83-0001/0002 Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules 0001 MSN 382-5015 to Japan Air Self Defense Force as 45-1073 0002 MSN 382-5017 to Japan Air Self Defense Force as 45-1074 83-0003/0006 PDA Engineering LTV 83-0007 Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules MSN 4993. To US Coast Guard as 1705 83-0008/0009 Boeing E-3A Sentry MSN 22836,22837 All completed as E-3C 0008 (MSN 22836/962) had rough landing at Nellis AFB, NV Aug 28, 2009 and nosegear collapsed. DBR and is being scrapped. Scrapped at Nellis AFB Nov 2012. 0009 MSn 22837/965 960th AACS Active 10jan14 jun17 83-0010/0034 McDonnell Douglas F-15C-35-MC Eagle Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com 0010 MSN 0856/C270 0011 MSN 0857/C271 with 18th WG at Kadena 0012 MSN 0858/C272 with Louisiana ANG. 0013 MSN 0859/C273 0014 MSN 0861/C274 0015 MSN 0862/C275. To AMARC as FH0201 Nov 24, 2008. 0016 MSN 0863/C276. To AMARC Sep 9, 2010. 0017 MSN 0864/C277. (1st FW, 71st FS) flown by Capt. Steven W. Tate shot down IrAF Mirage F.1EQ with AIM-7M Jan 17, 1991, Desert Storm. With 1st FW, 71st FS) crashed 90 mi E of Fairbanks, AK after midair collision with F-16C 86-0269 Jun 11, 2007. Pilot ejected safely. The F-16 landed safely. 0018 MSN 0865/C278. With 131FS/104FW MANG 0019 MSN 0866/C279. Active in October 2017 with 433rd WPS/57th Wing at Nellis AFB, Nevada 0020 MSN 0867/C280. To AMARC as FH0242 Apr 9, 2010 0021 MSN 0869/C281. (71st FS, 1st FW) crashed into Arabian Gulf near Dharan, Saudi Arabia Nov 30, 1992 0022 MSN 0870/C282. To AMARC Aug 6, 2010 0023 MSN 0871/C283. With 67th FS, 51st FW at Osan 0024 MSN 0872/C284. 0025 MSN 0873/C285. 0026 MSN 0874/C286 0027 MSN 0875/C287 0028 MSN 0876/C288. To AMARC Jul 23, 2010. 0029 MSN 0878/C289 0030 MSN 0880/C290. To AMARC Sep 8, 2009. 0031 MSN 0881/C291. To AMARC Jun 17, 2010 0032 MSN 0883/C292. To AMARC Jul 1, 2010. 0033 MSN 0885/C293. Named "Spirit of the Virginia Peninsula" with 1st FW in 1992. (94th FS, 1st FW) crashed 100 km off coast of Virginia Nov 24, 1997. Pilot ejected safely 0034 MSN 0887/C294. 83-0035/0043 McDonnell Douglas F-15C-36-MC Eagle Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com 0035 MSN 0890/C295 0036 MSN 0892/C296 0037 MSN 0894/C297 0038 MSN 0897/C298 0039 MSN 0899/C299 0040 MSN 0902/C300 0041 MSN 0903/C301 0042 MSN 0905/C302 0043 MSN 0907/C303. To AMARC Aug 12, 2010. 83-0044/0045 McDonnell Douglas F-15C-36-MC Eagle Contract cancelled 83-0046/0048 McDonnell Douglas F-15D-35-MC Eagle 0046 MSN 0860/D045 0047 MSN 0868/D046 0048 MSN 0886/D047 83-0049/0051 McDonnell Douglas F-15D-36-MC Eagle 0049 MSN 0895/D048 0050 MSN 0900/D049 0051 was cancelled. 83-0052/0053 McDonnell Douglas F-15DJ-36-MC Eagle for Japan, Peace Eagle 0052 MSN 0904/011 to JASDF as 52-8061. 0053 MSN 0906/012 to JASDF as 52-8062. 83-0054/0055 McDonnell Douglas F-15C-35-MC Eagle For Israel, Peace Fox III 0054 MSN 0877/IC010 to IDF/AF as 505 0055 MSN 0879/IC011 to IDF/AF as 519 83-0056/0062 McDonnell Douglas F-15C-36-MC Eagle For Israel, Peace Fox III 0056 MSN 0888/IC012 to IDF/AF as 525 0057 MSN 0889/IC013 to IDF/AF as 530 0058 MSN 0891/IC014 to IDF/AF as 541 0059 MSN 0893/IC015 to IDF/AF as 552 0060 MSN 0896/IC016 to IDF/AF as 560 0061 MSN 0898/IC017 to IDF/AF as 575 0062 MSN 0901/IC018 to IDF/AF as 583 83-0063/0064 McDonnell Douglas F-15D-35-MC Eagle For Israel, Peace Fox III 0063 MSN 0882/ID007 to IDF/AF as 223. Crashed 4/10/1987 0064 MSN 0884/ID008 to IDF/AF as 280. 83-0065/0071 Rockwell B-1B Lancer Lot II 0065 (MSN 2) 'Star of Abilene' preserved at Dyess AFB, TX. Noted at Dyess Linear Air Park, Texas Sep 2003 0066 'Ole' Puss' preserved at Mountain Home AFB, Idaho 0067 taken on strength ca 1985 and assigned to the 28th Bombardment Squadron, 96th Bombardment Wing, Dyess Air Force Base, TX. Ca. Apr 1997: the 96th BW became the 7th BW. named 'Texas Raider'. SOC in 203 and flown to Ellsworth AFB for eventual display at South Dakota Air and Space Museum, but was initially used as a parts aircraft for the 7th BW fleet. Delivered to South Dakota Air and Space Museum, Rapid City, SD Feb 4, 2005. 0068 (MSN 5) named "Spuds" with 96th BW in Ap 1989. Preserved at McConnell AFB, KS. Noted there Feb 29, 2004. 0069 'Silent Penetrator' in 2009 was preserved at Robins AFB, Georgia 0070 '7 Wishes' preserved at at Hill Aerospace Museum, Hill AFB, Utah 0071 (MSN 8) 1985: Taken on strength and assigned to the 337th Bombardment Squadron, 96th Bombardment Wing, Dyess Air Force Base, TX. Suffered engine failure Dec 19, 1990. Landed safely. Named "Spitfire" This, with an October 1990 fire with another B-1B, caused the grounding of all B-1Bs not on nuclear alert status. Investigation discovered problems with 1st stage fan and all aircraft had engines modified. By 1993: 337th BS, 96th BW redesignated as the 28th Bombardment Squadron, 7th Bombardment Wing. By Mar 2003 was preserved in Heritage Park at Tinker AFB, Oklahoma 83-0072/0074 Northrop F-5F Tiger II 0072 (57th FWW) crashed near Hill AFB, UT Jun 1, 1984. Pilot ejected. 0073 (MSN IS.1005) to Brazil in 1989 as 4806, Peace Amazon II. Operated by 1 GAvCa; crashed 5Jul16 on approach to BA Santa Cruz, both crew ejected to safety 0074 (MSN IS.1006) to Brazil in 1989 as 4807, Peace Amazon II. 83-0075/0082 McDonnell Douglas KC-10A Extender MSN 48216/48223 0075 (MSN 48216) named "International Express" with 2nd BW in Apr 1991. 0076 (MSN 48217) named "Spirit of 76" with 22nd ARW in Jul 1992. 0077 (MSN 48218) Named “Great White” with 68th ARW in June 1990 0078 (MSN 49219) named "Outlaw" with 22nd ARW in Oct 1989. 0079 (MSN 48220) named "Red River Rose" with 2nd Wing in Sep 1991. 0080 (MSN 48221) 2/17/84: First flight. 3/28/84: TOS USAF. Assigned to 660th Aircraft Generation Squadron, 60th Air Mobility Wing, Travis AFB, CA. Ca. 4/84: 6th Air Refueling Squadron, 60th Air Mobility Wing, Travis AFB, CA. 2/88: 22nd Air Refueling Wing, McConnell AFB, KS. Ca.8/90 to Ca.3/91: Flew missions in support of Operation Desert Storm. By 5/94: 722nd Air Refueling Wing, March AFB, CA. By 3/99 to after 6/18: 9th Air Refueling Squadron, 60th Air Mobility Wing, Travis AFB, CA. 0081 (305th AMW) in midair collision with F-16C 85-1469 Oct 28, 2005. (AFM 10/2005) 0082 (MSN 48223) named "Bayou Babe" with 2nd BW in Jun 1991. Named "Let's Roll" with 305th AMW in Sep 2003. 83-0083/0112 Northrop F-5E Tiger II MSN VG.1040/VG.1069. To Republic of China AF as 5313/5342. Some conversions to RF-5E: 83-0085 ROCAF ser no 5501 83-0086 ROCAF ser no 5502 converted to RF-5E. Reserialled as 5502. (8th TF, 4th TRS) w/o Oct 12, 2003. 83-0087 ROCAF ser no 5503 83-0088 ROCAF ser no 5504 83-0091 ROCAF ser no 5505. Previously was 5321 before conversion. 83-0093 ROCAF ser no 5506 83-0094 ROCAF ser no 5507 83-0113/0142 Northrop F-5F Tiger II MSN VH.1010/VH.1039. To Republic of China AF as 5387/5416 under FMS 0113 (MSN VH.1010) to Taiwan as 5387 for 7th TFW. 0114 (MSN VH.1011) to Taiwan as 5388 fir 8th TFW. Crashed Sept 30, 1997. 0115 (MSN VH.1012) to Taiwan as 5389 for 7th TFW 0116 (MSN VH.1013) to Taiwan as 5390 for 7th TFW. W/o Jan 26/27, 1989 0117 (MSN VH.1014) to Taiwan as 5391 for 7th TFW. 0118 (MSN VH.1015) to Taiwan as 5392 for 7th TFW/46th TFS 0119 (MSN VH.1016) to Taiwan as 5393 for 7th TFW 0120 (MSN VH.1017) to Taiwan as 5394 for 7th TFW, 46th TFS. Crashed Dec 3, 1998 0121 (MSN VH.1018) to Taiwan as 5395 for 7th TFW 0122 (MSN VH.1019) to Taiwan as 5396 for 7th TFW, 46th TFS 0123 (MSN VH.1020) to Taiwan as 5397 for 7th TFW 0124 (MSN VH.1021) to Taiwan as 5398 for 7th TFW. Belly landing CCK Apr 13, 2004 0125 (MSN VH.1022) to Taiwan as 5399 for 7th TFW, 46th TFS. 0126 (MSN VH.1023) to Taiwan as 5400 for 7th TFW. 0127 (MSN VN.1024) to Taiwan as 5401 for 5th TFW, 4th TRS 0128 (MSN VH.1025) to Taiwan as 5402 for 7th TFW 0129 (MSN VH.1026) to Taiwan as 5403 for 7th TFW 0130 (MSN VH.1027) to Taiwan as 5404 for 7th TFW, 46th FTS 0131 (MSN VH.1028) to Taiwan as 5405 for 5th TFW, 26th TFS. Crashed Oct 3, 1992, killing both crew. 0132 (MSN VH.1029) to Taiwan as 5406 for 7th TFW 0133 (MSN VH.1030) to Taiwan as 5407 for 7th TFW 0134 (MSN VH.1031) to Taiwan as 5408 for 5th TFW, 4th TRS 0135 (MSN VH.1032) to Taiwan as 5409 for 7th TFW 0136 (MSN VH.1033) to Taiwan as 5410 for 7th TFW. Crashed into Taiwan Strait off penghu Island Jul 15, 2009 during routine training flight. Both crew killed. 0137 (MSN VH.1034) to Taiwan as 5411 for 7th TFW 0138 (MSN VH.1035) to Taiwan as 5412 for 7th TFW 0139 (MSN VH.1036) to Taiwan as 5413 for 7th TFW 0140 (MSN VH.1037) to Taiwan as 5414 for 7th FW with 8th TFW markings. 0141 (MSN VH.1038) to Taiwan as 5415 for 7th TFS. W/o Jul 15, 1989 0142 (MSN VH.1039) to Taiwan as 5416 for 7th TFW. 83-0143/0472 Boeing AGM-86B ALCM missiles 83-0473/0485 Hughes AIM-120A AMRAAM missiles 83-0486/0489 Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules For Air National Guard 0486 (MSN 382-5008) named "Pride of Rotterdam" with 109th Airlift Wing. 154TS/189AW transferred to 164AS/179AW Ohio ANG 0487 (MSN 382-5012) named "City of Troy" with 109th Airlift Wing 0488 (MSN 382-5014) named "City of Saratoga Springs" with 109th Airlift Wing. 154TS/189AW transferred to 164AS/179AW Ohio ANG 0489 (MSN 382-5018) named "City of Schenectady" with 109th Airlift Wing. 83-0490/0493 Lockheed LC-130H-LM Hercules For Air National Guard 0490 (MSN 382-5007) named "Pride of Clifton Park" in service with 139th Airlift Squadon 109th Airlift Wing New York ANG in 1994. 0491 (MSN 382-5010). Nose hit hole during ski takeoff at Ford Range, Antarctica Dec 4, 2003. Extensive damage to nose undercarriage. Seen on static display in 2009 and looked OK. Named "City of Albany" with 139th Airlift Squadron 109th Airlift Wing New York ANG 0492 (MSN 382-5013) named "City of Amsterdam" with 139th Airlift Squadron 109th Airlift Wing New York ANG 0493 (MSN 382-5016) named "Pride of Scotia" with 139th Airlift Squadron 109th Airlift Wing New York ANG 83-0494/0499 Beechcraft C-12D Huron MSN BP-40/45. 0495 (MSN BP-41) 0496 (MSN BP-42) 0497 (MSN BP-43) named "Aquila Cinque" with US Buenos Aires Embassy Flight in May 1991. 0498 (MSN BP-44) 0499 (MSN BP-45) 83-0500/0502 Gulfstream C-20A MSN 382,383,389. Commercial Gulfstream III purchased by USAF for use as Presidential executive transport support. 0500 (MSN 382) was previously N305GA to US Navy May 10, 2004 to replace VP-3A 150496. USN serial is 830500. Made final US Navy flight Feb 2015 before being donated to Southern Illinois University 0501 (MSN 383) was previously N308GA. 9/16/83: TOS USAF, assigned to 89th Military Airlift Wing, Andrews AFB, MD. Fuselage sides marked UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 5/87: 58th Military Airlift Squadron, 76th Airlift Wing, USAFE, Ramstein AB, Germany. Ca.8/90 to ca.2/91: Flew support missions for Operation Desert Storm. 10/10/92: 76th Airlift Squadron, 86th Airlift Wing, USAFE, Ramstein AB, Germany. 2/17/04: US Army Corps of Engineers, Vicksburg, MS as N65CE. Fuselage sides marked US ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS. Registered as N80501 to US Army Corps of Engineers on August 26, 2004 based at Vicksburg, Pennsylvania and noted there in October 2016 By 8/14/06 to after 10/17 (probably current): TOS USA as 83-0501 Fuselage markings returned to standard. Noted at La Crosse, Wi Aug 14, 2006 having reverted to military number. 0502 (MSN 389) registered as N310GA; cancelled Nov 21, 1983. Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA, later as the Neil A Armstrong Flight Research Center. Registered as NASA 30502. Structurally modified and instrumented to serve as a multi-role cooperative research platform for the earth science community and a variety of flight research customers. N802NA reserved but not yet registered by Oct 2014 83-0503/0504 Lockheed KC-130T Hercules 0503 (MSN 382-5009) to US Marine Corps as BuNo 162785 0504 (MSN 382-5011) to US Marine Corps as BuNo 162786 83-0505/0508 Lockheed HC-130H-7 Hercules MSN 4996,4999,5002,5005. To US Coast Guard as 1706/1709 83-0510/0511 Boeing E-3A Sentry MSN 23428/23429. To Saudi Arabia as 1817,1818. 1817 became RE-3A ELINT and was reserialled 1901. 83-0512/0513 Short C-23A Sherpa Short Brothers Model SD 3-30 Variant 200, developed for US Army as Short Brothers SD3-30 Variant C23A Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com 0512 (MSN SH.3100) named "Zweibrucken". Registered Jul 26, 1984 to Short Brothers Ltd as G-BLLJ, cancelled Nov 2, 1984 on export to USA. Delivered to USAF Nov 2, 1984. Assigned to 608th MAG, 10th MAS at Zweibrucken AB, West Germany. To 412th Test Wing, Edwards AFB. To AMARC Dec 18, 1997 as CD0001. Registered N118SW to Skyway Enterprises May 14, 1999, cancelled Aug 13, 2012. Fuselage noted at Groveland, FL, last noted Feb 2013. 0513 (MSN SH.3101) registered G-BLLK to Short Brothers Ltd Jul 26, 1984, cancelled Nov 2, 1984 on export to USA. Delivered to USAF Nov 6, 1984, named "Ramstein" with 10th MAS, 608th MAG in Sep 1989. To 412th Test Wing, Edwards AFB. To AMARC Dec 23, 1997 as CD0003. Disposed May 16, 2000 to Western International, Tucson AZ. To civilian registry as N46JH Apr 14, 2000 with Jim Hankins Air Service. Registered to RJR Transport Logistics LLC Oct 11 2007. Operated by Florida Air. Cancelled Jul 28, 2010 on export to Philippines. Registered RP-C1099 Aug 2010 83-0514/0568 Ryan BQM-34A Firebee 83-0807/0808 Lockheed F-117A Nighthawk MSN 807, 808 83-1066/1087 General Dynamics F-16A Block 15Q Fighting Falcon MSN 61-619/640. Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com 1066 to AMARC as FG0248 Oct 13, 1994. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008 1067 (401st TFW, 612nd TFS) crashed near Pastrana, Spain Dec 17, 1987. Pilot ejected safely. 1068 (MSN 61-621) to AMARC as FG0289 Nov 18, 1994. To Portugal AF as FAP 15131 under Peace Atlantis II. Has had midlife update and now designated F-16AM 1069 (MSN 61-622) to AMARC as FG0168 Jun 7, 1994. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008. Was originally planned for Royal Danish AF Jan 1999, but replaced by 80-0626, 1070 (MSN 61-623) delivered to USAF May 31, 1984. To AMARC Aug 29, 1994. To OO-ALC, Hill AFB Utah May 1, 1997 for refurbishment. To Royal Danish AF May 5, 1997 as 831070, code E-070. Upgraded to F-16A Block 20 standard at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16AM. Crashed on Oct 27, 2015 with Eskradille 727 after pilot ejected after being unable to solve an undercarriage problem. 1071 (704th TFS) crashed 250 mi N of Anchorage, AK May 21, 1992. Pilot ejected safely. 1072 to AMARC as FG0255 Oct 17, 1994. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008 1073 to AMARC as FG0260 Oct 21, 1994. To Portual AF as FAP 15132 under Peace Atlantis II 1074 (MSN 61-627) to USAF Jun 21, 1984. To AMARC Sep 12, 1994. To OO-ALC Hill AFB, Utah Mar 17, 1997 for refurbishment. To Royal Danish AF Mar 17, 1997 as 831074, code E-074. Upgraded to F-16A Block 20 standard at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16AM 1075 (MSN 61-628) to USAF Jul 3, 1984. Transferred to Royal Danish AF Jul 8, 1994 as 831075, code E-075. Upgraded to F-16A Block 20 standard at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16AM 1076 (MSN 61-629) to AMARC as FG0172 Jun 21, 1994. To Portugal AF as FAP 15133 under Peace Atlantis II. Noted Jun 2003 as F-16AM after mid-life update. 1077 to AMARC as FG0303 Dec 14, 1994. To Portugal AF as FAP 15134 under Peace Atlantis II 1078 (704th FS) ingested a bird, suffered engine fire and crashed Bergstrom AFB, TX Dec 17, 1992. Pilot ejected safely. 1079 (MSN 61-632) Named “Flak Rat” with 401st Tactical Fighter Wing in August 1987. To AMARC as FG0538 Jan 17, 2007. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008 1080 to AMARC as FG0221 Sep 12, 1994. To Portugal AF as FAP 15135 under Peace Atlantis II 1081 to AMARC as FG0203 Aug 5, 1994. To Portugal AF as FAP 15136 under Peace Atlantis II 1082 (308th TFS) destroyed near Homestead AFB, FL Nov 17, 1989 1083 to AMARC as FG0237 Oct 4, 1994. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008 1084 to AMARC as FG0280 Nov 9, 1994. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008 1085 to AMARC as FG0375 Jul 11, 1996. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008 1086 w/o Feb 27, 1986 1087 (MSN 61-640) to AMARC as FG0505 Jan 21, 2005. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008. Departed AMARC Feb 11, 2015 and to Boeing, Cecil Field, Jacksonville, FL and converted to QF-16A QF-017 83-1088/1106 General Dynamics F-16A Block 15R Fighting Falcon MSN 61-641/659. Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com 1088 to AMARC as FG0201 Jul 29, 1994. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008 1089 (MSN 61-642) (31st TFW, 308th TFS) lost due to a burn-through in the engine and airframe Everglades, FL Jan 15, 1990. Pilot ejected safely. 1090 to AMARC as FG0178 Jul 5, 1994. To Portugal AF as FAP 15150 under Peace Atlantis II for spares recovery. Now a gate guard at Monte Real AB, Portugal. 1091 to AMARC as FG0547 Mar 6, 2007. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008. Departed AMARC Mar 11, 2015 and to Boeing, Cecil Field, Jacksonville, FL and converted to QF-16A QF-018 1092 to AMARC as FG0311 Feb 2, 1995. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008 1093 to AMARC as FG0364 Jun 21, 1996. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008 1094 to AMARC as FG0208 by Aug 12, 1994. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008 1095 to AMARC as FG0528 Dec 28, 2006. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008. Departed AMARC May 11, 2015 and to Boeing, Cecil Field, Jacksonville, FL and converted to QF-16A QF-018 1096 to AMARC as FG0209 Aug 15, 1994. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008 1097 (MSN 61-650) named "City of Valdosta" with 347th TFW in May 1988. To AMARC as FG0363 Jun 21, 1996. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008 1098 to AMARC as FG0361 Jun 18, 1996. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008 1099 to AMARC as FG0529 Dec 28, 2006. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008 1100 to AMARC as FG0374 Jul 3, 1996. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008 1101 to AMARC as FG0218 Sep 6, 1994. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008 1102 (182nd FS) crashed due engine failure near Tilden, TX Feb 19, 1993. Pilot ejected safely. 1103 to AMARC as FG0366 Jun 26, 1996. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008 1104 to AMARC as FG0210 Aug 19, 1994. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008 1105 to AMARC as FG0370 Jun 26, 1996. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008 1106 to AMARC as FG0365 Jun 26, 1996. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008 83-1107/1117 General Dynamics F-16A Block 15S Fighting Falcon MSN 61-660/670. Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com 1107 (MSN 61-660) delivered to USAF Nov 27, 1984. Transferred to Royal Danish AF Jul 8, 1994 as 831107, code E-107. Upgraded to F-16A Block 20 standard at Aalborg AB in the Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16AM. 1108 to AMARC as FG0362 Jun 18, 1996. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008 1109 to AMARC as FG0373 Jul 3, 1996. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008 1110 (MSN 61-663) to AMARC as FG0367 Jun 26, 1996. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008. Departed AMARC Dec 15, 2010 and to Boeing, Cecil Field, Jacksonville, FL and converted to QF-16A QF-004 Delivered to 82nd ATRS. 1111 to AMARC as FG0369 Jul 26, 1996. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008 1112 to AMARC as FG0288 Nov 18, 1994. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008 1113 to AMARC as FG0322 Mar 31, 1995. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008 1114 to AMARC as FG0376 Jul 11, 1996. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008 1115 (13rd TFS) crashed due engine failure into sea off Hashinoe, Japan Mar 22, 1987. Pilot ejected safely. 1116 (308th TFS) the engine ingested a buzzard and crashed near Avon Park range, FL Jan 4, 1989. Pilot ejected safely. 1117 (363rd TFW) crashed on takeoff from Fort Campbell, KT April 27, 1985. Pilot killed. 83-1118/1124 General Dynamics F-16C Block 25 Fighting Falcon MSN 5C-1/7. Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com 1118 to AMARC Jun 2, 2010. 1119 to AMARC Jul 26, 2010. 1120 used as F-16ES testbed. Used during 1996 to test divertless supersonic air intake for X-35 program. 1121 to AMARC Aug 5, 2009. 1122 to AMARC Apr 20, 2009. 1124 converted to GF-16C, non-flyable aircraft used for mechanic training. Seen at Sheppard AFB,TX Mar 10, 2004. 83-1125/1140 General Dynamics F-16C Block 25A Fighting Falcon MSN 5C-8/23. Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com 1125 converted to GF-16C, non-flyable aircraft used for mechanic training. Seen at Sheppard AFB,TX Mar 10, 2004. 1126 in 2012 was on museum display at Hill AFB, Utah in 388th FW markings, on loan from National Museum of USAF, WPAFB. 1127 to instructional airframe at Sheppard AFB, now designated GF-16C. 1128 to AMARC Apr 23, 2010. 1129 to AMARC Aug 18, 2010. 1130 (MSN 5C-13) to AMARC as FG0598 Oct 29, 2008. To Indonesian AF as TS-1625, delivered Jul 25, 2014. 1131 to AMARC Jun 15, 2010. 1132 to AMARC as FG0564 Apr 22, 2008 1133 (177th FW/119th FS) crashed near Warren Grove Weapons Training Range, NJ Jan 10, 2002. Pilot ejected safely. 1134 (61st FS) crashed on Barry M. Goldwater range, AZ Jan 29, 1997. Pilot ejected safely. 1136 (MSN 5C-19) to AMARC as FG0575 Jul 2008 1138 (177th FW, 119th FS) crashed Aug 31, 2000 due to engine failure. Pilot ejected safely. 1139 (58th FW, 314th FS) a tool was left in the engine, this caused engine failure and crashed at Barry M. Goldwater range, AZ Sep 1, 1992. Pilot ejected safely. 1140 to AMARC Sep 14, 2010. 83-1141/1165 General Dynamics F-16C Block 25B Fighting Falcon MSN 5C-24/48. Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com 1141 (MSN 5C-24) to AMARC as FG0578 Oct 27, 2008. 1142 (MSN 5C-25) named "Harmful" in Jun 1991 with 161st TFTS Kansas ANG. To AMARC as FG0557 Aug 6, 2008. 1143 (MSN 5C-26) to instructional airframe at Sheppard AFB, now designated GF-16C 1144 to AMARC Jun 14, 2010. 1145 to AMARC Apr 23, 2010. 1146 to AMARC Mar 17, 2009. 1147 (MSN 5C-30) named "Ghostgrider" withj 363rd TFW in May 1988. To AMARC as FG0574 Jun 12, 2008 1148 to AMARC Sep 25, 2009. 1149 (MSN 5C-32) (33th TFS) crashed in Jordan Jul 25, 1987. 1150 (c;n 5C-33) to AMARC as FG0576 Aug 14, 2008. 1151 (MSN 5C-34, 363rd TFW, 19th TFS) suffered engine fire and crashed in United Arab Emirates Sep 3, 1990. Pilot ejected safely. 1152 to AMARC Jul 19, 2010 1153 to AMARC Jul 6, 2010. 1154 to AMARC Apr 19, 2010. 1155 (MSN 5C-38) named "Texas Heat" with 457th FW, 301st FW Sep 1992. 1156 to AMARC as FG0577 Jul 10, 2008 1157 (MSN 5C-40) to AMARC as FG0580 Jul 24, 2008. 1159 (158th FW/134th FS, Vermont ANG) in landing accident at Burlington IAP, VT Apr 20, 2005. AFM 12/2005. Seen in aggressor camo colors at Dayton airshow Jul 24, 2011. 1161 to AMARC May 27, 2009. 1162 (MSN 5C-45) to AMARC as FG0590 Aug 21, 2008. 1163 with 46t TW at Eglin in 1998 1164 (MSN 5C-47, 56th FW/62nd FS) crashed into field 2 mi SW of Luke AFB, AZ Apr 11, 2006 shortly after takeoff for fighter maneuvering training mission. Pilot ejected safely. Eyewitnesses reported large flames coming from the rear. Cause was engine explosion due to malfunction of rear compresssor variable vane system. AFM 11/2006, AFM 3/2007 1165 (158th FW, "Lethal Lady") logged 7000 flight hours Mar 24, 2008, first USAF F-16C to do so. Reported preserved Nov 2008 at ANG base at Burlington, Vermont. In 2012 was on a pylon at Hill AFB, Utah. 83-1166/1171 General Dynamics F-16B Block 15Q Fighting Falcon MSN 62-116/121. Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com 1166 to AMARC as FG0554 Jun 15, 2007. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008 1167 (MSN 62-117) to AMARC as FG0192 Jul 25, 1994. To Portugal AF as FAP 15138 under Peace Atlantis II. Has had midlife update and now designated F-16BM. Transferred to Romania as 1606 in 2017. 1168 (MSN 62-118) to AMARC as FG0299 Dec 9, 1994. To Portugal AF as FAP 15139 under Peace Atlantis II. Has had midlife update and now designate F-16BM. Transferred to Romanian AF. 1169 w/o Mar 21, 2001 due to multiple birdstrikes. Landed safely at Duke Field and pilot got out OK, but aircraft was w/o due to fire caused by fuel leak. 1170 to AMARC as FG0555 Jun 15, 2007. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008 1171 to AMARC as FG0204 Aug 5, 1994. To Portugal AF as FAP 15140 under Peace Atlantis II. Crashed in the pine forest near Monte Real AB, Portugal Jan 28, 2008. Pilot ejected safely. 83-1172/1173 General Dynamics F-16B Block 15S Fighting Falcon MSN 62-122/123. 1173 (149th FG, 182nd FS) crashed in Texas Jul 1, 1994. Both crew ejected safely. 83-1174/1177 General Dynamics F-16D Block 25 Fighting Falcon MSN 5D-1/4. Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com 1176 to AMARC Sep 29, 2010. 83-1178/1180 General Dynamics F-16D Block 25A Fighting Falcon MSN 5D-5/7. Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com 1178 to AMARC Aug 17, 2010. 1179 (56th FW, 61st FS) suffered electrical problem on approach to Luke AFB, AZ Sept 20, 1999. Pilot Maj. Sharon J. Preszler ejected safely, but plane crashed through fence at end of runway. 83-1181/1185 General Dynamics F-16D Block 25B Fighting Falcon MSN 5D-8/12 83-1186/1188 General Dynamics F-16A Block 15T Fighting Falcon MSN 9P-4/6 Built for export to Venezuela as FAV 9068, 0678, 3260, Peace Delta 1186 (MSN 9P-4) quoted as FAV 8900 83-1189/1191 General Dynamics F-16B Block 15T Fighting Falcon MSN 9Q-4/6 Built for export to Venezuela as FAV 2337, 7635, 9583, Peace Delta 83-1192/1196 General Dynamics F-16A Block 15T Fighting Falcon Built by Fokker for Holland (J-192/196) 1192 (MSN 6D-99, J-192) has had midlife update and now designated F-16AM 1193 (MSN 6D-100, J-193) has had midlife update and now designated F-16AM. Delivered to Royal Jordanian AF as 246 in Dec 2017. 1194 (MSN 6D-101, J-194) and midlife update and redesignated F-16AM. Delivered to Chilean AF Sep 4, 2006 as 722. 1195 (J-195) (311st Sqn) crashed due flight control problems at Geffen, Netherland Feb 10, 1993. Pilot ejected safely. 83-1197/1206 General Dynamics F-16A Block 15U Fighting Falcon Built by Fokker for Holland (J-197/206) 1197 (MSN 6D-104, J-197) has had midlife update and now designated F-16AM 1198 (MSN 6D-105, J-198) has had midlife update and now designated F-16AM W/o Feb 27, 2007 at Leeuwarden, Netherlands 1199 (MSN 6D-106, J-199) has had midlife update and now designated F-16AM 1200 (MSN 6D-107, J-200) (323rd Sqn) crashed into the North Sea 130 mi from Texel Feb 28, 1991. Pilot killed. 1201 (MSN 6D-108, J-201) has had midlife update and now designated F-16AM 1203 (MSN 6D-110, J-203) has had midlife update and now designated F-16AM 1204 (MSN 6D-111, J-204) has had midlife update and now designated F-16AM 1205 (MSN 6D-112, J-205) has had midlife update and now designated F-16AM. Sold to Chilean AF as 729. Arrived in Chile Apr 12, 2007. 1206 (MSN 6D-113, J-206) had midlife update and redesignated F-16AM. (311st Sqn) crashed due to engine failure 35 km N of Vlieland Jun 15, 2001. Pilot ejected safely. 83-1207 General Dynamics F-16A Block 15W Fighting Falcon MSN 6D-114. built by Fokker for Holland (J-207). Has had midlife update and now designated F-16AM 83-1208/1209 General Dynamics F-16B Block 15T Fighting Falcon MSN 6E-27/30. Built by Fokker for Holland (J-208/209). All have had midlife update and now designated F-16BM 1208 (MSN 6E-27) served with Royal Netherlands AF as J-208. Delivered to Royal Jordanian AF as 237u in Nov 2017. 83-1210/1211 General Dynamics F-16B Block 15U Fighting Falcon built by Fokker for Holland (J-210/211) 1211 (J-211) modified to F-16BM. Sold to Chilean AF as 738. Left Holland Jun 3, 2007 for delivery to Chile. 83-1212 Lockheed MC-130H-LM Hercules (Combat Talon II) MSN 382-5004 To Warner Robins AFB late 2006 to have center wing box replaced. To 15SOS/1SOW at Hurlburt 83-1216 Beech C-12A Huron 83-1285 Lockheed C-5B Galaxy 1/86: TOS USAF. 1/6/86: 443rd Military Airlift Wing, Altus AFB, OK. Delivered flown by General Duane Cassidy, Commander in Chief Military Airlift Command. By 8/886th Airlift Squadron, 512th Airlift Wing, Dover AFB, DE. AMP mods completed Oct 2005. 8/09 to 9/10: Converted to C-5M (conversion #4, first production C-5M First flight as C-5M Sep 19, 2010. Returned to service Oct 4, 2010. In 2011 was painted as "Spirit of Old Glory" with C-5M Super Galaxy markings. Part of 436th AS, 512th AW out of Dover AFB, Delaware. 83-1286/1310 Beechcraft MQM-107B Streaker Reusable, turbojet-powered target towing drone 83-4610/4617 Boeing C-22B Ex-commercial 727-100 operated by ANG 4610 (MSN 18811) was formerly B-727-035 N4610 of National Airlines. National merged with Pan American and aircraft named 'Clipper Pathfinder'. Purchased by USAF Aug 21, 1984. As C-22B delivered in May 1986 to Detachment 1 of 21st TFS District of Columbia ANG at Andrews AFB. Sold Jan 11, 2002 to Dodson International Parts, Inc and then to Dodson Aviation Jan 14, 2002. Registered to Dodson Aviation as N4610. Seized by Zimbawean authorities for carrying suspected merceneries and military equipment. Dodson supposedly had sold the plane to a South African company, Logo Ltd. 4612 (MSN 18813) was formerly N4612 of National Airlines. Being scrapped 2008 at Maxton-Laurinburg/Maxton NC airport. 4615 (MSN 18816) was formerly N4615 of National Airlines, which was originally delivered in 1965 and named *Jean*. During merger of Pan Am and National Airlines in early 1980s, the plane was transferred to Pan Am and named *Ring Leader*. 2/10/84 to 11/84: Loaned to Air One, Inc. 12/28/84: Intercredit Corporation. Sold to Boeing Military in Wichita, KS in Jan 15, 1985. Converted to military VIP transport for DC ANG and assigned serial 83-461510/85: TOS USAF. Assigned to Detachment 1, HQ Washington DC ANG, Andrews AFB, MD. 6/20/92 to 2004: 201st Airlift Squadron, Washington DC ANG, Andrews AFB, MD (unit redesignated) 2004: Dodson International Parts, Rantoul, KS with c/r N8030H. 10/05: Air Force Aviation Heritage Foundation, Acworth, GA with c/r N8030H. 10/7/05 to 1/23/18: Air Force Aviation Heritage Foundation, Acworth, GA as N692AF. Projected to preserve the C-22B for display at a museum in Washington, DC, but the organization appears to have gone defunct and the project was cancelled. 3/1/08: Aircraft observed parked at Mena, AR with no side engine pods. 4616 (MSN 18817) was formerly N4616 of National Airlines. Wfu and back to civil registry, agan as N4616. Apparently registered to Grecoair Inc Jan 30, 2004 4611, 4613, 4614, 4617 were cancelled 83-4618 Boeing C-22C Ex-commercial 727-200 MSN 21946, ex 9V-SGH, 9V-WGA, N48054, N8596C for ANG. To AMARC as CU0003 Apr 23, 2001. Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008 - Army serials start here - 83-23787/23834 Hughes/MDHC AH-64A Apache MSN PV012/PV059 23791/92,98,99,807,12,13 converted to GAH-64A 23787 (PV012) converted to AH-64D 96-5007 23788 (PV013) converted to AH-64D 00-5213 (PVD213) 23789 (PV014, D Co/1-14th Avn) w/o Jul 9, 1987. 23790 (PV015) converted to AH-64D 96-5024 23793 (PV018, D Co/1-14 th Avn) crashed due icing at Hammond Range, AL Aug 21, 1987. 1 killed, 1 injured. 23794 converted to AH-64D 97-5032 23795 converted to AH-64D 97-5038 23796 converted to AH-64D 97-5045 23797 converted to AH-64D 96-5006 23798 converted to AH-64D -04-05422 23800 (PV025) converted to AH-64D 96-5010 (PVD010) 23801 converted to AH-64D 97-5039 23802 converted to AH-64D 96-5012 23803 converted to AH-64D 97-5014 23804 (PV029) converted to AH-64D 02-05304 23805 converted to AH-64D 96-5009 23806 (PV031) converted to AH-64D 00-5163 (PVD163) 23807 (PV032) converted to AH-64D 04-05443 23808 crashed in Alabama May 15, 2003 and suffered Class A damage. 23809 converted to AH-64D 97-5036 23810 converted to AH-64D 96-5013 23812 (PV037) converted to AH-64D 00-5227 (PVD227) 23814 converted to AH-64D 96-5008 23815 suffered class B damage with D Company, 1-14th AVN Ft Rucker, AL Sep 20, 2001 23816 converted to AH-64D 97-5031 23817 converted to AH-64D 03-05379 (PVD379) 23818 converted to AH-64D 97-5033 23819 converted to AH-64D 97-5040 23820 converted to AH-64D 02-05290. 23821 converted to AH-64D 96-5005 23822 suffered class B damage with 1-14th Avn at Ft Rucker, AL Feb 25, 1994. Repaired Converted to AH-64D 97-5043 23823 (PV048, D Co/1-14th Avn) w/o Feb 20, 1986. 23824 (PV049, D Co/1-14th Avn) crashed Jan 9, 1992. 1 killed. 23825 (PV050, D Co/1-14th Avn) w/o Jul 14, 1986. 23826 converted to AH-64D 97-5037 23827 converted to AH-64D 98-5066 23828 suffered class B damage Ft Campbell, KY May 16, 1995. Converted to AH-64D 99-5096 23829 converted to AH-64D 01-05283 23830 suffered class B damage with 1-4th Avn Ft Hood, TX Aug 14, 1990. Repaired. Converted to AH-64D 02-05299 23831 converted to AH-64D 97-5046 23832 converted to AH-64D 98-5089 23834 converted to AH-64D 98-5049 83-23837/23932 Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk 23837 (Colorado ANG/2-135th Avn) experienced white-out while approaching to land in snowy, mountainous area near Buckley, CO and crashed Mar 15, 2005. Main rotor struck tree, left main undercarriage started to plow into snow, tail rotor struck tree and gearbox assembly separated. Main rotor struck more trees, then the ground and separated from helo. Four crew members suffered only minor injuries but helicopter suffered Class A (repairable) damage. AFM Apr 2006. 23838 (MSN 70588, A Co/2-2nd Avn) w/o Dec 22, 1986. 23842 C Co 1-171stMedevac, delv'd 'BEST' program Mar 2 2016. For sale by GSA Auctions at Huntsville, AL, Apr 18 2016 23849 (MSN 70674, B Co/2-2nd Avn) w/o Aug 4, 1991 23851 C Coy, 3-238th GSAB OH ARNG, transferred to Science and Engineering Svs Llc, Huntsville, AL, Aug 27 2018. For sale by GSA Auctions at Huntsville, AL, Oct 1 2018 23855 (MSN 70680) 23859 (MSN 70684) offered for sale by GSA at Huntsville, Alabama Feb 4, 2015. Readvertised Feb 23, 2015. To N533BS. 23865 (MSN 70690) for sale by GSA Auctionns at Huntsville, Alabama May 21, 2015. To N160ET with Unical Defense Inc of City of Industry, California on October 16, 2015. Noted derelict at San Bernardino, CA Sep 27, 2017 23866 (MSN 70691, B Co/2-2nd Avn) crashed Jul 6, 1989. 23868 to RECAP 23869 (MSN 70694) for sale by GSA Auctions at Huntsville, AL, Jan 29 2016. Registered as N160BF on June 9, 2016 to Unical Aviation Incorporated, Los Angeles. Noted derelict at San Bernardino, CA Sep 27, 2017 23870 for sale by GSA Auctgions at Huntsville, AL Apr 16, 2015. 23873 (MSN 70698) To civil register as N70K with BHI Productions Llc, Leesburg, Florida on August 3, 2017. 23875 (MSN 70700) 23877 (MSN 70702) for sale by GSA Augctions at Huntsville, AL Oct 6, 2015. Relisted Oct 14, 2015. To N166DF with Unical Aviation Inc of Los Angeles on February 16, 2016. Noted at San Bernardino, CA Sep 27, 2017 23878 for sale by GSA Auctions at Madison County Exec Airport, Meridianville, AL Jul 7, 1946, Reserve not met. Re-advertised Aug 1, 2014. Reserve not met. 23879 (MSN 70704) up for sale in 2014 23881 (MSN 70706) for sale by GSA Auctions at Huntsville, AL, Jan 29 2016. Registered as N160BN on June 9, 2016 to Unical Aviation Incorporated, Los Angeles. Noted at San Bernardino, CA Sep 27, 2017. 23882 to Multinational Force and Observers Air Wing which patrols Israel/Egypt border. 23885 to Multinational Force and Observers Air Wing which patrols Israel/Egypt border. 23885 MSN 70710 23886 (MSN 70711) and 23857 collided in midair near Pyongtaek, South Korea 12/22/1986. 23886 survived accident, since it was seen at Seoul Oct 2001 23887 (MSN 70712) for sale by GSA Auctions at Huntsville, Alabama May 21, 2015. 23896 (MSN 70721, 101st Avn) w/o Mar 18, 1995. 23897 to RECAP at Corpus Christi Army Depot Jul 2007 for rebuild. 23914 (MSN 70739) assigned to A Company, 12th Aviation Regiment 23917 (MSN 70742) To N160NT with Unical Defense Incorporated, City of Industry, Los Angeles, California on July 17, 2018. 23921 (MSN 70746) Assigned to A Company, 1st Battalion, 171st Aviation Regiment Assigned to B Company, 1st Battalion, 131st Aviation Regiment 23917 for sale by GSA Auctions at Huntsville, Alabama Dec 17, 2014 23926 (C Company 2-2nd AVN) w/o Feb 4, 1999 23930 with Washington National Guard in 2018 23949 with Indiana NG in 2007 83-24065/24076 Bell AH-1S Cobra These might be 82-24065/24076 83-24102/24109 Boeing CH-47D Chinook Boeing Helicopter Company Model 414-100. Remanufactured from earlier CH-47A,B,C airframes 24102 (M3032) was rebuilt CH-47B 66-19137. Accepted by the US Army 23Feb84 Assigned to B Company, 159th Aviation Regiment, Hunter AAF, Savannah, GA Rebuilt as MH-47G 04-03739 24103 (M.3033) was rebuilt CH-47C 69-17126. Accepted by the US Army 9Mar84 Assigned to US Army National Guard – New York; 137th Aviation Regiment Rebuilt as CH-47F 06-08032 24104 (M.3034) was rebuilt CH-47A 64-13115. Accepted by US Army Jan 30, 1984. Initially scheduled for assignment to Fort Campbell, Kentucky. Rebuilt as CH-47F 05-08013. In Jan 2007 the remaining forward fuselage was flown by USAF from USA to Osnabruck, and hence to RAF Mildenhall in a C-17, along with another CH-47 forward fuselage now in use at RAF Odiham as an escape trainer. Arrived by road Jan 12, 2007 at RAFM Hendon from Mildenhall Mar 6, 2007 Moved into Historic Hangars. Acquired as bare, unpainted shell, for fitting out later, and incorporation into Boeing sponsored helicopter exhibition, to serve as a walk-through exhibition. July 18, 2007 exhibition opened. Painted as RAF Chinook ZA718. ZA718 had a distinguished career within the Royal Air Force serving in every conflict of the last 30 years and has seen four of its pilots awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross for actions whilst at the controls of the aircraft 24105 (M3035) was rebuilt CH-47B 67-18483. Accepted by the US Army 13Apr84 Redesignated GCH-47D as a GIA. Rebuilt as CH-47F 06-08022 24106 (M3036) was rebuilt CH-47C 69-17102. Accepted by the US Army 26Apr84 Redesignated GCH-47D as a GIA. Rebuilt as MH-47G 03-03732 24107 (M3037) was rebuilt CH-47A 63-7922. Accepted by the US Army 15May84. Assigned to Fort Campbell, KY Rebuilt as YCH-47F prototype Improved Cargo Helicopter and reserialed 98-00011. Made first flight May 26, 2001 24108 (M3038) was rebuilt CH-47B 67-18464. Accepted by the US Army 22May84. Assigned to Fort Eustis, VA Redesignated GCH-47D as a GIA. Noted stored at Knox AHP, Fort Rucker, AL Aug 20, 2003. Converted to MH-47G 05-03755 24109 (M3039) was ex CH-47C 70-15034. Accepted by the US Army 14Jun84 Rebuilt as CH-47F 08-08058 83-24110 Boeing MH-47D Chinook 24110 (M.3040) was ex CH-47A 64-13111. Accepted by the US Army 13Jul84 Converted to MH-47D. (160th SOAR) flew into the ground in Panama Jun 12, 1990. Crew survived. 83-24111/24117 Boeing CH-47D Chinook Boeing Helicopter Company Model 414-100. Remanufactured from earlier CH-47A,B,C airframes 24111 (M.3041) was ex CH-47A 63-7923. Rebuilt as CH-47D 07-08033 Accepted by the US Army 13Jul84. Assigned to Fort Campbell, KY 24112 (M3042) was ex CH-47B 67-18460. Accepted by the US Army 2Aug84 Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment Assigned to 1st Battalion, 223rd Aviation Regiment, Fort Rucker, AL Code 74A Redesignated GCH-47D as a GIA. Converted to MH-47G 05-03754 24113 (M3043) was ex CH-47C 68-15813. Accepted by the US Army 2Aug84 Rebuilt as CH-47F 07-08037 24114 (M3044) was ex CH-47A 64-13112. Accepted by the US Army 10Sep84. Assigned to Fort Campbell, KY Damaged and stored at Felker AAF, VA Assigned to Fort Eustis, VA as a GIA Redesignated GCH-47D as a GIA Rebuilt as CH-47F 07-08040 24115 (M3045) was rebuilt CH-47B 67-18456. Accepted by the US Army 29Sep84. Assigned to Fort Lewis, WA Assigned to 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY Rebuilt as YCH-47F prototype Improved Cargo Helicopter and reserialed 98-00012. 24116 (M3046) was rebuilt CH-47C 68-15996. Accepted by the US Army 10Apr84 Rebuilt as MH-47G 03-03733 24117 (M3047) was rebuilt CH-47A 64-13118. Accepted by the US Army 11Oct84. Assigned to Fort Eustis, VA Redesignated GCH-47D as a GIA. Converted to MH-47G 05-03759 83-24118 Boeing MH-47D Chinook 24118 (M.3048) was rebuilt CH-47C 70-15010. Named "Un Mal Hombre" with 1670th SOAR in Sep 1991. Rebuilt as CH-47F 05-08010 83-24119/24125 Boeing CH-47D Chinook The Boeing Helicopter Company Model 414-100. Remanufactured from earlier CH-47A,B,C airframes 24119 (M3049) was rebuilt CH-47C 68-16014. Accepted by the US Army 14Nov84 Assigned to US Army National Guard – Oregon; 1st Battalion, 168th Aviation Regiment, Camp Pendleton, OR Rebuilt as CH-47F 06-08020. 24120 (M3050) was rebuilt CH-47A 64-13122. Accepted by the US Army 9Nov84. Assigned to Fort Rucker, AL Rebuilt as CH-47F 07-08036 24121 (M3051) was rebuilt CH-47C 67-18541. Accepted by the US Army 20Nov84 Assigned to B Company, 3rd Battalion, 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas; F Company, 158th Aviation Regiment, Olathe, KS Rebuilt as Engineering and Manufacturing Development prototype YCH-47F and reserialed 03-08003 24122 (M3052) was rebuilt CH-47C 68-16001. Accepted by the US Army 30Nov84 Rebuilt as CH-47F 08-08042. 24123 (M3053) was rebuilt CH-47A 64-13127. Accepted by the US Army 7Dec84. Assigned to Fort Campbell, KY Assigned to B Company, 3rd Battalion, 10th Aviation Regiment, Fort Drum, NY Assigned to B Company, 3rd Battalion, 82nd Aviation Regiment With B Coy/3-82nd AV aft pylon torn away in taxiing collision with CH-47 84-24182 Bagram AB, Afghanistan Aug 10, 2007. 24124 (M3054) was rebuilt CH-47C 69-17109. Accepted by the US Army 14Dec84 Assigned to A Company, 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY Held in reserve storage at Fort Eustis, VA 24125 (M3055) was rebuilt 64-13108. Accepted by the US Army 18Dec84 Assigned to US Army National Guard – Iowa Rebuilt as CH-47F 06-08027 83-24126 Aero Commander 680W MSN 680W-1772-10 Once reported to be ex-civilian aircraft confiscated from drug runners, but actually had been owned by government entities since new. Sold to US Department of the Interior in 1968 as N615, then N611, then N611MF. Sold to US Army Apr 5, 1983 and allocated serial 83-24126. Sold in Nov 1992 to NASA as N514NA. To University of District of Columbia, Washington, DC and became maintenance training airframe. 83-24127 Aero Commander 680 MSN 680FLP-1696-36 Once reported to be ex-civilian aircraft confiscated from drug runners, but actually had been owned by government entities since new. Sold in Sept 1967 to US Department of the Interior as N4923E. Converted to Turbo 800 in Oct 1974. Sold to TVA in April 1978. To US Army as 83-24127 in March of 1983. sold as N4923E again in Aug 1986 to US Department of Justice. Sold to Kern County Fire Department, Bakersfield, CA in Dec 1988, reregistered as N911KC. 83-24128 Beech Model 65 Queen Air ex-civilian aircraft confiscated from drug runners. This plane may actually be a Baron 83-24129/24144 Bell OH-58D Kiowa Remanufactured from OH-58A 24129 was 69-16169. (C Co, 1-14th Avn) crashed in Alabama Aug 21, 1990. 2 killed. 24130 was 69-16317. Crashed Mar 21, 1992. 24131 was 69-16103 24132 was 68-16868 24133 was 68-16861 24134 was 68-16922 24135 was 70-15051 24136 was 70-15051 24136 was 69-16348 24137 was 68-16717 24138 was 70-15102 24139 was 70-15103. Converted to OH-58D(R) 93-0990. 24140 was 69-16340 24141 was 70-15232 24142 was 68-16980 24143 was 70-15111 24144 was 69-16318 83-24145/24150 Beech C-12D Huron MSN BP-034/039 24147 (C-12D-1) in accident at Clarksburg/Harrison-Marion RAP, WVA Jan 27, 2005. (AFM Apr 2006) 24148 (MSN BP-037) To N199NY with New York State Police at Albany on September 24, 2010. On July 29, 2016 to N199VT with Burlngton Technical Center, Burlington, Vermont. 83-24151 Cessna 310 ex-civilian aircraft confiscated from drug runners 83-24188 Beech Model 65 Queen Air ex-civilian aircraft (MSN LC-70) with sequence of registrations N936B, N5555L, N5595L seized by US government. Returned to civil registry in 1995 as N61669, then N188. 83-24189/24199 Bell AH-1S Cobra MSN 22337/22347 Listed as FMS, 4 for Israel, 7 for Greece. Not sure if these were delivered, since they show up as being in the inventory of US Army. 24190 (MSN 22338) taken from storage at Fort Drum, NY and moved go DynCorp, Puerto Rico for assessment and possible transfer to Pakistan Army. Refurbished for supply to Pakistan Army. 24191 (AH-1F) noted in storage at Fort Drum, NY. May 21, 2001 24192 w/o May 18, 1986. 24193 (MSN 22341) noted May 16, 2001 withrawn from use with 1-150th AVN. To town of Hamilton, New Jersey 24194 (MSN 22342) noted May 16, 2001 in use with 1-150th AVN. Registered N107Z Apr 30, 2004 24193 and 24194 in storage at Mercer County APT, NJ. 24195/24199 (MSN 22343/22347) all noted May 18, 2001 as withdrawn from use with 1-158th CAV. 24195/24196 taken from storage at Fort Drum, NY and moved to DynCorp, Puerto Rico for assessment and possible transfer to Pakistan Army. Refurbished for supply to Pakistan Army. 24195 seen Nov 2013 in storage at Blackwell Field, Ozark, Alabama 24197 (MSN 22345) registered N197LE May 12, 2006. Seen at Army Aviation Heritage Foundation, Tara Field, GA Jan 2008. Experienced flight control malfunction while maneuvering and impacted ground at Coolidge MAP, Arizona and sustained substantial damage Mar 1, 2012. To Army Aviation Heritage Foundation, Hampton, Georgia 24198/24199 taken from storage at Fort Drum, NY and moved to DynCorp, Puerto Rico for assessment and possible transfer to Pakistan Army. Refurbished for supply to Pakistan Army. 83-24313/24318 Beech RC-12D Huron MSN GR-14/19. All converted to RC-12H and used for military intelligence in Korea. Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com 24313 Assigned to B Company, 3rd Military Intelligence Battalion. To AMARC Aug 28, 2014. Sold as scrap Jun15 24314 (MSN GR-15) noted on display Jun 2018 at Tobyhanna Army Depot, Pennsylvania 24315 Assigned to B Company, 3rd Military Intelligence Battalion To AMARC Aug 26, 2014. Sold as scrap Jun15 24318 Assigned to B Company, 3rd Military Intelligence Battalion To AMARC 28Aug14. Sold as scrap Jun15 83-24370 Beech QA-65 Beech Model 65 Queen Air impounded from drug runners.