1975 USAF Serial Numbers


Last revised October 14, 2021


75-0001/0016	cancelled contract for Beechcraft C-12A Huron
75-0017		General Dynamics SLV-3A Atlas missile
75-0018/0048	McDonnell Douglas F-15A-13-MC Eagle
			MSN A098/A128.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
			0018 (71st TFS, 1st TFW) crashed into Atlantic Ocean off coast of Virginia Sep 1, 1978.
			0019 (MSN 0115/A099) Active in October 1994 with 128th Fighter Squadron Georgia ANG at Dobbins ARB. 
				Assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW, Florida ANG.  To AMARC Sep 13, 2010.
			0020 (MSN 0116/A100) to AMARC as FH0044 Nov 5, 1992.  Still on AMARC 
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0021 (MSN 0117/A101) to AMARC as FH0030 May 7, 1992.  Still on AMARC 
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0022 (MSN 0118/A102) Ca.1977: TOS USAF.
				By 6/82: 1st Fighter Wing, Langley AFB, VA.
				By 11/88: 325th Fighter Wing, Tyndall AFB, FL.
				To AMARC as FH0045 Nov 16, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0023 (27th TFS, 1st TFW) burned out on flight line at Langley AFB, VA Mar 10, 1980
			0024 (MSN 0121/A104) assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW, Florida ANG.  To AMARC Apr 7, 2010
			0025 (MSN 0121/A105) assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW, Florida ANG.  To AMARC as FH0130 Nov 30, 2004.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
			0026 (MSN 0122/A106) with National Warplane Museum, Horseheads, NY painted as F-15C 83-033.
				Reported in 2005 to be at Wings of Eagles Discovery Center, 
				Elmira-Corning, NY painted as 83-033
			0027 (1 FS, 325 FW) crashed in Applachicola Forese Alabama/Georga Oct 1, 1987
			0028 (MSN 0124/A108) to AMARC as FH0117 May 18, 1995.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
			0029 (MSN 0126/A109) assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW, Florida ANG.  To AMARC Jun 17, 2009.
			0030 (MSN 0128/A110) Active in October 1994 with 128th Fighter Squadron Georgia ANG at Dobbins ARB 
				To AMARC as FH0128 Oct 4, 2004.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
			0031 (MSN 0129/A111) to AMARC as FH0055 Feb 9, 1993.  Still on AMARC 
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0032 (MSN 0130/A112) to AMARC as FH0035 Jul 16, 1992. Still on AMARC 
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0033 displayed at Eglin AFB, Florida as gate guard, named "Gulf Spirit".
			0034 (MSN 0132/A114) to AMARC as FH0046 Nov 16, 1992.  Still on AMARC 
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0035 (MSN 0133/A115) to AMARC as FH0042 Oct 26, 1992. Still on AMARC 
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0036 (MSN 0134/A116)  Active in October 1978 with 94th Tactical Fighter Squadron/1st Tactical Fighter Wing at 
				Langley AFB, Virginia.  To AMARC as FH0049 Nov 30, 1992.  Still on AMARC 
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0037 (MSN 0136/A117) to AMARC as FH0051 Dec 17, 1992.  Still on AMARC 
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0038 (MSN 0137/A118) to AMARC as FH0038 Sep 10, 1992.  Still on AMARC 
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0039 (MSN 0138/A119) Ca.1977: TOS USAF. Assigned to 71st Tactical Fighter Squadron, 1st Tactical Fighter Wing, Eglin AFB, FL.
				By 1987:  128th TFS, 116th TFW (ANG), Marietta-Dobbins ARB, GA.
				By Oct 1996 assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW, Florida ANG.  
				By Oct 2005 88th Air Base Wing, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
				Preserved at Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio Mar 2006.
			0040 (MSN 0139/A120, OR ANG, 142th FW, 123rd FS) crashed into Pacific off Arch Cape,
				Oregon Jun 26, 2007. Pilot killed.
			0041 (MSN 0140/A121) to AMARC as FH0050 Dec 17, 1992.  Still on AMARC 
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0042 (MSN 0141/A122) to AMARC as FH0039 Sep 10, 1992.  Still on AMARC 
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0043 (MSN 0141/A123) assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW, Florida ANG.  To AMARC as FH0198 May 22, 2008.  Scheduled for 
				display at Vietnam Veterans Memorial Parkway in Warner-Robins, Georgia if the money needed can be raised.  The 
				aircraft was towed from Warner Robins AFB through downtown Warner Robins, GA for display at Warner Robins City 
				Hall Sep 6, 2014
			0044 (MSN A124) reported in 2005 in use as battle damage repair training airframe
				at Robins AFB, GA.  Reported in 2007 as being a ground maintenance
				trainer at Eglin AFB.  Noted 2009 on display at NW Florida Regional Airport, Crestview, Florida, marked as 82-0034
			0045 Ca.1977: TOS USAF. Assigned to 94th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 1st Tactical Fighter Wing, Langley AFB, VA.
				By 8/82: 58th TFS, 33rd TFW, Eglin AFB, FL
				By 11/88: 325th Fighter Wing, Tyndall AFB, FL.
				By Feb 1996 33rd Maintenance Squadron, Eglin AFB, FL as GF-15A.
				Noted Mar 16, 2004 in use as ground instructional airframe at Eglin AFB, FL.  Noted 2009 on display at USS Alabama
				Museum, Mobile, Alabama.  Marked as MiG-killer 79-0078.
			0046 (MSN 0146/A126) to AMARC as FH0021 Apr 14, 1992.
			0047 (MSN 0147A127) assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW, Florida ANG. Active in November 1993 with 128th Fighter 
				Squadron/ 116th Fighter Wing Georgia ANG. To AMARC as FH0174 Sep 20, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
75-0049/0079	McDonnell Douglas F-15A-14-MC Eagle
			MSN A129/A159.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
			0049 (MSN 0149/A129) Active in April 1980 with 36th Tactical Fighter Wing at Bitburg AB, Germany
				Assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW, Florida ANG.  To AMARC Jun 10, 2009.
			0050 (MSN 0151/A130) to AMARC as FH0022 Apr 22, 1992.  Still on AMARC 
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0051 (33rd TFW, 60th TFS) crashed near Panama City after collision with F-15 76-0048 on refuelling
				mission Nov 2, 1981.  Pilot of 0051 killed but 76-0048 landed safely.
			0052 assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW, Florida ANG.  To AMARC as FH0175 Sep 20, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
			0053 to Israel
			0054 (MSN 0155/A134, 122nd FS, 159th FG, Louisiana ANG) crashed after collision with F-16A 82-0927 over the Atlantic 
				off Brunswick, GA Dec 17, 1993. F-15A pilot ejected safely and rescued.  F-16A pilot killed.
			0055 (MSN A135) reported 2005 in use as battle damage repair training airframe at
				Langley AFB, Virginia.  For years located outside Langley AFB Static Display hangar, now outside on a concrete pad
				near Langley AFB West Gate
			0056 (MSN 0158/A136, GA ANG, 116th TFW, 128th TFS) collided with F-16B 79-0419 near Wadley, GA Nov 24, 1987. 
				F-15A Pilot ejected safely.  F-16B landed safely
			0057 (MSN 0159/A137) assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW, Florida ANG.  To AMARC as FH0189 Jun 10, 2009.
			0058 (MSN 0160/A138) To 36th Tactical Fighter Wing at Bitburg, Germany on June 8, 1977 
				Assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW, Florida ANG
			0059 (36th TFW, 525th TFS) crashed into North Sea off coast of Cromer, Norfolk, UK Apr 17, 1978.
				Pilot survived.
			0060 (MSN 0162/A140) To 36th Tactical Fighter Wing at Bitburg, Germany on June 8, 1977 
				To AMARC as FH0037 Aug 21, 1992.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0061 (MSN 0164/A141 with Oregon ANG (2005).  To AMARC Jan 6, 2009
			0062 (MSN 0165/A142) to AMARC as FH0052 Jan 11, 1993.  Still on AMARC 
					inventory Jan 15, 2008 
			0063 (525th TFS, 36th TFW) crashed near Alhorn, Schleswig Holstein, Germany Dec 19, 1978. 
				Pilot ejected and survived
			0064 (36th TFW, 22nd TFS) crashed near Daun, Rheinland-Pfaltz, Eifel, Germany Dec 28, 1978.
				Pilot ejected and survived.
			0065 (MSN 168/A145) assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW, Florida ANG.  On display at Dakota Territory Air Museum, Minot AFB, 
				North Dakota in Jul 2013.
			0066 assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW, Florida ANG.  To AMARC as FH0173 Sep 20, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
			0067 (MSN 0170/A147) To 36th Tactical Fighter Wing at Bitburg, Germany on June 8, 1977 
				Assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW, Florida ANG.  To AMARC Jul 22, 2010.
			0068 (MSN 0172/A148) to AMARC Mar 19, 2009.
			0069 (MSN 0173/A149) assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW, Florida ANG.  To AMARC Apr 7, 2010
			0070 (22nd TFS, 36th TFW) crashed near Baden-Baden, Baden-Wurtemberg, Germany Mar 4, 1980.
			0071 (128th FS, 116th FW, Georgia ANG) collided with 75-0075 over eastern Tennessee Jan 15, 1992.  
				0071 Pilot bailed out.  0075 landed safely.
			0072 assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW, Florida ANG
			0073 (MSN 0177/A153) to AMARC as FH0054 Feb 9, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0074 (MSN 0178/A154) to AMARC as FH0048 Nov 30, 1992.  Still on AMARC 
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0075 (128th TFS) collided with 75-0071 over easten Tennessee  Jan 15, 1992.  Landed safely.
				0071 pilot bailed out  0075 was repaired and sent to
				110th FS.  To AMARC as FH0199 Feb 6, 2009.
			0076 (59th TFS, 33rd TFW) crashed 45 mi N of Cold Lake after colliding with F-5E 74-1509 Oct 6, 1983
				F-15A pilot ejected and survived, but F-5E pilot was killed..
			0077 (MSN 0182/A157) to AMARC as FH0018 Mar 31, 1992.  Still on AMARC 
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0078 (MSN 0183/A158) assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW, Florida ANG.  To AMARC as FH0129 Nov 17, 2004.
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
			0079 (MSN 0184/A159) to AMARC as FH0127 Sep 10, 2004.  
				Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
75-0080/0084	McDonnell Douglas F-15B-13-MC Eagle
			MSN B016/B020.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
			0080 to C-52 Eglin Range in mid 2010.
			0081 to AMARC as FH0152 Mar 22, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
			0082 (MSN 0127/B018) to AMARC as FH0057 Mar 26, 1993.  Still on AMARC 
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0083 (MSN 0135/B019) to AMARC as FH0056 Mar 26, 1993.  Still on AMARC 
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
			0084 (MSN 0143/B020) Ca. 1977: TOS USAF. 
				By 11/88: 2nd Tactical Fighter Training Squadron, 325th Tactical Training Wing, Tyndall, AFB, FL.
				1992: 40th Flight Test Squadron, 46th Test Wing, Eglin AFB, FL.
				2003: Robins AFB, GA for storage.  By Sep 3, 2009 transferred from storage at Warner Robins AFB to Russell Military
				Museum in Russell, IL
75-0085/0089	McDonnell Douglas F-15B-14-MC Eagle
			MSN B021/B025.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
			0085 (MSN 150/B021) (57th FWW, 433rd FWS) crashed on Nellis AFB ranges, NV Dec 6, 1977.  Both crew killed.
			0086 (MSN 156/B022)assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW, Florida ANG.  To AMARC as FH0151 Mar 16, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.
			0087 (MSN 163/B023) (325th TFW, 1st TFTS) crashed into Gulf of Mexico after colliding in midair with F-4E 
				68-0535 Aug 17, 1984.  F-15B pilot survived.  One of two onboard the F-4E killed.
			0088 (MSN 0171/B024) Active in June 1977 with 53rd Tactical Fighter Squadron/36th Tactical Fighter Wing at 
				Bitburg AB, Germany.  Assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW, Florida ANG.  To AMARC as FH0204 Oct 23, 2008.
			0089 (MSN 0179/B025) to AMARC as FH0025 Apr 28, 1992.  Still on AMARC 
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
75-0090/0124	cancelled contract for McDonnell Douglas F-15A/B Eagle
75-0125		Boeing E-4B
			Model 747 Series 200 MSN 20949 adapted as airborne command post.  Equipped with 52,500-lb CF6-50E2 engines. 
				Has Nuclear electromagnetic pulse protection, nuclear and thermal effects shielding, advanced electronics, 
				and a wide variety of communications equipment
75-0126/0209	Ryan BQM-34S Firebee drones
75-0210/0221	cancelled contract for General Dynamics F-111F
75-0222/0257	McDonnell Douglas F-4E-63-MC Phantom
			New builds for Imperial Iranian AF
			0222 (MSN 4914) to IIAF Nov 1976
			0223 (MSN 4915) to IIAF Nov 1976.  Crashed Mar 28, 1978
			0224 (MSN 4916) to IIAF Feb 1977
			0225 (MSN 4917) to IIAF Feb 1977
			0226 (MSN 4918) to IIAF Mar 1977
			0227 (MSN 4919) to IIAF Mar 1977
			0228 (MSN 4920) to IIAF Mar 1977
			0229 (MSN 4921) to IIAF Mar 1977
			0230 (MSN 4922) to IIAF Mar 1977
			0231 (MSN 4923) to IIAF Apr 1977
			0232 (MSN 4924) to IIAF Mar 1977.  Crashed Jul 19, 1977
			0233 (MSN 4925) to IIAF Apr 1977.
			0234 (MSN 4926) to IIAF Apr 1977
			0235 (MSN 4927) to IIAF Apr 1977
			0236 (MSN 4928) to IIAF Jun 1977
			0237 (MSN 4929) to IIAF May 1977
			0238 (MSN 4931) to IIAF May 1977
			0239 (MSN 4932) to IIAF Jun 1977
			0240 (MSN 4934) to IIAF Jun 1977
			0241 (MSN 4935) to IIAF Jun 1977
			0242 (MSN 4937) to IIAF Jun 1977
			0243 (MSN 4938) to IIAF Jun 1977
			0245 (MSN 4941) to IIAF Apr 1977
			0246 (MSN 4944) to IIAF Apr 1977
			0247 (MSN 4945) to IIAF Apr 1977
			0248 (MSN 4948) to IIAF May 1977
			0249 (MSN 4950) to IIAF Jun 1977.
			0250 (MSN 4952) to IIAF Ju 1977.  To Islamic Republic of Iran AF as 3-6691
			0251 (MSN 4954) to IIAF Jul 1977
			0252 (MSN 4955) to IIAF Jun 1977
			0253 (MSN 4957) to IIAF Aug 1977
			0254 (MSN 4959) to IIAF Jul 1977
			0255 (MSN 4961) to IIAF Aug 1977
			0256 (MSN 4963) to IIAF Sep 1977
			0257 (MSN 4965) to IIAF Sep 1977
75-0258/0309	Fairchild Republic A-10A Thunderbolt II
			Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
			0258 (MSN 7) to AMARC as AC0020 Feb 26, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			0259 (57th FWW) w/o Sep 6, 1979.
			0260 to Sheppard AFB as GA-10A ground trainer
			0261 (MSN 10) to AMARC as AC0001 Jul 11, 1988 
			0263 (MSN A10-0012) on display at Empire State Aerosciences Museum, Scotia, NY.
			0264 (MSN 13) to AMARC as AC0064 Jun 8, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			0265 (MSN 14) to AMARC as AC0163 Dec 18, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			0266 w/o Sep 17, 1979 near NAS Lemoore
			0267 (MSN 16) to AMARC as AC0153 Nov 19, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			0268 MSN A10-0017) to instructional airframe Oct 1992 at Davis Monthan AFB.
			0269 (MSN 18) to AMARC as AC0071 Jun 12, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			0270 on display at McChord AFB, WA.
			0271 w/o Jul 27, 1979
			0272 (MSN 21) to AMARC as AC0073 Jun 15, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			0273 (MSN A10-0022) noted Aug 2003 preserved at Defense Supply Center, Richmond, VA.
			0274 (MSN A10-0023) to instructional airframe at Beale AFB Sep 1999
			0275 (MSN 24) to AMARC as AC0165 Dec 29, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			0276 (MSN 25) to AMARC as AC0133 Oct 9, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			0277 (MSN 26) to AMARC as AC0015 Feb 13, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			0278 (MSN 27) to AMARC as AC0062 May 22, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			0279 (MSN 28) to AMARC as AC0127 Oct 2, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			0280 (MSN 29) to AMARC as AC0042 Mar 27, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			0281 (MSN 30) to AMARC as AC0146 Oct 23, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			0283 (MSN 32) reported as scrapped at Osan AB, South Korea May 17, 2012
			0284 (MSN 33) Delivered in November 1977 to 354th Tactical Fighter Wing at Myrtle Beach, South 
				Carolina.  To AMARC as AC0005 Dec 5, 1991, ex 357th FS/355th FW, Davis Monthan AFB.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			0285 (MSN 34) to AMARC as AC0149 Nov 6, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			0286 (MSN 35) to AMARC as AC0458 Jun 1, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008.  Up for bid as scrap.
			0287 (MSN 36) to AMARC as AC0150 Nov 13, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			0288 (MSN 37) Taken on strength ca 1976, It was assigned to the 706th Fighter Squadron at Nellis AFB, NV, 
				by 1981, and then it was assigned to the 355th Tactical Training Wing at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ.
				To AMARC as AC0135 Oct 9, 1992.  In 2000, put on display at USAF Armament Museum, Eglin AFB, FL.
			0289 (MSN 38) on display at Eielson AFB, Alaska on loan from USAF Museum.
			0290 (MSN 39) to AMARC as AC0129 Oct 2, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			0291 (MSN 40) to AMARC as AC0036 Mar 16, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			0292 (MSN 41) to AMARC as AC0161 Nov 30, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			0293 (MSN 42) to AMARC as AC0077 Jul 7, 1992.  Loaned to National Warplane Museum, Horseheads, NY, Sept 2000.  Noted
				Sep 2006 at Wings of Eagles Discovery Center, Elmira, NY
			0294 (MSN A10-0043) crashed during maneuvering at Paris airshow Jun 3, 1977. Pilot killed.
			0295 crashed during training mission in Georgetown, SC Jun 13, 1977.  Pilot killed.
			0296 (MSN 45) Active in September 1978 with 57th Tactical 
 				Training Wing at Nellis AFB, Nevada.  To AMARC as AC0155 Nov 20, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			0297 (MSN 46) to AMARC as AC0063 May 27, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			0298 (MSN A10-0047) in storage at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
			0299 (MSN 48) to AMARC as AC0162 Dec 11, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			0300 (MSN 49) to AMARC as AC0037 Mar 20, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			0302 (MSN A10-0051) 354th TFW w/o Jul 10, 1981.
			0303 (MSN A10-0052) to AMARC as AC0139 Oct 13, 1992.  Now on display at North Cumberland, PA.
			0304 (MSN 53) to AMARC as AC0126 Oct 2, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			0305 (MSN A10-0054) in 2008 was on outdoor display at Museum of Aviation at Robins AFB.
			0306 (MSN 55) to AMARC as AC0092 Aug 14, 1992.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			0307 (MSN 56) to AMARC as AC0006 Dec 26, 1991. Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
			0308 formerly at Pope AFB, NC.  Moved Nov 2007 to Moody AFB, Valdosta, GA
			0309 (MSN 58, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0075 Jun 29, 1992.  On static display at Shaw AFB, SC, but marked as 81-0964.
75-0310/0313	Boeing LGM-30G Minuteman III missiles
75-0314/0373	Northrop F-5E Tiger II  
			MSN V-1041/1100.  For Republic of China AF as 5141/5200
			0315 (5142) w/o Oct 4, 1985.
			0317 (MSN V-1044) to RoCAF as 5144.  Noted at Chiayi Air Base, Taiwan on decoy duty Mar 2015.
			0318 (MSN V.1045) to RoCAF as 52145 and in Apr 2007 in use as instructional airframe at the China Institute of
				Technology, Hengshan, Taiwan.
			0322 (MSN V-1049) to Republic of China AF as 5149.  To Paraguayan AF in 1997 as 1106, NTU
			0325 (5152) w/o May 28, 1992
			0330 (MSN V.1057) to RoCAF as 5157.  Preserved at Tainan AB, Taiwan.
			0337 (5164) w/o Apr 27, 1979
			0339 (5166) w/o Apr 27, 1986.
			0345 (MSN V-1072) to Republic of China AF as 5172.  To Paraguayan AF in 1997 as 1107, NTU.
			0349 (5176) w/o Nov 8, 1978.
			0350 (5177) w/o Mar 1980.
			0351 (MSN V-1078) to Republic of China AF as 5178.  To Paraguayan AF in 1997 as 1108, NTU
			0362 (5189) w/o May 19, 1979.
			0363 (5190) w/o May 19, 1979.
			0364 (5191) crashed May 28, 1991 during attempted landing at Tainan.  Pilot killed.
			0367 (5194) w/o Mar 1980.
75-0374/0385	Cessna A-37B Dragonfly
			Sold to Ecuador as 374/385.
			0374 sold to Ecuador as FAE-374.
                0375 sold to Ecuador as FAE-375.
                0376 sold to Ecuador as FAE-376.
                0377 sold to Ecuador as FAE-377.
                0378 (MSN 43532) sold to Ecuador as FAE-378. Noted on display in February 2019 as 
				FAE-378 in the Parque Héroes del Cenepa at Gualaquiza. 
                0379 sold to Ecuador as FAE-379.
                0380 sold to Ecuador as FAE-380. Preserved at BA Manta, Ecuador.
                0381 sold to Ecuador as FAE-381.
                0382 sold to Ecuador as FAE-382.
                0383 sold to Ecuador as FAE-383.
                0384 sold to Ecuador as FAE-384. (Esc 2311) crashed at BA Manta, Ecuador May 24, 2007.
                0385 sold to Ecuador as FAE-385.
75-0386/0409	Ling-Temco-Vought A-7D-17-CV Corsair II
			MSN D.436/459.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
			0386 (MSN D-436) to AMARC as AE0205 Sep 3, 1992
			0388 (MSN D-438) to AMARC as AE0198 Aug 26, 1992
			0390 (MSN D-440) to AMARC as AE0007 Dec 21, 1989.  Noted in scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.
			0391 (MSN D-441) Active in July 1979 with 152nd Tactical Fighter
				Squadron/162nd Tactical Fighter Group Arizona ANG at Tucson.  W/o Jul 5, 1988.
			0392 (MSN D-442) to AMARC as AE0020 Oct 26, 1990.  Noted at scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.  
			0393 (MSN D-443) was at McClellan Aviation Museum, CA.  Ws derelict and outside restoration
				facility at McClellan AFB museum until the base closed in late 1990s.  The museum was
				reopened on new premises Sep 6, 2003 and the plane was no longer there.
			0394 is on display as gate guard at Arizona ANG, Tucson, Arizona
			0396 w/o near Santa Rosa, NM Jan 11, 1992.
			0397 (MSN D-447) to AMARC as AE0209 Sep 15, 1992
			0398 (MSN D-448) named "Old Warrior" with 149th TFS of Virginia ANG in May 1988.
			0399 (MSN D-449) to AMARC as AE0228 Sep 25, 1992
			0400 taken on strength ca 1976, the plane was assigned to the 152nd Tactical Fighter Squadron, 162nd Tactical 
				Fighter Group, Arizona ANG at Tucson. By 1983 it was transferred to the 124th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 
				132nd Tactical Fighter Wing, Iowa ANG, Des Moines, IA. By April 1994 the plane was assigned as a 
					ground instruction trainer at Des Moines,  By 1996 was on pedestal outside Iowa ANG base at Des Moines, Iowa IAP
			0401 (MSN D-451) to AMARC as AE0139 Apr 16, 1992
			0402 (MSN D-452) to AMARC as AE0058 Sep 4, 1991
			0403 taken on strength ca 1976, the plane was assigned to the 124th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 
				132nd Tactical Fighter Wing, Iowa ANG, Des Moines, IA. By 1989, it was with the 152nd TFS, 
				162nd Tactical Fighter Group of the Arizona ANG at Tucson until withdrawn from service in 1993. 
				By 1996 was on permanent display at Camp Dodge - Johnston, Iowa
			0404 (174h TFS, Iowa ANG) w/o Apr 7, 1977 in crash at Camp McCoy, WI due to engine failure.  Pilot ejected safely
			0405 (MSN D-455) to AMARC as AE0131 Sep 20, 1992
			0406 (MSN D-456) on display outside 185th Air Refueling Wing, Iowa ANG, Sioux Gateway Airport, Sioux City, Iowa.
			0407 (MSN D-457) Sioux City, then Tulsa.
			0408 was on display at Quonset Air Museum, Kingston, RI.  This museum closed in 2016.
 				In March 2019 noted on display at the Air Classics Musuem of Aviation, Aurora, Illinois. 
			0409 (MSN D-459) to AMARC as AE0019 Oct 26, 1990.  Noted at scrapyard near AMARC 8/28/2000.  
75-0410/0417	Cessna A-37B Dragonfly
			MSN 43540/43547.  Sold to Uruguay as 270/277.
			0410 (270) w/o Oct 7, 1987.
			0411 (271) w/o Oct 6, 1983.
			0412 (272) w/o Oct 6, 1983.
			0413 (273) crashed on August 12, 2016 and both crew members killed. 
			0416 (276) w/o Oct 7, 1987.
75-0418/0423	McDonnell Douglas RF-4E-63-MC Phantom 
			New builds for Israel Defense Force Air Force, Peace Echo V
			0418 (MSN 4930) to IDFAF Jan 1978 as serial 485.  Reported 2009 to be at Israeli AF Museum, Hatzerim AB.
			0419 (MSN 4933) to IDFAF Apr 1978 as ser no 293, 493, and 488.  WFU at Hatzerim AB in 1998
			0420 (MSN 4936) to IDFAF Apr 1977 as 490.  Currently preserved somewhere in Israel
			0421 (MSN 4939) to IDFAF May 1977 as 287 and 487.  WFU at Ovda AB Aug 2004
			0422 (MSN 4942) to IDFAF May 1977 as 497.  WFU at Ovda AB Aug 2004.
			0423 (MSN 4946) to IDFAF Jan 1978 as 486.  WFU at Ovda AB Aug 2004.
75-0424/0441	Cessna A-37B Dragonfly
			MSN 43548/43565.  Sold to Chile as J-616/J-633
			0425 (MSN 43549) as Fuerza Aerea de Chile J-617 noted in Sep 214 as instructional airframe at El Bosque Air Base, Santiago
			0437 (MSN 43561) preserced in Museo Nacional Aeronautico y del Espacio, Los Cerrilos, Santiago, Chile.
75-0442/0527	Northrop F-5E Tiger II
			0442/0456 (MSN I.1001/I.1015).  To Chile as J-800/J-814
				0453 as 811 on display at Museo Aeronautico y del Espacio, Los Cerillos, Santiago de Chile
				0455 as 813 on display at Museo Aeronautico y del Espacio, Los Cerillos, Santiago de Chile
			0457 (MSN R.1213) to Korea
			0458 (MSN R.1214) to Korea
			0459 (MSN R.1227) to Korea
			0460 (MSN R.1228) to Korea
			0461 (MSN R.1229) to Kores
			0462 (MSN T.1031) to Saudi Arabia
			0463 (MSN T.1032) to Saudi Arabia
			0464 (MSN T.1033) to Saudi Arabia
			0465 (MSN T.1034) to Saudi Arabia
			0466 (MSN T.1035) to Saudi Arabia
			0467 (MSN T.1036) to Saudi Arabia
			0468 (MSN T.1037) to Saudi Arabia
			0469 (MSN T.1038) to Saudi Arabia
			0470 (MSN T.1039) to Saudi Arabia
			0471 (MSN T.1040) to Saudi Arabia
			0472 (MSN T.1041) to Saudi Arabia
			0473 (MSN T.1042) to Saudi Arabia
			0474 (MSN T.1043) to Saudi Arabia
			0475 (MSN T.1044) to Saudi Arabia
			0476 (MSN T.1045) to Saudi Arabia
			0477 (MSN T.1046) to Saudi Arabia
			0478 (MSN T.1047) to Saudi Arabia
			0479 (MSN T.1048) to Saudi Arabia
			0480 (MSN T.1049) to Saudi Arabia
			0481 (MSN T.1050) to Saudi Arabia
			0482 (MSN T.1051) to Saudi Arabia
			0483 (MSN T.1052) to Saudi Arabia
			0484 (MSN T.1053) to Saudi Arabia
			0485 (MSN T.1054) to Saudi Arabia
			0486 (MSN T.1055) to Saudi Arabia
			0487 (MSN T.1056) to Saudi Arabia
			0488 (MSN T.1057) to Saudi Arabia
			0489 (MSN T.1058) to Saudi Arabia
			0490 (MSN T.1059) to Saudi Arabia
			0491 (MSN R.1225) to Royal Jordanian AF as 924.  On August 3, 2017 to N924TA with 
				Tactical Air Support Inc, Reno, Nevada. 
			0492 (MSN R.1226) to Royal Jordanian AF as 925
			0493 (MSN R.1241) to Royal Jordanian AF as 926.  On August 3, 2017 to N926TA with 
				Tactical Air Support Inc, Reno, Nevada 
			0494 (MSN R.1242) to Royal Jordanian AF as 927
			0495 (MSN R.1258) to Royal Jordanian AF as 928
			0496 (MSN R.1259) to Royal Jordanian AF as 929
			0497 (MSN R.1265) to Royal Jordanian AF as 930.  On August 3, 2017 to N550TA with Tactical Air Support Inc, 
				Reno, Nevada 
			0498 (MSN R.1268) to Royal Jordanian AF as 931.  On August 3, 2017 to N931TA with Tactical Air Support Inc, 
				Reno, Nevada 
			0499 (MSN R.1272) to Royal Jordanian AF as 932
			0500 (MSN R.1274) to Royal Jordanian AF as 933
			0501 (MSN R.1219) to Korean AF
			0502 (MSN R.1220) to Korean AF
			0503 (MSN R.1221) to Korean AF
			0504 (MSN R.1222) to Korean AF
			0505 (MSN R.1223) to Korean AF
			0506 (MSN R.1224) to Korean Af
			0507 (MSN R.1232) to Korean AF
			0508 (MSN R.1233) to Korean Af
			0509 (MSN R.1234) to Korean AF
			0510 (MSN R.1235) to Korean AF
			0511 (MSN R.1236) to Korean AF
			0512 (MSN R.1237) to Korean AF
			0513 (MSN R.1238) to Korean AF
			0514 (MSN R.1239) to Korean AF
			0515 (MSN R.1240) to Korean AF
			0516 (MSN R.1246) to Korean AF
			0517 (MSN R.1247) to Korean AF
			0518 (MSN R.1248) to Korean AF
			0519 (MSN R.1249) to Korean AF
			0520 (MSN R.1250) to Korean AF
			0521 (MSN R.1251) to Korean AF
			0522 (MSN R.1255) to Korean AF as 50-522.  
			0523 (MSN R.1256) to Korean AF
			0524 (MSN R.1257) to Korean AF
			0525 (MSN R.1263) to Korean AF
			0526 (MSN R.1264) to Korean AF
			0527 (MSN R.1267) to Korean AF
75-0528/0533	McDonnell Douglas RF-4E Phantom II
			For Iran - contract cancelled
75-0534/0539	Lockheed C-130H Hercules
			MSN 4653, 4662,4668,4680,4686,4692.  Sold to Israel as 4X-FBQ,S,T,U,W,X.  Nose numbers 420,427,435,448,436,428
			0537 (MSN 382-4680) to IDF/AF as 448/4X-FBU. W/o near Hayon, Israel Dec 1, 1987.
75-0540/0541	Lockheed KC-130H Hercules
			MSN 4660,4664
			Sold to Israel as 4X-FBY,Z.  Nose numbers 422,424
75-0542/0549	Lockheed C-130H Hercules
			All to Greek AF.
			0542 (MSN 4716) to Greek AF as 745
			0543 (MSN 4720) to Greek AF as 746
			0544 (MSN 4723) to Greek AF as 747
			0545 (MSN 4724) to Greek AF as 748.  Crashed into mountain in Greece Feb 5, 1991. All 63 killed.
			0546 (MSN 4727) to Greek AF as 749
			0547 (MSN 4729) to Greek AF as 750.  (356th MTM) crashed into mountain in Greece Dec 20, 1997. 5 killed.
			0548 (MSN 4732) to Greek AF as 751
			0549 (MSN 4734) to Greek AF as 752.
75-0550/0555	Lockheed KC-130R Hercules
			All transferred to US Marine Corps
			0550 (MSN 382-4677) to USMC as BuNo 160017
			0551 (MSN 382-4683) to USMC as BuNo 160018
			0552 (MSN 382-4689) to USMC as BuNo 160019
			0553 (MSN 382-4696) to USMC as BuNo 160020
			0554 (MSN 382-4702) to USMC as BuNo 160021
			0555 (MSN 382-4712) to USMC as BuNo 160240.
75-0556/0560	Boeing E-3A Sentry
			MSN 21047,21207/21209,21250.  All converted to E-3B.
			0556 (MSN 21047/902) 960th AACS Active may08 may20
			0557 (MSN 21207/907) 964th AACS Active apr07 mar15 
			0558 (MSN 21208/909) 964th AACS Active feb15 mar18. 965th AACS active Jan 2019 Aug 2020 
			0559 (MSN 21209/913) 552nd ACW Active Jun 2019 Aug 2019
			0560 IMSN 21250/916) 552nd ACW Active Feb 2020 Aug 2020
75-0561		Boeing E-3A Sentry
			Contract cancelled
75-0562/0627	Northrop F-5E Tiger II
			0562/0572 (MSN T.1060/T.1070) to Saudi Arabia
			0573 (MSN R.1276) to South Korea
			0574 (MSN R.1277) to South Korea
			0575 (MSN R.1278) to South Korea
			0576 (MSN R.1279) to South Korea
			0577 (MSN R.1280) to South Korea
			0578 (MSN R.1281) to South Korea
			0579 (MSN R.1282) to South Korea
			0580 (MSN R.1283) to South Korea
			0581 (MSN R.1284) to South Korea
			0582 (MSN R.1285) to South Korea
			0583 (MSN R.1286) to South Korea
			0584 (MSN R.1287) to South Korea
			0585 (MSN R.1288) to South Korea
			0586 (MSN R.1289) to South Korea
			0587 (MSN R.1290) to South Korea
 			0588 (MSN R.1299) to South Korea
			0589 (MSN R.1300) to South Korea
			0590 (MSN R.1301) to South Korea
			0591 (MSN R.1302) to South Korea
			0592 (MSN R.1303) to South Korea
			0593 (MSN R.1304) to South Korea
			0594 (MSN R.1312) to South Korea
			0595 (MSN R.1313) to South Korea
			0596 (MSN R.1314) to South Korea
			0597 (MSN R.1315) to South Korea
			0598 (MSN R.1322) to South Korea
			0599 (MSN R.1323) to South Korea.  Operated by 105th FS, 18th FW, ROKAF
			0600 (MSN R.1324) to South Korea
			0601 (MSN R.1325) to South Korea
			0602 (MSN R.1326) to South Korea
			0603 (MSN R.1329) to South Korea 
			0604/0611 MSN R.1291/R.1298.  Originally intended for Ethiopia but 
				embargoed and then to North Yemen
			0612/0617 originally intended for Ethiopia but embargoed and later to countries as listed.
				0612 (MSN R.1307) to Royal Moroccan AF as 50612.  Pigraded to Tiger III
				0613 (MSN R.1308) still active with Moroccan AF May 2008
				0614 (MSN R.1309) to Thailand
				0615 (MSN R.1310) to Thailand
				0616 (MSN R.1316) to Thailand
				0617 (MSN R.1317) to Royal Moroccan AF as 50617.
			0618 (MSN R.1305) to Jordan as 934
			0619 (MSN R.1306) to Jordan as 935
			0620 (MSN R.1311) to Jordan as 936,  On August 3, 2017 to N617TA with 
				Tactical Air Support Inc, Reno, Nevada  
			0621 (MSN R.1318) to Jordan as 937
			0622 (MSN R.1320) to Jordan as 938
			0623 to Jordan as 939. US serial not confirmed.
			0624 (MSN R.1321) to Jordan as 940.  On August 3, 2017 to N618TA with 
				Tactical Air Support Inc, Reno, Nevada. 
			0625 (MSN R.1327) to Jordan as 941
			0626 (MSN R.1328) to South Korea
			0627 (MSN R.1332) to South Korea
75-0628/0637	McDonnell Douglas F-4E-63-MC Phantom
			New builds for West German Luftwaffe
			0628 (MSN 4943) to West German Luftwaffe, regurned to USAF.  Assigned as ground trainer at Jever AB, Germany in Jan 1998.
				Scrapped at Jever, Germany
			0629 (MSN 4947) to West German Luftwaffe, returned to USAF.  Assigned as ground trainer at Hopsten AB, Germany Oct 2004
			0630 (MSN 4949) with 35th TFW, 20th TFTS) destroyed in midair collision with F-4 67-0266 at Furnace Creek, 
				California Jul 26, 1990.
			0631 (MSN 4951) to West German Luftwaffe, returned to USAF.  Assigned as ground trainer at Laage AB, Germany
			0632 (MSN 4953) to West German Luftwaffe, returned to USAF.  Derelict/scrapped at Wittmundhafen, Germany
			0633 (MSN 4956) to West German Luftwaffe, returned to USAF.  Feb 2006 used for battle damage practice at Neuburg 
				AB in Germany.
			0634 (MSN 4958) and 0637 loaned to West German Luftaffe and returned to USAF.  (both 35th TFW, 20 TFTS) destroyed in 
				midair collision near George AFB, California Nov 21, 1983.
				Crew of 637 ejected safely.  Crew of 634 killed.
			0635 (MSN 4960) to West German Luftwaffe, returned to USAF.  Assigned as ground trainer at Fassberg AB, Germany.
				Seen in disposal compount, Fassberg, Germany Mar 2007.  Currently preserved at Berlin-Gatow APT Museum
			0636 (MSN 4962) to West German Luftwaffe, returned to USAF.  Assigned as ground trainer at Fassberg AB, Germany May 2005.
				Seen in disposal compound, Fassberg, Germany Mar 2007
			0637 (MSN 4964) w/o Nov 21, 1983.
75-0638/0655	Cancelled contract for McDonnell Douglas F-4E Phantom II
75-0656/0661	Cancelled contract for McDonnell Douglas RF-4E Phantom II
			There is an unconfirmed report that these were aircraft supplised to Israeli AF.
75-0662/0668	Cessna T-37C
			MSN 42042/42048. Sold to Pakistan AF as 77662/77668
75-0669/0680	Cessna A-37B Dragonfly
			MSN 43566/43577.  Sold to Peru as FAP 145/156
			0680 (MSN 43577) to Peruvian AF as FAP 156.  W/o Apr 23, 1990 at Porculla, near Jaen (formation of 3) along
				with 74-1714 and 74-1717.
75-0681/0731	Northrop F-5F Tiger II
			0681/0708 MSN Z.1001/1028 to Iran
			0709/0711 MSN J.1001/1003.  To Chile as J-815/J-817.  All upgraded to Iiger III
			0712/0731 MSN H.1001/1020.  To Saudi Arabia
75-0732/0734	Cessna T-41D Mescalero
			Cessna R172H.  MSN R1720609/0611.  Sold to Paraguay
75-0735/0744	Northrop F-5F Tiger II
			0735 (MSN W.1008) to Royal Jordanian AF.  On August 3, 2017 to N698TA with Tactical Air Support Inc, 
				Reno, Nevada 
			0736 (MSN W.1011) to Royal Jordanian AF
			0737 (MSN W.1003) to South Korea
			0738 (MSN W.1004) to South Korea
			0739 (MSN W.1005) to South Korea
			0740 (MSN W.1009) to South Korea
			0741 (MSN W.1010) to South Korea
			0742 (MSN W.1013) to South Korea.  With Republic of Korea Air Force as 50-742 and in March 2018 on display at Sehan 
				University, Dangjin. 
			0743 and 0744 cancelled.
75-0745/0750	General Dynamics YF-16A Fighting Falcon
			MSN 61-1/6.
			0745 12/13/76: TOS USAF. Assigned to 6516th Test Squadron, 6510th Test Wing, Edwards AFB, CA.
				5/29/81: First flight as F-16A/101 with General Electric F101 engine after modifications. 
				By 2/82: Assigned to Gentile Air Station, OH, modified to be semi-trailer transportable and 
					traveled the country as a recruiting aid.
				By 6/92: USAF Museum, Wright Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. Marked as 157th Fighter Squadron, 
					South Carolina ANG, 79-0317
				Unknown date: Modified in Boyd, TX by F-16 crew chief instructors out of Sheppard AFB, Texas.
				By 9/96: Marked as AF 75-0745..  
				Ca.1999: Air Force Museum Loan program, used as traveling recruiting exhibit.
				By 11/09: Painted as Thunderbird aircraft
			0746 (MSN 61-2) Full Scale Development aircraft and in 1979 took part in a fifteen-week tour with the 
				European Test Evaluation Team from Edwards AFB, California. 
				Reported Jun 2006 stored at LMTAS, Fort Worth.  In 2009 was gate guard at McEntire ANGB, South Carolina.
				It has been heavily modified to resemble a Block 52 F-16C.
			0747 modified as F-16XL/B with cranked-arrow wing.  The F-16XL aircraft were built by General Dynamics Corp. 
				at Ft. Worth, Texas, as prototypes for a derivative fighter evaluation program conducted by the Air Force 
				between 1982 and 1985.  F-16XL-2, twin seat aircraft.  Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, 
				Edwards AFB, CA, Feb 1991 to Oct 1996.  Registered as NASA 848. 
				Used to improve laminar airflow on aircraft flying at sustained supersonic speeds.
				Used to conduct a more comprehensive research effort, consisting of two phases. The first phase used a 
				passive glove on the right wing to obtain baseline configuration data that served in the design of 
				the active glove, which was installed over a portion of the left wing. This effort was far more 
				comprehensive than the initial flight phase, and explored regions of transition and the maximum 
				extent of laminar flow obtained over a wider range of supersonic Mach numbers.
				The project flew the F-16XL-2 45 times between Oct.13, 1995, and Nov. 26, 1996, obtaining significant 
				amounts of valuable flight research data.
			0748 on display at Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colorado
			0749 modified as F-16XL/A with cranked-arrow wing. The F-16XL aircraft were built by General Dynamics Corp. 
				at Ft. Worth, Texas, as prototypes for a derivative fighter evaluation program conducted by the 
				Air Force between 1982 and 1985.  F-16XL-1, single seat aircraft.
				Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA, May 1988 to Oct 1997.
				Registered as NASA 849.  Used to improve laminar airflow on aircraft flying at sustained supersonic speeds.
				NASA Dryden Flight Research Center's F-16XL-1 aircraft (tail number 849) testbed aircraft supported 
				several flight research projects during the 1990s. The XL-1 aircraft was upgraded with a new Digital 
				Flight Control System (DFCS) in 1997. The DFCS upgrade allowed NASA's F-16XL-1 the flexibility needed 
				to perform experiments which required major new flight control functions or capabilities. The initial 
				flight test objectives for the modified aircraft verified that the DFCS functioned properly and that 
				the performance and handling qualities were acceptable throughout the flight envelope.
				The digital flight control system was compatible with a Research Flight Control System (RFCS) which 
				could be installed when necessary. RFCS capability provided a flexible, reliable and safe means 
				to modify the aircraft control system. The RFCS computer significantly increased computational 
				speed and computer memory.
				The XL-1 aircraft was previously used in NASA's Cranked-Arrow Wing Aerodynamics Project, or CAWAP, 
				which provided aerodynamic data for NASA's High Speed Civil Transport (HSCT) research program. 
				The unique cranked-arrow wing shape provided better low-speed lift and handling characteristics than 
				the modified "double-delta" wing used on the Concorde supersonic transport (SST).
				The XL-1 participated in NASA's 1995 sonic boom study, in which the aircraft flew 200 feet behind a 
				NASA SR-71 to probe the boundary of the SR-71's supersonic shock wave. The studies helped HSCT 
				engineers to better understand supersonic shock waves in order to reduce sonic boom intensity 
				near populated areas.
			0750 4/17/78: TOS USAF.
				6/7/78: 6516th Test Squadron, Edwards AFB, CA. Used for avionics systems testing and reliability 
					and maintainability testing in the F-16 FSD and FSD follow-on test programs.
				10/78: Nose was modified to house the APG-65 radar which was more powerful.
				1/79: General Dynamics, Ft. Worth, TX for modification work.
				9/79: Used for electromagnetic hardness ground testing at Kirtland AFB, NM.
				4/80 to 7/83: General Dynamics, Ft Worth, TX . For modification for Advanced Fighter Technology 
					Integration (AFTI) as NF-16A testbed, which included the canards from the YF-16 CCV and a 
					dorsal spine. The dorsal spine would eventually make it to some production model F-16s. 
					First program was the Digital Flight Control System (DFCS) in which a total of 108 flights were executed.
				7/16/82:Loaned to NASA.
				7/29/83: General Dynamics, Ft. Worth, TX for modification work.
				4/8/84 to 4/87: The second program within the AFTI framework was the Automated Maneuvering Attack System (AMAS).
				By 11/86: 6512th Test Squadron, Edwards AFB, CA
				5/87: General Dynamics, Ft. Worth, TX for modification work.
				1/88: Loaned to NASA.
				12/14/88 to 1/92: fitted with a dorsal spine, wing-root mounted LANTIRN-style pods, and FLIR turrets on the nose. 
					It was also upgraded with an F-16C block 25 wing and with block 40 F-16C features such as APG-68 radar 
					and a LANTIRN interface. It was used as a CAS testbed in support of the proposed A-16, testing 
					low-level battlefield interdiction techniques such as automatic target handoff-systems.
				12/89: General Dynamics, Ft. Worth, TX for modification work.
				2/93: Used in the Talon Sword Bravo test program which demonstrated cooperative engagement techniques where 
					the aircraft fires at a target based on targeting information datalinked from a distant sensor. 
					The weapon principally investigated was the AGM-88 High-speed Anti-Radiation Missile (HARM).
				5/94: Lockheed, Ft. Worth, TX for modification work.
				5/95: Used jointly by NASA and the USAF at Edwards AFB, California for the Embedded Global Positioning and 
					Inertial Navigation System (EGI) program, including evaluation of the reliability of GPS in jamming environments.
				5/96: Loaned to NASA. Used in the Automated Ground Collision Avoidance System (AGCAS) program.
				11/4/97: Lockheed, Ft. Worth, TX for modification work. (Joint Strike Fighter Integrated Subsystem Technologies)
				By 9/98: 412th Test Wing, Edwards AFB, CA.
				By 2000: NASA dropped out of the AFTI testing program. USAF continued testing for the "Power-by-Wire" technology 
					and testing for the F-35 program under the J/IST program.
				1/9/01: Retired from AFTI program.
				2/11/01: Ferried to USAF Museum, Wright Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
75-0751/0752	General Dynamics YF-16B Fighting Falcon
			MSN 62-1/2.
			0751 on display at Air Force Flight Test Center Museum Airpark, Edwards AFB, CA, on loan from National Museum of USAF
			0752 modified as Wild Weasel test bed.  Later modified as F-16/79 with GE J79 engine.  Now on display 
				at Frontiers of Flight Museum, Dallas, Texas
75-0753/0756	Northrop F-5F Tiger II
			0753 (MSN W.1006) to US Marines as 160964
			0754 (MSN W.1007) to US Marines as 160965
			0755 (MSN W.1012) to US Marines as 160966
			756 cancelled.
75-0757/0936	Unknown allocation.
75-0937/0997	Boeing LGM-30G Minuteman III missiles