1980 USAF Serial Numbers


Last revised January 17, 2017


80-0001			Unknown allocation
80-0002/0023		McDonnell Douglas F-15C-27-MC Eagle
				Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0002 MSN 0635/C151
				0003 MSN 0636/C152.  Shot down IrAF Mi-8 Feb 7, 1991 with AIM-7M
				0004 MSN 0638/C153.
				0005 MSN 0639/C154
				0006 MSN 0640/C155.  To AMARC as AF0272 Jul 15, 2010.
				0007 MSN 0642/C156.  (36th FTW) 22nd TFS) w/o Sep 12, 1981 during airshow at Soesterberg AB,
					Netherlands.  Sent back to USA.  Nose is now owned by a private citizen in
					Washington state, and will be turned into a life-sized F-15 flight simulator.
				0008 MSN 0643/C157.  (36th TFW) crashed near Kusel, Rheinland-Pfaltz, Germany
					after collision with F-15 79-0071 Jun 1, 1983.  One pilot was killed.
				0009 MSN 0645/C158.  To AMARC as FH0218 Apr 22, 2009.
				0010 MSN 0646/C159
				0011 MSN 0647/C160
				0012 MSN 0649/C161.  (36th FW, 525th FS) flown by Capt Mark McKenzie
					destroyed IrAF Mi-8 with AIM-7M Feb 11, 1991, Desert Storm
				0013 MSN 0650/C162
				0014 MSN 0651/C163.  Was with 1st FW at Langley, VA and was demilaritized and disassembled Jul 22, 2011 for
					transport for permanent display at Chico Air Museum, Chico, California.  Arrived via truck Jul 31, 2011.
					On loan from USAF Museum.
				0015 MSN 0654/C164.  To AMARC as FH0215 Mar 19, 2009.  
				0016 MSN 0655/C165.  In 2013 was put on static display at Tyndall AFB, Florida.
				0017 MSN 0657/C166.  (21st TFW) crashed 5 mi NW of Kodiak, Alaska Nov 8, 1988
				0018 MSN 0658/C167.  With 194th FS/144th FW California ANG
				0019 MSN 0659/C168.  To AMARC as FH0186 Aug 27, 2009.
				0020 MSN 0662/C169
				0021 MSN 0663/C170.  To AMARC as FH0206 Jul 31, 2008
				0022 MSN 0665/C171.  (46th Test Wing, 40th FTS) crashed Apr 30, 2002 in Gulf of Mexico 60 mi S of Panama City
					FL while on captive carry test of misile.  Pilot killed.  Cause was structural failure of
					port fin during high-speed dive
				0023 MSN 0667/C172.  (22nd TFS) lost in midair explosion near Stuttgart,
					Baden-Wurtemberg, Germany Apr 15, 1992.
80-0024/0038		McDonnell Douglas F-15C-28-MC Eagle
				Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0024 MSN 0668/C173.  While parked on the ground at Eglin AFB, it was struck from the rear by a moving security forces
					Chevrolet Lumina automobile Nov 5, 1999.  Plane was repaired and returned to flight with 65th Aggressor Squadron.
					Later with 123rd FS, 142nd FW of Oregon ANG.
				0025 MSN 0671/C174.  (53rd TFS) crashed near Herschbach, Rheinland-Pfaltz,
					Germany Dec 22, 1982.  Pilot killed.
				0026 MSN 0672/C175.  To AMARC as FH0287 Aug 3, 2010.
				0027 MSN 0675/C176.  To AMARC as FH0278 Sep 10, 2010
				0028 MSN 0676/C177.  To AMARC as FH0299 Aug 16, 2010
				0029 MSN 0679/C178.
				0030 MSN 0680/C179.  (53rd Wing/422nd TES) collided with F-15C 83-0040 during air 
					combat training Mar 17, 2003 and crashed on the Nevada Test and Training Range
					near Mormon Peak; pilot ejected safely. 83-0040 recovered safely to base
					despite damage to starboard wing and tailplane.
				0031 MSN 0681/C180.  To AMARC Sep 13, 2010
				0032 MSN 0683/C181.  (36th TFW, 525th TFS) crashed near Rimschweiler, Saarland, Germany
					after colliding with F-15C 79-0061 Jan 7, 1986.  One aircraft crashed into houses,
					other fell in open country.  One pilot died, plus one person on the ground.
				0033 MSN 0684/C182. To AMARC as FH0281 Jul 29, 2010.
				0034 MSN 0687/C183. (131st FW/110th FS) crashed in Mark Twain
					National Forest in rural south-central Missouri Nov 2, 2007.  
					Pilot ejected with injuries.  Cause was structural failure,
					with fuselage breaking apart just behind cockpit.  All USAF,
					JASDF, and IDF/AF F-15s were subsequently grounded for about
					two weeks while crash investigation was going on.   Crash
					report states that upper right fuselage longeron had manufacturing
					defects and failed under stress of 7G turn, resulting in
					failure of another longeron and separation of cockpit area
					from fuselage. 
				0035 MSN 0688/C184.
				0036 MSN 0691/C185.  (1st TFW) crashed off Atlantic coast Jan 4, 1983.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
				0037 MSN 0692/C186.  (57th FIS) crashed in north Atlantic Jan 2, 1986.  Pilot killed.
				0038 MSN 0696/C187.  To AMARC as FH0305 Aug 26, 2010.
80-0039/0053		McDonnell Douglas F-15C-29-MC Eagle
				Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0039 MSN 0700/C188
				0040 MSN 0701/C189.  Crashed in Nevada test range Mar 17, 2003, but listed as going to AMARC as FH0249 Apr 30, 2010.
				0041 MSN 0704/C190.  Crashed on Nellis Range, Nevada Oct 24, 2011.  Pilot ejected safely.
				0042 MSN 0707/C191.  To AMARC as FH0286 Jul 30, 2010
				0043 MSN 0708/C192.  To AMARC as FH0306 Aug 26, 2010.
				0044 MSN 0711/C193.  To AMARC as FH0282 Jul 29, 2010.
				0045 MSN 0715/C194.  To AMARC Sep 14, 2010.
				0046 MSN 0717/C195
				0047 MSN 0719/C196.  (57th Wing) Suffered failure of one engine due to oil leak
					when afterburners selected during takeoff from Nellis AFB, NV Oct 24, 2002.
					Aircraft landed safely but repairs estimated to cost $1.4 million
				0048 MSN 0721/C197
				0049 MSN 0724/C198 (32nd TFS) w/o 4/25/90.  This plane was still around in 2010, so it must have been 81-0049 which
					was w/o on that date.  Assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW Florida ANG.
				0050 MSN 0725/C199.  To AMARC as FH0304 Aug 20, 2010
				0051 MSN 0728/C200
				0052 MSN 0729/C201.  Crashed 50 mi NE of Nellis AFB, NV Mar 25, 2005 
					with 53rd Wing, 422nd TES while in DACM with F/A-22s.  Pilot ejected safely. (CA 7/1)
					Cause was failure of horizontal stabilizer resulting in 
					loss of control.  (AFM 11/2005)
				0053 MSN 0732/C202
80-0054/0055		McDonnell Douglas F-15D-27-MC Eagle
				0054 MSN 0637/D026
				0055 MSN 0641/D027 to Israeli AF Sep 2016
80-0056/0057		McDonnell Douglas F-15D-28-MC Eagle
				Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0056 MSN 0694/D028.  (27th FS, 1st FW) w/o 8/8/87, but listed as going to AMARC Aug 6, 2010.
				0057 MSN 0698/D029.  To Israeli AF Sep 2016
80-0058/0061		McDonnell Douglas F-15D-29-MC Eagle
				0058 MSN 0702/D030.  With 33rd FW at Eglin AFB.  Assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW Florida ANG
				0059 MSN 0710/D031.  (21st TFW, 43rd TFS) crashed into big Mount Susitana
					30 mi SW of Anchorage, AK Jan 16, 1990
				0060 MSN 0714/D032.
				0061 MSN 0727/D033.  To Sheppard AFB, Texas as instructional airframe in Jul 2009.
80-0062/0067		McDonnell Douglas F-15C-28-MC Eagle
				For Saudi Arabia, Peace Sun
				0062 MSN 0670/001 RSAF 601, reserialed to 1311
				0063 MSN 0674/002 RSAF 607, resealied to 3403
				0064 MSN 0685/003 RSAF 506, reserialed to 1304
				0065 MSN 0689/004 RSAF 1302.
				0066 MSN 0693/005 RSAF 1303, reserialed to 509
				0067 MSN 0697/006 RSAF 507, reserialed to 1306
80-0068/0074		McDonnell Douglas F-15C-29-MC Eagle 
				For Saudi Arabia, Peace Sun
				0068 MSN 0703/007 RSAF 509, reserialed to 1308.
				0069 MSN 0712/008 RSAF 606, reserialed to 1312
				0070 MSN 0716/009 RSAF 503, (5th Sqn) w/o Nov 28, 1999
				0071 MSN 0720/010 RSAF 608, reserialed to 3404
				0072 MSN 0723/011 RSAF 1309, reserialed to 512
				0073 MSN 0726/012 RSAF 605, reserialed to 205
				0074 MSN 0730/013 RSAF 514.  W/o with 5th Sqn Feb 14, 1991
80-0075/0085		McDonnell Douglas F-15C-30-MC Eagle 
				For Saudi Arabia, Peace Sun
				0075 MSN 0734/014 RSAF 1312, reserialed o 513
				0076 MSN 0737/015 RSAF 1313, reserialed to 514.  Crashed with 5th Sqn into desert training area 50 mi W of
					King Abdul Aziz AB Nov 1, 2006.  Pilot ejected safely
				0077 MSN 0739/016 RSAF 1314.  DBR with 13th Sqn in ground fire at Dharan Jun 2, 1999.
				0078 MSN 0743/017 RSAF 501
				0079 MSN 0745/018 RSAF 612, reserialed to 505
				0080 MSN 0748/019 RSAF 1307.  W/o with 13th Sqn Sep 16, 2004
				0081 MSN 0750/020 RSAF 504,  With 5Sqn, w/o Apr 28, 1999.
				0082 MSN 0753/021 RSAF 613, reserialed to 506
				0083 MSN 0755/022 RSAF 1301, reserialed to 502
				0084 MSN 0758/023 RSAF 1304, reserialed to 510.
				0085 MSN 0760/024 RSAF 508
80-0086/0099		McDonnell Douglas F-15C-31-MC Eagle 
				For Saudi Arabia, Peace Sun
				0086 MSN 0762/025 RSAF 1305
				0087 MSN 0764/026 RSAF 510, reserialed to 3401
				0088 MSN 0765/027 RSAF 614, reserialed to 1314
				0089 MSN 0767/028 RSAF 512, reserialed to 1309
				0090 MSN 0769/029 RSAF 604, reserialed to 3402
				0091 MSN 0771/030 RSAF 1311, reserialed to 3405
				0092 MSN 0774/031 RSAF 602, reserialed to 503.
				0093 MSN 0775/032 RSAF 515, reserialed to 1310
				0094 MSN 0777/033 RSAF 513, reserialed to 601, then to 201
				0095 MSN 0780/034 RSAF 603, reserialed to 203
				0096 MSN 0782/035 RSAF 1306, reserialed to 511
				0097 MSN 0784/036 RSAF 1310, reserialed to 620, then to 220
				0098 MSN 0786/037 RSAF 1315, reserialed to 515
				0099 MSN 0788/038 RSAF 1308, later 610.  610 indicates the 10th aircraft of
					6 Sqdn, 1308 indicates 8th aircraft of 13 Sqdn.  May be same plane
					renumbered.  W/o Feb 1, 1984.
80-0100/0106		McDonnell Douglas F-15C-32-MC Eagle 
				For Saudi Arabia, Peace Sun
				0100 MSN 0792/039 RSAF 609, reseriealed to 1313.  With 13th Sqn, crashed into desert training area
					80 km W of King Abdul Aziz AB, Saudi Arabia Nov 1, 2006.  Pilot ejected safely.
				0101 MSN 0794/040 RSAF 1308, reserialed 610.  W/o Sep 27, 1968 with 6th Sqn.  May have been replaced by 80-0099  
				0102 MSN 0799/041 RSAF 611, reserialed to 504
				0103 MSN 0802/042 RSAF 502.  With 5th Sqn, w/o Sep 25, 1997
				0104 MSN 0806/043 RSAF 505.  With 5th Sqn, w/o Oct 31, 1999
				0105 MSN 0808/044 RSAF 511.  W/o with 5th Sqn Aug 28, 1988
				0106 MSN 0810/045 RSAF 615, reserialed to 507
80-0107/0110		McDonnell Douglas F-15D-27-MC Eagle 
				For Saudi Arabia, Peace Sun
				0107 MSN 0652/001 RSAF serial no 1316, reserialed to 3436
				0108 MSN 0656/002 RSAF serial no 620, reserialed to 3435
				0109 MSN 0660/003 RSAF serial no 518, reserialed to 631, then to 231.
				0110 MSN 0664/004 RSAF serial no 1320, resereialed to 3439
80-0111/0112		McDonnell Douglas F-15D-28-MC Eagle 
				For Saudi Arabia, Peace Sun
				0111 MSN 0678/005 RSAF 618, reserialed to 3434.  
				0112 MSN 0682/006 RSAF 1319, reserialed to 3438
80-0113/0114		McDonnell Douglas F-15D-29-MC Eagle 
				For Saudi Arabia, Peace Sun
				0113 MSN 0706/007 RSAF 1318, reserialed to 3437.
				0114 MSN 0731/008 RSAF 1317.  W/o with 13th SQn Aug 25, 1982
80-0115/0117		McDonnell Douglas F-15D-30-MC Eagle 
				For Saudi Arabia, Peace Sun
				0115 MSN 0741/009 RSAF 616, reserialed to 532
				0116 MSN 0752/010 RSAF 517, reserialed to 3431
				0117 MSN 0757/011 RSAF 619, reserialed to 533.  Suffered severe damage Aug 2007
					when one engine exploded in flight.  Aircraft landed safely
80-0118/0119		McDonnell Douglas F-15D-31-MC Eagle 
				For Saudi Arabia, Peace Sun
				0118 MSN 0773/012 RSAF 519, reserialed to 3432
				0119 MSN 0779/013 RSAF 520, reserialed to 3433
80-0120/0121		McDonnell Douglas F-15D-32-MC Eagle 
				For Saudi Arabia, Peace Sun
				0120 MSN 0791/014 RSAF 516, reserialed to 531
				0121 MSN 0798/015 RSAF 617, reserialed to 1332
80-0122/0124		McDonnell Douglas F-15C-27-MC Eagle 
				For Israel, Peace Fox III
				0122 MSN 0653/IC001 to IDF/AF as 802
				0123 MSN 0661/IC002 to IDF/AF as 810
				0124 MSN 0666/IC003 to IDF/AF as 812
80-0125/0127		McDonnell Douglas F-15C-28-MC Eagle 
				For Israel, Peace Fox III
				0125 MSN 0677/IC004 IDF/AF 818
				0126 MSN 0695/IC005 (IDF 821, ex 695/IC005) crashed 2/10/1991.
				0127 MSN 0699/IC006 IDF/AF 828
80-0128/0130		McDonnell Douglas F-15C-29-MC Eagle 
				For Israel, Peace Fox III
				0128 MSN 0705/IC007 IDF/AF as 832
				0129 MSN 0709/IC008 IDF/AF as 840
				0130 to IDF/AF as 848
80-0131/0132		McDonnell Douglas F-15D-27-MC Eagle 
				For Israel, Peace Fox III
				0131 MSN 0644/ID001 to IDF/AF as 450
				0132 MSN 0648/ID002 to IDF/AF as 455
80-0133/0136		McDonnell Douglas F-15D-28-MC Eagle 
				For Israel, Peace Fox III
				0133 MSN 0669/ID003 IDF/AF 957.  Believed to be the plane involved
					in a midair collision with an A-4 in the early 1980s.  Lost virtually all of its starboard
					wing but landed safely and is still in service.
				0134 MSN 0673/ID004 IDF/AF 965
				0135 MSN 0686/ID005 IDF/AF 970
				0136 MSN 0690/ID006 IDF/AF 979.
80-0137/0139		Boeing E-3A Sentry
				MSN 22829/22831
				All started life as E-3A but modified on production line as E-3B, but came
					off the line as E-3C.
				0138 converted to E-3G standard.
80-0140/0283		Fairchild Republic A-10A Thunderbolt II
				MSN A10-0490/0633.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0140 (MSN 490, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0259 Apr 5, 2001.  Returned
					to service Apr 25, 2001.
				0141 (MSN 491) to AMARC as AC0467 Sep 15, 2005.  Returned to service.
				0142 converted to OA-10A
				0143 (MSN A10-0493, 355th W, 357th FS) may have been the A-10 involved in heavy landing at Savannah
					IAP, GA Jun 13, 1995, shattering its nose wheel.  SOC Jun 1995, and now relegated to ground 
					instructional airframe.  Noted Mar 10, 2004 as GA-10A ground instructional airframe
					at Sheppard AFB, TX.  On display at Vance AFB, Oklahoma Apr 2012.
				0144 (MSN 494) deployed with 511th TFS for Operation Desert Storm on December 27, 1990 and returned to RAF
					Alconbury on June 8, 1991 named “Poo”.  To AMARC as AC0250 Feb 5, 2001.  Returned to service Apr 6, 2001
				0145 (MSN 495, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0182 Nov 1, 1993.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0146 (MSN 496) to AMARC as AC0272 Aug 15, 2001.  Returned to service 
					Sep 25, 2001.  Back to AMARC as AC0288 Apr 2,2002.  Returned
					to service Apr 17, 2002.
				0147 (MSN 497) converted to OA-10A.  To AMARC as AC0284 Feb 25, 2002.  Returned to service Apr 24, 2002.
				0148 (81st TFW) w/o Mar 22, 1982
				0149 converted to OA-10A, later to A-10C
				0150 (MSN 500) to AMARC as AC0248 Jan 17, 2001.  Returned to service Mar 16, 2001. Converted to A-10C.  
					Back to AMARC May 13, 2013.
				0151 (MSN A10-0501) converted to OA-10A.  To 3578th FS ex DM/358th FS
				0152 converted to OA-10A
				0153 (MSN 503) to AMARC as AC0187 Sep 24, 1998.  Returned to service
					Mar 12, 1999
				0154 (23rd TFW) crashed near Savannah Aug 25, 1981
				0155 to AMARC as AC0279 Dec 4, 2001.  Returned to service.
				0156 (MSN A10-0506) converted to OA-10A.  Named "City of Philadlphia" with 103rd FS, Pennsylvania ANG in Jul 1994.
					With 111th FG, 103rd FS w/o Mar 28, 1997.
				0157 (MSN 507) deployed with 511th TFS for Operation Desert Storm on December 27, 1990 and returned to RAF
					Alconbury on June 8, 1991 named “Fightin’ Irish”.   With 363rd FW/55th FS) converted to OA-10A.  Crashed Aug 29, 1995.
				0158 (MSN 508) to AMARC Oct 13, 1998 as AC0192.  Returned to 
					service Dec 17, 1998.  (51st FW, 25th FS) Crashed near 
					Osan, Korea Jan 12, 2001.  Pilot ejected safely.
				0159 (MSN 509, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0257 Mar 21, 2001.  Returned
					to service May 23, 2001.  With 355th OG.  To D-MAFB
				0161 (23rd TFW, 75th TFS) crashed Apr 5, 1990.
				0162 (MSN 512) converted to OA-10A.  To AMARC as AC0249 Jan 24, 2001.  Returned to service Mar 16, 2001
				0163 converted to OA-10A.  To 107th FS/127th WG Michigan ANG
				0164 converted to OA-10A
				0165 converted to OA-10A
				0167 (MSN 517) to AMARC as AC0252 Feb 14, 2001.  returned to service Apr 26, 2001
					Apr 26, 2001.  Back to AMARC as AC0496 May 31, 2007.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008  
				0168 (MSN A10-518) to AMARC as AC0216 Jun 5, 2000. Returned to service Aug 1, 2000. 
					Seen at Langley airshow Apr 29, 2007.  Noted on display in Jul 20123 at Fort Wayne IAP, Indiana
				0169 (MSN 519) to AMARC as AC0280 Dec 18, 2001.  Returned to service
					Feb 8,2002.  Back to AMARC as AC0318.  Returned to service Mar 14, 2003
				0170 (MSN 520) Deployed with 511th TFS for Operation Desert Storm on December 27, 1990 and returned to RAF
					Alconbury on May 13, 1991 named “Lakanuki”.   Converted to OA-10A.  w/o Apr 17, 1997.
				0172 (MSN 522) Deployed with 511th TFS for Operation Desert Storm on December 27, 1990 and returned to RAF
					Alconbury on June 8, 1991 named “Gennie Mae”.  Converted to OA-10A.  To AMARC as AC0224 Jul 26, 2000.  
					Returned to service Sep 27, 2000.
				0173 converted to OA-10A
				0174 (23rd TFW) crashed Apr 7, 1983.
				0175 (MSN 525) to AMARC as AC0217 Jun 15, 2000.  Returned to service Sep 25, 2000.
					Seen at Langley airshow Apr 29, 2007
				0176 converted to OA-10A
				0177 converted to OA-10A
				0178 converted to OA-10A
				0179 converted to OA-10A
				0180 (MSN 530) to AMARC as AC0227 Aug 23, 2000. Returned to service Oct 30, 2000.
					Back to AMARC as AC0317 Sep 11, 2002
				0181 converted to OA-10A
				0182 (81st TFW) crashed at Empoly, Italy Sep 21, 1981. Pilot ejected safely.
				0183 (81st TFW) w/o Apr 17, 1989.
				0184 converted to OA-10A.  To 107th FS/127th WG Michigan ANG
				0185 (MSN 535) to AMARC as AC0309 Jul 22, 2002.  Returned to service
				0186 (MSN 536, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0194 Oct 21, 1998.  Returned
					to service Jun 9, 1999.
				0187 converted to OA-10A
				0189 (MSN 539) to AMARC as AC0310 Jul 26, 2002.  Returned to service
				0190 (MSN 540) to AMARC as AC0268 Jun 15, 2001, returned to service
					Aug 6, 2001.  Back to AAMARC as AC0439 Sep 7, 2004, returned
					to service agian.  Back to AMARC Feb 9, 2005 as AC0448.  Back out again
					and in 2012 was with 357th FS.
				0192 (MSN 542) to AMARC as AC0189 Oct 7, 1998.  Returned to service Mar 12, 1999
				0193 (MSN 543) with 81st TFW collided with A-10 80-0202 and crashed into North Sea 65 mi
					NE of Great Yarmouth, England Dec 12, 1983.  Pilot of one aircraft rescued.
				0194 (MSN 544) deployed with 511th TFS for Operation Desert Storm on December 27, 1990 and returned to RAF
					Alconbury on May 13, 1991 named “Freedom Warhog”and “To Fly, Fight, Believe”.  Converted to OA-10A.
					Converted to A-10C with 23d Fighter Group / 75th Fighter Squadron at Moddy Air Force Base.
				0195 (MSN 545) to AMARC as AC0276.  Returned to service 
					Dec 20, 2001.
				0196 converted to OA-10A
				0197 converted to OA-10A
				0198 (57th FWW) crashed on Nellis range, NV Mar 25, 1988.  Pilot killed.
				0199 (23rd TFW, 75th FS) w/o Sep 23, 1991
				0200 (MSN 550) to AMARC as AC0233 Sep 27, 2000.  Returned to Service Nov 30, 2000
				0202 (MSN 552) with 81st TFW collided with A-10 80-0193 and crashed into North Sea 65 mi
					NE of Great Yarmouth, England Dec 12, 1983.  Pilot of one aircraft rescued.
				0204 converted to OA-10A
				0205 (MSN 555) converted to OA-10A.  To AMARC as AC0214 May 25, 2000.  Returned to service Jul 18, 2000
				0206 (MSN 556) to AMARC as AC0226 Aug 9, 2000.  Returned to service Oct 2, 2000.
					Converted to OA-10A.  To AMARC as AC0274.  Returned to 
					service Nov 7, 2001.  Back to AMARC as AC0459 Jul 11, 2005.
					Returned to service.
				0207 converted to OA-10A
				0208 (MSN 558) deployed with 511th TFS for Operation Desert Storm on December 27, 1990 and returned to RAF
					Alconbury on June 8, 1991 named “Annabelle II”.  To AMARC as AC0209 Apr 13, 2000.  Returned to service Jul 1, 2000
					Back to AMARC as AC0306 Jul 10, 2002.  Returned to service again.
					Converted to OA-10A somewhere along the line.  With 74th FS, 23rd FG at Moody AFB.
				0209 (23rd TFW, 75th FS) w/o Sep 23, 1991
				0210 (MSN 560) to AMARC as AC0267 Jun 18, 2001.  Returned to service Jul 16, 2001.
					Back to AMARC as AC0300, returned to service again.
				0212 converted to OA-10A.  Converted to A-10C.  To AMARC.  Converted to weather research aircraft for
					National Science Foundation
				0213 converted to OA-10A
				0214 converted to OA-10A.  In 2009 was with 111th FW, 103rd FS of Pennsylvania ANG 
					at Willow Grove ARS.
				0216 (MSN 566) to AMARC as AC0206 Mar 8, 2000.  Returned to service Jun 6, 2000.
					Back to AMARC as AC0486 Jan 9, 2007.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008.
					Left AMARC for 358th FGS May 2008.  Will go on gate guard display at Sheppard AFB, TX, replacing
					F-4C 63-7426, which was sent to Stafford Air Museum, Weatherford, OK
				0217 (MSN 567) to AMARC as AC0188 Sep 24, 1998.  Returned to service May 24, 1999
				0218 converted to OA-10A.  To 190th FS/124th FW Idaho ANG.
				0219 crashed Apr 4, 1989 near Stukeley, England after making a touch-and-go
					landing at RAF Alconbury.  Pilot ejected.  Converted to GA-10A after accident.
					Put on display at RAF Alconbury, UK
				0220 (MSN 570) converted to OA-10A.  to AMARC in 1994.
				0221 (MSN A10-0571) named "Jumpin Jack Flash II" with 172nd FS, Michigan ANG in Jul 1994.
					To AMARC as AC0328 Nov 14, 2002.  Returned to service.  Converted to OA-10A.  To 107th FS/127th WG Michigan ANG
				0222 (MSN 572) to AMARC as AC0289 Mar 29, 2002.  Returned to service.
					Converted to OA-10A.  To 107th FS/127th WG Michigan ANG
				0223 (MSN A10-0573) converted to OA-10A.  Named "Town of Hope Mills" with 23rd Wing in May 1994.
					Seen at Langley airshow Apr 29, 2007
				0224 (MSN A10-0574) converted to OA-10A.  To A-10C and with 1-07th FS, Michigan ANG in Aug 2014.
				0225 (MSN 575) to AMARC as AC0242 Nov 30, 2000. Returned to service Feb 5, 2001.
					Collided with 79-0191 Dec 4, 2002 100 mi NW of
					Las Vegas, NV over Nevada Test and Training Range during training exercise.  One pilot
					ejected safely, other one killed.
				0227 converted to OA-10A (PA ANG, 103rd FS) w/o May 18, 1994. For spares recovery at Willow Grove.
				0228 to 74th FS, 23rd FW at Pope AFB.
				0229 (MSN A10-0579) Deployed with 511th TFS for Operation Desert Storm on December 27, 1990 and returned to RAF
					Alconbury on June 8, 1991 named “Memphis Belle III”.  Converted to OA-10A. To AMARC as AC0269 Jun 21, 2001.  Returned
					to service Aug 15, 2001.
				0230 (MSN 580) to AMARC as AC0232 Sep 27, 2000.  Returned to service Nov 21, 2000.  
					Back to AMARC as AC0327 Nov 7, 2002. Returned to service.  In 2009 was with 111th
					FW, 103rd FS of Pennsylvania ANG at Willow Grove ARS.
				0231 (10th TFW, 509th TFS) crashed near Tarren, England Feb 6, 1990. Pilot killed.
				0232 (MSN 582) converted to OA-10A.  To AMARC as AC0428 Mar 22, 2004.  Returned to service in 2006. 
					Converted to A-10C.
				0233 (MSN 583) converted to OA-10A.  To AMARC as AC0213 May 24, 2000.  Returned to service Jul 28, 2000.
					I have a report having this plane colliding with 79-0085
					25 mi E of Davis Monthan AFB, AZ Jan 17, 2002.  Both aircraft crashed, one pilot ejected
					safely, the other was killed.
				0234 (MSN 584, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0193 Oct 21, 1998.  Returned to service May 18, 1999.  Converted to A-10C.  To AMARC
					maintenance shelter Apr 8, 2013.
				0235 (MSN 585) to AMARC as AC0469 Sep 28, 2005.  Returned to service.  To AMARC wash rack Apr 19, 2013.
					With 47th FS, 197th WG at Barksdale AFB.
				0236 (OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0264 May 9, 2001. Returned to service Jul 2, 2001.   Seen in 2003 at air show operated
					by 354th FS at Davis Monthan AFB.  Back to AMARC as AC0475 May 12, 2006.
				0237 (MSN 587, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0277 Nov 9, 2001.  Returned to service Jan 20, 2002
				0238 (MSN 588, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0193 Oct 21, 1998.  Appartently returned to service since seen flying at Scott
					AFB airshow Sep 11, 2010.
				0239 converted to OA-10A
				0240 converted to OA-10A
				0241 (MSN A10-0591, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0186 Aug 7, 1998.
					Returned to service Mar 12, 1999.
				0242 (MSN 592) to AMARC as AC0197 Jan Jan 4, 2000.  Returned to service Feb 25, 2000.  Converted to A-10C.
				0243 converted to OA-10A.  Flying with 51st FW, 25th FS, Osan AB, ROK
				0244 converted to OA-10A.  To 107th FS/127th WG Michigan ANG
				0245 converted to OA-10A.  With 25th FS, 51st FW at Osan
				0246 converted to OA-10A, later to A-10C.
				0247 converted to OA-10A.   To AMARC Apr 26, 2010.
				0248 shot down Feb 2, 1991 by AAA in Desert Storm 20 mi S of Kuwait City.  Pilot killed.
				0249 converted to OA-10A. (25th FS) w/o Jun 8, 1994
				0250 converted to OA-10A
				0251 converted to OA-10A
				0252 (MSN 602, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0473 Mar 2, 2006.  Returned to service Sept 2006.  Converted to A-10C.
				0253 converted to OA-10A
				0254 converted to OA-10A.  Converted to A-10C.  To AMARC maintenance shelter Apr 8, 2013.
				0255 (MSN A10-0605) converted to OA-10A.   Converted to A-10C.  With 107th FS, Michigan ANG in Aug 2014.  
				0256 (MSN A10-0606) converted to OA-10A.  Named "Cereal City's Finest" with 172nd FS, Michigan ANG in Jul 1994.
					To AMARC Nov 2008. Returned to service and converted to A-10C.
				0257 converted to OA-10A.  To 107th FS/127th WG Michigan ANG
				0258 (OA-10A 110th FW/172nd FS) Hit by Iraqi SAM over Baghdad Apr 8, 2003, rear 
					half of starboard engine being blown off. Landed safely, pilot unhurt.  Converted to A-10C.
				0259 converted to OA-10A
				0262 (MSN A10-0612) named "Wild Savage" with 172nd FS, Michigan ANG in Jul 1994.  To AMARC as AC0441 Sep 27, 2004
				0264 To 107th FS/127th WG Michigan ANG
				0266 (124th Wing, 190th Fighter Squadron, Idaho ANG) crashed 12 mi W of Boise, ID Jan 20, 2000.  Pilot killed.
					Accident blamed on instrument failure and pilot spatial disorentation while flying in adverse weather conditions.
				0268 (MI ANG, 110th FW, 172nd FS) w/o May 19, 1995.
				0270 (MSN 620) to AMARC as AC0437   Also listed as being an OA-10A
					and going to AMRC as AC0466 Sep 6, 2005.  Returned to service.  Converted to A-10C
				0271 (355th W, 358th FS) crashed 3 mi SW of Kitt Peak, AZ May 14, 1998.  Pilot ejected safely.
				0273 converted to OA-10A
				0274 (MSN 624) to AMARC as AC0234 Oct 4, 2000.  Returned to service Nov 30, 2000.
					Back to AMARC as AC0455 Apr 14, 2005.  Must have been returned to
					service again, since it went back to AMARC as AC0489
					Mar 14, 2007.  Still at AMARC Jan 15, 2008
				0275 converted to OA-10A
				0276 converted to OA-10A
				0277 (MSN 627) deployed with 511th TFS for Operation Desert Storm on December 27, 1990 and returned to RAF
					Alconbury on May 13, 1991 named “Desert Dream”.  Converted to OA-10A
				0278 (MSN 628, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0464 Aug 10, 2005.  Returned to service
				0279 (MSN 629, OA-10A) to AMARC as AC0456 May 10, 2005.  Seen flying at Oshkosh, WI with 355th FW 2009.
				0280 converted to OA-10A
				0281 (MSN 631) to AMARC as AC0261 Apr 18, 2001.  Returned to service Jun 6, 2001.
					Now assigned to 81st FS and deployed to Afghanistan.
				0282 (MSN 632) to AMARC as AC0434 Aug 3, 2004.  Returned to service.  With 75th FS, crashed 20 mi NW of Moody AFB, Georgia
					Sep 26, 2011.  Pilot ejected safely
				0283 converted to OA-10A
80-0284/0295		Ling-Temco-Vought A-7K Corsair II
				MSN K.013/024.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0284 (MSN K-013) to AMARC as AE0052 Aug 1, 1991.
				0285 (MSN K-014) to AMARC as AE0051 Aug 1, 1991
				0286 (MSN K-015) to AMARC as AE0236 Oct 7, 1992.
				0287 (MSN K-016) to AMARC as AE0056 Aug 2, 1991.
				0288 (MSN K-017) to AMARC as AE0062 Sep 24, 1991.
				0289 was on static display but moved to Warren Grove Range,
					New Jersey as a target.
				0290 (MSN K-019) to AMARC as AE0213 Sep 21, 1992.
				0291 (MSN K-020) to AMARC as AE0216 Sep 24, 1992.
				0292 (MSN K-021) 114th TFG, 175th TFS South Dakota ANG lost
					in midair collision May 30, 1990.  Pilot and civilian
					passenter, as wel as the pilot of the other aircraft,
					an A-7D, serial unknown, ejected safely.
				0293 (MSN K-022) to AMARC as AE0244 May 18, 1993.
				0294 (MSN K-023) to AMARC as AE0245 May 25, 1993.
				0295 (MSN K-024) to AMARC as AE0243 Jan 12, 1993.
80-0296/0298		Northrop F-5F Tiger II
				MSN VH.1007/VH.1009
				To Taiwan at 5384/5386
80-0299/0319		Northrop F-5E Tiger II
				MSN VG.1005/1025.
				To Republic of China AF as 5278/5298
80-0320/0326		Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules 
				For Air National Guard
				0320 (MSN 382-4900)
				0321 (MSN 382-4902)
				0322 (MSN 382-4903)
				0323 (MSN 382-4905)
				0324 (MSN 382-4906)
				0325 (MSN 382-4908)
				0326 (MSN 382-4910) 

80-0332			Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules
				MSN 4913
				In 1995 was with 158th TAS, Georgia ANG based at Travis Field, Savannah, Georgia.
80-0333/0334		Northrop RF-5E Tigereye
				MSN RA.1001/1002.
				To Malaysia as M29-19 and 20

80-0474/0478		General Dynamics F-16A Block 10B Fighting Falcon
				MSN 61-195/199.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0474 (MSN 61-195) to AMARC as FG0207 Aug 12, 1994.  I have this
					plane as having been sent to Israel under Peace Marble I.  However, 
					Air-Britain has this as going to Italian AF as a spares source.
				0475 to AMARC as FG0110 Mar 22, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0476 to AMARC as FG0062 Feb 2, 1994.   Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0477 (474th TFW, 429th TFS) pilot suffered heart attack and the plane crashed in the 
					USA Sep 25, 1984.  Pilot killed.
				0478 (474th TFW) w/o Feb 10, 1983.  Pilot killed
80-0479/0505		General Dynamics F-16A Block 10C Fighting Falcon
				MSN 61-200/226.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0479 to AMARC as FG0133 Apr 7, 1994. Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0480 to AMARC Jul 29, 1994 as FG199.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0481 to instructional airframe at Sheppard AFB, Texas.  Redesignated GF-16A.
					In 2008 was on display at Sheppard AFB, Texas parade ground.
				0482 to AMARC as FG0131 Apr 7, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0483 to AMARC as FG0061 Jan 28, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0484 (MSN 61-205) w/o Nov 26, 1991
				0485 assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW Florida ANG.  To AMARC as FG0139 Apr 8, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0486 w/o Feb 28, 1994 
				0487 to AMARC as FG0138 Apr 8, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0488 (MSN 61-209) used for battle damage repair training at Kirtland AFB, NM
				0489 to AMARC as FG0119 Mar 30, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0490 (8th TFW) crashed near Chongju, South Korea Jul 6, 1982
				0491 to AMARC as FG0097, to Israel in 1990s under Peace Marble I.
				0492 (MSN 61-213) to AMARC as FG0400 Nov 22, 1996.  To Italian AF as spares source
				0493 to AMARC Jul 8, 1994 as FG0179.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0494 to AMARC as FG0084 Feb 23, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0495 noted Mar 10, 2004 as GF-16A ground instructional airframe at Sheppard AFB, TX
				0496 to AMARC as FG0028 Aug 26, 1993.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0497 to AMARC as FG0043 Jan 4, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0498 to AMARC as FG0048 Jan 11, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To be transferred to Pacific Aviation Museum in Hawaii.
				0499 to AMARC as FG0451 Oct 27, 2000.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0500 to AMARC as FG0195 Jul 27, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0501 to AMARC as FG0166, to Israel under Peace Marble I in 1990s 
					as IDF/AF serial number 759.
				0502 to Israel under Peace Marble I in 1990s.
				0503 to AMARC as FG0160 May 6, 1994.  To Israel as IDF/AF 762 under Peace Marble IV Aug 1994.
				0504 ex 174FW New York ANG preserved as gateguard at Syracuse ANGB, New York, to gate guard at NYNG headquarters,
					Latham, NY
				0505 on display at Tulsa ANGB, Oklahoma
80-0506/0540		General Dynamics F-16A Block 10D Fighting Falcon
				MSN 61-227/261.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0506 to AMARC as FG0055 Jan 25, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0507 to AMARC as FG0146 Apr 20, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To Indiana Military Museum, Vincennes, Indiana in Feb 2015, on loan from NMUSAF.
				0508 to AMARC as FG0137 Apr 8, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0509 to AMARC as FG0129 Apr 1, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0510 to AMARC as FG0015 Aug 5, 1993.
				0511 (MSN 61-232) to GF-16A instructional airframe at Sheppard AFB, TX.  Noted Mar 10, 2004 stored
					with Fire Department at that base.  Now designated GF-16A.  In 2010 reported to be at Lackland AFB.
				0512 to AMARC as FG0020 Aug 12, 1993.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0513 to AMARC as FG0142 Apr 12, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To Military Aviation
					Preservation Society (MAPS) Air Museum, Akron, Ohio.
				0514 to Israel in 1990s.
				0515 (MSN 61-236) to AMARC Jul 28, 1994 as FG0196.  To Italian AF as spares source.
				0516 to AMARC as FG0113, to Israel in 1990s under Peace Marble I.
				0517 to AMARC as FG0122, to Israel in 1990s under Peace Marble I.
				0518 to AMARC Jul 11, 1994 as FG0184.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0519 (MSN 61-240) named "City of Akron" with 89th TFS AF Reserve in Jun 1991.
					To AMARC Jul 28, 1994 as FG0197.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008   To display at
					Toledo ANG Base
				0520 to AMARC Feb 15, 1994 as FG0079.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0521 to AMARC as FG0023 Aug 19, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0522 (MSN 61-243) to instructional airframe at Sheppard AFB, TX.  Now designated GF-16A.  Now
					gateguard at Iowa ANG, Des Moines IAP, Iowa.
				0523 to AMARC as FG0085 Feb 23, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0524 to AMARC as FG0441 Jun 16, 2000.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Moved from AMARC Aug 9, 2014 to Houma
					LA Terreboone Airport where it is to be mounted on a pole.
				0525 to AMARC as FG0033 Sep 10, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0526 (MSN 62-247) to GF-16A instructional airframe at Sheppard AFB, TX.  Noted Mar 10, 2004 stored with
					Fire Department at that base.  Now designated GF-16A.  Seen at Lackland AFB in 2010, in  use as 
					weapons load and fire department trainer.
				0527 damaged after crashing into a ditch after engine overspeed while doing
					ground maintenance at MacDill AFB in 1983-84.  Aircraft was repaired.  
					To AMARC as FG0469 May 17, 2002. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To go to Pima Air and
					Space Museum, Arizona.
				0528 (MSN 61-249) to AMARC in May 1994 as FG0096.   Now on display at Pinellas Park, Clearwater, Florida.
				0529 to AMARC as FG0027 Aug 26, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0530 to AMARC as FG0024 Aug 19, 1993.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0531 to AMARC Sep 9, 1993 as FG0032.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0532 to Israel in 1990s under Peace Marble I.
				0533 to AMARC Apr 29, 1994 as FG0157.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0534 to Israel in 1990s under Peace Marble I.
				0535 at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH, BDR
				0536 w/o Jan 24, 1991 near Beaumont, KS
				0537 on display at Lockheed Martin, Fort Worth, TX.  Noted Mar 19, 2004 in use as ground
					instructional airframe at NAS Fort Worth JRB, TX
				0538 to AMARC Jul 21, 1994 as FG0187.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0539 to AMARC Jun 23, 1994 as FG0174.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0540 to AMARC Jul 21, 1994 as FG0185.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
80-0541/0571		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15 Fighting Falcon
				MSN 61-262/292.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0541, 0543/0549, 0552/0555, 0562, 0563, 0565/0567, 0569/0571 converted to ADF
				0541 to AMARC as FG0321 Mar 17, 1995.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0542 to AMARC as FG0117 Mar 29, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0543 to AMARC as FG0258 Oct 20, 1994.  Is in inviolate storage.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  To Castle Air Museum, California by 2016.
				0544 to AMARC by 1994 as FG0231.  Later to Royal Jordanian AF as RJAF s/n 220 under FMS program "Peace Falcon".  
					To Pakistan AF as 14732.
				0545 to AMARC as FG0242 Oct 7, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0546 to AMARC as FG0278.  Later to Royal Jordanian AF as RJAF s/n 221 under FMS program "Peace Falcon".  
					To Pakistan AF as 14733.
				0547 to AMARC by Oct 1994 as FG0285.  Later to Royal Jordanian AF as RJAF s/n 222 under FMS program "Peace Falcon".  
					To Pakistan AF as 14734.
				0548 to AMARC as FG0286 Nov 18, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0549 to AMARC as FG0078 Feb 15, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0550 (MSN 61-271) reported to be at LMTAS in Fort Worth, TX
				0551 to AMARC as FG0189 Jul 22, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0552 (MSN 61-273) to AMARC as FG0073 Feb 14, 1994.  Reported to be at HVF West LLC, Tucson, AZ.
					Secure DEMIL and Material Recovery Experts,
				0553 to AMARC as FG0156 Apr 29, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0554 (MSN 61-275) to AMARC as FG0470 Nov 2003.  In April 2007 was with Royal Jordanian AF as 678.
				0555 to Royal Jordanian AF as RJAF s/n 223 under FMS program "Peace Falcon".  To Pakistan AF as 14735.
				0556 to AMARC as FG0244 Oct 12, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0557 (MSN 61-278) to AMARC AS FG0495.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0558 to AMARC as FG0418 Feb 13, 1998.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0559 to AMARC as FG0394 Nov 4, 1996.  Loaned to Italian AF as MM7256. Returned to USAF Jul 27, 2010. To AMARC 
					Jul 29, 2010.
				0560 to AMARC as FG0268 Oct 28, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0561 to AMARC as FG0272 Nov 3, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0562 (MSN 61-283) to AMARC as FG0252 Oct 17, 1994.  Reported to now be at LMTAS
				0563 to GF-16A at Technical Training Center, Sheppard AFB, TX Sep 2010
				0564 (50th TFW, 313rd TFS) crashed on approach 2,5 km NW of Hahn AB, West Germany Dec 1, 1982. Pilot ejected safely.
				0565 to AMARC as FG0453 Jan 11, 2001.  To Italian AF as MM7236
					under Peace Caesar.  Returned to USAF.  To AMARC Jun 1, 2012.
				0566 w/o 9/18/92, Duluth, MN  
				0567 to AMARC as FG0115 May 28, 1994. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008, but also listed as going to Royal
					Jordanian AF under FMS program "Peace Falcon".  
					Put on display Apr 2014 with 149th FW, Texas ANG at Lackland AFB, Texas, painted as 80-0255.
				0568 to AMARC as FG0118 Mar 29, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0569 (MSN 61-290) to AMARC as FG0245 Oct 12, 1994.  Reported to be at HVF West, Tucson, AZ
				0570 to AMARC as FG0071 Feb 11, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0571 to AMARC Jul 8, 1994 as FG0180. Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
80-0572/0596		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15A Fighting Falcon
				MSN 61-293/317.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0572,0575,0576,0580/0583,0585,0589/0594,0596 converted to ADF
				0572 to AMARC as FG0227 Sep 16, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0573 on display at USAF Armament Museum, Eglin AFB, Florida. 
				0574 w/o May 20, 1988, Leach Lake Range
				0575 to AMARC as FG0403 Dec 17, 1996.  Seen at Davis Monthan AFB in Thai AF markings Feb 2003. Thai
					AF serial is 10211
				0576 to AMARC as FG0316 Feb 10, 1995.  To Royal Thai AF under Peace
					Naruesan as 10206
				0577 assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW Florida ANG, renamed 159th FS, 125th FW from Jun 1992.
					To AMARC as FG0228 Sep 22, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0578 reported Mar 2004 to be destined for Jordanian AF.  To AMARC as FG0524
					Dec 26, 2006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0579 to AMARC Apr 15, 1994 as FG0144.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0580 to AMARC as FG0093 Feb 25, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0581 (MSN 61-302) to AMARC as FG0453 Jan 11, 2001.  To Italian AF as MM7237 under
					Peace Caesar.  Crashed in Mediterranian Jan 26, 2004 after complete
					electrical failure
				0582 (MSN 61-303) to AMARC by 1994 as FG0226.  Later to Royal Jordanian AF as RJAF s/n 224 under FMS program "Peace Falcon".
					Crashed during training mission Apr 20, 2008.  Pilot killed.
				0583 to AMARC as FG0294 Dec 1, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0584 is last USAF operational F-16A, used by 416th FTS at Eglin AFB
					in support of European F-16 MLU program.
				0585 to AMARC as FG0313 Feb 3, 1995, to Royal Jordanian AF Apr 18, 1997 as RJAF s/n 225 under FMS program "Peace Falcon".  
					To Pakistan AF as 14736
				0586 (50th TFW, 10th TFS) the pilot experienced spatial orientation and crashed into the Mediterranean Sea 
					35 km from Adana, Turkey Oct 22, 1985. Pilot killed.
				0587 (MSN 61-308) to AMARC as FG0261 Oct 21, 1994.  To Portuguese AF as 15136.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008, did it ever go to Portugal?
				0588 assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW Florida ANG, renamed 159th FS, 125th FW from Jun 1992.
					To AMARC as FG0265 Oct 26, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0589 (MSN 61-310) to Jordanian AF Jan 26, 2003 with serial 671
				0590 (MSN 61-311) to AMARC by Feb 1995 as FG304.  To Royal Jordanian AF as RJAF s/n 226 under FMS program "Peace Falcon".  
					To Pakistan AF as 14737.
				0591 to AMARC as FG0282 Nov 10, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0592 to AMARC by 1994 as FG213.  To Royal Jordanian AF as RJAF s/n 227 under FMS program "Peace Falcon".  
					To Pakistan AF as 14738
				0593 (MSN 61-314) to AMARC as FG0310 Jan 24, 1995.  Reported to be at HVF West,
					Tucson, AZ
				0594 (MSN 61-315) to AMARC as FG0475 Nov 2003.  To Royal Jordanian AF
				0595 (MSN 61-316) w/o Jan 24, 1984.
				0596 (MSN 61-317) to Royal Jordanian AF as 672
80-0597/0622		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15B Fighting Falcon
				MSN 61-318/343.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0598,0601,0604,0605,0607,0608,0610,0611,0614/0616,0618/0622 converted to ADF.
				0597 (57th FWW) crashed after midair collision with F-16A 82-0912 over Indian Springs, NV Jul 24, 1987. Pilot killed.
				0598 to AMARC as FG0155 Apr 29, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0599 w/o Sept 11, 1986
				0600 (57th TFW) crashed at Nellis AFB Jan 12, 1983
				0601 to AMARC as FG0398 Nov 15, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0602 to AMARC as FG0433 Mar 23, 1998.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0603 (MSN 61-324) to AMARC as FG0398.  Reported to be at LMTAS, Fort Worth, TX
				0604 assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW Florida ANG, renamed 159th FS, 125th FW from Jun 1992.
					to AMARC as FG0414 Dec 12, 1997.  To Italian AF as MM7247
					under Peace Caesar.  Crashed into sea off Sicily evening of
					Feb 11, 2008 following lightning strike which caused loss of
					control.  Pilot ejected safely and was rescued.
				0605 (MSN 61-326) on display at ND ANG Fargo, ND Airport. AFM book of the F-16 says that
					this plane was w/o Jul 2, 1996.  Reported preserved at Hector IAP, Fargo, North Dakota, painted
					as 82-1012.
				0606 (50th TFW, 496th TFS) during takeoff a fan blade broke off, went into the fuel tank, which caught fire on 
					the runway and destroyed Jul 30, 1985. Pilot ejected safely.
				0607 to AMARC as FG0266 Oct 27, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0608 assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW Florida ANG, renamed 159th FS, 125th FW from Jun 1992.
					To AMARC as FG0380 Jul 25, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0609 (MSN 61-330) in use as ground instructional airframe at Eglin AFB, FL
				0610 w/o May 5, 1992.
				0611 to AMARC as FG0229 Sep 22, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0612 on display at Camp Santiago, Salinas, Puerto Rico, marked as 81612
				0613 to AMARC as FG0125 Mar 31, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0614 to AMARC as FG0125 as FG0267.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0615 (MSN 61-336) to AMARC as FB0462 Feb 9, 2001.   Transferred to Italian AF as 
					F-16ADF serial MM7238 under Peace Caesar.  Crashed in Adriatic 3 mi out from coast between 
					Cervia and Ravenna Feb 11, 2010.  Pilot ejected safely.
				0616 (MSN 61-337) assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW Florida ANG, renamed 159th FS, 125th FW from Jun 1992.
					To AMARC as FG0357 Feb 2, 1996.  To Italian AF as MM7263.
					Crashed into sea off Sardinia May 22, 2006 following collision
					with F-16 MM7246 (82-1023) 
				0617 (50th TFW) crashed Jan 20, 1983, Sinsheim.  Pilot killed.
				0618 to Royal Jordanian AF as RJAF s/n 228 under FMS program "Peace Falcon"
				0619 to AMARC as FG0295 Dec 1, 1994. To Jordan May 30, 1997, but still 
					on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0620 to AMARC as FG0276 Nov 4, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0621 to AMARC as FG0243 Oct 7, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0622 assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW Florida ANG, renamed 159th FS, 125th FW from Jun 1992.
					To AMARC as FG0440 Aug 11, 2000.  To Italian AF as MM7248
					under "Peace Caesar".  Returned to USAF Jul 27, 2010.  To AMARC Jul 29, 2010.
80-0623/0624		General Dynamics F-16B Block 10B Fighting Falcon
				MSN 62-65/66.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0623 to AMARC as FG0193 Jul 27, 1994.  Still on AMARC
					inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0624 to Israel in 1990s under Peace Marble I.
80-0625/0628		General Dynamics F-16B Block 10C Fighting Falcon
				MSN 62-67/70.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0625 to AMARC as FG0017 Aug 5, 1993.
				0626 (MSN 62-68) delivered to USAAF Jul 31, 1981.  To AMARC as FG0407 Jan 10, 1997.  To Royal Danish AF 
					Mar 18, 1997 as 800626, code ET-626.  WFU Aug 2003.  Reported Mar 2008 stored at Skrydstrup AB.
				0627 (56th TTW, 63rd TFTS) maintainers failed to hook up the throtle linkage to the fuel control, the F-16 
					traveled across the ramp and onto soft ground where the gear was ripped off and its belly cut a
					25 yard hole in the ground before coming to rest in a ditch in the USA Jul 11, 1983. No injuries.
80-0629/0634		General Dynamics F-16B Block 10D Fighting Falcon
				MSN 62-71/78.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0628 to AMARC as FG0386 Oct 17, 1996.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0629 assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW Florida ANG, renamed 159th FS, 125th FW from Jun 1992.
					To AMARC as FG0176 Jun 28, 1994.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0630 (MSN 62-72) to AMARC as FG0499 Nov 19, 2004.  
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0631 (MSN 62-73) to AMARC as FG0480 Nov 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0632 to Israel in 1990s under Peace Marble I as IDF/AF 998.
				0633 (MSN 62-75) to GF-16B ground instructional airframe with 82nd TRW.  Will go to Yanks Air Museum, Chino, California.  
					Was there in 2013.
				0634 on display at Edwards AFB, California
80-0635/0636		General Dynamics F-16B Block 15 Fighting Falcon
				MSN 62-79/80.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0635 (MSN 62-77) stored at AMARC as FG0507 Sep 23, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0636 (MSN 62-78) converted to ADF.  To AMARC as FG0506 Jun 24, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
80-0637			General Dynamics F-16B Block 15A Fighting Falcon
				MSN 62-81.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				637 (MSN 62-79) converted to ADF.  To AMARC as FG0501 Dec 10, 2004.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
80-0638			General Dynamics F-16B Block 15B Fighting Falcon
				MSN 62-82.  Flew with Thunderbirds.  To storage at AMARC as FG0502 Jan 7, 2005.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Transfer to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
80-0639/0641		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15A Fighting Falcon
				MSN 9E-1/3.  Exported to Egypt under Peace Vector I (9301/9303)
80-0642/0643		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15B Fighting Falcon
				MSN 9E-4/5.  Exported to Egypt under Peace Vector I (9304/9305)
80-0644/0647		General Dynamics F-16B Block 15A Fighting Falcon
				MSN 9F-1/4.  Exported to Egypt under Peace Vector I (9201/9204)
				0647 (Egypt AF 9204) (232nd TFB) suffered an engine failure, and prior to an emergency landing the pilot wanted to land 
					an another runway, turned for that, stalled and crashed in Egypt Jan 20, 1983. Both pilots ejected too low and 
					were killed.
80-0648			General Dynamics F-16B Block 15B Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 9F-5.   Exported to Egypt under Peace Vector I (9205)
80-0649/0659		General Dynamics F-16A Block 10C Fighting Falcon
				MSN 6V-48/58.  Exported to Israel under Peace Marble I
				0649 IDF/AF serial 265
				0650 IDF/AF serial 266.  (253rd Sqn) crashed after midair collision with F-16A 276 (ex 80-0657) in Israel Jan 20, 1982. 
					Pilot Ilan Ramon, the astronaut, ejected.
				0651 IDF/AF serial 267
				0652 IDF/AF serial 269.  W/o Jan 17, 1995
				0653 IDF/AF serial 272
				0654 IDF/AF serial 273
				0655 IDF/AF serial 274
				0656 IDF/AF serial 275
				0657 IDF/AF serial 276.  (253rd Sqn) crashed after midair collision with F-16A 266 (ex 80-0650) in Israel Jan 20, 1982.
				0658 IDF/AF serial 277.  Crashed during low level aerobatic maneuver in Israel Jul 2, 1986. Pilot killed.
				0659 IDF/AF serial 281
80-0660/0668		General Dynamics F-16A Block 10D Fighting Falcon
				MSN 6V-59/67.  Exported to Israel under Peace Marble I
				0660 IDF/AF serial 282
				0661 IDF/AF serial 284
				0662 IDF/AF serial 285
				0663 IDF/AF serial 287
				0664 IDF/AF serial 290. W/o Jan 17, 1995
				0665 IDF/AF serial 292
				0666 IDF/AF serial 296
				0667 IDF/AF serial 298
				0668 IDF/AF serial 299

80-0785/0791		Lockheed F-117A Nighthawk
				Serials also quoted as 80-10785/10791.
				0785 crashed Apr 20, 1982 before acceptance by USAF on first flight at Groom
					Lake, NV, pilot Robert Ridenhauer survived. Aircraft now sits
					on a pole in front of Skunk Works Engineering Building in
					Palmdale, CA as a gate guard, having been combined with
					parts from structural test articles 0778 and 0779.
				0789 (MSN A.4014) reported WFU and stored at Tonopah Mar 2007.
				0790 (MSN A.4015) reported WFU and stored at Tonopah Mar 2007.

80-0838/1062		Boeing AGM-86B ALCM missiles
80-1063			Lockheed ER-2
				Article 063.  Assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, NAS Moffett Field, CA, 1981.  Registered as NASA 706.
					Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA, later as the Neil A Armstrong 
					Flight Research Center, 1997.  Registered as NASA 806.  Registered as N806NA Jun 6, 1984, current.
					Used as a readily deployable high altitude sensor platform to collect remote sensing and in 
					situ data on earth resources, atmospheric chemistry and dynamics, and oceanic processes. 
					The aircraft also is used for electronic sensor research and development, satellite calibration 
					and satellite data validation.  Modified to "S" specs.
80-1064/1065		Lockheed TR-1B
				Article 064/065.  Trainer version.  Redesignated U-2R(T), later TU-2S
80-1066/1090		Lockheed TR-1A
				Article 066/090.  1071,1072,1075,1076,1089 completed as
					U-2R.  The rest later redesignated U-2R
				1066, 1067, 1068, 1070, 1071, 1073, 1074, 1076, 1077, 1079, 1080, 1083, 1084, 1085, 1086, 1087, 1089, 
					1090 converted to U-2S
				1066 (Article 066) first flew Aug 1, 1981.  Delivered Sep 1981.
				1067 (Article 067) modified to U-2S: Is permanently assigned to flight test duties at Palmdale, 
					CA.  Carries 'WR' tailcode as USAF's U-2 program management is based 
					at Warner-Robins AFB, GA.
				1068 (Article 068) to 17 RW Feb 1983.  Transferred to 9th SRW Apr 1987.
					(TU-2S) Crashed Sep 20, 2016 north of Sacramento, Ca. Both pilots ejected but one did not 
					survive and the other was injured 
				1069 (Article 069) Assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, NAS Moffett Field, CA Jul 3, 1988.
					Registered as NASA 708.  Recalled by USAF to replace a lost U-2R and modified to U-2S.  
					Assigned to 99th Reconnaissance Squadron.
				1070 (Article 070) transferred to 17th RW Feb 1983.  Transferred to 9th SRW May 1988.  Reconfigured
					as U-2S Feb 1995
				1071 (Article 071) completed at U-2R. Converted to U-2S.  Skidded of end of runway after emergency 
					landing at Beale AFB, CA experienced engine failure on take-off, USAF pilot: Capt. David Hosley 
					on 13 Feb 1996; Repaired at Palmdale, CA and returned to 9 RW on 17 June 1997
				1072 (Article 072) completed as U-2R.  Delivered as TR-1A Nov 1983 to 17th RW,
					transferred to 9th SRW Mar 1984. Lost Jul 18, 1984 at
					Beale AFB, CA due to engine mount problems which blew off
					the tail.  Pilot survived.
				1073 (Article 073) built as TR-1A, Feb 1984.   Transferred to 17 RW, Jan 1991.  
					Transferred to 9 WG, Sept 1992. Reconfigured as U-2S, Feb 1996 
				1074 (Article 074) built as TR-1A, Feb 1984.  Configured to PLSS, 1984-85.  Transferred to 17 RW, Dec 1990.
					 Transferred to 9 WG, Oct 1992 Reconfigured as U-2S, May 1996 
				1075 (Article 075) completed as U-2R.  Lost Oct 8, 1984 at Osan AB,
					Korea.  USAF pilot Thomas Dettmer survived.
				1076 (Article 076) Built as a U-2R, in 1984-85 
				1077 (Article 077) Built as TR-1A, March 1985.  Reconfigured as U-2S, June 1996 
				1078 (Article 078) built as TR-1A Mar 1985.  Crashed at
					RAF Alconbury, UK Apr 24, 1990.  USAF pilot Kyule Lampella survived. Aircraft rebuilt 
					to TU-2S trainer and redelievered Oct 28, 1994.
				1080 (Article 080) built as TR-1A May 1985.  Damaged May 25, 1988
					at Beale AFB, CA.  USAF pilot Maj. Robert A Rowe survived.  Aircraft rebuilt as U-2S.
					Damaged Aug 9, 2002 when wing hit runway at Beale AFB, CA during
					touch and go, causing aircraft to leave the runway and strike
					a windsock and an embankment.  Pilot uninjured, aircraft was
					repaired.
				1081 (Article 081) Built as TR-1A, Oct 1985 Transferred to 9 WG, August 1991 Reconfigured as U-2S, Oct 1996 
				1082 (Article 082) built as TR-1A.  Reconfigured as U-2S Jan 1997.  Underwent RAMP (Reconnaissance Avionics
					Maintainability Program) retrofit and was redelivered to
					USAF Apr 15, 2002.  With 9th RW crashed at undisclosed location while
					returning to Al Dhafra, UAE Jun 22, 2005.  Pilot killed.  AFM 8/2005
					Cause of crash was inflight failure of power take-off shaft,
					causing loss of power to hydraulic systems, generators, primary
					cockpit lighting, and displays.  Aircraft was  on landing approach
					and struck gound within 63 seconds of shaft failure.  Pilot believed
					to have suffered task oversaturation, channelized attention,
					and spatial disorientation.  AFM 12/2005  
				1083 (Article 083) Built as TR-1A March 1986.   Transferred to 9 WG, Dec 1991.  
					Reconfigured as U-2S, Sept 1996 
				1084 (Article 084) delivered as TR-1A Apr 1986.  Damaged in ground 
					accident at RAF Alconbury, UK Dec 9, 1987 by runaway tractor.
					Repaired and transferred to 9th SRW 1988-1989.  Rebuilt aqnd flying with 9th RW.
				1085 (Article 085) Built as TR-1A, Aug 1986.  Transferred to 9 SRW, Feb 1991.  Converted to "S" spec. 
				1086 (Article 086) Built as TR-1A*, 1986-87.  Transferred to 17 RW, April 1987 .  
					Transferred to 9 SRW, Aug 1991 
				1087 (Article 087) Built as TR-1A, May 1987 
				1088 (Article 088) Built as TR-1A, Dec 1987.  On 9 Jan 1990, Ran off end of runway during landing, 
					due to tail gear steering bearing locking up, USAF Pilot Capt. Dan Sanders was okay. 
					Transferred to 9 SRW, Aug 1991. Crashed Aug 7, 1996 at Oroville, CA shortly after takeoff
					from Beale AFB, CA.  USAF pilot Capt Randy Roby ejected but was killed.  Civilian
					on ground also killed.
				1089 (Article 089) Built as U-2R, 1988.  Reconfigured as U-2S, Dec 1995 
				1090 (Article 090) Built as TR-1A, 1988.   Retained as test aircraft by Lockheed.   
					Prototype U-2S test aircraft, Palmdale, CA, first flight 23 May 1989 
80-1091			Lockheed U-2R(T)
				Article 091. Trainer.  Converted to TU-2S
80-1092/1099		Lockheed TR-1A
				MSN 092/099
				1095,1096,1098 completed as U-2Rs.  The remainder were redesignated U-2R.
				1092 (Article 092) Built as TR-1A, April 1988.   Transferred to 9 WG, Dec 1991 
					converted to U-2S Block 20.
				1093 (Article 093) Built as TR-1A, June 1988.  Transferred to 9 WG, Aprill 1992.  
					Reconfigured as U-2S, June 1995 
				1094 (Article 094) Built as TR-1A, Sept 1988.   Transferred to 9 WG, Dec 1991.   
					Reconfigured as U-2S, June 1995 
				1095 (Article 095) delivered as U-2R, reconfigured as U-2S Jan 1996.
					With 5th RS/9th RW crashed near Hwasung, South Korea Jan 25/26, 2003.  
					Pilot ejected safely.  3 people on ground injured
				1096 (Article 096) built as U-2R, April 1989.   Reconfigured as U-2S, April 1996 
				1097 (Article 097) assigned to NASA Ames Research Center, NAS Moffett Field, CA, 1989. 
					Registered as NASA 709.  Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA, 
					later as the Neil A Armstrong Flight Research Center, 1997.  Registered as NASA 809.
					Registered as N809NA Jun 12, 1989, current.  Used as a readily deployable high altitude 
					sensor platform to collect remote sensing and in situ data on earth resources, atmospheric 
					chemistry and dynamics, and oceanic processes. The aircraft also is used for electronic 
					sensor research and development, satellite calibration and satellite data validation.
					Modified as ER-2S.
				1098 (Article 098) delivered as U-2R in 1989.  Lost toward the end of
					August 1994 at Osan AB, Korea.  Pilot survived.  Aircraft
					left the runway, crashed, and burned.
				1099 (Article 099) Bult as TR-1A*, 3 Oct 1989.   Transferred to 17 RW, March 1990.  Transferred 
					back to 9 WG, Dec 199.   Reconfigured as U-2S, Aug 1995.   During sortie from Osan AB, 
					South Korea in May 1997, aircraft encounterd severe turbulence and executed uncommanded barrel
					roll.  Returned safely, subsequently rebuilt and returned to service.
					Rumored that during this mission aircraft was shot at by North Korean SAMs.
80-1100/1112		Cancelled contract for Lockheed TR-1A

80-3501/3537		Cancelled contract for Northrop F-5E/F Tiger II for Egypt 
80-3538/3540		General Dynamics F-16A Block 10C Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 6H-47/49.  Built by SABCA for Belgium (FA-47/49).
				FA-47 arrived at Weelde for storage Apr 21, 2004.  Reported Mar 10, 2007 
					as having been scrapped.
				FA-48 arrived at Weelde for storage Apr 20, 2004.  Reported Mar 10, 2007 
					as having been scrapped.  Reported 2008 stored at Rocourt Barracks
				FA-49 reporte Mar 2005 to be in storage at Weelde.  Reported Mar 10, 2007 
					as having been scrapped.  Reported 2008 stored at Rocourt Barracks
80-3541/3546		General Dynamics F-16A Block 10D Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 6H-50/55.  Built by SABCA for Belgium (FA-50/55).
				3541 (FA-50) to Weelde storage Apr 21, 2004.  Reported Mar 10, 2007 as 
					having been scrapped.  Reported 2008 stored at Rocourt Barracks
				3542 (FA-51) to Weelde storage.  Left storage to Rocourt Barracks Jan 11, 2005
					to be stripped of useful parts.  Reported Mar 10, 2007 as 
					having been scrapped.  Reported 2008 stored at Rocourt Barracks
				3543 (FA-52) (350th Sqn) crashed after midair collision with F-16A FA-31 (ex 78-0146) 30 km SW of Limoges, France Sep 19, 1987. 
					Pilot killed.
				3544 (FA-53) to Weelde storage.  Left storage to Rocourt Barracks Jan 22, 2005
					to be stripped of useful parts.  Reported Mar 10, 2007 as having been 
					scrapped.  Reported 2008 stored at Rocourt Barracks
				3545 (FA-54) (350th Sqn) collidied midair with F-16A FA-12 (ex 78-0127) near Kirkagac, Turkey Oct 18, 1989. Both pilot killed.
				3546 (FA-55) reported Mar 2005 as in storage at Weelde.  Reported Mar 10, 2007 
					as having been scrapped.  Reported 2008 stored at Beauvechain
80-3547			General Dynamics F-16A Block 15B Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 6H-56.  Built by SABCA for Belgium (FA-56).  MOdified to F-16AM
80-3548/3551		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15D Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 6H-57/60. Built by SABCA for Belgium (FA-57/60)
				3548 (MSN 6H-57) modified to F-16AM
				3549 (FA-58) reported Mar 2005 to be in storage at Weelde.  Reported Mar 10, 2007 
					as having been scrapped.  Reported 2008 stored at Kleine Brogel, to go
					to Jordanian AF.  To Royal Jordanian AF Jul 2011 as #140
				3550 (FA-59) (31st Sqn) during simulated emergency landing hit the runway very hard, the pilot managed to get the F-16 airborne, but
					crashed at Overpelt, Belgium Sep 20, 1983.  Fin reportedly used on FA113 (88-0038)
				3551 (FA-60) modified to F-16AM.  reported Mar 2005 as in storage at Weelde.
					Reported Mar 10, 2007 as in storage pending sale to Jordanian AF.
					Reported 2008 stored at Weelde.  As of April 2009 with Jordanian AF as 141.
80-3552/3556		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15F Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 6H-61/65.  Built by SABCA for Belgium (FA-61/65)
				3552 (FA-61) modified to F-16AM.  reported Mar 2005 as in storage at Weelde. 
					Reported Mar 10, 2007 as in storage pending sale to Jordanian AF.
					Reported 2008 stored at Kleine Broghel
				3553 (FA-62) (31st Sqn) hit by birds and crashed at Kaulille, Belgium Nov 17, 1988. Pilot ejected safely.
				3554 (FA-63) (F23rd Sqn) crashed near Kleine-Brogel, Belgium Sep 14, 1987. Pilot killed.
				3555 (FA-64) w/o Sept 7, 1993, Neochorion
				3556 (FA-65) modified to F-16AM.  Reported Mar 2005 as in storage at Weelde.
					Reported Mar 10, 2007 as in storage pending sale to Jordanian AF
80-3557/3562		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 6H-66/71.  Built by SABCA for Belgium (FA-66/71)
				3557 (FA66) reported Mar 2005 as in storage at Weelde.  Reported Mar 10, 2007
					as in storage pending sale to Jordanian AF
				3558 (FA67) modified to F-16AM
				3559 (FA68) modified to F-16AM
				3560 (FA69) has had mid-life update, now designated F-16AM
				3561 (FA70) modified to F-16AM
				3562 (FA71) modified to F-16AM
80-3563/3570		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15K Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 6H-72/79.  Built by SABCA for Belgium (FA-72/79)
				3563 (FA-72) has had mid-life update, now designated F-16AM
				3564/3567 reported Mar 2005 as in storage at Weelde.  All modified to F-16AM before
					being stored.  All reported Mar 10, 2007 as in storage pending sale to
					Jordanian AF
				3568 (FA-77) modified to F-16AM
				3569 (FA-78) modified to F-16AM.  Reported Mar 2005 as being in storage at Weelde.
					Reported Mar 10, 2007 as in storage pending sale to Jordanian AF.
					Reported 2008 stored at Kleine Broghel.  Delivered to Royal Jordanian AF as 149.  Assigned to 1 Squadron.
					Crashed Dec 24, 2014 at Raqqa, Syria due to mechanical failure during operations against ISIS.  Pilot
					ejected but was captured, tortured, and murdered by ISIS terrorists.
				3570 (FA-79) (23rd Sqn) crashed after midair collision with a French Jaguar near Petit-Han, Belgium Jun 30, 1986. Pilot ejected safely, 
					but the pilot of Jaguar was killed.
80-3571/3578		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15M Fighting Falcon
				MSN 6H-80/87.  Built by SABCA for Belgium (FA-80/87)
				3571 (FA-80) w/o Apr 29, 1997
				3572 (FA-81) modified to F-16AM
				3573 (FA-82) modified to F-16AM
				3574 (FA-83) modified to F-16AM.  May possibly be in storage pending sale
					to Jordanian AF
				3575 (FA-84) modified to F-16AM.  
				3576 (FA-85) (23th Sqn) crashed near Budel, Netherland Oct 25, 1989.  Pilot ejected safely.
				3577 (FA-86) modified to F-16AM
				3578 (FA-87) modified to F-16AM.  May possibly be in storage pending sale
					to Jordanian AF
80-3579/3583		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15P Fighting Falcon
				MSN 6H-88/92.  Built by SABCA for Belgium (FA-88/92)
				3579 (FA-88) reported Mar 2005 as in storage at Weelde.  Reported Mar 10, 2007
					as in storage pending sale to Jordanian AF.  Reported 2008 stored at Florennes.  In Jul 2011 to Royal
					Jordanian AF as #150.
				3580 (FA-89) modified to F-16AM
				3581 (FA-90) modified to F-16AM.  Reported Mar 2005 as in storage at Weelde.
					Reported Mar 10, 2007 as in storage pending sale to Jordanian AF.
					Reported 2008 stored at Florennes.
				3582 (FA-91) modified to F-16AM.
				3583 (FA-92) modified to F-16AM
80-3584/3587		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15R Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 6H-93/96.  Built by SABCA for Belgium (FA-93/96)
				FA-93 (80-3584) modified to F-16AM.  Collided in midair Dec 9, 2003 over Marche-en-Famenne, Ardennes with FA-122 (88-0047).  
					Both aircraft crashed.  One pilot ejected safely, the other one was killed.
				FA-94 (80-3585) modified to F-16AM
				FA-95 (80-3586) modified to F-16AM
				FA-96 (80-3587) modified to F-16AM.  Crashed Jan 8, 2002 on approach to Kleine Brogel after engine failure and fire.
					Pilot ejected safely.
80-3588			General Dynamics F-16B Block 15B Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 6J-13.  Built by SABCA for Belgium (FB-13)
				w/o Jan 9, 1992, Euskirchen
80-3589/3592		General Dynamics F-16B Block 15D Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 6J-14/17.  Built by SABCA for Belgium (FB-14/17)
				3589 (FB-14) modified to F-16BM
				3590 (FB-15) modified to F-16BM
				3591 (FB-16)  (23rd Sqn) crashed at Helchteren range, Belgium Sep 19, 1984. Both crew killed.
				3592 (FB-17) modified to F-16BM
80-3593/3595		General Dynamics F-16B Block 15F Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 6J-18/20.  Built by SABCA for Belgium (FB-18/20)
				3593 (FB-18) modified to F-16BM.
				3594 (FB-19) modifed to F-16BM.   (10 Wing OCU) collided in midair with an ultralight aircraft near Sellingen, Netherlands
					Apr 24, 2002.  Pilot of ultralight killed.  Both F-16 crew ejected, but one was killed
					when his chute failed to open.
80-3596/3597		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15 Fighting Falcon 
				Built by SABCA for Royal Danish AF.
				3596 (MSN 6F-31/B-099) to Royal Danish AF May 18, 1982 as 803596, code E-596.  Upgraded to F-16A Block 20 standard
					at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16AM
				3597 (MSN 6F-32/B-103) to Royal Danish AF Jun 22, 1982 as 803597, code E-597.  Upgraded to F-16A Block 20 standard
					at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16AM
80-3598/3602		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15B Fighting Falcon
				Built by SABCA for Royal Danish AF				
				3598 (MSN 6F-33/B-106) to Royal Danish AF Jul 8, 1982 as 803598, code E-598.  Upgraded to F-16A Block 20 standard
					at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16AM
				3599 (MSN 6F-34/B-109) to Royal Danish AF Aug 25, 1982 as 803599, code E-599.  Upgraded to F-16A Block 20 standard
					at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16AM
				3600 (MSN 6F-35/B-111) to Royal Danish AF Sep 30, 1982 as 80600, code E-600.  Upgraded to F-16A Block 20 standard
					at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16AM
				3601 (MSN 6F-36/B-115) to Royal Danish AF Oct 27, 1982 as 80601, code E-601.  Upgraded to F-16A Block 20 standard
					at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16AM
				3602 (MSN 6F-37/B-116) to Royal Danish AF Nov 3, 1982 as 803602, code E-602.  Upgraded to F-16A Block 20 standard
					at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16AM
80-3603/3606		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15D Fighting Falcon
				Built by SABCA for Royal Danish AF 
				3603 (MSN 6F-38/B-119) to Royal Danish AF Nov 24, 1982 as 803603, code E-603.  Upgraded to F-16A Block 20 standard
					at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16AM
				3604 (MSN 6F-39/B-122) to Royal Danish AF Jan 28, 1983 as 803604, code E-604.  Upgraded to F-16A Block 20 standard
					at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16AM
				3605 (MSN 6F-40/B-125) to Royal Danish AF Feb 7, 1983 as 803605, code E-605.  Upgraded to F-16A Block 20 standard
					at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16AM
				3606 (MSN 6F-41/B-128) to Royal Danish AF May 29, 1983 as 803606, code E-606.  Upgraded to F-16A Block 20 standard
					at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16AM
80-3607/3609		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 6F-42/44.  Built by SABCA for Royal Danish AF (E-607/609).  Redesignated F-16AM
					after mid-life update.
				3607 (MSN 6F-42/B-134) to Royal Danish AF Apr 28, 1983 as 803607, code E-607.  Upgraded to F-16A Block 20 standard
					at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16AM
				3608 (MSN 6F-43/B-137) to Royal Danish AF Jun 15, 1983 as 803608, code E-608.  Upgraded to F-16A Block 20 standard
					at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16AM
				3609 (MSN 6F-44/B-140) to Royal Danish AF Jun 24, 1983 as 803609, code E-609.  E-609 suffered landing mishap at 
					Aalborg Nov 17, 2005 when two main wheels blew, running off runway and into the grass, resulting in 
					nosewheel collapsing and causing damage to nose.  AFM 1/2006.  Repaired.				
80-3610/3611		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15H Fighting Falcon
				Built by SABCA for Royal Danish AF 
				3610 (MSN 6F-45/B-143) to Royal Danish AF Aug 25, 1983 as 803610, code E-610.  Upgraded to F-16A Block 20 standard
					at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16AM
				3611 (MSN 6F-46/B-145) to Royal Danish AF Sep 14, 1983 as 803611, code E-611.  Upgraded to F-16A Block 20 standard
					at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16AM
80-3612			General Dynamics F-16B Block 15 Fighting Falcon 
				Built by SABCA for Royal Danish 
				3612 (MSN 6G-9/B-100) to Royal Danish AF Jun 10, 1982 as 803612, code ET-612.  Upgraded to F-16B Block 20 standard
					at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16BM
80-3613			General Dynamics F-16B Block 15B Fighting Falcon 
				Built by SABCA for Royal Danish AF 
				3613 (MSN 6G-10/B-112) to Royal Danish AF Oct 26, 1982 as 803613, code ET-613.  Upgraded to F-16B Block 20 standard
					at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16BM
80-3614			General Dynamics F-16B Block 15F Fighting Falcon 
				Built by SABCA for Royal Danish AF 
				3614 (MSN 6G-11/B-131) to Royal Danish AF Apr 28, 1983 as 803614, code ET-614.  Upgraded to F-16B Block 20 standard
					at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16BM
80-3615			General Dynamics F-16B Block 15Q Fighting Falcon 
				Built by SABCA for Royal Danish AF 
				3615 (MSN 6G-12/B-176) to Royal Danish AF May 22, 1985 as 803615, code ET-615.  Upgraded to F-16B Block 20 standard
					at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16BM

80-3616/3618		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15 Fighting Falcon
				MSN 6D-48/50.  Built by Fokker for Holland (J-616/618)
				3616 (J-616) modified to F-16AM
				3617 (J-617) modified to F-16AM.  Ran off tarmac into soft ground
					while taxying at night at CFB Cold Lake, Alberta Apr 29, 2008.
					Pilot unhurt but there was considerable damage and aircraft
					may not be economically repairable.
				3618 (J-618) w/o May 26, 1992 south of Goose Bay
80-3619/3623		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15B Fighting Falcon
				MSN 6D-51/55.  Built by Fokker for Holland (J-619/623)
				3619 (J-619) modified to F-16AM.  Sold to Chilean AF as 728
				3620 (J-620) modified to F-16AM
				3621 (J-621) (311th Sqn) crashed after midair collision with F-16A J-865 (ex 81-0865) near Gronau, Germany Jun 3, 1985. Pilot killed.
				3622 (J-622) modified to F-16AM.  Used for spares at Volkel.  Sold to
					Chilean AF as 727.
				3623 (J-623) modified to F-16AM
80-3624/3629		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15D Fighting Falcon
				MSN 6D-56/61.  Built by Fokker for Holland (J-624/629)
				3624 (J-624) modified to F-16AM
				3625 (J-625) (311th Sqn) crashed during a low level training flight at Goose Bay, Canada Jun 4, 1988. Pilot ejected safely.
				3626 (J-626) (311th Sqn) crashed into North Sea off Doggersbank, Netherland Jun 13, 1986. Pilot ejected safely and rescued.
				3627 (J-627) modified to F-16AM
				3628 (J-628) modified to F-16AM
				3629 (J-629) modified to F-16A(R),which allowed use of Oldelft Orpheus
					reconnaissance pod formerly used by RF-104G.  (306th Sqn) crashed near Seedorf, Germany Apr 15, 1986.  Pilot killed.
80-3630/3635		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 6D-62/67.  Built by Fokker for Holland (J-630/635)
				3630 (J-630) modified to F-16AM
				3631 (J-631) modified to F-16AM
				3632 (J-632) modified to F-16AM
				3633 (J-633) modified to F-16AM.  To Chilean AF Sep 4, 2006 as 721
				3634 (J-634) modified to F-16A(R), which allowed use of Oldelft Orpheus
					reconnaissance pod formerly used by RF-104G.  (306th Sqn) crashed in a housing area in Linz, Germany May 28, 1984. Pilot killed.
				3635 (J-635) modified to F-16AM
80-3636/3641		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 6D-68/73.  Built by Fokker for Holland (J-636/641)
				3636 (J-636) modified to F-16AM
				3637 (J-637) modified to F-16AM
				3638 (J-638) modified to F-16AM
				3639 (J-639) modified to F-16A(R), which allowed use of Oldelft Orpheus reconnaissance pod formerly used by RF-104G.  
					(306th Sqn) crashed after engine failure at Haaksbergen, Netherland Feb 11, 1988.  Pilot ejected safely.
				3640 (J-640) modified to F-16AM
				3641 (J-641) modified to F-16AM
80-3642/3645		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15K Fighting Falcon
				MSN 6D-74/77.  Built by Fokker for Holland (J-642/645)
				3642 (J-642) modified to F-16AM
				3643 (J-643) modified to F-16AM
				3644 (J-644) modified to F-16AM
				3645 (J-645) modified to F-16A(R), which allowed use of Oldelft Orpheus
					reconnaissance pod formerly used by RF-104G. w/o Aug 9, 1993
80-3646/3648		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15M Fighting Falcon
				MSN 6D-78/80.  Built by Fokker for Holland (J-646/648)
				All modified to F-16AM.
80-3649/3650		General Dynamics F-16B Block 15B Fighting Falcon
				MSN 6E-14/15.  Built by Fokker for Holland. (J-649/650).
				3649 (J-649) modified to F-16BM.  Sold to Chilean AF as 737
				3650 (J-650) modified to F-16BM.  Sold to Jordanian AF
80-3651			General Dynamics F-16B Block 15D Fighting Falcon
				MSN 6E-16.  Built by Fokker for Holland. (J-651)
				Modified to F-16B(R), which allowed use of Oldelft Orpheus
					reconnaissance pod formerly used by RF-104G.  Reported
					2008 stored at Soesterberg 
80-3652/3653		General Dynamics F-16B Block 15F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 6E-17/18.  Built by Fokker for Holland. (J-652/653)
				Both modified to F-16BM
				3652 (J-652) modified to F-16BM.  To Chilean AF as 734, arrived Apr 12, 2007
				3653 (J-653) to be sold to Jordanian AF (AFM 7/07) 
80-3654/3655		General Dynamics F-16B Block 15H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 6E-19/20.  Built by Fokker for Holland. (J-654/655)
				Both modified to F-16BM
				3654 (J-654) sold to Jordanian AF 
				3655 (J-655) sold to Chilean AF as 735.  Left for delivery to ChileJun 3, 2007
80-3656/3657		General Dynamics F-16B Block 15K Fighting Falcon
				MSN 6E-21/22.  Built by Fokker for Holland. (J-656/657)
				Both modified to F-16BM
				3656 (J-656) modified to F-16BM.  Delivered to Chilean AF Sep 4, 2006 as 733
				3657 (J-657) modified to F-16BM.  To Chilean AF as 736
80-3658/3659		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15 Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 6K-30/31.  Built by Fokker for Norway (658/659).
80-3660/3663		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15B Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 6K-32/35.  Built by Fokker for Norway (660/663).
				3660 modified to F-16AM
				3661 modified to F-16AM
80-3664/3667		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15D Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 6K-36/39.  Built by Fokker for Norway (664/667).
				3667 modified to F-16AM
80-3668/3671		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15F Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 6K-40/43.  Built by Fokker for Norway (668/671).
				All converted to F-16AM
80-3672/3675		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15H Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 6K-44/47.  Built by Fokker for Norway (672/675).
				3672 modified to F-16AM
				3673 modified to F-16AM
80-3676/3683		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15K Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 6K-48/55.  Built by Fokker for Norway (676/683).
				3676 (331st skv) crashed near Andoya, Norway Jan 10, 1989.  Pilot killed.
				3677 modified to F-16AM
				3679 (331st skv) crashed near Hindoya island, Norway Mar 14, 1988.  Pilot killed.
				3680 modified to F-16AM
				3681 modified to F-16AM
				3682 modified to F-16AM
				3683 modified to F-16AM
80-3684/3688		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15M Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 6K-56/60.  Built by Fokker for Norway (684/688).
				3684 collided with 3686 July 10, 1986 over Nellis AFB range.  3684
					crashed at Rachel, NV.  The other landed safely at Nellis AFB.
				3865 (331st skv) destroyed by fire on the ground at Bodo AB, Norway Jun 6, 1989.
80-3689			General Dynamics F-16B Block 15 Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 6L-8.  Built by Fokker for Norway (689).  Converted to F-16BM
80-3690			General Dynamics F-16B Block 15B Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 6L-9.  Built by Fokker for Norway (690).
80-3691			General Dynamics F-16B Block 15D Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 6L-10.  Built by Fokker for Norway (691).
80-3692			General Dynamics F-16B Block 15F Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 6L-11.  Built by Fokker for Norway (692).
80-3693			General Dynamics F-16B Block 15H Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 6L-12.  Built by Fokker for Norway (693).  Converted to F-16BM
80-3694/3713		General Dynamics F-16A Fighting Falcon
				Cancelled aircraft originally for Israel
80-3714/3744		General Dynamics F-16C/D Fighting Falcon
				Cancelled aircraft originally for Israel
80-3745/3768		General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
				MSN 4K.1/24.  For Israel.


			- Army serials begin here -

80-23371/23380		Beech C-12D Huron
				MSN BP-012/BP-021.  Military version of Model A200 Super King Air
				23371,23373/23378 converted to RC-12D.
				23372,23379,23380 converted to RC-12G Crazy Horse.
				23371,23373/23378 got new MSNs GR.2,4,12,5,11,3,13 respectively
				23372 got new MSN of FC-3.  Assigned to 138th Military Intelligence Company
					Ferried to Fort Sill, OK for retirement on Oct 12, 1998.
					Assigned to Intel School, Fort Huachuca, AZ
					Preserved and on display at the Fort Huachuca Historical Museum, Sierra Vista, AZ
				23376 on display at Ft. Rucker, AL
				23377 converted to RC-12D.  Photographed at Prestwick AP, Scotland
					Mar 24,2009 with a large underfuselage container presumably
					full of sensing devices.
				23379 got new MSN of FC-1. Assigned to 138th Military Intelligence Company
					Ferried to Fort Sill, OK for retirement on Oct 12, 1998.
					Assigned to 204th Military Intelligence Battalion, Fort Bliss, Biggs AAF, TX for preservation
				23380 got new MSN of FC-2.  converted to JRC-12G Crazy Horse and used as chase/verification aircraft when icing
					trials are carried out.  Assigned to 138th Military Intelligence Company
					Ferried to Fort Sill, OK for retirement on 12 Oct 1998.

80-23416/23509		Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk
				MSN 70174/70267
				23417 (MSN 70175) for sale by GSA at Huntsville, Alabama Feb 4, 2015.  Readvertised Feb 23, 2015.
					To N553ES	
				23419 (MSN 70177) for sale by GSA Auctions at Madison County Exec Arpt, Meridianville, AL, Oct 16 2014. 
					Reserve not met. To N534WS with Brown Helicopter Inc, Pensacola, Florida on January 12, 2015. 
				23420 (MSN 70178) for sale by GSA Auctions at Madison County Exec Arpt, Meridianville, AL, Sep 2 2014. 
					Reserve not met.  To N530JS with Brown Helicopter Inc, Pensacola, Florida on November 25, 2014 
				23421 (MSN 70179) for sale by GSA Auctions at Madison County Exec Arpt, Meridianville, AL, Jul 7 2014. 
					Reserve not met. Re-advertised Nov 2 2014. Reserve not met.  To N536XN with Northwest Helicopters 
					Llc, Olympia, Washington on January 22, 2015. 
				23423 to US Customs
				23424 (MSN 70182) for sale by GSA Auctions at Madison County Exec Arpt, Meridianville, AL, Oct 1 2014.
					Reserve not met.  Re-advertised for sale Mar 17, 2015.  Registered N562EB to Brown Helicopters
					Jun 1, 2015.
				23426 (MSN 70184) E Co, 5-158th Avn) crashed at Pirmasens, West Germany Jul 2, 1983.  Six occupants injured.
				23430 WV ARNG, for sale by GSA Auctions at Huntsville, AL, May 25 2016 
				23434 (MSN 70192) for sale by GSA Auctions at Madison County Exec Arpt, Meridianville, AL, Jul 7 2014. 
					Reserve not met. Re-advertised Oct 1, 2014. Reserve not met. Re-advertised Oct 15, 2014.
					To N434TH with Timberline Helicopters Inc, Sandpoint, Idaho on February 23, 2015. 
				23439 (MSN 70197) for sale by GSA Auctions at Huntsville, AL Jul 29, 2015.  Surplus Jul 14, 2015.
					To N60FW with Ace Aeronautics Llc, Huntsville, Alabama on November 18, 2015 
				23441 (MSN 70199) w/o 1/28/1987.
				23442 (MSN 70200) for sale by GSA Auctions at Madison County Exec Arpt, Meridianville, AL, Jul 7 2014. 
					Reserve not met. Re-advertised Aug 1 2014. Reserve not met.  To N527NB with Brown Helicopter Inc, 
					Pensacola, Florida on October 24, 2014. 
				23444 (MSN 70202) WV ARNG, transferred to Science & Engineering Services Llc, Huntsville, AL, Jan 13 2016.  
					Relisted Jun 10 2016 
				23445 (MSN 70205) for sale by GSA at Huntsville, Alabama Fegb 4, 2015, readvertised Feb 23, 2015.
					On December 19, 2015 to N166DP with Sca Group Llc, Chesapeake, Virginia. 
				23446 (MSN 70206)  D Co 1-137thAvn, for sale by GSA Auctions at Huntsville, AL, May 5 2016 
				23451 for sale by GSA Auctions at Huntsville, Alabama Aug 18, 2015.  Regd N160CU Unical Defense, Los Angeles, CA, Dec 11 2015
				23452 (MSN 70210) with 1-137th Avn, Ohio Army National Guard for sale by GSA Auctions at Huntsville, AL May 21, 2015.
					Readvertised Jun 11, 2015.  To N596YB with Brown Helicopter Inc, Pensacola, Florida on September 24, 2015 
				23455 (MSN 70213) NY ARNG transferred to Science and Engineering Services LLC, Huntsville, AL Jun 27, 2016.
					For sale by GSA Auctions at Huntsville, AL Jul 28, 2016.
				23457 (MSN 70215) to Arkansas NG from Indiana NG
				23458 (MSN 70216) to Arkansas NG from Indiana NG
				23459 (MSN 70217) D Co 1-137thAvn, for sale by GSA Auctions at Huntsville, AL, May 5 2016.
					Re-listed by GSA Auctions at Huntsville, AL, Sep 22 2016
				23460 (MSN 70218) retired to US Army Transportation Museum at Ft Eustis, Virginia.  
				23461 (MSN 70219) Alabama ANG for sale by GSA Auctions at Madison County Executive Airport, Meridianville,
					Alabama Dec 8, 2014.  Reserve not met.  To N9FH with Brainerd Helicopters Inc, 
					Leesburg, Florida on April 8, 2015. 
				23464 to unknown unit in Iraq. Returned to INARNG in 2008.  Damaged by bad storm at Shelbyville,
					IN Jul 20, 2008.
				23465 stationed with 82nd Airborne during Operation Urgent Fury in 1983.  Ditched in ocean, recovered, repaired,
					and put back in service.  Now reported with US Customs Service.
				23466 converted to GUH-60A
				23469 (MSN 70227) sale by GSA Auctions at Madison County Exec Arpt, Meridianville, AL, Jul 7, 2014. 
					Reserve not met. Re-advertised Oct 1, 2014. Reserve not met.
				23471 (9-101st Avn) w/o Mar 21, 1984.
				23472 (MSN 70230) delvd A Trp 2-17th Cav, Ft Campbell, KY, Dec 30 1981.  For sale by GSA Auctions at Huntsville, AL, Jan 29 2016. 
					Re-advertised by GSA Auctions at Huntsville, AL, May 25 2016
				23477 (c/n 70235) with Indiana NG in 2007.  Assigned to B Company, 2nd Battalion, 285th Aviation Regiment
					Assigned to C Company, 2nd Battalion, 135th Aviation Regiment
				23478 to RECAP
				23479 (MSN 70237) for sale by GSA at Huntsville, AL Apr 16, 2015.  To N160DP with Unical Defense Inc of 
					City of Industry, California on October 21, 2015 
				23481 converted to GUH-60A
				23483 available for purchase by federal agencies at Huntsville, Alabama Aug 18, 2015.  For sale by GSA
					Auctions at Huntsville, Alabama Aug 24, 12015
				23484 with Indiana NG in 2007
				23489 B Co 1-108thAvn Regt, delv'd 'BEST' program Feb 3 2016.   For sale by GSA Auctions at Huntsville, IL Mar 21, 2016.  
					Reserve not met. Relisted Apr 18 2016 
				23491 with Indiana NG in 2007
				23492 (MSN 70250) for sale by GSA Auctions at Huntsville, AL, Jun 30 2015.   To N230AA with Aircraft Investment 
					Holdings Llc, Enterprise, Alabama on October 26, 2015.
				23495 B Co 1-108thAvn Regt KS ARNG, for sale by GSA Auctions at Huntsville, AL, Mar 11 2016 (not sold). Relisted Jun 1 
					2016 as IFB  
				23496 (MSN 70254) for sale by GSA Auctions at Huntsville, Alabama Dec 17, 2014.  To N240BH
				23498 (9-101st Avn) w/o Feb 26, 1985.
				23499 (MSN 70257) for sale by GSA at Huntsville, AL Apr 16, 2015.  To N160BQ with Unical Defense Inc of 
					City of Industry, California on October 21, 2015. 
				23501 (MSN 70259) transferred to Science & Engineering Services Llc, Huntsville, AL, Feb 17 2016 .  
					For sale by GSA Auctions at Huntsville, AL Mar 11, 2016.  Relisted Jun 1 2016 
				23504 crashed May 16, 1989.
				23506 delv'd 'BEST' program Mar 4 2016.  For sale by GSA Auctions at Huntsville, IL Mar 21, 2016.  Reserve not met,
					relisted Apr 18, 2016.
				23507 (MSN 70265) loaned to US Navy as 823507.  W/o 11/12/1999.  Assigned to A Company, 1st Battalion, 
					137th Aviation Regiment.  Stored at Huntsville-Madison County Executive Airport (AL).  For sale 
					by GSA Auctions at Huntsville, AL Jun 11, 2015.  Readvertised Jun 11, 2015.  To N160CD with Unical Defense Inc of 
					City of Industry, California on December 11, 2015 
				32509 (MSN 70267) To civil register as N686DN with Rogerson-Kratos, Pasadena, California on October 20, 2016. 
80-23510/23521		Bell AH-1S Cobra 
				MSN 22298/22309.  For ANG.  All redesignated AH-1F in 1986.
				23510 (AH-1F) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001
				23514 (MSN 22302, AH-1F) taken from storage at Fort Drum, NY
					and moved to DynCorp, Puerto Rico for assessment and
					possible transfer to Pakistan Army.  Purchased by 
					Pakistan Army for spares use.  Seen in outdoor storage at Ozark, AL airport in 2014.
				23516 (MSN 22304, AH-1F) taken from storage at Fort Drum, NY
					and moved to DynCorp, Puerto Rico for assessment and
					possible transfer to Pakistan Army.  Has been refurbished
					for supply to Pakistan Army
				23517 (MSN 22305) registration N5627C reserved Oct 11, 2007,
					taken up. To N517SF Feb 24, 2011 with Celebrate Freedom Foundation, West Columbia, South Carolina
				23518 (MSN 22306) in Apr 2015 stored at Kern county Fire Department Air and Wildland Camp 8 at
					Tehachapi, California
				23519 (MSN 22307, AH-1F) taken from storage at Fort Drum, NY
					and moved to DynCorp, Puerto Rico for assessment and
					possible transfer to Pakistan Army.  Has been refurbished
					for supply to Pakistan Army
				23521 (MSN 22309, AH-1F) taken from storage at Fort Drum, NY
					and moved to DynCorp, Puerto Rico for assessment and
					possible transfer to Pakistan Army.  Has been refurbished
					for supply to Pakistan Army.
80-23522/23525		Bell AH-1F Cobra 
				MSN 21713/21716
				sold to Israel
80-23525		Beechcraft Be. 65 Queen Air
				inadvertent duplication. reallocated to 1985 and then to 1965.

	The following serial numbers are out of sequence.  They were
	probably derived from manufacturer's serial numbers.

80-900566		Schweizer TG-4A
				MSN 566.  2 seat glider for USAF Academy, flown as N5039Y. 
					To Civil Air Patrol.

80-900586		Schweizer TG-4A
				MSN 586.  2 seat glider for USAF Academy.  Registered N96255

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