1959 USAF Serial Numbers


Last revised November 15, 2016


59-0001/0030		Convair F-106A-105-CO Delta Dart
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				0001 (MSN 8-24-130) crashed 12 mi W of Minot AFB, North Dakota Oct 12, 1966
				0002 (MSN 8-24-131) to MASDC as FN075 Apr 3, 1985.  To QF-106 (AD113).  Shot down by AIM-7M Mar 27, 1992
				0003 (MSN 8-14-132) to MASDC as FN070 Jan 24, 1985.  Now on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Arizona.
				0004 crashed S of McChord AFB, Washington Jun 24, 1980.
				0005 (MSN 8-24-134) to MASDC as FN068 Jan 21, 1985.  To QF-106 (AD238).  Shot down by AIM-120 Jun 8, 1995.
				0006 (MSN 8-24-135) to MASDC as FN082 Apr 5, 1985.  To QF-106 (AD110).  Shot down by AIM-120, Sept 9, 1991.
				0007 (MSN 8-24-136) to AMARC as FN181 Apr 15, 1988.  To QF-106 (AD215).  Shot down by cannon fire, Sept 5, 1997.
				0008 (MSN 8-24-137) Assigned to 159th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 125th Fighter Interceptor Group, Florida Air National Guard Jul74 to 12Dec86
					To AMARC as FN123 Mar 18, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD167).  Shot down by AIM-120, Nov 5, 1996.
				0009 crashed 13 NM SSE of Apalachicola, Florida Feb 13, 1979
				0010 (MSN 8-24-139) to MASDC as FN069 Jan 22, 1985.  To QF-106 (AD246).  Bailed from target drone inventory and
					sent to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center as backup test vehicle for reusable tow-launch 
					vehicle in 1996.  Back at AMARC in May 12, 1998 as NE0001.  Arrived by truck May 4, 2005
					at Aerospace Museum of California, McClellan, California.
				0011 (MSN 8-24-140) to AMARC as FN111 Jan 22, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD159).  Command destroyed after landing
					gear malfunction Sept 19, 1996.
				0012 (MSN 8-24-141) to MASDC Apr 3, 1985 (FN0077).  To Barry Goldwater Bombing Range Nov 3, 2003
				0013 crashed near Minot AFB, North Dakota Oct 3, 1963
				0014 crashed into Lake Sakakawea, North Dakota Mar 10, 1969 while on 
					training mission out of Minot AFB.  Pilot ejected safely.  Wreckage found
					in 35 feet of water September 2004.
				0015 (MSN 8-24-144) to MASDC as FN076 Apr 3, 1985.  To QF-106 (AD115).  Crashed on takeoff Mar 5, 1992.
				0016 (MSN 8-24-145) to MASDC as FN066 Jan 15, 1985.  To QF-106 (AD244).  Shot down by AIM-120 Nov 21, 1997.
				0017 crashed near Flasher, North Dakota Dec 19, 1963.  Lost power, electrics, and hydraulics.  Pilot unable to eject.
				0018 crashed 4 NM S of Alamo, North Dakota after mid-air collision with 59-030 Sept 16, 1974.
				0019 crashed near Davis Monthan AFB, Arizona Dec 2, 1976
				0020 (MSN 8-24-149) Assigned to 159th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 125th Fighter Interceptor Group, Florida Air National Guard 15Oct83 to 3Mar87
					To AMARC as FN119 Mar 3, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD172).  Shot down by AIM-120 Aug 15, 1995.
				0021 crashed near Holland Patent, New York May 15, 1973 after lightning strike.
				0022 crashed 8 mi SE of Raymond, Washington Oct 3, 1967.
				0023 (MSN 8-24-152) accepted by USAF Jan 29, 1960, assigned to Air Material Command Feb 3, 1960 delivered 
					to USAF.  Assigned as combat aircraft Feb 4, 1960 , 319 Fight Interceptor Squadron, Bunker Hill AFB MA (ADC)
					Assigned Mar 6, 1960 for depot work to Sacramento Air Material Area, McClellan AFB CA
					Assigned Mar 10, 1960 as combat aircraft , 319 Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Bunker Hill AFB MA (ADC)
					Assigned Feb 29, 1964 as combat aircraft, 32 Fighter Interceptor Squadron, George AFB CA (ADC)
					Assigned Dec 7, 1964 as combat aircraft, 329 Fighter Interceptor Squadron, George AFB (ADC)
					Assigned May 31, 1967 as combat aircraft, 27 Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Loring AFB ME (ADC)
					Temporarily assigned Mar 6, 1968 as combat aircraft, Air Defense Weapons Center, Tyndall AFB FL (ADC)
					Assigned May 22, 1968 as combat aircraft, 27 Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Loring AFB ME (ADC)
					Assigned Jul 17, 1971 as combat aircraft, 83 Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Loring AFB ME (ADC)
					Assigned Apr 17, 1972 as combat aircraft, 95 Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Dover AFB DE (ADC)
					Assigned Dec 6, 1972 for depot work, 4661 Material Squadron, Hamilton AFB CA (ADC)
					Assigned Mar 15, 1973 as combat aircraft, 119th FIS/ 177 Fighter Interceptor Wing, Atlantic City 
						ANGB NH (Air National Guard)
					Assigned May 22, 1978 as inactive (XS), Military Aircraft Storage Center, Davis-Monthan AFB AZ, Logistics Command
					To AMARC as FN185 Jul 11, 1988.  Oct 20, 1992 	To AEL Inc., East Alton IL for drone conversion to QF-106 (AD218).  
					To Holloman AFB NM Jan 13, 1993 then Tyndall AFB FL as QF-106A drone s/n AD218
					Sent to Air Mobility Command Museum at Dover AFB, Delaware Feb 20, 1998 for display.
				0024 (MSN 8-24-153) to AMARC as FN155 Jul 2, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD182).  Shot down by AIM-120 Nov 10, 1993.
				0025 (MSN 8-24-154) to MASDC as FN072 Apr 1, 1985.  To QF-106 (AD233).  Crashed on landing Feb 8, 1994.
				0026 (MSN 8-24-155) to MASDC as FN039 Mar 15, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD139).  Shot down by AIM-7M Sept 7, 1993.
				0027 (MSN 8-24-156) to AMARC as FN180 Apr 14, 1988.  To QF-106 (AD183).  Crashed on takeoff Dec 7, 1994.
				0028 crashed 15 KM NNE of Childwood, New York Mar 19, 1974.
				0029 crashed near Bunker Hill AFB, Indiana Jul 29, 1961
				0030 destroyed in in drash 4 NM S of Alamo, North Dakota after mid-air collision with 59-018 Sept 16, 1974.
59-0031/0059		Convair F-106A-110-CO Delta Dart
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				0031 (MSN 8-24-160) to AMARC as FN186 Jul 11, 1988.  To QF-106 (AD221).  Shot down by AIM-7M Jan 17, 1996.
				0032 (MSN 8-24-161) to MASDC as FN088 May 13, 1985.  To QF-106 (AD231).  Expended Oct 11, 1994.
				0033 (MSN 8-24-162) to AMARC as FN187 Jul 11, 1988.  To QF-106 (AD220).  Shot down by AIM-120 Sept 19, 1994.
				0034 (MSN 8-24-163) to AMARC as FN191 Jul 20, 1988.  To QF-106 (AD223).  Shot down by Stinger Nov 8, 1996.
				0035 (MSN 8-24-164) to MASDC as FN095 Jul 25, 1985.  To QF-106 (AD124).  Shot down by AIM-7M Sept 1, 1992.
				0036 crashed 4 NM E of Glen, New Hampshire Jun 9, 1970.
				0037 (MSN 8-24-166) to AMARC as FN182 May 11, 1988.  To QF-106 (AD243).  Shot down by AIM-120 Dec 17, 1993.
				0038 to AMARC as FN150.  To QF-106 (AD171).  Shot down by AIM-120 Dec 10, 1993.
				0039 crashed 2 mi NW of Van Buren, Maine Oct 8, 1963.  Pilot unable to eject, but survived and was rescued.
				0040 (MSN 8-24-169) to AMARC as FN192 Jul 21, 1988.  To QF-106 (AD225).  Shot down by AIM-120 Feb 29, 1997.
				0041 crashed on takeoff from Loring AFB, Maine Sept 7, 1965 and burned out.
				0042 (MSN 8-24-171) to MASDC as FN018 Oct 20, 1983.  To QF-106 (AD122).  Shot down by AIM-9M Sept 15, 1992.
				0043 (MSN 8-24-172) to AMARC as FN194 Aug 1, 1988.  To QF-106 AD227.  Back to AMARC Apr 4, 1998 as FN0207.
					Still on AMARC inventory Dec 22, 2008.  Left AMARC in 2014 for display at Dakota Territory Air Museum 
					in Minot, North Dakota
				0044 (MSN 8-24-173) to AMARC as FN184 Jul 8, 1988.  To QF-106 (AD226).  Crashed on landing Sept 27, 1994.
				0045 crashed Jun 7, 1961 due to engine fire on take-off during afterburner light.
				0046 (MSN 8-24-175) to AMARC as FN193 Aug 1, 1988.  To QF-106 (AD224).  Shot down by Stinger missile Oct 10, 1996.
				0047 (MSN 8-24-176) to AMARC as FN188 Jul 11, 1988.  To QF-106 (AD219) in Mar 1993.  
					Written off Feb 23, 1998 due to cracked wing spar.  Purchased by private individual in Apr 2000 and moved to
					El Paso, TX for restoration.  Noted Apr 2015 at Bissell Auto and Body Yard at St Louis, Missouri.
				0048 (MSN 8-24-177) to AMARC as FN183 May 11, 1988.  To QF-106 (AD217).  Crashed on landing Nov 5, 1996 during
					unmanned flight
				0049 (MSN 8-24-178) to AMARC as FN190 Jul 20, 1988.  To QF-106 (AD222).  Shot down by AIM-120 Apr 18, 1995.
				0050 crashed on landing at McChord AFB, California Apr 8, 1964.
				0051 (MSN 8-24-180) to MASDC as FN098 Aug 22, 1985.  To QF-106 (AD255).  Shot down by AIM-9M Jan 28, 
					1998.  Last QF-106 mission.
				0052 crashed in ocean 6 NM ESE of Homestead, Florida Dec 11, 1973.
				0053 (MSN 8-24-182) to MASDC as FN014 Aug 10, 1983.  To QF-106 (AD173).  Shot down by AIM-7M May 18, 1994.
				0054 (MSN 8-14-183) damaged in midair collision at Red-Flag with A-7D 71-0331 Jul 25, 1978 and landed safely.
					To MASDC as FN016 Oct 7, 1983.  To QF-106 (AD201).  Shot down by AIM-120 Feb 14, 1996
				0055 crashed on landing at Elmendorf, Alaska and destroyed by fire Nov 30, 1965
				0056 (MSN 8-24-185) to AMARC as FN126 Apr 1, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD164).  Shot down by AIM-120 Jul 7, 1993.
				0057 (MSN 8-24-186) to MASDC as FN011 Jun 2, 1983.  To QF-106 (AD176).  Shot down by AIM-120 Apr 9,  1996.
				0058 (MSN 8-24-187) to MASDC as FN012 Jul 5, 1983.  To QF-106 (AD184).  Ran off runway Jul 20, 1995.
					Dumped into the Gulf of Mexico off Panama City in 100 feet of water to form a fishing reef.
				0059 (MSN 8-24-188) to MASDC as FN022 Dec 5, 1983.  To QF-106 (AD105).  Crashed Jul 6, 1990.
59-0060/0086		Convair F-106A-120-CO Delta Dart
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				0060 (MSN 8-24-189) Assigned to 159th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 125th Fighter Interceptor Group, Florida Air National Guard 24Aug74 to 22Jan87.
					To AMARC as FN199 Jul 27. 1990.  To QF-106 (AD127).  Shot down by AIM-120 Jun 16, 1996.
				0061 (MSN 8-24-190) to AMARC as FN200 Jul 6, 1990.  To QF-106 (AD156).  Shot down by AIM-9M Sept 3, 1993.
				0062 (MSN 8-24-191) to AMARC as FN158 Jul 9, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD168).  Shot down by AIM-120 Nov 12, 1993.
				0063 (MSN 8-24-192) to MASDC as FN081 Apr 4, 1985.  To QF-106 (AD118).  Shot down by AIM-120 Feb 12, 1993.
				0064 (MSN 8-24-193) Assigned to 159th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 125th Fighter Interceptor Group, Florida Air National Guard Jul74 to 29Dec86
					To AMARC as FN105 Dec 29, 1986.  To QF-106 (AD155).  Shot down by AIM-120 Jun 16, 1993.
				0065 (MSN 8-24-194) to MASDC as FN003 Feb 25, 1982.  To Barry Goldwater Bombing Range, Gila Bend, Arizona Nov 18, 2003
				0066 (MSN 8-24-195) to MASDC as FN101 Sep 4, 1985.  To QF-106 (AD187).  Shot down by AIM-120 Sept 22, 1995.
				0067 crashed 50 NM WNW of Plattsburg AFB, New York Feb 20, 1973
				0068 (438th FIS) destroyed by fire when crashed during landing at Kincheloe AFB, Michigan Sept 13, 1967 when
					a stuck throttle was encountered.
				0069 formerly on display at Griffis AFB, NY.  Now on display at Montana ANG, Great Falls IAP,
					Montana.  Formerly painted as 57-2463 on right hand side,
					as 57-2492 on left hand side.  Now painted as 57-2492 on both sides.
				0070 (438th FIS) w/o Sept 22, 1961
				0071 (49th FIS) crashed near Annsville, New York Jun 4, 1981
				0072 (MSN 8-24-201) to MASDC as FN094 Jul 18, 1985.  To QF-106 (AD123).  Expended May 4, 1994.
				0073 (438th FIS) crashed short of overrun during landing at Kincheloe AFB, Michigan Nov 9, 1960
				0074 (MSN 8-24-203) to AMARC as FN109 Jan 20, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD133).  Shot down by AIM-7M Sept 2, 1993.
				0075 crashed near Parishville, New York Aug 22, 1975
				0076 (MSN 8-24-205) to MASDC as FN009 May 25, 1983.  To QF-106 (AD169).  Command destroyed after loss of
					control Nov 2, 1993
				0077 (MSN 8-24-206) to AMARC as FN108 Jan 6, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD140).  Shot down by AIM-7M July 2, 1993
				0078 (49th FIS) crashed Oct 27, 1978, New York.  Pilot ejected safely.
				0079 (MSN 8-24-208) to MASDC as FN013 Jul 7, 1983.  Scheduled Jan 11, 2005 for display at KI Sawyer, but 
					56-0461 was selected instead.  To HVF West, Tucson, Arizona Dec 8, 2005, and scrapped.
				0080 (MSN 8-24-209) to MASDC as FN027 Dec 28, 1983.  To QF-106 (AD126).  Shot down by AIM-9M Nov 8, 1991
				0081 (MSN 8-24-210) to AMARC as FN156 Jul 2,1987.  To QF-106 (AD177).  Shot down by AIM-120 May 17, 1994
				0082 (MSN 8-24-211) to MASDC as FN029 Jan 16, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD128).  Shot down by AIM-9M May 15, 1992
				0083 (MSN 8-24-212) to MASDC as FN035 Feb 8, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD143).  Shot down by AIM-120 May 18, 1993
				0084 crashed 10 NM E of Louville, New York Apr 25, 1973.
				0085 (MSN 8-24-214) to MASDC as FN026 Dec 21, 1983.  to QF-106 (AD130).  Shot down by AIM-120 May 26, 1994
				0086 (MSN 8-24-215) to MASDC as FN100 Sept 4, 1985.  To Pacific Coast Air Museum, Santa Rosa, California Aug 12, 2003
59-0087/0111		Convair F-106A-125-CO Delta Dart
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				0087 crashed near Glenbuen, North Dakota Oct 11, 1961
				0088 crashed 4 NM S of Watton, Michigan Oct 5, 1972
				0089 crashed on takeoff 3.8 nm NW of Hamilton AFB, California Nov 26, 1972.  Pilot killed.
				0090 (MSN 8-24-219) to MASDC as FN067 Jan 15, 1985.  To QF-106 (AD254).  Shot down by AIM-7M Dec 3, 1987
				0091 (MSN 8-24-220) to MASDC as FN010 May 31, 1983.  To QF-106 (AD181).  Shot down by AIM-7M Jul 15, 1994.
				0092 (MSN 8-24-221) to MASDC as FN033 Jan 23, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD112).  Shot down by AIM-7M Sept 22, 1992.
				0093 (MSN 8-24-222) to MASDC as FN073 Apr 1, 1985.  To QF-106 (AD237).  Shot down by AIM-120 Jun 5, 1996.
				0094 (MSN 8-24-223) to MASDC as FN083 Apr 16, 1985.  To QF-106 (AD236).  Shot down by AIM-120 Sept 19, 1996.
				0095 (MSN 8-24-224) to MASDC as FN089 May 21, 1985.  Scrapped Nov 2003 
				0096 (MSN 8-24-225) to MASDC as FN005 Mar 10, 1983.  To QF-106 (AD160).  Shot down by AIM-120 May 20, 1994.
				0097 (MSN 8-24-226) to MASDC as FN092 Jun 17, 1985.  To QF-106 (AD216).  Shot down by AIM-9M Nov 19, 1996
				0098 crashed on takeoff from Duluth MAP, Minnesota Nov 19, 1962
				0099 (MSN 8-24-228) to MASDC as FN028 Jan 3, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD137).  Shot down by AIM-9M Apr 23, 1993.
				0100 (MSN 8-24-229) to AMARC as FN151 Jun 30, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD174).  Shot down by AIM-120 Jul 1, 1994.
				0101 crashed 20 NM SW of Baraga, Michigan
				0102 (MSN 8-24-231) to MASDC as FN085 Apr 16, 1985.  To QF-106 (AD245).  Shot down by AIM-120 Jul 2, 1997.
				0103 crashed at Tyndall AFB, Florida Nov 27, 1980.
				0104 (MSN 8-24-233) assigned to 159th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 125th Fighter Interceptor Group, Florida Air National Guard 15Apr77 to 3Mar87
					To AMARC as FN117 Mar 3, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD142).  Shot down by AIM-120 Nov 5, 1993.
				0105 (MSN 8-24-234) to MASDC as FN059 Oct 1, 1984.  to QF-106 (AD250).  Written off Feb 23, 1998 due to
					cracked wing spar.  Now on static display at Camp Blanding, Florida ANG, Starke, FL.
				0106 (MSN 8-24-235) to MASDC as FN058 May 22, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD241).  Shot down by AIM-120 Dec 20, 1996.
				0107 crashed Jan 2, 1963
				0108 (MSN 8-24-237) to MASDC as FN061 Oct 15, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD249).  Shot down by AIM-120 Dec 4, 1997.
				0109 (MSN 8-24-238) Assigned to 159th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 125th Fighter Interceptor Group, Florida Air National Guard 14Sep78 to 29Dec86.
					To AMARC as FN104 Dec 29, 1986.  To QF-106 (AD148).  Shot down by AIM-120 Feb 19, 1992.
				0110 (MSN 8-24-239) to AMARC as FN127 Apr 1, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD125).  Shot down by AIM-120 Feb 19, 1993.
				0111 crashed off Santa Barbara, California Oct 12, 1965
59-0112/0135		Convair F-106A-130-CO Delta Dart
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				0112 crashed off Wrightville Beach, North Carolina Oct 9, 1973
				0113 crashed at Langley AFB, Virginia Jan 28, 1964.  Cockpit section noted Mar 2004 at Southern Museum of 
					Flight, Birmingham, AL
				0114 crashed in Chesapeake Bay, Virginia Apr 4, 1963
				0115 (MSN 8-31-04) to MASDC Mar 5, 1982 (FN004).  To Barry Goldwater Bombing Range, Gila Bend, Arizona Nov 7, 2003
				0116 (MSN 8-31-05) to MASDC as FN001 Jan 12, 1982.  To Eglin AFB, FL May 1985 and tested to destruction.
				0117 crashed 5 km S of  McChord AFB, Washington Sept 3, 1963
				0118 crashed 6 NM NW of Port St John, Florida Jun 11, 1968
				0119 (MSN 8-31-08) to MASDC as FN006 Apr 28, 1983.  To QF-106 (AD106).  Shot down by AIM-120 Sept 13,
					1991.
				0120 (MSN 8-31-09, 329th FIS) crashed at George AFB, California Feb 14, 1961.  Pilot killed.
				0121 crashed Apr 24, 1969
				0122 (MSN 8-31-11) to MASDC as FN002 Jan 25, 1982.  To Holloman AFB, NM in Mar 1986 and tested to destruction.
				0123 assigned to 48th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, Langley AFB, VA.
					Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Mar 1983 to 1991 for parts.  
					Put on display at Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB, Georgia May 12, 2005
				0124 crashed Mar 9, 1964
				0125 (84th FIS) collided in midair with F-4 65-0653 near Nellis AFB and crashed Nov 7, 1971.  All 3 crew members ejected safely.
				0126 (MSN 8-31-15) Assigned to 159th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 125th Fighter Interceptor Group, Florida Air National Guard Jul74 to 3Mar87.
					To AMARC as FN121 Mar 3, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD158).  Broke up in flight Nov 13, 1996.
				0127 (MSN 8-31-16) to AMARC as FN103 Nov 19, 1986.  To QF-106 (AD131).  Shot down by AIM-9M Jun 25, 1992.
				0128 (MSN 8-31-17) to MASDC as FN036 Feb 10, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD144).  Crashed Apr 30, 1996.
				0129 (MSN 8-31-18) assigned to 159th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 125th Fighter Interceptor Group, Florida Air National Guard 12Aug74 to 3Mar87.
					To AMARC as FN118 Mar 3, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD162).  W/o due to ruptured T-tank
					Aug 30, 1994.  Dumped into the Gulf of Mexico off Panama City in 100 feet of water to form a fishing reef
				0130 (MSN 8-31-19) to MASDC as FN078 Apr 3, 1985.  Converted to QF-106 (AD152).  
					Bailed from target drone inventory and converted by NASA Dryden Flight 
					Research Center as test vehicle for reusable tow-launch vehicle
					in 1996.  Towed into air by NC-141 and released.
					To AMARC May 12, 1998 (AXNE0002).  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0131 crashed 50 NM W of Ukiah, California Oct 18, 1971
				0132 (MSN 8-31-21) to MASDC as FN031 Jan 17, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD135).  Shot down by Patriot missile Oct 21, 1992.
				0133 (MSN 8-31-22) to MASDC as FN064 Nov 5, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD252).  Crashed on takeoff Mar 8, 1994.
				0134 rendered unflyable after a ground fire and shipped to Lowry AFB, CO in May 1969 for use as
					munitions trainer.  Placed on on display at Lowry AFB, CO.  Moved to Peterson Air 
					and Space Museum, Colorado in Nov 1995.
				0135 (MSN 8-31-24) to AMARC as FN149 Jun 29, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD170).  Command destroyed after loss of
					control Aug 12, 1993
59-0136/0148		Convair F-106A-135-CO Delta Dart
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				0136 (MSN 8-31-25) to AMARC as FN157 Jul 2, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD178).  Crashed when pilot hit water Mar 30, 1993.
				0137 (MSN 8-31-26) to MASDC Oct 16, 1984 as FN062.  To Pacific Coast Air Museum Aug 12, 2003.  On display
					at Evergreen Aviation Museum, McMinnville, Oregon Jul 2009.
				0138 (MSN 8-32-27) Assigned to 159th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 125th Fighter Interceptor Group, Florida Air National Guard 1Jun77 to 3Mar87.
					To AMARC as FN120 Mar 3, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD157).  Crashed into water during maneuver Apr 11, 1995.
				0139 crashed at Duluth, Minnesota May 17, 1961
				0140 (MSN 8-31-29) Assigned to 159th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 125th Fighter Interceptor Group, Florida Air National Guard Jul74 to 12Dec86.
					To AMARC as FN112 Jan 22, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD145).  Shot down by AIM-120 Jun 11, 1992.
				0141 (MSN 8-31-30) to MASDC as FN020 Nov 2, 1983.  To QF-106 (AD134).  Shot down by Stinger Nov 6, 1992.
				0142 crashed after midair collision with EB-57C 53-3845 Aug 27, 1963 15 mi offshore due west of Destruction
					Island, Washington
				0143 (49th FIS) crashed Oct 24, 1984 in upstate New York just north of Saratoga Springs in the Adirondacks.
					Pilot ejected safely.  
				0144 crashed at McChord AFB, California May 29, 1978
				0145 on display at Tyndall Air Park, Florida.
				0146 on display at California ANG, Fresno Air Terminal, California.
				0147 (MSN 8-31-36) to MASDC Oct 17, 1983 (FN017).  To Barry Goldwater Bombing Range, Gila Bend, Arizona Nov 5, 2003
				0148 crashed 11 NM SSW of Eatonville, Washington Apr 22, 1969.
59-0149/0159		Convair F-106B-75-CO Delta Dart
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				0149 (MSN 8-32-01) to MASDC as FN197 Apr 2, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD261).  Shot down by AIM-120 Nov 6, 1997.
				0150 (MSN 8-32-02) to MASDC as FN030 Jan 17, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD278).  Shot down by AIM-9M Dec 4, 1997.
				0151 (MSN 8-32-03) to MASDC as FN008 Apr 28, 1983.  To QF-106 (AD266).  Shot down by AIM-120 Nov 25, 1997.
				0152 (MSN 8-32-04) to MASDC as FN087 May 6, 1985.  To QF-106 (AD101). Crashed after loss of control Jul 24, 1991.
				0153 (MSN 8-32-05) to AMARC as FN130 Apr 6, 1987.  To QF-106 (AD272).  Shot down by AIM-120 Sept 11, 1997.
				0154 (438th FIS) crashed near Pickford, Michigan due to compressor stalls Dec 18, 1962.  Both crew killed.
				0155 (MSN 8-32-07) to AMARC as FN189 Jul 11, 1988.  To QF-106 (AD269).  Shot down by AIM-120, Jul 16, 1997.
				0156 (343rd FG, 11th FIS) crashed in rural area SSW of Superior, Wisconsin Mar 1, 1964.
					Both crewmembers ejected.  Struck a house, but both family members were uninjured.
				0157 crashed 1 mi short of runway at Peterson AFB, Colorado due to fuel starvation Feb 11, 1977
				0158 (MSN 8-32-10) to MASDC as FN019 Oct 21, 1983.  To QF-106 (AD275).  
					Back to AMARC Feb 23, 1998 (FN205).  Seen in Tucson salvage yard near DMA.
					Noted Mar 1, 2003 on a trailer in carpark of Econo Lodge Hotel, Mohave - reported 
					as being in transit from AMARC to Air Force Flight Test Center Museum at Edwards AFB..
					Now displayed near west gate of Edwards AFB, California.
				0159 (MSN 8-32-11) to MASDC as FN079 Apr 3, 1985.  To QF-106 (AD119).  Shot down by AIM-9M Aug 5, 1993.
59-0160/0165		Convair F-106B-80-CO Delta Dart
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				0160 crashed at Marquette, Michigan Jun 12, 1974
				0161 (MSN 8-32-13) to MASDC as FN038 Mar 1, 1984.  To QF-106 (AD280).  Shot down by AIM-120 Jan 22, 1997.
				0162 crashed 90 NM NW of Hamilton AFB, California Feb 9, 1971.
				0163 crashed at Overstreet, Florida Sept 30, 1971
				0164 (MSN 8-32-16) to MASDC Apr 4, 1984 (FN050).  Nose section removed Jan 21, 2004 and donated to
					Southern Utah Air Museum for cockpit restoration and display.
				0165 destroyed by fire Feb 27, 1980.
59-0166/0204		Cancelled contract for F-106A
59-0205/0240		Cancelled contract for F-106B
59-0241/0390		Cessna T-37A-CE
				MSN 40403/40552.  All converted to T-37B.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0258/0277 sold to Chile
				0245,0260,0278,0279,0284 sold to Pakistan
				0248,0250,0251,0262 sold to Turkey
				0288,0313,0344 sold to South Vietnam
				0305,0306,0310,0312,0314,0318,0323,0327,0328,0331,0371,0384,0385,0388,0389 sold
					to Turkey.
				0242 (MSN 40404, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0207 May 5, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0245 to Pakistan.  In storage by 2004.  To be sold to Bangladesh if US Govt approves.
				0246 (MSN 40408) to AMARC Sep 2008
				0247 (MSN 40409) converted to T-37B.  To AMARC as TE0418 Mar 5, 2008
				0249 (MSN 40411, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0236 Oct 5, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0253 (MSN 40415, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0315 May 19, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0254 (MSN 40416) converted to T-37B.  To AMARC as TE0431 Apr 10, 2008
				0255 (MSN 40417, T-37B) To AMARC as TE0159 Mar 26, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0256 sold to Colombia
				0257 (MSN 40419, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0232 Sep 10, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0258 (MSN 40420) converted to T-37B.  To Chile AF as J-386
				0260 to Pakistan.  In storage by 2004.  To be sold to Bangladesh if US Govt approves.
				0261 (MSN 40423) converted to T-37B, later to OT-37B.  To Chilean
					AF.  To AMARC as TE0093 Sep 18, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0263 (MSN 40425, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0394 Aug 22, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0265 (MSN 40427, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0149 Mar 4, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0267 (MSN 40429, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0284 Aug 12, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0268 (MSN 40430) converted to T-37B, later to OT-37B.  To Chilean
					AF.  To AMARC as TE0072 Jul 29, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0269 (MSN 40431, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0269 Apr 15, 2005
				0270 (MSN 40432, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0226 Aug 20, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0272 (MSN 40434, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0413 Feb 21, 2008
				0273 (MSN 40435, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0247 Nov 30, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0274 (MSN 40436, T-37B) now on static display at Columbus, Mississippi, in 
					the town, not at the AFB.
				0275 (MSN 40437) converted to T-37B, later to OT-37B.  To Chilean
					AF.  To AMARC as TE0426 Apr 23, 2008
				0276 (MSN 40438, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0185 Aug 29, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0277 (MSN 40439) coverted to T-37B.  To Chile AF as J-387
				0278 to Pakistan.  In storage by 2004.  To be sold to Bangladesh if US Govt approves.
				0279 to Pakistan.  In storage by 2004.  To be sold to Bangladesh if US Govt approves.
				0280 (MSN 40442, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0231 Sep 8, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0282 (MSN 40444, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0092 Sep 18, 1995.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0283 (MSN 40445, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0169 Jun 18, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0284 to Pakistan.  In storage by 2004.  To be sold to Bangladesh if US Govt approves.
				0285 (T-37B) to AMARC Apr 13, 2009.
				0286 (MSN 40448, T-37B) to Royal Moroccan AF as 59286
				0289 (MSN 40451, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0006 Sep 11, 1991. Now at
					Yankee Fighter Museum, Chino, CA
				0290 to Pakistan.  In storage by 2004.  To be sold to Bangladesh if US Govt approves.
				0291 (MSN 40453, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0256 Jan 21, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0294 (MSN 40456, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0106 Sep 26, 1995.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0296 (MSN 40458, T-37B) to Royal Moroccan AF as 59296
				0299 (MSN 40461, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0245 Nov 30, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0300 (MSN 40462) converted to T-37B.  To Chile AF as J-394.  Preserved Dec 2012 in Museo Nacional Aeronautico
					y del Espacio, Los cerrillos, Santiago.
				0302 (MSN 40464) converted to T-37B.  To Chile AF as J-397
				0303 (MSN 40465, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0301 Feb 21, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0304 (MSN 40466, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0262 Feb 25, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0308 (MSN 40470, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0214 Jun 18, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0311 (MSN 40473, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0228 Aug 27, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0316 (T-37B) to AMARC Apr 10, 2009
				0320 (MSN 40437, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0402 Sep 12, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0321 (MSN 40483, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0183 Aug 22, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0322 collided in midair with C-130 62-1813 over Little Rock AFB Feb 18, 1972.  All 5 onboard the C-130 killed,
					the two crewmembers of the T-37 ejected safely.
				0324 on display at Ames, Oklahoma in 2014.
				0325 (MSN 40487, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0303 Feb 24, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0326 (MSN 40488, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0147 Feb 28, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0329 (MSN 40491, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0188 Sep 19, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0330 (MSN 40492, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0118 May 2, 1996.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0332 (MSN 40494, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0415 Feb 21, 2008
				0333 (MSN 40495, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0339 Oct 17, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0334 (MSN 40496, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0124 May 16, 1996.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0335 (MSN 40497, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0408 Feb 12, 2008
				0337 (MSN 40499, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0184 Aug 29, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0338 (MSN 40500, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0008 Sep 13, 1991.
				0339 (MSN 40501) converted to T-37B, later to OT-37B.  To AMARC 
					as TE0255 Jan 13, 2005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0340 (MSN 40502) converted to T-37B.  To AMARC as TE0435 Apr 15, 2008
				0341 (MSN 40503, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0114 Apr 10, 1996.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0342 (MSN 40504, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0197 Mar 5, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0343 (c;n 40505) converted to T-37B.  To AMARC as TE0417 Apr 24, 2008
				0345 (MSN 40507, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0109 Mar 19, 1996.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0347 (MSN 40509) converted to T-37B.  To Pakistan AF.  To AMARC as TE0313 May 4, 2006.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0350 (MSN 40512, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0004 Sep 11, 1991.  Returned to service 1997, later to Yankee Fighter
					Museum, Chino, CA
				0351 (MSN 40513, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0165 May 20, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0352 (MSN 40514) converted to T-37B.  To Pakistan AF
				0354 (MSN 40516, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0115 Apr 10, 1996.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0355 (MSN 40517, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0401 Sep 12, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0356 (MSN 40518, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0130 Sep 13, 1996.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0357 (MSN 40519, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0074 Jul 31, 1992.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0358 (MSN 50520, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0381 May 24, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0359 (MSN 40521) converted to T-37B.  To Chile AF as J-395
				0360 (MSN 40522, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0101 Sep 21, 1995.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0361 on display with Perrin Field Historical Society, Denison, Texas
				0363 (MSN 40525) converted to T-37B, later to OT-37B.
					To AMARC as TE0307 Mar 17, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0364 (MSN 40526) converted to T-37B.  To Chile AF as J-393.  W/o
				0365 (MSN 40527, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0094 Sep 18, 1995.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0366 (MSN 40528, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0265 Mar 18, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0368 to Pakistan.  In storage by 2004.  To be sold to Bangladesh if US Govt approves.
				0369 (MSN 40531, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0155 Mar 19, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0370 (MSN 40532) converted to T-37B.  To Bangladesh AF as 90370 and stored at BAF Base Matiou Rahman, Jessore
					in Apr 2013.
				0374 to Pakistan.  In storage by 2004.  To be sold to Bangladesh if US Govt approves.
				0375 (MSN 40537, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0166 Jun 3, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0376 (MSN 40538, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0200 Mar 25, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0377 (MSN 40539, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0091 Sep 18, 1995.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0378 (MSN 40540, T-37B) to AMARC as TE054 Dec 5, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0379 (MSN 40541) converted to T-37B.  To AMARC as TE0424 Apr 23, 2008
				0380 (MSN 40542, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0374 Apr 9, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0382 (MSN 40544, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0252 Dec 1, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0383 (T-37B) noted pole-mounted at Highland Lakes Air Museum, Burnet, Texas Apr 12, 2003
				0386 (MSN 40548, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0131 Sep 13, 1996.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0387 (MSN 40549, T-37B) to AMARC as TE0227 Aug 25, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
				0390 (MSN 40552, T-37B) to AMARC as TE020 Sep 20, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
59-0391/0392		McDonnell F-101B-115-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				0391 (MSN 715) to RCAF as 17391 in 1961.  Upon return to USA, converted to RF-101B.  To MASDC as FF294 May 2, 1975.
					to Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ Jan 18, 1980.
				0392 (MSN 716) to RCAF as 17392 in 1962.  Upon return to USA, converted to RF-101B.  To MASDC as FF195 Jan 20, 1971,
					to Consolidated, Tucson, AZ Apr 18, 1975.
59-0393			McDonnell F-101F-116-MC Voodoo
				To RCAF as 17393 in 1961
59-0394/0399		McDonnell F-101B-115-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				0394 (MSN 718) to RCAF as 17394 in 1961/62.  To MASDC as FF187 Oct 16, 1970.  To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ Apr 15, 1975.
				0395 (MSN 719) to RCAF as 17395 in 1961/62.  To MASDC as FF204 Sep 8, 1971.
				0396 (MSN 720) to RCAF as 17396 in 1961/62.  To MASDC as FF210 Oct 28, 1971.
				0397 (MSN 721) to RCAF as 17397 in 1961/62.  To MASDC as FF202 Mar 12, 1971.  Returned to service.
					Converted to RF-101B upon return to USA.  To MASDC as FF282 Jan 9, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ
					Jan 18, 1980.
				0398 (MSN 722) to RCAF as 17398 in 1961/62.  To MASDC as FF194 Jan 14, 1971.  Returned to service.
					Converted to RF-101B upon return to USA.  To MASDC as FF301 Jul 21, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft Jan 18, 1980.
				0399 (MSN 723) to RCAF as 17399 in 1961/62.  To MASDC as FF211 Nov 15, 1971.
59-0400			McDonnell F-101F-116-MC Voodoo
				MSN 724.  To RCAF as 17400 in 1961.
				Was on display at Valiant Air Command Museum, Titusville FL.  To Sun and Fun Air
					Museum, Lakeland, FL as N37647, then back to Valiant Air Command Museum , Titusville, Florida by 2003.
					N37647 cancelled Apr 22, 2013.
59-0401/0406		McDonnell F-101B-115-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				0401 to RCAF as 17401 in 1961/62
				0402 (MSN 726) to RCAF as 17402 in 1961/62.  To MASDC as FF203 Mar 31, 1971.  Returned to service.
					Converted to RF-101B upon return to USA.  To MASDC as FF298 Jun 24, 1975.  Declared excess Oct 13, 1975.
					To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ Feb 22, 1980.
				0403 (MSN 727) to RCAF as 17403 in 1961/62.  Converted to RF-101B upon return to USA.  To MASDC as FF285 Mar 13, 1975.
					Declared excess Oct 13, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ Jan 18, 1980.
				0404 (MSN 728) to RCAF as 17404 in 1961/62.  Converted to RF-101B upon return to USA.  To MASDC as FF286 Mar 13, 1975.  
					Declared excess Oct 13, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ
				0405 (MSN 729) to RCAF as 17405 in 1961/62.  To MASDC as FF206 Sep 26, 1971.
				0406 to RCAF as 17406 in 1961/62
59-0407			McDonnell F-101F-116-MC Voodoo
				MSN 731.  To RCAF as 17407 in 1961.  Now on display at Proctor City Ball Park, Proctor, Minnesota as 90407
59-0408/0412		McDonnell F-101B-115-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				0408 (MSN 732) to RCAF as 17408 in 1961/62.  To MASDC as FF366 Jul 9, 1976
				0409 (MSN 733) to RCAF as 17409 in 1961/62.  To MASDC as FF190 Nov 29, 1970
				0410 (MSN 734) to RCAF as 17410 in 1961/62.  To MASDC as FF190 Nov 29, 1970.  Returned to service with USAF.
					Converted to RF-101B upon return to USA.  To MASDC as FF300 Jul 17,1975.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ
					Jan 18, 1980.
				0411 (MSN 735) to RCAF as 17411 in 1961/62.  To MASDC as FF205 Sep 27, 1971. 
				0412 on display at Tennessee ANG, Chattanooga, Tennessee.
59-0413			McDonnell F-101F-116-MC Voodoo
				On display at Empire State Aerosciences Museum, Scotia, NY.
59-0414/0418		McDonnell F-101B-115-MC Voodoo
				0417 on display at Pocatella, Idaho airport
				0418 (MSN 742) on display at March Field Air Museum, Riverside, California.
59-0419			McDonnell F-101F-116-MC Voodoo
				MSN 743.  0n display at Air Park, Malmstrom AFB, Great Falls, Montana
59-0420/0424		McDonnell F-101B-115-MC Voodoo
				0420 on display at Dover AFB Historical Center, Dover, Delaware
				0421 in 2011 was on display at Texas Air Museum, Stinson MAP, San Antonio, TX
				0423 at Scurry County Airport, Snyder, TX.
				0424 in open storage at Ellington Field, TX.  Noted Oct 16, 2004
					preserved at ANG Gate, Ellington Field, Houston, TX
59-0425			McDonnell F-101F-116-MC Voodoo
				0425 (MSN 749) to MASDC as FF374 Sep 6, 1976.  Transfer to MASDC and MSN from www.amarcexperience.com 
59-0426/0436		McDonnell F-101B-115-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				0426 (MSN 750) on display at South Dakota Air and Space Museum, Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota.
				0427 (MSN 751)
				0428 (MSN 752) delivered to USAF Aug 7, 1960.
					To 49th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron (ADC), Griffiss AF,B NY in Aug 1960
					To 2856th Air Base Wing (AF Logistics Command), Griffiss AFB, NY Jan 1, 1962
					To 49th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron (ADC), Griffiss AFB, NY Jan 16, 1962
					To 60th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron (ADC), Otis AFB, MA Jul 1968
					To 107th Tactical Fighter Group (Air National Guard), Niagara Falls, NY Apr 1971
					To Sheppard Technical Training Center (Air Training Command), Sheppard AFB, TX Apr 1982 as GF-101B
					On display at Air Mobility Museum, Dover AFB, Delaware.
				0429 at Texas Air Museum, Caprock Chapter, Slaton, Texas.
				0430 (GF-101B) ex Sheppard TTC, on display at Babe Zaharias Memorial, Beamont, TX.
				0433 to RCAF as 17433 in 1968
				0434 (MSN 758) to RCAF as 17434 in 1968.  Converted to RF-101B upon return to USA.  To MASDC as FF297 Jun 16, 1975.
					To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ Jan 18, 1980.
				0435 to RCAF as 17435 in 1968
				0436 (MSN 760) to RCAF as 17436.  To MASDC as FF191 Dec 12, 1970.  Converted to RF-101B upon return to USA.  To MASDC
					as FF304 Aug 11, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ Jan 18, 1980.
59-0437			McDonnell F-101F-116-MC Voodoo
				(MSN 761) To RCAF as 17437 in 1961.  To MASDC as FF386 Jan 8, 1979.  Transfer to MASDC and MSN from www.amarcexperience.com
59-0438/0440		McDonnell F-101B-115-MC Voodoo
				All to RCAF as 17438/17440 in 1961/62.
				0438 (RCAF 17438) put on display at Guld Coast Community College,
					Panama City, FL as 59-0438.  Dumped in water 3 mi off shore from Panama Beach Jul 1, 2014 to act
					as fish houses.  Had deteriorated because the city would not keep them up.
				0439 (MSN 763) to RCAF as 17439 in 1961/62.  To MASDC as FF198 Feb 11, 1971.
59-0441/0442		McDonnell F-101B-120-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				0441 (MSN 765) to RCAF as 17441 in 1962.  Converted to RF-101B upon return to USA.  To MASDC as FF289 Apr 24, 1975.
					Declared excess Oct 13, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ Jan 18, 1980.
				0442 (MSN 766) to RCAF as 17442 in 1962.  To MASDC as FF364 Jun 26, 1976.
59-0443			McDonnell F-101F-116-MC Voodoo
				MSN 767.  To RCAF as 17443 in 1961.  To MASDC as FF295 May 29, 1975.  Declared excess Oct 13, 1975.  To Allied 
					Aircraft, Tucson, AZ Jan 18, 1980.  Transfer to MASDC and MSN from www.amarcexperience.com
59-0444/0448		McDonnell F-101B-120-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				0444 (MSN 768) to RCAF as 17444 in 1961/62.  To MASDC as FF189 Nov 13, 1970.  To Consolidated, Tucson, AZ Apr 17, 1975.
				0445 (MSN 769) to RCAF as 17445 in 1961/62.  To MASDC as FF209 Oct 26, 1971.
				0446 (MSN 770) to RCAF as 17446 in 1961/62. To MASDC as FF199 Feb 19, 1971.
				0447 (MSN 771) to RCAF as 17447 in 1961/62.  Converted to RF-101B upon return to USA.  To MASDC as FF302 Jul 24, 1975.
					Declared excess Oct 13, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ Jan 18, 1980.
				0448 (MSN 772) to RCAF as 17448 in 1962/62.  To MASDC as FF196 Jan 21, 1971.  Returned to service.
					Converted to RF-101B upon return to USA.  To MASDC as FF291 May 8, 1975.  Declared excess Oct 13, 1975.
					To Allied Aicraft, Tucson, AZ Jan 18, 1980.
59-0449			McDonnell F-101F-116-MC Voodoo
				MSN 773.  To RCAF as 17449 in 1961.  To MASDC as FF307 Oct 15, 1977.  Declared excess Jan 13, 1976.  To Allied Aircraft,
					Tucson, AZ Jan 18, 1980.  Transfer to MASDC and MSN from www.amarcexperience.com
59-0450/0453		McDonnell F-101B-120-MC Voodoo
				All to RCAF as 17450/17453 in 1961-62.  Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				0450 (MSN 774) to RCAF as 17450 in 1961/62.  converted to RF-101B upon return to USA.  To MASDC as FF284 Feb 13, 1975.
					Declared excess Oct 13, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ Jan 18, 1980.
				0451 (MSN 775) to RCAF as 17451 in 1961/62.  To MASDC as FF201 Feb 28, 1971.
				0453 (MSN 777) to RCAF as 17453 in 1961/62.  To MASDC as FF200 Feb 24, 1971.  Returned to service.
					Converted to RF-101B upon return to USA.  To MASDC as FF303 Aug 8, 1975.  Declared excess Oct 13, 1975.
					To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ Jan 18, 1980.
59-0454			McDonnell F-101F-116-MC Voodoo
				MSN 778.  To RCAF as 17454 in 1961/62. Returned to USA. To MASDC Aug 6, 1968.  Returned to service.  Back to MASDC 
					as FF393 Feb 13, 1979.  Transfer to MASDC and MSN from www.amarcexperience.com
59-0455/0459		McDonnell F-101B-120-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				0455 (MSN 779) to RCAF as 17455 in 1961/62.  To MASDC as  FF370 Aug 5, 1976.
				0456 (MSN 780) to RCAF as 17456 in 1961/62.  to MASDC as FF207 Oct 5, 1971.
				0457 (MSN 781) to RCAF as 17457 in 1961/62.  To MASDC as FF109 Jan 29, 1971.  Returned to service.
					Converted to RF-101B upon return to USA.  To MASDC as FF290 May 7, 1975.  Declared excess Oct 13, 1975.
					To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ Jan 18, 1980.
				0459 to RCAF as 17459 in 1968.  Converted to RF-101B upon return to USA. To MASDC as FF293 May 11, 1975.
					Declared excess Oct 13, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ Feb 22, 1980.
59-0460			McDonnell F-101F-116-MC Voodoo
				To RCAF as 17460 in 1961.
59-0461/0465		McDonnell F-101B-120-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				0461 (MSN 785) to RCAF as 17461 in 1962.  TO MASDC as FF320 Jan 18, 1976.
				0462 on display at Strategic Air and Space Museum, Ashland, Nebraska
				0463 (MSN 787) to RCAF as 17463 in 1961/62.  Converted to RF-101B upon return to USA.  To MASDC as FF292 May 8, 1975.
					Declared excess Oct 13, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ Jan 18, 1989.
				0464 (MSN 788) to RCAF as 17464 in 1961/62.  To MASDC as FF193 Jan 14, 1971
				0465 to RCAF as 17465 in 1961/62.  To MASDC as FF028 Apr 30, 1968.  Declared excess Jun 9, 1970.  To New
					Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, New Mexico
59-0466			McDonnell F-101F-116-MC Voodoo
				To RCAF as 17466 in 1961.
59-0467/0471		McDonnell F-101B-120-MC Voodoo
				All to RCAF as 17467/17471 in 1961-62.  Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				0467 (MSN 791) to RCAF as 17467 in 1961/62.  Converted to RF-101B upon return to USA.  To MASDC as FF287 Mar 13, 1975.
					Declared excess Oct 13,1 975.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ Jan 18, 1980.
				0469 (MSN 793) to RCAF as 17469 in 1961/62.  To MASDC as FF212 Dec 4, 1971.
				0471 (RCAF 17471) on display at Pate Museum of Transportation
					Fort Worth, TX as 59-0471.  This museum closed in 2009 and plane was transferred to Historic Aviation
					Memorial Museum, Tyler, Texas in Apr 2011. Will stay in RCAF markings.
59-0472			McDonnell F-101F-116-MC Voodoo
				MSN 796.  To RCAF as 17472 in 1961.  Returned to USA.  To MASDC as FF299 Jul 10, 1975.  Declared excess Oct 13, 1975.
					To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ Feb 22, 1980.
59-0473/0477		McDonnell F-101B-120-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				0473 (MSN 797) to MASDC As FF335 Mar 18, 1976.
				0475 (MSN 799) to RCAF as 17475 in 1961/62.  To MASDC as FF213 Dec 10, 1971.
				0476 to RCAF as 17476 in 1961/62.
				0477 to RCAF as 17477 in 1961/62.  Converted to RF-101B upon return to USA.  To MASDC as FF288 Apr 24, 1975.
					Declared excess Oct 13, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ Jan 18, 1980.
59-0478			McDonnell F-101F-116-MC Voodoo
				To RCAF as 17478 in 1961.  Put on display at Panama City Marina, FL as 59-0478.  Removed from pylon May 2013 and 
					scrapped.  Dumped on ocean floor off Panama Beach Jul 1, 2014 to serve as fish house.  Had deteriorated
					because the city did not keep them up.
59-0479/0483		McDonnell F-101B-120-MC Voodoo
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				0479 to RCAF as 17479 in 1961/62
				0480 to RCAF as 17480 in 1961/62
				0481 (MSN 805) to RCAF as 17481 in 1961/62. To MASDC as FF188 Oct 30, 1970.  Converted to RF-101B upon return to USA.
					To MASDC as FF305 Aug 21, 1975.  Declared excess Oct 13, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ Feb 22, 1980.
				0482 (MSN 806) to RCAF as 17482 in 1961/62  Converted to RF-101B upon return to USA.  To MASDC as FF2967 May 29, 1975.
					Declared excess Oct 13, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson, AZ Feb 22, 1980. 
				0483 to RCAF as 17483 in 1961/62  Converted to RF-101B upon return to USA
					Put on display at May ANGB, Reno, Nevada as RF-101B.
59-0484/0491		Cancelled contract for F-101B
59-0492/0521		Cancelled contract for Sikorsky H-19D
59-0522/0536		Douglas C-133B-DL Cargomaster
				MSN 45573/45587.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0522 (MSN 45573) to MASDC as CU021 Jun 1, 1971.  Scrapped by end of 1974
				0523 (MSN 45574) crashed Apr 10, 1963 while on approach to Travis AFB, CA.  9 killed.
				0524 (MSN 45575) to MASDC as CU022 Jun 16, 1971, scrapped by end of 1974.
				0525 (MSN 45576) to MASDC as CU025 Jul 7, 1971, scrapped by end of 1974.
				0526 (MSN 45577) transported Apollo 11 command module after splashdown from Hickam AFB to Ellington AFB in Jul 1969.
					To MASDC as CU024 Jul 2, 1971, scrapped by end of 1974.		
				0527 (MSN 45578) to MASDC as CU023 Jun 30, 1971.  To Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona in 1971.
				0528 (MSN 45579) to MASDC as CU029 Jul 16, 1971, scrapped by end of 1974.
				0529 (MSN 45580) was on display at New England Air Museum, Bradley, CT, but destroyed 
					by a tornado Oct 3, 1979.  Nose section remained there until recently and 
					people from AMC Museum at Dover AFB collected what they could.
				0530 (MSN 45581, 1501 ATW) disintegrated in midair Feb 6, 1970 Palisade, NE due to 
					fatigue crack.  5 killed.
				0531 (MSN 45582) transported Apollo 8 command module after splashdown from Hickam AFB to Long Beach Dec 1968.
					Assigned N2276V Jul 15, 1978, ntu.  Scrapped January 2001.  Nose noted in National Aircraft
					Scrapyard, Tucson, AZ Oct 8, 2001.  N2276V cancelled Feb 16, 2011
				0532 (MSN 45583) transported Apollo 7 command module after splashdown from Norfolk to Long Beach Oct 25, 1968.
					To MASDC as CU027 Jul 9, 1971, scrapped by end of 1974.
				0533 to MASDC as CU033 Aug 2, 1971.  To civil registry as N77152, later sold to Cargomaster Corp of Anchorage, Alaska as N133B.  
					Scrapped at Anchorage IAP Apr-Jul 2000?
				0534 (1501st ATW) ditched 34 mi from Kadena AB, Okinawa Apr 30, 1967 after takeoff
					due to engine failure.  Crew of 9 survived, but one was seriously injured. 
				0535 (MSN 45586) transported Apollo 10 command module after splashdown from Hickam AFB to Long Beach.
					To MASDC as CU010 Mar 22, 1971, scrapped by end of 1974.
				0536 delivered to the USAF Mar 22, 1961.
					To 1501st Air Transport Wing (Military Air Transport Service), Travis AFB, CA Apr 1961
					Unit became 60th Military Airlift Wing Jan 1966
					To 3902nd Air Base Wing (Strategic Air Command), Offutt AFB, NE Jun 1971
					Dropped from inventory by transfer to school or museum Dec 1971
					To SAC Museum, Omaha, NB, then to Air Mobility Command Museum, Dover AFB, Delaware in summer of 2000.
59-0537/1442		Radioplane OQ-19D drones
59-1443/1523		Boeing KC-135A-BN Stratotanker
				MSN 17931/18011.  Boeing 717-148.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1460,1462,1464,1467,1468,1470,1471,1474,
					1480,1490,1504,1510,1512,1513,1520,1523
					converted to KC-135Q.  Most of the Q-models were 
					redesignated KC-135T after SR-71 went out of service.
				1445,1447,1448,1450/1452,1456,1457,1473,
					1477,1479,1484,1485,1487,1489,1493,1496,
					1497,1499,1503,1505,1506,1509,1514,1516,
					1519 converted to KC-135E.
				1444,1446,1453,1455,1458,1459,1461,1463,1465
					1466,1469,1472,1475,1476,1478,1482,1483,
					1488,1492,1495,1498,1502,1505,1507,1511,1514,1515,
					1516,1517,1521 converted to KC-135R.
				1443 (MSN 17931) crashed Aug 27, 1985, Beale AFB, CA.  Crashed during landing
					with 3 engines.  All 7 aboard killed.
				1445 (MSN 17933) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0241 Jul 14, 2009
				1446 (MSN 17934) named "Tasmanian Devil" with 28th BW Jun 1991.
				1447 converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0155 Apr 5, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1448 (MSN 17936) named "Fritzie's Fraulein" with 133rd ARS, New Hampshire ANG in Jun 1989.
				1449 (MSN 17937) to AMARC as CA0082 Aug 27, 1993
				1450 (MSN 17938) named "Spirit of New Hampshire" with 133rd ARS, New Hampshire ANG in Sep 1989.
				1451 (MSN 17939) converted to KC-135E.  Named "The Silver Bullet" Jun 2000.  To AMARC as CA0219 Aug 27, 2008
				1452 (MSN 17940) Named "Eagle Dancer" with 197th ARS, Arizona ANG in Jun 1994. With WANG, Fairchild AFB 
					crashed short of runway Jan 13, 1999, Geilenkirchen AB, Germany.  4 killed.
				1454 (MSN 17942) to AMARC as CA083 Sep 1, 1993.  To Singapore AF as 752 Jun 19, 1998
				1455 (MSN 17943) with 203rd ARS/154th WG at HANG/Hickam
				1456 (MSN 17944) converted to KC-135E.  Named "Spirit of Camden County"
					with 141 ARS, New Jersey ANG in 1996.  To AMARC as CA0184 Feb 26, 2008.  
				1457 (MSN 17945) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0223 Jun 17, 2008
				1460 (MSN 17948) as KC-135Q named "The Boss" with 9th SRW in Dec 1988.  Current as KC-135T with 171st ARW,
					Pennsylvania ANG.
				1462 (MSN 17950/T0365) to 92nd ARW, then to 91st ARS.
				1463 (MSN 17951) named "Lilac Princess" and "City of Spokane" with 92nd BW in May 1991
				1465 (MSN 17953) Project ‘Speed Light’, used for reconnaissance 1961 
					Project ‘Rivet Stand’, designated KC-135R (I) 1967, 
					Project ‘Briar Patch’ - CIA-sponsored sub-version of Rivet Stand, KC-135A / KC-135R (I), modified 
						for ELINT missions, 1967/1969 ?
					Project ‘Garlic Salt’, sub-version of KC-135R (I) ‘Rivet Stand’ 
					Crashed Jul 17, 1967, Offutt AFB, NE.  Pilot overrotated during
					takeoff, stalled and crashed.  1 of crew of 5 killed.
				1466 (MSN 17954) named "Overland Express" with 319th BW in May 1989.
				1468 (MSN 17956) converted to KC-135R.  In 2009 was with 171st ARW,
					Pennsylvania ANG, named "Freedom Rider"
				1473 (MSN 17961) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0187 Mar 6, 2008
				1475 (MSN 17963/T0378) named "Miss Grand Forks" with 319th BW in Oct 1991.
				1477 (MSN 17965) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0217 Jun 25, 2008
				1479 (MSN 17967) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0157 Apr 24, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1480 (MSN 17968) as KC-135Q named "Eme'Catl" with 9th SRW in Dec 1988.  Current as KC-135T with 92nd ARW.
				1481 (MSN 17969) delivered to USAF May 20, 1960, leased to FAA the same day as N98.  Used as test platform
					to prove airways across Pacific.  Grounded at Hickam AFB, Jun 1972 until early 1973.  Returned
					to USAF Jan 4, 1973.  Leased to NASA Aug 1973 as N930NA as "Weightles Wonder IV" AKA the "Vomit Comet" 
					as zero gravity simulator aircraft and preserved as such at Ellington AFB, Florida.  Now at NASA
					Johnson Space Flight Center
				1481 and 1518 lent to FAA as N96 and N98
				1484 converted to KC-135E.  With 171 ARW PA ANG 'POW-MIA'.  To AMARC as CA0242 Jul 21, 2009
				1485 converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0227 Apr 20, 2009
				1486 (MSN 17974) named "Easy Rider" with 5th Wing in Sep 1991.
				1487 (MSN 17975) restored to 126th ARW SAC markings and placed on display at Scott AFB, Illinois on August 28, 2010
				1489 (MSN 17977) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0186 Mar 2008
				1490 (MSN 17978) As KC-135T active in March 2012 with 171st ARW Pennsylvania ANG and named “Duel´n Fueler”. 
				1491 (MSN 17979) Designated JKC-135A, project ‘Nancy Rae’ 1961-1962
					Designated RC-135S, project ‘Wanda Belle’ [named after Wanda Leigh O'Rear, daughter of Big Safari program 
					director F. E. O'Rear], Jan 1964-Jan 1967.  to ‘Rivet Ball’ Jan 1967.  Not converted to
					RC-135D as some sources suggest.  Slid off runway at Shemya, AK and went over cliff Jan 13, 1969.
					No fatalities
				1493 (MSN 17981) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0186 Mar 6, 2008
				1494 (MSN 17982, New Hampshire ANG) exploded soon after landing and burned out at 
					Pease AFB, NH Jan 11, 1990.
				1495 (MSN 17983) converted to KC-135R.  Named "City of Lincoln" with Nebraska ANG in Apr 2001.
				1496 (MSN 17984) converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0161 May 23, 2007.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1497 (MSN 17985) was 400th KC-135A built and named "County of Marquette" with 46th Air Refuelling
					Squadron in 1960.  As KC-135E on display at McGuire AFB, New Jersey in 2009.
				1501 (MSN 17989/T0404)
				1502 (MSN 17990) named "Lone Star" with 96th BW Jun 1991  Converted to KC-135R and current with 92nd ARW.
				1503 converted to KC-135E.  To AMARC as CA0185 Mar 2008
				1505 (MSN 17993) converted to KC-135E.  Named "Pete's Dragon Waggon" with 133rd ARS of New Hampshire
					ANG in Jun 1991.  Later converted to KC-135R
				1506 (MSN 17994) named "Pittsburgh' Finest" Jul 2000.
				1508 converted to KC-135R.
				1513 (MSN 18001) as KC-135Q with 9th BW in Jun 1992 was named "Bad Company".  Current as KC-135T 
					with 351st ARS.
				1514 (MSN 18002) Project ‘Rivet Stand’, designated KC-135R (I) 1967, 
					Project ‘Garlic Salt’, sub-version of KC-135R (I) ‘Rivet Stand’ 
					Project ‘Rivet Quick’, designated KC-135R Jun69-1973 
					Eventually converted to hybrid KC-135E in Jan 1982.  Served as support ship for the
					55th SRW.  
				1516 (MSN 18004) with 379th BW in Aug 1978.  Converted to KC-135E and with 117th ARS Kansas ANG in Sep 1988.
					Converted to KC-135R and current with 196th ARS.
				1517 (MSN 18005) flying with Tennessee ANG.
				1518 (MSN 18006) delivered to USAF Oct 19, 1960, leased to FAA as a flight check aircraft the 
					same day and registered as N96 Apr 1, 1968.  Registration cancelled Feb 23, 1976.
					Returned to USAF in 1973.  Converted to EC-135K under Project Head Dancer as command post.  
					Assigned to 8th Tactical Deployment Control Squadron.  To AMARC as CA0131 Mar 10, 2003.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1523 (MSN 18011) damaged in midair collision with B-52D 55-098, but landed safely Dec 15, 1960. Converted to KC-135Q.
					As KC-135T active with 171st ARW Pennsylvania ANG and named "Falcon's Spirit" in Nov 2011.
59-1524/1537		Lockheed C-130B-LM Hercules
				1524 (MSN 282-3560) converted to C-130B-II.  Reverted to C-130B.  To Bolivian AF as TAM66.
				1525 (MSN 282-3561) converted to C-130B-II.  Reverted to C-130B.  To AMARC as CF099 Oct 9, 1991.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Has donated center
					wing box to C-130 70-1273
				1526 (MSN 282-3563) converted to C-130B-II.  Reverted to C-130B.  To Argentina AF as TC-57 Nov 1994
				1527 (MSN 282-3568) converted to C-130B-II.  Reverted to C-130B.  To Turkish AF in 1991 or 1992 as
					91527. Returned to AMARC 1992.  To Rumanian AF Oct 1996 as 5927. 
				1528 (MSN 282-3571) converted to C-130B-II.  Reverted to C-130B.  To Tunisian AF as Z21117/TS-MTG
				1529 (MSN 282-3569) to AMARC as CF108 Apr 30, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Has donated center
					wing box to C-130 70-1276
				1530 (MSN 282-3576) converted to C-130B-II.  Reverted to C-130B.  To Romanian AF in 1996 as 5930 Nov 1996
				1531 (MSN 282-3579) converted to C-130B-II.  Reverted to C-130B.  To ground trainer at Kelly AFB,
					noted Oct 14, 2004 in use as instructional airframe at
					Lackland AFB, TX.  Now part of the History and Tradition Museum
					at Lackland and will be used for security forces training.
				1532 (MSN 282-3581) converted to C-130B-II.  Reverted to C-130B.  to Bolivian AF as TAM 67   
					Crashed Dec 31, 1994 during 3-engine takeoff from Trinidad, Bolivia.
				1533 (MSN 282-3586) converted to C-130B-II.  Reverted to C-130B.  to Tunisian AF as Z21114/TS-MTD
				1534 (MSN 282-3570) skidded off runway May 27, 1961.
				1535 (MSN 282-3585) converted to C-130B-II.  Reverted to C-130B.  To Colombia in Dec 1992 as FAC 1011.
					Noted on dump at Bogota, Colombia September 1997  
				1536 (MSN 282-3588) to AMARC as CF142 Nov 30, 1993.  To Bolivian AF
				1537 (MSN 282-3589) converted to C-130B-II.  Reverted to C-130B.  to AMARC as CF144 Dec 15, 1993.  Pulled Dec 10, 
					1999 for sale to Bangladesh AF as 91537/S3-AGB
59-1538/1539		cancelled contract for Lockheed C-130B
59-1540/1593		Kaman H-43B-KA Huskie
				MSN 21/74.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				Redesignated HH-43B in 1962.  Some converted to HH-43F.
				1540 to MASDC Feb 15, 1973 as HG037.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				1542 (MSN 23) converted to HH-43F.  To State of washington Department of Natural Resources Dec 13, 1974. To MASDC as HG077 
					Mar 7, 1975.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				1543 to MASDC as HG059 Apr 23, 1973.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				1544 (MSN 25) converted to HH-43F.  TO MASDC as HG048 Mar 15, 1973.  To N321WN Jun 15, 1974 with State of Washington,
					Department of Natural Resources.  To private users Dec 1983 to May 2012.  Registration cancelled May 24, 2012.
				1545 to MASDC as HG005 Dec 1, 1972
				1546 to MASDC as HG069 May 15, 1973. To N53RH
				1547 (MSN 28) converted to HH-43F.  To MASDC as HG049 Mar 15, 1973.  To civil registry as N62387 Apr 19, 1977.    
					N561D reserved May 24, 2002 but NTU.  Registration cancelled Sep 30 2011.
				1550 to MASDC as HG045 Mar 12, 1973.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				1551 to MASDC as HG070 Un 8, 1973.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				1552 to MASDC as HG063 May 14, 1973.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				1555 to MASDC as HG0019 Jan 9, 1973.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				1556 (MSN 37) converted to HH-43F.  To MASDC as HG008 Dec 7, 1972.  To civil registry Jun 15, 1975 as N322WN, Dept 
					of Environmnent, State of Washington, to private users 1981-1991.  To N556D Jan 10, 1991
				1557 (MSN 38) converted to HH-43F.  Ex BDR airframe at Hill AFB, Utah.
				1558 converted to HH-43F.  To MASDC as HG078 Mar 7, 1974.  To State of Washington, Department of Natural resources
					Dec 13, 1974.  To private user Mar 20, 1979.
				1559 to MASDC as HG017 Dec 29, 1972.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				1561 to MASDC as HG003 Nov 28, 1972.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				1562 (38th ARRS) crashed while flying SAR for burning B-52 at Utapao AB, Thailand Jul 19, 1969.  B-52 exploded,
					causing helo to crash.  2 crew killed, one severely injured.
				1563 to MASDC as HG066 May 3, 1973.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				1564 (MSN 45) converted to HH-43F.  To MASDC as HG006 Dec 4, 1972, to civil registry as N5197W Jun 9, 1977
				1566 converted to HH-43F
				1567 crashed at HIRAN site #14 Feb 2, 1965.  Crew was uninjured.
				1568 to MASDC as HG058 Apr 22, 1973.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				1569 (MSN 50) converted to HH-43F.  To MASDC as HG034 Feb 13, 1973.  To civil registry as N53RH Jun 9, 1977.  
					Crashed Aug 31, 1991.
				1570 to MASDC as HG054 Apr 16, 1973.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				1571 to MASDC as HG007 Dec 7, 1972.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				1575 (MSN 56) converted to HH-43F.  To MASDC as HG043 Mar 2, 1973, to civil registry as N585JA 
					Jun 9, 1977.  Crashed Feb 6, 1991
				1576 (MSN 57) converted to HH-43F.  To MASDC as HG076 Dec 12, 1973, to civil registry as N43XK
					Jun 9, 1977.  
				1578 to MASDC as HG031 Feb 7, 1973, preserved at National Atomic Museum, Kirtland AFB, New Mexico
				1579 (MSN 60) converted to HH-43F.  To MASDC as HG032 Feb 7, 1973.  To civil registry as N3268D Apr 19, 1977.
					Registration cancelled May 14, 2013.
				1580 to MASDC as HG060 Apr 23, 1973.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				1581 (MSN 62) converted to HH-43F.  To MASDC as HG014 Dec 21, 1972.  To civil registry as N323WN Jun 15, 1974, 
					Dept of Natural Resources, Washington State.  To privat users Dec 1983.  Registration cancelled Feb 25, 2013.
				1583 (MSN 64) converted to HH-43F.  To MASDC as HG023 Jan 18, 1973.  To civil registry as N100PL Jun 9, 1977.  
					Crashed Sep 25, 1999 near Phoenix, AZ, killing both crew members.
				1587 hit by mortar attack at Tan Son Nhut AB, SVN Jul 19, 1969
				1588 to MASDC as HG029 Feb 5, 1973.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				1589 to MASDC as HG011 Dec 18, 1972.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				1590 (38th ARRS, Det 1) crashed during SAR for F-100D Jun 27, 1969 at Phan Rang AB.
				1591 to MASDC as HG067 May 6, 1973.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
				1592 (MSN 73) converted to HH-43F.  To MASDC as HG041 Feb 23, 1973.   To civil registry Jun 15, 1974 as N324WN, Dept 
					of Natural Resources, Washington state.  N324WN registration transferred to 62-4562 Apr 17, 1980.  59-1592
					dismantled for parts and scrapped.
				1593 to MASDC as HG004 Nov 30, 1972.  To Allied Aircraft, Tucson AZ May 1977
59-1594/1601		Northrop T-38A-15-NO Talon
				MSN N.5107/5114
				1594/1598 transferred to US Navy as DT-38A serials 591594/591598
					1594 lster converted to QT-38A which included ECM function
					1595 seen at Kelly AFB, Texas in 1997.  Displayed at Weatherford, Oklahoma marked as 67-14956.
					1596 later converted to QT-38A which included ECM function.  SOC due to damage Dec 20, 1980.
					1598 later converted to QT-38A which included ECM function
				1594, 1598, 1597, 1600 seen in either Fighter Weapons School (Top Gun) or Chinal Lake markings.
				1600 (MSN N.5113) to US Navy as DT-38A, serial number 591600, converted to QT-38A.  SOC due to damage Mar 3, 1981.  
					Gate guard at Williams AFB, Arizona in Oct 1992 marked 82 FTWS.  Noted apparently dumped at 
					Williams Gateway AP, AZ Mar 15, 2003. In 2010 was mounted on pole at Phoenix-Mesa Gate Airport 
					(used to be Williams AFB)
				1601 (MSN N.5114) noted Mar 2006 at Maxwell AFB Collection, Montgomery, Alabama, painted as 3800.
59-1602/1606		Northrop T-38A-20-NO Talon
				MSN N.5115/5119
				1602 (MSN N.5115) noted Oct 2005 in USAF Academy collection, Colorado Spring, Colorado
				1603 delivered 1962 to USAF at Randolph AFB, TX.
					Assigned 1964 to Dobbins AFB, GA to serve as a chase plane for newly designed aircraft.
					Assigned 1966 to Los Angeles International Airport to help train astronauts for Manned 
						Orbiting Laboratory missions.
					Assigned 1969 to Edwards AFB, CA to serve as a chase plane and to help maintain pilot proficiency.
					Transferred 1972 to China Lake Naval Weapons Center with the intention of making it into a drone, 
						or unmanned target aircraft, capable of being operated by radio control.  Redesignated DT-38A.
					Transferred 1974 to Navy's Top Gun air combat training program at Miramar Naval Air Station, San Diego. 
						In this role, T-38 mimicked Soviet fighter aircraft to help train Navy aviators in air-to-air 
						combat techniques.
					Returned 1976 to China Lake Naval Weapons Center where its rear cockpit received drone equipment. 
						Over the next ten years, served as an air-to-air radar target, a chase plane, and pilot 
						proficiency plane, participating in both manned and unmanned missions.
					Transferred 1987 to Fallon Naval Air Station, NV, to serve as a pilot proficiency aircraft.
					Assigned to NASA Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center (JSC), Ellington Field, TX.  Registered as NASA 963
					Registered to NASA Oct 19, 1990; registered as N963NA to NASA, Houston; current	.
					Last flight Nov 2007 from Houston's Ellington Field to Los Angeles International Airport with 
						refueling stops in El Paso, Texas, and Phoenix, AZ.
					Preserved and on display at Northrop Grumman Integrated Systems headquarters in El Segundo, CA.
				1604 transferred to US Navy as DT-38A, serial number 591604.   Went to USN TPS with 'BuNo' 591604. 
					Noted stored at NMNA Pensacola November 2002
				1605 on display at USAF History and Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB, Texas.
59-1607/1716		Bell HU-1A-BF Iroquois
				MSN 66/175.  Redesignated UH-1A-BF in 1962.  Some converted to TH-1A
				Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1611 (MSN 70) to MASDC as XA007 Jul 12, 1971.
				1616 (MSN 75) forward fuselage on display at U.S. Army Transportation Museum, Ft Eustis, VA
				1620 (MSN 79) to MASDC as XA016 Jul 14, 1971.
				1640 (MSN 99) used for maintenance training at Fort Rucker, AL.
				1642 (MSN 101) seen on Eglin AFB range Aug 1976
				1643 (MSN 102) to MASDC as XA008 Sep 12, 1971
				1653 (MSN 112) to MASDC as XA006 Jul 11, 1971
				1656 (MSN 115) to MASDC as XA015 Jul 12, 1971
				1681 (MSN 140) to MASDC as XA003 Jun 17, 1971
				1695 in 1987 was at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
				1706 (MSN 165) to MASDC as XA004 Jun 17, 1971.
				1707 (MSN 166) to MASDC as XA010 Jul 12, 1971.
				1710 (MSN 169) at Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL
				1711 (MSN 170) to MASDC as XA014 Jul 12, 1971.  On display at 82nd Airborne 
					War Memorial Museum, Fort Bragg, NC.
59-1717/1757		Republic F-105D-5-RE Thunderchief
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				1717 (333rd TFS) w/o Jan 20, 1967 after engine failed during takeoff at Udorn RTAFB, pilot rescued.
				1718 (MSN D030, 354th TFS) shot down by ground fire and crashed into Gulf of Tonkin May 7, 1965.  Pilot
					ejected and was rescued.
				1719 (354th TFS) shot down over Laos Jan 16, 1966.  Pilot MIA.
				1720 shot down 8/21/1967.  Pilot KIA.
				1721 (333rd TFS) shot down by AAA 20 mi NW of Dong Hoi, North Vietnam Jun 22, 1966.  Pilot rescued.
				1722 (MSN D034, 355th TFW, 354th TFS) shot down by groundfire Jul 1, 1966. and ditched into Gulf of Tonkin.
					Pilot rescued.
				1723 (MSN D035, 333rd TFS) shot down by SAM May 27, 1967 at Bac Tiang, North Vietnam.  Pilot MIA.
				1724 in midair collision with O-1 57-2902 near Ban Thapachon, Laos Mar 2, 1966
				1725 (354th TFS) shot down Oct 8, 1966.  Pilot KIA.
				1726 shot down by MiG-21/Atoll Apr 30, 1967.  Pilot POW
				1727 shot down by SAM Oct 3, 1967 15 mi NE of Haiphong.  Pilot POW.
				1729 (465th TFS) crashed on takeoff at Tinker AFB, Oklahoma Jan 14, 1978.  Pilot rescued.
				1728 (357th TFS) shot down by ground fire 5/12/1967.  Pilot MIA
				1729 (465th TFS) crashed on takeoff at Tinker AFB, Oklahoma Jan 14, 1978.  Pilot rescued.  Aircraft reported as
					having been seen in UK in Jun 1978.
				1730 crashed near Eglin AFB, Jan 11, 1961.  Pilot killed.
				1731 (MSN D43) to MASDC as FK040 May 28, 1981
				1732 (MSN D44) to MASDC as FK039 May 26, 1981
				1733 (MSN D45) to MASDC as FK004 Jul 25, 1973.
				1734 (357th TFS) shot down over Laos 11/4/1969.  Pilot MIA
				1735 shot down by ground fire Oct 25, 1967
				1736 shot down over Laos Jan 11, 1966
				1737 (388th TFW, 469th TFS) struck taxying C-123K 54-0667 while landing at Tan Son Nhut, South Vietnam
					Oct 25, 1967.  Pilot killed, the crew of C-123 OK.
				1738 (MSN D-50) on display at Dyess Linear Air Park, Texas.  In Sept 2003 was painted as 60-517
				1739 on display at American Airpower Heritage Museum (Commemorative Air Force), Midland-Odessa, Texas
				1740 crashed on Nellis gunnery range near Indian Springs, NV Jun 19, 1692 due to control system failure.  Pilot ejected
					successfully.
				1741 shot down by ground fire Jul 7, 1966
				1742 shot down by ground fire Apr 5, 1965
				1743 preserved at Hill AFB, Utah as 61-0743.
				1744 (4520 CCTW) crashed shortly after takeoff from Nellis AFB, NV May 13, 
					1964.  Pilot 1LT Raynor L. Hebert ejected before impact 
					while trying to guide plane away from populated area but 
					did not survive.  Crash killed four civilians plus pilot.
				1745 shot down by ground fire Mar 31, 1967
				1746 (354th TFS) shot down by ground fire 5/25/1966.  Pilot KIA.
				1747 (35th TFS) flew into water on range near Osan AB, South Korea Mar 21, 1967.  Pilot killed.
				1748 shot down by ground fire Jul 17, 1967
				1749 shot down by ground fire Sep 23, 1967
				1750 shot down by ground fire Dec 14, 1967.  Pilot BGen James Sehorn
					became POW.
				1751 (4525 CCTW) Feb 27, 1964 over Nellis range after engine failure.  Pilot ejected safely.
				1752 shot down by ground fire Aug 23, 1967.  Pilot POW
				1753 shot down May 18, 1965.  Pilot MIA.  
				1754 shot down by MiG-17 gunfire Apr 4, 1965.  Pilot nursed his
					crippled aircraft ut over Gulf of Tonkin and ejected, but
					apparently drowned.
				1755 shot down by MiG-17 gunfire Jul 19, 1966.  Pilot MIA
				1756 (335th TFW) crashed due to high sink rate on final Seymour Johnson AFB, May 5, 1962.  Pilot killed.
				1757 (4523 CCTS) flew into ground 35 mi NNE of Beatty, Nevada Mar 3, 1966.   Pilot killed.
59-1758/1774		Republic F-105D-6-RE Thunderchief
				Transfers to MASDC and MSNs from www.amarcexperience.com
				1758 (333rd TFS) shot down over Laos 12/5/1967.  Pilot KIA.
				1759 (MSN D71) to MASDC as FK054 Jul 10, 1981.  Seen in storage
					area of Yanks Air Museum Apr 2007.
				1760 (DC ANG) crashed into Chesapeake Bay, Maryland due to engine failure in flight Feb 23, 1977.  Pilot ejected.
				1761 hit by AAA in vicinity of Cam Pha, E of Haiphong and crashed Jul 15, 1966 off North Vietnam.  Pilot rescued.
				1762 (357th TFS) missing 9/12/1968.  Pilot MIA.  
				1763 (MSN D075) 357th TFS) shot down by AAA 22 mi NW of Thai Nguyen, North Vietnam Aug 14, 1966.  Pilot MIA.  
				1764 (354th TFS) shot down by MiG-17 6 mi N of Hon Me Island, North Vietnam Apr 4, 1965. Pilot KIA.  
				1765 shot down by MiG-17 Jun 23, 1968.  Pilot MIA
				1766 shot down MiG-17 Sept 21, 1966, flown by Lt. Karl Richter.
					Shot down Feb 28, 1967.  Pilot ejected safely and was picked up.
				1767 (23 TFW) crashed short of Schilling AFB, Kansas due to engine failure Jun 28, 1967.  Pilot killed.
				1768 w/o Jan 30, 1967 in crash 35 mi SE of Udorn AB, Thailand.  Pilot OK.
				1769 (MSN D81) to MASDC as FK003 Jul 25, 1973.
				1770 hit by AAA fire over Kep Airfield and crashed into Gulf of Tonkin Aug 21, 1966 off North Vietnam.  Pilot rescued.
				1771 (MSN D83) to MASDC as FK0048 Jun 25, 1981.  To AMVET Post 2256, Circleville, OH for preservation in 1998.  
					The plane at Bolling AFB marked as 59-1771 is actually 61-0138.
				1772 credited with MiG-17 kill on Mar 26, 1967 and MiG-17 on Apr 28, 1967.  Shot down by AAA
					Jan 27, 1970.
				1773 (4523 CCTS) crashed Kanab, Utah May 23, 1963.  Pilot rescued.
				1774 (MSN D86) to MASDC as FK035 Apr 21, 1981
59-1775/1816		cancelled contract for Republic F-105D Thunderchief
59-1817/1826		Republic F-105D-6-RE Thunderchief
				originally ordered as F-105E.  Transfers to MASDC and cns from www.amarcexperience.com  
				1817 (4520 CCTW) w/o near Nellis AFB, NV Apr 1, 1963 in collision
					with civilian aircraft.  Pilot killed.
				1818 (357th TFS) shot down 8/25/1969. Pilot KIA.
				1819 shot down by AAA over Laos May 10, 1966.  Pilot rescued.
				1820 w/o Dec 2, 1966 in crash 15 mi W of Phuc Yen, North Vietnam/Thailand.  Pilot lost.
				1821 (4520 CCTW) crashed Feb 3, 1964 near Currant, NV due to 
					engine failure and subsequent fire.  Pilot 
					ejected safely.
				1822 (MSN D92) flew with nickname "The Polish Glider".  To MASDC as FK030 Feb 26, 1981.  Seen in DMI Aviation 
					yard Aug 28, 2000.  To Imperial War Museum, Duxford, UK
					undergoing restoration.  Dismantled in Hangar 4 at Duxford.  Moved and exhibited in Krakow, Poland, at the 
					Muzeum Lotnictwa Polskiego (Polish Aviation Museum) 2010.
				1823 w/o in crash in Laos Dec 21, 1966.  Pilot OK.
				1824 shot down 10/3/1967.  Pilot KIA.
				1825 shot down 3/15/1967.  Pilot MIA
				1826 (3345h TFS) retracted gear too early on runway at Homestead AFB, FL Aug 23, 1965.  Pilot survived.
59-1827/1842		Cancelled contract for Republic F-105E Thunderchief
59-1843/1873		Cancelled contract for Fairchild SM-73 Bull Goose
59-1874/1895		Northrop SM-62A Snark missiles
				MSN N-3444/3465
59-1896/2202		Boeing/MARC IM-99A Bomarc missiles
				Designation changed to CIM-10A in 1962.
				1897 is on display at WPAFB Museum
				1927 partly disassembled on range 52, Eglin AFB, FL Jan 1977
				1980 was displayed vertically in Liza Jackson Park in Fort Walton Beach, FL from
					1977 to 1993 but was dismounted Apr 1, 1993 when found to have low-level
					radioactive material inside.  Removed to safe storage.
				1984 partly disassembled on range 52, Eglin AFB,FL Jan 1977
				1992 mounted on pole near main gate at Hurlburt Field, FL in mid 1970s through the 1980s.
					Was gone by June 2004.
				2016 had been received fromthe 4751st Air Defense Missile
					Squadron at Hurlburt Field when it went on display at 
					USAF Armaments Museum, Eglin AFB, FL but it
					has been taken down because of thoriated magnesium in its
					structure, which is a fire hazard.
				2051 on display at Peterson Air and Space Museum, Colorado Springs, CO.
59-2203/2231		de Havilland Canada U-1A Otter
				2203 (MSN 340) assigned to 18th Aviation Company, Fort Riley, Kandas, delivered Oct 4, 1959.
					Assigned to 54th Aviation Company, South Vietnam.
					Assigned to 18th Aviation Company, Nha Trang, South Vietnam. SOC Jul71, scrapped at Vung Tau
				2204 (MSN 341) Assigned to 18th Aviation Company, Fort Riley, KS, delivered Oct 4, 1959
					Assigned to 54th Aviation Company, South Vietnam.
					Assigned to 18th Aviation Company, Nha Trang, South Vietnam. SOC Jul 1971, scrapped at Vung Tau
				2205 (MSN 342) Assigned to 18th Aviation Company, Fort Riley, KS, delivered Oct 9, 1959
					Assigned to 18th Aviation Company, Nha Trang, South Vietnam. 
					Assigned to 54th Aviation Company, South Vietnam.
					Forced landed Jun 1968 near Vung Tau and destroyed during recovery by Chinook
				2206 (MSN 343) to N5370G.  Destroyed in crash at Del Rio, Texas May 10, 1978.  Registration expired Dec 31, 2013. 
				2207 (MSN 344) assigned to 54th Aviation Company, South Vietnam. SOC Jul71, scrapped
				2208 (MSN 345)
				2209 (MSN 346) assigned to 18th Aviation Company, Nha Trang, South Vietnam. SOC Sep 1971.
					MAP delivery to Khmer AF as 0-92209 Sep 1971.  WFU by Jul 1973
				2210 (MSN 348) Assigned to 18th Aviation Company.  Assigned to 54th Aviation Company, South Vietnam.
					on civil register as C-GLAB with Wilderness Air Limited, Vermilion Bay, Ontario, Canada.
					To Vazar Dash 3 Turbine Otter
				2211 (MSN 349) MAP delivery to Ethiopian AF as EA-52.  N28NC registered Aug 19, 1995, cancelled Jan 9, 1996
					on export to Canada.  Registered as C-FZDV Sep 23, 1996 with Liard Air Limited, Muncho Lake, 
					British Columbia, Canada.  C-FZDV cancelled Jan 4, 2012.  C-GUDK regiterd Jan 4, 2012, current
					To Vazar Dash 3 Turbine Otter
				2212 (MSN 350) MAP delivery to Ethiopian AF as EA-53.  N24NC registered Aug 19, 1995, cancelled on export to
					Canada Jan 9, 1996. C-FZDW registered Sep 23, 1996, cancelled Dec 20, 2000.  Major parts used in rebuild
					of MSN 274
				2213 (MSN 351) Assigned to 18th Aviation Company, Nha Trang, South Vietnam. SOC Jul 1971.
					MAP delivery to Khmer AF Aug 1971 as 0-92213.  WFU Jun 1973
				2214 (MSN 352)
				2215 (MSN 353) N5335G registered Mar 17, 1976, cancelled Apr 28, 1978 on export to Canada.
					On civil register as C-GVNX with Air Saguenay (1980) Inc of Quebec, Canada
				2216 (MSN 354) assigned to 18th Aviation Company, Nha Trang, South Vietnam.
					Accident May 10, 1967 west of Hue Phu Bai, RVN and destroyed by fire
				2217 (MSN 355) MAP delivery to Khmer AF (no confirmation by Leeker).  C-GOPP registered to Ontario Provincial
					Police.  Sold to Australia 1987/8 and returned to Canada 2 years later.  N53KA reserved but NTU,
					cancelled on export to Canada Mar 26, 1997.  To Canadian civil register as C-GOPP Mar 26, 1997 with 
					Harbour Air Ltd, Richmond, British Columbia, Canada.  Current.  To Vazar Dash 3 Turbine Otter
				2218 (MSN 358)
				2219 (MSN 360)
				2220 (MSN 362) delivered to US Armyu Mar 15, 1960.  To N5321G, C-GLQX, cancelled Jun 27, 2000.
					To civil registry as N362TT Jun 5, 2000, cancelled May 2, 2012 on export to Canada.  Registered C-FMZC
					May 14, 2012.  Current.  To Texas Turbine Super Otter
				2221 (MSN 364) assigned to 54th Aviation Company, South Vietnam.  Destroyed in crash at San Antonio del Tachira Venezuela
					Apr 11, 1969.  Pilot and 2 passengers killed, copilot and crewchief
					survived.
				2222 (MSN 366) N5072F registered Jun 17, 1980, cancelled Jul 9, 1980 on export to Canada.  On civil register 
					as C-GGSC with Air Mont-Laurier (1985) Inc of Riviere-Rouge, Quebec, Canada.  Current
				2223 (MSN 368) MAP delivery to Panama AF as 305.  W/o
				2224 (MSN 371) assigned to 54th Aviatin Company, South Vietnam.  to N83U, cancelled Jan 9, 1998 on export to Canada.  On civil register as C-GEND with 
					Whistler Air Services, Ltd of Whistler, British Columbia, Canada.  Current.  To Vazar Dash 3 Turbine Otter
				2225 (MSN 373) became CF-BEO, then C-FBEO, then VH-OTR.  Restored to Canadian civil registry Feb 2, 2006
					as C-FBEO to Pearce Aero Services of Victoria, BC.  Current
				2226 (MSN 376) on civil register as C-GSUV with West Caribout Air Service Inc of Thunder Bay, Ontarion, Canada.
					To Walter Turbine Otter
				2227 (MSN 378) assigned to 18th Aviation Company, Nha Trang, South Vietnam.  SOC Aug 1971.
					MAP delivery to Khmer AF Sep 1971 as 0-92227.  WFU by Jul 1973
				2228 (MSN 381) assigned to 18th Aviation Company, Nha Trang, South Vietnam.  SOC Jul 1971.  Scrapped Vung Tau
				2229 (MSN 382) to civil registry as N382BH, cancelled on export to Canada Dec 27, 2002.  To Canadian registry 
					Jan 7, 2003 as C-FHAS.  Current
				2230 (MSN 385) delivered to US Army Aug 22, 1960.  Assigned to 572nd Engineer Platoon at Wheelus AB,
					Tripoli, Libya.  To civil registry as N80945.  To Canadian civil registry as C-FDNK, current.
					To Viking Turbo Otter
				2231 (MSN 388)   Assigned to 18th Aviation Company, Nha Trang, South Vietnam.
					Assigned to 54th Aviation Company, South Vietnam.  Accident Jan 1970 and destroyed. Scrapped
59-2232/2243		McDonnell GAM-72-5-MC Quail missiles
				Redesignated ADM-20A in 1963
59-2244/2255		McDonnell GAM-72-10-MC Quail missiles
				Redesignated ADM-20A in 1963
				2245 at Armed Forces and Aerospace Museum, Spokane, WA
				2249 at Air Force Space and Missile Museum, FL
59-2256/2330		Ryan BQM-34A Firebee
59-2331/2336		Vertol CH-21B Workhorse 
				All sold to Canada
59-2337/2427		Douglas SM-75 Thor missiles
				Designation changed to PGM-17 in 1962.
				Redesignated SLV-2D in 1962.  2425/2427 at least built as SLV-2F
				2337 (vehicle number 216) launched Aug 27, 1959.  Success
				2338 (vehicle number 217) launched Sep 12, 1959.  Success
				2339 (vehicle number 218) used as first stage of Thor Agena A to launch Discoverer 9 from
					Vandenberg AFB Feb 4, 1960.  Launch vehicle failed
				2340 (vehicle number 219) used as first stage of Pioneer 5 launched Mar 11, 1960.  Success
				2341 (vehicle number 220) launched from Vandenberg AFB Oct 21, 1959.  Success
				2342 (vehicle number 221) launched Oct 10, 1959.  Success
				2343 (vehicle number 222) lanunced Sep 22, 1959.  Success
				2344 (vehicle number 223) used as first stage of Thor Agena A to launch Discoverer 10 from
					Vandenberg AFB Feb 19, 1960.  Success
				2345 (vehicle number 224) used to launch Thor Burner I (Altair) from Vandenberg AFB
					Jan 18, 1965.  Success.
				2346 (vehicle number 225) launched from Johnston Island Apr 24, 1970.  Success
				2347 (vehicle number 226) launced in Operation Fishbowl from Johnston Island Nov 1, 1962.  Success
				2348 (vehicle number 227) launched from Johnston Island May 28, 1964.  Failure
				2349 (vehicle number 228) launched from Vandenberg AFB Sep 17, 1959.  Success
				2350 (vehicle number 229) launched from Vandenberg AFB Mar 19, 1962.  Failure
				2351 (vehicle number 230) launched Oct 28, 1959.  Success
				2352 (vehicle number 231) used as first stage of Thor Agena A to launch Discoverer 13 from
					Vandenberg AFB Aug 10, 1960.  Success
				2353 (vehicle number 232) used to launch ASSET Sep 18, 1963.  Success
				2354 (vehicle number 233) launched from Vandenberg AFB Jun 22, 1960
				2355 (vehicle number 234) used as first stage of Thor Agena A to launch Discoverer 11 from
					Vandenberg AFB Apr 15, 1960.  Success
				2356 (vehicle number 235) launched Oct 6, 1959.  Success
				2357 (vehicle number 236) launced from Johnston Island Nov 16, 1964.  Success
				2358 (vehicle number 237) used as first stage of Thor Agena A to launch Discoverer 14 from
					Vandenberg AFB Aug 18, 1960.  Success
				2359 (vehicle number 238) launched Nov 3, 1959.  Success
				2360 (vehicle number 239) launched from Vandenberg AFB Oct 10, 1959.  Success
				2361 (vehicle number 240) used to launch ASSET II Mar 24, 1964.  Failure
				2362 (vehicle number 241) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Discoverer 38 from
					Vandenberg AFB Feb 27, 1962.  Success
				2363 (vehicle number 242) launched from Johnston Island Jan 18, 1966.  Success
				2364 (vehicle number 243) launched from Vandenberg AFB Mar 29, 1961.  Success
				2365 (vehicle number 244) launched Nov 19, 1959.  Success
				2366 (vehicle numver 245) used as first stage of Thor Delta Pi 1 to launch TIROS-2 (A2)
					Nov 23, 1960.  Success
				2367 (vehicle number 246) used as first stage of Thor Agena A to launch Discoverer 15 from
					Vandenberg AFB Sep 13, 1960.  Success
				2370 (vehicle number 249) used to launch Thor Burner II Feb 16, 1971.  Success
				2371 (vehicle number 250) used to launch ASSET III Jul 23, 1964.  Success
				2372 (vehicle number 251) used to launch Thor Burner I from Vandenberg AFB.  Failure
				2373 (vehicle number 252) launched from Johnston Island Nov 20, 1968.  Success
				2374 (vehicle number 253) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Discoverer 16 from
					Vandenberg AFB Oct 16, 1960.  Agena second stage failed
				2375 (vehicle number 254) launched Dec 1, 1959.  Partial success
				2376 (vehicle number 255) launched Dec 17, 1959.  Success
				2377 (vehicle number 256) launched Jan 14, 1960.  Success
				2379 (vehicle number 258) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Discoverer 19 from
					Vandenberg AFB Dec 20, 1960.  Success
				2380 (vehicle number 259) launched Feb 9, 1960.  Success
				2381 (vehicle number 260) used to launch ASSET IV Oct 28, 1964
				2382 (vehicle number 206) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Discoverer 21 from
					Vandenberg AFB Feb 18, 1961.  Success
				2384 (vehicle number 263) launched Feb 19, 1960.  Success
				2385 (vehicle number 264) used to launch Thor Burner II Jun 6, 1979.  Success
				2386 (vehicle number 265) launched from Vandenberg AFB Dec 1, 1959.  Success
				2387 (vehicle number 266) used to launch Thor Burner II from Vandenberg AFB Aug 22, 1967.  Success
				2388 (vehicle number 267) launched from Vandenberg AFB Dec 13, 1960. Success
				2389 (vehicle number 268) used to launch Thor Burner II from Vandenberg AFB Oct 11, 1967.  Success
				2390 (vehicle number 269) launched from Vandenberg aFB Jun 18, 1962.  Success
				2391 (vehicle number 270) used as first stage of Thor Delta A-11 Iota to launch Echo 1A
					Aug 12, 1960.  Success
				2392 (vehicle number 271) launched Sep 24, 1970 from Johnston Island
				2393 (vehicle number 272) launched from Vandenberg AFB Feb Mar 3, 1960.  Success.  AT one time wore RAF markings
					and may have been lauched as part of the UK training program.
				2394 (vehicle number 273) used for Thor Delta static display at New York Worlds Fair.
					Now believed to be at the Kennedy Space Center Rocket Garden
				2395 (vehicle number 274) assigned to UK IRBM 437 program
				2396 (vehicle number 275) used to launch Thor Burner IIA from Vandenberg AFB Sep 8, 1974.  Success
				2397 (vehicle number 276) launched from Vandenberg AFB Jun 20, 1961.  Success
				2398 (vehicle number 277) used to launch Thor Burner II from Vandenberg AFB May 22, 1968.  Success
				2399 (vehicle number 278) assigned to UK IRBM 437 program
				2400 (vehicle number 279) used to launch Thor Burner II from Vandenberg AFB Jul 22, 1969.  Success
				2401 (vehicle number 280) tested to destruction in NASA vibration test.
				2403 (vehicle number 282) used to launch Thor Burner I (Altair) from Vandenberg AFB
					May 20, 1965.  Success
				2405 (vehicle number 284) assigned to UK IRBM 437 program
				2406 (vehicle number 285) assigned to UK IRBM 437 program
				2407 (vehicle number 286) used as first stage of Thor Delta Rho 1 to launch TIROS 3 (A3)
					Jul 12, 1961.  Success
				2408 (vehicle number 287) used to lauch Thor Burner II Feb 11, 1970 from Vandenberg AFB.  Success
				2409 (vehicle number 288) used to launch Thor Burner II from Vandenberg AFB Sep 2, 1970
				2410 (vehicle number 289) launched from Johnston Island Jul 2, 1966.  Success
				2411 (vehicle number 290) launched from Johnston Island Apr 21, 1964.  Success
				2412 (vehicle number 291) used to launch Thor Burner IIA from Vandenberg AFB Oct 17, 1973
				2413 (vehicle number 292) assigned to UK IRBM 437 program
				2415 (vehicle number 294) used to launch Thor Burner IIA from Vandenberg AFB Sep 11, 1972.  Success
				2416 (vehicle number 295) used as first stage of Thor Delta P-14 to launch Explorer 10
					Mar 25, 1961.
				2417 (vehicle number 296) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Discoverer 18 from
					Vandenberg AFB Dec 7, 1960.  Success
				2418 (vehicle number 297) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Discoverer 17 from
					Vandenberg AFB Nov 12, 1960.  Success
				2419 (vehicle number 298) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Discoverer 20 from
					Vandenberg AFB Feb 17, 1961.  Success
				2420 (vehicle number 299) launched from Johnston Island Feb 14, 1964.  Success
				2421 (vehicle number 300) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Discoverer 22 from
					Vandenberg AFB Mar 30, 1961.  Agena second stage failed
				2422 (vehicle number 301) used as first stage of Thor Delta 8 to launch OSO-1 Mar 17, 1962.  Success
				2423 (vehicle number 302) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Discoverer 24 from
					Vandenberg AFB Jun 8, 1961.  Success
				2424 (vehicle number 303) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Discoverer 25 from
					Vandenberg AFB Jun 16, 1961.  Success
				2425 (vehicle number 304) used to launch Thor Burner II from Vandenberg AFB Jul 15, 1980.  Failure
				2427 (vehicle number 306) used to launch Thor Burner I (Altair) from Vandenberg AFB
					Mar 17, 1965.  Success
59-2428/2463		Convair B-58A-10-CF Hustler
				MSN 31/66.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2428 first B-58 with operational tail gun.  First flight Sep59
					Assigned to 6592nd Test Squadron, Carswell AFB, TX.
					Assigned to 43rd Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX. Later to Little Rock AFB, AR 1Dec59
					To MASDC as BQ0057 1/8/70.  Scrapped Jul 6, 1977
				2429 assigned to 43rd Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX. Later to Little Rock AFB, AR.  Named ‘The Pulaski Hustler’.
					To MASDC as BQ034 12/18/69.  Scrapped Aug 2, 1977.
				2430 delivered to USAF 10Feb60.  Assigned to 43rd Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX. Later to Little Rock AFB, AR.
					Assigned to 305th Bombardment Wing, Bunker Hill, later Grissom AFB, IN.
					To MASDC as BQ069 1/13/70.  Scrapped Aug 10, 1977
				2431 assigned to 6592nd Test Squadron, Carswell AFB, TX.
					Assigned to 43rd Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX. Later to Little Rock AFB, AR.
					To MASDC as BQ012 12/8/69.  Scrapped Jun 29, 1977
				2432 assigned to 43rd Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX. Later to Little Rock AFB, AR.
					Named ‘Regal Beagle.  To MASDC as BQ037 12/19/69.  Scrapped Aug 1, 1977
				2433 assigned to 43rd Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX. Later to Little Rock AFB, AR.
					Named ‘Now or Never’.  To MASDC as BQ051 12/19/69.  Scrapped Jul 20, 1977
				2434 assigned to 43rd Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX. Later to Little Rock AFB, AR.  Named ‘Cannonball’.
					To MASDC as BQ032 12/17/69.  Scrapped Jun 27, 1977.
				2435 assigned to 6592nd Test Squadron, Carswell AFB, TX for pod drop testing.  Named ‘Shackbuster’.
					Assigned to 43rd Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX. Later to Little Rock AFB, AR.
					To MASDC as BQ052 1/7/70.  Scrapped Jun 27, 1977.
				2436 delivered to USAF 1Aug60.  Assigned to 43rd Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX. Later to Little Rock AFB, AR.
					To MASDC as BQ061 1/9/70.  Scrapped Jul 5, 1977.
				2437 assigned to 43rd Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX. Later to Little Rock AFB, AR.  Named ‘Firefly II’.
					Named ‘Rigley’s Baby’.  Permanently grounded due to damage after main gear strut failure during landing at Little 
					Rock AFB, 7/16/68.  Remained derelict at Little Rock AFB for several years.  Put on display at Kelly AFB.  In 2001 
					Kelly AFB closed and the runway and land west of the runway became Kelly Field Annex.  Parts were shifted to 
					Lackland AFB.  Kelly AFB is now known as Kelly USA and is an industrial/business park.  The plane was to move 
					either to Little Rock AFB or to Barksdale AFB.  It is still at what used to be the main gate of Kelly AFB.  	
					Noted Oct 14, 2004 preserved at Lackland AFB, Texas.  Still there Jun 2009.
				2438 assigned to 43rd Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX. Later to Little Rock AFB, AR.
					To MASDC as BQ038 12/19/69.  Scrapped May 25, 1977
				2439 Bailed to Convair, Fort Worth/Carswell AFB, TX for ground suspended vibration tests and flutter analysis. 
					Assigned to 43rd Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX. Later to Little Rock AFB, AR.
					To MASDC as BQ064 1/12/70.  Scrapped Aug 1, 1977.
				2440 assigned to 43rd Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX. Later to Little Rock AFB, AR.
					To MASDC as BQ056 1/8/70.  Scrapped Jan 8, 1970
				2441 assigned to 43rd Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX. Later to Little Rock AFB, AR.  Named ‘Road Runner’.
					Set three speed-with-payload records, by flying at average speed of 1284.73 mph over 1000-km 
					course Jan 14, 1961.  Awarded 1961 Thompson Trophy.
					To MASDC as BQ044 1/5/70.  Scrapped Jan 5, 1970
				2442 assigned to 43rd Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX. Later to Little Rock AFB, AR.  Named ‘Untouchable’.
					Participated in Operation Quick Step 12Jan61 and set world records for class. The aircraft flew from Carswell 
					Air Force Base, Texas to Edwards Air Force Base, California. There, it flew two laps of a 1,000 kilometer 
					circuit between Edwards and Yuma, establishing six new Fédération Aéronautique Internationale (FAI) speed 
					records at an average of 1,708.82 kilometers per hour (1,061.81 miles per hour) carrying a payload.
					To MASDC as BQ003 11/12/69.  Scrapped Aug 9, 1977
				2443 assigned to 43rd Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX. Later to Little Rock AFB, AR.  Named ‘Bye Bye Birdie’.
 					Destroyed Jun 15, 1965 at Le Bourget Field, Paris due to under-shooting during final landing approach.  Arrived 
					late at Paris/LeBourget for the Paris Air Show with much fuel still on board.  As flying display was about to start,
					pilot was given the option of diverting elsewhere or making an immediate overweight landing.  He chose the latter, but
					aircraft touched down short of runway.  Pilot was killed
				2444 assigned to 43rd Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX. Later to Little Rock AFB, AR.  Named ‘Lucky Lady V’.
					Damaged May 20, 1965 near Little Rock AFB, Arkansas when nose gear failed
					to extend.  Plane flew alongside the runway and jettisoned the pod prior to landing. 
					Erroneously identified as 58-1016.  Repaired at Little Rock AFB and returned to service.
					To MASDC as BQ017 12/10/69.  Scrapped May 27, 1977.
				2445 assigned to 43rd Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX. Later to Little Rock AFB, AR.  Named ‘Sno White’.
					To MASDC as BQ031 12/17/69.  Scrapped Jun 28, 1977.
				2446 assigned to 43rd Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX. Later to Little Rock AFB, AR.
					To MASDC as BQ001 11/3/69.  Scrapped Jul 19, 1977.
				2447 Assigned to 43rd Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX. Later to Little Rock AFB, AR.  Named ‘Rapid Rabbit’
					Destroyed Feb 15, 1962 38 mi E of Lawton, OK.  Loss of control due to Mach and airspeed system malfunction
					during normal flight.  Crew ejected
				2448 assigned to 43rd Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX. Later to Little Rock AFB, AR.
					To MASDC as BQ009 11/20/69.  Scrapped May 27, 1977
				2449 assigned to 43rd Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX. Later to Little Rock AFB, AR.  Named ‘Hobo 49’.
					To MASDC as BQ068 1/13/70.  Scrapped Jul 12, 1977
				2450 assigned to 43rd Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX. Later to Little Rock AFB, AR.
					To MASDC 1/15/70.  Scrapped Jun 16, 1977.
				2451 assigned to 43rd BW, Carswell AFB, Texas, later to Little Rock AFB, AR.  Named "The Firefly".
					Set speed record of 1302.048 mph over 669 mile closed course on 5/10/61 to win Bleriot Trophy
					Set New York to Paris speed record of 3 hrs 19 mins 51 sec at average speed of 1089.36 mph 
					5/26/61.  Crew awarded Mackay and Harmon Trophies for this flight.
					Destroyed Jun 3, 1961 during Paris Air Show near Le Bourget Field, Paris during attempted low-altitude 
					aerobatic flight.  Crew of 3 killed.
				2452 assigned to 43rd Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX. Later to Little Rock AFB, AR.
					To MASDC as BQ059 1/9/70.  Scrapped May 27, 1977
				2453 assigned to 43rd Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX. Later to Little Rock AFB, AR.  Named ‘Top Cat’.
					To MASDC 1/5/70. Scrapped Aug 22, 1977 
				2454 assigned to 43rd Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX. Later to Little Rock AFB, AR.
					Accident at Little Rock AFB, AR due to structural failure of the aircraft forward fuselage section while 
					taxiing. Repaired and returned to service.  Named ‘Wild Child Patches’.
					To MASDC as BQ073 1/14/70.  Scrapped Aug 23, 1977
				2455 assigned to 43rd Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX. Later to Little Rock AFB, AR.
					To MASDC 1/15/70.  Scrapped Jun 30, 1977
				2456 assigned to Edwards AFB, CA. Used for sonic boom studies Sep61 to 1Mar62.
					Assigned to 6512th Test Squadron, Air Force Systems Command (AFSC), Edwards AFB, CA. 
					Set a 26,017.93 meter altitude record while carrying a 5,000kg payload.
					Assigned to 43rd Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX. Later to Little Rock AFB, AR.
					To MASDC as BQ015 Dec 9, 1969,  Scrapped Jun 1, 1977.
				2457 assigned to 43rd Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX. Later to Little Rock AFB, AR.
					To MASDC 1/8/70.  Scrapped Jun 27, 1977.
				2458 assigned to 43rd Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX. Later to Little Rock AFB, AR.  Named ‘Cowtown Hustler’.
					Set transcontinental speed record 03/05/62 by flying nonstop from Los Angeles
					to New York and back again.  First leg at average speed of 1214.71 mph,
					return leg at average speed of 1081.77 mph.  Return leg was first transcontinental flight
					that moved across the country faster than the rotational speed of the earth.
					Crew awarded Bendix and Mackay Trophies.  Now on display at WPAFB Museum, Dayton, OH.
				2459 assigned to 43rd Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX. Later to Little Rock AFB, AR
					Destroyed Mar 5, 1962 at Carswell AFB, TX due to mechanical failure
					of flight control system.   Three crew killed.
				2460 assigned to 43rd Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX. Later to Little Rock AFB, AR.
					To MASDC as BQ007 11/18/69.  Scrapped Jun 6, 1977
				2461 assigned to 43rd Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX.
					Assigned to 305th Bombardment Wing, Bunker Hill, later Grissom AFB, IN 11May61.  Named ‘Hoosier Hustler’.
					To MASDC as BQ074 1/14/70.  Scrapped Aug 19, 1977
				2462 assigned to 305th Bombardment Wing, Bunker Hill AFB, IN.  Destroyed Apr 12, 1962 near Bunker Hill
					AFB, IN due to control system failure during takeoff.  One crew killed.
				2463 assigned to 43rd Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX. Later to Little Rock AFB, AR/  Named ‘The Heart of Dixie’
					To MASDC as BQ002 11/7/69.  Scrapped Jun 10, 1977
59-2464/2534		Martin TM-76B Mace missiles
				Redesignated CGM-13B in 1962.
59-2535/2538		Beech L-23D-BH Seminole 
				Redesignated U-8D in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2535 converted to RU-8D.  With Michigan Institute of Aeronautics at Willow Run Airport in Jun 1992.
				2536 (MSN LH-193) converted in 1958/59 to RL-23D and amended to
					MSN LHD-1.  Later converted to U-8G. To MASDC as UB066 Apr 13, 1979, 
					then to 3U0013 (Navy, serial 592536) Nov 12, 1980.  Became N5071N
				2537 (MSN LH-194) converted in 1958/59 to RL-23D and amended to
					MSN LHD-2.  Later converted to U-8G.  To MASDC as UB006 Ap4 27, 1978,
					then to 3U0014 (Navy, serial 592537) Nov 12, 1980.  Became N50736
				2538 converted in 1958/59 to RL-23D.  Later converted to U-8G. To MASDC as
					UB032 Aug 30, 1978, then to 3U0015 (Navy, serial 592538) Nov 12, 1980
59-2539/2557		Lockheed XRM-81 Agena
				Used as upper stage with SLV-2 Thor, SLV-3 Atlas, and SLV-5 Titan boosters to launch a variety of military
					and civilian payloads into orbit.  Peter M Bowers' US Military Aircraft since 1908 and the Twin Bonanza Clum
					lists 59-2539/2543 as being RL-23D/RU-8Ds
59-2558/2563		North American F-100F-15-NA Super Sabre 
				MSN 262-1/6.  For MDAP
				2558 (MSN 262-1) to Royal Danish AF Feb 12, 1961 as 92558, code GT-558.  W/o Feb 25, 1976 at Jevenstedt,
					Germany
				2559 (MSN 262-2) to Turkish AF Apr 9, 1962 as 59-2559
				2560 (MSN 262-3) to Turkish AF Apr 9, 1962 as 59-2560
				2561 (MSN 262-4) to Republic of China AF as 92558, code 0010.  WFU.
				2562 (MSN 262-5) to Turkish AF Aug 13, 1960 as 59-2562
				2563 (MSN 262-6) to Turkish AF Aug 14, 1960 as 59-2563
59-2564/2575		Boeing B-52G-120-BW Stratofortress
				MSN 464327/464338.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2564 (2nd BW, 596th BS) 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 BC376 8/8/91.  Scrapped by 8/28/2000.
				2565 named "Big Smoo II" with 2nd BW in Jun 1990.  To AMARC as BC445 10/12/93
				2566 to AMARC as BC414 9/16/92
				2567 (MSN 464330) named "Rushin' Nightmare" with 410th BW Jul 1991.  To AMARC as BC423 10/22/92
				2568 to AMARC as BC432 11/24/92
				2569 to AMARC as BC467 2/15/94.  Scrapped at AMARC Aug 2013.
				2570 named "Ole Baldy" with 62nd BS, 2nd BW in Jun 1990.  To AMARC as BC461 1/24/94
				2571 to AMARC as BC366 4/30/91
				2572 to AMARC as BC457 1/11/94
				2573 to AMARC as BC449 10/26/93
				2574 crashed May 8, 1972 at Griffiss AFB.  Aquaplaned during landing.
				2575 (MSN 464338) named "Large Marge"  woth 93rd BW in Apr 1989.to AMARC as BC375 8/6/91.  Scrapped
59-2576/2587		Boeing B-52G-125-BW Stratofortress
				MSN 464339/464350.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2576 (4038th SW, 341st BS) crashed March 30, 1961 near Denton, NC after losing control during
					aerial refueling attempt.  Crew was ordered to bail out.  Out of the 8 on board, only 6 had
					ejector seats and just two of the five who ejected survived.  A massive explosion occurred when 
					the bomber crashed to the ground.  Reason for loss of control unknown.
				2577 retired by 12/93.  Now serving as gate guard at entrance to Grand Forks AFB, North Dakota
				2578 (MSN 464341) named "Iron Fortress" with 82nd TRW at Sheppard AFB Sep 1994.
					Converted to GB-52G ground instruction machine at Sheppard AFB, TX.  To be moved to Minot AFB, ND for display.  
					Plans for static display at Minot apparently fell through since it was scrapped at Sheppard AFB, TX Aug 22, 2010.
				2579 to AMARC as BC395 11/12/91.  Scrapped by 8/28/2000.  The cockpit section is at Southern Utah Air Museum.
				2580 (MSN 464343) named "Sheriff's Posse" with 2nd BW Apr 1991.  To AMARC as BC400 7/6/92.  Scrapped
				2581 to AMARC as BC419 10/8/92  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				2582  (2nd BW, 596th BS) 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 BC380 8/27/91.  Scrapped
				2583 to AMARC as BC417 10/1/92.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				2584 on display at Museum of Flight, Seattle, Washington
				2585 named "Swashbuckler" with 69th BS, 42nd BW in May 1990.  To AMARC as BC0441 4/15/93
				2586 to AMARC 4/22/94 as BC479.  Transferred to NASA.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				2587 to AMARC as BC0336 1/4/90
59-2588/2602		Boeing B-52G-130-BW Stratofortress
				MSN 464351/464365.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2588 named "Eagles Wrath" with 2nd BW in Jun 1990.  To AMARC as BC476 4/5/94.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				2589 (MSN 464352) named "Darkest Hour" with 379t BWE Feb 1991.  To AMARC as BC398 6/17/92
				2590 (MSN 464353) named "Better Duck II" with 2nd BW Jun 1991.  To AMARC as BC402 7/13/92
				2591 to AMARC as BC399 6/19/92.  Scrapped
				2592 to AMARC as BC338 2/7/90
				2593 crashed 2/3/91 into Indian Ocean 15 miles
					north of Diego Garcia after Desert Storm mission.
					Officially blamed on electrical failure, but
					there are rumors that combat damage was 
					responsible.  Three crewmembers ejected safely,
					three others ejected out of the envelope and were 
					killed.
				2594 to AMARC as BC421 10/15/92.  Nose art panel (Memphis Belle
					III) on display at USAF Museum, WPAFB, OH.  Rest scrapped.
				2595 (MSN 464358) named "Northern Howler with 42nd BW in Apr 1989.  To AMARC as BC470 2/24/94.  
					Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				2596 (MSN 464359) on display at the Darwin Aviation Museum in August 1991 and named “No Buff to Tuff”. Currently
					named “Darwin’s Pride”.   On display at Australian Aviation Heritage Center, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia
				2597 destroyed Nov 29, 1982 in post-landing
					fire in hydraulic system at Castle AFB.  After the aircraft landed,
					leaking hydraulic fluid from a brake line ignited due to the hot
					brakes, which starteda fire in the forward wheel well.  The crew 
					managed to evacuate before the fuel tanks blew.
				2598 (MSN 464361) named "Without Warning" with 42nd BW in Sep 1988.  To AMARC as BC458 1/13/94.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				2599 to AMARC as BC474 3/15/94.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				2600 (72nd SW(P)) crashed July 7, 1972 shortly after takeoff from 
					Andersen AFB, Guam in bad weather.  Improperly-secured chin radome flew
					off and aircraft became unstable. 
				2601 on display at Langley AFB, Virginia. 
				2602 (MSN 464365) named “Yankee Doodle II” with 2nd Wing in April 1992.  to AMARC as BC424 Nov 27, 1992.  
					Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
59-2603/2620		Grumman AO-1A Mohawk 
				Redesignated OV-1A in 1962. For US Army.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2603 crashed Vinh Long, SVN Dec 11, 1963.
				2604 acquired at unknown date by Aero Enterprises, Inc and certified as airworthy Nov 4, 1992
					and issued civil registry as N4235Z Mar 27, 2006.  Sold Mar 2006 to Planes of Fames Air Museum.  
				2605 crashed Apr 22, 1964, Ft. Benning, GA
				2606 to MASDC as YA002 Jun 25, 1971.   To N72606.  Seen in DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.
				2607 crashed Jun 16, 1965.
				2608 to MASDC as YA056 Jun 6, 1973.  To N72608.  Seen in DMI Aviation yard 8/28/2000.
				2609 destroyed in fire Sept 1976
				2610 destroyed in fire Sept 1976
				2611 crashed May 23, 1963, Blakely, GA.
				2612 grounded at Ft. Eustis, VA as maintenance trainer
				2613 crashed May 17, 1964, Jesup, GA.
				2614 destroyed by fire Sept 1976
				2615 crashed May 31, 1971 in Laos
				2616 crashed Nov 24, 1969 in Vietnam
				2617 to civil registry as N75207.  Now on pedestal at At. Francis, MN.
				2618 to MASDC as YA075 Nov 19, 1973.  Scrapped Feb 1975 
				2619 grounded Nov 1960 as maintenance trainer.
				2620 to MASDC as YA060 Jun 12, 1973.  Scrapped Jun 1973.
59-2621/2637		Grumman AO-1B Mohawk  
				Redesignated OV-1B in 1962.  For US Army.  Build numbers 1B/17B.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2621 (1B) to MASDC as YA040 Oct 27, 1972.  In Jan 2007 was at Air
					Museum, Palm Springs RAP, CA
				2622 (2B) to MASDC as YA104, then to HK002 and used as range target Apr 1986.
				2623 (3B) to MASDC as YA054 Mar 20, 1973, then to HK001 and used as range target Mar 1973.
				2624 (4B) crashed Ft. Worth, TX Dec 15, 1964.
				2625 (5B) to US Navy as 592625.  Crashed Apr 28, 1983
				2626 (6B) crashed Oct 12, 1967, Germany
				2627 (7B) used by Naval Test Pilot School at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland, returned to US Army
					To MASDC as YA087 Jul 31, 1978, then to HK005 and used as range target Sep 1978. 
				2628 (8B) to MASDC as YA027 Aug 15, 1972, then to HK003 and used as range target May 1972.
				2629 (9B) on display at American Wings Air Museum, Anoka, MN.
				2630 (10B) to MASDC as YA078 May 18, 1977.
				2631 (11B) to MASDC as YA078 May 18, 1977.  To static display at US Army Aviation Museum, Ft. Rucker, AL in 1985.  Sold to a private 
					party in 1986 and sold again in 1999 to the Army Aviation
					Heritage Foundation as N631HF
				2632 (12B) crashed Jul 12, 1962, SVN.
				2633 (MSN 86/13B) to JOV-1B.  To MASDC as YA076 Apr 3, 1974
				2634 (14B) crashed Phu Bai, SVN Nov 26, 1971.
				2635 (15B) crashed Mar 5, 1970, Ft. Huachuca, AZ
				2636 (16B) to MASDC as YA055 May 18, 1973, then to HK0004 and used as range target Jun 1973 at Ft McCoy, WI
				2637 (17B) to US Navy as 592637 and used by Naval Test Pilot School at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland, returned to US Army.
					Scrapped Sept 1988 Avcrad, MS. 
59-2638/2645		Chrysler SM-78 Jupiter missiles
				designation changed to PGM-19 in 1962
59-2646/2674		cancelled contract
59-2675/2786		Hiller H-23D-UH Raven
				Redesignated OH-23D in 1962.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				2677 to MASDC as XG266 Aug 3, 1972.  To N67087
				2678 to MASDC as XG203 Apr 11, 1972.  To N62417.
				2679 to MASDC as XG254 Jun 21, 1972.  To N67165
				2682 to MASDC as XG213 May 4, 1972.  To N9634A
				2683 to MASDC as XG255 Jun 21, 1972.  To N62389
				2684 to MASDC as XG360 Dec 21, 1972.
				2689 to MASDC as XG271 Sep 1, 1972.  To N689HS
				2694 to MASDC as XG396 Mar 22, 1973.  TO N67117
				2699 to MASDC as XG290 Oct 15, 1972.  To N67098
				2700 to MASDC as XG350 Dec 15, 1972
				2701 to MASDC as XG411 Jun 1, 1973
				2703 to MASDC as XG276 Sep 5, 1972.  To N65155
				2704 to MASDC as XG264 Aug 3,1972.  To N87595
				2708 to N93199.
				2712 to MASDC as XG412 Jun 1, 1973.  To N62397
				2713 to MASDC as XG393 Mar 22, 1973.  To N67088
				2715 to MASDC as XG354 Dec 18, 1972.   
				2719 to MASDC as XG351 Dec 15, 1972.
				2720 to MASDC as XG180 Mar 10, 1972.
				2721 to MASDC as XG064 Nov 10, 1971.
				2724 to MASDC as XG265 Aug 3, 1972.  To N62346
				2726 to MASDC as XG306 Oct 25, 1972.  To N2297W
				2728 to MASDC as XG344 Dec 4, 1972.  To N48263
				2729 to MASDC as XG179 Oct 3, 1972
				2730 to MASDC as XG178 Mar 8, 1972
				2731 to MASDC as XG277 Sep 5, 1972.  To N65277
				2732 to MASDC as XG391 Mar 3, 1973.  To N99262
				2733 to MASDC as XG326 Nov 21, 1972.  To N48313
				2735 to MASDC as XG225 May 12, 1972.  To N24TT
				2736 to MASDC as XG394 Mar 22, 1973
				2739 to MASDC as XG305 Oct 25, 1972.  To N1043L
				2743 to MASDC as XG410 Jun 1, 1973.  To N62381
				2748 to MASDC as XG367 Jan 14, 1973.  To N62380
				2749 to MASDC as XG368 Jan 20, 1973.  To N62372
				2754 to MASDC as XG372 Jan 30, 1973.  To N62456
				2764 to MASDC as XG231 May 13, 1972.  To N87744
				2767 (MSN 1247) to MASDC as XG253 Jun 17, 1972.  To civil registry as N62347
				2770 to MASDC as XG258 Jul 27, 1972.  To N135CB
				2773 to MASDC as XG304 Oct 25, 1972
				2774 to MASDC as XG339 Nov 28, 1972
				2779 to MASDC as XG270 Sep 1, 1972.  To N87978
				2781 to MASDC as XG395 Feb 22, 1973.
				2782 to MASDC as XG363 Jan 13, 1973.  To N81959
				2783 to civil registry as N686P.
				2786 to MASDC as XG364 Jan 13, 1973.  To N100HH
59-2787/2790		Hiller H-23F-UH Raven
				redesignated OH-23F in 1962
59-2791/2867		North American GAM-77 Hound Dog missiles
				2791 at South Dakota Air and Space Museum, Ellsworth AFB, SD.
				2866 at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
59-2868/2872		North American T-39A-1-NA Sabreliner 
				MSN 265-1/5
				2868,2869,2872 converted to CT-39A.
				2868 (MSN 265-1) had civilian registration of N2259V, but may never have 
					flown as such.  Converted to CT-39A.  to MASDC as TC033.  Displayed at Kirtland AFB, New Mexico.
				2869 (MSN 265-2) had civilian registration of N4999G, but may never have
					flown as such.  Converted to CT-39A. Stored at Memphis Airport, TN.
				2870 (MSN 265-3) converted to NT-39A under Project Little Crow for use as ECM threat simulator.  
					To AMARC Aug 21, 2003 as TG0105
				2871 (MSN 265-4) fitted with radiological test equipment for Project "Have Doughnut"
					W/o Nov 13, 1969 at Eglin AFB, FL.
				2872 (MSN 265-5) was allocated civilregistration of N2296C, but may never have flown as such.  
					Converted to CT-39A, later to T-39F.  To AMARC as TG015 Jul 6, 1988.  
59-2873/2874		North American T-39B-1-NA Sabreliner
				MSN 270-1/2.  NASAAR/Doppler trainer version.
				2873 converted to NT-39A under Project Little Crow for use as ECM threat simulator.  In storage at USN Museum 
					of Armament and Technology, China Lake
				2874 (T-39B) to AMARC as TG0103 Mar 6, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
59-2875/4141		Radioplane OQ-19B drones
59-4142/4856		Martin AGM-12 Bullpup missiles
59-4857/4910		Martin TM-76 Mace missiles
				designation changed to CGM-13 in 1962.
				4860 at USAF Armament Museum, Eglin AFB, FL.
				4868 was at the Air Defense Weapons Center at Tyndall AFB, FL, moved
					to Panacea, FL by May 1977.
				4870 in 201 was being restored by Indiana Military Museum, Vincennes, Indiana.
				4871 seen wingless at New Smyrna Beach Apt, FL in 2006
59-4911/4972		Bell H-13H-BF Sioux
				MSN 2494/2555.  Redesignated OH-13H in 1962.
				4914 to Spanish Army as Z.7A-52
				4917 to Spanish Army
				4928  Was N70SU, became N70SQ and is now registered as N911X
				4929 to Spanish Army.  Noted Jan 2008 preserved as Spanish Army Z.7A-64 at Museo Militar de Almeida, Calle
					San Isidro, Santa Cruz de Tenerife
				4936 sold to Italy
				4939  Was N80SU, became N80SQ and is still registered as that
				4944 to Hellenic AF.  On display at Hellenic AF Museum, Dekelia AB, Athens, Greece
				4947 to Spanish Army as Z.7A-44
				4949 (MSN 2522) to civil registry as N80SQ and noted on display Mar 2014 at Memorial Museum of the Veterans
					of Arizona, Maricopa as 138734
				4950 to Spanish Army as Z.7A-45
				4953 to Spanish Army as Z.7A-50
				4958 to Spanish Army as Z.7A-51
				4959 to Spanish Army as Z.7A-53
				4960 to N27MP
				4964 to Greek AF
				4971(MSN 2554) converted to NOH-13H, to US Navy as 594971.  Sold as N12248
59-4973/4974		Sikorsky H-19D-5-SI Chickasaw
				For US Army.  Redesignated UH-19D in 1962.
				4973 (MSN 551277) delivered to US Army Aviation Oct 12, 1959.  To MASDC as XB071.  Noted at California Army 
					National Guard Museum, San Luis Obispo, CA Fall 2003 fitted with boom from 56-1547
				4974 (MSN 551278) delivered to US Army Aviation Oct 12, 1959.  To Mesa.  Stored at Chandler Memorial AP, Arizona.
					Moved to storage at Casa Grande, Arizona c2007.
59-4975			Avro VZ-9 Avrocar
				On display at US Army Transportation Museum, Ft. Eustis, VA. 
59-4976/4981		Martin TM-76 Mace missiles
				Designation changed to CGM-13 in 1962.
59-4982/4986		Boeing-Vertol YHC-1B-BV Chinook
				Vertol Aircraft Corporation Model 114.  MSN B-1/B-5.  Redesignated YCH-47A in 1962.
				4982 accepted by the US Army Oct 26, 1962.  On July 12, 1961, the aircraft was involved in a major 
					accident at Philadelphia. As the aircraft was running up on the ramp, the decoupling device 
					in the combining gearbox failed, dephasing the two rotors and causing them to strike each other. 
					Total damage was done to the rotor system and the fore and aft pylons suffered extensive 
					structural damage. Repairs were completed in November but the aircraft never flew.
					Bailed to Vertol as a test bed and used for endurance testing
					Transferred to Aberdeen Proving Ground where it was used for ballistic tests.
					Tested to destruction in 1971. SOC May 19, 1972
				4983 Accepted by the US Army 24Apr 24, 1962
					First Chinook to fly. First hover Sep 21, 1961; first flight 1Oct 19, 1961
					Bailed to Vertol for testing.  Assigned to US Army Transportation School, Fort Eustis, VA 
					used as a GIA in the 67U maintenance course.  SOC Apr 11, 1975 Sold to SECO Aviation Company 
					as N97645 on Dec 7, 1992.  sale reported Jan 17, 2008, cancelled Mar 26, 2013
					In 2000, the aircraft was scrapped; the cockpit section was used by CAE to build a Chinook 
					simulator for the Royal Air Force at the Medium Support Helicopter Aircrew Training Facility 
					(MSHATF), RAF Benson, England. 
				4984 accepted by the US Army Jan 17, 1964. Modified and designated YCH-47B.
					Used as a flying test bed for the CH-47B design and first flew in that configuration on Sep 9, 1966.
					Assigned to US Army Transportation School, Fort Eustis, VA 1970 as a GIA in the 67U maintenance course.  
					SOC Apr 11, 1975.  Sold to SECO Aviation Company as N94368 Dec 7, 1992.  In 2007 was at
					Army Transportation Museum, Ft Eustis, VA.  Restored by Summit Aviation, Middletown, Delaware for Army
					Transportation Museum in 2014.
				4985 accepted by the US Army Apr 24, 1962. Used for joint Air Force/Army adverse weather and extreme 
					temperature testing at Eglin AFB from Jun 6 through Sep 4, 1962. 
					The aircraft was tested in the Climatic Laboratory.  SOC Apr 11, 1975
				4986 accepted by the US Army Aug 29, 1963.  Used for flight development work by Vertol at Philadelphia
					Assigned to US Army Transportation School, Fort Eustis, VA used as a GIA in the 67U maintenance 
					course for sheet metal training.  SOC Apr 11, 1975.  Transferred to the Air-Mech-Strike Study Group 
					in Waverly Hill, Georgia and underwent limited restoration.  As of Feb 2006, the aft pylon for this 
					aircraft was seen at Fort Indiantown Gap, Pennsylvania in the Defense Material Reutilization 
					Office (DMRO) area about to be disposed of as scrap.  Fuselage on display at Waverly Hill, Georgia
				B-6 used for destructive tests, no Army serial number assigned.
59-4987/4989		Northrop N-156F Freedom Fighter
				MSN N.6001/6003.  Later redesignated YF-5A-NO in 1962
				4987 at Seattle Museum of Flight
				4988 in scrap lot at El Mirage, CA.  Since early 1990s, has been
					with the Aviation Warehouse at Adelanto, CA, a company which
					specializes in supplying props to the TV and film industry.
				4989 on display at WPAFB Museum
59-4990/4992		Beech RL-23D-BH Seminole
				MSN LH.196/198.  Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com
				Redesignated U-8D in 1962.
				4990 (MSN LH.196) converted to U-8G.  To MASDC as UB026 Jun 20, 1978, to 3U016 (US Navy, serial 5949990) Nov 12, 1980.
					Registration N9183F reserved for South Seattle Community College Oct 23, 1987.  
					Finally taken up Sep 14, 2003
				4991 converted to RU-8D.  Displayed as 92540 at National Vigilance Memorial Park, Fort Meade, Maryland.
59-4993			Northrop N-156F Freedom Fighter
				static airframe MSN N.6000.  Later redesignated XF-5A in 1962
59-4994/5023		Lockheed F-104F Starfighter
				MSN 483-5047/5076.  For West German Luftwaffe.
				4994 to Luftwaffe as BF+011, later BB+375, 29+01
				4995 to Luftwaffe as BF+362, later 29+02  
				4996 to Luftwafe as BB+362, later 29+03.  Now displayed at
					Deutsches Museum-Flugwerft Schleissheim, Munich, Germany.
				4997 to Luftwaffe as BB+363, later 29+04
				4998 to Luftwaffe as BB+364.  Crashed Aug 17, 1965 after broken
					right landing gear strut during night landing with too high
					a sink rate at Jever AB.  Aircraft went down at sea at
					Wangerland after 2 crew ejected.
				4999 to Luftwaffe as BB+365.  Crashed Jun 19, 1962 with 3 F-104F
					(59-5004, 59-5019, 59-5021) after disorentation of leader
					at Norvenich AB, Germany.  Pilot killed.
				5000 to Luftwaffe as BB+366.  Crashed on takeoff at Norvenich AB
					Jan 25, 1962.  Pilot killed.
				5001 to Luftwaffe as BB+367, later 29+05.  As 29+05 preserved in April 2013 at 
					Von Seydlitz Kaserne, Kalkar, Germany 
				5002 to Luftwaffe as BB+368, later 29+06.  Preserved at Luftwaffenmuseum
					Berlin, Gatow, Germany
				5003 to Luftwaffe as BB+369, later 29+07.  
				5004 to Luftwaffe as BB+370.  Crashed Jun 19, 1962 with 3 F-104F
					(59-4999, 59-5019, 59-5021 after disorentiation of leader
					at Norvenich AB, Germany.  Pilot killed.
				5005 to Luftwaffe as BB+371, later 29+08
				5006 to Luftwaffe as BB+372, later 29+09
				5007 to Luftwaffe as BB+373, later 29+10
				5008 to Luftwaffe as BB+374, later 29+11.  Crashed Dec 14, 1970
					during emergency landing due to bird strike at Soesterberg
					AB, Netherlands.  Crew OK.  Preserved in Koln-Wahn barracks,
					Germany.  As 29+11, joined Flugwelt Altenburg-Nobitz Museum in Feb 2011.
				5009 to Luftwaffe as BB+375.  Crashed due to engine failure Mar 29, 1961
					near Korbach, German.  Both crew ejected safely.  This was
					the first Luftwaffe Starfighter loss.
				5010 to Luftwaffe as BB+376, later 29+12.
				5011 to Luftwaffe as BB+377, later 29+13
				5012 to Luftwaffe as BB+378.  Crashed Sep 6, 1961 near Gundelshein
					due to fuel exhaustion after navigational error after loss
					of navigational instruments.  Both crew ejected safely.
				5013 to Luftwaffe as BB+379, later 29+14.  Preserved in Luftwaffen
					Munitions Depot 81 barracks at Duren, Gurzenich, Germany
				5014 to Luftwaffe as BB+380.  Crashed Jul 17, 1964 at Hesel north of Leer,
					Germany after going out of control after losing left flap
					after selecting land-flaps at high speed.  2 crew (both from
					Italian AF) ejected safely.
				5015 to Luftwaffe as BB+381, later 29+15.
				5016 to Luftwaffe as BB+382, later 29+16
				5017 to Luftwaffe as BB+383, later 29+17.  On display as Canadian Armed Forces "104" on a pole at Canadian
					Military Members Memorial in Innisfail, Alberta, Canada
				5018 to Luftwaffe as BB+384, later 29+18
				5019 to Luftwaffe as BB+385. Crashed Jun 19, 1962 with 3 F-104F
					(59-4999, 59-5004, 59-5021 after disorentiation of leader
					at Norvenich AB, Germany.  Pilot killed.
				5020 to Luftwaffe as BB+386, later 29+19
				5021 to Luftwaffe as BB+387.  Crashed Jun 19, 1962 with 3 F-104F
					(59-4999, 59-5004, 59-5019 after disorentiation of leader
					at Norvenich AB, Germany.  Pilot killed.
				5022 to Luftwaffe as BB+388, later 29+20
				5023 to Luftwaffe as BB+389, later 29+21
59-5024/5029		Ryan BQM-34A Firebee drones
59-5030/5047		Douglas SM-75 Thor missiles 
				Redesignated PGM-17 in 1962
				5030 (vehicle number 307) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Discoverer 23 from
					Vandenberg AFB Apr 8, 1961.  Success
				5031 (vehicle number 308) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Discoverer 26 from
					Vandenberg AFB Jul 7, 1961.  Success
				5032 (vehicle number 309) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Discoverer 28 from
					Vandenberg AFB Aug 4, 1961.  Agena second stage failed
				5033 (vehicle number 310) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Discoverer 30 from
					Vandenberg AFB Sep 12, 1961.  Success
				5035 (vehicle number 312) used as first stage of Thor Delta S-3 to launch Explorer 12
					Aug 16, 1961.  Success
				5039 (vehicle number 316) used as first stage of Thor Delta 11 to launch TELSTAR 1 Jul 10, 1962.
					Success
				5040 (vehicle number 317) used as first stage of Thor Delta Beta 1 to launch TIROS-4A
					Feb 8, 1962.  Success
				5041 (vehicle number 318) used as first stage of Thor Delta 12 to launch TIROS 6 Sep 18, 1962.
					Success
				5043 (vehicle number 320) used as first stage of Thor Delta 9 to launch Ariel 1 Apr 26, 1962
				5044 (vehicle number 321) used as first stage of Thor Delta 10 to launch TIROS 5 Jun 19, 1962.
					Success
				5045 (vehicle number 322) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Discoverer 27 from
					Vandenberg AFB Jul 21, 1961.  Failure
				5046 (vehicle number 323) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Discoverer 29 from
					Vandenberg AFB Aug 30, 1961.  Success
				5047 (vehicle number 324) used as first stage of Thor Agena B to launch Discoverer 31 from
					Vandenberg AFB Sep 17, 1961.  Success
59-5048/5787		Radioplane OQ-19B drones
59-5788/5915		Radioplane OQ-19D drones
59-5916/5918		de Havilland Canada L-20A-DH Beaver  
				redesignated U-6A in 1962
				5916 (MSN 1422/1962)
				5917 (MSN 1425/1964) delivered Apr 4, 1960.  MAP transfer to Republic of Korea AF as 95917.
				5918 (MSN 1426/1965)
59-5919/5921		Schweizer S-2A-SW.  Also listed as Grumman S-2 Tracker for FMS.
59-5922/5925		Lockheed C-130B Hercules 
				for US Navy As UV-1L BuNo 148318/148321
				5922 MSN 282-3562
				5923 MSN 282-3564
				5924 MSN 282-3565
				5925 MSN 282-3567
59-5926			Cancelled contract for Bell H-36
59-5927			Vertol H-21A Shawnee
				Sold to Canada as CH-127 ser no 9596.  To civil registry as CF-JJX in 1958, 
					returned to RCAF in 1965 and converted to 44B.  Stored at CFD Mountain View Nov 1969 
					and reduced to spares and scrap 
59-5928/5929		Cessna L-19E Bird Dog
				for US Navy (BuNo 148250/148251)
59-5930/5954		Radioplane OQ-19 drones
59-5955/5956		Helio U-5A Twin Courier
				Some references have these as Ryan XV-5.  These were allegedly used by the CIA in Indochina, eventually listed on
					the Indian Department of Civil Aviation Registry.  Winter 2005 issue of Aviation World has 2 photos of a 
					U-5A bearing the tail number 90336.	
				5955 (MSN 01) to Continental Air of Miami, reg. N92865. Government of India bought February 1967, transferred to 
					ARC (Aviation Research Centre), based at Charbatia, reg. VT-DVE.
				5956 (MSN 02) to civil, reg. N8745R. Government of India bought February 1967, transferred to ARC (Aviation Research Centre), 
					based at Charbatia, reg. VT-DVC.  Number "90336" had been used, but believed to be a fake number. 
59-5957			Lockheed C-130B-LM Hercules
				MSN 282-3584.  To AMARC as CF132 Aug 3, 1993.  Still on AMARC 
					inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Transfer to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com.  Has donated center wing box to
					C-130 70-1272
59-5958/5962		Lockheed C-140A-LM Jetstar
				MSN 1329-5010,5026,5028,5030,5032 respectively.  Model 1329 Jetstar 6
				5958 at Travis AFB Museum, California.  Seen on display at Andrews in 2007.
				5959 on taxiway at Scott AFB, IL.  In 2013 was on display at Scott AFB Heritage Air Park, Illinois outside the main gate.
				5960 stored at Greenville, TX.
				5961 crashed at Robins AFB Nov 7, 1962.
				5962 on display at USAF Flight Test Center, Edwards AFB, FL.
59-5963/5988		Boeing LGM-30 Minuteman missiles