ground fire. The VNAF observer had been killed. 
					The FAC had been captured then executed later in a village in northern Phu Bon Province; his 
					remains were recovered 21Jun89 and identified 6Aug93.
				2821	(MSN 23999) Manufactured 19Feb58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 74th Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 1965 to Jan67. Turned in 
					to the Transportation Company (DS) Jan67. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, 
					Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Apr67 to Jan68. Destroyed on the ground 
					during the Tet Offensive at Hue, South Vietnam 31Jan68. Last US Army report 15Jan68.
				2822	(MSN 24000 [2]) Manufactured 20Feb58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army Apr58. 220th 
					Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, 
					South Vietnam May66 to Dec67. Returning from the pilot’s first combat mission, a failed left 
					landing gear strut caused the aircraft to ground loop landing at Phu Bai, South Vietnam 9Dec67. 
					Last US Army report 15Dec67. Salvaged 22Dec67. 
					[NB: MSN 24000 had originally been issued to Cessna Model 325, registration N1174D]
				2823	(MSN 24001 [2])	Manufactured 21Feb58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army 3Apr58. Returned to 
					Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Apr64. TDY to USAF 13th Air Force, PACAF. 
					19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 34th Tactical Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, 
					South Vietnam. Missing on a flight from Da Nang AFB to A Shau Special Forces Base Camp, 
					South Vietnam 31Dec64 [2MIA]. The Forward Air Controller was assigned to the 336th Tactical 
					Fighter Squadron at Ubon, Thailand. He and a US Army Sergeant observer of the 5th Special Forces 
					Group were on an administrative flight with a secondary mission of visual reconnaissance. 
					Their flight plan called for a "round robin flight" wherein they departed Da Nang AFB, flew 
					to the A Shau Special Forces Camp where the observer was to deliver "SOI" documents and a 
					new field radio to Detachment A-102 at the Special Forces Camp as part of his duties as his 
					detachment's assigned courier. From there they were to fly to Tako, then on to Aro, and back 
					to Da Nang. All locations were within Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam. The Bird Dog departed 
					Da Nang in marginal weather conditions and began the first leg of its flight plan to the A Shau 
					Special Forces Camp. This camp was a triangular shaped compound located in triple canopy jungle, 
					and surrounded by elephant grass twice as high as a man. The pilot of another O-1F aircraft saw 
					this Bird Dog near Hill 3350, just south of the Bac River in the Nam Dong Valley northwest of 
					Da Nang. It made a 180-degree turn and began flying toward Da Nang. The other pilot lost sight 
					of this aircraft when it entered a bank of clouds that completely obscured the ridge to the north 
					and extended down to just above the triple canopy jungle. When it was determined that the 
					Bird Dog was overdue in returning to Da Nang, search and rescue operations were initiated and 
					concentrated along the route of flight. A total of 669 hours were expended during search operations 
					that lasted from 31Dec64 to 6Jan65. The terrain in this area consisted of rugged mountains with a 
					heavy jungle canopy that extended an average of 200 feet above the ground. Later analysis of the 
					loss incident led to the conclusion that because of the weather conditions, their secondary mission, 
					the location of loss and the altitude the O1F was flying at, it was quite probable they were 
					downed by enemy ground fire. Further, under the circumstances of loss and the type of aircraft 
					involved, the survival of the crew was highly likely. The wreckage was subsequently found 24km SSE 
					of Phu Loc in 1992.
					[NB: MSN 24001 had originally been issued to Cessna Model 325, registration N1175D]
				2824	(MSN 24002) Manufactured 24Feb58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army Apr58. 219th Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam 
					May66 to Feb67. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue 
					Province, South Vietnam Mar67 to Apr70. Accident 4Apr70, South Vietnam. Last US Army report 15Mar70.
				2825	(MSN 24003) Manufactured 25Feb58. Accepted by USAF Mar58. Delivered to US Army Apr58. Returned to 
					Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Apr64. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; 
					modified to O-1F. Transferred to USAF 13Aug65. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					6251st Tactical Fighter Wing, Bien Hoa, South Vietnam Aug65; attached to 6250th Tactical Air 
					Support Group, Provisional, Bien Hoa Aug65 to 7Nov65. 505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa 8Nov65; 
					attached to 6253rd Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, 9Sep66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, 
					South Vietnam 8Dec66. 22nd Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, 
					Binh Thuy, Can Tho Province, South Vietnam May67. Accident 6Aug67, South Vietnam.SOC 6Aug67.
				2826	(MSN 24004) Manufactured 26Feb58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army Apr58. 219th Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam 
					May66 to Sep70. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) Sep70. Returned to USA. Overhauled. 
					Waiting for disposition at Red River Army Depot, Texarkana, TX 15Feb72. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP). Dismantled and shipped to South Vietnam. Assembled by Air Vietnam for delivery 
					to Cambodia. To Khmer Air Force 2Sep72 as 57-2826. Damaged when taxyed into a ditch at Pochentong, 
					Phnom Penh 29Mar74.
				2827	(MSN 24005) Manufactured 27Feb58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army Apr58. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Apr64. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; 
					modified to O-1F. Transferred to USAF 18Aug64. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					34th Tactical Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Aug64. 6251st Tactical 
					Fighter Wing, Bien Hoa, South Vietnam 8Jul65; attached to 6250th Tactical Air Support Group, 
					Provisional, Bien Hoa 1Aug65 to 7Nov65. 505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa 8Nov65; 
					attached to 6253rd Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, 9Sep66. 504th Tactical Air Support 
					Group, Bien Hoa 8Dec66. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support 
					Group, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Aug67. Accident 2Oct68, South Vietnam. 
					Cam Ranh Bay, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 1Sep69. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Aug70. 
					SOC 28Feb71 at Cam Ranh Bay, South Vietnam. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Royal Lao Air Force 28Feb71 as 57-2827. Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US 
					Air Attaché in Laos. Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand. Gained by the RLAF Feb73.
				2828	(MSN 24006) Manufactured 28Feb58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army 2Apr58. Last US Army 
					report 15Apr64. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Transferred to USAF 12Aug64. 
					19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 34th Tactical Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, 
					South Vietnam Aug64. Accident 7Nov64, South Vietnam [1KIA].
				2829	(MSN 24007) Manufactured 3Mar58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 219th Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam 
					Jul65 to Jul66. Crashed after a mid-air collision with Bell UH-1D 64-13891 at Camp Holloway, 
					South Vietnam 19Jul66 [1KIA]. The left wing separated from the fuselage and the aircraft 
					crashed in 10 to 15ft of water. Last US Army report 15Jul66.
				2830	(MSN 24008) Manufactured 4Mar58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 73rd Aviation Company, 
					Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Jul63 to Mar64. Shot down by hostile fire and crashed 
					near Phan Thiet, South Vietnam 14Mar64 [2KIA]. Last US Army report 15Apr64.
				2831	(MSN 24009) Manufactured 5Mar58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Transferred to USAF 10Sep63. Air Materiel Command, McClellan AFB, 
					Sacramento, CA 1963. Dismantled and shipped by C-124 Globemaster to Saigon, South Vietnam. 
					2nd Air Division, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 10Sep63. 19th Tactical Air Support 
					Squadron (TASS), 34th Tactical Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Sep63. 
					Crashed Ba Xugen Province in the Mekong Delta region, South Vietnam 20Dec63 [2KIA].
				2832	(MSN 24010) anufactured 6Mar58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 73rd Aviation Company, Fort Rucker, Daleville, AL Mar63. 
					Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA May63. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA aboard 
					escort carrier USNS Core (T-AKV-41); the Core arrived at Vung Tau, South Vietnam May63. Assembled 
					by Air Vietnam for delivery to Nha Trang Jun63. 73rd Aviation Company, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, 
					South Vietnam Jun63 to Nov64. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was 
					deactivated 1Nov64. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, Tan Son Nhut, Saigon, 
					South Vietnam Mar65. Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Aug65. Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, 
					South Vietnam Sep65 to Jun67. Last US Army report 15May67.
					Conflict:
					Transferred to USAF. 23rd Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical Control Group, 
					Nakhon Phanom, Thailand. Shot down 6Jun66, Laos [crew survived].
				2833	(MSN 24011) Manufactured 7Mar58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 73rd Aviation Company, Fort Rucker, Daleville, AL Mar63. 
					Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA May63. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA 
					aboard escort carrier USNS Core (T-AKV-41); the Core arrived at Vung Tau, South Vietnam May63. 
					Assembled by Air Vietnam for delivery to Nha Trang Jun63. 73rd Aviation Company, Nha Trang, 
					Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Jun63 to Nov64. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) 
					when the unit was deactivated 1Nov64. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, 
					Tan Son Nhut, Saigon, South Vietnam Mar65. Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Aug65. 
					Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Sep65 to Apr66. Last US Army report 15Mar66. 
					Transferred to USAF. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical Control Group, 
					Bien Hoa May66; attached to 6253rd Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, 9Sep66. 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa 8Dec66. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Aug67. 
					Accident 18Apr69, South Vietnam.
				2834	(MSN 24012) Manufactured 10Mar58. Accepted by USAF. 611th Transportation Company (DS), 
					765th Transportation Battalion, Vinh Long, South Vietnam. Delivered to US Army. 221st Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Aug65 to Jan67. 
					Crashed when the throttle linkage failed, South Vietnam 13/14Jan67. Turned in to the Transportation 
					Company (DS) for salvage. Last US Army report 15Feb67.
				2835	(MSN 24013) Manufactured 11Mar58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 220th Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam 
					Oct67 to Oct70. Turned in to the 142nd Transportation Company (DS), 58th Transportation Battalion, 
					Red Beach, Da Nang Oct70. Returned to USA. Overhauled. Waiting for disposition at Red River Army 
					Depot, Texarkana, TX 15Feb72. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Dismantled and shipped to South Vietnam. 
					Assembled by Air Vietnam for delivery to Cambodia. Khmer Air Force 10Nov72 as 57-2835. 
					Sustained major damage when hit an object while taking off from Ream, Sihanoukville and then 
					crash landing at Pochentong, Phnom Penh 12Mar74; repaired and back to operations by the 
					end of Mar74. Damaged in hard landing at Siem Reap, Cambodia 18Aug74.
				2836	(MSN 24014) Manufactured 12Mar58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 74th Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 1965 to Jun67. Turned in 
					to the Transportation Company (DS) Jun67. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, 
					Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Aug67 to Aug68. Crashed during a steep 
					dive during an operation, South Vietnam 31Aug68 [1KIA].
				2837	(MSN 24015) Manufactured 13Mar58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army Apr58. 221st Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Feb68. Can Tho, 
					Vinh Long Province, South Vietnam Mar70 to Aug70. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) Aug70. 
					Last US Army report 15Mar71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Khmer Air Force Apr71 as 57-2837.
				2838	(MSN 24016) Manufactured 14Mar58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army 22Apr58. 611th Transportation 
					Company (DS), 765th Transportation Battalion, Vinh Long, South Vietnam. 221st Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Aug65 to Dec69. 
					Severely damaged when ground looped landing after a night flight at Soc Trang, South Vietnam 20Dec69. 
					Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) for salvage. Waiting for disposition at Red River 
					Army Depot, Texarkana, TX 15Oct71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Royal Lao Air Force 1Jul72 as 57-2838. Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché 
					in Laos. Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand. Gained by the RLAF Feb73. Taken over by 
					the Air Force of the Lao People’s Democratic Republic (LPDR), 1975. Reported by the US Embassy 
					at Vientiane-Wattay Airport, Vientiane 4Oct77.
				2839	(MSN 24017) Manufactured 17Mar58. Accepted by USAF Apr58. Delivered to US Army Apr58. 
					611th Transportation Company (DS), 765th Transportation Battalion, Vinh Long, South Vietnam. 
					221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, 
					South Vietnam Aug65. Can Tho, Vinh Long Province, South Vietnam Mar70 to Aug70. Turned in to 
					the Transportation Company (DS) Aug70. Last US Army report 15Apr71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Khmer Air Force Jul71 as 57-2839. Accident 15Feb72. SOC 15Feb72.
				2840	(MSN 24018) Manufactured 18Mar58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army 22Apr58. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, 
					Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Feb67. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Mar67. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) 
					for maintenance 30Mar67. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Soc Trang, 
					Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Jul67 to Jun69. The pilot and an ARVM observer were on a 
					visual reconnaissance mission in Ba Xuyen Province 4Jun69 when the pilot was fatally wounded by 
					a sniper. The observer managed to fly the aircraft back to Soc Trang but struck a revetment 
					attempting to land. The aircraft was destroyed [1KIA]. Last US Army report 15May69.
				2841	(MSN 24019) Manufactured 19Mar58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army 17Apr58. 220th Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam 
					Jul65 to Nov66. Crashed 22Jan66, South Vietnam. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS), 
					14th Transportation Battalion, Nha Trang for repair and maintenance Jan66. Last US Army report 15Nov66.
				2842	(MSN 24020) Manufactured 20Mar58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 611th Transportation 
					Company (DS), 765th Transportation Battalion, Vinh Long, South Vietnam. 221st Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Aug65 to Feb69. 
					Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) Feb69. Loaned to Fort Lee Flying Club, Fort Lee, 
					Petersburg, VA. Registered as N32FL. Loaned to Fort Knox Flying Club, Fort Knox, KY. 
					Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA 1975. Stored. Last US Army report 15Jul81. Transferred to 
					USAF Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol 1981. Mexican Air Force 1986. US Department of State 1989. 
					Registered 24Apr89 as N32FL to US Department of State; current [Apr19]. Army Aviation Heritage 
					Foundation (AAHF) 1998. Bailed from the US Department of State, Bureau of International Narcotics 
					and Law Enforcement Affairs, Office of Aviation (INL/A). Based at Sky Soldiers Demonstration 
					Team/Army Aviation Heritage Foundation, Tara Field, Hampton, GA. Painted in the unit markings 
					of the 73rd Aviation Company. Damaged when the aircraft flared too high and ground looped at 
					Winston Salem, NC 26Aug12.
				2843	(MSN 24021) Manufactured 21Mar58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 93rd Transportation Company, Soc Trang, South Vietnam. 
					121st Aviation Company, Soc Trang, South Vietnam 25Jun63. Last US Army report 15Mar66. 
					Transferred to USAF. 56th Special Operations Wing, Udorn, Thailand. Used by Raven FAC under 
					direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Oct67. 
					19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa, 
					Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Dec68. SOC 9Jan69 at Bien Hoa, South Vietnam. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP). To Royal Lao Air Force 9Jan69 as 57-2843. Used by Raven FAC under direction 
					of the US Air Attaché in Laos. Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand. Accident 26Jun69, 
					Laos. Accident 3Dec69, Laos.
				2844	(MSN 24022) Manufactured 24Mar58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai 
					Province, South Vietnam 1965 to Oct67. Crashed when the propeller seal failed, South Vietnam 19Oct67. 
					Salvaged 24Oct67. Last US Army report 15Oct67.
				2845	(MSN 24023) Manufactured 25Mar58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec64.
				2846	(MSN 24024) Manufactured 26Mar58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Registered as N9850 to the 
					Fort Richardson Flying Club, AK. Substantially damaged when the aircraft tipped over after landing 
					in deep snow at Willow, AK 13Oct73. Substantially damaged when the aircraft ground looped during 
					landing at Anchorage, AK 26Apr74. Last US Army report 15Jun81. Damaged when the aircraft went off 
					the runway into the seaplane landing area and sank in 40ft of water at Fairbanks, AK 16Sep81. 
					Registered as N9850 to the Fort Greely Flying Club, WA. Sale reported 22Apr82; cancelled 27Feb13. 
				2847	(MSN 24025) Manufactured 27Mar58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 33rd Transportation 
					Company, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam. 118th Aviation Company, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai 
					Province, South Vietnam 25Jun63. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army 
					report 15Dec64. Transferred to USAF. 56th Special Operations Wing, Udorn, Thailand. Used by Raven 
					FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos. 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Da Nang, South Vietnam Jun67. 21st Tactical Air Support 
					Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Nov67. 
					Cam Ranh Bay, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 1Sep69. SOC 20Feb71 at Cam Ranh Bay, South Vietnam. 
					Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Royal Lao Air Force 20Feb71 as 57-2847. Used by Raven FAC 
					under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos. Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand. 
					Gained by the RLAF Feb73. To Khmer Air Force Feb74 as 57-2847. Used for Khmer Air Force pilot 
					training at Udorn, Thailand Feb74. Gained by the KhAF 11May74. Ferried from Udorn to Pochentong, 
					Phnom Penh Jun74.
				2848	(MSN 24026) Manufactured 28Mar58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 74th Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 1965 to Apr68. Crashed 
					during a crosswind landing, South Vietnam 12Apr68. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) for 
					repair and maintenance. Last US Army report 15May69.
				2849	(MSN 24027) Manufactured 31Mar58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Mar70.
				2850	(MSN 24028) Manufactured 1Apr58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army 25Apr58. Returned to 
					Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 73rd Aviation Company, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, 
					South Vietnam Sep64. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) for maintenance Sep64. 220th 
					Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South 
					Vietnam Sep66 to Nov66. 1st Platoon, Quang Ngai, South Vietnam. Hostile ground fire fatally wounded 
					the pilot near Mo Duc, Quang Ngai Province, South Vietnam 23Sep66. The US Marine Corps observer, 
					a non-flyer and with the aid of a wingman, flew the aircraft back to the Quang Ngai Airfield and 
					survived a crash landing. Salvaged. Last US Army report 15Nov66. (Recommendation for a Distinguished 
					Flying Cross was disapproved by the USMC because he was just "doing his job"). 
				2851	(MSN 24029) Manufactured 2Apr58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane 
					Company (RAC), Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 1965 to Dec66. Turned in to the 
					Transportation Company (DS) Dec66. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, 
					Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Apr67 to Jan68. Destroyed on the ground during the 
					Tet Offensive at Hue, South Vietnam 31Jan68.
				2852	(MSN 24030) Manufactured 3Apr58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 611th Transportation 
					Company (DS), 765th Transportation Battalion, Vinh Long, South Vietnam. 221st Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Aug65 to Nov66. 
					Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) Nov66. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Feb67 to Mar69. Turned in to the Transportation 
					Company (DS) Mar69. Waiting for disposition at Atlanta Army Depot, Forest Park, GA 15Nov71. 
					Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Royal Lao Air Force 1Apr72 as 57-2852. Used by Raven FAC 
					under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos. Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand. 
					Gained by the RLAF Feb73.
				2853	(MSN 24031) Manufactured 4Apr58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 611th Transportation 
					Company (DS), 765th Transportation Battalion, Vinh Long, South Vietnam. 221st Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Aug65 to Feb68. 
					Crashed when the left landing gear failed on landing, South Vietnam 12Feb68. Turned in to the 
					Transportation Company (DS) for salvage. Last US Army report 15Feb68.
				2854	(MSN 24032) Manufactured 7Apr58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 611th Transportation 
					Company (DS), 765th Transportation Battalion, Vinh Long, South Vietnam. 221st Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Aug65 to May68. 
					Crashed when a smoke grenade discharged in the cockpit during a low level mail drop at Song 
					Duc outpost, An Xuyen Province, South Vietnam 5May68 [1KIA]. Last US Army report 15Jun68.
				2855/2875 	(MSN 24054/24074)
				2855	(MSN 24054) Manufactured 7May58. Accepted by USAF 3Jun58. Delivered to US Army 6Jun58. Returned 
					to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Transferred to USAF 3May65. 
					19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai 
					Province, South Vietnam Aug68. SOC 20Aug68 at Bien Hoa, South Vietnam. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP).  To Royal Lao Air Force as 57-2855. Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US 
					Air Attaché in Laos. Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand. Shot down by hostile fire 
					over the Plaine des Jarres during Operation Barrel Roll supporting General Vang Pao in the war 
					against the Pathet Lao communist forces and crashed near Xieng Khouang, Laos 20Apr69 [1KIA].
				2856	(MSN 24055) Manufactured 8May58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). 
					Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Transferred to 
					USAF 9Apr65. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 34th Tactical Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai 
					Province, South Vietnam Apr65. 6251st Tactical Fighter Wing, Bien Hoa, South Vietnam 8Jul65; 
					attached to 6250th Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Bien Hoa 1Aug65 to 7Nov65. 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa 8Nov65. 6232nd Combat Support Group [CSG], Udorn, Thailand. 
					630th Combat Support Group [CSG], Udorn, Thailand 8Apr66. Crashed after the engine failed 
					during a sortie over Laos 6May66.
				2857	(MSN 24056) Manufactured 9May58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). 
					Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 81st Transportation Company, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, 
					Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam. 119th Aviation Company, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, 
					South Vietnam 18Jun63. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Transferred to USAF 19Apr65. 19th Tactical 
					Air Support Squadron (TASS), 34th Tactical Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam May65. 
					6251st Tactical Fighter Wing, Bien Hoa, South Vietnam 8Jul65; attached to 6250th Tactical Air Support 
					Group, Provisional, Bien Hoa 1Aug65 to 7Nov65. 505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa 8Nov65. 
					23rd Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical Control Group, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand 
					Apr66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand 8Dec66. SOC 25Jun68. Military 
					Assistance Program (MAP). To Royal Lao Air Force 25Jun68 as 57-2857. Used by Raven FAC under 
					direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos. Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand. Crashed 
					during Operation Barrel Roll supporting General Vang Pao in the war against the Pathet Lao 
					communist forces. With a failing engine, the aircraft flew into the side of the mountains near 
					Long Tieng, Laos 7Nov68 [1KIA].
				2858	(MSN 24057) Manufactured 12May58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). 
					Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Transferred to USAF 
					15Apr65. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 34th Tactical Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, 
					South Vietnam May65. 6251st Tactical Fighter Wing, Bien Hoa, South Vietnam 8Jul65; attached to 
					6250th Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Bien Hoa 1Aug65 to 7Nov65. 505th Tactical Control 
					Group, Bien Hoa 8Nov65. 23rd Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical Control Group, 
					Nakhon Phanom, Thailand Feb66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand 8Dec66. 
					Crashed after the aircraft was hit by automatic weapons fire during Operation Steel Tiger near 
					Ban Sappeng in Southern Laos 2Jan67 [1KIA]. SOC 4Jan67.
				2859	(MSN 24058) Manufactured 13May58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army Jun58. US Army Europe (USAREUR). 
					Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Transferred to 
					USAF 22Mar65. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, 
					South Vietnam Aug68. SOC 21Aug69 at Bien Hoa, South Vietnam. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Royal Lao Air Force as 57-2859. Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos. 
					Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand. Accident 22Aug69, Laos. South Vietnam Air Force 
					Aug69 as 57-2859.
				2860	(MSN 24059) Manufactured 14May58. Accepted by USAF 6Jun58. Delivered to US Army 23Jun58. US Army 
					Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Dec64. 
					Transferred to USAF 9Apr65. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 34th Tactical Group, Bien Hoa, 
					Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Apr65. 6251st Tactical Fighter Wing, Bien Hoa, South Vietnam 8Jul65; 
					attached to 6250th Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Bien Hoa 1Aug65 to 7Nov65. 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa 8Nov65. 23rd Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand Feb66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, 
					Nakhon Phanom, Thailand 8Dec66. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air 
					Support Group, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Oct67. Damaged by hostile fire and 
					force landed at Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam 19Mar68. Cam Ranh Bay, Khanh Hoa Province, 
					South Vietnam 1Sep69. SOC 15Feb71 at Cam Ranh Bay, South Vietnam. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Royal Lao Air Force 15Feb71 as 57-2860. Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché 
					in Laos. Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand. Accident 19Sep71, Laos. To Royal Thai Air Force 
					as 2860. 531 Squadron, Wing 53, Prachuap Khiri Khan. 604 Squadron, Wing 6, Don Mueang, Bangkok; code 60411.
				2861	(MSN 24060) Manufactured 15May58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army 23Jun58. US Army 
					Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Dec64. 
					Transferred to USAF 10Apr65. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 34th Tactical Group, Bien Hoa, 
					Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam May65. 6251st Tactical Fighter Wing, Bien Hoa, South Vietnam 8Jul65; 
					attached to 6250th Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Bien Hoa 1Aug65 to 7Nov65. 505th Tactical 
					Control Group, Bien Hoa 8Nov65. 23rd Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical Control Group, 
					Nakhon Phanom, Thailand Feb66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand 8Dec66. 
					21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa 
					Province, South Vietnam Oct67. Damaged on landing when the brakes locked 31Mar68. Cam Ranh Bay, 
					Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 1Sep69. SOC 15Feb71 at Cam Ranh Bay, South Vietnam. Military 
					Assistance Program (MAP). To Royal Lao Air Force 15Feb71 as 57-2861. Used by Raven FAC under 
					direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos. Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand. Shot down 
					during Operation Barrel Roll supporting General Vang Pao in the war against the Pathet Lao 
					Communist in Laos 3Dec71 [1KIA].
				2862	(MSN 24061) Manufactured 16May58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army 23Jun58
					US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Dec64. 
					Transferred to USAF 5Apr65. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 34th Tactical Group, Bien Hoa, 
					Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Apr65. 6251st Tactical Fighter Wing, Bien Hoa, South Vietnam 8Jul65; 
					attached to 6250th Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Bien Hoa 1Aug65 to 7Nov65. 505th Tactical 
					Control Group, Bien Hoa 8Nov65; attached to 6253rd Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, 9Sep66. 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa 8Dec66. Accident 5Dec67 at Song Be, southwest of Phuoc Bình, 
					Phuoc Long Province, South Vietnam. SOC 5Dec67.
				2863	(MSN 24062) Manufactured 19May58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army 23Jun58. US Army Europe 
					(USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Dec64. 
					Transferred to USAF 3May65. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support 
					Group, South Vietnam Jul68. 22nd Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support 
					Group, Binh Thuy, Can Tho Province, South Vietnam Aug68. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Cam Ranh Bay, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Oct69. SOC 20Feb71 
					at Cam Ranh Bay, South Vietnam. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Royal Lao Air Force 20Feb71 
					as 57-2863. Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos. Maintained by Air America 
					at Udorn, Thailand. Gained by the RLAF Feb73. Destroyed while parked on the ramp at Long Tieng (LS-20A), 
					Laos 21Dec71.
				2864	(MSN 24063) Manufactured 20May58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army 23Jun58. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Transferred to USAF 14Apr65. Non-combat 
					accident at Bien Hoa, South Vietnam 6Jul65. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 6251st Tactical 
					Fighter Wing, Bien Hoa, South Vietnam Sep65; attached to 6250th Tactical Air Support Group, 
					Provisional, Bien Hoa Sep65 to 7Nov65. 505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa 8Nov65; attached 
					to 6253rd Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, 9Sep66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, 
					Bien Hoa 8Dec66. Destroyed in Viet Cong mortar and rocket attack at Da Nang, South Vietnam 
					31Jan/1Feb68. SOC 3Feb68.
				2865	(MSN 24064) Manufactured 21May58. Accepted by USAF 16Jun58. Delivered to US Army 23Jun58. 
					US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 
					15Dec64. Transferred to USAF 22Mar65. 
				2866	(MSN 24065) Manufactured 22May58. Accepted by USAF19Jun58. Delivered to US Army 23Jun58. US Army 
					Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Dec64. 
					Transferred to USAF 21Apr65. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 34th Tactical Group, 
					Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam May65. 6251st Tactical Fighter Wing, Bien Hoa, 
					South Vietnam 8Jul65; attached to 6250th Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Bien Hoa 
					1Aug65 to 7Nov65. 505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa 8Nov65. 23rd Tactical Air Support 
					Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical Control Group, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand Feb66. 504th Tactical 
					Air Support Group, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand 8Dec66. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Oct67. 
					Cam Ranh Bay, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 1Sep69. SOC 15Feb71 at Cam Ranh Bay, 
					South Vietnam. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Royal Lao Air Force 15Feb71 as 57-2866. 
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos. Maintained by Air America at 
					Udorn, Thailand. Accident 7Mar71 or 11Mar71, Laos.
				2867	(MSN 24066) Manufactured 23May58. Accepted by USAF 19Jun58. Delivered to US Army 23Jun58. 
					US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 
					15Dec64. Transferred to USAF 16Apr65. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa Jul66; attached to 6253rd Tactical Air Support Group, 
					Provisional, 9Sep66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa 8Dec66. 20th Tactical Air 
					Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Da Nang, South Vietnam May67. 
					21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang, 
					Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Nov67. Cam Ranh Bay, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 1Sep69. 
					Accident 16Nov69, South Vietnam.
				2868	(MSN 24067) Manufactured 26May58. Accepted by USAF 19Jun58. Delivered to US Army 23Jun58. 
					US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army 
					report 15Dec64. Transferred to USAF 22Mar65. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, South Vietnam Jul68. 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Da Nang, South Vietnam Aug68. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, 
					Phan Rang, South Vietnam Oct68. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air 
					Support Group, Cam Ranh Bay, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Oct69. Combat loss at Ban Me Thuot, 
					South Vietnam 29Jan70. SOC 29Jan70.
				2869	(MSN 24068) Manufactured 27May58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). 
					81st Transportation Company, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam. 119th Aviation 
					Company, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam 18Jun63. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Transferred to USAF 30Mar65. 
					20th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Da Nang, 
					South Vietnam Jul68. SOC 25Sep68 at Da Nang, South Vietnam. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Royal Lao Air Force 25Sep68 as 57-2869. Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché 
					in Laos. Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand. Damaged while parked on the ramp at 
					Long Tieng (LS-20A), Laos 21Dec71. Gained by the RLAF Feb73. Escaped from Vang Vieng, Laos to Udorn, 
					Thailand 19Jan77. Noted on maintenance at Udorn, Thailand, Jan/Feb77. Returned to Laos 14Feb77.
				2870	(MSN 24069) Manufactured 28May58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Transferred to USAF 7May65. 
					19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 34th Tactical Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, 
					South Vietnam May65. 6251st Tactical Fighter Wing, Bien Hoa, South Vietnam 8Jul65; attached 
					to 6250th Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Bien Hoa 1Aug65 to 7Nov65. 505th Tactical 
					Control Group, Bien Hoa 8Nov65; attached to 6253rd Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, 
					9Sep66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa 8Dec66. Destroyed in Viet Cong mortar and 
					rocket attack at Da Nang, South Vietnam 31Jan/1Feb68. SOC 3Feb68.
				2871	(MSN 24070) Manufactured 29May58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Transferred to USAF 30Mar65. 
					19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai 
					Province, South Vietnam Aug68. SOC 5Sep68 at Bien Hoa, South Vietnam. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP). To Royal Lao Air Force 5Sep68 as 57-2871. Crashed on the ferry flight from Bien Hoa, 
					Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam to Udorn, Thailand 6Sep68 [1KIS]. The pilot was a Raven Forward 
					Air Controller assigned to the 56th Special Operations Wing at Udorn Air Base, Thailand. 
					The pilot was on a classified single aircraft operational mission. The flight was to culminate 
					with him ferrying his aircraft back to his home base of Udorn, Thailand. Everything known 
					about this flight is unusual. For example, the pilot test flew this aircraft the day before 
					specifically to check it out. Since this was a classified mission, no normal flight plan was 
					logged prior to takeoff. Once airborne, the FAC established contact with the US Army communications 
					center at Bien Hoa Airbase to verbally file his flight plan. Further, it was abnormally vague 
					even for a classified mission. As he flew north along the coast of South Vietnam, he checked 
					in with the communication centers at Tuy Hoa, Phan Thiet and Cam Ranh Bay. Approximately 15 
					minutes after departing Bien Hoa, the coastal center at Phan Thiet thought it heard a garbled 
					transmission from the FAC. Because of the confusion surrounding this classified mission with 
					its built in secrecy, the lack of a standard filed flight plan outlining in detail the intended 
					route, and no set schedule for radio check-ins, no search and rescue operation was initiated 
					until later. An air search of the general region in which the aircraft disappeared, found no 
					trace of the missing Bird Dog or its pilot. The last known position of the aircraft placed 
					it over a jungle covered mountain less than one mile north of Highway QL1, the primary east/west 
					road running between the town of Xuan Loc and the coast. It was also approximately eight 
					miles due east of the village of Ap Rung La that was situated along side Highway QL1. There 
					has never been any indication if the Bird Dog vanished due to enemy action or mechanical failure.
				2872	(MSN 24071) Manufactured 2Jun58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). 
					Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Transferred to 
					USAF 7May65. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, 
					Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Aug68. Cam Ranh Bay, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 
					1Sep69. Crash landed in a river 34 miles west of Pleiku whilst on a ferry flight to Cam Ranh Bay, 
					South Vietnam 20Feb71. SOC 20Feb71 at Cam Ranh Bay, South Vietnam. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP) 20Feb71. To Royal Lao Air Force as 57-2872. Used by Raven FAC under direction 
					of the US Air Attaché in Laos.
				2873	(MSN 24072) Manufactured 3Jun58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Transferred to USAF 7May65. 
					19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 34th Tactical Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, 
					South Vietnam May65. 6251st Tactical Fighter Wing, Bien Hoa, South Vietnam 8Jul65; attached to 
					6250th Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Bien Hoa 1Aug65 to 7Nov65. 505th Tactical 
					Control Group, Bien Hoa 8Nov65. Shot down and crashed near Song Be, southwest of Phuoc Bình, 
					Phuoc Long Province, South Vietnam 17Dec65 [1KIA]. The FAC was flying in support of the 
					Vietnamese Airborne Division. Elements of the Division were engaged by a superior force and 
					were in danger of being overrun and destroyed in the Michelin rubber plantation near Song Be. 
					The FAC controlled several air strikes and while making a low pass over the battlefield he 
					was shot down and crashed between the opposing forces. Both forces attempted to reach the 
					aircraft but another FAC controlling air strikes prevented the enemy from reaching the 
					aircraft. He landed his aircraft during a lull in the battle to determine the downed pilot’s 
					condition but heavy fire erupted and, wounded, he was forced to take off after suffering 
					heavy damage to the aircraft.
				2874	(MSN 24073) Manufactured 4Jun58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). 
					Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Transferred to 
					USAF 22Mar65. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa, 
					Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Aug68. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Phan Rang, South Vietnam 
					Sep68. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Cam Ranh Bay, 
					Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Oct69. 504th Tactical Air Support Group (TASG), Cam Ranh Bay, 
					South Vietnam. SOC 20Feb71 at Cam Ranh Bay, South Vietnam. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Royal Lao Air Force 20Feb71 as 57-2874. Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché 
					in Laos. Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand. Accident 28Dec72, Laos.
				2875	(MSN 24074) Manufactured 5Jun58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Accident 10Aug67, South Vietnam. 
					Last US Army report 15Jul67.
				2876/2896 	(MSN 24033/24053)
				2876	(MSN 24033) Manufactured 8Apr58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane 
					Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Jul66. 
					Damaged during landing when the aircraft hit a truck and was destroyed, South Vietnam 5Jul66. 
					Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) for salvage Jul66. Last US Army report 15Dec66.
				2877	(MSN 24034) Manufactured 9Apr58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 73rd Aviation Company, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 
					Sep64 to Nov64. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated 1Nov64. 
					220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, 
					South Vietnam Jul65. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS), 14th Transportation Battalion, 
					Nha Trang for repair and maintenance Dec65. Last US Army report 15Mar66. Transferred to USAF. 
					23rd Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical Control Group, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand. 
					The aircraft was hit by.50 caliber anti aircraft fire during Operation Steel Tiger and crashed 
					near a recently discovered portion of the Ho Chi Minh Trail in the Ban Karai Pass, Eastern Laos 
					18May66 [2MIA]. The Forward Air Controller was assigned to the 557th Tactical Fighter Squadron 
					at Cam Ranh Bay, South Vietnam. He and a USAF Sergeant observer of the 606th Air Commando Squadron, 
					Nakhon Phanom comprised the crew of the aircraft, call sign "Gombey 19", that departed Nakhom Phanom 
					and was the lead aircraft in a flight of two. The #2 Bird Dog, was call sign "Gombey 25". 
					Gombey flight was conducting a visual reconnaissance mission in "Steel Tiger, North Cricket 
					area 12" to locate and direct strike aircraft against enemy traffic moving down the Ho Chi Minh Trail. 
					Gombey 19's flight path was to take them from NKP to Route 34 in Laos, then up Route 912 to the 
					North Vietnamese border, and back to NKP. After Gombey 19 finished controlling “Diamondback”, 
					a flight of fighter aircraft, they were beginning their return flight to base. The FAC was 
					in the process of calling in a battle damage assessment of Diamondback’s strike to Cricket Control, 
					the airborne battlefield command and control aircraft, when his voice communication suddenly 
					stopped. Gombey 25 was notified of the situation and its aircrew immediately initiated a visual 
					search of the area. Shortly thereafter he sighted two columns of smoke issuing from the jungle 
					foliage below. As he approached the crash site location, he sighted the burning wreckage. 
					As he circled over the area in his search for signs of survivors, heavy enemy anti-aircraft 
					artillery weapons fire with tracers began spraying around him. He immediately dove toward the 
					ground and away from the threat area. Once out of range of the enemy guns, he set up a RESCAP 
					orbit one kilometer to the east of the crash site. Search and rescue (SAR) operations were 
					immediately implemented. One strong beeper was heard from the jungle but SAR was unable to 
					establish visual sight of or voice contact with either crew member.
				2878	(MSN 24035) Manufactured 10Apr58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army 14May58. Returned to 
					Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Oct63. Transferred to USAF 9Sep63. 
					Air Materiel Command, McClellan AFB, Sacramento, CA 1963. Dismantled and shipped by C-124 
					Globemaster to Saigon, South Vietnam. 2nd Air Division, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam. 
					19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 34th Tactical Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, 
					South Vietnam Sep63. Accident 6Nov64, South Vietnam.
				2879	(MSN 24036) Manufactured 11Apr58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army 14May58. US Army Europe (USAREUR).
				2880	(MSN 24037) Manufactured 14Apr58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 73rd Aviation Company, 
					Fort Rucker, Daleville, AL Mar63. Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA May63. Dismantled and 
					shipped from Alameda, CA aboard escort carrier USNS Core (T-AKV-41); the Core arrived at Vung Tau, 
					South Vietnam May63. Assembled by Air Vietnam for delivery to Nha Trang Jun63. 73rd Aviation Company, 
					Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Jun63 to Nov64. Turned in to the Transportation 
					Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated 1Nov64. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Apr66 to Oct70. Turned in to 
					the 142nd Transportation Company (DS), 58th Transportation Battalion, Red Beach, Da Nang Oct70. 
					Returned to USA. Overhauled. Waiting for disposition at Red River Army Depot, Texarkana, TX 15Feb72. 
					Military Assistance Program (MAP). Dismantled and shipped to South Vietnam. Assembled by Air Vietnam 
					for delivery to Cambodia. Khmer Air Force 10Nov72 as 57-2880. Under contract maintenance with Thai-Am, 
					Don Mueang, Bangkok 24Apr75; stop work status, uneconomical to repair.
				2881	(MSN 24038) Manufactured 15Apr58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 219th Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 
					to Sep66. Last US Army report 15Aug66. Accident 4Sep66, Laos. Turned in to the Transportation 
					Company (DS) for salvage Nov66.
				2882	(MSN 24039) Manufactured 16Apr58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Transferred to USAF. 23rd Tactical 
					Air Support Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical Control Group, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand. 504th Tactical 
					Air Support Group, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand 8Dec66. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Oct67. 19th Tactical 
					Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, 
					South Vietnam Dec68. SOC 9Jan69 at Bien Hoa. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Royal Lao Air Force 9Jan69 as 57-2882. Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché 
					in Laos. Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand. Accident 11Mar69 or 13Mar69, Laos.
				2883	(MSN 24040) Manufactured 17Apr58. Accepted by USAF 9May58. Delivered to US Army. 114th Aviation 
					Company, Vinh Long, South Vietnam May63. Last US Army report 15Mar66. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Transferred to USAF. 56th Special Operations Wing, Udorn, Thailand. 
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos. 21st Tactical Air Support 
					Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Oct67. 
					Cam Ranh Bay, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 1Sep69. Combat loss 31Mar70, South Vietnam.
				2884	(MSN 24041) Manufactured 18Apr58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army 16May58. Returned to 
					Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 73rd Aviation Company, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, 
					South Vietnam Jul63 to Nov64. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was 
					deactivated 1Nov64. A Company, 502nd Aviation Battalion, Outlaws, Vinh Long, South Vietnam 14Dec64. 
					221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South 
					Vietnam May66 to Sep66. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai 
					Province, South Vietnam Oct66 to Aug70. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) Aug70. 
					Last US Army report 15Jan71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Khmer Air Force Feb71 as 57-2884. 
					Substantially damaged at Battambang, Cambodia 29Mar73. SOC 29Mar73.
				2885	(MSN 24042) Manufactured 21Apr58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Transferred to USAF. 22nd Tactical 
					Air Support Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical Control Group, Binh Thuy, Can Tho Province, South Vietnam. 
					Non-combat accident at Ben Duc, South Vietnam 30Jan66. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Jan66. 56th Special 
					Operations Wing, Udorn, Thailand. Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in 
					Laos Apr66. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang, 
					Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Oct67. 56th Special Operations Wing, Udorn, Thailand. 
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos Jan68. SOC 25Jun68 at Nakhon Phanom, 
					Thailand. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Royal Lao Air Force 25Jun68 as 57-2885. Used by 
					Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos. Maintained by Air America at Udorn, 
					Thailand. Shot down during Operation Barrel Roll supporting General Vang Pao in the war against 
					the Pathet Lao Communist forces east of Savannakhet, Laos 27Nov68 [2KIA].
				2886	(MSN 24043) Manufactured 22Apr58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec64. 
					74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, Tan Son Nhut, Saigon, South Vietnam Mar65. 
					Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Aug65. Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Sep65. 
					Force landed following engine failure 4.5 miles from Ham Tan, South Vietnam 15Oct65 [2 survived]. 
					Destroyed to prevent capture.
				2887	(MSN 24044) Manufactured 23Apr58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 220th Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam 
					Jul65 to May66. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS), 14th Transportation Battalion, 
					Nha Trang for maintenance 21May66. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, 
					Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Aug66 to Mar67. 220th Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam 
					Apr67 to Oct70. Turned in to the 142nd Transportation Company (DS), 58th Transportation Battalion, 
					Red Beach, Da Nang Oct70. Returned to USA. Overhauled. Waiting for disposition at Red River 
					Army Depot, Texarkana, TX 15Feb72. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Dismantled and shipped 
					to South Vietnam. Assembled by Air Vietnam for delivery to Cambodia. Khmer Air Force 10Nov72 as 57-2887. 
					Damaged when it collided with a North American T-28 on the taxiway at Pochentong, Phnom Penh Sep73. 
					Departed Pochentong for pilot training at Udorn, Thailand 1Nov73.
				2888	(MSN 24045) Manufactured 24Apr58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 120th Aviation Company, 
					Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, 
					Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Mar66 to Apr70. Crashed 20May66 South Vietnam. 
					Repaired by 540th Transportation Company (GS), 14th Transportation Battalion, Qui Nhon. Crashed 
					following engine failure near Camp Evans, South Vietnam 11Apr70. Last US Army report 15Apr70.
				2889	(MSN 24046) Manufactured 25Apr58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Oct63. Transferred to USAF. Air Materiel 
					Command, McClellan AFB, Sacramento, CA 1963. Dismantled and shipped by C-124 Globemaster to Saigon, 
					South Vietnam. 2nd Air Division, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 7Sep63. 19th Tactical 
					Air Support Squadron (TASS), 34th Tactical Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Sep63. 
					6251st Tactical Fighter Wing, Bien Hoa, South Vietnam 8Jul65; attached to 6250th Tactical Air 
					Support Group, Provisional, Bien Hoa 1Aug65 to 7Nov65. 505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa 8Nov65. 
					Shot down by ground fire near Moc Hoa in Hua Nghia Province eighteen miles west of Tan Son Nhut 
					Airport, Saigon, South Vietnam 2Jan66 [1KIA].
				2890	(MSN 24047) Manufactured 28Apr58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Transferred to USAF 3Nov65. 19th Tactical 
					Air Support Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 
					Nov65; attached to 6253rd Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, 9Sep66. 504th Tactical Air Support 
					Group, South Vietnam 8Dec66. 22nd Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support 
					Group, Binh Thuy, Can Tho Province, South Vietnam May67. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Oct67. 20th Tactical 
					Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Da Nang, South Vietnam Feb68. 
					21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang, Khanh 
					Hoa Province, South Vietnam May68. Cam Ranh Bay, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 1Sep69. 
					Missing South Vietnam 9Jun70 [2MIA]. The FAC and an officer of the US Army Special Forces took 
					off from Pleiku to conduct a visual reconnaissance mission to locate and identify an enemy 
					ammunition cache. The area of operation was south of Ben Het with a final destination of Dak Seang 
					Special Forces Camp. As they flew low over the rugged mountains of the central highlands, the 
					pilot made his first standard radio check with Herb 50, the tactical air control center at Pleiku. 
					At that time he reported they had not seen any enemy activity in the area and they had not yet 
					located the ammunition cache. Further, he did not report having any difficulty with his aircraft. 
					The FAC was scheduled to make another radio check, but failed to do so. Herb 50 attempted to 
					reach the Bird Dog, and when the ground controller was unsuccessful in establishing contact, 
					he called all the airfields in the region where the aircrew might have diverted to in an emergency. 
					After learning no one knew the whereabouts, the aircraft was declared missing. The last known 
					location was approximately one mile northwest of a primary road, four miles southwest of Dak Seang, 
					10 miles west-southwest of Dak To and 50 miles north-northwest of Pleiku, Kontum Province, 
					South Vietnam. It was also seven miles southeast of the tri-border area where South Vietnam, Laos 
					and Cambodia meet. In this area the rugged mountains and surrounding valley are covered with heavy 
					undergrowth. Weather conditions included 5,000-foot high scattered clouds and variable broken clouds. 
					There was visibility of 15 miles. No visual search and rescue operation was conducted that day 
					because of severe thunderstorms in the area. SAR operations were initiated at first light the 
					next morning, but were hampered by poor weather conditions. An electronic search was also initiated 
					at the same time. These efforts continued under deteriorating weather conditions until 19Jun70 when 
					they were terminated. During these operations 46 sorties were flown with a total of 143 flying 
					hours logged over an area extending from Pleiku north to the I Corps boundary and west of the 
					Cambodian border. At no time did any of the personnel involved hear any emergency beepers or 
					see any trace of the missing aircraft and its crew. SOC 19Jun70.
				2891	(MSN 24048) Manufactured 29Apr58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Oct63. Transferred to USAF 2Aug63. Air Materiel 
					Command, McClellan AFB, Sacramento, CA 1963. Dismantled and shipped by C-124 Globemaster to Saigon, 
					South Vietnam. 2nd Air Division, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 2Aug63. 19th Tactical 
					Air Support Squadron (TASS), 34th Tactical Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Aug63. 
					Accident 24Nov63, South Vietnam.
				2892	(MSN 24049) Manufactured 30Apr58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Oct63. Transferred to USAF 12Sep63. Air Materiel 
					Command, McClellan AFB, Sacramento, CA 1963. Dismantled and shipped by C-124 Globemaster to Saigon, 
					South Vietnam. 2nd Air Division, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 12Sep63. 19th Tactical 
					Air Support Squadron (TASS), 34th Tactical Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Sep63. 
					6251st Tactical Fighter Wing, Bien Hoa, South Vietnam 8Jul65; attached to 6250th Tactical Air 
					Support Group, Provisional, Bien Hoa 1Aug65 to 7Nov65. 505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa 
					8Nov65; attached to 6253rd Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, 9Sep66. 504th Tactical Air 
					Support Group, Bien Hoa 8Dec66. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air 
					Support Group, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Oct67. 19th Tactical Air Support 
					Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam May68. 
					21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang, 
					Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Aug68. Cam Ranh Bay, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 1Sep69. 
					SOC 28Feb71 at Cam Ranh Bay, South Vietnam. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Royal Lao 
					Air Force 28Feb71 as 57-2892. Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos. 
					Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand. Accident 19Apr72, Laos.
				2893	(MSN 24050) Manufactured 1May58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Accident 9Feb67, South Vietnam. 
					Last US Army report 15Apr67.
				2894	(MSN 24051) Manufactured 2May58. Accepted by USAF 27May58. Delivered to US Army 28May58. 221st 
					Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam 
					May66 to Jun67. Accident 26May67, South Vietnam. Crashed after engine failure, South Vietnam 19Jun67. 
					Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) for salvage 31Jul67. Last US Army report 15Jun67.
				2895	(MSN 24052) Manufactured 5May58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. A Company, 502nd Aviation Battalion, Outlaws, Vinh Long, 
					South Vietnam 14Dec64. 611th Transportation Company (DS), 765th Transportation Battalion, 
					Vinh Long, South Vietnam. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Soc Trang, 
					Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Aug65 to Mar66. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) Mar66. 
					220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, 
					South Vietnam Jun66 to Nov70. Turned in to the 142nd Transportation Company (DS), 58th Transportation 
					Battalion, Red Beach, Da Nang Nov70. Last US Army report 15Apr71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Khmer Air Force May71 as 57-2895. Combat damage repairs in progress Sep73; returned to operations 
					Jan74. Returned to US Government by 24Apr75. Noted at U-Tapao, Thailand.
				2896	(MSN 24053) Manufactured 6May58. Accepted by USAF 27May58. Delivered to US Army 3Jun58. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Oct63. Transferred to USAF 27Jul63. Air Materiel 
					Command, McClellan AFB, Sacramento, CA 1963. Dismantled and shipped by C-124 Globemaster to Saigon, 
					South Vietnam. 2nd Air Division, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 27Jul63. 19th Tactical 
					Air Support Squadron (TASS), 34th Tactical Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Jul63. 
					Accident 9May65, South Vietnam.
				2897/2981 	(MSN 24075/24159)
				2897	(MSN 24075) Manufactured 6Jun58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; 
					modified to O-1F. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue 
					Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Dec65. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS), 14th Transportation 
					Battalion, Nha Trang for maintenance Dec65. Last US Army report 15Mar66. Transferred to USAF. 
					56th Special Operations Wing, Udorn, Thailand. Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air 
					Attaché in Laos. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang, 
					Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Oct67. Cam Ranh Bay, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 1Sep69. 
					19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai 
					Province, South Vietnam Aug70. SOC 5Mar71 at Cam Ranh Bay, South Vietnam. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP). To Royal Lao Air Force 5Mar71 as 57-2897. Used by Raven FAC under direction of the 
					US Air Attaché in Laos. Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand. Crashed during Operation 
					Barrel Roll supporting General Vang Pao in the war against the Pathet Lao communist forces southeast 
					of the runway at Ban Keun (LS-44), Laos 8Feb72 and destroyed by fire [1KIA].
				2898	(MSN 24076) Manufactured 9Jun58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 73rd Aviation Company, 
					Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Jul63 to Mar64. Crashed 85 miles ENE of Saigon, 
					South Vietnam 14Mar64 [2KIA].
				2899	(MSN 24077) Manufactured 10Jun58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Oct63. Transferred to USAF 16Sep63. Air Materiel 
					Command, McClellan AFB, Sacramento, CA 1963. Dismantled and shipped by C-124 Globemaster to Saigon, 
					South Vietnam. 2nd Air Division, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 16Sep63. 19th Tactical 
					Air Support Squadron (TASS), 34th Tactical Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Sep63. 
					6251st Tactical Fighter Wing, Bien Hoa, South Vietnam 8Jul65; attached to 6250th Tactical Air Support 
					Group, Provisional, Bien Hoa 1Aug65 to 7Nov65. 505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa 8Nov65; 
					attached to 6253rd Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, 9Sep66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, 
					Bien Hoa 8Dec66. 23rd Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, 
					Nakhon Phanom, Thailand Jan67. SOC 25Jun68 at Nakhon Phanom, Thailand. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Royal Lao Air Force 25Jun68 as 57-2899. Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché 
					in Laos. Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand. Accident 30Jun72, Laos.
				2900	(MSN 24078) Manufactured 11Jun58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 73rd Aviation Company, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 
					Mar64 to Nov64. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated 1Nov64. 
					221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam 
					Aug65 to Aug68. Accident 28Jul68, South Vietnam. Crashed after mid-air collision with SVNAF O-1A 
					Bird Dog 51-12366 near Binh Thuy, Can Tho Province, South Vietnam 15Sep68 [1KIA]. 
					Last US Army report 15Aug68.
				2901	(MSN 24079) Manufactured 12Jun58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 73rd Aviation Company, Fort Rucker, Daleville, AL Mar63. 
					Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA May63. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA aboard 
					escort carrier USNS Core (T-AKV-41); the Core arrived at Vung Tau, South Vietnam May63. Assembled 
					by Air Vietnam for delivery to Nha Trang Jun63. 73rd Aviation Company, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, 
					South Vietnam Jun63 to Nov64. Fitted with a dual KS-54 camera system with a camera pod on each 
					wing pylon. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated 1Nov64. 
					219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, 
					South Vietnam Jul65 to Jun66. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, 
					Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Oct66 to Jan67. 1st Platoon, Quang Ngai, South Vietnam. 
					Shot down when the engine was damaged by hostile fire near Duc Pho, South Vietnam 26Jan67 [1KIA]. 
					The last thing the Marine Corps observer remembered before the plane crashed was the 
					trees “hurtling toward him.” The 1st Marine Division air observer had spotted some Viet Cong 
					just moments before, and his pilot was on a rocket run to mark their position 15 miles south of 
					Quang Ngai when suddenly everything happened at once. The aircraft was in a steep dive, its rockets 
					misfired, and enemy ground fire tore through the tiny plane. The pilot could not pull out of the 
					dive and the plane smashed into the trees lining a muddy stream. The force of the crash ripped 
					off a wing and spun the plane around. Its nose settled into the water. The observer, hurt and dazed, 
					crawled through a broken window of the wrecked cabin and was about to check the damage when he 
					froze. An armed Viet Cong was staring at him from the opposite river bank. He didn’t move a muscle. 
					The Viet Cong turned and walked away. Turning back to the plane, he saw the pilot still trapped 
					in his seat. An electrical fire was crackling beneath the pilot’s seat. The Marine extinguished 
					it as the pilot made a wry joke about where he felt the heat. His leg was trapped beneath the 
					crushed metal and the observer, using most of his strength, managed to pry away the aluminum 
					and get the pilot out. Both agreed to leave the crash site before the Viet Cong came. The pilot 
					started into the stream. He was walking with the current when three grenades exploded nearby 
					sending spray high into the air. The Marine plunged into the water; he never saw the pilot again. 
					Last US Army report 15Feb67.
				2902	(MSN 24080) Manufactured 13Jun58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 73rd Aviation Company, Fort Rucker, Daleville, AL Mar63. Ferried 
					to Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA May63. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA aboard escort 
					carrier USNS Core (T-AKV-41); the Core arrived at Vung Tau, South Vietnam May63. Assembled by 
					Air Vietnam for delivery to Nha Trang Jun63. 73rd Aviation Company, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, 
					South Vietnam Jun63 to Nov64. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was 
					deactivated 1Nov64. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen 
					Province, South Vietnam Aug65 to Feb66. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) Feb66. 
					Last US Army report 15Mar66. Transferred to USAF. 23rd Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand. Crashed after a mid-air collision 
					with F-105D Thunderchief 59-1724 near Ban Thapachon, Laos 2Mar66 [1KIA].
					Conflict:
					19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, 
					South Vietnam Jan66. 22nd Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, 
					Binh Thuy, Can Tho Province, South Vietnam May67. Accident 30May67. 
				2903	(MSN 24081) Manufactured 16Jun58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 220th Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, South Vietnam. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS), 
					14th Transportation Battalion, Nha Trang for maintenance Jan66. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane 
					Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Apr66 to Apr68. 
					Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) Apr68. 235th Assault Helicopter Company (AHC), 
					Delta Devils, Can Tho, Can Tho Province, South Vietnam. Last US Army report 15Dec68. Military 
					Assistance Program (MAP). To Royal Lao Air Force 1Mar72 as 57-2903. Used by Raven FAC under 
					direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos. Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand. Gained by 
					the RLAF Feb73. Khmer Air Force Feb74 as 57-2903. Used for Khmer Air Force pilot training at 
					Udorn, Thailand Feb74. Gained by the KhAF 11May74. Ferried from Udorn to Pochentong, Phnom Penh Jun74.
				2904	(MSN 24082) Manufactured 17Jun58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 74th Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 1965 to Aug66. 221st 
					Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) Shotgun, South Vietnam Nov66 to Aug70. 221st Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Nov66. Can Tho, 
					Vinh Long Province, South Vietnam Mar70 to Aug70. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) Aug70. 
					Last US Army report 15Mar71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Khmer Air Force Apr71 as 57-2904.
				2905	(MSN 24083) Manufactured 18Jun58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 219th Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam 
					Jul65 to Mar67. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue 
					Province, South Vietnam Jun67 to Jan68. Destroyed on the ground during the Tet Offensive at Hue, 
					South Vietnam 31Jan68. Last US Army report 15Jan68.
				2906	(MSN 24084) Manufactured 19Jun58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 221st Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Mar66 to Aug66. 
					219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, 
					South Vietnam Sep66 to Dec66. Crashed following engine failure, South Vietnam 1Dec66. Turned in 
					to the Transportation Company (DS) for salvage. Last US Army report 15Feb67.
				2907	(MSN 24085) Manufactured 20Jun58. Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 
				2908	(MSN 24086) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Nov70. Turned in to the 
					142nd Transportation Company (DS), 58th Transportation Battalion, Red Beach, Da Nang Nov70. 
					Last US Army report 15Oct71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Khmer Air Force 10Nov71 as 57-2908. 
					Damaged in Cambodia Oct73. Shot down by ground fire over Chamkar Morn Palace, Phnom Penh 1Aug74.
				2909	(MSN 24087) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 
					73rd Aviation Company, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Jul63 to Nov64. Turned in to 
					the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated 1Nov64. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane 
					Company (RAC), Shotgun, Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Aug65 to Jul67. Damaged when 
					the engine failed during takeoff, South Vietnam 19Jul67. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) 
					for repair and maintenance. 199th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Swamp Fox, Vinh Long, 
					Vinh Long Province, South Vietnam Jun68 to Nov68. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Shotgun, Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam 6Nov68. Last US Army report 15Jul69.
				2910	(MSN 24088) accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 1965 to Apr66. Crashed following engine failure 
					19.5 miles NW of Tay Ninh City, South Vietnam 29Apr66 [1KIS]. Last US Army report 15May66.
				2911	(MSN 24089) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 8th Transportation Company, Camp Goldberg, 
					Qui Nhon, South Vietnam. 117th Aviation Company, Camp Goldberg, Qui Nhon, South Vietnam 23Jun63. 
					Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Dec64. 219th Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 
					to Sep65. Crashed one mile from Dak Pek Special Forces Camp, South Vietnam 10Sep65 [1 killed].
				2912	(MSN 24090) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec76. Registered as N95495. 
					Substantially damaged when a missing tail wheel control chain caused the aircraft to ground loop 
					landing at Forest, VA 3May81. Registered as N305JR. Reregistered as N305JH. Cancelled 31Oct98. 
					Destroyed by fire after a mid-air collision at Asheboro, NC 4Jun97 [pilot killed]. 
					Cessna Model 305E, N305JH, had been airborne about eleven minutes, and Piper J3C-65, N804DA, had been 
					airborne about two minutes, when a collision of the two airplanes occurred. The collision occurred 
					about two miles west of the departure airstrip. A witness said he first heard a loud sound, 
					then saw both airplanes flying northeast bound. When he first saw them, the airplanes appeared to 
					be side by side at the same altitude with the left airplane in a slight bank and the right 
					airplane in a right bank. Both airplanes then entered uncontrolled descent and crashed. 
					No adverse weather was reported. There was evidence that when the midair occurred, the Piper 
					was below and to the left of the Cessna. The upper surface of the left wing of the Piper 
					collided with the left side of the Cessna's empennage just forward of the left horizontal 
					stabilizer. Several of the longerons on the Cessna airplane were damaged, and the cambered 
					surface of the left wing of the Piper airplane was damaged. Examination of the airframes, 
					engines, and flight controls of both airplanes revealed no evidence of pre-impact failure or 
					malfunction. The pilot of the Piper had logged 2.0 hrs of formation flying time. The pilot of 
					the Cessna, who was the son of the Piper pilot, was a military pilot and had received 
					military flight training in formation flying.
				2913	(MSN 24091) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 1965 to Oct68. Crashed during a practice landing 
					at Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 25Oct68. Salvaged 3Nov68. Last US Army report 15Aug68.
				2914	(MSN 24092) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 
					74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 
					1965 to Jun66. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) Jul66. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane 
					Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Oct66 to Jan68. 
					Damaged by enemy ground fire 8Jan67 [2WIA]. Destroyed on the ground during the Tet Offensive at 
					Hue, South Vietnam 31Jan68. Last US Army report 15Jan68.
				2915	(MSN 24093) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Mar67. 220th Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam May67 to Oct70. 
					Turned in to the 142nd Transportation Company (DS), 58th Transportation Battalion, Red Beach, 
					Da Nang Oct70. Returned to USA. Overhauled. Waiting for disposition at Red River Army Depot, 
					Texarkana, TX 15Feb72. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Dismantled and shipped to South Vietnam. 
					Assembled by Air Vietnam for delivery to Cambodia. Khmer Air Force 10Nov72 as 57-2915. 
					Battle damage repaired at Pochentong, Phnom Penh Oct73.
				2916	(MSN 24094) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 611th Transportation Company (DS), 765th 
					Transportation Battalion, Vinh Long, South Vietnam. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Shotgun, Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Aug65. Can Tho, Vinh Long Province, 
					South Vietnam Mar70 to Aug70. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) Aug70. Last US Army report 
					15Oct71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Khmer Air Force 16Nov71 as 57-2916.
				2917	(MSN 24095) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Apr67. Battle damage 
					South Vietnam 21Mar66. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS), 14th Transportation Battalion, 
					Nha Trang for maintenance 28Apr67. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, 
					Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Aug67 to Oct68. Destroyed 15Oct68, 
					South Vietnam. Last US Army report 15Sep68.
				2918	(MSN 24096) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Destroyed by satchel charge during a night 
					attack by the Viet Cong on Dau Tieng, 35 miles NW of Saigon, South Vietnam 22/23Feb69. Last US Army 
					report 15Feb69.
				2919	(MSN 24097) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army.
				2920	(MSN 24098) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 
					73rd Aviation Company, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Oct63 to Nov64. Turned in to the 
					Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated 1Nov64. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane 
					Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Apr66. 
					74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 
					Jul66 to Aug70. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS)Aug70. Last US Army report 15Oct71. 
					Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Khmer Air Force 10Nov71 as 57-2920. Damaged when the brakes 
					failed landing at Phnom Penh Feb72. Accident 26Apr72. SOC 26Apr72.
				2921	(MSN 24099) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 57th Transportation Company, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai 
					Province, South Vietnam. 120th Aviation Company, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Jun63. 
					Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Transferred to USAF. 
					56th Special Operations Wing, Udorn, Thailand. Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché 
					in Laos. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang, 
					Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Oct67. Cam Ranh Bay, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 1Sep69. 
					SOC 20Feb71 at Cam Ranh Bay, South Vietnam. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Royal Lao Air Force 
					20Feb71 as 57-2921. Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos. Maintained by 
					Air America at Udorn, Thailand. Crashed 8kms northeast of Luang Prabang, ten miles east of LS-24, 
					Laos 31Jan72. The two crew were rescued by Air America.
				2922	(MSN 24100) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 
					74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 
					1965 to Apr67. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) Apr67. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane 
					Company (RAC), Shotgun, Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Jun67 to Jul69. Last US Army 
					report 15Jun69. On 12Jul69 the pilot was making an approach to land on a road on Phu Quoc Island 
					to evacuate a seriously wounded ARVN soldier when his aircraft received several hits causing the 
					engine to fail. The aircraft landed and rolled over causing major damage. Salvaged 12Jul69.
					Conflict:
					19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa Nov65; attached 
					to 6253rd Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, 9Sep66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, 
					Bien Hoa 8Dec66. Accident 30Nov68.
				2923	(MSN 24101) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Mar66 to Jun66. Shot down, 
					crash landed and destroyed west of Hoi An, Quang Nam Province, South Vietnam 13Jun66. Last US Army 
					report 15Jun66.
				2924	(MSN 24102) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 1965 to Aug66. Shot down by hostile fire during a 
					convoy escort mission, South Vietnam 8Aug66 [1KIA – the pilot was assigned to the 23rd Artillery Group]. 
					Last US Army report 15Jul66.
				2925	(MSN 24103) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Sep67 to Mar69. Crash landed 
					following engine failure, South Vietnam 7Mar69. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) for 
					salvage. Last US Army report 15Feb69.
				2926	(MSN 24104) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 
					119th Assault Helicopter Company, South Vietnam. Crashed following engine failure two miles west of 
					Buon Brieng, South Vietnam 28May64. Last US Army report 15Apr64.
				2927	(MSN 24105) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec67.
				2928	(MSN 24106) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 
					Last US Army report 15Sep63. NAM Syndicate of Ardmore, New Zealand. Registered 8Mar02 as ZK-NAM; 
					current [Apr19].
				2929	(MSN 24107) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Nov66. Accident 19Nov66, 
					South Vietnam. Last US Army report 15Dec66.
				2930	(MSN 24108) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Jan68. Aircraft departed 
					Hue/Phu Bai airfield 21Jan68 to direct naval gunfire on an active enemy AAA site. The crew 
					reported that they had been hit by ground fire and no further contact was made. SAR operations 
					failed to find the aircraft, which was assumed lost approximately one mile north of the DMZ, two 
					miles east of the coastline and three miles southeast of Vinh Linh, Quang Binh Province,
					North Vietnam [2MIA]. Last US Army report 15Jan68.
				2931	(MSN 24109) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Accident 30Jan66, 
					South Vietnam.
				2932	(MSN 24110) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 117th Aviation Company, Camp Goldberg, Qui Nhon, 
					South Vietnam. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Mar66. 
					Transferred to USAF. 56th Special Operations Wing, Udorn, Thailand. Used by Raven FAC under 
					direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos. 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical 
					Air Support Group, Da Nang, South Vietnam Jun67. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Nov67. The FAC 
					was flying near Phouc Long, Bien Dinh Province 16Jun68, 25 miles southwest of Qui Nhon, when the 
					aircraft was hit by enemy ground fire while diving on the target and crashed [1KIA]. The pilot was 
					supporting the 173rd Airborne Brigade in Phu Yen Province, South Vietnam.
				2933	(MSN 24111) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 118th Aviation Company, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, 
					South Vietnam. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Dec64. 
					Accident 12Jan65, South Vietnam.
				2934	(MSN 24112) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Mar69. Turned in to 
					the Transportation Company (DS)Mar69. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC) Shotgun, 
					South Vietnam Dec69 to Aug70. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Soc Trang, 
					Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Dec69. Can Tho, Vinh Long Province, South Vietnam Mar70 to Aug70. 
					Last US Army report 15Nov71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Khmer Air Force 25Dec71 as 57-2934. 
					Damaged taking off at Pochentong, Phnom Penh 16Jan74. Substantially damaged during a landing 
					incident when the tail section apparently touched Douglas C-47 44-76340, which was equally 
					damaged at Pochentong, Phnom Penh Jan74. Sustained major damage when the aircraft ground looped 
					during a hard landing at Pochentong, Phnom Penh 9Mar74. Accident 6Oct74.
				2935	(MSN 24113) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 
					Last US Army report 15Dec64. Accident 12May65, South Vietnam [2KIA]. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Khmer Air Force as 57-2935. Damaged; repaired by 20Feb74.
				2936	(MSN 24114) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 
					611th Transportation Company (DS), 765th Transportation Battalion, Vinh Long, South Vietnam. 
					221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam 
					Aug65 to Mar66. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) Mar66. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane 
					Company (RAC), Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Jun66 to Oct70. 
					Turned in to the 142nd Transportation Company (DS), 58th Transportation Battalion, Red Beach, 
					Da Nang Oct70. Returned to USA. Overhauled. Waiting for disposition at Red River Army Depot, 
					Texarkana, TX 15Feb72. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Dismantled and shipped to South Vietnam. 
					Assembled by Air Vietnam for delivery to Cambodia. Khmer Air Force 19Aug72 as 57-2936. 
					Accident 25Aug72. SOC 25Aug72.
				2937	(MSN 24115) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 
					117th Aviation Company, Camp Goldberg, Qui Nhon, South Vietnam. Last US Army report 15Mar66. 
					Transferred to USAF. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical Control Group, 
					Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Nov65. 56th Special Operations Wing, Udorn, Thailand. 
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos May66. SOC 25Jun68 at Nakhon Phanom, 
					Thailand. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Royal Lao Air Force as 57-2937. Used by Raven FAC 
					under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos. Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand. 
					Accident 6Nov69, Laos.
				2938	(MSN 24116) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 1965 to May68. Crashed when the flight controls 
					became jammed with a loose object, South Vietnam 18May68. Salvaged 22May68. Last US Army report 15Jun68.
				2939	(MSN 24117) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Jun66. Damaged by 
					enemy ground fire 19Jul65. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS), 14th Transportation 
					Battalion, Nha Trang for repair and maintenance 11Jun66. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Sep66 to Sep70. Turned in to the 
					Transportation Company (DS)Sep70. Returned to USA. Overhauled. Waiting for disposition at Red River 
					Army Depot, Texarkana, TX 15Feb72. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Dismantled and shipped to 
					South Vietnam. Assembled by Air Vietnam for delivery to Cambodia. To Khmer Air Force 10Nov72 as 57-2939. 
					Substantially damaged in a hard landing Jan74. Aircraft was disassembled and returned to Pochentong, 
					Phnom Penh for repair. Written off 7Aug74.
				2940	(MSN 24118) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 
					73rd Aviation Company, Fort Rucker, Daleville, AL Mar63. Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA May63. 
					Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA aboard escort carrier USNS Core (T-AKV-41); the Core arrived 
					at Vung Tau, South Vietnam May63. Assembled by Air Vietnam for delivery to Nha Trang Jun63. 
					73rd Aviation Company, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Jun63 to Nov64. Turned in to 
					the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated 1Nov64. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane 
					Company (RAC), Shotgun, Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Apr66 to Feb68. Accident 3Sep68, 
					South Vietnam. Last US Army report 15Aug68.
				2941	(MSN 24119) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Apr70. Crashed after 
					takeoff during the climb out from Kontum, South Vietnam 2Apr70 [1KIA]. Last US Army report 15Apr70.
				2942	(MSN 24120) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 
					611th Transportation Company (DS), 765th Transportation Battalion, Vinh Long, South Vietnam. 
					221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Aug65 
					to Mar66. Last US Army report 15Mar66. Transferred to USAF. 56th Special Operations Wing, Udorn, 
					Thailand. Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos. 21st Tactical Air 
					Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, 
					South Vietnam Oct67. Cam Ranh Bay, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 1Sep69. SOC 5Mar71 at 
					Cam Ranh Bay, South Vietnam. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Royal Lao Air Force 5Mar71 as 57-2942. 
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos. Maintained by Air America at 
					Udorn, Thailand. Accident 12May72, Laos.
				2943	(MSN 24121) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 
					Last US Army report 15Dec64. Transferred to USAF 9Nov65. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Nov65. 23rd Tactical Air 
					Support Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical Control Group, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand Jan66. 504th Tactical 
					Air Support Group, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand 8Dec66. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Oct67. 23rd Tactical 
					Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand Jan68. 
					SOC 25Jun68 at Nakhon Phanom, Thailand. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Royal Lao Air Force 25Jun68 
					as 57-2943. Accident 20/21Nov68, Laos.
				2944	(MSN 24122) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 
					Last US Army report 15Oct63. Transferred to USAF. Air Materiel Command, McClellan AFB, Sacramento, CA 1963. 
					Dismantled and shipped by C-124 Globemaster to Saigon, South Vietnam. 2nd Air Division, Bien Hoa, 
					Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 34th Tactical Group, 
					Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Mar64. Crashed following engine failure on takeoff in 
					Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 7Jul65 [1KIA].
				2945	(MSN 24123) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Feb66. Turned in to the 
					Transportation Company (DS), 14th Transportation Battalion, Nha Trang for maintenance Feb66. 
					74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 
					May66 to Jul68. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS)Jul68. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane 
					Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jun69 to Sep70. 
					Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS)Sep70. Returned to USA. Overhauled. Waiting for 
					disposition at Red River Army Depot, Texarkana, TX 15Feb72. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					Dismantled and shipped to South Vietnam. Assembled by Air Vietnam for delivery to Cambodia. 
					To Khmer Air Force 19Aug72 as 57-2945. Substantially damaged when the aircraft ground looped 
					during landing at Pochentong, Phnom Penh Aug73. Departed Pochentong, Phnom Penh for pilot 
					training at Udorn, Thailand 1Nov73; returned to Pochentong by Apr74. Substantially damaged 
					landing at Prey Veng, Cambodia Apr74. Damaged 18Sep74. SOC Sep74.
				2946	(MSN 24124) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 611th Transportation Company (DS), 765th 
					Transportation Battalion, Vinh Long, South Vietnam. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Shotgun, Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Aug65 to May66. Lost to combat damage when 
					Soc Trang airfield came under attack by Viet Cong mortar and 75mm recoilless rifle fire 19May66. 
					One 75mm round landed three feet in front of the aircraft parked on the ramp. The resultant 
					explosion destroyed the aircraft. Last US Army report 15Jul66.
				2947	(MSN 24125) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Jun66. Written off 
					25Jun66, South Vietnam. Last US Army report 15Jun66.
				2948	(MSN 24126) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 
					73rd Aviation Company, Fort Rucker, Daleville, AL Mar63. Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, 
					Lathrop, CA May63. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA aboard escort carrier USNS Core (T-AKV-41); 
					the Core arrived at Vung Tau, South Vietnam May63. Assembled by Air Vietnam for delivery to 
					Nha Trang Jun63. 73rd Aviation Company, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Jun63 to Nov64. 
					Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated 1Nov64. 221st Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Jun66 to Mar70. 
					Accident 3Mar70 when the aircraft tipped over after landing, South Vietnam. Turned in to the 
					Transportation Company (DS) for salvage. Last US Army report 15Jan72.
				2949	(MSN 24127) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 114th Aviation Company, Vinh Long, South Vietnam May63. 
					219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, 
					South Vietnam Aug66 to Mar67. Crashed into trees, South Vietnam 26Mar67. Last US Army report 15Apr67.
				2950	(MSN 24128) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 
					73rd Aviation Company, Fort Rucker, Daleville, AL Mar63. Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA May63. 
					Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA aboard escort carrier USNS Core (T-AKV-41); the Core arrived 
					at Vung Tau, South Vietnam May63. Assembled by Air Vietnam for delivery to Nha Trang Jun63. 
					73rd Aviation Company, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Jun63 to Nov64. Turned 
					in to the Transportation Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated 1Nov64. 219th Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam 
					Apr66 to Jan68. Crashed following engine failure, South Vietnam 21Jan68. Last US Army report 15Dec67.
				2951	(MSN 24129) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Dec66. Turned in to the 
					Transportation Company (DS) Dec66. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, Phu Loi, 
					Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Mar67 to Jan68. Shot down by hostile fire and crashed Dinh Tuong 
					Province, South Vietnam 4Jan68 [2KIA]. Salvaged 4Jan68. Last US Army report 15Dec67.
				2952	(MSN 24130) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 
					Last US Army report 15Mar66. Transferred to USAF. 56th Special Operations Wing, Udorn, Thailand. 
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos. 21st Tactical Air Support 
					Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Oct67. 
					Military Assistance Program (MAP). Royal Lao Air Force as 57-2952. Used by Raven FAC under direction 
					of the US Air Attaché in Laos. Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand. Shot down by hostile 
					fire and crashed into a river near Savannakhet, Laos 11Nov68 [1KIA].
				2953	(MSN 24131) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 
					73rd Aviation Company, Fort Rucker, Daleville, AL Mar63. Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA May63. 
					Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA aboard escort carrier USNS Core (T-AKV-41); the Core arrived at 
					Vung Tau, South Vietnam May63. Assembled by Air Vietnam for delivery to Nha Trang Jun63. 73rd Aviation 
					Company, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Jun63 to Nov64. Turned in to the Transportation 
					Company (DS) when the unit was deactivated 1Nov64. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Nov66. 3rd Platoon. 
					Damaged by enemy ground fire 20Oct65. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) for repair 
					and maintenance, Japan Dec65. Damaged by enemy ground fire 30Apr66. Damaged by enemy ground 
					fire and crashed South Vietnam 1Jul66; recovered by CH-46 helicopter but dropped from 4,000 feet. 
					Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS), 14th Transportation Battalion, Nha Trang for repair 8Jul66. 
					Last US Army report 15Nov66.
				2954	(MSN 24132) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 73rd Aviation Company, South Vietnam 10Jun63. 
					Accident 3Jul63. Last US Army report 15Jun63.
				2955	(MSN 24133) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Jun66. 221st Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Jul66. Returned to USA. 
					Overhauled. Waiting for disposition at Red River Army Depot, Texarkana, TX 15Feb72. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP). Dismantled and shipped to South Vietnam. Assembled by Air Vietnam for delivery to Cambodia. 
					To Khmer Air Force 10Nov72 as 57-2955.
				2956	(MSN 24134) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Oct70. Turned in to the 
					Transportation Company (DS), 14th Transportation Battalion, Nha Trang for maintenance 19Dec66. 
					Damaged when shot at by enemy ground fire killing the pilot in Quang Tri Province, South 
					Vietnam 4Dec67 [1KIA]; the observer flew the aircraft back to base and made a successful landing. 
					Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) Oct70. Returned to USA. Overhauled. Waiting for disposition 
					at Red River Army Depot, Texarkana, TX 15Feb72. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Dismantled and 
					shipped to South Vietnam. Assembled by Air Vietnam for delivery to Cambodia. 
					To Khmer Air Force 10Nov72 as 57-2956. Considered to be beyond economical repair and cannibalised 
					at Pochentong, Phnom Penh Nov73. Used to complete the crash damage repair on O-1D 57-2795.
				2957	(MSN 24135) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Jul65.to Oct66. Crashed 8km north 
					of Gia Vuc Special Forces camp, South Vietnam 6Jul66. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS), 
					14th Transportation Battalion, Nha Trang for repair and maintenance 13Jul66. Last US Army report 15Oct66.
				2958	(MSN 24136) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Waiting for disposition at Atlanta Army Depot, 
					Forest Park, GA 15Nov71. Transferred to USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Royal Lao Air Force 1Jun72 as 57-2958. Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos. 
					Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand. Crashed during Operation Barrel Roll after mid-air 
					collision with USAF LTV A-7D Corsair, 71-0312 of the 353rd Tactical Fighter Squadron, 354th Tactical 
					Fighter Wing, 13km SSW of Xieng Khouang airfield, over the Plaine des Jarres, Laos 24Dec72 [1MIA]. 
					The Raven FAC was assigned to 56th Special Operations Wing, Udorn AB, Thailand and stationed at 
					Long Tieng, Laos. He found substantial stacks of NVA supplies under trees on the PDJ and requested 
					tactical air to destroy those supplies. Four Air Force A-7 aircraft (SLAM Flight) responded. 
					The site under attack possessed both 12.7 and 14.5 weapons and the enemy had no reluctance to use 
					them. After briefing the fighters and marking the target the Raven sequentially cleared each of 
					the fighters in ‘hot', to release bombs on the supplies below. During SLAM Zero Four's pass the 
					FAC abruptly pulled into an almost vertical climb and right into the A-7's flight path. 
					The A-7 maneuvered violently to avoid collision with the FAC. The O-1's left wing strut was 
					clipped, the left wing parted. The A-7 became uncontrollable and the pilot ejected. Another FAC 
					arrived on-scene a few minutes later. Both aircraft were visible on the ground, the A-7 still 
					burning and the pilot already in enemy hands; he had landed almost at the front door of an 
					underground NVA Regimental Artillery command post. After a descent with only one wing attached 
					to the airplane, the O-1 came to rest on the ground sitting upright on its main and tail gear.
				2959	(MSN 24137) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 57th Transportation Company, Bien Hoa, 
					Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam. 120th Aviation Company, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, 
					South Vietnam Jun63. Last US Army report 15Dec64. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Aloft, Tan Son Nhut, Saigon, South Vietnam Mar65. Crashed following a mid air collision, possibly 
					with Cessna TO-1D 57-2784, six miles northwest of Long Thanh, South Vietnam 26Apr65 [1KIS].
				2960	(MSN 24138) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Accident 8Dec65, 
					South Vietnam.
				2961	(MSN 24139) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, 
					Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 1965 to Aug70. Turned in to the Transportation Company 
					(DS) Aug70. Last US Army report 15Jan71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Khmer Air Force Feb71 as 57-2961. Accident 15Feb72. SOC 15Feb72.
				2962	(MSN 24140) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Mar67. Turned in to 
					the Transportation Company (DS), 14th Transportation Battalion, Nha Trang for maintenance 30Mar67. 
					74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 
					Jul67 to Mar68. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) Mar68. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane 
					Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul68 to Dec70. 
					Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) for repair and maintenance Dec70. Last US Army 
					report 15Oct71. Military Assistance Program (MAP).  To Khmer Air Force 10Nov71 as 57-2962. 
					Accident 28Jul72. SOC 28Jul72.
				2963	(MSN 24141) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Apr71. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP). To Khmer Air Force as 57-2963. Accident 11Mar72. SOC 11Mar72.
				2964	(MSN 24142) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 
					Last US Army report 15Oct63. Transferred to USAF 13Sep63. Air Materiel Command, McClellan AFB, 
					Sacramento, CA 1963. Dismantled and shipped by C-124 Globemaster to Saigon, South Vietnam. 
					2nd Air Division, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					34th Tactical Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Sep63. 6251st Tactical Fighter Wing, 
					Bien Hoa, South Vietnam 8Jul65; attached to 6250th Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, 
					Bien Hoa 1Aug65 to Nov65. Accident 2Nov65, South Vietnam.
				2965	(MSN 24143) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 
					73rd Aviation Company, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Jul63 to Jun64. Crashed when 
					the aircraft stalled during climb-out after a low level visual reconnaissance pass near Vinh Long, 
					South Vietnam 24Jun64 [1KIA]. Last US Army report 15May64.
				2966	(MSN 24144) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Apr68. Turned in to the 
					Transportation Company (DS) Apr68. Last US Army report 15Apr69. Accident 29Aug69, South Vietnam.
				2967	(MSN 24145) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 611th Transportation Company (DS), 
					765th Transportation Battalion, Vinh Long, South Vietnam. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Shotgun, Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Aug65 to Jul68. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane 
					Company (RAC), Aloft, Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam Aug68 to Sep68. 221st Reconnaissance 
					Airplane Company (RAC) Shotgun, South Vietnam Sep68 to Oct68. Crashed when the pilot lost directional 
					control of his aircraft and flew into an ARVN armoured car at Rach Gia stage field, South Vietnam 4Oct68. 
					Last US Army report 15Sep68.
				2968	(MSN 24146) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, 
					Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 1965 to Nov67. Crashed when the aircraft turned over during 
					landing, South Vietnam 20Nov67. Salvaged 25Nov67. Last US Army report 15Oct67.
				2969	(MSN 24147) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Mar67. Turned in to 
					the Transportation Company (DS)Sep70. Returned to USA. Overhauled. Waiting for disposition at Red River 
					Army Depot, Texarkana, TX 15Feb72. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Dismantled and shipped to 
					South Vietnam. Assembled by Air Vietnam for delivery to Cambodia. To Khmer Air Force 10Nov72 as 57-2969. 
					Departed Pochentong Phnom Penh for pilot training at Udorn, Thailand 1Nov73; returned to Pochentong. 
					Damaged during hard landing at Pochentong, Phnom Penh 15May74. Damaged in hard landing at Kampot, 
					Cambodia 20Sep74. Salvaged and returned to Pochentong.
				2970	(MSN 24148) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 74th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Aloft, 
					Phu Loi, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam 1965 to Apr67. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) 
					Apr67. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, 
					South Vietnam Sep69 to Mar71. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS)Mar71. Last US Army report 
					15Jun71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Khmer Air Force Jul71 as 57-2970. Damaged 28Feb72 after 
					failure of the brakes. SOC 28Feb72 as damaged beyond repair.
				2971	 (MSN 24149) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 
					73rd Aviation Company, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Jul63 to Oct63. Last US Army report 
					15Oct63.
				2972	(MSN 24150) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Mar67. Turned in to the 
					Transportation Company (DS) Mar67. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Soc Trang, 
					Ba Xuyen Province, South Vietnam Jul67 to Mar69. 4th Platoon, Bac Lieu. Destroyed in Viet Cong sapper 
					attack at Bac Lieu airfield, South Vietnam 12Mar69. Salvaged 12Mar69. Last US Army report 15Mar69.
				2973	(MSN 24151) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 
					73rd Aviation Company, Fort Rucker, Daleville, AL Mar63. Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, Lathrop, CA May63. 
					Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA aboard escort carrier USNS Core (T-AKV-41); the Core arrived 
					at Vung Tau, South Vietnam May63. Assembled by Air Vietnam for delivery to Nha Trang Jun63. 
					73rd Aviation Company, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Jun63 to May64. Turned in to the 
					Transportation Company (DS) for maintenance. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Headhunter, 
					Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Jul66. Turned in to the Transportation 
					Company (DS) Jul66. 221st Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Shotgun, Soc Trang, Ba Xuyen Province, 
					South Vietnam Oct66 to Dec67. Crashed following loss of engine oil causing engine failure, 
					South Vietnam 22Dec67. Accident 18Apr68, South Vietnam. Last US Army report 15Mar68.
				2974	(MSN 24152) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Sep70. Turned in to the 
					Transportation Company (DS)Sep70. Waiting for disposition at Red River Army Depot, Texarkana, TX 15Oct71. 
					Transferred to USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Royal Lao Air Force 1Apr72 as 57-2974. 
					Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché in Laos. Maintained by Air America at Udorn, 
					Thailand. Gained by the RLAF Feb73.
				2975	(MSN 24153) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 219th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Headhunter, Camp Holloway, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Jul65 to Aug68. Damaged 29Aug68 
					during a hard landing, South Vietnam. Turned in to the Transportation Company (DS) for salvage Aug68. 
					Last US Army report 15Sep68.
				2976	(MSN 24154) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Transferred to USAF 27Apr65. 21st Tactical 
					Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, 
					South Vietnam Aug68. Nose art and named Ronnie’s Racer. Cam Ranh Bay, Khanh Hoa Province, 
					South Vietnam 1Sep69. SOC 28Feb71 at Cam Ranh Bay, South Vietnam. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Royal Lao Air Force 28Feb71 as 57-2976. Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché i
					n Laos. Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand. Shot down by ground fire during Operation 
					Barrel Roll supporting General Vang Pao in the war against the Pathet Lao communist forces in the 
					Plaine des Jarres, Jars, just north of Muong Suoi (L-108), Laos 18Oct71 [1KIA]. Salvaged and rebuilt. 
					Gained by the RLAF Feb73.
				2977	(MSN 24155) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Transferred to USAF 30Mar65. 
					21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa 
					Province, South Vietnam Aug68. Cam Ranh Bay, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 1Sep69. 19th Tactical 
					Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, 
					South Vietnam Jan70. SOC 28Feb71 at Cam Ranh Bay, South Vietnam. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Royal Lao Air Force 28Feb71 as 57-2977. Used by Raven FAC under direction of the US Air Attaché 
					in Laos. Maintained by Air America at Udorn, Thailand. Gained by the RLAF Feb73.
				2978	(MSN 24156) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, 
					Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Transferred to USAF 10May65. 
					19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 34th Tactical Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, 
					South Vietnam May65. 6251st Tactical Fighter Wing, Bien Hoa, South Vietnam 8Jul65; attached to 
					6250th Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Bien Hoa 1Aug65 to 8Nov65. Accident Chau Duc, 
					South Vietnam 28Sep65. 505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa 8Nov65; attached to 6253rd Tactical 
					Air Support Group, Provisional, 9Sep66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa 8Dec66. 
					21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang, 
					Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Aug67. Crashed 6Sep67 near Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, 
					South Vietnam [1KIA]. SOC 6Sep67.
				2979	(MSN 24157) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. 
					Last US Army report 15Dec64. Transferred to USAF 4May65. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					34th Tactical Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam May65. Accident 23Jun65. SOC 23Jun65.
				2980	(MSN 24158) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army Jan59. Decatur, IL for installation of radio and 
					electronics equipment Jan59. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Company B, 24th Aviation Battalion, Gabligen, 
					Augsburg, West Germany. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Dec64. 
					Transferred to USAF 3May65. Accident Quang Tri, Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam 25Jul65. 19th Tactical 
					Air Support Squadron (TASS), 6251st Tactical Fighter Wing, Bien Hoa, South Vietnam Oct65; attached
					to 6250th Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Bien Hoa Oct65 to 7Nov65. 505th Tactical Control 
					Group, Bien Hoa 8Nov65; attached to 6253rd Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, 9Sep66. 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Bien Hoa 8Dec66. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Nov67. Shot down 
					during an airstrike near Kontum, South Vietnam 17May68 [1KIA]. The FAC was flying fifteen miles 
					west of Kontum when he was hit by ground fire while controlling an air strike on an enemy automatic 
					weapons position and killed in the crash. SOC 17May68.
				2981	 (MSN 24159) accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army Jan59. Decatur, IL for installation of radio 
					and electronics equipment Jan59. US Army Europe (USAREUR). Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS; 
					modified to O-1F. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Transferred to USAF 11May65. Air Materiel Command, 
					McClellan AFB, Sacramento, CA 1963. Dismantled and shipped by C-124 Globemaster to Saigon, South Vietnam. 
					2nd Air Division, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam. 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					34th Tactical Group, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province, South Vietnam May65. 6251st Tactical Fighter Wing, 
					Bien Hoa, South Vietnam 8Jul65; attached to 6250th Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, 
					Bien Hoa 1Aug65 to 7Nov65. 505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa 8Nov65. 23rd Tactical Air Support 
					Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical Control Group, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand Aug66. 504th Tactical Air 
					Support Group, Nakhon Phanom, Thailand 8Dec66. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 
					504th Tactical Air Support Group, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Oct67. 
					Destroyed by rocket during Viet Cong night attack on airstrip at Phan Thiet, South Vietnam 5/6Jun69. 
					SOC 6Jun69.
57-2982/3077		Hiller H-23D-UH Raven
				Redesignated OH-23D in 1962.
				2982/2985 MSN 938/941
				2986/2996 MSN 943/953
				2986 (MSN 943) to MASDC as XG095 Dec 9, 1971.
				2987 (MSN 944) to MASDC as XG200 Apr 11, 1972.
				2988 (MSN 945) to MASDC as XG292 Oct 15, 1972.
				2990 (MSN 947) to MASDC as XG218 May 10, 1972.  To N47077
				2991 (MSN 948) to MASDC as XG291 Oct 15, 1972.  To N5589Q
				2993 (MSN 950) to MASDC as XG163 Feb 28, 1972.  
				2994 (MSN 951) to MASDC as XG222 May 12, 1972.  To N87579
				2996 (MSN 953) to MASDC as XG333 Nov 27, 1972.  To N67698
				2997/3015 MSN 955/973
				2997 (MSN 955) to MASDC as XG162 Feb 28, 1972.
				2998 (MSN 956) to MASDC as XG334 Nov 27, 1972.  To N62431
				3000 (MSN 958) to MASDC as XG201 Apr 11, 1972.
				3001 (MSN 959) to MASDC as XG227 May 13, 1972.  To N601RA
				3002 (MSN 960) to MASDC as XG224 May 12, 1972.  To N67696
				3003 (MSN 961) to MASDC as XG361 Jan 13, 1973.
				3004 (MSN 962) to MASDC as XG385 Feb 11, 1973.  To N46937.
				3006 (MSN 964) to MASDC as XG236 May 25, 1972.  To N67141.
				3008 (MSN 966) to MASDC as XG373 Feb 1, 1973.
				3010 (MSN 968) to MASDC as XG399 Apr 2, 1973.
				3011 (MSN 969) to MASDC as XG382 Feb 7, 1973.  To N7ZH
				3012 (MSN 970) to MASDC as XG246 Jun 9, 1972.  To C-GHTG
				3015 (MSN 973) to MASDC as XG386 Feb 11, 1973.
				3016 (MSN 974) to MASDC as XG278 Oct 6, 1972.  Became N46992.  Sold to owner in Canada (Bi-Air Application
					Services, Ltd) Aug 2004.  Registered as C-FBVO Oct 12, 2004.
				3017/3024 MSN 975/982
				3018 (MSN 976) to MASDC as XG208 Apr 14, 1972.  To N68021
				3019 (MSN 977) to MASDC as XG342 Dec 4, 1972.  To N2MJ
				3021 (MSN 979) to MASDC as XG362 Jan 13, 1973.
				3022 (MSN 980) to MASDC as XG202 Apr 11, 1972.  To N3346F
				3025 (MSN 983) to US Army in 1957.  To civil registry Jan 1973, multiple owners.  To Army Aviation
					Heritage Foundation.  Registered N11CU, current.  Substantially damaged Mar 17, 2011. The 
					aircraft transitioned to a hover at three feet above the ground. A sudden gust of wind blew 
					the helicopter forward and down. The left skid impacted the ground. The helicopter turned to 
					the right and rolled over onto its left side. The helicopter sustained substantial damage to 
					its fuselage and tailcone. 
				3026/3050 MSN 984/1008
				3026 (MSN 984) to MASDC as XG125 Jan 17, 1972
				3028 (MSN 986) to MASDC as XG237 May 25, 1972
				3029 (MSN 987) to MASDC as XG310 Oct 25, 1972.  To N777HN
				3032 (MSN 990) to MASDC as XG317 Oct 31, 1972
				3033 (MSN 991) to MASDC as XG173 Mar 6, 1972
				3040 (MSN 998) to MASDC as XG381 Feb 7, 1973.  To N9275Z
				3046 (MSN 1004) to MASDC as XG352 Dec 18, 1972.  To N62385
				3050 (MSN 1008) to MASDC as XG239 Jun 6, 1972.
				3051 MSN 1012
				3052 MSN 1010
				3053 (MSN 1011) to MASDC as XG341 Dec 4, 1972.  To N87578
				3054 MSN 1014
				3055 MSN 1013
				3056 MSN 1015
				3057 MSN 1017
				3058 MSN 1016
				3059 (MSN 1018) to MASDC as XG279 Oct 6, 1972. To C-GHTF
				3060 MSN 1020
				3061 MSN 1009
				3062/3065 MSN 1021/1024
				3062 (MSN 1021) to MASDC as XG172 Mar 6, 1972.  
				3065 (MSN 1024) to MASDC as XG096 Dec 9, 1971
				3066 (MSN 1019) to MASDC as XG223 May 12, 1972.
				3067/3076 MSN 1025/1034
				3067 (MSN 1025) to MASDC as XG219 May 10, 1972
				3068 (MSN 1026) to MASDC as XG315 Oct 27, 1972.  To N4MC
				3069 (MSN 1027) to MASDC as XG272 Sep 1, 1972.  To N2GJ
				3070 (MSN 1028) to MASDC as XG174 Mar 6, 1972
				3075 (MSN 1033) to MASDC as XG319 Nov 6, 1972.  To N62404
				3077 MSN 1046
57-3078			Hiller X-18-UH
				ex YC-122C (49-2883).  Redesignated X-18A in 1962.  Aircraft grounded after severe propeller 
					pitch motor malfunction during flight Nov 4, 1960; thereafter used for ground tests as part
					of VTOL Ground Effect Simulations Program at Edwards AFB. Program ceased Jan 18, 1964; aircraft 
					thereafter scrapped.
57-3079/3083		de Havilland Canada YAC-1 Caribou
				DHC-4 Caribou.  Redesignated YCV-2A in 1962 and YC-7A in 1968.
				3079 (MSN 5) was to have been MSN 3, test registration CF-LKI-X, crashed Feb 24, 1959 on test flight
					at Udora, Canada.  Replaced by MSN 5.  Test registration CF-LKF-X.  Delivered Oct 8, 1959 to US Army.
					Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  Transferred Jan 1975 to US Army to support
					the Golden Knights team.  Put on display Aug 1986 at U.S. Army Transportation Museum, Ft Eustis, VA
				3080 (MSN 4) 959: Constructed as YAC-1 c/n 4, flew with test registration of CF-LKU-X.  
					10/8/59: TOS USA, assigned to Army Aviation Test Board, Ft. Rucker, AL. 
					8/3 to 8/21/61: Ferried to Saigon Vietnam (first Caribou there) via Ft. Belvoir, VA; McGuire AFB, NJ; 
						Toronto, Canada; Goose Bay, Canada; Keflavik, Iceland; Prestwick, Scotland; Paris, France; 
						Chateauroux, France; Pisa, Italy; Athens, Greece; Ankara, Turkey; Teheran, Iran; Karachi, 
						Pakistan; New Delhi, India; Calcutta, India; Bangkok, Thailand. 
					8/21/61: U.S. Army Republic of Vietnam Flight Detachment, Saigon.  Also used as South Vietnam President’s aircraft. 
					5/62: Leased to Air America. 
					9/18/62: Redesignated YCV-2A. 
					8/63: Returned from Air America to USARV. 
					2/66: Army Aeronautical Depot Maintenance Center, Corpus Christi Army Depot, NAS Corpus Christi, TX. 
					9/66: Army Aviation Test Board, Ft. Rucker, VA. 
					1/1/67: TOS USAF as YC-7A under Operation Red Leaf. Assigned to HQ USAF Logistics Command, 
						Wright-Patterson AFB, OH for jurisdiction but remained with Army Aviation Test Board in Army markings. 
					6/70: Army Aviation Test Board, Army Red River Depot, Texarkana, TX. 
					8/73: Flight Operations Division, Army Redstone Arsenal, Huntsville, AL.
					1/74: Army Red River Depot, Texarkana, TX. 
					3/75: Flight Operations Division, Army Redstone Arsenal, Huntsville, AL. 
					7/75: U.S. Army Helicopter Demonstration Team (Silver Eagles), Ft. Rucker, AL. 
					2/77: Flight Operations Division, Army Redstone Arsenal, Huntsville, AL. 
					9/83: Ferried to Army Aviation Museum, Ft. Rucker, AL.
				3081 (MSN 6) test registration CF-LQV-X.  Delivered Oct 8, 1959 to US Armyu.  Transferred to USAF Jan 1967
					To MASDC Oct 11, 1977 as CM006.  Transferred to US Army Feb 22, 1980 as ZC002.  Sold in 2000 to Pen Turbo Aviation, Inc.
				3082 (MSN 7) test registration CF-LKG-X.  Delivered Dec 3, 1959 to US Army.  Assigned to Army Aviation Test
					Board for climatic trials.  Transferred Jan 1967 to USAF for Operation Red Leaf.  Transferred Apr 1975
					to US Army to support Golden Kningts team.  Displayed Aug 1986 at Fort Bragg, NC.  Put on display May 1992
					at Linear Air Park, Dyess AFB, TX, painted as 58-2082.
				3083 (MSN 8) delivered Dec 3, 1959 to US Army  Transferred to USAF Jan 1967 for Operation Red Leaf.
					Transferred Feb 1975 to US Army to support Golden Knights team.  Put on display Sep 1987 at 82nd
					Airborne Division War Memorial, Fort Bragg, NC.
57-3084/3101		Beech L-23D-BH Seminole
				MSN LH-120/137.  Redesignated U-8D in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				3084 (MSN LH-120) to N233GB, cancelled Feb 11, 2013.
				3085 (MSN LH-121) to MASDC as UB043 Oct 2, 1978.  Was at JW Duff Aircraft, Stapleton Airport, CO Aug 2007
				3086 (MSN LH-122) to MASDC as UB037 Sep 26, 1978.  Departed Dec 2, 1981 to US Forestry Service,
					Anchorage, AK. To N105SF, cancelled
				3087 (MSN LH-123) 207th Aviation Company, US Army Europe.  To civil registry as N87936 with Pittsburgh 
					Institute of Aeronautics Oct 18, 1977, cancelled Mar 24, 1992
				3091 (MSN LH-127) to N4236U assigned Jun 6, 1981 but NTU, cancelled May 25, 2011
				3092 (MSN LH-128) to MASDC as UB023 Jun 14, 1978.  To Navy inventory as 3U004.  Back to US Army inventory as UB109.  
					To civil registry as N50WU, cancelled Jun 5, 2013  
				3093 (MSN LH-129) converted to RL-23D.  To MASDC as UB073 Jun 14, 1979.  To US Navy inventory as 3U0026 Feb 13, 1981.
					Back to US Army inventory ded 28, 1982.
				3095 (MSN LH-131) converted to RL-23D.  To MASDC as UB016 May 17, 1978.  To Western International Aviation, Tucson, AZ
				3096 (MSN LH-132) converted to RL-23D
				3097 (MSN LH-133) converted to RL-23D.  To MASDC as UB084 Sep 26, 1979.  To N3126G  with Alabama Aviation and
					Technical College, Ozark Sep 24, 1982, cancelled Apr 12, 1995
				3098 (MSN LH-134) Alabama National Guard.  to MASDC as UB042 Sep 29, 1978.  To civil registry as N3930U Nov 17, 1983, 
					cancelled Sep 13, 2013
				3099 (MSN LH-135) to civil registry as N5374G with Trans American Airways, Opa Locka, FL Nov 3, 1980, cancelled Aug 15, 2013.
				3100 (MSN LH-136) Crashed Gage Airport, OK 11Dec75. The aircraft was enroute from Fort Bliss to Letterkenny Army Depot. The pilot reported 
					turning right downwind for the runway. Shortly thereafter, the aircraft impacted 1-3/4 mi SSE of the 
					approach end of runway of Gage Airport in an alfalfa field. 
				3101 (MSN LH-137) converted to RL-23D.  To MASDC as 3B075 Jul 20, 1979, to US Navy inventory 3U0020 Feb 13, 1981.
					Returned to US Army inventory Dec 28, 1982
57-3102/5101		Radioplane OQ-19D drones
57-5102/5751		Radioplane OQ-19B drones
57-5752/5775		McDonnell YGAM-72-1-MC Quail missiles
57-5776/5784		Republic F-105B-10-RE Thunderchief
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				5776 on display at McGuire AFB, New Jersey from May 1995.
				5777 crashed in Long Island Sound during test flight from Farmingdale, NY Oct 11, 1958 due to gear
					malfunction.  Pilot rescued.
				5778 5/1/58: Factory roll out at Farmingdale, NY.
					1/23/59: TOS USAF.
					1/25/59: 335th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 4th Tactical Fighter Wing, Eglin AFB, FL. Assigned for testing.
					6/16/59: Joined 335th TFS, 4th TFW at Seymour Johnson AFB, NC.
					2/29/60: 336th TFS, 4th TFW, Seymour Johnson AFB, NC.
					4/8/60: Republic Aviation, Farmingdale, NY for modification to "Project Optimize."
					11/15/60: First test flight by Republic pilot after modification.
					11/25/60: First test flight by USAF pilot (4th test flight).
					12/22/60: Returned to 336th TFS, flown by USAF pilot to Seymour Johnson AFB, NC. (10th flight 
						since modification)
					1/15/64: MOAMA, Brookley Field, Mobile, AL for depot maintenance.
					1/5/65: 141st TFS (ANG), 108th Tactical Fighter Group, McGuire AFB, NJ.
					Unknown date: 119th TFS (ANG), 177th TFG, Atlantic City Airport, NJ. 
					4/29/81: 108th TFG, McGuire AFB, NJ.  For processing for museum status, 4,000.9 flying hours
					Put on display Sep 23, 1981 at New England Air Museum, Windsor Locks, Connecticut
				5779 (MSN B16) to MASDC as FK032 Apr 8, 1981
				5780 (MSN B17) to MASDC as FK027 Dec 17, 1980
				5781 w/o Great South Bay, Long Island, NY. Dec 2, 1960 due to engine fire, pilot ejected and was rescued.
				5782 (MSN B19) flown by USAF Thunderbirds in 1964.   To MASDC as FK033 Apr 8, 1981
				5783 is at the Cradle of Aviation Museum in Garden City, New York.  It is in bad shape 
					and not on public display.  Its last assignment was NJ Air National Guard
				5784 (MSN B21) to MASDC as FK034 Apr 21, 1981.  To Pima Air and Space
					Museum, AZ
57-5785/5802		Republic F-105B-15-RE Thunderchief
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				5785 (336th TFW) w/o Avon Park Range, FL Feb 27, 1963 due to extreme pitchup.  Pilot killed.
				5786 (36th TFS) suffered fire in left intake duct Spartansburg, SC, Jul 18, 1963.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				5787 (MSN B24) flown by USAF Thunderbirds in 1964.  To MASDC as FK026 Dec 17, 1980
				5788 (141st TFS) flew into ground during training at Warren Grove, NJ Jan 16, 1970.  Pilot killed.
				5789 at Scurry County Airport, Snyder, TX.
				5790 used by Thunderbirds in 1964.  With 108th ANG, McQuire AFB, NJ crashed in training accident 1500 feet from end of
					runway at McGuire AFB Feb 2, 1971.  Pilot rescued.
				5791 (141st TFS) flew into ridge line near Dugway, Utah Apr 7, 1980.  Pilot ejected safely.
				5792 (MSN B29) to MASDC as FK028 Jan 7, 1981.  Preserved and on display at Zanesville MAP, Ohio
				5793 2/15/59: Factory roll out,, Farmingdale, NY.
					5/27/59: TOS USAF. 
					5/28/59: Assigned to 335th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 4th Tactical Fighter Wing, Eglin AFB, FL.
					Note: “One of two F-105Bs used in F-105B Category II testing of air-to-air gunner. During testing, 
						the M61 gun had to be replaced three times due to numerous malfunctions. Unreliable gun 
						installation required frequent gun bore-sighting during the last five months of the test 
						program.” (Plunkett)
					3/26/60: Joined unit at Seymour Johnson AFB, NC.
					4/11/60: Deployed to Eglin AFB, FL for F-105B Category II follow-up testing.
					6/2/60: Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOAMA), Brookley Field, Mobile, AL for depot maintenance.
					11/2/60: Returned to 335th TFS at Seymour Johnson AFB, NC.
					4/63: 4520th Air Demonstration Squadron (Thunderbirds), Nellis AFB, NV. To fly slot position; 
						received stainless steel tail to withstand heat from leader’s exhaust. 
					5/64: Service with Thunderbirds terminated after only six performances.
					6/1/64: MOAMA, Brookley Field, Mobile, AL for depot maintenance.
					6/3/65: 4520th Combat Crew Training Wing, Nellis AFB, NV.
					12/15/65: MOAMA, Brookley Field, Mobile, AL for depot maintenance.
					3/1/66: 141st TFS (ANG), 108th Tactical Fighter Group, McGuire AFB, NJ.
					1/8/81: At 108th TFG being processed to USAF Museum, 3,573 flight hours.
					7/4/81: Ferried to USAF Museum, Wright Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
					By 5/94: Parked on USAF Museum restoration ramp.
					Trucked Jun 12, 1996 to Yankee Air Force Museum, Detroit Willow Run Airport, Ypsilanti, MI
					Put on disply Jul 15, 1996.  Destroyed in fire Oct 9, 2004
				5794 crashed into water off Eglin AFB, Mar 18, 1960 due to left main gear stuck up.  Pilot rescued.
				5796 (141st TFS) crashed 4 mi S of Ocean City, New Jersey Aug 4, 1971.  Pilot killed.
				5797 flown by USAF Thunderbirds in 1964
				5798 flown by USAF Thunderbirds in 1964.  (141st TFS) hit runway at Luke AFB, Arizona after gear retraction, 
					aborted takeoff Jun 26, 1975.  Pilot survived.
				5799 (335th TFS) exploded on ramp at Eglin AFB, Florida Aug 29, 1959.  Pilot rescued. 
				5800 crashed at Wright Patterson AFB, OH, Jun 12, 1961 when lost lead in pattern and crashed.  Pilot killed..
				5801 was Thunderbird flight demonstration team aircraft in 1964.  Broke up in flight
					during 6G pitch up for landing at airshow at Hamilton AFB, CA
					May 9, 1964.  Pilot Eugene Devlin killed.
				5802 (141st TFS) flown by USAF Thunderbirds in 1964.  Suffered gun jam and smoke filled cockpit during training 
					near Shaw AFB, South Carolina Oct 4, 1976.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
57-5803/5840		Republic F-105B-20-RE Thunderchief
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				5803 on display at March Field Museum, California.
				5804 damaged during landing at Eglin AFB, Aug 23, 1960 due to drag chute failure.
					(aircraft accident report)
				5805 (33rd TFS) suffered hydraulic faiure during training mission and pilot forced to
					eject June 28, 1960, Pamlico Bay, NC.  
				5806 (452 CCTS) suffered engine faiure on functional check flight Aug 20, 1965 7 mi E of Pahrump, Nevada.
					Pilot rescued.
				5807 (4th TFW, 334th TFS) w/o Moron AB, Spain Jun 7, 1963.  During landing
					the pilot inadvertently raised the landing gear handle rather
					than deploying the drag chute and plane ran off the runway.  Pilot survived. (aircraft
					accident report)
				5808 (MSN B45) to MASDC as FK024 Oct 11, 1980
				5809 (36th TFS) suffered hydraulic failure during training mission and landing gear
					would not lower and pilot ejected near Seymour Johnson AFB, Nov 14, 1961.
					Aircraft crashed 3 mi SW of Seymour Johnson AFB.  (aircraft accident report)
				5810 (334th TFS) crashed July 29, 1960 near Florence, AZ due to engine failure.  Pilot ejected safely.
				5811 (141 st TFS) caught fire during final approach at Seymour Johnson AFB, Sep 26, 1977.  Pilot ejected safely
				5814 (MSN B51) flown by USAF Thunderbirds in 1964.  On display in 1987 at Salt Lake City IAP, Utah.  Is it still there?
				5815 (MSN B052). Active in November 1959 with 334th Tactical Fighter Squadron/4th Tactical Fighter Wing at Seymour- 
					Johnson AFB, North Carolina. Active in 1969 with 141st Tactical Fighter Squadron New Jersey ANG at McGuire AFB. 
				5816 fuselage noted at Planes of Fame Jan 2002.
				5817 (MSN B54) to MASDC as FK025 Oct 11, 1980.  Sighted at Poinsett Electronic Combat Range, Shaw AFB, SC.
					On display at Zanesville, Ohio
				5818 (33rth TFS) crashed near Mauk, Georgia, Sept 23, 1960 due to fire and loss of control.  Pilot rescued
				5819 (MSN B56) noted Jun 2004 preserved at Poinsett Gunnery Range
					near Shaw AFB, SC
				5820 with 4th TFW, later 23rd TFW, later 177th TFG ANG, Atlantic
					City, NJ, later 508th TFG, 466th TFS.  In 1988 to Florida Military
					Aviation Museum, Clearwater IAP, FL.  In 2000 was to be moved to MAP at
					Wauchula, FL.  Acquired by MAPS Air Museum, North Canton, OH
				5821 (336th TFS) crashed at Nellis AFB Gunnery Range, Mar 16, 1962.  During pull up from low-level rocket pass, aircraft
					went into sharp pitch up, porpoised violently, and crashed.  Pilot killed.
				5822 (334th TFS) crashed near McCoy AFB, FL Nov 18, 1962 due to engine failure.  Pilot ejected.
				5823 on display at Fairchild AFB, Washington
				5824 (344th TFS) lost control and crashed 5 mi NW of Lebrija, Spain Apr 16, 1963 due to landing gear
					failure.  Pilot rescuedl
				5825 (334th TFS) crahed at Indian Springs, NV, Sept 22, 1961.  Aircraft porpoised during pull up from LABS maneuver.
					Pilot could not regain control and ejected.
				5826 (MSN B63) to MASDC as FK007 May 28, 1975.
				5827 (336th TFS) in landing accident at Seymour Johnson AFB, Oct 27, 1961.  Pilot survived
				5828 (4th TFW) suffered engine fire 1 mi SSE of Lagrange, NC Feb 28, 1963.  Pilot ejected safely.
				5830 (141 st TFS) suffered stab aug failure on final approach at McGuire AFB Feb 5, 1980.  Pilot rescued.
				5831 (466th TFS) lew into ground and bounced in air 13 mi SE of Lucin, Utah Mar 3, 1979.  Pilot rescued.
				5832 (334th TFS) flamed out and in hard landing, gear tore off Eglin AFB, FL Eglin AFB, Jun 17, 1961.  Pilot survived
				5833 w/o Poinsetta Range, SC. Jun 6, 1961.  But there is a photo of 57-5833 at Kelly AFB, Texas in February 1973
					with 466th TFS, 508th TFG.
				5836 (141st TFS) crashed at Patuxent TACAN 126 radia 126 at 20 M Mar 3, 1974.  Pilot killed.
				5837 on display at Castle AFB Museum, California
				5838 on display at Volk Field ANGB, Camp Douglas, Wisconsin
				5839 12/30/59: TOS USAF. Assigned to 335th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 4th Tactical Fighter Wing, 
						Seymour Johnson AFB, NC.
					2/29/60 to 3/09/60: With 335th TFS deployed to Eglin AFB, FL for testing purposes.
					11/26/60 to 12/14/60: Deployed with 335th TFS to Eglin AFB, FL for tests.
					11/13/61 to 6/7/62: At Republic Aviation, Farmingdale, NY.
					4/1/63 to 1/8/64: Deployed with 335th TFS to Moron AB, Spain.
					1/9/64: Assigned to 336th TFS, 4th TFW, Seymour Johnson AFB, NC.
					6/5/64: Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOAMA), Brookley Field, Mobile, AL for depot maintenance.
					6/21/65: 4520th Combat Crew Training Wing, Nellis AFB, NV.
					10/18/67: 23rd TFW, McConnell AFB, KS. For use by instructor pilots conducting replacement 
						aircrew training.
					6/5/70: Fairchild Engine and Aircraft Corporation, Bob Nikes Airport, Crestview, FL for contract 
						depot work.
					10/29/70: 119th TFS (ANG), 177th Tactical Fighter Group, Atlantic City Airport, NJ
					12/19/72: Fairchild Engine and Aircraft Corporation, Bob Nikes Airport, Crestview, FL for contract
						 depot work.
					1/16/73: 466th TFS, 508th TFG (AFRES), Hill AFB, UT.
					12/11/80: At 466th TFS with 3,839 flying hours, marked for muse
					Delivered Dec 1980 to South Dakota Air and Space Museum, Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota.
					Put on display in 1982.
				5840 (466th TFS) landed tail first, caught fire and skidded at Hilol AFB, Utah Aug 8, 1976.  Pilot survived.
57-5841/5845		Cancelled contract for Republic F-105C Thunderchief
57-5846/5925		Cessna L-27A-CE
				MSN 38001/38080.  Redesignated U-3A Aug 1958.  Nicknamed *Blue Canoe* because of their color scheme
					Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				5846 (MSN 38001) to MASDC as HM003 Dec 20, 1967.  Returned to service.  Back to MASDC Aug 14, 1970.  To N4303
				5847 (MSN 38002) to MASDC Sep 8, 1968, returned to serice.  Back to MASDC as HM163 Apr 19, 1972.  
				5848 (MSN 38003) to MASDC as HM009 Apr 17, 1968, returned to service.  Back to MASDC Apr 17, 1972.  To N89736
				5849 (MSN 38004) to MASDC Sep 4, 1968. Returned to service.  At one time had been
					transferred to US Navy as 575849.  Put on display at Castle Air Museum, California.  
				5850 (MSN 38005) to MASDC Apr 23, 1968.  Returned to service.  To N5795X
				5851 (MSN 38006) to MASDC Sep 17, 1968.  Returned to service.  To N5076Q
				5852 (MSN 38007) to MASDC Sep 18 1968.  Returned to service.  To N133Z with University of Mississippi Feb 1978.  
					Now flying as N75852 registered to Dan Miller of Fort Wainwright, AK.  
				5853 (MSN 38008) to MASDC Jul 18, 1968
				5854 (MSN 38009) to MASDC Sep 6, 1968.  To civilian registry N7502) on display at Wings over the Rockies
					Air and Space Museum, Denver, CO.
				5855 (MSN 38010) to MASDC Sep 17, 1968.  Returned to service. To N11UT
				5856 (MSN 38011) to MASDC Aug 29, 1968.  Returned to service.  Used for maintenance instruction at San Jose State 
					University's aviation campus, located at SJC (Mineta San Jose International Airport).  To N8SJ
				5857 (MSN 38012) to MASDC Aug 26, 1968.  To N134Z
				5858 (MSN 38013) to MASDC Sep 8, 1968. To N4283
				5859 (MSN 38014) to MASDC Aug 22, 1966.  To Taiwan as 3601
				5860 (MSN 38015) to MASDC as HM087 Sep 10, 1968
				5861 (MSN 38016) to MASDC Sep 3, 1968, returned to service
				5862 (MSN 38017) to MASDC Aug 22, 1966, returned to service.  To N3624
				5863 (MSN 38018) to MASDC Sep 17, 1968, returned to service.   On display at the US Amy Museum, Fort        
					Rucker, Alabama in April 1998. 
				5864 (MSN 38019) to MASDC Sep 4, 1968, returned to service.  To N65065
				5865 (MSN 38020) to MASDC Sep 16, 1968, returned to service.  To N5274G.   Preserved on display at Ft. Rucker, AL
				5866 (MSN 38021) to MASDC Sep 17, 1968, returned to service.  To N5754
				5867 (MSN 38022) to MASDC Sep 19, 1968, returned to service.  Back to MASDC Apr 8, 1971.  To MASDC.  
					To N145Z in 1971 with US Dept of Agriculture Forest Service at Ogden, Utah and to 
					N3766U with Aviation High School, Long Island, New York on September 15, 1983  
				5868 (MSN 38023) to N506JC
				5869 (MSN 38024) noted in 1990 at Hill AFB Museum, Utah
				5870 (MSN 38025) to civil registry N3979B.  Registration cancelled
					by FAA Jul 11, 2006 as destroyed.
				5871 (MSN 38026) to MASDC Sep 18, 1968
				5872 (MSN 38027) to MASDC Sep 4, 1968, returned to service.  Back to MASDC Apr 5, 1972.  Preserved at South 
					Dakota Air and Space Museum, Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota
				5873 (MSN 38028) to MASDC Aug 30, 1968, returned to service.
				5874 (MSN 38029) to MASDC Apr 1, 1971, returned to service.  Back to MASDC Apr 1, 1971.  To N65386
				5875 (MSN 38030) WFU Sep 10, 1968.  To the Gateway Technical College [sic], Janesville - Rock County 
					Airport, Janesville, WI.  Registration N37670 assigned 15Jun80; not taken up, cancelled 25Mar11
					Registration N37811 assigned 19Jul80; not taken up, cancelled 8Apr11
					Destroyed 15Jun80 when the aircraft lost an engine on takeoff. It tried to turn back, stalled, 
					crashed and burned. Bad magneto on the left engine. Both engines poor condition. “Surplus 
					military aircraft, used as a static training aide for years. No standard A/W certificate; 
					Special Flight Permit.”
				5876 (MSN 38031) to MASDC Mar 22, 1968.  To N5276G
				5877 (MSN 38032) to MASDC Sep 17, 1968, returned to service.  Back to MASDC Apr 20, 1971.  To N115ZL
				5878 (MSN 38033) to MASDC Sep 18, 1968, returned to service.
				5879 (MSN 38034) to MASDC as HM168 Apr 10, 1973.  To N5973
				5881 (MSN 38036) w/o Oct 3, 1979
				5882 (MSN 38037) to MASDC Aug 22, 1968, returned to service.  To N11220
				5883 (MSN 38038) to MASDC as HM0012 Apr 24, 1968
				5884 (MSN 38039) to MASDC Aug 27, 1968, returned to service.  To N55238
				5885 (MSN 38040) to N88928
				5886 (MSN 38041) to MASDC Apr 13, 1971.  To N384M
				5887 (MSN 38042) to MASDC Sep 26, 1968, returned to service.
				5888 (MSN 38043) to MASDC as HM002 Dec 20, 1967.  To MAP Sep 10, 1970.
				5889 (MSN 38044) WFU, to civil registry as N4525
				5890 (MSN 38045) to MASDC Mar 4, 1971, returned to service.  Back to MASDC as HM171 Jan 4, 1974. Returned
					to service again.  To N12NP
				5891 (MSN 38046) to MASDC Aug 27, 1968, returned to service.  Back to MASDC Apr 13, 1971.  To US Navy, FPO San Francisco 
					as 575891.  To N46959. 
				5892 (MSN 38047) to MASDC Sep 10, 1968, returned to service.  To civil registry N3979A
				5893 (MSN 38048) to MASDC Apr 8, 1971.  To N154Z
				5894 (MSN 38049) to MASDC Sep 6, 1968, returned to service.  Back to MASDC Apr 12, 1971.  To N4406.  Noted Oct 2005 at 
					Wings Over The Rockies Aviation and Space Museum, Denver, Colorado
				5896 (MSN 38051) to MASDC as HM095 Sep 13, 1968.  Returned to service.  To N1384K
				5898 (MSN 38053) to MASDC Apr 1, 1971, returned to service.  Back to MASDC Apr 1, 1971.  To N15SF
				5899 (MSN 38054) to MASDC Sep 9, 1968, returned to service.  To N5816X
				5900 (MSN 38055) to MASDC Sep 9, 1968, returned to service.  To N12HC
				5902 (MSN 38057) to MASDC Aug 22, 1966, returned to service.  To N5455
				5903 (MSN 38058) to MASDC Aug 28, 1968, returned to service.  To N10PC
				5904 (MSN 38059) to MASDC Aug 28, 1968, returned to service.
				5905 (MSN 38060) to MASDC Sep 10, 1968, returned to service.  Back to MASDC Mar 31, 1971, returned to service again.
					  To N5272G
				5906 (MSN 38061) to MASDC Apr 26, 1968.  Returned to service.  To N6287
				5907 (MSN 38062) to MASDC Apr 21, 1971
				5908 (MSN 38063) to N6340
				5909 (MSN 38064) to MASDC as HM001 Dec 11, 1967.  Returned to service, back to MASDC Dec 18 1967.  To N11NP
				5910 (MSN 38065) to MASDC Aug 28, 1968, returned to service.  To N8063X
				5911 (MSN 38066) to MASDC Sep 11, 1968, returned to service.  To N64503.  Served with Illinois ANG 182nd
					Squadron between May 1969 and Jan 1970.  Now with Heritage In Flight Museum, Lincoln, IL 
				5914 (MSN 38069) to MASDC Sep 10, 1968, returned to service.  Back to MASDC Apr 8, 1971
				5915 (MSN 38070) suffered landing gear collapse in 1962 in Stewart
					AFB, NY.  Plane was scrapped.
				5916 (MSN 38071) To US Army at Fort Hood, TX as N99639.  WFU Apr 14, 1971.  Preserved at Fort Hood.
				5917 (MSN 38072)  To N5077N with Air Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma 
					on May 4, 1999 and cancelled on export to Japan on October 
					11, 2000. Noted in Novemebr 2017 with the Naka Nihon 
					Koku Senmo Gakkp Aviation School at Seki, Gifu Province. 
				5918 (MSN 38073) to civil registry as N5075F, with N3075G reserved.
				5919 (MSN 38074) to MASDC Aug 22, 1966, returned to service.  Back to MASDC Apr 14, 1971.  To N7410N
				5920 (MSN 38075) to N310BC
				5921 (MSN 38076) Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA
					Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Feb 7, 1971.  Registered as NASA 505
					Registered as N505NA [1974?]; sale reported Sep 21, 1992, cancelled Dec 10, 2012
				5922 (MSN 38077) to MASDC as HM161 Apr 6, 1972.  Preserved at Grissom Air Museum, Peru, Indiana.
				5923 (MSN 38078) to MASDC Aug 21, 1968, returned to service.  Back to MASDC as HM170 Apr 12, 1973.  To N5974
				5925 (MSN 38080) to N5076S
57-5926/5982		Sikorsky H-19D-SI Chickasaw
				For US Army.  Redesignated UH-19D in 1962.  MSNs and delivery dates from Helis.com
				5926 (MSN 551203) delivered to US Army Aviation Apr 30, 1958.  Registered N66214 to Whisper Jet Aug 3, 1993, current
				5927 (MSN 551204) delivered to US Army Aviation Feb 8, 1958.  To United Nations Jul 1960 as ONU 75927 for use in
					Congo.  WFU Jul 1964.  Possibly donated to Ghana AF after use by UNO.
				5928 (MSN 55-1205) delivered to US Army Aviation Apr 30, 1958.  To MASDC, to civil registry as N44688 with Orlando
					Aviation, expired Nov 8, 2013. Later to Canadian civilian registry as C-GBSC, cancelled Apr 10, 1985.  
					Reported stored at Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, Arizona
				5929 (MSN 551210) delivered to US Army Aviation Jun 10, 1958
				5930 (MSN 551211) delivered to US Army Aviation Jun 10, 1958.  To Hellenic AF as 57-5930
				5931 (MSN 551212) delivered to US Army Aviation Jun 3, 1958
				5932 (MSN 551213) delivered to US Army Aviation Jun 3, 1958.  To MASDC.  To civilian registry as N37785, expired
					Dec 31, 2013.  Reported stored at Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, Arizona
				5933 (MSN 55-1216) delivered to US Army Aviation Jul 10, 1958.  To MASDC.  To civil registry as N37798 with
					Whisper Jet Aug 5, 1993, current.  Reported stored at Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, Arizona.
				5934 (MSN 551217) delivered to US Army Aviation Jul 9, 1958
				5935 (MSN 551218) delivered to US Army Aviation Jul 9, 1958.  Stored at Chandler Memorial, Arizona.  Moved to
					storage at Casa Grande, Arizona c2007.
				5936 (MSN 551219) delivered to US Army Aviation Jul 25, 1958
				5937 (MSN 551221) delivered to US Army Aviation Jul 29, 1958.  Transferred to USAF.  To MASDC, to civilian registry 
					as N37788.  At Valiant Air Command Warbird Museum, Titusville, Florida.
				5938 (MSN 551227) delivered to US Army Aviation Aug 21, 1958
				5939 (MSN 551228) delivered to US Army Aviation Aug 26, 1958.  To United Nations as ONU-75939 Jul 1960 for use 
					in Congo.  Possibly donated to Ghana AF after use by UNO.
				5940 (MSN 551229) delivered to US Army Aviation Sep 15, 1958.  To Hellenic AF as 57-5940.
				5941 (MSN 551230) delivered to US Army Aviation Sep 26, 1958
				5942 (MSN 551233) delivered to US Army Aviation Oct 1, 1958.  To United Nations as ONU-75942 Jul 1960 for use 
					in Congo.  Possibly donated to Ghana AF after use by UNO.
				5943 (MSN 551234) delivered to US Army Aviation Oct 8, 1958
				5944 (MSN 551235) delivered to US Army Aviation Oct 8, 1958.  To MASDC, to civilian registry as N37793 with
					Whisper Jet Aug 5, 1993, current.  Reported stored at Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, Arizona.
				5945 (MSN 551236) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 7, 1958.  To civilian registry as N8305 with Whisper Jet
					Aug 3, 1993, current.
				5946 (MSN 551242) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 17, 1958.  Stored at Chandler Memorial AP, AZ.  Moved to
					storage at Casa Grande, Arizona c2007
				5947 (MSN 551243) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 17, 1958.  To MASDC, to civilian registry as N553DT, cancelled
					Mar 10, 2011.  Reported stored at Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, Arizona.
				5948 (MSN 551244) delivered to US Army Aviation Nov 17, 1958.  to Mesa
				5949 (MSN 551246) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 10, 1958.  To Hellenic AF as 57-5949
				5950 (MSN 551247) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 10, 1958
				5951 (MSN 551248) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 9, 1958.  Registered N6737, cancelled May 1, 2013.  Damaged
					in hard landing after main rotor failur at Stanton, Michigan Aug 30, 2979.
				5952 (MSN 551249) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 9, 1958
				5953 (MSN 551250) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 10, 1958.  To MASDC as XB0042.
				5954 (MSN 551251) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 10, 1958
				5955 (MSN 551253) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 15, 1958
				5956 (MSN 551254) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 23, 1958
				5957 (MSN 551255) delivered to US Army Aviation Jan 7, 1959.  To MASDC.  To N95482 with T&G
					Aviation Oc 23, 1990.  Cancelled May 23, 2013.  Reported stored at Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, Arizona.
				5958 (MSN 551256) delivered to US Army Aviation Jan 9, 1959.  To MASDC, then to Allied yard.  To N555DT, cancelled
					Aug 23, 2013.  Reported stored at Allied Aircraft Sales, Tuxson, Arizona.
				5959 (MSN 551257) delivered to US Army Aviation Jan 16, 1959.  On display at Grand Forks AFB, North Dakota
				5960 (MSN 551258) delivered to US Army Aviation Jan 16, 1959
				5961 (MSN 551260) delivered to US Army Aviation Jan 26, 1959.  To Hellenic AF as 57-5961.  To N4378 Aug 25, 1994,
					cancelled, registration N955TC reserved Aug 2, 2006, current
				5962 (MSN 551261) delivered to US Army Aviation Jan 27, 1959.  With Classic Roters Museum, Ramona California as 
					N2256G in Nov 2010.
				5963 (MSN 551262) delivered to US Army Aviation Jan 28, 1959.  Registered N6951N May 1, 1984.  Cancelled as
					destroyed Oct 26, 1993.
				5964 (MSN 551263) delivered to US Army Aviation Feb 5, 1950.  To MASDC, to civilian registry as N37784 with Whisper
					Jet Aug 12, 1993, current.  Reported stored at Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, Arizona.
				5965 (MSN 551264) delivered to US Army Aviation Feb 16, 1959
				5966 (MSN 551265) delivered to US Army Aviation Feb 24, 1959.  Registered as N4379 May 20, 1971, cancelled Jan 30, 1974.
				5967 (MSN 551266) delivered to US Army Aviation Feb 24, 1959.  Registered as N106VH, cancelled Sep 17, 2013
				5968 (MSN 551267) delivered to US Army Aviation Feb 27, 1959.  Registered N5663, current.  DBR when hit power
					lines between Chelan and Manson, Washington Jul 25, 2011.  Was being used to dry cherries after a heavy rain.
				5969 (MSN 551268) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 16, 1959
				5970 (MSN 551269) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 2, 1959
				5971 (MSN 551270) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 17, 1959
				5972 (MSN 551273) delivered to US Army Aviation Mar 23, 1959.  Registered N2738, cancelled Feb 7, 2002.  Airesearch
					TSE331 engine installed.
				5973 (MSN 551274) delivered to US Army Aviation Apr 3, 1959
				5974 (MSN 551275) delivered to US Army Aviation Apr 3, 1959.  Stored at Chandler Memorial AP, Arizona.  Moved to
					storage at Casa Grande, Arizona c2007.
				5975 (MSN 551198) delivered to US Army Aviation Jul 8, 1958.
				5976 (MSN 551199) delivered to US Army Aviation Jul 21, 1958
				5977 (MSN 551226) delivered to US Army Aviation Aug 20, 1958.  To Pakistan AF under MAP as 57-5977
				5978 (MSN 551232) delivered to US Army Aviation Sep 29, 1958.  To Pakistan AF under MAP as 57-5978
				5979 (MSN 551237) delivered to US Army Aviation Oct 17, 1958.  To Italian AF as MM57-5979, reserialled MM80119.  
					After Italian service, abandoned at port of Antwerpen following a frustrated attempt at export
					in late 1960s, possibly connected with civil war in Biafra.  Transported to Musee Royal 
					de l'Armee, Brussels by Belgian AF Mar 3, 1976.  To Portugal in exchange for Junkers Ju-52/32 in
					mid 1980s.  Noted 2004 in Museu do Ar, Alverca, Portugal painted as '9101' (which was believed not to
					be the orginal 9101 which was 51-7139)
				5980 (MSN 551245) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 6, 1958.  To Italian AF as MM57-05980, reserialled as MM80120.
					Registered N60539, cancellec Oc5 27, 1977.  Registered in Sweden.
				5981 (MSN 551252) delivered to US Army Aviation Dec 22, 1958.  To Italian AF as MM57-05981, later reserialled 
					as MM80121. Converted to S-55T by Pilatus.  Registered N62540, cancelled Mar 10, 1975 on export to
					Sweden.  Registered SE-HGZ, bought by Kallax Flyg, but not operated and stoed at Kiruna since 2004.
				5982 (MSN 551259) delivered to US Army Aviation Jan 23, 1959.  To Italian AF as MM55-05982, later reserailled 
					as MM80122.  To Leavesden UK 1967 and scrapped c1968.
57-5983/6028		Cessna L-19E-CE Bird Dog 
				Cessna Model 305C.  Redesignated O-1E in 1962
				5983	(MSN 23897) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Pakistan Army Aviation as 57-5983. 
					No.9 Army Aviation Squadron, Peshawar, Khyber. Displayed as a monument by No.9 Army Aviation Squadron.
				5984	(MSN 23898) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Pakistan Army Aviation as 57-5984. 
					No.1 Army Aviation Squadron, Dhamial, Rawalpindi. The aircraft was deployed during the Rann of Kutch 
					conflict on 18th April 1964 when it took off from Dhamial Base with another L-19 as the formation 
					leader. Both pilots reached Hyderabad after flying eight hours and fifteen minutes, having refuelled 
					at Multan and Jacobabad en-route. The aircraft was then used to photograph and reconnoitre an 
					Indian military radar station during a border war with India. On 25th April 1964 the aircraft 
					returned via Jacobabad, reaching base at Dhamial next day. Stored at Qasim Aviation Base, Rawalpindi, 
					Punjab.
				5985	(MSN 23899) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Pakistan Army Aviation as 57-5985.
				5986	(MSN 23900) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Pakistan Army Aviation as 57-5986. 
					No.1 Army Aviation Squadron, Dhamial, Rawalpindi. Towards the evening of 3rd September 1965, the 
					advance of Pakistani troops towards Jaurian, Punjab was held up due to heavy enemy artillery fire. 
					The pilot decided to fly to the area to determine as to whether they were hostile guns or not. As 
					he approached the area, he came under heavy enemy ground fire. A few bullets hit the left fuel tank 
					of the aircraft and petrol gushed into the cockpit. The pilot remained cool and calm despite risk 
					of the aircraft catching fire and called for ‘fire for effect’. With most accurate observation of 
					fire, the hostile guns were not only silenced but later the enemy fled, leaving their guns behind. 
					By the time pilot finished, it was dark and he made an emergency night landing at Gujrat Air Strip, 
					Punjab. Crashed Punjab 8Feb72. The pilot was attempting to land his aircraft at the Qila Subha Sing 
					airstrip but lost too much altitude on his final turn towards the runway. He attempted to rectify 
					the problem with a sharp turn very low over trees, but it stalled and hit the ground in the middle 
					of the runway.
				5987	(MSN 23901) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Pakistan Army Aviation as 57-5987. 
					No.3 Army Aviation Squadron. Crashed in Kohlu area, Balochistan 27Mar78 [1KIS].
				5988	(MSN 23902) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Pakistan Army Aviation as 57-5988. 
					No.2 Army Aviation Squadron. Crashed on takeoff from Lahore, Punjab 30Jul79 [2KIS].
				5989	(MSN 23903) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Pakistan Army Aviation as 57-5989.
				5990	(MSN 23904) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Pakistan Army Aviation as 57-5990.
				5991	(MSN 23905) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Pakistan Army Aviation as 57-5991.
				5992	(MSN 23906) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Pakistan Army Aviation as 57-5992.
				5993	(MSN 23907) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Pakistan Army Aviation as 57-5993. 
					Crashed and destroyed by fire in Malakand Mountains 1Dec60 [2KIS]. Two pilots had gone to Munda Qala 
					from Peshawar to investigate the forced landing of another aircraft which had occurred the day prior. 
					Weather was clear but they failed to clear a ridge in Dargai Hills and crashed about 50 feet below 
					the top probably due to down draft.
				5994	(MSN 23908) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Pakistan Army Aviation as 57-5994.
				5995	(MSN 23909) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Pakistan Army Aviation as 57-5995. 
					Crashed shortly after take-off from Khalid air field, Quetta, Balochistan 3Jul75. The pilot encountered 
					an engine fire, lost control, stalled and crashed while attempting to return to the airfield.
				5996	(MSN 23910) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Pakistan Army Aviation as 57-5996.
				5997	(MSN 23911) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). Pakistan Army Aviation as 57-5997. 
					Army Aviation School, Dhamial, Rawalpindi, Punjab. Crashed and destroyed by fire while flying low 
					level in the local flying area near the village of Dhudial, Punjab 28Feb63 [2KIS].
				5998	(MSN 23912) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Pakistan Army Aviation as 57-5998.
				5999	(MSN 23913) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Pakistan Army Aviation as 57-5999.
				6000	(MSN 23914) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Pakistan Army Aviation as 57-6000. 
					Air Observation Post School, Chaklala, Rawalpindi, Punjab.
				6001	(MSN 23915) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Pakistan Army Aviation as 57-6001. 
					Pakistan Army School of Aviation, Gujranwala, Punjab. Displayed at Gujranwala, Rahwali Gate 
					road [on corner of Cantt Garden].
				6002	(MSN 23916) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Pakistan Army Aviation as 57-6002.
				6003	(MSN 23917) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Pakistan Army Aviation as 57-6003. 
					No.2 Army Aviation Squadron, Lahore, Punjab. Miraka Nov71. No.7 Flight, Gujranwala, Punjab in support 
					of 6 Armoured Division and 17 Infantry Division during the India/Pakistan border war. The Bird Dog 
					took off early morning of 4th January 1972 for a sortie to Satrah. Later reported missing, inquiries 
					revealed that the pilot last took off from Satrah for Gujranwala at 1200 hours with a Bengali officer 
					passenger. Soon after, the British Broadcasting Company (BBC) and the All India Radio broke the news 
					of a hijacking and that the pilot has been shot dead. It was revealed later, that when the pilot 
					landed at Satrah, the Bengali officer contacted him and requested for a lift to Gujranwala. According 
					to the team responsible for maintaining the strip at Satrah, the pilot took off and then made a 
					circuit as if to land back but went around on finals. This information and the position of the 
					wounds after post mortem revealed that the passenger probably threatened the pilot to turn towards 
					India soon after takeoff, but on refusal and seeing him attempting to land back, fired the first 
					round. This first round was not fatal and the pilot still attempted to land back. Eye witnesses 
					on the ground described the aircraft banking and then straightening up. It is at this stage that 
					the passenger fired the second fatal round. After shooting the pilot the passenger, knowing a bit 
					of flying, flew towards India where the aircraft crash landed. The Bengali officer wanted to avoid 
					the punishment he was to receive from his divisional commander the following day for driving without 
					license and running over an old woman. The pilot’s body was received from India on 7th January 1972. 
				6004	(MSN 23918) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Pakistan Army Aviation as 57-6004. 
					Composite Aviation Flight, Multan, Punjab 29Jun66 to 10Sep66. No.2 Army Aviation Squadron. Crashed 
					in bad weather at Kohat, Khyber 11Jul80 [2KIS]. The passenger was Chief of Staff Brigadier Huzoor 
					Hasnain on his farewell visits.
				6005	(MSN 23919) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Pakistan Army Aviation as 57-6005. 
					The pilot and an officer from 474 Engineers went for reconnaissance of the Indus River near Khushal 
					Garh Bridge, on the border of Punjab and Khyber 27Jun70 [2MIS]. The occupants were looking for the 
					body of an army officer who had drowned earlier. The aircraft went missing and neither any portion 
					of the L-19 nor any part of the bodies has been recovered. Naval divers were also called for the search.
				6006	(MSN 23920) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Pakistan Army Aviation as 57-6006.
				6007	(MSN 23921) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Pakistan Army Aviation as 57-6007.
				6008	(MSN 23922) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Pakistan Army Aviation as 57-6008.
				6009	(MSN 23923) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Pakistan Army Aviation as 57-6009.
				6010	(MSN 23924) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Pakistan Army Aviation as 57-6010. 
					Possibly written off 4Jul75.
				6011	(MSN 23925) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Pakistan Army Aviation as 57-6011.
				6012	(MSN 23926) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Pakistan Army Aviation as 57-6012. 
					Preserved and on display at the Pakistan Air Force Museum, Sharea-Faisal AFB, Karachi.
				6013	(MSN 23927) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Pakistan Army Aviation as 57-6013. 
					Possibly written off 7Dec71.
				6014	(MSN 23928) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Pakistan Army Aviation as 57-6014.
				6015	(MSN 23929) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Pakistan Army Aviation as 57-6015.
				6016	(MSN 23930) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Pakistan Army Aviation as 57-6016.
				6017	(MSN 23931) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Pakistan Army Aviation as 57-6017.
				6018	(MSN 23932) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Pakistan Army Aviation as 57-6018.
				6019	(MSN 23933) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Austrian Air Force / Österreichische Luftstreitkräfte 19Jun58 as 57-6019; code 3A-BF. WFU Jun79. 
					Registered Jun79 as OE-CCF to Fliegergruppe Rot-Weiss-Rot. Returned to 
					Austrian Air Force / Österreichische Luftstreitkräfte 4Apr84. WFU 1993. Heeresgeschichtliches Museum, 
					Vienna Aug97. Preserved at Österreichische Luftfahrt Museum, Graz-Thalerhof airport, Austria Jun03.
				6020	(MSN 23934) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Austrian Air Force / Österreichische Luftstreitkräfte 19Jun58 as 57-6020; code 3A-BG.
					At Höhere Technische Bundeslehranstalt fur Flugtechnik, Eisenstadt, Austria as a ground instructional 
					airframe. Last noted Jun09.
				6021	(MSN 23935) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Austrian Air Force / Österreichische Luftstreitkräfte 19Jun58 as 57-6021; code 3A-BH. 
					2.Lehrkompanie, Langenlebarn Aug97. Preserved at Fliegerhorst Hinterstoisser (Hangar 8), Zeltweg, Austria.
				6022	(MSN 23936) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Austrian Air Force / Österreichische Luftstreitkräfte 19Jun58 as 57-6022; code 3A-BI. 
					WFU Nov97. Registered 1997 as OE-CCI; current [Dec11].
				6023	(MSN 23937) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Austrian Air Force / Österreichische Luftstreitkräfte 19Jun58 as 57-6023; code 3A-BK. 
					Crashed and written off [date unknown]. Fuselage stored at Museum Fahrzeug Technik Luftfahrt, 
					Bad Ischl, Austria since Oct94.
				6024	(MSN 23938) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Austrian Air Force / Österreichische Luftstreitkräfte 19Jun58 as 57-6024; code 3A-BL. 
					The aircraft struck a high-tension power line and crashed to the ground at Brunn am Gebirge 27Feb88. 
					Both occupants escaped uninjured but the aircraft was destroyed. Fuselage stored at Museum Fahrzeug 
					Technik Luftfahrt, Bad Ischl, Austria since Oct94.
				6025	(MSN 23939) Accepted by USAF. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					To Austrian Air Force / Österreichische Luftstreitkräfte 19Jun58 as 57-6025; code 3A-BM. 
					WFU 6Oct97. At Zeltweg, Austria as a ground instructional airframe.
				6026	(MSN 23940) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Transferred to 
					USAF 12Aug65. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 2nd Air Division, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, 
					South Vietnam Aug65; attached to 6250th Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Pleiku. 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 8Nov65. Accident 24May66, 
					South Vietnam. 20th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical Control Group, Da Nang, 
					South Vietnam Jul66; attached to 6250th Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional 1Sep66; 
					attached to 6253rd Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, 9Sep66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, 
					Da Nang 8Dec66. Damaged Jul67 by a rocket strike, South Vietnam. Written off 6Aug67.
				6027	(MSN 23941) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. 220th Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), 
					Catkillers, Phu Bai, Hue, Thua Thien Hue Province, South Vietnam Jun67 to Jan71. Accident 29Oct68, 
					South Vietnam. The aircraft was hit in the left rear cockpit area, between the pilot and the observer. 
					The aircraft continued straight for a few seconds, and then started a slow descending right turn. 
					The turn became tighter as the descent rate increased until impact. SOC 15Jan71. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP). To South Vietnam Air Force 13Feb71 as 57-6027.
				6028	(MSN 23942) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Transferred to USAF 
					15Aug65. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 2nd Air Division, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, 
					South Vietnam Aug65; attached to 6250th Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Pleiku. 505th Tactical 
					Control Group, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 8Nov65. Shot down by enemy ground fire 
					near the town of Plei Toun, twenty miles west of Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam 24May66 [1KIA].
57-6029/6076		Beech L-23D-DH Seminole
				MSN RLH-1/48.  Remanufactured from L-23A/B serials 52-6161/6216 and 53-6153/6192.
				6030,6032,6044,6046,6049/6053,6057,6059,6060,
					6063,6069,6075,6076 converted to RL-23D.
				Redesignated U-8D and RU-8D in 1962.
				6030 (MSN RLH-2) converted to RL-23D, redesigneted RU-8D in 1962.  To MASDC as UB104 Aug 28, 1980.  Departed Dec 12, 1982
					to Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, AZ
				6032 (MSN RLH-4) to MASDC as UB061 Mar 1, 1979, to US Navy inventory 3U0018 Feb 13, 1981, back to US Army inventory Dec 2, 1982.
				6033 (MSN RLH-5) to MASDC as UB072 Jun 14, 1979.  To N28715 Nov 10, 1982 with Tulsa County Area Voca Tech School, 
					cancelled Aug 26, 1997
				6034 (MSN RLH-6) to N562PD, N925TB (cancelled May 31, 2013).  Damaged 2Dec87 when wheels retracted during takeoff roll.
				6038 (MSN RLH-10) to MASDC as UB074 Jul 20, 1979, to US Navy inventory as 3U0019 Feb 13, 1981. Back to US Army
					inventory Dec 28, 1982
				6041 (MSN RLH-13) to MASDC as UB047 Nov 29, 1989.  To N77966 Mar 5, 1991.  Was seen at JW Duff Aircraft, 
					Stapleton Airport, CO Aug 2007.  Registration expired Mar 31, 2014.
				6042 (MSN RLH-14) to MASDC as UB030 Aug 16, 1978. Sale reported Apr 1, 1988.   To civil registry as N144LH 
					Feb 11, 2003 to John R Paul of Hamilton, Montana.  
				6043 (MSN RLH-15) to MASDC as UB038 Sep 27, 1978.  registered 9Sep82 as N2755G to World Aircraft Museum, Calhoun, GA, sold 2005, registration current
				6044 (MSN RLH-16) converted to RL-23D (redesignated RU-8D in 1962);  to MASDC as UB105 Aug 28, 1980.  Departed 12Dec82 to Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, AZ 
				6045 (MSN RLH-17) to MASDC as UB004 Apr 21, 1978.
				6047 (MSN RLH-19) to MASDC as UB049 Dec 8, 1978.  Was at JW Duff Aircraft, Stapleton Airport, CO Aug 2007
				6048 (MSN RLH-20) to MASDC as UB028 Jul 19, 1978.  To civil registry as N15PH.   Feb 16, 2005 to Phil E. Bindon of Wasilla, 
					Alaska
				6049 (MSN RLH-21) converted to RL-23D (redesignated RU-8D in 1962); to MASDC as UB103 Jun 27, 1980.  Departed Dec 13, 1982 to Allied
					Aircraft Sales, Tucson, AZ
				6050 (MSN RLH-22) to MASDC as UB083 Sep 20, 1979.  To civil registry as N7153J Feb 13, 1991, cancelled May 5, 2015.
				6051 (MSN RLH-23) converted to RL-23D (redesignated RU-8D in 1962); 509th Radio Research (RR) Group; 138th Aviation Company; to MASDC as UB088 Oct 23, 1979. 
					Departed Nov 16, 1984.  To N89086 Feb 22, 1991.  Seen at JW Duff Aircraft, Stapleton Airport, CO Aug 2007.
					taken over by ACME Aircraft Sales & Salvage; donated Jul13 to the Omega group, NOLS Wilderness Medicine 
					Institute, Denver, CO; used for crash rescue simulation
					Registration cancelled Nov 19, 2014.
				6052 (MSN RLH-24) Indiana National Guard. Crashed 5May77. The aircraft was descending from cruising altitude of 7000' for landing approach when 
					No 2 engine malfunctioned, was feathered, caught fire and descended uncontrollable. Engine separated before impact and the aircraft plunged 
					into a field in a near vertical attitude about 1/2 mile N of Volinia, Michigan. 
					Subsequent fire was fed by 5 quarts of oil stored in the empty right nacelle battery compartment.
				6053 (MSN RLH-25) in gear-up landing at Tan Son Nhut field, South Vietnam Nov 1, 1967.  
					registration N8503P assigned 6Dec80, not taken up, cancelled 26Oct10; registered 12Feb83 as N4254Y, cancelled 21Jul94 .
				6054 (MSN RLH-26) to civil registry Nov 8, 1977 as N5373G with Civil Air Patrol, Maxwell AFB, AL.  Cancelled Dec 19, 1977.
				6057 (MSN RLH-29) Registered 2Feb81 as N212GB to Iron County Sheriff’s Office, cancelled 15Apr99
				6059 (MSN RLH-31) to MASDC as UB053 Jan 17, 1979.  Registered 10Nov82 as N2872N to Tulsa County Area Vocational Tech School, Tulsa, OK; cancelled 27Oct00
				6060 (MSN RLH-32) to N4988S, N201GB (Aug 22, 1981, cancelled Oct 16, 2012).  Registered 22Aug81 as N201GB to Detroit Institute of 
					Aeronautics, Ypsilanti, MI.  With Michigan Institute of Aeronautics at Willow 
					Run Airport, Michigan Jun 1992.  Registration expired Jul 16, 1996, cancelled Oct 16, 2012
				6061 (MSN RLH-33) to MASDC as UB079 Sep 6, 1979.  To N3274M Oct 28, 1982 with Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics.
					Expired Nov 17, 2009, Renewed Jan 25, 2013, current.
				6062 (MSN RLH-34) to MASDC as UB067 Apr 23, 1979.  departed 2Dec81 to US Forestry Service, Anchorage, AK; registration N104SF cancelled
				6063 (MSN RLH-35) converted to RL-23D (redesignated RU-8D in 1962); 138th Aviation Company.  to MASDC as UB090 Oct 23, 1979.
					Departed 8Dec83 to Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, AZ 
				6065 (MSN RLH-37) to MASDC as UB014 May 16, 1978
				6067 (MSN RLH-39) 5 Flight Detachment. The aircraft crashed 15Nov72 in a field north of Zion, near 
					Winthrop Harbor, Illinois while on a maintenance test flight from Fort Sheridan
				6069 (MSN RLH-41) to MASDC as UB048 Dec 7, 1978. Departed 2Dec81 to US Forestry Service, Anchorage, AK.  
					To civil registry as N103SF Jan 9, 1992, registered to Saipan War Memorial, Marianas, expired 28Feb07, cancelled 15Dec14
				6070 (MSN RLH-42) to MASDC as UB021 Jun 6, 1978.  Departed 1Dec83 to Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, AZ
				6071 (MSN RLH-43) Hawaii National Guard.  To N5381G, cancelled Nov 19, 1993
				6072 (MSN RLH-44) became N22757 with South Seattle Community College Jun 29, 1978; 
					registration cancelled by FAA Feb 20, 2003 as 'destroyed'
				6073 (MSN RLH-45) to N907SP.  Incident 18May91 when being used for sky-diving.  Registration cancelled Apr 9, 2013
				6075 (MSN RLH-47) converted to RL-23D (redesignated RU-8D in 1962); 138th Aviation Company; to MASDC as UB091 Oct 23, 1979.
					Departed 9Dec83 to Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, AZ 
				6076 (MSN RLH-48) converted to RL-23D (redesignated RU-8D in 1962);  to MASDC as UB094 Dec 12, 1979. Departed 13Dec89 to Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, AZ 
57-6077/6094		Beech L-23D-BH Seminole
				MSN LH-138/155.  Beech Model E50 Twin Bonanza
				6078,6082 converted to RL-23D.
				Redesignated U-8D and RU-8D in 1962.
				6077 (MSN LH-138) to MASDC as UB031 Aug 17, 1978.  Sale reported Apr 1, 1988.  To civil registry as N138LH, cancelled Mar 18, 2013
				6080 (MSN LH-141) to MASDC as UB064 Mar 29, 1979.  To N3280Z Nov 26, 1982 with Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics.
					Current Jun 2016
				6081 (MSN RLH-142) to MASDC as UB022 Jun 7, 1978.  Departed 1Dec83 to Allied Aircraft Sales, Tucson, AZ
				6082 (MSN RLH-143) 138th Aviation Company.  To MASDC as UB025 Jun 20, 1978.  To civil registry as N6263X Aug 12, 1996.  
					Seen at JW Duff Aircraft, Stapleton Airport, Co Aug 2007.  Registration expired Jan 31, 2015.
				6083 (MSN RLH-144) to MASDC as UB003 Apr 19, 1978.  Seen at scrapyard near AMARC Aug 28, 2000.	
				6084 (MSN RLH-145) to MASDC as UB036 Sep 21, 1978.  To civil registry as N145LH by at least May 15, 2000.
					By Oct 29, 2015 with Shane T Rogers, Fallbrook, California.		
				6085 (MSN RLH-146) Converted to RL-23D with MSN LHC-1. Fitted with Motorola AN/APS-85 radar;  converted to U-8G.  
					To MASDC as UB0046 Nov 8, 1978, then to Navy inventory as 3U0005 (serial 576085) Nov 12, 1980.
					Departed 9Apr81 to NAS Lakehurst, NJ
				6086 (MSN LH-147) to MASDC as UB024 Jun 19, 1978.  To N99128, cancelled Jul 19, 1988, then to XB-ERI
				6087 (MSN LH-148) Registration N911CA assigned 9Jun79, not taken up, cancelled 31Mar11. Registered 11Dec85 as N49549 to 
					Sundown Air Cargo, McAllen, TX, expired 21Jan89, cancelled 14Oct14
				6089 (MSN RLH-150) Converted to RL-23D with MSN LHC-2. Fitted with Motorola AN/APS-85 radar; Modified to U-8G;.  To MASDC as UB-0033 Aug 30, 1978, 
					to Navy inventory as UB0033 (serial number 576089) Nov 12, 1980.  Bacl to Army inventory Dec 28, 1982
				6090 (MSN LH-151)
				6092 (MSN LH-153) to MASDC as UB065 Apr 10, 1979.  To civil registry as N6265U Aug 12, 1996.  Seen at JW Duff 
					Aircraft, Stapleton Airport, Co Aug 2007
				6093 (MSN LH-154) 207th Aviation Company, US Army Europe.  To MASDC as UB044 Oct 2, 1978.  Registered N154LH.  
					Sale reported Apr 14, 1988.  To  John R. Paul of Hamilton,
					Montana Feb 14, 2003.
				6094 (MSN LH-155) to MASDC as UB007 Apr 27, 1978, to Navy inventory as UB0007 Feb 13, 1981. Departed Oct 28, 1982.
					to Colorado Community College, Rangely, CO.  Registered N26565.  Administratively cancelled Aug 1, 1984.
					Offered for auction on Ebay, in fairly 
					bad shape.  Had been on civl registry  as N26565 but now deregistered.
57-6095/6103		Bell HU-1A-BF Iroquois
				MSN 10/18
				Redesignated UH-1A-BF in 1962
				Some converted to TH-1L.
57-6104/6106		Sud-Aviation YHO-1 Djinn
				MSN 1023/FR.73, 1024/FR.74, 1025/FR.75 respectively.
				6104 (MSN 1023/FR.73) previously F-WIFK.  To US Army at Fort
					Rucker, AL May 12, 1958.  Crashed next to reviewing stand
				   	during Edwards AFB airshow May 16, 1959.
				6105 (MSN 1024/FR.74) previously F-WIFL.  To US Army at Fort
					Rucker, AL May 12, 1958.  for Transportation Aviation Test and Support
					Facility.  Destroyed Jun 11, 1958.
				6106 (MSN 1025/FR.75) previously F-WIFM.  To US Army at Fort
					Rucker, AL May 12, 1958.  to Edwards AFB.  Said to have been
					destroyed Dec 31, 1958 in accident at Edwards AFB, but is
					believed to have been rebuilt and said to have been rebuilt
					and noted Nov 13, 1971 at Department of Aeronautics, San Jose
					State College, San Jose MAP, CA and subsequently at American
					Helicopter Museum and Education Center, Brandywine AP, West
					Chester, PA.
57-6107/6136		de Havilland Canada U-1A-DH Otter
				6107 (MSN 225) to civil registry as TI-SPG with Costa Rica Civil Guard, then to C-GGON registered May 13, 1980.  Crashed May 22, 2003
					after engine failure during takeoff at Lac du Bonnet, Manitoba.  Registration cancelled Jan 19, 2006.
					Registered N3952B Feb 7, 20067, current.  To Vazar Dash 3 Turbine Otter
				6108 (MSN 226) N44CD registered to City of Sikeston Civil Defense, cancelled Jun 5, 1973.  To C-GLAA, cancelled
					Jun 22, 2000.  N226UT registered Jun 29, 2000, current.  To Texas Turbine Super Otter
				6109 (MSN 228) DBF Jul 26, 1969 at Atlantic City, NJ when a Boeing 707-331C N787TW crashed during at training flight. 
					The Otter, located 550 feet from the point of impact, was struck by eebris and burned.
				6110 (MSN 229) to C-FJIK.  Crashed Nov 26, 1979 after takeoff from Takla Narrows, British Columbia
				6111 (MSN 230) to N80941.  To CF-CBA, later C-FCBA, current
				6112 (MSN 231)
				6113 (MSN 232)
				6114 (MSN 233) to civil registry as N5325G registerd Oct 20, 1992, cancelled on export to Canada Jul 23, 1993.
					To C-FQND, current.  To Vazar Dash 3 Turbine Otter
				6115 (MSN 235)
				6116 (MSN 237)
				6117 (MSN 243)
				6118 (MSN 246) assigned to 937th Aviation Company.  Crshed Feb 15, 1960 into river in eastern Colombia and
					burned out.
				6119 (MSN 249) assigned to 18th Aviation Company, Fort Riley, KS, delivered Apr 16, 1958.
					Assigned to 339th Transportation Company, South Vietnam.  Damaged May 1963.
					Assigned to 54th Aviation Company, South Vietnam.  Crashed Dec 22, 1967 at Long Binh, RVN and destroyed by fire
				6120 (MSN 251)
				6121 (MSN 254) MAP delivery to Panama as 303.  To HP-1070.  Sold as N254AW.  To Texas Turbine Super Otter.
					Damaged Sep 7, 2001 during forced landing after engine failure east of Cordova, Alaska
				6122 (MSN 257) assigned to 18th Aviation Company, Nha Trang, South Vietnam. SOC Jul 1971, scrapped at Vung Tau, 
					South Vietnam
				6123 (MSN 259)
				6124 (MSN 261) assigned to 18th Aviation company, Nha Trang, South Vietnam.  N2750 registered Apr 2, 1976 to 
					University of Tennessee Space Institute, cancelled Mar 11, 1981 on export to Canada.  To C-GKYG.  
					To Walter Turbine Otter.
				6125 (MSN 264) SOC Apr 1960 after a crash.
				6126 (MSN 265)
				6127 (MSN 268)
				6128 (MSN 270) sold as C-GFLK, to N51KA, registered N270PA Jan 14, 1997, current.  To Vazar Dash 3 Turbine Otter
				6129 (MSN 272)
				6130 (MSN 275)
				6131 (MSN 276) to MASDC as UA0003, to N10W, C-GYYS registered May 16, 1979, current
				6132 (MSN 278) N48064 registered Sep 18, 1975, cancelled Feb 3, 1978.  Crashed Aug 4, 1977 during takeoff from
					a river gravel bar at Bettles, Alaska.
				6133 (MSN 281)
				6134 (MSN 282) C-FCEE, cancelled Feb 27, 2013.  To C-GMAY registered Feb 27, 2013, current
				6135 (MSN 283) on display at Ft. Rucker, AL.
				6136 (MSN 284) to civil registry as N84SF, cancdlled on export to Canada May 3, 2002.  Sold to Transwest Air Ltd of 
					Prince Rupert, SK and registered C-FADW May 30, 2002.  Cancelled Feb 19, 2003 on export to USA, but NTU.
					Registered Mar 24, 2003 to Harbour Air Ltd of Vancouver, BC as C-GHAS.  Current.  To Vazar Dash 3 Turbine Otter.
57-6137/6182		de Havilland Canada L-20A-DH Beaver
				For US Army.  Redesignated U-6A in 1962.
				6137 (MSN 1214/1790) delivered Apr 7, 1958.  To MASDC Apr 5, 1972 to Mar 23, 1976.  C-GXEI reserved Jun 8, 1976
					but NTU, cancelled Oct 22, 1976, C-GXPI, C-FWZE
				6138 (MSN 1217/1792) delivered Apr 7, 1958.  To MASDC Apr 7, 1972 to Feb 12, 1976.  To N3122F (NTU), C-GEZW
					registered Jul 29, 1976, current
				6139 (MSN 1219/1794) delivered Apr 21, 1958.  N5344G registered Jan 1977 to Civil Air Patrol, current.  Stored
					at Campbell River.
				6140 (MSN 1223/1797) delivered May 7, 1958.  MAP to South Vietnam AF as 57140, modifed to RU-6A.  To C-GUWL Sep 1977 
				6141 (MSN 1225/1798) MAP transfer to Philippine AF as 1125.  To Philippine civil registry as RP-52, cancelled by 1989.
				6142 (MSN 1226/1799) delivered May 15, 1958.  With Air Classic Museum of Aviation until sold
					Mar 2004.  Now owned by Sealand Aviation Ltd, Campbell River,
					BC where it is being rebuilt.  Registered N958DB May 12, 2012.
				6143 (MSN 1229/1801) delivered Jun 3, 1958.  To N2301T with United States Mapping Mission in Ethiopia.  To N7336
				6144 (MSN 1230/1802) delivered Jun 3, 1958.  To N1018T, N67686, N1544.
				6145 (MSN 1233/1805) delivered Jun 10, 1958.  Sold to B. M. Aviation in 1973 and registered
					as C-GUHH Dec 16, 1975.  To Falkland Islands Government Air
					Service and registered VP-FAV Dec 14, 1976.  During Falklands
					conflict was damaged by British artillery bombardment Jun 11/12, 1982
					but deemed repairable.  Blown over and wrecked by gale Jul 28, 1982.
					Fuselage noted on Mary Hill dump near Stanley AP 1989.
				6146 (MSN 1236/1807) delivered Jul 3, 1958.  To N6803, C-GMOI
				6147 (MSN 1237/1808) delivered Jul 3, 1958.  To N62469
				6148 (MSN 1238/1809) delivered Jul 3, 1958.  To N62460, C-GRJB, C-FDIC
				6149 (MSN 1241/1811) delivered Jul 18, 1958.  Became N3060R with US Mapping Mission in Ethiopia.  DBR
					in 1966, registration cancelled Mar 14, 1968.
				6150 (MSN 1243/1813) delivered Jul 18, 1958.  To MASDC Feb 18, 1972.  Sold to Flight Systems of Newport, CA
					Feb 19, 1976, registered as N68010 Jun 10, 1976.  Sold to Temsco Helicopters
					Inc dba Demsco Alaska Airlines Commuter of Ketchikan, AK.  Next Taku Glacier
					Air Inc of Juneau, AK and then Ketchikan Air Service Inc of Ketchikan, AK
					Jun 1994.  Next Jul 19, 2000 to S & S Leasing Inc of Ketchikan, AK
				6151 (MSN 1246/1815) delivered Jul 21, 1958.  Modified to RU-6A.  Operated in South Vietnam.
				6152 (MSN 1247/1816) delivered Jul 23, 1958.  To N94488, N87878, C-FDPM.  Registered N666SP and as N676SP May
					31, 2011.  Why two different registrations?
				6153 (MSN 1248/1817) delivered Jul 30, 1958.  To MASDC Apr 6, 1972 to Feb 28, 1975.  to N87722, C-GMKG, N770BS.
					N907BR registered May 15, 2008.
				6154 (MSN 1251/1819) delivered Jul 31, 1958
				6155 (MSN 1253/1821?)
				6156 (MSN 1255/1823) delivered Sep 8, 1958.  To N5330G, C-GLED, DQ-TAL
				6157 (MSN 1256/1824) delivered Sep 3, 1958.  To MASDC Feb 14, 1972 to May 13, 1975.  N47114 registered
					Mar 2, 1976 to Department of Fish and Game, Olympia, Washington, cancelled Apr 8, 1981.
				6158 (MSN 1257/1825) delivered Sep 5, 1958.  To MASDC Feb 8, 1972 to Feb 6, 1976.  To N67685, VH-AQV.
					Damaged Mar 6, 2003 when overturned on landing at Whitehaven Beach, whitsunday Island, Queensland,
					Australia.  On rebuild.
				6159 (MSN 1259/1827) deliveed Oct 17, 1958.  To N5319G, C-FGLB, N24150
				6160 (MSN 1261/1828) delivered Sep 16, 1958.  Became N67681, then N737KA, then N125UA, then
					N85HC.  To Pourvoire Swampy Inc of St-Mathias, QC as C-FSHC Jul 11, 2007.
				6161 (MSN 1262/1829) deliveed Sep 16, 1958.  To N8523, 
				6162 (MSN 1264/1831) delivered Sep 24, 1958.  to N90412, N199E, C-FERT, N89YC, SP-MKI registered Oct 2011
				6163 (MSN 1266/1832) delivered Oct 21, 1958.  To MASDC as UD0081 Nov 25, 1975.  To N9262Z, N904AK
				6164 (MSN 1267/1833) 
				6165 (MSN 1268/1834) delivered Oct 20, 1958.  To MASDC Jan 14, 1972 to May 13, 1975.  To N513F, C-GRCX, 
					N513F, N490K
				6166 (MSN 1271/1836) N35AT cancelled Apr 4, 1977
				6167 (MSN 1272/1837) delivered Oct 3, 1958.  To N47032, C-GZBR
				6168 (MSN 1273/1838) delivered Nov 1, 1958.  To MASDC Dec 29 1971 to Jan 6, 1976.  To N67684, N77MV, current
				6169 (MSN 1276/1840) delivered Nov 6, 1958.  To MSSDC Feb 4, 1972 to Feb 28, 1975.  to N7743B, 57-6169, N87780,
					 C-GJZE.  Crashed May 20, 2010 on landing at Rivers Inlet and sank.  Salvaged and rebuilt.
				6170 (MSN 1277/1841) deliveed Nov 10, 1958.  To MASDC Apr 21, 1972 to Feb 2, 1976.  To C-GEZS
				6171 (MSN 1280/1843)
				6172 (MSN 1281/1844) delivered Nov 14, 1958.  To MASDC Jan 13, 1972 to Feb 2, 1976.  To N9287Z
				6173 (MSN 1282/1845) delivered Nov 21, 1958.  To N75091, CP-816.  Crashed 1982 in Bolivia
				6174 (MSN 1285/1847) delivered Nov 25, 1958.  Became C-GUBB, C-FWCA, N128H, C-FWCA registered May 16, 2007.
				6175 (MSN 1286/1848) became N84477.  By 1998 was N930AJ with Kenmore Air.
				6176 (MSN 1287/1849) 
				6177 (MSN 1290/1851) delivered to US Army Dec 12, 1958 as L-20, No. 852. To civil registry Feb 28,. 1973 registered as N616W 
					to Alaska Island Air Inc.. Damaged in an incident Feb 28, 1973, 
					again damaged in an incident Aug 9, 1976. New certificate of Airworthiness issued  Jan 18, 1977. Pacific 
					Wing Inc. bought Jun 25, 1991. Reregistered to Pacificwing Inc. Jul 16,. 1997. Sunrise Aviation 
					bought May 14, 2011. Crashed Jun 4, 2013 near Le Conte (13 miles from Petersburg), AK • 1 fatal 6 injured. 
					Probably W/o (DBR).  
				6178 (MSN 1291/1852) delivered Dec 15, 1958.  To N88920
				6179 (MSN 1292/1853) delivered Dec 22, 1958.  To MASDC Feb 3, 1972 to Mar 21, 1975. To civil registry as N4799C, 
					later to N87633.  Crashed Jan 11, 1965 and caught fire Near Pile Bay, Alaska, long-term restoration.
					Reported Mar 2007 as sold to Alantic Aircraft Salvage of Canada.
				6180 (MSN 1295/1855) delivered Dec 30, 1958.  To N5338G.  N109KS registered Feb 11, 2005 to King Salmon Lodge, current.
				6181 (MSN 1296/1856) delivered Jan 13, 1959.  To MASDC Apr 5, 1972 to Apr 18, 1975.  To N38AT.  N19FH 
					registered Feb 24, 2010, current.
				6182 (MSN 1297/1857)
57-6183/6184		Aero Commander RL-26D-AD
				For US Army.  Redesignated RU-9D in 1962
				Carried side-looking radar faired into the lower fuselage.
				Both modified to 680E standards with additional wing span.
				6183 (MSN 680-466-136) was to have gone to Colombian AF as FAC533
					but not delivered.  Became N6895S before going to US Army.
					was also referred to as EL-26C.  Transferred Feb 1977 to US Navy as 576183
					NWC at China Lake, CA as 576183.  Returned to US Army 
					Nov 1982. noted at Ozark Airport, Alabama as a wreck on
					Mar 30, 1995.  In 1987 was at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
				6184 (MSN 680-471-141) became N6203D before going to US Army.  
					Transferred to US Navy NWC at China Lake, CA as 576184.  Returned to
					US Army Nov 1982.  Purchased by Edwin Forsberg of Wilmington, CA
					as N316DE in May 1989.  N316DE registered Jun 30, 1989, cancelled Aug 12, 2011.
57-6185/6193		Fairchild C-123B-20-FA Provider
				MSN 20281/20289
				All FMS to Venezuela
				6189 to Venezuelan AF as 1449.  Preserved at Venezuelan AF Museum
57-6194/6202		Fairchild C-123B-21-FA Provider
				MSN 20290/20298
				All FMS to Venezuela
				6199 to Venezuelan AF as 1673.  Preserved at FAV Museum, Maracay
				6202 to Venezuelan AF as 1780.
57-6203/6244		Bell H-13H-BF Sioux
				MSN 2132/2173.  Redesignated OH-13H in 1962.
				Several to FMS including 6220 to Italy and
				6210,6214,6219,6223,6236,6238 to Spain.
				6207 Assigned to NASA Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), Ellington Field, TX 
					Registered as NASA 931.  Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Jun 16, 1968 to Apr 5, 1972
					Registered as NASA 537.  Registered as N537NA; cancelled 
					Assigned to Cheatham Annex, VA
					Registered as N537NA to Northern Virginia Community College, Annadale, VA, Feb 25, 1971; cancelled Jun 19, 1973
				6211 to civil registry as N7084H
				6214 served US Army Berlin  Brigade Avn Det.
				6219 to Spanish AF as Z.7A-35
				6220 (MSN 2149) to Italian AF as MM80809, then became I-SUCK
				6223 to Spanish AF as Z.7A-48
				6238 to Spanish AF as Z.7A-47
57-6245/6267		Boeing IM-99A Bomarc
57-6268/6277		Cessna L-19E-CE Bird Dog 
				Cessna Model 305C.  Redesignated O-1E in 1962.  Transfer dates to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				MSNs did not run in sequence
				6268	(MSN 23799) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Transferred to USAF 
					11Aug65. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 2nd Air Division, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, 
					South Vietnam Aug65; attached to 6250th Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Pleiku. 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 8Nov65. The FAC was 
					supporting the Marines when he collided with a US Marine Corps helicopter, UH-34D BuNo 149349 [HMM-362] 
					near Khe Sanh, South Vietnam and crashed near a hill called the Rockpile 23Jul66 [1MIA].
				6269	(MSN 23818) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Military Assistance 
					Program (MAP). To Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) 15Apr65 for use by the Canadian Army as 16734. 
					Canadian Joint Air Training Centre, Rivers Camp, Manitoba. Bristol Aerospace, Winnipeg, 
					Manitoba 10Jan66 to 17May66 for repainting, and prototyping of modifications. AOP Flight, 
					2nd Regiment, Royal Canadian Horse Artillery in Germany 27Jun66. 1st Royal Canadian Horse 
					Artillery, 4th Canadian Infantry Brigade Group, Germany 27Oct66. Reserialled 11Jun70 as Canadian 
					Armed Forces 119734; redesignated as CO-119. Based at CFB Lahr, West Germany by Sep70. SOC 28Nov72. 
					Registration C-FTGW assigned Dec72; not taken up. NATO as SLN-800. 800 "Black Forest" Squadron, 
					Lahr, West Germany 1972. Royal Canadian Air Cadets Dec75 as C-GBBD. Based at Baden, West Germany 
					supporting Air Cadet Squadrons at Canadian Forces bases in West Germany. Registered 4Jul88 to 
					Air Cadet League in Nova Scotia. Used for glider towing based at CFB Greenwood, NS. Current [Apr19].
				6270	(MSN 23821) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Transferred to USAF 
					16Aug65. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 2nd Air Division, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, 
					South Vietnam Aug65; attached to 6250th Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Pleiku. 
					505th Tactical Control Group, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam 8Nov65. 20th Tactical 
					Air Support Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical Control Group, Da Nang, South Vietnam Jan66; attached 
					to 6250th Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional 1Sep66; attached to 6253rd Tactical Air Support 
					Group, Provisional, 9Sep66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, Da Nang 8Dec66. Accident Jul67, South Vietnam.
				6271/6277 	(MSN 23943/23949)
				6271	(MSN 23943) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Transferred to 
					USAF 31Jul65. 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron, 2nd Air Division, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, 
					South Vietnam 31Jul65; attached to 6250th Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Pleiku 1Aug65. 
					The FAC was flying a visual reconnaissance mission over Quang Tri Province when he and his observer 
					failed to return 27Aug65 [2KIA]. A search found the crash site and the bodies were recovered.
				6272	(MSN 23944) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Returned to Cessna, Wichita, KS for modifications. 
					183rd Aviation Company, Fort Hood, TX; ferried to Fort Hood Mar66. Ferried to Sharpe Army Depot, 
					Lathrop, CA May66. Dismantled and shipped from Alameda, CA to South Vietnam May66. Assembled and 
					ferried to Dong Ba Thin Jul66. 183rd Reconnaissance Airplane Company (RAC), Seahorse, Dong Ba Thin, 
					Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam Jul66 to Oct66. Crashed after engine failure South Vietnam 24Oct66 
					killing the observer [1KIA]. Last US Army report 15Nov66.
				6273	(MSN 23945) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Dec64. Transferred to USAF. 
					19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS), 505th Tactical Control Group, Bien Hoa Feb66; 
					attached to 6253rd Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, 9Sep66. 504th Tactical Air Support Group, 
					Bien Hoa 8Dec66. SOC 23Jun69 at Bien Hoa, South Vietnam. Military Assistance Program (MAP). 
					South Vietnam Air Force Jun69 as 57-6273. 116th Liaison Squadron, 74th Tactical Wing, 4th Air Division, 
					Binh Thuy. Damaged by rotor wash from nearby helicopters on landing at Ca Mau, South Vietnam 1Nov71.
				6274	(MSN 23946) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Transferred to USAF 30Jul65. 21st Tactical 
					Air Support Squadron, 2nd Air Division, Pleiku, Gia Lai Province, South Vietnam Aug65; attached 
					to 6250th Tactical Air Support Group, Provisional, Pleiku. The aircraft was taking off from Nha Trang 
					when some ordnance fell off the aircraft causing it to crash 13Aug65 [2KIA]. SOC 15Aug65.
				6275	(MSN 23947) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Oct66. Transferred to USAF. 
					1st Special Operations Wing, Eglin AFB, FL. MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ for storage 4Jun71; 
					SOC 28Dec71. Military Assistance Program (MAP). To Royal Thai Air Force.
				6276	(MSN 23948) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Military Assistance Program (MAP).
				6277	(MSN 23949) Accepted by USAF. Delivered to US Army. Last US Army report 15Nov66.
57-6278			Stinson L-5G-VW Sentinel  
				For USAF Academy as glider tug.  Redesignated U-19B in 1962
57-6279/6288		Cancelled contract
57-6289/6294		Fairchild C-123B-22-FA Provider
				MSN 20299/20304.  Dispositions to MASDC from AMARCexperience.com
				6289 (MSN 20299) converted to C-123K.  Was ex "Ranch Hand".  To MASDC May 21, 1970, returned
					to service.  To VNAF, later to Royal Thai AF as L4k-8/16, preserved on Highway 3 at Bang Wua, Bangkok,
					Thailand in 2001.
				6290 (MSN 20300)to Air America as 290 Jun 12, 1974 but NTU and retained by USAF.  Converted to C-123K.  To VNAF
					Jul 11, 1971, later to Philippine AF.  WFU Jan 1979
				6291 (MSN 20301) Ca.1958: TOS USAF.  By 1964: 12th Special Operations Squadron, South Vietnam.  
					Unknown date: 315th Special Operations Wing, South Vietnam.  Flew Operation Ranch Hand missions. 
					Ca.1967: Converted to C-123K.  Unknown date: 315th Tactical Airlift Wing, Phan Rang AB, Vietnam. 
					5/15/70: MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. 
					6/21/71: Returned to service USAF. Sent to Hughes Aircraft, Napier Field, Dothan, AL for conversion to UC-123K. 
					1971: 355th Tactical Airlift Squadron, 906th Tactical Airlift Group, 302nd Tactical Airlift Wing (AFRES), 
					Lockbourne (later Rickenbacker) AFB, OH. 
					Crashed on takeoff from Henry Post AAF, OK while with 355 TAS/AFRES Oct 16, 1980.  5 fatalities
				6292 (MSN 20302) destroyed in ground collision with SVNAF A-1H Mar 28, 1965.
				6293 (MSN 20303) to Air America as 293 Mar 24, 1966.  Converted to C-123K in 1968.  Crashed 81 km west of Luang
					Prabang, Laos Dec 27, 1971. 4 killed.
				6294 converted to C-123K.  To MASDC Sep 12, 1970.  To Air America as ST-4 May 1974.  Shot
					down by SA-7 over SVN Jul 27, 1974, while returning to Saigon. 5 killed.
57-6295/6307		Lockheed X-7A 
				ramjet test vehicle
57-6308/6337		Lockheed T-33A-5-LO
				KAC1161/1190.  Assembled in Japan
				6322 (MSN KAC1175) To Japan Air Self-Defense Force as 81-5395 and preserved in 2004 
					in Kazuma Prefectural city park. 
				6326 (MSN KAC1179) noted as 91-5399 WFU at Misawa Air Base, Japan in Nov 2007.
57-6338/6457		North American F-86F-40-NA Sabre
				MSN 256-1/120.  Assembled by Mitsubishi from NAA-built components 
					and operated by JASDF as 92-7881/7940, 02-7941/7991,12-7992/7999 and 12-7000.
				6342 to JASDF as 92-7885.  Preserved at Hyakuri AB, Japan
				6345 to JASDF as 92-7888.  Preserved at Oita, Japan
				6346 (MSN 256-8) to JASDF as 92-7889.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 576346.  
					W/o at China Lake, CA Mar 20, 1984.
				6352 (MSN 256-14) to JASDF as 92-7895.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 576362
				6362 to JASDF as 92-7905.  Preserved at Tosu, Japan
				6363 (MSN 256-25) to JASDF as 92-7906.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 576363
				6370 to JASDF as 92-7913.  Preserved at Oyama, Japan
				6373 to JASDF as 92-7916.  Preserved at Nyutabaru, Japan
				6376 to JASDF as 92-7919. Preserved at Hamamatsu AB, Japan
				6379 to JASDF as 92-7922.  Preserved at Beppu, Japan
				6384 (MSN 256-46) to JASDF as 92-7927.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 576384
				6386 to JASDF as 92-7929.  Preserved at Hamamatsui/Kita AB, Japan
				6388 9MSN 256-50) to JASDF as 92-7931.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 576388
				6389 to JASDF as 92-7932.  Crashed after midair collision with All Nippon Airways Boeing 727
					JA8329 when plane hit the horizontal stabilizator of the 727 over Shizukuishi, Japan
					Jul 30, 1972.  Pilot ejected safely but all 162 people on the 727 were killed.
				6395 to JASDF as 92-7938.  Preserved at Tsuki AB, Japan
				6400 to JASDF as 02-7943.  Crashed during training flight in Japan Jul 4, 1961. Pilot ejected with injuries.
				6403 to JASDF as 02-7946.  Preserved at Namerikawa, Japan
				6404 (MSN 256-66) to JASDF as 02-7947.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 546404
				6408 to JASDF as 02-7951.  Preserved at Kanko Center, Yahatahama, Japan
				6412 to JASDF as 02-7955.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy
				6413 to JASDF as 02-7956.  Preserved at Himeji, Japan
				6414 (MSN 256-76) to JASDF as 02-7957.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 576414
				6416 to JASDF as 02-7959.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F
				6417 to JASDF as 02-7960.  Preserved at JASDF Museum, Hamamatsu AB, Japan
				6420 to JASDF as 02-7963.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy
				6422 to JASDF as 02-7965.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy
				6423 to JASDF as 02-7966.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy.  On display
					at Air Self-Defence Museum Hamamatsu Japan
				6424 (MSN 256-86) to JASDF as 02-7967.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 576424
				6425 (MSN 256-87) to JASDF as 02-7968.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 576425
				6427 (MSN 256-90) to JASDF as 02-2970.  Preserved in Harada Airpark Oct 2009
				6433 (MSN 256-95) to JASDF as 02-7976.  Crashed during aerobatic training in Japan Jul 21, 1961.
				6435 (MSN 256-97) to JASDF as 02-7978.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 576435
				6436 (MSN 256-98) to JASDF as 02-7979.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 576436
				6438 (MSN 256-100) to JASDF as 02-7981.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 576438
				6440 (MSN 256-102) to JASDF as 02-7983.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 576440
				6442 (MSN 256-104) to JASDF as 02-7985.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 576442
				6444 (MSN 256-106) to JASDF as 02-7987.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 576444
				6445 (MSN 256-107) to JASDF as 02-7988.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 576445.   W/o at China Lake, CA Apr 24, 1985.
				6447 (MSN 256-109) to JASDF as 02-7990.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 576447
				6449 (MSN 256-111) to JASDF as 12-7992.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 576449
				6450 (MSN 256-112) to JASDF as 12-7993.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy as 576450
				6453 to JASDF as 12-7996.  On display outside Old Car Center, Naraha-Machi, Japan
				6457 to JASDF as 12-7000.  Returned to USAF, converted to QF-86F for US Navy
57-6458/6462		Cancelled contract
57-6463/6467		Grumman YAO-1A Mohawk
				Model G-134.  Redesignated YOV-1A in 1962.
				6463 first flight Apr 14, 1959.  Crashed Peconic River, NY Jul 6, 1962
				6467 crashed Aug 3, 1967, Franklin, VA
57-6468/6475		Boeing B-52G-75-BW Stratofortress
				MSN 464173/464180.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				6468 (MSN 464173) This aircraft was the first B-52G built and first B-52G to be delivered to the USAF.  
					It rolled out of the factory in July 1958 and was taken on strength ca.January 1959.
					Feb 13, 1959:  Assigned to the 5th Bombardment Wing at Travis AFB, CA.  
					By 1966:  20th Bombardment Squadron, 2nd Bombardment Wing at Barksdale AFB, LA. The plane 
					deployed for combat in Vietnam in 1966, 1967, and from May 1972 to October 1973. 
					By 1985:  42nd Bombardment Wing at Loring AFB, ME. 
					Mar 3, 1989:   320th Bombardment Wing at Mather AFB, CA. named "Eldership" with 320th BW in Mar 1989.  
					Retired from service with 320th BW Jul 10, 1989 and then moved to Offutt AFB, NE. Was on display 
					at SAC Museum, Offut AFB, Nebraska.  In 2012 was on pylons at entrance to Offutt AFB, in the 
					Zorinsky Memorial Air Park.
				6469 (MSN 464174) named "City of Sacramento" with 320th BW in May 1989.  Used as GB-52G ground instruction 
					aircraft at Sheppard AFB.  Scrapped on the alert pad 1993/94
				6470 used as experimental test machine under
					JB-52G designation.  To AMARC Oct 23, 1990 as BC0356
				6471 (MSN 464176) Taken on strength ca.1959.  Served as the testbed for the Pratt & Whitney TF-33 turbofan 
					engines used on the B-52H. After the evaluation trials were complete, she was restored to her G 
					configuration. Assigned to 2nd BW at Barksdale AFB, LA.  named "Wolfess 2" with 2nd BW in Apr 1989.  
					Named “Tantalising Take Off” with 2nd Wing in November 1991.  To AMARC as BC405 Jul 29, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				6472 to AMARC as BC401 Jul 8, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				6473 used as experimental test machine under
					JB-52G designation.  To AMARC as BC439 Feb 25, 1993.  Still
					at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				6474 (MSN 464179) named "Lone Wolf" with 379th BW in 1989.   To AMARC as BC0389 10/15/1991.  Scrapped at AMARC Apr 1996.
				6475 (2nd BW, 596th BS, "Miami Clipper II") under code name "Secret Squirrel" was one
					of seven B-52Gs that made return flight from Barksdale
					AFB, LA to fire 39 AGM-86C cruise missiles on the first
					night (Jan 16/17, 1991) of Desert Storm.  To AMARC as BC0378 8/20/91
57-6476/6485		Boeing B-52G-80-BW Stratofortress
				MSN 464181/464190
				6476 to AMARC as BC0451 11/2/93. 
				6477 used as experimental test machine under
					JB-52G designation. To AMARC 9/21/90 as BC353.
					Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008.
				6478 to AMARC as BC0334 Jul 27, 1989
				6479 flew into mesa Oct 16, 1984 during
					low-level mission at Kayenta, AZ.  5 out of 6
					ejector seats worked.  Gunner's turret did not
					stow and his legs were severed.  Commander was on
					board and did not survive.
				6480 to AMARC as BC406 8/5/92.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				6481 (72nd SW(P)) hit by SA-2 SAM over North
					Vietnam Dec 20, 1972 during Linebacker II.
					Crashed in Thailand, all crew safely ejected.
				6482 w/o Dec 16, 1982 at Mather AFB.  During simulated Minimum Interval
					Take Off, the plane gained too much speed and threatened to collide
					with the B-52 it was following.  Pilot pulled back on the throttles
					too much, causing the water injection to shut down the engines, and the
					ensuing loss of power caused the crash.  EWO ejected but landed in
					the fireball.  All nine crew were killed.
				6483 to AMARC as BC383 9/19/91.  Scrapped Apr 29, 1997
				6484 to AMARC as BC333 7/6/89
				6485 to AMARC as BC361 12/20/90.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
57-6486/6499		Boeing B-52G-85-BW Stratofortress
				MSN 464191/464204
				6486 to AMARC as BC377 8/15/91.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				6487 to AMARC as BC368 5/9/91
				6488 to AMARC as BC443 7/29/93.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				6489 to AMARC as BC343 3/20/90
				6490 to AMARC as BC433 12/1/92.  Scrapped by 1999 but reported still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				6491 to AMARC as BC350 8/9/90.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				6492 (MSN 464197) named "Old Crow Express" with 524th BS, 379th Wing in Jun 1992.  
					To AMARC as BC437 12/15/92.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				6493 crashed Sept 3, 1975 near Aiken, S.C.  Fuel leak in starboard outer wing
					with aircraft rolling inverted due to loss of control.
				6494 crashed July 5, 1967 on takeoff from Ramey AFB.  Life raft inflated, causing control loss.
				6495 to AMARC as BC411 8/26/92.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				6496 (72nd SW) shot down by SA-2 SAM Dec 20, 1972 during Linebacker II.  Two crew KIA, four ejected and
					became POWs.
				6497 to AMARC as BC460 1/20/94
				6498 (MSN 464203) Named "Invisible Stalker" with 416th BW in Sep 1988.
					Named “Ace in the Hole” with 2nd Wing in March 1992 and ten Desert Storm mission symbols.
					Named "Invisible Stalker" with 416th BW in Sep 1988.
					To AMARC as BC426 Nov 3, 1992
				6499 to AMARC as BC349 8/7/90
57-6500/6520		Boeing B-52G-90-BW Stratofortress
				MSN 464205/464225
				6500 to AMARC as BC331 5/11/89.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008.  Scrapped at AMARC Nov 2013
				6501 Named “Ragin’ Red” with 668th BMS at Griffiss AFB, Rome, New York in 1991. 
					Carried 15 Desert Storm bomb mission markings on the nose. To AMARC as BC386 10/3/91.  Scrapped
				6502 (MSN 464207) named "Big Hog" with 320th BW in Mar 1989.  To AMARC as BC340 2/15/90
				6503 (MSN 464208) named "The Grim Reaper" with 2nd BW in Apr 1988.  Named "Superstitious 
					Alonysius" with 97th Wing in Sep 1991.  To AMARC as BC410 Aug 19, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				6504 to AMARC as BC372 7/2/91. Scrapped at AMARC Jun 18, 2001.
				6505 to AMARC as BC350 8/27/90.  Scrapped at AMARC Jan 18, 2001
				6506 to AMARC as BC342 3/8/90
				6507 exploded during ground maintenance at Grand Forks AFB
					Jan 26, 1983 due to overheated fuel pump.  5 maintenance
					technicians killed.
				6508 (MSN 464213) named "Outhouse Mouse II" with 2nd Wing in May 1992.  To AMARC as BC404 7/22/92.  
					Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				6509 (MSN 464214) on display at Eighth AF Museum, Barksdale AFB, Louisiana, named "Nine O Nine II" in 1993
				6510 to AMARC as BC354 10/11/90.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				6511 to AMARC as BC418 10/6/92.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				6512 to AMARC as BC365 4/25/91.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008.  Scrapped at AMARC Nov 2013
				6513 to AMARC as BC335 8/7/89
				6514 to AMARC as BC355 10/18/90.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				6515 to AMARC as BC416 9/30/92.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				6516 (MSN 464221) named "Ultimate Warrior" with 416th BW in Jun 1994.
					To AMARC as BC387 10/8/91.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				6517 to AMARC as BC347 7/13/90
				6518 to AMARC as BC364 4/23/91.  Scrapped at AMARC Jan 18, 2001
				6519 to AMARC as BC359 12/11/90.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008.  Scrapped at AMARC May 2013.
				6520 to AMARC as BC463 1/27/94.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008.  Scrapped at AMARC Jun 2013
57-6521			Hiller H-23C-UH Raven  
				MDAP for the Netherlands AF as ser no O-36 May 1965.  Preserved at
					Soesterberg, Netherlands
57-6522/6525		de Havilland Canada L-20A-DH Beaver
				Redesignated U-6A in 1962.
				6522 (MSN 1200/1780)
				6524 (MSN 1212/1788)
				6525 (MSN 1221/1795) MAP transfer to Austrian AF as 3B-GF Jun 27, 1961.  To N39303 Jun 1983.
57-6526/6530		Cancelled contract
57-6531			Aero Commander NL-26D-AD 
				MSN 680-371-56, previously N6856S, used by University of Illinois 
					to flight test Motorola APS-85 SLAR.  To US Army in 1957.  
					Redesignated NU-9D in 1962.  Destroyed in accident near
					Easton, PA Feb 6, 1969
57-6532/6536		Goodyear YAO-3-GO Inflatoplane
				6532 on display at Ft. Rucker, AL.
57-6537			Goodyear YAO-2-GO Inflatoplane
57-6538/6541		Grumman YAO-1A Mohawk
				Originally ordered by US Marines as BuNo 147266/147269, but ordder cancelled and transferred
					to US Army.  Redesignated YOV-1A in 1962.
				6538 converted to JOV-1A
				6539 on display at Ft. Rucker, AL.
				6540 converted to JOV-1A
57-6542/6551		Ryan XQ-2C Firebee
				Later redesignated XMQM-34C
				6542 established a record of 25 flights at Holloman Air Force Base, N.M., 
					from 1958 to 1960. It was obtained from Ryan in May 1960. To National Museum of USAF in 1963
57-6552/6716		Cancelled contract for Republic RF-84F Thunderflash for West Germany

* Data on transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com