1973 USAF Serial Numbers


Last revised December 22, 2016


73-0001/0084		Cancelled contract for General Dynamics F-111D
73-0085/0089		McDonnell Douglas F-15A-7-MC Eagle
				MSN A-019/A-023
				0085 MSN 0023/A019.  Reported in 2005 to be preserved at Warner Robins Museum of
					Aviation, Robins AFB, GA
				0086 MSN 0024/A020.  On display at Louisiana Military Museum, Jackson Barracks, New Orleans, Louisiana
				0087 MSN 0026/A021.  To Israel in 1992 as IDF/AF 387.  Reported Apr 2006 as
					inactive at Tel Nof AB wearing serial 133
				0088 MSN 0027/A022.  (555 TFTS) crashed at Luke AFB, AZ Oct 14, 1975.
				0089 MSN 0028/A023 in 2008 was at Portland ANG Base, Oregon and no longer
					flying.  On display at Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum, McMinnville, Oregon.
73-0090/0097		McDonnell Douglas F-15A-8-MC Eagle
				MSN A-024/A-031
				0090 MSN 0030/A024.  To AMARC as FH0004 Jul 30, 1991.
				0091 MSN 0031/A025.  Scrapped May 28, 1996 at RAF Lakenheath, England.  Has been 
					reported seen Oct 1996 in use as battle damage repair training airframe at
					RAF Lakenheath.
				0092 MSN 0032/A026.  To AMARC as FH0003 Jul 8, 1991.
				0093 MSN 0034/A027.  To Israel as 393 in 1992.  As ground instruction airframe at
					Haifa May 2000.
				0094 MSN 0035/A028.  To Israel as 394 in 1992
				0095 MSN 0036/A029.  Last known of as battle damage repair training airframe
					at Spangdahlem AB, Germany, reported in 2005 to have been dumped there.
				0096 MSN 0037/A030.  To AMARC as FH0006 Aug 12, 1991.
				0097 MSN 0038/A031.  (555th TFTS, 58th TFTW) w/o Feb 2, 1978 due to ground accident
73-0098/0107		McDonnell Douglas F-15A-9-MC Eagle
				MSN A-032/A-041
				0098 MSN 0040/A032.  To Israel as 398.  Noted summer 2005 at Israeli
					Air Museum, Hatzerim, with serial 695.
				0099 MSN 0042/A033.  Mounted on pedestal as gate guard at Robins AFB, Georgia painted
					as 77-0099.  In 2009 was correctly painted as 73-0099
				0100 MSN 0043/A034.  Reported in 2005 to be preserved at New Orleans
					IAP, LA.  In 2011 was on a pylon at Bell Chasse, Lousiana
				0101 MSN 0044/A035.  To Israel in 1992
				0102 MSN 0045/A036.  To Israel in 1992
				0103 MSN 0046/A037.  To AMARC as FH0007 Aug 12, 1991.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0104 MSN 0047/A038.  To Israel as 304 in 1992
				0105 MSN 0048/A039.  To Israel as 305 in 1992
				0106 MSN 0049/A040.  (461 TFTS) crashed near Phoenix, AZ Dec 5, 1981.
				0107 MSN 0050/A041.  To Israel as 107 in 1992, later reserialed 008.
					Reported Apr 2006 as gate guard at Tel Nof AB.
73-0108/0110		McDonnell Douglas F-15B-7-MC Eagle
				0108 MSN 0021/B003.  Now on static display at Luke AFB, Arizona.
				0109 MSN 0022/B004.  To IDF/AF as 109
				0110 MSN 0025/B005.  To IDF/AF as 110 in 1992
73-0111/0112		McDonnell Douglas F-15B-8-MC Eagle
				0111 MSN 0029/B006.  To Israel as 111 in 1992
				0112 MSN 0033/B007.  To IDF/AF as 142 in 1992.  Crashed Mar 1, 1998 after striking
					antenna during low-altitude training.  Both crew killed.
73-0113/0114		McDonnell Douglas F-15B-9-MC Eagle
				0113 MSN 0039/B008.  Delivered to Israel as 113 in 1992
				0114 MSN 0041/B009.  Retired at Edwards AFB, California and put in the museum there.
73-0115/0226		Ryan BQM-34A Firebee drones
73-0227/0706		Boeing AGM-69A SRAM missiles
73-0707/0718		General Dynamics F-111F
				MSN E2-83/94 (F-83/F-94).  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0707 in El Dorado Canyon.  To AMARC as FV0256 Jan 9, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
					To HVF West, Tucson, AZ Mar 17, 2011 and scrapped.
				0708 to AMARC as FV0297 Jul 23, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To HVF West, Tucson, AZ 
					Jun 1, 2010 and scrapped.
				0709 crashed Apr 21, 1977, NAS China Lake
				0710 to AMARC as FV0293 Jul 6, 1996.  Held as spare for RAAF F-111s until they were all scrapped.
					Sold to HVF West, Tucson, AXZ Feb 22, 2013 and scrapped.  To HVF West, Tucson, AZ Feb 22, 2013 and scrapped.
				0711 to AMARC as FV0302 Sep 5, 1996.  To HVF West, Tucson, AZ Feb 28, 2001 and scrapped.
				0712 to AMARC as FV0259 Jan 11, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To HVF West, Tucson, AZ 
					Dec 14, 2012 and scrapped.
				0713 to AMARC as FV0229 Nov 13, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To HVF West, Tucson, AZ 
					Sep 1, 2010 and scrapped.
				0714 (48th TFW) suffered midair collision with 70-2367 and crashed 
					off Scottish coast April 20, 1979 while on training mission
					over Durnoch Firth's Tain bombing range.  Both crews escaped
					in the ejection modules and were rescued.
				0715 crashed Dec 12(13) 1979 at Lakenheath
					UK.  To AMARC Apr 22, 1980.  Rebuilt.
					To AMARC as FV0215 Oct 18, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To HVF West, Tucson, AZ 
					Nov 23, 2010 and scrapped.
				0716 (48th TFW) crashed Nov 1, 1982, Incirlik, Turkey.  Crew survived.
				0717 (48th TFW, 495th TFS) crashed on approach to Lakenheath, UK Mar 29, 1978. Both crew killed.
				0718  (48th TFW, 495th TFS) crashed near Landau, West Germany Oct 4, 1977. Both crew killed.
73-0719/0838		Boeing LGM-30G Minuteman III missiles
73-0839/0841		Lockheed C-130E Hercules
				MSN 382-4508, 382-4516, 382-4522.  Built for US Navy as LC-130R-1.  To US Navy as 159129/159131
				159131 crashed 12/9/87.  Other two returned to USAF.
73-0842/0843		Cancelled contract for Lockheed LC-130R Hercules
				intended for US Navy as 159132/159133 (cancelled)
73-0844/0845		Lockheed HC-130H Hercules 
				MSN 4528,4529.  For US Coast Guard as 1503/1504
73-0846/0888		Northrop F-5E Tiger II
				MSN R.1027/1069.  To South Vietnam - Survivors to USAF, US Navy, South Korea.
				0846 (MSN R.1027) to Honduras as FAH 4006
				0847 (MSN R.1028) to Honduras as FAH 4012.
				0848 (MSN R.1029) to South Vietnam, captured by North Vietnam
				0849 (MSN R.1030) to South Vietnam, w/o May 3, 1975.
				0850 (MSN R.1031) to South Vietnam, captured by North Vietnam
				0851 (MSN R.1032) to South Vietnam, captured by North Vietnam
				0852 (MSN R.1033) to South Vietnam, captured by North Vietnam 1975 and sent to Poland
					in 1977 for rearming with 23-mm GSh-23.  Never sent back to Vietnam.  Now on display 
					in South Vietnamese markings at Polish Aviation Museum, Kracow, Poland.
				0853 (MSN R.1034) to South Vietnam, captured by North Vietnam.
				0854 (MSN R.1035) to South Vietnam, captured by North Vietnam
				0855 (MSN R.1036) to South Vietnam, returned to US Navy as BuNo 730855.  SOC Mar 7, 2012
				0856 (MSN R.1037) to South Vietnam, captured by North Vietnam
				0857 (MSN R.1038) to South Vietnam, captured by North Vietnam
				0858 (MSN R.1039) to South Vietnam, returned to US Navy as BuNo 160792
				0859 (MSN R.1040) to South Vietnam, captured by North Vietnam
				0860 (MSN R.1041) to South Vietnam, captured by North Vietnam
				0861 (MSN R.1042) to South Vietnam, captured by North Vietnam
				0862 (MSN R.1043) to South Vietnam, captured by North Vietnam
				0863 (MSN R.1044) to South Vietnam, captured by North Vietnam
				0864 (MSN R.1045) to South Vietnam, returned to USAF
				0865 (MSN R.1046) to South Vietnam, returned to US Navy as BuNo 730865
				0866 (MSN R.1047) to South Vietnam, returned to USAF.  To USMC as 730866. W/o Feb 6, 1986.
				0867 (MSN R.1048) to South Vietnam, returned to USAF
				0868 (MSN R.1049) to South Vietnam, returned to US Navy as BuNo 160793
				0869 (MSN R.1050) to South Vietnam, captured by North Vietnam
				0870 (MSN R.1051) to South Vietnam, returned to USAF
				0871 (MSN R.1052) to South Vietnam, captured by North Vietnam
				0872 (MSN R.1053) to South Vietnam, returned to US Navy as BuNo 160794
				0873 (MSN R.1054) to South Vietnam, captured by North Vietnam
				0874 (MSN R.1055) to South Vietnam.  W/o Mar 11, 1975
				0875 (MSN R.1056) to South Vietnam, captured by North Vietnam and operated 
					by VPAF 935th Fighter Regiment
				0876 (MSN R.1057) to South Vietnam.  W/o May 3, 1975
				0877 (MSN R.1058) to South Vietnam.  Captured by North Vietnam
				0878 (MSN R.1059) to South Vietnam, captured by North Vietnam.  Mow at 
					Historical Institute of the Army of the Czech Republic.  In 2010 was at Czech Aviation Museum at
					Kbely, outside Prague.
				0879 (MSN R.1060) to South Vietnam, returned to US Navy as BuNo 730879
				0880 (MSN R.1061) to South Vietnam.  Captured by North Vietnam
				0881 (MSN R.1062) to South Vietnam.  Returned to USAF.
					Now operated by USMC as 730881.
				0882 (MSN R.1063) to South Vietnam.  Returned to USAF, then to Honduras as FAH 4011
				0883 (MSN R.1064) to South Vietnam, returned to US Navy as BuNo 160795
				0884 (MSN R.1065) to South Vietnam.  May have been delivered to
					Korea but probably not received
				0885 (MSN R.1066) to South Vietnam, returned to USAF.
					Collided with F-5E 74-1541 on Oct 5, 1995.  I also have 
					0885 to US Navy as 730885
				0886 (MSN R.1067) to South Vietnam.  May have been delivered to
					Korea but probably not received
				0887 (MSN R.1068) to South Vietnam.  May have been delivered to
					Korea but probably not received.
				0888 (MSN R.1069) to South Vietnam.  May have been delivered to
					Korea but probably not received.
73-0889			Northrop F-5F Tiger II  
				MSN W.1001.  Assigned to 425th Tactical Fighter Training Squadron, Williams AFB, AZ.
					Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, VA Aug 21, 1989.
					Registered as NASA 550.  Registered as N550NA; cancelled
73-0890			Northrop F-5E Tiger II 
				MSN R.1072.  To South Vietnam. May have been delivered to Korea
					but probably not received.
73-0891			Northrop F-5F Tiger II 
				MSN W.1002.
73-0892/0902		Northrop F-5E Tiger II 
				0892 (MSN R.1073) to South Vietnam.  W/o Apr 18, 1975
				0893 (MSN R.1074) to US Navy as BuNo 159878
				0894 (MSN R.1075) to US Navy as BuNo 159879
				0895 (MSN R.1076) to US Navy as BuNo 159880
				0896 (MSN R.1080) to South Vietnam.  Returned to USAF
				0897 (MSN R.1081) to South Vietnam.  Returned to USAF.  Crashed with 57th FWW Jul 11, 1983.
				0898 (MSN R.1086) to South Vietnam.  Captured by North Vietnam
				0899 (MSN R.1087) to South Vietnam.  Returned to USAF.  With 405th TFW, crashed near
					Tucson, AZ Jul 27 1982 following collision with F-5 72-0439.  All three occupants
					from both aircraft ejected, but one was killed.
				0900 (MSN R.1092) to South Vietnam, returned to US Navy as BuNo 160796
				0901 (MSN R.1093) to South Vietnam, captured by North Vietnam
				0902 (MSN R.1098) 
73-0903/0990		Northrop F-5E Tiger II
				0903/0932 MSN T.1001/1030 to Saudi Arabian AF
				0933/0990 MSN U.1001/1058 to Iran
					0987 Iranian AF serial was 3-7067
73-0991			Lockheed C-130E-LM Hercules
				MSN 4524 . To Turkey as 12-991, 73-0991.
73-0992/1003		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7D-14-CV Corsair II
				MSN D.388/D.399.
				0993 w/o in 1975
				0994 (PR ANG, 156th TFG, 198th TFS) destroyed in terrorist attack on Muniz ANGB, Puerto Rico Jan 12, 1981.
				0995 w/o Dec 9, 1977
				0996 on display at Wings Over the Rockies Museum, Colorado.  Was reported
					 at Buckley AFB, Aurora, CO but in Oct 2004 was still at
					Wings Over The Rockies Museum.  Still there Oct 2005.
				0997 (MSN D-393)to AMARC as AE0200 Aug 27, 1992
				0998 w/o May 1, 1974
				0999 on display at Rickenbacker AFS, Ohio
				1000 (MSN D-396) to AMARC as AE0144 May 7, 1992
				1001 (MSN D-397) w/o Apr 12, 1979.
				1002 (MSN D-398) on display outside Greater Pittsburgh IAP, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
				1003 (OH ANG, 166th TFS) w/o Apr 15, 1977.
73-1004/1015		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7D-15-CV Corsair II
				MSN D.400/D.411
				1004 (MSN D-400) to AMARC as AE0181 Jul 21, 1992
				1005 (MSN D-401) destroyed in terrorist attack on Muniz ANGB, Puerto Rico
					Jan 12, 1981
				1006 (MSN D-402) was on display outside 121st Air Refueling Wing, Ohio ANG, Rickenbacker ANGB, Columbus, Ohio. 
					In 2013 was on display at Motts Military Museum, Grovepoint, Ohio. 
				1007 (MSN D-403) to AMARC as AE0033 Jun 19, 1991
				1008 (MSN D-404) modified to protoype YA-7K.  First flew Jan 1981. To AMARC as AE0189 Aug 3, 1992
				1009 on display at Mid America Air Museum, Liberal, Kansas
				1010 on display at Sportplex Park, Alexander City, Alabama
				1011 (MSN D-407) to AMARC as AE0222 Sep 24, 1992
				1012 (MSN D-408) with Ohio ANG, crashed one mile NE of Indian Town Gap Range during
					bomb run Sep 10, 1985.  Pilot killed.
				1014 (MSN D-410) to AMARC as AE0239 Jan 12, 1993
				1015 (MSN D-411) Named “War Eagle V” with 157th TFS/169TH TFG South Carolina ANG in July 1978. 
					In Nov 1998 on display at 169th TFG Memorial Park, McEntire ANGS, South Carolina
73-1016/1027		McDonnell Douglas F-4E-56-MC Phantom  
				New builds for Turkish AF under FMS program Peace Diamond III
				1016 (MSN 4525) to Turkish AF Aug 1974.  W/o Jan 8, 1991.  Used as instructional airframe at Erhac
				1017 (MSN 4528) to Turkish AF Aug 1974.  Converted to F-4E-2020
				1018 to Turkish AF Aug 1974.  Converted to F-4E-2020.  With 111 Filo, crashed in Sivrihsar, near 
					Eskisehir, after losing both engines Nov 11, 2002.  Both crew ejected safely.
				1019 (MSN 4540) to Turkish AF Sep 1974.  Converted to F-4E-2020.  Retains US serial in Turkish service.
				1020 (MSN 4548) to Turkish AF Nov 1974.  converted to F-4E-2020.  Retains US serial in Turkish service.
				1021 (MSN 4558) to Turkish AF Oct 1974.  Converted to F-4E-2020.  Retains US serial in Turkish service.
				1022 (MSN 4566) to Turkish AF Nov 1974.  Converted to F-4E-2020.
				1023 (MSN 4576) to Turkish AF Nov 1974.  Converted to F-4E-2020.
				1024 (MSN 4580) to Turkish AF Jan 1975.  Crashed near Erhac AB Sep 11, 1979.  One crewman killed.
				1025 (MSN 4585) to Turkish AF Jan 1975.  Converted to F-4E-2020.   Crashed at Konya Mar 5, 2015 during
					a Turkish-Azerbaijani joint exercise.  Both crew killed.
				1026 (MSN 4587) to Turkish AF Jan 1975.  Converted to F-4E-2020
				1027 (MSN 4592) to Turkish AF Jan 1975
73-1028/1042		McDonnell Douglas F-4E-57-MC Phantom  
				New builds for Turkish AF under FMS program Peace Diamond III
				1028 (MSN 4597) to Turkish AF Jan 1975.  W/o at Sivrihisar Aug 21, 1985
				1029 (MSN 4602) to Turkish AF Jan 1975.  Converted to F-4E-2020
				1030 (MSN 4606) to Turkish AF May 1975.  Crashed near Elazig after collision with F-4 74-1034 Nov 17, 1983
				1031 (MSN 4610) to Turkish AF May 1975.  Converted to F-4E-2020
				1032 (MSN 4615) to Turkish AF Oct 1975.  Converted to F-4E-2020.  Crashed Jan 12, 2004.
				1033 (MSN 4620) to Turkish AF Oct 1975.  Crashed near Malatya/Hekimhan
				1034 (MSN 4624) to Turkish AF Oct 1975.  Crashed near Elazig after collision with F-4 74-1030 Nov 17, 1983
				1035 (MSN 4629) to Turkish AF Oct 1975.  Crashed near Erzurum Feb 14, 1995.
				1036 (MSN 4632) to Turkish AF Oct 1975.  Converted to F-4E-2020
				1037 (MSN 4637) to Turkish AF Oct 1975.  Converted to F-4E-2020
				1038 (MSN 4642) to Turkish AF Oct 1975.  Collided in midair with F-5B 65-10593 and crashed in Turkey May 6, 1984.
				1039 (MSN 4647) to Turkish AF Oct 1975
				1040 (MSN 4651) to Turkish AF Oct 1975.  Upgraded to F-4E 2020
				1041 (MSN 4655) to Turkish AF Oct 1975.  Crashed near Kahramanmara Jun 5, 1984
				1042 (MSN 4659) to Turkish AF Oct 1975.
73-1043/1055		McDonnell Douglas F-4E-58-MC Phantom  
				New builds for Turkish AF under FMS program Peace Diamond III
				1043 (MSN 4666) to Turkish AF Oct 1975.  Converted to F-4E-2020.  Retains US serial in Turkish service.  
				1044 (MSN 4668) to Turkish AF Oct 1975.  Noted Jul 2003 as F-4E-2020.  Crashed at Misirdere,
					Turkey Jul 23, 2009. Both crew ejected safely.  I have a reference
					which has this being converted to QF-4E AF230
				1045 (MSN 4673) to Turkish AF Oct 1975.  Crashed near Emirdao Jun 28, 1977.  Both crewmen killed.
				1046 (MSN 4677) to Turkish AF Oct 1975.  Converted to F-4E-2020
				1047 (MSN 4783) to Turkish AF Oct 175
				1048 (MSN 4688) to Turkish AF Oct 1975.  Converted to F-4E-2020
				1049 (MSN 4693) to Turkish AF Oct 1975.
				1050 (MSN 4697) to Turkish AF Oct 1975.  Crashed near Adiyaman Mar 17, 1989.  Crew ejected safely
				1051 (MSN 4703) to Turkish AF Oct 1975.  Crashed near Alvaman-Besni Nov 12, 1997.
				1052 (MSN 4708) to Turkish AF Oct 1975.  Converted to F-4E-2020.  Retains US serial in Turkish service
				1053 (MSN 4713) to Turksih AF Oct 1975.  Converted to F-4E-2020.  Retains US serial in Turkish service
				1054 (MSN 4717) to Turkish AF Oct 1975.  Converted to F-4E-2020.  Retains US serial in Turkish service
				1055 (MSN 4722) to Turkish AF Oct 1975.  Converted to F-4E-2020.  Retains US serial in Turkish service
73-1056/1115		Cessna A-37B Dragonfly
				1059/1064,1066,1067,1069,1071/1073,1075,
					1077/1080,1082/1084,1087,1088,1091/1098,
					1100/1105,1108/1112 converted to OA-37B.
				1088/1098 converted to GOA-37B.
				1068,1070,1074,1076,1085,1089 sold to El Salvador
				1058, 1106, 1107, 1113, 1115 to Honduras.
				1057 w/o Jan 16, 1976 at Ft Bragg, NC
				1058 (MSN 43421) to El Salvador AF as FAS 420
				1059 converted to OA-37B.  To AMARC as AB0003 Jun 27, 1988.
					Returned to service with 172nd TASS
				1061 (MSN 43424) converted to OA-37B.  To AMARC as AB0008
					Jun 26, 1991.  To Peru in 1996
				1066 (MSN 43432) converted to OA-37B.  To AMARC as AB0025 Apr 16, 1992.
					Transferred to Peru 2002.
				1067 (MSN 43430) to MASDC as TL0063 Feb 3, 1982.  Returned to
					service.  To Dominican Republic AF as FAD 43430 
				1068 (MSN 43434) To MASDC as TL0054 Jan 25, 1982.  Returned to
					service.  to Honduras AF as 1012.
				1070 (MSN 43436) to MASDC as TL0056 Jan 25, 1982.  To Honduras AF as FAH-1011
				1071 (MSN 43437) converted to OA-37B.  To El Salvador AF as 430.  W/o Mar 15, 1987
				1072 (MSN 43438) converted to OA-37B.  To AMARC as AB0035 Jul 17, 1995  
				1073 (MSN 43439) converted to OA-37B.  To AMARC as AB0014 Jul 25, 1991.
					To Peru in 1996
				1074 (MSN 43440) to MASDC as TL0057 Jan 27, 1982.  To Honduras AF as 1010
				1075 (MSN 43441) to MASDC as TL0066 Mar 12, 1982.  To El Salvador AF as 432
				1076 (MSN 43442) to MASDC as TL0055 Jan 25, 1982.  To Honduras AF as 1009
				1077 (MSN 43443) converted to OA-37B.  To AMARC as AB0012 Jul 25, 1991.
					To Peru in 1996
				1078 (MSN 43444) converted to OA-37B.  To AMARC as AB0027 Apr 27, 1992.  To Fuerza Aerea de Chile as 638
				1081 (MSN 43451) to El Salvador AF as 422.
				1082 (MSN 43448) converted to OA-37B.  To AMARC as AB0028 Apr 27, 1992
				1083 to MASDC at TL0061 Feb 3, 1982
				1085 (MSN 43451) to MASDC as TL0059 Feb 1, 1982.  To Honduras as FAH 1007 (conflict here)
				1086 (MSN 43456, 602nd TCW) w/o Feb 12, 1982.
				1087 (MSN 43453) converted to OA-37B.  To AMARC as AB0021 Aug 28, 1992.
					To Peru in 1992
				1088 (MSN 43454) converted to OA-37B.  Formerly at Clearwater Airport, Clearwater FL Aviation Museum, but
					Clearwater evicted the museum so that they could expand the airport.  Current location unknown.
				1089 (MSN 43480) to Honduras AF as FAH 1008
				1090 (MSN 43456) converted to NOA-37B.  Now on display at Air Force Flight Test Center Museum Airpark,
					Edwards AFB, CA.
				1091 (MSN 43457) converted to OA-37B.  To AMARC as AB0002 Mar 21, 1988.
					Returned to service with 169th TASS.
				1092 (MSN 43485) converted to OA-37B.  To AMARC as AB0029 Apr 27, 1992.  To Chile as J-641
				1094 (MSN 43493) converted to OA-37B.  To AMARC as AB0004 Aug 19, 1988.
					Returned to service with 172nd TASS
				1095 (MSN 43494, OA-37B) to El Salvador AF as FAS 434
				1096 (MSN 43462) to AMARC as AB0030 Apr 27, 1992.
				1098 (MSN 43464) converted to OA-37B.  to MASDC as AB0026
					Apr 16, 1992.  To Peru in 1996
				1101 (MSN 43513) converted to OA-37B.  To AMARC as AB0034 May 29, 1992.
				1102 (MSN 43514) converted to OA-37B.  To AMARC as AB0033 May 29, 1992.
				1103 (MSN 43515) converted to OA-37B.  To AMARC as AB0031 Apr 27, 1992.  To Fuerza Aerea de chile as 644.
				1104 (OA-37B) crashed Apr 10, 1990 due to bird strike.
				1105 to MASDC as TL0058 Jan 28, 1982
				1107 (MSN 43523) to El Salvador AF as FAS 423
				1109 (MSN 43525) with 169th TASS of Illinois ANG, crashed Mar 25, 1988 on night navigation exercise near
					Peoria, Illinois.  Crew was killed.
				1111 (MSN 43531) converted to OA-37B.  To AMARC as AB0011 Jul 19, 1992. transferred to Peru 2002.
				1112 (MSN 43532) converted to OA-37B.  To AMARC as AB0020 Aug 21, 1991.
					To Peru in 1992
				1113 (MSN 43533) to El Salvador AF as FAS 424
				1114 on display at Yolo County, Woodland, California
				1115 (MSN 43539) to El Salvador AF as FAS 425.
73-1116/1148		Cancelled contract for Cessna A-37B Dragonfly
73-1149/1156		Boeing T-43A-BN
				MSN 20696/20703.  Commercial 737-253 adapted as navigational trainer for USAF.
				1149 (MSN 20696) crashed in Bosnia Apr 3, 1996 with Secretary of 
					Commerce Ron Brown aboard.  All 35 aboard killed.
				1151 to AMARC Sep 13, 2010
				1152 to AMARC Sep 24, 2009.
				1153 ("Spirit of San Antonio") to go on display at Randolph AFB, Alabama.  Was there in 2010.
				1154 (MSN 20701) converted to CT-43A.  Named "City of Colorado Springs" with 200 AS Colorado ANG
					in Aug 1989.  To AMARC May 25, 2010.
				1155 (MSN 20702) to AMARC as TH0002 Sep 25, 1997.  Put on display.  Converted to NT-43A radar test bed by
					Goodyear Aerospace, Litchfield Park, Arizona and flew for the first time Mar 21, 2001.  Has prominent 
					radomes on nose and in the tail.  Not sure what the
					purpose is.
				1156 to AMARC Nov 3, 2009.
73-1157/1164		McDonnell Douglas F-4E-57-MC Phantom
				1157 (MSN 4594) to Israel Defense Force Air Force, Peace Echo V Jan 1975, as 232, 234, and 602.  
					Upgraded to Kurnass as 632.  WFU at Ovda AB May 2005.
				1158 (MSN 4612) to to Israel Defense Force Air Force, Peace Echo V Jan 1975, as 220.  Upgraded to Kurnass 
					as 620.  WFU at Ovda AB May 2005.
				1159 (MSN 4628) to to Israel Defense Force Air Force, Peace Echo V Jan 1975.
				1160 (MSN 4641) to AMARC as FP667 Apr 26, 1991.  Converted to QF-4E drone AF276.  Back to AMARC Sep 2005.
				1161 (MSN 4650) to Israel Defense Force Air Force Apr 1975, Peace Echo V
				1162 (MSN 4656) to Israel Defense Force Air Force Aug 1975, Peace Echo V, as 611 and 275.  W/o Mar 7, 1978
				1163 (MSN 4661, 4th TFW) crashed near Seminole, Oklahoma Jan 17, 1990.
				1164 (MSN 4665) to AMARC as FP722 Jul 18, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
73-1165/1184		McDonnell Douglas F-4E-58-MC Phantom
				1165 (MSN 4670) to AMARC as FP0602 Jan 10, 1991.  Converted to drone QF-4E AF281
					with 82nd ATRS and reported shot down over Gulf of Mexico
					Aug 20, 2008 by AIM-20 missiles fired from 4 F-22As of 525th FS.
				1166 (MSN 4675) to AMARC as FP719 Jul 17, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1167 (MSN 4679) to AMARC as FP519 Jun 27, 1990. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
					Left AMARC by Apr 2008, believed for drone conversion at Mojave as QF-4E AF353.
				1168 (MSN 4682) to AMARC as FP899 Sep 28, 1992.  Converted to QF-4E drone AF225.
					Expended in missile test May 21, 2002.
				1169 (MSN 4686) to Israel Defense Force Air Force Aug 1975, Peace Echo V, as 270 and 274.  Upgraded to Kurnass 
					as 670.  WFU at Ovda AB
				1170 (c;n 4690) to Israel Defense Force Air Force Dec 1975, Peace Echo V, as 276.  Upgraded to Kurnass as 676.  
					WFU at Ovda AB May 2005.
				1171 (MSN 4694) to AMARC as FP715 Jul 12, 1991.  Converted to QF-4E drone AF-246
				1172 (MSN 4698) to AMARC as FP603 Jan 10, 1991.  Converted to QF-4E drone AF282
				1173 (MSN 4702) to AMARC as FP840 Apr 24, 1992.  Converted to QF-4E drone  AF-236.
					Expended in missile test May 9, 2003.
				1174 (MSN 4706) with 4th TFW crashed into Atlantic Ocean off North Caolina Dec 8, 1981. Pilot killed, but 
					WSO ejected and was picked up on Dec 23.  He was in bad shape but lived. 
				1175 (MSN 4709) assigned as battle damage repair trainer at Luke AFB, Arizona, falsely marked as 72-1251.  Sent
					to be target on Barry Goldwater Range, Arizona.
				1176 (MSN 4714) to AMARC as FP870 Jun 26, 1992.  Converted to QF-4E drone AF229.
					Expended in missile test Oct 8, 2002.
				1177 (MSN 4718) with 4th TFW crashed Dare County Range, North Carolina Apr 4, 1979.
				1178 (MSN 4721) to Israel Defense Force Air Force Dec 1975, Peace Echo V, as 286 and 683.  Upgraded to 
					Kurnass as 686.  WFU at Ovda AB May 2005.
				1179 (MSN 4724) to Israel Defense Force Air Force Dec 1975, Peace Echo V, as 688 and 288.  
				1180 (MSN 4727) with 334th TFS, 4th TFW crashed east side of Tempiute Mountain on Nellis Range, Nevada Mar 23, 1982.  
					Both crew members killed.
				1181 (MSN 4729) to AMARC as FP560 Sep 19, 1990.  Converted to QF-4E drone AF328.  Seen at Holloman AFB Aug 16, 2011
				1182 (MSN 4732) to AMARC as FP632 Mar 25, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1183 (MSN 4735) to AMARC as FP873 Jun 29, 1992.  Converted to QF-4E drone AF227.
					Expended in missile test Aug 3, 2004.
				1184 (MSN 4737) to AMARC as FP713 Jul 12, 1991.  Converted to QF-4E drone AF241.  Seen at Holloman AFB Aug 16, 2011.
73-1185/1204		McDonnell Douglas F-4E-59-MC Phantom
				1185 (MSN 4739) to AMARC as FP597 Dec 18, 1990.  Converted to QF-4E drone AF306.
				1186 (MSN 4742) to AMARC as FP393 Nov 30, 1989.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1187 (MSN 4745) to AMARC as FP434 Jan 22, 1990.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Converted to QF-4E drone
				1188 (MSN 4748) to AMARC as FP692 Jun 11, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1189 (MSN 4751) to AMARC as FP378 Nov 9, 1989.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1190 (MSN 4753) to Israel Defense Force Air Force Jan 1976, Peace Echo V, as 278.  Upgraded to 
					Kurnass as 678.  WFU at Ovda AB
				1191 (MSN 4755) to Israel Defense Force Air Force  Jan 1976, Peace Echo V, as 276 and 676.
				1192 (MSN 4757, 4th TFW) collided in midair with F-4E 72-0125 and crashed near Raleigh, NC Apr 13, 1978.
				1193 (MSN 4760) to AMARC as FP565 Oct 2, 1990.  Converted to QF-4E drone AF319, reported Aug 2008 with 82nd ATRS
				1194 (MSN 4762) with 336th TFS, 4th TFW destroyed in ground fire Jan 12, 1983
				1195 (MSN 4764) to AMARC as FP453 Mar 2, 1990.  Converted to QF-4E AF320. Seen at Holloman AFB Aug 16, 2011.
				1196 (MSN 4766) to AMARC as FP441 Jan 31, 1990.  Converted to QF-4E AF341, reported Aug 2008 with 82nd ATRS
				1197 (MSN 4768) to AMARC as FP629 Mar 25, 1991.  Has left AMARC and been converted to QF-4E AF250
				1198 (MSN 4770) to AMARC as FP633 Mar 25, 1991.  Left AMARC for Mojave Apr 2002.
					Converted to QF-4E drone AF238
				1199 (MSN 4771) to AMARC as FP634 Mar 25, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1200 (MSN 4773, 4th TFW) crashed near Crailsheim/Schwabish Hall, West Germany Sep 3, 1980.  Both crewmen killed.
				1201 (MSN 4775) to Israel Defense Force Air Force Mar 1976, Peace Echo V, as 283.  Upgraded to Kurnass as 683.  
					WFU at Ovda AB, May 2005.
				1202 (MSN 4777) to Israel Defense Force Air Force Mar 1976, Peace Echo V.
				1203 (MSN 4778) to AMARC as FP688 5/6/1991.  To QF-4E drone AF104 at Tyndall AFB 4/15/1998.  Expended in 
					missile test Jul 19, 2000
				1204 (MSN 4780) to AMARC as FP610 3/1/1989.  To QF-4E drone AF107 at Tyndall AFB 7/22/1996.  Expended as target 
					in missile test over Gulf of Mexico Apr 13, 1999.
73-1205/1218		Beech C-12A Huron
				Military version of Model A200 Super King Air
				MSN BD-001/BD-014.
				All converted to C-12C except 1211.
				1205 (MSN BD-001) converted to C-12C.  To AMARC as CE0003 Mar 20, 2000.  To FAA as N11
				1206 (MSN BD-002) converted to C-12C. To civil registry of N200EA
				1207 (MSN BD-003) converted to C-12C.  To Marion County Sheriff Office, FL as N140MT.  
					To N311KB with Aquila Aviation, Addison, Texas on July 12, 2010 but cancelled on June 18, 2012. 
				1209 (MSN BD-005) converted to C-12C.  To civil registry of N9008U
				1210 (MSN BD-006) converted to C-12C. To AMARC October 2002 as CE0005
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1211 (MSN BD-007) w/o Jan 31, 1979
				1212 (MSN BD-008) converted to C-12C.  To AMARC as CE0001 Sep 27, 1999.  To FAA as N12
				1213 (MSN BD-009) converted to C-12C.  To AMARC as CE0002 Sep 27, 1999.  To California
					Justice Department as N121CA Jan 28, 2000
				1216 (MSN BD-012) converted to C-12C.  To AMARC Sep 28, 2001 as CE0006
				1218 (MSN BD-014) converted to C-12C.
73-1219/1518		Texas Instruments AGM-45A Shrike missiles
73-1519/1534		McDonnell Douglas F-4E-57-MC Phantom  
				New builds for Imperial Iranian AF
				1519 (MSN 4598) to IRIAF Jun 1975 as 3-796
				1520 (MSN 4600) to IRIAF Jun 1975 as 3-797
				1521 (MSN 4605) to IRIAF Jun 1975 as 3-798. W/o Jun 29, 1975.
				1522 (MSN 4609) to IRIAF Feb 1975 as 3-799
				1523 (MSN 4614) to IRIAF Jan 1975 as 3-800
				1524 (MSN 4618) to IRIAF Feb 1975 as 3-801
				1525 (MSN 4623) to IRIAF Mar 1975 as 3-802
				1526 (MSN 4630) to IRIAF Mar 1975 as 3-803
				1527 (MSN 4633) to IRIAF Mar 1975 as 3-804
				1528 (MSN 4638) to IRIAF Apr 1975 as 3-805
				1529 (MSN 4643) to IRIAF Mar 1975 as 3-806
				1530 (MSN 4648) to IRIAF Apr 1975 as 3-807
				1531 (MSN 4652) to IRIAF Apr 1975 as 3-808
				1532 (MSN 4657) to IRIAF May 1975 as 3-809
				1533 (MSN 4660) to IRIAF May 1975 as 3-810
				1534 (MSN 4664) to IRIAF May 1975 as 3-811
73-1535/1549		McDonnell Douglas F-4E-58-MC Phantom 
				New builds for Imperial Iranian AF
				1535 (MSN 4669) to IRIAF Jun 1975 as 3-812
				1536 (MSN 4674) to IRIAF Jul 1975 as 3-813
				1537 (MSN 4678) to IRIAF Aug 1975 as 3-814
				1538 (MSN 4684) to IRIAF Aug 1975 as 3-815
				1539 (MSN 4687) to IRIAF Sep 1975 as 3-816
				1540 (MSN 4692) to IRIAF Sep 1975 as 3-817
				1541 (MSN 4696) to IRIAF Sep 1975 as 3-818
				1542 (MSN 4701) to IRIAF Sep 1975 as 3-819
				1543 (MSN 4707) to IRIAF Oct 1975 as 3-820
				1544 (MSN 4711) to IRIAF Oct 1975 as 3-821.  Later 3-6642 with Islamic Republic of Iran AF
				1545 (MSN 4715) to IRIAF Oct 1975 as 3-822.  Later 3-6643 with Islamic Republic of Iran AF
				1546 (MSN 4720) to IRIAF Oct 1975 as 3-823. 
				1547 (MSN 4726) to IRIAF Nov 1975 as 3-824.  Later 3-6645 with Islamic Republic of Iran AF.  Credited with sinking
					at least two Iraqi Osa class fast missile boats Nov 29, 1980.
				1548 (MSN 4730) to IRIAF Nov 1975 as 3-825.  Later 3-6646 with Islamic Republic of Iran AF
				1549 (MSN 4734) to IRIAF Nov 1975 as 3-826
73-1550/1554		McDonnell Douglas F-4E-59-MC Phantom  
				New builds for Imperial Iranian AF
				1550 (MSN 4738) to IRIAF Dec 1975 as 3-827
				1551 (MSN 4743) to IRIAF Nov 1975 as 3-828, later Islamic Republic of Iran AF 3-6649.
				1552 (MSN 4746) to IRIAF Dec 1975 as 3-829, later Islamic Republic of Iran AF 3-6650
				1553 (MSN 4750) to IRIAF Jan 1976 as 3-830.
				1554 (MSN 4754) to IRIAF Jan 1976 as 3-831.
73-1555/1578		Cancelled contract for Cessna A-37B Dragonfly
73-1579			Cessna T-41D Mescalero 
				MSN R.172-0546.  FMS to Ecuador
73-1580/1601		Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules
				1580 (MSN 382-4542) converted to EC-130H *Compass Call*, configured for command/control/communications jamming missions.
				1581 (MSN 382-4543) converted to EC-130H *Compass Call*, configured for command/control/communications jamming missions
				1582 (MSN 382-4544)
				1583 (MSN 382-4545) converted to EC-130H *Compass Call*, configured for command/control/communications jamming missions
					Named "Speak No Evil" with 43rd ECS/355th Wing in Jul 1997
				1584 (MSN 382-4546) converted to EC-130H *Compass Call*, configured for command/control/communications jamming missions
				1585 (MSN 382-4547) converted to EC-130H *Compass Call*, configured for command/control/communications jamming missions
				1586 (MSN 382-4548) converted to EC-130H *Compass Call*, configured for command/control/communications jamming missions
				1587 (MSN 382-4549) converted to EC-130H *Compass Call*, configured for command/control/communications jamming missions
				1588 (MSN 382-4550) converted to EC-130H *Compass Call*, configured for command/control/communications jamming missions
				1589 (MSN 382-4553) to Canadian Armed Forces as 130329.  Crashed after the load jammed during a dropping operation near 
					Edmonton-Namao Field, Canada Nov 16, 1982. All 7 onboard killed.
				1590 (MSN 382-4554) converted to EC-130H *Compass Call*, configured for command/control/communications jamming missions
				1591 (MSN 382-4555) to Canadian Armed Forces as 130330.  Midair collision with 130331 (USAF 73-1593) 
					Mar 29, 1985 and crashed
				1592 (MSN 382-4557) converted to EC-130H *Compass Call*, configured for command/control/communications jamming missions
				1593 (MSN 382-4559) to Canadian Armed Forces as 130331.  Midair collision with 130330 (USAF 73-1591) 
					Mar 29, 1985 and crashed
				1594 (MSN 382-4563) converted to EC-130H *Compass Call*, configured for command/control/communications jamming missions
				1595 (MSN 382-4564) converted to EC-130H *Compass Call*, configured for command/control/communications jamming missions
				1596 (MSN 382-4568) to Canadian Armed Forces as 130332
				1597 (MSN 382-4571)
				1598 (MSN 382-4573) placed on display at Great Falls IAP, Montana May 11, 2016.
				1599 (MSN 382-4574) to Canadian Armed Forces as 130333
				1600 (MSN 382-4530) sold to Israel AF as 4X-FBC
				1601 (MSN 382-4533) sold to Israel AF as 4X-FBD
73-1602/1613		Northrop F-5B-50-NO Freedom Fighter
				MSN N.8121/8132.
				1602 (MSN N.8121) to Thailand AF in 1986 as Kh18k-6/30, code 23105.
					Stored at Udon Thani Feb 2003.
				1603 (MSN N.8122) to Thailand AF in 1986 as Kh18k-7/30, code
					23106.  Preserved at Udon Thani
				1604 (MSN N.8123) to Jordanian AF as 1700, to Greek AF in 1983
				1605 (MSN N.8124) to Jordanian AF as 1701, to Greek AF in 1983
				1606/1608 (MSN N.8125/N.8127) to South Vietnam in 1974
					1607 returned to USAF
				1609 (MSN N.8128) to South Vietnam.  To Thailand in 1975 as
					Kh18k-3/18.  Code 1303 in 1975 then 10303 in Jan 1980, then 23103
				1610 was manufacturer's test aircraft
				1611 (MSN N.8130) to Taiwan 
				1612 (MSN N.8131) to Taiwan
				1613 to Iran
73-1614/1615		Boeing LGM-30G Minuteman III missiles
73-1616/1625		Cessna U-17B 
				MSN 185-2301/2310?.  For MAP
				1616 to Thai AF Sep 1973
				1617 to Thai AF Sep 1973
				1618 to Thai AF.  With Thai Army Jan 2000.
				1623 to Thai AF.  With Thai Army Jan 200
				1624 to Thai AF
				1625 to Thai AF
73-1626/1646		Northrop F-5E Tiger II
				1626 (MSN R.1070) to Korea
				1627 (MSN R.1071) to Korea
				1628 (MSN R.1077) to South Vietnam, captured by North Vietnam
				1629 (MSN R.1078) to Korea
				1630 (MSN R.1079) to Korea.  On display at Lackland AFB, Texas
				1631 (c.n R.1082) to Korea
				1632 (MSN R.1083) to Korea
				1633 (MSN R.1084) to Korea
				1634 (MSN R.1085) to Korea
				1635 (MSN R.1088) to US Navy as BuNo 731635.  SOC Mar 8, 2012
				1636 (MSN R.1089) to Vietnam, returned to USAF, to Honduras as FAH 4007
				1637 (MSN R.1090) to South Vietnam, captured by North Vietnam
				1638 (MSN R.1091) to South Vietnam, captured by North Vietnam.
					Now on display in park of former Presidential Palace, Ho Chi
					Minh City, Vietnam.
				1639 (MSN R.1094) to South Vietnam, w/o Jan 14, 1975
				1640 (MSN R.1095) to South Vietnam, returned to USAF.  Was on display at Kelly AFB, TX, now at Hill Aerospace
					Museum.
				1641 (MSN R.1096) to Korea
				1642 (MSN R.1097) to Korea
				1643 (MSN R.1099) to Korea
				1644 (MSN R.1100) to Korea
				1645 (c.n R.1101) to Korea
				1646 (MSN R.1102) to Korea
73-1647/1652		Sikorsky HH-53C
				MSN 65-385/390. 
				1647 converted to HH-53H.  Crashed into ridgeline during night TF mission
					in heavy rain squall during exercise near
					Clark AB, Philippines Oct 1984.  All killed.
				1648 converted to HH-53H, then to MH-53J.  Crashed during CAPEX Sept 1987, killing 1 Ranger.  Repaired and 
					restored to service.  Project Pave Low IV modification to MH-53M.  Reported Aug 2008 inactive at Lackland 
					AFB, TX.  On display at Lackland AFB Medina Annex Security Police training area Jul 2009.
				1649 converted to HH-53H, then to MH-53J, then to MH-53M.  On display in 2010 at Pima Air Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
				1650 converted to HH-53H.  Crashed Nov 14, 1984.  Tail rotor separated from 
					aircraft in flight, autorotated to field near
					Pope AFB, NC.
				1651 converted to HH-53H.  Impacted ridgeline during exercise near Nellis
					AFB, NV May 16, 1988.  1 killed.
				1652 converted to HH-53H, then to MH-53J, then to MH-53M.  Crashed Nov 14, 1984 on exercise due to inflight
					tail rotor separation.  Presumably repaired, as
					reported delivered Sep 5, 2008 to USAF Armament Museum,
					Eglin AFB, Florida.  Was on display there by Jun 2009.
73-1653			Windecker YE-5A
				MSN 008.  Used in tests of stealth properties of aircraft of composite construction.  Destryed in a crash during
					a classified project in 1985 and was replaced by a modified civilian Windecker Eagle (N4196G) to complete
					the project.
73-1654/1658		Cessna A-37B Dragonfly 
				1654 (MSN 43417) sold to Guatemala AF as FAG-432
				1655 (MSN 43418) sold to Guatemala AF as FAG-436
				1656 (MSN 43420) sold to Guatemala AF as FAG-440.  W/o Oct 24, 1978
				1657 (MSN 43423) sold to Guatemala AF as FAG-444.   W/o in a hard landing Jul 1974. Scrapped Nov 2003.  
				1658 (MSN 43426) sold to Guatemala AF as FAG-448.
73-1659/1663		Cessna T-41D Mescalero
				MSN R.172-0547/0551.  Sold to Argentina as AE-01/05
				1662 acquired 1975 by Thai AF as F14-13/18 following escape from Cambodia,
					so it must have been sold to Cambodia after Argentine service.   
73-1664/1669		Fairchild Republic A-10A Thunderbolt II
				MSN A10-0001/0006.
				1664 converted to YA-10B.  Has been used by AFFTC at Edwards AFB.  Due to be put
					on display near West Gate of Edwards AFB.
				1665 noted Mar 10, 2004 as GA-10A ground instructional airframe at Sheppard AFB, TX
				1666 on display at Hill AFB Museum, UT.
				1667 at England AFB, LA.
				1668 w/o Mar 11, 1982 at Eglin ranges with ADTC
				1669 Aug 8, 1977 at Edwards ranges with AFFTC
73-1670/1673		Cancelled contract for Fairchild Republic A-10A
73-1674/1675		Boeing E-3A Sentry
				MSN 21046,21185.
				1674 converted to JE-3C.  Held by Boeing for development work.  Official designation
					is E-3C, unofficial designation is JE-3A.  To E-3G.  To AMARC Apr 23, 2012.
				1675 converted to E-3B
73-1676/1677		Boeing E-4A
				MSN 20682,20683.  747-200B modified as airborne command
					post.  Both later upgraded to E-4B.
				1676 damaged its tail during landing at Offutt AFB, Nebraska May 10, 2010.
				1677 Operating in 2013 with 1 ACCS/55 Wg at Offutt AFB
73-1678/1680		Lockheed C-130H Hercules
				1678 (MSN 382-4572) to Royal Danish AF as B-678 Apr 1975.  To Egyptian
					AF as 1296.
				1679 (MSN 382-4587) to Royal Danish AF as B-679 Apr 1975.  To Egyptian
					AF as 1297
				1680 (MSN 382-4599) to Royal Danish AF as B-680 Jul 1975.  To Egyptian
					as as 1298
73-1681/1683		McDonnell Douglas VC-9C
				MSN 47668,47670,47671.  VIP transport version of DC-9 Series 30 - redesignated C-9C.
				1681 (MSN 47668) Retired Sep 16, 2011, stored at Phoenix Mesa-Williams, AR, in 2011 to Department of State Air Wing.  In to11
					to Department of State Air wing as N681AL.  Offered for public sale May 2013.  Arrived at Castle Air Museum,
					Atwater, Califoria Oct 16, 2013 for display.
				1682 (MSN 47670/769) This VC-9C transported America's top leadership from 1975 until 2011. Much of that 
					time it served as Air Force Two for Vice Presidents Walter Mondale, George H.W. Bush, Dan Quayle, 
					Al Gore and Dick Cheney.  It also served serveral of America's First Ladies—Rosalynn Carter, 
					Nancy Reagan, Barbara Bush, Hillary R. Clinton, Laura Bush, and Michelle Obama.
					When this aircraft was needed to transport presidents into smaller airports—Ronald Reagan, 
					George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and George W. Bush—it served as Air Force One.
					It also transported visiting world leaders such as Queen Elizabeth II and the Chief of Staff 
					of the People's Republic of China.  This VC-9C has extended range fuel tanks and was also the 
					first to have a special communications suite installed for the vice president. 
					From 1975 until 2006 it was assigned to the 89th Airlift Wing at Andrews AFB, Maryland. 
					From 2005 until 2011 it was assigned to the 932nd Airlift Wing at Scott AFB, Illinois.
					In 2011 was on display at Air Mobility Command Museum, Dover AFB, Delaware
				1683 (MSN 47671) retired Sep 16, 2011, stored at Phoenix Mesa-Williams, AR, in 2011 to Department of State Air Wing
73-1684			Cancelled contract for McDonnell Douglas VC-9C
73-1685/1698		Cessna T-37C
				Sold to Republic of Korea AF
				1694 (MSN 42037) to Republic of Korea AF as 31694 and noted on display Oct 2011 in Aviation University Aeerospace
					Museum, Susaek
73-01699			Pilatus PC-6/B2-H2 Porter built by Fairchild Hiller
				MSN 2072.  Registered N5306F in 1974, cancelled Nov 1974.  To USAF as 73-01699 Nov 1974. Reported as donated to
					Bolivia.  To Fuerza Aerea Boliviana as 005 (or 009).  Registered N530RQ Apr 1987.  Rebuilt from remains of
					FAB 005.  registration cancelled Dec 17, 1990 on export to France.  Registered F-GHVH May 24, 1991, current.
73-1700			Boeing LGM-30G Minuteman III missiles
				modified for air-launch from C-5A.

73-3300			Lockheed LC-130R Hercules
				MSN 382-4508.  Ex US Navy BuNo 159129.  Originally had been 73-0839 that had been built for US Navy as LC-130R-1
					and owned by National Science Foundation and operated by VXE-6 from 1974 to 1995.  Went to AMARC in 1995
					and was selected for NSF/ANG coversion to LC-130H.  Removed from AMARC in 1999 and to Raytheon, Texas
					for modificatin to LC-130H.  Reserialled 73-3300.  Conversion to LC-130H completed Mar 2003.
					Transferred to the 109th Airlift Wing of the New York Air National Guard, stationed at Stratton Air 
					National Guard Base, Schenectady, NY.  The 109th AW's mission is to provide airlift support to the 
					National Science Foundation's South Pole research program by flying LC-130H Hercules airlifters, modified 
					with wheel-ski gear, in support of Arctic and Antarctic operations

73-58768			Bell UH-1N Iroquois
				58768 ex US Navy 158768 that went to AMARC Sep 26 2012

73-58772/58773		Bell UH-1N Iroquois
				58772 ex US Navy 158772 that went to AMARC Apr 13 2012
				58773 ex US Navy 158773 that went to AMARC Apr 18 2012

73-58775			Bell UH-1N Iroquois
				58775 ex US Navy 158775 that went to AMARC May 15 2014

73-58777/58778		Bell UH-1N Iroquois
				58777 ex US Navy 158777 that went to AMARC Oct 15 2014
				58778 ex US Navy 158778 that went to AMARC Apr 28 2014

				
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73-21650/21655		Sikorsky YUH-60A Blackhawk
				MSN 70.001/004, 006/007
				21650 (MSN 70.001) w/o May 19, 1978.
				21651,21652 converted to GYUH-60A.
				21654,21655 built as UH-60A.
				21651 at Army Aviation Museum, Ft. Rucker, Alabama
73-21656/21660		Boeing-Vertol YUH-61A
				21656 on display at Army Aviation Museum, Ft. Rucker, Alabama
				21658 at Army Aviation Museum, Ft. Rucker, AL.			
				21659, 21660 not completed.
73-21661/21860		Bell UH-1H-BH Iroquois
				MSN 13349/13548
				Some from this batch to Philippines and Spain.
				21661 (MSN 13349) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Registration N50823 reserved for US Dept of State (INL/A), Patrick AFB, FL May 19, 2006, taken up
					Dec 7, 2006.  To EJC-425 with Aviacion del Ejercito de Colombia. Regn N50823 canx Jan 4 2008 as exported 
					to Colombia.  Boom of 73-21661 used on 71-20317.
				21662 (MSN 13350) to Bolivia as FAB 8685
				21663 (MSN 13351) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Apparently destined for Uruguay.
				21665 (MSN 13353) registered N223SD with US Dept of State (INL/A), Patrick AFB, FL Nov 26, 2007.  Regn canx Apr 5 2016
				21666 (MSN 13354, converted to UH-1V) with boom from 68-16468 noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Registration N70405 reserved Jan 25, 2007 to Department of
					State Air Wing.  Also identified as DOS-73.  Registration N70405 taken up Mar 7, 2007.
					To EJC-430 with Aviacion del Ejercito de Colombia.   N70405 cancelled Dec 6, 2007 on transfer to Colombian AF.
				21667 (MSN 13355) seen at Temple/Draughton Miller Rap, TX Jan 2008.  Seen in storage Nov 7, 2013 at Blackwell Field,
					Ozark, Alabama
				21670 (MSN 13358) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Registration N5207E reserved for US Dept of State (INL/A), Patrick AFB, FL Jul 13, 2004, taken up Aug 20, 2004.
				21671 (MSN 13359) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Registration N8060G reserved US Dept of State (INL/A), Patrick AFB, FL Jul 9, 2004, taken up Aug 17, 2004.
					To Fuerza Aerea Boliviana.   Regn N8060G canx Sep 18 2013 as exported to Bolivia
				21672 (MSN 13360) w/o Oct 28, 1985.
				21674 (MSN 13362, UH-1V, Army Air Ambulance Detachment) crashed 
					at Yakima Training Center Feb 6, 2006 after losing power during
					training mission.  Hit ground and rolled over 1 1/2 times.  4 crewmembers suffered minor injuries.
					Helicopter is a total loss.  AFM Apr 2006
				21675 to Thai AF in 2003.
				21676 (MSN 13364) to Permian Basin Vietnam Veterans Memorial Committee, Midland, Texas
				21678 with 121stMed Co DC ARNG May 2014. N678WN US Dept of State (INL/A), Patrick AFB, FL. Regn canx May 21 2015. 
					To Sacramento County Sheriff's Dept, Sacramento, CA.
				21679 (MSN 13367) became N21UH, then EC-GUT.
				21680 (MSN 13368) Registered N388M Mar 8, 2006.
				21683 (MSN 13371): April 2004 issue of 'Air Forces Monthly' reports it gone to Dominican Army.
					To Dominican AF May 27, 2004 as FAD 3063
				21686 (MSN 13374) seen at Temple/Draughton Miller Rap, TX Jan 2008
				21687 (MSN 13375) to City of McVille--Park Board, North Dakota
				21690 (MSN 13378) at Ozark, Blackwell Field, AL Apr 2007
				21691 (MSN 13379) noted Mar 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller
					RAP, TX.
				21694 (MSN 13382) destroyed in accident May 29, 1982 near Buena Vista, Colorado
				21696 (MSN 13384) to Bolivia as FAB 8692
				21697 (MSN 13385) N697WW US Dept of State (INL/A), Patrick AFB, FL, Jun 11 2010.  Noted Mar 2005 in 
					storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  For sale by GSA Auctions at US Dept of State, 
					Melbourne & Sanford Arpt, FL, Jan 2, 2014.
					To Northwest Helicopters/Turbines LLC, Olympia, WA, Mar 13 2014 
				21699 to El Salvador AF as FAS 258.
				21700 (MSN 13388) donated to Republic of Georgia
				21702 (MSN 13390) seen in storage Nov 7, 2013 at Blackwell Field, Ozark, Alabama
				21706 (MSN 13394) noted Mar 7, 2005 with US Helicopters at Ozark.
					Noted Mar 2006 stored at Panama City AP, FL
				21707 (MSN 13395) noted Mar 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller
					RAP, TX.  Stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions at Ozark, AL Aug 24, 2016.
				21708 (MSN 13396) noted Mar 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller
					RAP, TX.
				21709 (MSN 13397) noted Mar 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller
					RAP, TX.
				21710 (MSN 13398) noted withdrawn from use at Fort Indiantown Gap/Muir AAF, Pa 5/24/2001
				21712 (MSN 13400) at River Rouge, MI in 2008.  In 2012 was displayed in park at Ecorse, MI.
				21713 (MSN 13401, converted to UH-1V) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Still there Mar 2005.  Registered N220SD with US Dept of State (INL/A), Patrick AFB, FL Nov 26, 2007
				21714 (MSN 13402) donated to Republic of Georgia
				21715 to El Salvador AF as FAS 247.
				21716 US Dept of State, Patrick AFB, FL.
				21717 (MSN 13405, converted to UH-1V) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Registration N7041M reserved Jan 25, 2007 to Department of
					State Air Wing.  Registration N7041M taken up Mar 7, 2007.  To PNP-343 Policia Nacional del Peru
				21718 (MSN 13406) noted May 2004 with US Helicopters at Ozark, AL, apparently destined
					for Peruvian Police
				21719 (MSN 13407, UH-1V) noted Mar 7, 2005 with US Helicopters at Ozark, AL.
					Reservation N7041X reserved Jan 25, 2007 with Department
					of State Air Wing.  Also identified as DOS-67 N7041X taken up Mar 7, 2007.  To EJC-426 with 
					Aviacion del Ejercito de Colombia.  N7041X cancelled Dec 6, 2007 on transfer to Colombian AF
				21721 (MSN 13409) operating with Multinational Force and
					Observers Air Wing to patrol Israel/Egypt border.  Retired from Hurlburt Field, Florida Jun 2013
					and to New York State Police as N224SP
				21722 (MSN 13410) noted Mar 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller
					RAP, TX.  N722AW US Dept of State, Patrick AFB, FL. Charlotte County Mosquito Control, Port Charlotte, FL
				21723 (MSN 13411) noted Mar 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller
					RAP, TX.  N723WK US Dept of State, Patrick AFB, FL, Oct 12 2010. Regn canx Mar 26 2014.
				21726 (MSN 13414) to Bolivia as FAB 8691
				21729 (MSN 13417) N5207U with US Dept of State (INL/A), Patrick AFB, FL, Aug 20 2004.  To PNP-350 with 
					Policia Nacional del Peru.
				21730 (MSN 13418) in service with Philippine AF as 21730
				21732 (MSN 13420) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				21735 (MSN 13423) seen at Temple/Draughton Miller Rap, TX Jan 2008
				21737 (MSN 13425) operating with Multinational Force and
					Observers Air Wing to patrol Israel/Egypt border 
				21738 (MSN 13426) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Still there Mar 2005
				21739 (MSN 13427) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX
					Still there Mar 2005.
				21742 (MSN 13430) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Registration N8122N reserved by US Dept of State (INL/A), Patrick AFB, FL, May 19, 2006, taken up
					Dec 7, 2006. To PNP-344 with Policia Nacional del Peru
				21743 (MSN 13431) stored at Camp Robinson, Arkansas Aug 2002.
					Noted Mar 2005 in storage (minus boom) at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				21744 (MSN 13432) noted Mar 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller
					RAP, TX.  Registered N218SD with US Dept of State (INL/A), Patrick AFB, FL Nov 26, 2007
				21746 (MSN 13434) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Still there Mar 2005.  Registered N7516E Nov 6, 2007 with US Dept of State (INL/A), Patrick AFB, FL.  
					To Policia Nacional Civil de Guatemala Mar 25 2008  Noted
					Mar 11, 2008 as Guatemalan military 21746 but still carrying
					civil registration of N7516E.  Regn N7516E canx Oct 30 2013 as exported to Guatemala
				21748 (MSN 13436, UH-1V) stored at Camp Robinson, Arkansas Aug 2002.
					registration N70389 reserved Jan 25, 2007 with Department
					of State Airwing.  Also identified as DOS-71.  N70389 taken up Mar 7, 2007.  To EJC-431 with 
					Aviacion del Ejercito de Colombia.   N70389 cancelled Dec 6, 2007 on transfer to Colombian AF
				21750 to Thai AF in 2003
				21752 (MSN 13440, UH-1V) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Registration N8121Z reserved for US Dept of State (INL/A), Patrick AFB, FL May 19, 2006, taken up
					Dec 7, 2006.  To EJC-427 with Aviacion del Ejercito de Colombia. Regn N8121Z 
					canx Nov 21 2011 as exported to Colombia.
				21753 (MSN 13441) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Still there Mar 2005.  Registered N75168 Nov 6, 2007 with US Dept of State (INL/A), Patrick AFB, FL.
					To Policia Nacional Civil de Guatemala.  Noted Mar 11, 2008 as Guatemalan military 21753 but still
					carrying civil registration of N75168.  . 
					Regn N75168 canx Oct 30 2013 as exported to Guatemala
				21754 (MSN 13442) to Bolivia as FAB 8684
				21756 (MSN 13444) stored at Camp Robinson, Arkansas Aug 2002.  Noted May 2004 with 
					US Helicopters at Ozark, AL, apparently destined for Peruvian Police
				21757 (MSN 13445) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Still there Mar 2005
				21761 (MSN 13449) to US Dept of State, Patrick AFB, FL
				21763 (MSN 13451) stored at Camp Robinson, Arkansas Aug 2002.  To Dandenong RSL Sub-branch, Australia
				21765 (MSN 13453) stored at Camp Robinson, Arkansas Aug 2002.  Noted May 2004 with 
					US Helicopters at Ozark, AL, apparently destined for Peruvian Police
				21769 (MSN 13457) registration N5207U reserved Jul 13, 2004.  Damaged Oct 23, 2014 at Rio Grande City, Texas.
				21770 (MSN 13458) noted Mar 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller
					RAP, TX.  N770AW US Dept of State, Patrick AFB, FL. Regn canx May 26 2015.  To Sacramento County 
					Sheriff's Dept, Sacramento, CA.
				21771 (MSN 13459, UH-1V): April 2004 issue of 'Air Forces Monthly' reports it gone 
					to Dominican Army.  To Dominican AF May 27, 2004 as FAD 3065
				21772 (MSN 13460) noted Mar 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller
					RAP, TX. N772WK US Dept of State, Patrick AFB, FL. Charlotte County Mosquito Control, Port Charlotte, FL
				21773 (MSN 13461) registered N911SS Jun 17, 2009 with Merced County Sheriff's Office.
				21776 with 121 Medic Company, DC NG, in 2010
				21779 (MSN 13467) noted Mar 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller
					RAP, TX.  Assigned to NASA Kennedy Space Center, FL.  Registered as NASA 418.
					Registered as N418NA Apr 20, 2012; current.
				21782 to Thai AF in 2003.
				21783 (MSN 13471) on civil registry as N911FK.  Registration N783CS reserved Jul 3, 2003.
					Registration N783CS taken up Sep 29, 2003.  Derelict at Charlotte County Apt.
				21784 (MSN 13472) to AMARC as XA0611 Feb 10, 2000.  Had been damaged May 1, 1997 with A Company, 2-147th AVN
					MN NG.
				21787 (MSN 13477) noted minus tailboom Mar 7, 2005 with US Helicopters at Ozark.  Stored at Tara Field, GA Jan 2008.
				21788 (MSN 13476) to Bolivia as FAB 8686
				21789 (MSN 13477) to N789WK with US Dept of State, Patrick AFB, FL, Oct 12 2010(
				21790 (MSN 13478) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Still there Mar 2005
				21791 (MSN 13479) registered N216SD with US Dept of State (INL/A), Patrick AFB, FL Nov 26, 2007
				21793 (MSN 13481) noted Mar 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
				21795 (MSN 13483) to Forca Aera Brasileira as 8659 and donated to Fuerza Aerea Boliviana Oct 2012 as FAB-726.
				21801 (MSN 13489) stored at Daggett Airfield outside Fort Irwin.  Belongs to the
					Fort Irwin Museum.  Has tail boom from 74-22315
				21805 (MSN 13493) noted Mar 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  Seen Nov 7, 2013
					in storage at blackwell Field, Ozark, Alabama
				21806 (MSN 13494) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Still there Mar 2005.  Noted Mar 2006 stored at Panama City AP, FL
				21807 (MSN 13495) noted Mar 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller
					RAP, TX.
				21808 (MSN 13496) noted Mar 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller
					RAP, TX.
				21809 (MSN 13497) noted withdrawn from use at Newcastle County APT, Wilmington, DE May 18, 2001. 
					Registered N41909 Nov 20, 2003
				21810 (MSN 13498) noted Mar 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  On display at 
					Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL
				21812 (MSN 13500) to Forca Aerea brasileira as 866 and donated to Fuerza Aerea boliviana Oct 2012 as FAB-727
				21819 (MSN 13507) to Bolivia as FAB8 8687
				21821 (MSN 13509) to AMARC as XA0674 Sept 15, 2000.  Registered N42451 Jan 14, 2005.
					To Philippine AF with serial 520.  Crashed in bad weather Jun 10, 2007
					at Besao during supply mission.  2 injured.
				21822 to civil registry as N833M May 26, 1994. Registration cancelled Sep 27, 1994.
				21825 (MSN 13513) w/o Jul 8, 1982
				21826 (MSN 13514) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Registration N5206Q reserved with US Dept of State (INL/A), Patrick AFB, FL Jul 13, 2004, taken up Aug 20, 2004.
					To PNP-351 with Policia Nacional del Peru
				21828 (MSN 13516) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Noted Mar 7, 2005 with US Helicopters at Ozark.  Registration
					N82121 reserved Sep 15, 2005, taken up Dec 7, 2006.
				21829 (MSN 13517) at Ozark, Blackwell Field, AL Apr 2007.  On display at Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL
				21832 (MSN 13520) registered N370PD Apr 27, 2009
				21834 (MSN 13522) w/o at Fort Greeley, AK Mar 11, 1989.
				21835 (MSN 13523) noted Mar 15, 2004 stored at 1108th AVCRAD, Gulfport-Biloxi RAP, MS,
					allegedly beyond economical repair.
				21839 (MSN 13527) on display at 1st Cavalry Division Museu,. Fort Hood, Texas.
				21840 (MSN 13528) stored at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX May 2005.  Converted to Th-1H.  Landed hard
					due to tail rotor failure in Conecuh National Forest 43 mi W of Fort Rucke, AL Jun 30, 2009.
					Minor injuries.  Seen at Temple/Draughton Miller Rap, TX Jan 2008
				21842 (MSN 13530) to Spanish Army as HU.10-40
				21845 (MSN 13533) to Spanish Army as HU.10-46
				21851 (MSN 13539) 21784 (MSN 13472) crashed May 2, 1997, Grand Rapids, MN.
				21852 (MSN 13540) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Apparently destined for Uruguay.
				21853 (MSN 13541) to civil registry as N30TV Sep 12, 1994. Impacted with a pole and crashed near Savannah, 
					TN Feb 3, 1998. 3 onboard killed, 1 injured plus a worker on the pole killed.
				21854 (MSN 13542) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Still there Mar 2005
				21855 (MSN 13543) stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions at Ozark, Al Aug 24, 2016.
				21856 (MSN 13544) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Registration N8121L reserved for US Dept of State (INL/A), Patrick AFB, FL ,May 19, 2006, taken up
					Dec 7, 2006.  To PNC-0738 with Policia Nacional de Colombia
				21857 (MSN 13545) made final AFSOC flight Sep 19, 2012.
				21859 (MSN 13547) registered N253SD with US Dept of State (INL/A), Patrick AFB, FL Nov 26, 2007
73-21861/21934		Bell OH-58A-BF Kiowa
				MSN 42127/42200
				21863 (MSN 42129) to civil registry as N863WC, registratin N200KK
					reserved Jun 12, 2006, taken up Jan 17, 2007
				21866 (MSN 42132, 132nd Avn, OK ARNG) hit power lines and crashed near Bixby, OK Aug 28, 1995. 2 killed.
				21871 (OH-58C, MSN 42137) noted in scrapyard at Wampsville/Oneida, NY May 2001.  Noted in surplus yard at Roswell,
					Georgia in Apr 2015.
				21872 (MSN 42138) registered as NX27LC.
				21873 (MSN 42139) converted to OH-58D as 88-0313.  
				21874 (MSN 42140) currently N803CP, registration N94451 reserved Nov 9, 2006.
				21876 (MSN 42142) converted to OH-58D(I) as 91-0553.
				21878 (MSN 42144) converted to OH-58C. Registration N35LD taken up Mar 22, 1996.
				21879 (MSN 42145) was N65160, reregistered N380PD Sep 15, 2004.
				21880 (MSN 42146) civil registration N776MB allocated July 2001.
				21882 (MSN 42148) to civil registry as N882KP Nov 22, 2002
				21885 (MSN 42151) seen on trailer at Sun and Fun, Apr 2008.
				21888 (MSN 42154) to civil registry as N911BP Aug 5, 1996
				21889 (MSN 42155) Noted in Septemebr 1996 with South Carolina ARNG. Registered as N259FB on September 
					3, 2014 to Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office, Richmond, Texas. 
				21890 (MSN 42156). To N47VS Jun 13, 2003.  Registration cancelled Jul 3, 2006 on
					sale to owner in Germany.
				21894 (MSN 42160, OH-58A) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001
				21895 (MSN 42161) to N8176S			
				21896 (MSN 42162, OH-58A) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001
				21898 (MSN 42164, OH-58A) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001
				21899 (MSN 42165) to civil registry as N519P Jun 4, 1996.
				21901 (MSN 42167) Pinal County Sheriff's Office (parts donor), stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions at Coolidge Municipal 
					Airport, AZ, Oct 20 2016
				21905 (MSN 42171, OH-58A) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001
				21906 (MSN 42172, OH-58A) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001.
					Registration N12NP reserved Sep 9, 2005, taken up Dec 29, 2005.
				21907 (MSN 42173, A Coy/1-114th Avn) suffered mechanical failure during drug interdiction
					patrol Jun 4, 2009, lost power, and autorotated into Buffalo River, Marion
					County, AR where helo overturned and sank.  One of 3 occupants seriously
					injured.  Helo recovered from river next day
				21909 (MSN 42175) to civil registry as N911FH May 23, 1997
				21911 (MSN 42177) to IN State Police as N134SP.  Has been sold to Murphy
					Airport, Inc
				21912 (MSN 42178) to IN State Police as N281SP.  Has been sold to
					Garlick Helicopters.
				21913 (MSN 42179) converted to OH-58D 88-0317.
				21921 (MSN 42187, OH-58C) to civil registry as N158LE May 28, 1996
				21922 (MSN 42188) to civil registry as N703MP Jan 31, 1998.
				21923 (MSN 42189). Registered N544DM May 14, 2003.  Registration
					N158RG reserved Apr 12, 2007.  Registration N158RG taken
					up Jul 30, 2007.
				21925 (MSN 42191) w/o Mar 19, 1991.
				21932 (MSN 42198) with Riverside County Sheriff's Aviation Unit, Hemet-Ryain Airport, CA in July 1996.
					To civil registry as N251LR May 12, 2000.  Stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions at Ocala, FL, Dec 7 2015 
				21933 (MSN 42199) converted to OH-58D(I) 91-0555.
				21934 (MSN 42200) converted to OH-58D(I) 93-0937.
73-21935/21940		Bell AH-1G, J or Q 
				For Israel, delivered mid 1975 and scrapped in 2006
73-21941/21942		Sikorsky XH-59A
				both to NASA
				21942 at Army Aviation Museum, Ft. Rucker, AL
73-21943/21969		Unknown allocation
73-21970/21981		Boeing-Vertol CH-47C Chinook
				To Australia as A15-001/012.  Customer number E-001/E-012
				A15-001 (73-21970) delivered to the RAAF 9Oct73 as A15-001. Shipped to Australia on HMAS Melbourne; 
					off-loaded in Brisbane March 1974.
					Assigned to No 12 Squadron, RAAF Amberley, QLD
					Crashed Feb 4, 1985 Perseverance Dam Towoomba QLD.  Recovered to No 3 Aircraft Depot, RAAF 
					Amberley, QLD; to the fire section 22Dec86 as a training aid. Last noted derelict at Oakey, QLD
				A15-002 (73-21971) delivered to the RAAF as A15-002. Shipped to Australia on HMAS Melbourne; off-loaded 
					in Brisbane March 1974.
					Assigned to No 12 Squadron, RAAF Amberley, QLD
					Returned to USA 9/1993.  Modified as CH-47D and reserialed as
					USAF 93-00924.  Returned to RAAF as A15-102
				A15-003 (73-21972) delivered to the RAAF as A15-003. Shipped to Australia on HMAS Melbourne; 
					off-loaded in Brisbane March 1974.
					Assigned to No 12 Squadron, RAAF Amberley, QLD
					Returned to USA 9/1993.  Modified as CH-47D and reserialed as
					USAF 93-00925.  Returned to RAAF as A15-103
				A15-004 (73-21973) delivered to the RAAF as A15-004. Shipped to Australia on HMAS Melbourne; 
					off-loaded in Brisbane March 1974.
					Assigned to No 12 Squadron, RAAF Amberley, QLD
					Returned to USA 9/1993.  Modified as CH-47D and reserialed as
					USAF 93-00926.  Returned to RAAF as A15-104
				A15-005 (73-21974) delivered to the RAAF as A15-005. Shipped to Australia on HMAS Melbourne; 
					off-loaded in Brisbane March 1974.
					Assigned to No 12 Squadron, RAAF Amberley, QLD
					Returned to USA 9/1993.  Modified to CH-47D and reserialed 93-00928
				A15-006 (73-21975) Delivered to the RAAF as A15-006. Shipped to Australia on HMAS Melbourne; 
					off-loaded in Brisbane March 1974.
					Assigned to No 12 Squadron, RAAF Amberley, QLD
					Returned to USA 9/1993.  Modified as CH-47D and reserialed as
					USAF 93-00927.  Returned to RAAF as A15-106
				A15-007 (73-21976) Delivered to the RAAF as A15-007. Shipped to Australia on HMAS Melbourne; 
					off-loaded in Brisbane March 1974.
					Assigned to No 12 Squadron, RAAF Amberley, QLD
					Returned to USA 9/1993.  Modified to CH-47D and reserialed 93-00929
				A15-008 (73-21977) delivered to the RAAF as A15-008. Shipped to Australia on HMAS Melbourne; 
					off-loaded in Brisbane March 1974.
					Assigned to No 12 Squadron, RAAF Amberley, QLD
					Returned to USA 9/1993.  Modified to CH-47D and reserialed 93-00930
				A15-009 (73-21978) delivered to the RAAF as A15-009. Shipped to Australia on HMAS Melbourne; 
					off-loaded in Brisbane March 1974.
					Assigned to No 12 Squadron, RAAF Amberley, QLD
					Returned to USA 9/1993.  Modified to CH-47D and reserialed 93-00931
				A15-010 (73-21979) delivered to the RAAF as A15-010. Shipped to Australia on HMAS Melbourne; 
					off-loaded in Brisbane March 1974.
					Assigned to No 12 Squadron, RAAF Amberley, QLD
					Returned to USA 9/1993.  Modified to CH-47D and reserialed 93-00932
				A15-011 (73-21980) delivered to the RAAF as A15-011. Shipped to Australia on HMAS Melbourne; 
					off-loaded in Brisbane March 1974.
					Assigned to No 12 Squadron, RAAF Amberley, QLD
					Crashed Jun 26, 1975 when an engine turbine disintegrated and the aircraft made an emergency 
					landing. The extensive damage presented a challenge to No 3 Aircraft Depot, with no previous 
					experience in major Chinook repairs. After six years, A15-011 was finally returned to squadron 
					service on 21 May 1981.
					Returned to USA 9/1993.  Modified to CH-47D and reserialed 93-00933
				A15-012 (73-21981) delivered to the RAAF as A15-012. Shipped to Australia on HMAS Melbourne; 
					off-loaded in Brisbane March 1974.
					Assigned to No 12 Squadron, RAAF Amberley, QLD
					Returned to USA 9/1993.  Modified to CH-47D and reserialed 93-0934
73-21982/22011		Unknown allocation.
73-22012		Boeing-Vertol XCH-62
				Boeing Vertol Company Model 301.  Developed for the US Army Heavy Lift Helicopter (HLH) proposal. 
				Not accepted by the US Army; contract cancelled Oct74.  The aircraft never actually flew.  It was 
				essentially an incomplete concept model
				In 1983, NASA and DARPA ( Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency) plans were initiated to resume 
				a Heavy Lift Research Vehicle [HLRV] test program, with a possible first flight in 1985, 
				but was cancelled again.
				Stored at Philadelphia until 1987 when transported to the US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL.
				Scrapped at the Fort Rucker Army Aviation Museum, in Alabama, in Oct 11, 2005 to make room for a 
				parking lot.  This sole prototype had deteriorated badly due largely, to prolonged open air storage, 
				and had become a hazard which could have disintegrated if any attempt to move it had been made. 
				The landing gears were delivered 2008 to the Helicopter Museum, Weston-super-Mare, UK.

73-22013/22053		Unknown allocation
73-22054/22055		Bell UH-1N-BF Iroquois
				MSN 31442,31443
				to Tunisia
73-22056/22065		Unknown allocation
73-22066/22135		Bell UH-1H-BF Iroquois
				MSN 13549/13618
				22066 (MSN 13549) noted Mar 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller
					RAP, TX. As UH-1V to civil registry as N347WN on June 3, 2011 to USDA Forest Service, Olympia, Washington.
				22068/22071 to Spain
					22068 with Spanish AF as HE.10B-51, then to civil registry as EC-HDD.  Became VH-UDY in New South Wales,
						Australia Aug 24, 2012.
					22069 (MSN 13552) with Spanish AF as HE10B-52 and on display at Museo del Aire, Madrid in May 2010
					22070 preserved as Spanish Army HE.10B-53 at Armilla Air Base, Granada, Spain.
				22072 (MSN 13555) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Still there Mar 2005.  Registered N209SD with US Dept of State (INL/A), Patrick AFB, FL Nov 26, 2007.
					Stripped hulk for sale by GSA Auctions at Sanford, FL, May 03 2016 2016
				22073 (MSN 13556) stored at Camp Robinson, Arkansas Aug 2002.
				22075 (MSN 13558) to Bolivia as FAB 8689
				22076 (MSN 13559) to Argentine Army Aviation as AE-412
				22077 (MSN 13560) to Argentina as AE-413. Captured on Falkland Islands and returned to UK.  On UK civil
					registry as G-HUEY.  Now on display at Bournemouth Aviation Museum.
				22078 (MSN 13561) to Bolivia as FAB 8690
				I saw 22079 at Freedom Flight in Aurora, IL on 8-5-95.  Seen at Temple/Draughton Miller RAP, TX Jan 2008
				22080 on display at Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL
				22084 (MSN 13567) to Argentine Army Aviatin as AE-415
				22085 (MSN 13568) seen at Temple/Draughton Miller RAP, TX Jan 2008
				22091 (MSN 13574) noted Mar 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller
					RAP, TX.  Seen at MLB, Melbourne, Florida in 2011.  To N91EK with US Dept of State in Jun 29, 2010. 
					Regn canx Nov 21 2014. To Vietnam Helicopter Museum, Sacramento, CA, Sep 26 2015.
				22099 stored at Camp Robinson, Arkansas Aug 2002.
				22121 (MSN 13604) seen at Eagle Base (Tuzla) Boznia-Hertzgovina
					Aug 2004 operated by Spanish Army
				22123 (MSN 13606) donated to Republic of Georgia.
				22125 (MSN 13608) civil registration N705TF allocated.
				22128 (MSN 13611) to Bolivia as FAB 8702
				22131 (MSN 13614, C Coy/1-140th Avn) crashed near Mexican border
					in Otay Mountain area of CA Jan 2, 2007 while carrying
					Border Patrol agents looking for illegal immigrants.
					All 9 onboard injured.  Seen n two pieces at NADEP, NAS North Island Feb 2008
				22132 (MSN 13615)  noted Mar 2005 in storage at Temple/Draughton-Miller
					RAP, TX.  Apr 2007 at Ozark, Blackwell Field, AL.  On display at Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL
				22133 (MSN 13616) converted to TH-1H
				22134 (MSN 13617, converted to UH-1V) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					registration N70402 reserved Jan 25, 2007 with Department
					of State Air Wing at Patrick AFB, FL.  Also identified as DOS-68.  N70402 taken up Mar 7, 2007.  
					To EJC-428 with Aviacion del Ejercito de Colombia.  N70402 cancelled Dec 6, 2007 on transfer to Colombian AF.
				22135 (MSN 13618) noted during March 2003 in storage at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.
					Still there Mar 2005.

73-22246/22247		Bell YAH-63
				22247 is preserved at the US Army Aviation Museum, Ft. Rucker, AL
73-22248			Hughes YAH-64
				Was at US Army Transportation Museum, Fort Eustis, Virginia.  Transferred to Fort Rucker
73-22250/22269		Beech C-12A Huron
				MSN BC-001/BC-020.  Military version of Model A200 Super King Air. 
				22251 (MSN BC-002) registered as N783MC Sep 28, 1998 to US Customs Service, Oklahoma City (Air Interdiction
					Division)
				22252 (MSN BC-003) registered as N7247Y Mar 11, 1997 to US Customs Service, Oklahoma City (Air Interdiction
					Division)
				22254 (MSN BC-005) To civil registry as N540SP and exported to Paraguay in May 2013. 
				22255 (MSN BC-006) as C-12C to civil registry as N530SP in 1997, then N34UP in 2003 and current in 2014.
				22257 (MSN BC-008) was N999SP, reregistered N9998P Feb 24, 2004.
				22258 (MSn BC-014) To Los Angeles Police Department, California as N381PD and cancelled on August 30,  2006. 
				22259 (MSN BC-015) in September 1993 service with US Army Japan at Camp Zama. To civil registry as N222DM then        
					on April 4, 1997 to N851EM with Los Angeles Police Department. 
				22260 (MSN BC-016) named “Old Pearl” with 7th Army Training Center in October 1992.  To civil registry as N1559 
					with US Customs Service.
				22261 (MSN BC-9) Current as N1560 with United States Customs Service Air Interdiction Division, Oklahoma. 
				22262 as C-12C still on active service with Communicatins-Electronics Command (CECOM)
				22263 (MSN BC-011) as C-12C to civil registry as N72472 with United States Customs Service, Oklahoma City
					(Air Interdiction Division).  For sale by GSA Auctions at San Angelo, TX Jul 7, 2016.
				22266 (MSN BC-017) to N7074G with US Department of Homeland Security, Office of Air and Marine, Wahington, DC
					Dec 4, 2000.  For sale by GSA Auctions at San Angelo, TX Jul 7, 2016.
				22267 (MSN BC-18) To N505FK with Monroe County Sheriffs Office, Key West, Florida on November 23, 1998. 
				22269 (MSN BC-20) To N1558 with United States Customs Service Air Interdiction Division, Oklahoma on November 1, 1996. 

73-58772/58773		Bell UH-1N Irquois
				Ex US Navy UH-1N 158772 and 158773
				58772 to AMARC Apr 13, 2012
				58773 to AMARC Apr 18, 2012



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