1984 USAF Serial Numbers


Last revised May 29, 2017


84-0001/0015		McDonnell Douglas F-15C-37-MC Eagle
				Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0001 MSN 0908/C304
				0002 MSN 0910/C305
				0003 MSN 0911/C306
				0004 MSN 0912/C307
				0005 MSN 0913/C308
				0006 MSN 0915/C309.  To AMARC Aug 26, 2010.
				0007 MSN 0916/C310 named "Bay County" with 325th FW Sep 1997.  With 142nd FW Oregon ANG right main tire exploded
					in wheel bay May 14, 2013, causing major damage.  Repaired and returned to service Oct 23, 2014
				0008 MSN 0917/C311.  (1st FW) was displayed at FIDAE International Air and
					Trade Show at Santiago, Chile.  When departing Apr 4, 2006
					to return to Langley AFB, VA, aircraft suffered undercarriage
					malfunction, returned to airport and landed safely but after
					coming to a stop, port undercarriage collapsed.  Damage
					appears to be minimal
				0009 MSN 0918/C312
				0010 MSN 0919/C313.  (36th FW, 53rd FS) flown by Capt Thomas N. Dietz
					shot down IrAF Su-22M with AIM-9M March 22, 1991.
				0011 MSN 0920/C314.  (53rd Wing, 85th T&ES) collided in midair Jan 28,
					1999 with 82-0020 over Eglin AFB over-water range, Gulf of Mexico.  Both pilots ejected
					safely.
				0012 MSN 0921/C315.  To AMARC Sep 24, 2010.
				0013 MSN 0922/C316
				0014 (36th FW, 53rd FS) flown by Capt John T. Doneski
					shot down IrAF Su-22M Mar 20, 1991 with AIM-9M, Desert Storm.
					0014 (493rd Expeditionary Fighter Squadron) flown by Joe
					McMurry shot down IrAF MiG-29 Mar 26, 1999.  Later with 194th FS, 144th FW California ANG, Fresno
				0015 MSN 0925/C318.  (36th FW, 53rd FS) flown by Lt. Robert W. Hehemann
					destroyed IrAF PC-9 by ACM Mar 22, 1991, Desert Storm.  With 493FS/48FW Lakenheath
84-0016/0031		McDonnell Douglas F-15C-38-MC Eagle
				0016 MSN 0926/C319 with 131 FS, 104th FW Massachusetts ANG at Barnes ANGB
				0017 MSN 0927/C320
				0018 MSN 0928/C321 with 131FS/104FW at Barnes Mass ANG
				0019 MSN 0929/C322.  (36th FW, 53rd FS) flown by Lt. Rob Heheman
					shot down two IrAF Su-25s Feb 6, 1991, Desert Storm.
				0020 MSN 0930/C323
				0021 MSN 0931/C324
				0022 MSN 0932/C325
				0023 MSN 0934/C326.  Shot down two IrAF Su-25s Feb 6, 1991 with AIM-9Ms, Desert Storm
				0024 MSN 0935/C327
				0025 MSN 0936/C328.  (36th FW, 53rd FS) flown by Capt Jay T. Denney
					shot down two IrAF MiG-23s Jan 27, 1991, Desert Storm.
				0026 MSN 0937/C329
				0027 MSN 0938/C330.  (36th FW, 53rd FS) flown by Capt. Benjamin Powel
					shot down IrAF Mirage F.1EQ and IrAF MiG-23 Jan 27, 1991, Desert Storm.  Now with
					493rd FS, 48th FW at RAF Lakenheath, UK
				0028 MSN 0939/C331.  With 131FS/104FW MANG
				0029 MSN 0940/C332.  (422nd TES, 57th FW) crashed 60 mi N of Las Vegas, NV Nov 6, 1989
				0030 MSN 0941/C333.
				0031 MSN 0943/C334.  With 123rd FS, 142nd FW of Oregon ANG.
84-0032/0041		McDonnell Douglas F-15C-38-MC Eagle
				Cancelled contract
84-0042/0044		McDonnell Douglas F-15D-37-MC Eagle
				0042 MSN 0909/D050.  (3246th TW) crashed into Gulf of Mexico Dec 16, 1985
				0043 MSN 0915/D051
				0044 MSN 0924/D052
84-0045/0046		McDonnell Douglas F-15D-38-MC Eagle
				0045 MSN 0933/D053
				0046 MSN 0942/D054
84-0047/0048		McDonnell Douglas F-15D-38-MC Eagle 
				Cancelled contract 
84-0047/0048		de Havilland of Canada E-9A Widget
				F-15D cancelled contract serials reallocated to a pair of commercial DHC-8s modified as aerial
					platforms for support of drone and missile testing.  Carried civilian
					registrations N801AP and N802AP until 1992 when given these two FY 84 serial numbers.
				0047 (MSN 037) registered N801AP as a DHC-8-101 with c/n 037 to 475 WEGCC, Tyndall AFB, FL, Jul 24, 1989; 
					cancelled Jun 11, 1996.  Assigned to 82nd Aerial Targets Squadron, Tyndall AFB, FL
 					With 53rd WEG, 82nd ATRS, port and nose undercarriage
				     legs collapsed during emergency landing at Tallahassee RAP, FL 
					May 1, 2008 during practice approaches.  Both crew uninjured.
					Accident occurred because undercarriage was not lowered for
					intended touch-and-go landing.
				0048 (MSN 045) registered N802AP as a DHC-8-101 with c/n 045 to United States Air Force, Tyndall AFB, 
					FL, Aug 15, 1989; cancelled Jun 11, 1996. Assigned to 82nd Aerial Targets Squadron, Tyndall AFB, FL
84-0049/0058		Rockwell B-1B Lancer Lot III
				Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0049 in display at Edwards AFB, California
				0050 (MSN 10) named "Surprise Attack' with 96th Wning in Sep 1991.
					to AMARC as BT0012 Nov 1, 2002.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0051 (MSN 11) named "Lucky Lady" with 96th BW in Apr 1989.  Named "Boss Hawg" with 7th Wing
					in Oct 1993.  (7th BW) retired to USAF Museum, Dayton OH Sept 2002, replacing the B-1A that was formerly
					on display there.
				0052 (96th BW, 338th CCTS) collided with bird over La Junta, Colorado Sep 28, 1987 
					and caught fire.  Crew of four plus 2 instructors aboard.  3 crewmembers 
					ejected safely, one killed when seat failed.  The two instructors did not have 
					ejector seats and could not bail out and were killed.
				0053 (MSN 13) named "Lucky 13" with 96th Wing in Sep 1991.
					To AMARC as BT0013 Jan 6, 2003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0054 (MSN 14) named "Tasmanian Devil" with 96th BW in May 1991.  
					To AMARC as BT0011 Sep 18, 2002.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0055 (MSN 15) named "Sunset Surprise" with 96th BW in May 1991.  Named 'Lethal Weapon' to AMARC 
					as BT0006 Sep 3, 2002.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
					Was named "Ridge Runner" with 96th BW in May 1989.
				0056 (MSN 16) to AMARC as BT0001 Aug 20, 2002.  Still at AMARC
					Jan 15, 2008.  Was named "Sweet Sixteen" with 96th BW in Apr 1989.
				0057 (MSN 17) crashed Feb 18, 1998 near Marion, KY due to engine failure.  Crew ejected safely.
				0058 (MSN 18) named "Master of Disaster" with 96th BW in 1989 and "Eternal Guardian" wit 9th BS, 7th BW in
					2001.  To AMARC as BT0004 Aug 26, 2002.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
84-0059/0062		Lockheed C-5B Galaxy
				0059 (MSN 500-83) underwent AMP modification at Dover AFB Sep 2005.  Crashed 
					on takeoff (436th AW) at Dover AFB Apr 3, 2006 on flight from
					Kuwait.  About 10 min after takeoff, crew reported an emergency (the no. 2
					engine had shut down due to a thrust reverser not locked tight)
					and attempted to return to Dover.  On final approach, the plane
					struck the ground tail-first.  The tail separated and the plane
					crash landed further on.  The nose section separated during
					impact.  All 17 aboard survived, but at least 10 of them suffered injuries.
					Cause is believed to be uncommanded unlocking of thrust reverser
					on No. 2 engine, although crew was able to shut engine down before
					thrust reverser actually deployed, aircraft was flying too
					slowly and selection of 40-degree flap led to uncommanded sink
					and contact with the ground. After No. 2 engine was shut down following a thrust reverser not
					locked indication light, crew continued to manipulate its
					throttle while leaving the fully-functional no 3 engine in
					idle, on final approach this and improper flap setting caused a
					stall.  Cause blamed on aircrew error.  
					Carcass and tail section remained at crash site until Oct 2006.  Remains have all been removed
					from crash site.  The flight deck is to be used as a simulator to test software.
				0060 converted to C-5M (31st conversion), delivered Oct 23, 2015.
				0061 Returned to service 
				0061 underwent AMP modifications at Dover AFB Apr 2005.  Now C-5M (conversion #8).  Returned to
					service Jul 28, 2012.
				0062 undergoing AMP modifications at Travis AFB Sep 2005, projected to transfer
					to Dover AFB Apr 2006.  Converted to C-5M (29th conversion).  Returned to service Jul 28, 2015
					at Travis AFB.
84-0063/0142		Gates Learjet C-21A
				Commercial Model 35A purchased by USAF.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0063 (MSN 35A-509) to US Army.  Registered N7263C 19Jul 19, 1984 to Security Pacific Equipment Leasing San Francisco 
					CA. Sale reported Feb 15, 1994 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; cancelled 26Mar 26, 2013 
					Registered N35AL Oct 21, 1999, re-registered Mar 28, 2000.  Registered N862RD Mar 18, 2000, re-registered Jul 20, 2000
					Registered N135PT Jul 20, 2000.  On August 4, 2003 the aircraft was destroyed when it 
					impacted a residential home and terrain while maneuvering to land at the Groton/New London Airport (GON), 
					Groton, Connecticut.   Two killed.  Registration cancelled Nov 17, 2005
				0064 (MSN 35A-510) registered N7263D Jul 19, 1984 to Security Pacific Equipment Leasing San Francisco CA. Sale 
					reported Feb 15, 1994 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH;with 119th Wing of North Dakota ANG.  N7263D cancelled 
					Jul 12, 2005.  To USAF Museum at Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio Aug 28, 2013.
				0065 (MSN 35A-511) registered N7263E Jul 19, 1984 to Security Pacific Equipment Leasing San Francisco CA. 
					Sale reported Feb 15, 1994 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration cancelled Jul 12, 2005. 
					Assigned to 458th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Scott AFB, IL
				0066 (MSN 35A-512, NC-21A) registered N7263F Jul 19, 1984 to Security Pacific Equipment Leasing San Francisco CA. 
					Sale reported Feb 15, 1994 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; cancelled Jul 12, 2005.
					Assigned to 458th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Scott AFB, IL
					Assigned to Air Force Flight Standards Agency.
					With 375th AW/AFFSA struck ground short of end of runway at Decatur AP,
					IL Oct 2, 2006 while practicing touch-and-go landings.  Aircraft slid to halt and
					caught fire.  Both crew exited safely.
				0067 (MSN 35A-513) Registered N7263H Jul 19, 1984 to Security Pacific Equipment Leasing San Francisco CA. 
					Sale reported Feb 15, 1994 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; cancelled Jun 27, 2013.
					Transferred to US Army Aviation & Missile Command.  Returned to USAF. Assigned to 458th Airlift Squadron, 
					375th Airlift Wing, Scott AFB, IL.  Registered N35AQ Oct 21, 1999. Re-registered Mar 24, 2000
					Registered N117PK Mar 24, 2000. Cancelled Dec 17, 2009 on export to Colombia.  Registered HK-4662
				0068 (MSN 35A-514) registered N7263K Jul 19, 1984 to Security Pacific Equipment Leasing San Francisco CA. 
					Sale reported Mar 14, 1988 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; cancelled Jul 12, 2005
					Last assignment to 76th Airlift Squadron, 86th Airlift Wing, Ramsten AFB, Germany.  To AMARC Jan 26, 2007 as CJ0020
				0069 (MSN 35A-515) registered N7263L Jul 19, 1984 to Security Pacific Equipment Leasing San Francisco CA. 
					Sale reported Feb 15, 1994 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration cancelled Jul 12, 2005
					Last assignment to 45th Airlift Squadron, 314th Airlift Wing, Keesler AFB, Biloxi, Mississippi
					To the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, FL as GIA for use with the Aviation Maintenance 
					Science program.
				0070 (MSN 35A-516) registered N7263N 19Jul84 to Security Pacific Equipment Leasing San Francisco CA. 
					Sale reported Feb 14, 1994 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; Certificate revoked by enforcement action, 
					cancelled Jul 12, 2005.  Last assignment to 45th Airlift Squadron, 314th Airlift Wing, Keesler AFB, Biloxi, MS
					To National Museum of the United States Air Force Loan Program, Wright Field, Dayton, OH.  To static display at 
					Keesler AFB, Mississippi Jul 15, 2011.
				0071 (MSN 35A-517) registered N7263R 19Jul84 to Security Pacific Equipment Leasing San Francisco CA. 
					Sale reported Feb 14, 1994 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; Certificate revoked by enforcement action, 
					cancelled Jul 12, 2005. Last assignment to 45th Airlift Squadron, 314th Airlift Wing, Keesler AFB, Biloxi, MS
				0072 (MSN 35A-518) Registered N7263X Jul 19, 1984 to Security Pacific Equipment Leasing San Francisco CA. 
					Sale reported Feb 14, 1994 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; Registration cancelled Jul 12, 2005.
					Last assignment to 45th Airlift Squadron, 314th Airlift Wing, Keesler AFB, Biloxi, MS
				0073 (MSN 35A-519) registered N400AD. Sale reported 20Nov86 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Jul 12, 2005.  Last assignment to 457th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Andrews AFB, MD
					To AMARC Jan 16, 2007 as CJ0011.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0074 (MSN 35A-520) registered N400AK. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; 
					Registration cancelled Jul 12, 2005. Last assignment to 457th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Andrews AFB, MD
					To AMARC Jan 8, 2007 as CJ0005.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0075 (MSN 35A-521) registered N400AN. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; 
					registration cancelled Jul 12, 2005.  Assigned to 457th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Andrews AFB, MD
					For sale by GSA auction Jan 2014
				0076 (MSN 35A-522) registered N400AN. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; 
					registration cancelled Jul 12, 2005.  Last assignment to 457th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Andrews AFB, MD
					Registered N506HL with MSN 84-0076 with Classic Rotors Museum, Ramona, California Jan 16, 2014.
				0077 (MSN 351-523) registered N400AQ. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; 
					Registration cancelled Jul 12, 2005.  Assigned to 457th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Andrews AFB, 
					MD.  For sale by GSA Auctions at Rose Aircraft Inc, Mena, AR, Jan 28 2016
				0078 (MSN 35A-524) registered N400AS. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; 
					registration cancelled Jul 12, 2005.  Assigned to 457th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Andrews AFB, MD
					To AMARC Jan 8, 2007 as CJ0006.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0079 (MSN 35A-525) registered N400AT. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; 
					registration cancelled Jul 12, 2005.  Assigned to 457th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Andrews AFB, MD
					Later with Michigan ANG at Battle Creek
				0080 (MSN 35A-526) registered N400AU. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; 
					registration cancelled Jul 12, 2005.  Last assignment to 457th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Andrews AFB, MD
					To AMARC Jan 10, 2007 as CJ0007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0081 (MSN 35A-527) registered N400AX. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; 
					registration cancelled Jul 12, 2005.  Last assignment to 76th Airlift Squadron, 86th Airlift Wing, Ramstein AFB, Germany
					For sale by GSA Auctions at Rose Aircraft Inc, Mena, AR, Nov 7, 2014.  Registered N527Z Jan 23, 2015. Current
				0082 (MSN 35A-528) registered N400AY. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; 
					registration cancelled Jul 12, 2005.  Last assignment to 76th Airlift Squadron, 86th Airlift Wing, Ramstein AFB, Germany
					In storage with Spectra Jet at Springfield Airport, Ohio in June 2014.  For sale by GSA Auctions at M1 Support 
					Services, Springfield, OH, Nov 7 2014.  Registered N528L Jan 26, 2015, current.     
				0083 (MSN 351-529) Registered N400AZ. Sale reported Nov 19, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; 
					registratin cancelled Dec 9, 1992.
					Assigned to 76th Airlift Squadron, 86th Airlift Wing, Ramstein AFB, Germany
				0084 (MSN 35A-530) registered N400BA. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; 
					registration cancelled Jul 12, 2005.  Assigned to 76th Airlift Squadron, 86th Airlift Wing, Ramstein AFB, Germany
					Registered N352PJ Apr 26, 2012; current
				0085 (MSN 35A-531) registered N400FY. Sale reported Nov 19, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Dec 9, 1992.  Assigned to 76th Airlift Squadron, 86th Airlift Wing, Ramstein AFB, Germany
					Left Ramstein AB Feb 6, 2015 for USA.  Still with 76th AS Apr 2015.
				0086 (MSN 35A-532) registered N400BN. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Jul 12, 2005.  Last assignment to 76th Airlift Squadron, 86th Airlift Wing, Ramstein AFB, Germany
					To AMARC Jan 18, 2007 as CJ0013.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0087 (MSN 35A-533) registered N400BQ. Sale reported Dec 17, 1991 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; Certificate 
					revoked by enforcement action, cancelled Jul 12, 2005.  Assigned to 76th Airlift Squadron, 86th Airlift Wing, 
					Ramstein AFB, Germany
				0088 (MSN 35A-534) registered N400BU. Sale reported Dec 17, 1991 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Jul 12, 2005.  Last assignment to 311th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Peterson AFB, CO
					To AMARC Jan 22, 2007 as CJ0015.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0089 (MSN 35A-535) registered N400BY Jan 5, 1987. Sale reported Jul 10, 1997 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; 
					registration cancelled Jul 12, 2005.  Last assignment to 457th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Andrews AFB, MD
					To AMARC Jan 10, 2007 as CJ0008.  N61905 was reserved, but was not be taken up.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0090 (MSN 35A-536) registered N400BZ. Sale reported Dec 17, 1991 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Jul 12, 2005.  Later with North Dakota ANG.  In June 2013 went to Peterson AFB, Colorado.  Was to be
					assigned to 458th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Scott AFB, Illinois but 
					corrosion was found during inspection and aircraft was diverted to GSA.
					For sale by GSA Auctions at Sabreliner Corp, Perryville, MO, Nov 7, 2014 
				0091 (MSN 35A-537) registered N400CD. Sale reported Jun 23, 1987 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Jul 12, 2005.  Last assignment to 458th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Scott AFB, IL
					Registered N506LG with MSN 84-0091 to Classic Rotors Museum, Ramona, California Feb 3, 2014.
				0092 (MSN 35A-538) registered N400CG. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Jul 12, 2005.  Assigned to 458th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Scott AFB, IL
					To AMARC Sep 27, 2011.
				0093 (MSN 35A-539) registered N400CJ. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Jul 12, 2005.  Last assignment to 458th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Scott AFB, IL
					For sale by GSA Auctions at Sabreliner Corp, Perryville, MO, Jan 2, 2014 
				0094 (MSN 35A-540) registered N400CK. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Jul 12, 2005.  Assigned to 457th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Andrews AFB, MD.  With 375th AMW, 
				`	landed 2/3 up the runway and ran off end of runway at Ali AB, Iraq Nov 2, 2009.
					No injuries.  $1.8 million damage.  Destroyed in training exercise rather than repaired.
				0095 (MSN 35A-541) registered N400CQ. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Jul 12, 2005.  Assigned to 457th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Andrews AFB, MD.  
					Wfu Jul 29 2014 (17,280 landings, TT 16,494.3hrs), for sale by GSA Auctions at Rose Aircraft Inc, Mena, AR, Jan 28, 2016
				0096 (MSN 35A-542) registered N400CR. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					Cancelled Jul 13, 2005.  Assigned to 457th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Andrews AFB, MD.
				0097 (MSN 35A-543) registered N400CU. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration 
					cancelled Jul 13, 2005.  Crashed at Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota Feb 2, 2002 while carrying out circuits.
					Both crew killed.
				0098 (MSN 35A-544) registered N400CV. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registratin
					cancelled Jul 13, 2005.  Last assignment to 457th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Andrews AFB, MD
					Registered N865SP to Kentucky State Police Aug 14, 2014.  Noted WFU at Frankfort, Kentucky Feb 10, 2015.
				0099 (MSN 35A-545) registered N400CX. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Jul 13, 2005.  Assigned to 457th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Andrews AFB, MD
				0100 (MSN 35A-546) registered N400CY. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Jul 13, 2005.  Assigned to 457th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Andrews AFB, MD.
					For sale by GSA Auctions at Sabreliner Corp, Perryville, MO, Jan 2, 2014 
					Given to Eastern Florida State College for use as a mechanics trainer.  Registered with Eastern Florida 
					State College, Cocoa, FL Jun 19, 2014, current.
				0101 (MSN 35A-547) registered N400CZ. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Jul 13, 2005.  Last assignment to 459th Airlift Squadron, 374th Airlift Wing, Yokota AFB, Japan
					Registered as N400CZ Feb 26, 2014 to Dodson International Parts, Inc.
				0102 (MSN 35A-548) registered N400DD. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Jul 13, 2005.  Last assignment to 459th Airlift Squadron, 374th Airlift Wing, Yokota AFB, Japan.
					For sale by GSA Auctions at Sabreliner Corp, Perryville, MO, Jan 2, 2014.  Registered as N400FQ 
					Mar 12, 2014 to Dodson International Parts, Inc.  N400FQ was previously issued to MSN 35A-584 Feb 21, 2014 – 
					presumably with wrong MSN.
				0103 (MSN 35A-549) registered N400DJ. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Jul 13, 2005.  Assigned to 458th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Scott AFB, IL.  Named
					"Continential Divide" with 744th AFL Oct 1993.
				0104 (MSN 35A-550) registered N400DL. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Jul 13, 2005.  Last assignment to 458th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Scott AFB, IL
					To AMARC Jan 26, 2007 as CJ0012.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0105 (MSN 35A-551) registered N400DN. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Jul 13, 2005.  Last assignment to 311th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Peterson AFB, CO.
					To AMARC Jan 8, 2007 as CJ0004.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0106 (MSN 35A-552) registered N400DQ. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Jul 13, 2005.  Assigned to 45th Airlift Squadron, 314th Airlift Wing, Keesler AFB, Biloxi, MS
					To A & P school where it will be dissected by students.
				0107 (MSN 35A-553) Registered N400DR. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; 
					named "Pride of the Rockie"  with 744th ALF in Aug 1994.  Registration N400DR
					cancelled Jul 13, 2005.  Last assignment to 458th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Scott AFB, IL
					To AMARC Sep 28, 2011
				0108 (MSN 35A-554) registered N400DU. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Jul 13, 2005.  Last assignment to 76th Airlift Squadron, 86th Airlift Wing, Ramstein AFB, Germany
					To AMARC Jan 12,2007 as CJ0010.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0109 (MSN 35A-555) registered N400DV. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Jul 13, 2005.  Assigned to 76th Airlift Squadron, 86th Airlift Wing, Ramstein AFB, Germany.
					Wfu Aug 11 2014 (18,663 landings, TT 16,705.8hrs), for sale by GSA Auctions at Rose Aircraft 
					Inc, Mena, AR, Jan 28 2016 
				0110 (MSN 35A-556) registered N400DX. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Jul 13, 2005.  Assigned to 76th Airlift Squadron, 86th Airlift Wing, Ramstein AFB, Germany.
					Wfu Aug 17 2014 (17,748 landings, TT 16,561.3hrs), for sale by GSA Auctions at Rose Aircraft 
					Inc, Mena, AR, Jan 28 2016 
				0111 (MSN 35A-557) registered N400DY. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Jul 13, 2005.  Assigned to 76th Airlift Squadron, 86th Airlift Wing, Ramstein AFB, Germany
				0112 (MSN 35A-558) registered N400DZ. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Jul 13, 2005.  Last assignment to 76th Airlift Squadron, 86th Airlift Wing, Ramstein AFB, Germany
					To AMARC Sep 27, 2011
				0113 (MSN 35A-559) registered N400EC. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Jul 13, 2005.  Last assignment to 458th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Scott AFB, IL
					To AMARC as CJ0018 Jan 24, 2008.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0114 (MSN 35A-560) registered N400EE. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Jul 13, 2005.  Assigned to 457th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Andrews AFB, MD
					Later with North Dakota ANG.  In June 2013 went to Peterson AFB, Colorado.  In storage with Spectra 
					Jet at Springfield Airport, Ohio in June 2014.
				0115 (MSN 35A-561) registered N400EF. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Jul 13, 2005.  Last assignment to 457th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Andrews AFB, MD.
					To AMARC Jan 12, 2007 as CJ0009.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0116 (MSN 35A-562) registered N400EG. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Jul 13, 2005.  Last assignment was to 375th Airlift Wing.  To AMARC Jan 24, 2007 as CJ0017.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0117 (MSN 35A-563) registered N400EJ. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Jul 13, 2005.  Last assignment was to 375th Airlift Wing.  To AMARC Jan 22, 2007 as CJ0016.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0118 (MSN 35A-564) registered N400EK. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Jul 13, 2005.  Last assignment to 458th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Scott AFB, IL.
					To storage with Spectra Jet at Springfield Airport, Ohio in June 2014.
					Wfu Apr 28 2014 (20,784 landings, TT 17,375.7hrs), for sale by GSA Auctions at Spectra Jet 
					Inc, Springfield Airpark, OH, Jan 28 2016.
				0119 (MSN 358-565) registered N400EL. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Jul 13, 2005.  Last assignment to 458th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Scott AFB, IL.
					for sale by GSA Auctions at Sabreliner Corp, Perryville, MO, Jan 2, 2014.  Registered as N400EL 
					Feb 21, 2014 with Dodson International Parts, Inc
				0120 (MSN 35A-566) Registered N400EM. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Jul 13, 2005.  Assigned to 458th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Scott AFB, IL
					Later with North Dakota ANG.  In June 2013 went to Peterson AFB, Colorado
				0121 (MSN 35A-567) registered N400EN. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH.
					Crashed on takeoff Jan 14, 1987, Maxwell AFB, Alabama.  2 killed.
				0122 (MSN 35A-568) registered N400EQ.  Sale Reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH, registratin
					cancelled Jul 13, 2005.  Last assignment to 311th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Peterson AFB, Colorado.
					To AMARC Jan 18, 2007 as CJ0014.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0123 (MSN 35A-569) registered N400ER. Sale reported Nov 19, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Jul 13, 2005 Last assignment to 119th FW with North Dakota ANG.  In June 2013 went to Peterson AFB, 
					Colorado.  In storage with Spectra Jet at Springfield Airport, Ohio in June 2014.
				0124 (MSN 35A-570) registered N400ES. Sale reported Nov 19, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Dec 9, 1992.  Assigned to 457th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Andrews AFB, MD
				0125 (MSN 35A-571) registered N400ET. Sale reported Nov 19, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Dec 9, 1992.  Assigned to 457th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Andrews AFB, MD.
					With Michigan ANG at Battle Creek, Michigan
				0126 (MSN 35A-572) registered N400EU. Sale reported Nov 19, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Dec 9, 1992.  Assigned to 458th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Scott AFB, IL
				0127 (MSN 35A-573) registered N400EV. Sale reported Nov 19, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Dec 9, 1992.  Assigned to 458th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Scott AFB, IL
					For sale by GSA Auctions at Sabreliner Corp, Perryville, MO, Jan 2, 2014.  Registered as N508YV 
					Feb 25, 2014 with Dodson International Parts, Inc	
				(from this point onward, the MSNs are out of sequence)
				0128 (MSN 35A-575) registered N400EY. Sale reported Nov 19, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Dec 9, 1992.  Assigned to 458th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Scott AFB, IL
					Registration N499UM assigned but not taken up; cancelled Jun 2, 2014
				0129 (MSN 35A-576) registered N400EZ. Sale reported Nov 19, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Jul 13, 2005
				0130 (MSN 35A-577) registered N400FE. Sale reported Nov 19, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Dec 9, 1992.  Last assignment to 459th Airlift Squadron, 374th Airlift Wing, Yokota AFB, Japan
					Registered N36SP Dec 17, 2013 to Kentucky State Police, current
				0131 (MSN 35A-578) registered N400FG. Sale reported Nov 19, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Dec 9, 1992.  Last assignment to 459th Airlift Squadron, 374th Airlift Wing, Yokota AFB, Japan
					In storage with Spectra Jet at Springfield Airport, Ohio in June 2014.
					For sale by GSA Auctions at M1 Support Services, Springfield, OH, Nov 7, 2014 
				0132 (MSN 35A-579) registered N400FH. Sale reported Nov 19, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Dec 9, 1992.  Last assignment to 457th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Andrews AFB, MD
					To AMARC Jan 26, 2007 as CJ0019.   Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008 
				0133 (MSN 35A-580) registered N400FK. Sale reported 19Nov 19, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Jul 13, 2005.  Last assignment to 311th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Peterson AFB, CO
					To AMARC Jan 8, 2007 as CJ0002.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0134 (MSN 35A-581) registered N400FM. Sale reported Nov 19, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Jul 13, 2005.  Last assignment to 12th Flying Training Wing, Randolph AFB, TX
					Sold as N72GH, and registered Feb 14, 2014 to Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics, West
					Mifflin, Pennsylvania.
				0135 (MSN 35A-582) registered N400FN. Sale reported Nov 19, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Jul 13, 2005.  Assigned to 12th Flying Training Wing, Randolph AFB, TX
					Seen passing through Prestwick May 2, 2007. 
				0136 (MSN 35A-583) registered N400FP. Sale reported Nov 19, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Dec 9, 1992.  Assigned to 332nd Airlift Flight, 12th Flying Training Wing, Randolph AFB, TX
					Crashed while making emergency landing at Alexander City Apt, AL Apr 17, 1995.  All 8 onboard killed.
				0137 (MSN 35A-585) registered N400FR. Sale reported Nov 19, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Dec 9, 1992.  Assigned to 458th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Scott AFB, IL
				0138 (MSN 35A-574) registered N400EX. Sale reported Nov 19, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Dec 9, 1992. Assigned to 332nd Airlift Flight, 12th Flying Training Wing, Randolph AFB, TX
					At Tucson, AZ with broken wing spar. To AMARC as CJ0001 Oct 21, 2002.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0139 (MSN 35A-587) registered N400FU. Sale reported Nov 19, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Dec 9, 1992.  Assigned to 457th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Andrews AFB, MD
				0140 (MSN 35A-588) registered N400FV. Sale reported Nov 20, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Jul 13, 2005.  Assigned to 458th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Scott AFB, IL.
					For sale by GSA Auctions at Sabreliner Corp, Perryville, MO, Jan 2, 2014. Registered N335KB Jun 6, 2014, current
				0141 (MSN 35A-584) registered N400FQ. Sale reported Nov 19, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Dec 9, 1992.  Assigned to 54th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Scott AFB, IL
					To AMARC Jan 3, 2007 as CJ0003.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Registered N400FQ to Dodson 
					International Parts Feb 21, 2014, re-registered to MSN 35A-548 Mar 12, 2014
					[N400FQ was presumably registered Feb 21, 2014 with wrong MSN]
				0142 (MSN 35A-586) registered N400FT. Sale reported Nov 19, 1986 to USAF, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; registration
					cancelled Dec 9, 1992.  Assigned to 458th Airlift Squadron, 375th Airlift Wing, Scott AFB, IL
					Was with North Dakota ANG, but transferred to Michigan ANG at Battle Creek in 2008.  Returned to USAF
84-0143/0182		Beech C-12F Huron
				MSN BL.73/BL.112.  Based on King Air B200C
84-0183/0184		Northrop F-5E Tiger II 
				MSN IT.1031/1032.  To Sudan as 206 and 208
84-0185/0192		McDonnell Douglas KC-10A Extender
				MSN 48224/48231
				0188 (MSN 48227) Named "BT Express" with 22nd ARW in May 1989.  Named “Touch of Class” with 2nd Wing in
					October 1991.
				0189 (MSN 48228) Named “Ace of Spades” with 22nd Wing in November 1991.  Assigned to 305th AMW.
				0192 (MSN 48231)  Named “Shamrock Worldwide” with 2nd BW in October 1990.  Assigned to 305th AMW.
84-0193			Boeing C-22A 
				Ex-commercial 727-100 MSN 18362 operated as VIP transport.  Was 
				formerly a Lufthansa 727-30 D-ABID that went to US civil registry
				as N90558 that had been acquired by FAA as N78.  
				To AMARC as CU0002 Nov 5, 1991.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
84-0194/0203		Northrop RF-5E Tigereye 
				MSN TR.1001/TR.1010.  For Saudi Arabia
				0195 RSAF 1709 delivered Dec 7, 1987
				0196 RSAF 1710 delivered Dec 7, 1987
84-0204/0213		Lockheed C-130H-LM Hercules
				For Air National Guard
				0204 (MSN 382-5038)
				0205 (MSN 382-5039) with 700th AS, 94th AW at Dobbins AFB
				0206 (MSN 382-5043)
				0207 (MSN 382-5044) damaged by tornado Sep 28, 2004 at New Castle County AP, DE.  Repaired.  AFM 12/2005 
				0208 (MSN 382-5046, 166th AW/142nd AS) blown into C-130H 84-0212 by tornado Sep 28, 2004 while
					parked at New Castle County AP, DE.  Severely damaged, but was repaired.  AFM 12/2005
					Had "Senior Hunter" sigint/elint fit, but this fit has supposedly now been removed
				0209 (MSN 382-5047)
				0210 (MSN 382-5049)
				0211 (MSN 382-5050, 166th AW/142nd AS) torn from tiedown and blown across ramp by tornado
					Sep 28, 2004 while parked at New Castle County AP, DE.  Nose and
					starboard undercarriage collapsed, starboard wingtip damaged and
					fuselage apparently twisted.  W/o and stripped for spares.  AFM 12/2005.
					Parts used to build 84-207, 84-208, 84-212, 
				0212 (MSN 382-5051, 166th AW/142nd AS) blown into C-130H 84-0208 by tornado Sep 28, 2004 while
					parked at New Castle County AP, DE.  Severely damaged but repaired.  AFM 12/2005
				0213 (MSN 382-5052) named "Bonefish" with Delaware ANG in Sep 2990.
84-0214/0453		Boeing AGM-86B ALCM
84-0454			Lockheed HC-130B Hercules - ex USCG
84-0455			Martin LGM-25C Titan III
84-0456/0457		Northrop F-5F Tiger II 
				0456 (MSN IH.1019) to US Navy as BuNo 840456.  Has been reported as going to Brazil in 1989, Peace Amazon II, but has actually
					been with VFA-127 and VFC-13 since being disposed of by 425th TFTS in 1989.
				0457 (MSN IH.1009) to Brazil in 1989 as 4809, Peace Amazon II.
84-0458/0473		Short C-23A Sherpa
				Short Brothers Model SD 3-30 Variant 200, developed for USAF as Short Brothers SD3-30 Variant C23A for use
					as European Distribution System Aircraft
				0458 (MSN SH.3103) previously flew with British Class B registration G-14-3103 before delivered
					to USAF Dec 15, 1984..  Assigned to 10th Military Airlift Squadron, 608th Military Airlift Group.
					Named "Sembach".  With 412th Test Wing, Edwards AFB.  To AMARC Dec 1997 as CD0002.  
					Was intended for USAF Museum but registered Apr 17, 2001 to Air Cargo Carriers, Inc as N264AG.  
					Registered to ACC Integrated Services, expired Mar 31, 2014.  Now engineless and used as spares 
					source at General Mitchell IAP, Milwaukee, WI.    Cancelled with MSN 84-0458 Oct 20, 2014.
					Registered Oct 20, 2014 with MSN SH 3103 to ACC Integrated Services.  Registered N264AG to ACC,
					Registered N2674AC to ACC Aug 16, 2012.
				0459 (MSN SH.3104) previously flew with British Class B registration G-14-3104 before delivery to USAF Jan 30, 1985.
					Assigned to 10th Military Airlift Squadron, 608th Military Airlift Group.
					Named "Spangdahlem". To civil registry as N174Z with US Forest Service May 10, 1991.  Registered N168LM,
					operated by US Bureau of Land Management as as "smoke jumper".  Registered N468LM to US Department 
					of the Interior Nov 9,  1991, cancelled Feb 28, 2000.  Operated by Arctic Circle Air.  Registered to
					Ice cap LLC trustee Apr 9, 2010, current.  Operated by Era Aviation	
				0460 (MSN SH.3106) first flight Feb 22, 1985.  previously flew with British Class B registration G-14-3106 
					before delivery to USAF Jan 30, 1985.  Assigned to 10th Military Airlift Squadron, 608th Military Airlift Group.
					Named "Hahn".  Registered N176Z to US Forest Service 26Mar91. Registered N178LM, 
					operated by the US Bureau of Land Management as a ‘smoke jumper’. Registered N168LM to US Department 
					of the Interior, Feb 28, 2000, cancelled Aug 26, 2003
				0461 (MSN SH.3107) previously flew with British Class B registration G-14-3107 before delivery to USAF Mar 28, 1985.
					Assigned to 10th Military Airlift Squadron, 608th Military Airlift Group.
					Named "Rhein-Main".  To US Army Nov 1990.  Assigned to Aviation Technical Test Center.  To civil registry as 
					N260AG Jan 15, 1999.  Registered N260AG to Air Cargo Carriers Inc, 3Nov99. Registered to ACC Integrated 
					Services Inc, cancelled Feb 15, 2012. Not operated, used as spares source. Stored at General Mitchell IAP, 
					Milwaukee, WI.
				0462 (MSN SH.3109) previously flew with British Class B registration G-14-3109 before delivery to USAF Apr 20, 1985.
					Assigned to 10th Military Airlift Squadron, 608th Military Airlift Group
					Named "Fen Tiger".  To civil registry as N179Z with US Forest Service Mar 26, 1991.  Damaged July 30, 2000 
					near Frog Lake, 60 miles northeast of Elk City, Idaho. When on a fire fighting mission the parachute of 
					a cargo box being dropped from the aircraft became entangled in the aircraft's horizontal stabilizer. 
					Following the entanglement, the cargo box (which contained chain saws and water for a smokejumper 
					crew which the aircraft had just dropped) broke free of its parachute and fell away from the aircraft, 
					and the aircraft subsequently returned to its departure base of Missoula, Montana, and landed without 
					further incident. The cargo deployed over the top of the horizontal stabilizer and the parachute 
					deployed under the horizontal stabilizer.
				0463 (MSN SH.3110) previously flew with British Class B registration G-14-3110 before delivery to USAF Apr 26, 1985.
					Assigned to 10th Military Airlift Squadron, 608th Military Airlift Group.
					Named "Bitburg".  Transferred to US Army.  Stored at Redstone Arsenal AAF, Alabama by 2007.  Stored at
					Fort Sill, OK Jan 9, 2014.
				0464 (MSN SH.3111) previously flew with British Class B registration G-14-3111 before delivery to USAF May 21, 1985.
					Assigned to 10th Military Airlift Squadron, 608th Military Airlift Group.
					Named "Zaragoza".  Transferred to US Army Nov 1990.  Redesignated JC-23A. Assigned to the US Army Research 
					Development and Engineering Command Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering 
					Center (CERDEC) Flight Activity, based at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey.
					Storred at Henry AAF/Fort Sill, Oklahoma Mar 2014.  For sale by GSA Auctions at Henry Post AAF, 
					Fort Sill, OK, Oct 24, 2014. Re-advertised Nov 6 2014 .  Registered N393AC Dec 16, 2014
				0465 (MSN SH.3112) previously flew with British Class B registration G-14-3112 before delivery to USAF Jun 1, 1985.
					Assigned to 10th Military Airlift Squadron, 608th Military Airlift Group, named "Alconbury".
					Registered N172Z to US Forest Service 26Mar91. Registered N188LM Nov 9, 1991, operated by the US 
					Bureau of Land Management. Registered N188LM to US Department of the Interior, cancelled Feb 28, 2000.
					Registration N188LM assigned Sep 23, 2003 to Aviation Services Ltd, Hagatna, Guam.  Registered N330FA 
					to Aviation Services Ltd, Hagatna, Guam, current. Operated by Freedom Air.
				0466 (MSN SH.3113) British Class B registration G-14-3113, then "proper" British 
					registration G-BLZG (allocated Jun 3, 1985 and cancelled Jul 1, 1985 when aircraft was 
					delivered to USAF) Jun 21, 1985.  Assigned to 10th Military Airlift Squadron, 608th Military Airlift Group.
					Named "Bentwaters-Woodbridge".  Converted to JC-23A.  Transferred to US Army Nov 1990.  
					Crashed inverted after losing control on test flight Jul 16, 1992, Colquitt, LA.  3 killed.  	
				0467 (MSN SH.3114) previously flew with British Class B registration G-14-3114 before delivery to USAF Jun 21, 1985.
					Assigned to 10th Military Airlift Squadron, 608th Military Airlift Group.
					Named "Upper Heyford".  Transferred to US Army Nov 1990.  Assigned to Intelligence & Information Warfare 
					Directorate (I2WD), CERDEC Flight Activity (CFA), Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland.  Stored at Fort Sill, OK
					Jan 9, 2014.
				0468 (MSN SH.3115) first flight Jul 22, 1985.  Previously flew with British Class B registration G-14-3115 
					before delivery to USAF Aug 1, 1985.  Assigned to 10th Military Airlift Squadron, 608th Military Airlift Group.
					Named "Greenham Common".  To civil registry as N175Z Mar 26, 1991 with US Forest Service
				0469 (MSN SH.3116) first flight Aug 20 1985.  Previously flew with British Class B registration G-14-3116 
					before delivery to USAF Aug 10, 1985.  Assigned to 10th Military Airlift Squadron, 608th Military Airlift Group.
					Named "Soesterberg".  To civil registry as N173Z Mar 26, 1991 with US Forest Service
				0470 (MSN SH.3117) previously flew with British Class B registration G-14-3117 before delivery to USAF Sep 21, 1985.
					Assigned to 10th Military Airlift Squadron, 608th Military Airlift Group.
					Named "Torrejon".  Transferred to US Army Nov 1990.  Registered N261AG 15Jan99. Registered N261AG to Air Cargo 
					Carriers Inc, Nov 3, 1999. Registered to Alaska Aircraft Finance LLC Sep 6, 2007.  Operated by Arctic 
					Circle Air. Registered to AEC-Sherpa LLC Jan 11, 2010. Registered to Icecap LLC Trustee Apr 9, 2010, current. 
					Operated by Era Aviation.
				0471 (MSN SH.3118) previously flew with British Class B registration G-14-3118 before delivery to USAF Oct 10, 1985.
					Assigned to 10th Military Airlift Squadron, 608th Military Airlift Group.
					Named "Aviano".  Converted to JC-23A.  Transferred to US Army Army Material Command Nov 1990. Redesignated JC-23A.
					Instructional airframe at Enterprise State Community College, Alabama Aviation Center, Blackwell Field, 
					Ozark, AL
				0472 (MSN SH.3119) previously flew with British Class B registration G-14-3119 before delivery to USAF Nov 8, 1985.
					Assigned to 10th Military Airlift Squadron, 608th Military Airlift Group.
					Named "Incirlik".  To civil registry as N178Z Mar 26, 1991 with US Forest Service
				0473 (MSN SH.3120) previously flew with British Class B registration G-14-3120 before delivery to USAF Dec 7, 1985.
					Assigned to 10th Military Airlift Squadron, 608th Military Airlift Group.
					Named "Florennes".  Transferred to US Army Nov 1990.  To civil registry as N262AG Jan 15, 1999.  Registered to 
					Air Cargo Carriers Inc, Nov 2, 1999. Registered to River City Aviation Inc, Jun 24, 2003. Registered 
					to McNeely Charter Service Inc, Sep 27, 2007, current. 
84-0474			Bell GUH-1E Iroquois
				ex-US Navy BuNo 154778.  WFU, to Dominican Republic AF.
84-0475/0476		Lockheed MC-130H-LM Hercules (Combat Talon II)
				0475 (MSN 382-5041, 16th SOW, 15th SOS) crashed after takeoff from forward operating base
				     35 mi SW of Gardez, Afghanistan Jun 12, 2002.  3 killed, 7 injured.
				0476 (MSN 382-5042)
84-0477/0478		Lockheed KC-130T-LM Hercules 
				0477 (MSN 382-5040) to US Marine Corps as 163022
				0478 (MSN 382-5045) to US Marine Corps as 163023
84-0479/0482		Lockheed HC-130H-LM Hercules 
				All to US Coast Guard
				0479 (MSN 382-5028) to US Coast Guard as 1710
				0480 (MSN 382-5031) to US Coast Buard as 1711
				0481 (MSN 382-5033) to US Coast Guard as 1712
				0482 (MSN 382-5034) to US Coast Guard as 1713
84-0483			Cessna 150 
				MSN 150-77067.  ex-civilian aircraft.  To USAF Academy.  Also
					flown as N557AW
84-0484/0489		Beech C-12F Huron
				MSN BL-118/123
84-0490/0491		Northrop F-5E Tiger II 
				MSN HR.1001/HR.1002.  To Malaysia as M29-21 and M29-22
84-0492/0493		Fairchild T-46A
				0492 on display at Air Force Flight Test Center Museum at Edwards AFB, California
				0493 to AMARC as TM002 May 1, 1987.  To USAF Museum Nov 25, 1997.  Noted Jul 2005 in restoration workshops
					at USAF Museum, OH
84-0494			McDonnell F-4N Phantom II
				ex-US Navy BuNo 153008.  For BDR at RAF Alconbury.
84-0495/0539		Beech MQM-107B Streaker
				Reusable, turbojet-powered target-towing drone for US Army
84-0540/0560		Morton Thiokol LGM-118A Peacekeeper
				The LGM-118A was built by Boeing, Martin Marietta, TRW, and the Denver Aerospace Company. [Thiokol built the first stage]
					Also known as the MX missile (for Missile-eXperimental).  A land-based ICBM
				0552 Damaged June 12, 1988. The incident happened at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, at a silo called Quebec-10, 
					or Q-10, about 40 miles north of Cheyenne, Wyo.  The mishap in which an MX missile dropped several inches 
					in its Wyoming silo was caused by the failure of a section of rubber material to remain attached to the 
					fiberglass skirt of the missile stage manufactured by Morton Thiokol Inc. near Brigham City
84-0809/0812		Lockheed F-117A Nighthawk
				MSN A.4034/A.4037.  Some references have these as 84-1809/1812.  Other
				references have these as 82-809/812.

84-0824/0828		Lockheed F-117A Nighthawi
				MSN A.4038/A.4042.  Also seen listed as 84-1824/1828.

84-1212/1246		General Dynamics F-16C Block 25C Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-49/83.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1212 w/o Oct 9, 1986, Shaw AFB.  Also reported as going to AMARC
					as FG0560 Jun 26, 2007 and still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1213 to AMARC Apr 10, 2009.
				1214 to AMARC Sep 29, 2009.
				1217 (MSN 5C-54) named "Hooter One" with 363rd TFW in May 1988.
					With 56th FW crashed at Luke AFB Oct 25, 2001 during landing approach.  Pilot ejected safely.
					Aircraft under repair using parts from F-16N 163571.  AFM 1/2006.  To AMARC Apr 20, 2009.
				1218 (MSN 5C-55) w/o Feb 17, 1991 due to battle damage
				1219 to AMARC Jun 23, 2009.  Converted to QF-16C drone QF-010
				1221  (19th TFS) crashed near Shaw AFB, SC Aug 3, 1988. Pilot ejected safely, but two person injured on the ground.
				1222 to AMARC Jul 19, 2010.  Converted to QF-16C drone QF-009
				1223 to AMARC as FG0570 May 8, 2008
				1224 (MSN 5C-61) (363rd TFW, 19th TFS) flew into Gulf of Mexico Feb 11, 1986.
				1227 (MSN 5C-64) named "Double Deuce" with 457th FS, 301st FW Sep 1992.
				1228 (MSN 5C-65) (19th TFS) hit by birds, aborted takeoff and crashed at Shaw AFB, SC Jan 5, 1989. Pilot injured.
				1229 wo AMARC as FG0579 Jun 12, 2008
				1230 to AMARC Dec 22, 2008.
				1232 (19th TFS) crashed into the Atlantic Ocean Jul 25, 1988.
				1233 (363rd TFW, 33rd TFS) crashed near Shaw AFB, SC Nov 12, 1986.  Pilot killed.
				1235 (MSN 5C-72) to AMARC as FG0583 Sep 26, 2008
				1237 to AMARC Sep 24, 2010.
				1238 to AMARC Oct 20, 2008.
				1239 to AMARC May 4, 2010.
				1240 (56th FW, 309th FS) port main undercarriage failed during heavy night landing at 
					Luke AFB, AZ Sep 23, 2003.  Appears to be repairable.  To AMARC May 18, 2010.
				1241 to AMARC Feb 5, 2009.
				1243 to AMARC Mar 17, 2009.
				1245 to AMARC Sep 28, 2009.
				1246 to AMARC Sep 14, 2010.
84-1247/1286		General Dynamics F-16C Block 25D Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-84/123.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1247 to AMARC Jul 30, 2010.
				1248 to AMARC Mar 25, 2009.
				1249 (MSN 5C-86) (363rd TFW, 17th TFS) crashed into a house at Sumter, SC Sep 13, 1988. One person in the house killed.
				1250 (62nd FS, 56th FW) crashed near Winslow, AZ Dec 21, 1995 due
					to engine failure
				1251 to AMARC Jul 6, 2010.
				1252 to AMARC Jul 14, 2009.
				1253 to AMARC Sep 28, 2009.
				1254 to AMARC as FG0565 Apr 22, 2008
				1255 w/o June 20, 1997.
				1256 to AMARC Apr 23, 2012
				1257 (MSN 5C-94) to AMARC Oct 16, 2008
				1258 to AMARC Jun 30, 2010.
				1259  (363rd TFW, 17th TFS) crashed while trying to land in bad weather during night at Shaw AFB, SC Oct 9, 1986. Pilot killed.
				1260 (MSN 5C-97) to AMARC as FG0556 Sep 18, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008  Converted to QF-16C drone 
					prototype #QF-002.  Delivered to 82nd ATRS.  Shot down Sep 5, 2014 as final test for qualifying
					the QF-16 program.
				1261 (MSN 5C-98) named "Mustang 1" with 363rd tFW in May 1988.  To AMARC Jun 15, 2010.
				1262 to AMARC as FG0562 Dec 5, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1263 1263 (496th TFS) crashed after midair collision with 84-1293 at Maxdorf, Germany Dec 18, 1989. One pilot 
					killed, the other ejected safely.
				1264 was seen Feb 2009 in pseudo D-Day color scheme as "heritage jet" of 163rd
					FS and intended as gate guard at Baer Field, Fort Wayne, IN when unit
					completes conversion to Block 30 F-16s.  In 2009 was on display at Fort Wayne, Indiana 122 Wing HQ.
				1265 (MSN 5C-102) To AMARC Sep 24, 2008
				1266 to AMARC May 10, 2010.
				1267 (MSN 5C-104) w/o Jan 12, 1992, McConnell AFB, KS
				1268 (482nd FW/93rd FS) crashed July 1, 1999.  Pilot killed.  Cause was probable bird strike. 
				1269 to AMARC Aug 9, 2010.  Apparently converted to QF-16
				1270 (19th TFS) flew into the Black Sea Oct 10, 1987.
				1272 (MSN 5C-109) to Indonesian AF as TS-1631 in May 2015.
				1273 (56th FW, 62nd FS) crashed Mar 14, 2008 south of Alamo Lake, 80 mi NW of Phoenix, AZ.
					Pilot killed.  Cause was pilot loss of consciousness due to not
					properly managing high g forces during turning maneuver
				1274 (MSN 5C-111) to AMARC as FG0573 Jun 12, 2008.  FMS to Indonesian AF as TS-1633, delivered May 22, 2015.
				1276 to AMARC as FG0558 Sep 21, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1279 (144h FW/ 194th FS) crashed near Owens (Dry) Lake, CA
					Jan 19, 2007 following engine failure.  Pilot ejected
					safely.  AFM 4/2007.  Cause was a loose high-pressure fuel 
					line--the connecting bolts had not been properly torqued
					during routine maintenance.
				1280 to AMARC Aug 24, 2010.
				1281 (MSN 5C-118) to AMARC Aug 5, 2009.  To Indonesian AF as TS-01633 in May 2015.
				1282 to AMARC Sep 24, 2010.
				1283 (MSN 5C-120) to AMARC as FG0568 May 8, 2007.  	FMS to Indonesian AF as TS-1633, deliverdd May 22, 2015.
				1285 to AMARC May 28, 2010.
				1286 (MSN 5C-123) to AMARC as FG0559 Sep 21, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Converted to QF-16C
					drone #QF-006.  Delivered to 82nd ATRS.
84-1287/1318		General Dynamics F-16C Block 25E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-124/155.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1287 (MSN 5C-124) to AMARC as FG0582 Jun 26, 2008
				1288 to AMARC Apr 1, 2009.
				1289 (MSN 5C-126) (496th TFS) suffered engine failure and landed short at Hahn AFB, Germany Oct 12, 1988. 
					Pilot ejected safely.  Quoted as inactive and used as recruiting aid, so presumably survived its accident.
				1291 to AMARC Mar 25, 2009.
				1292 to AMARC as FG0593 Sep 24, 2008.
				1293 (496th TFS) crashed after midair collision with 84-1263 at Maxdorf, Germany Dec 18, 1989. One pilot killed, 
					the other ejected safely.
				1294 (MSN 5C-131) to AMARC Nov 2008
				1295 to AMARC as FG0561 Sep 18, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Will be used as QF-16 drone.
				1296 (56th FW, 62nd FS) caught fire during takeoff run at Luke AFB, AZ Oct 26, 2006.
					Pilot aborted takeoff and speedily exited aircraft, suffering some
					injury.  Cause of accident was engine third stage fan disc 
					malfunction, causing penetration of fuel tank and ignition 
					of fuel.  Aircraft declared total loss.  AFM 4/2007
				1297 with 56WG, 56th OG at Luke AFB Mar 2014
				1298 (MSN 5C-135) to AMARC as FG0594 Oct 15, 2008
				1299 to AMARC as FG0563 Dec 5, 2007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				1300 (MSN 5C-137) to AMARC May 10, 2010.  To Indonesian AF in May 2015.  
				1303 (147th FW/111th FS) crashed at Fort Polk Sep 22, 2003 following fatigue 
					failure of turbine blade
				1304 (56th FW/, 62nd FS) crashed Feb 3, 1999 on Barry M. Goldwater training range, Arizona.
					Pilot Lt. Esther Obert ejected safely, believed to have been first female USAF pilot to eject successfully
					from a fighter.  Wreckage currently at USAF Safety Center Crash Laboratory.
				1306 to AMARC Apr 27, 2010.
				1307 to AMARC Sep 9, 2010.
				1309 (MSN 5C-146) to AMARC as FG0586 Apr 29, 2008.  FMS to Indonesian AF delivered May 22, 2015.
				1310 to AMARC as FG0597 Oct 29, 2008.
				1311 (56th FW, 309th FS) crashed near Sells, AZ Jun 16, 2000 after
					pilot inadvertently shut down engine.  Pilot ejected safely.
				1313 to AMARC May 3, 2012.
				1314 (61st FS 56th FW) w/o Dec 15, 1998 near Gila Bend, AZ.  Pilot
					ejected safely.
				1315 (MSN 5C-152) to AMARC as FG0599 Oct 16, 2008.
				1316 (MSN TC-153) to AMARC as FG0584 Aug 21, 2008.
				1317 to AMARC Aug 30, 2010.
84-1319/1323		General Dynamics F-16D Block 25C Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5D-13/17
				1319 (56thy FW, 62nd FS) crashed on Barry Goldwater Range
					Dec 4, 2006 due to engine failure.  Both crew ejected safely.  AFM 4/2007
				1320 (MSN 5D-14) named "Station Wagon" with 457th FS, 301st FW Sep 1992.  w/o Sept 16, 1997 in midair with F-16C.  
					The C landed safely.
				1321 w/o Aug 7, 1990.
				1323 (MSN 5D-17) to AMARC Jun 8, 2010.   To Indonesian AF as tS-1620, delivered Jul 25, 2014.
84-1324/1327		General Dynamics F-16D Block 25D Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5D-18/21.
84-1328/1331		General Dynamics F-16D Block 25E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5D-22/25.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1328 (MSN 5D-22, 56th FW) bellied in at Wickenburg MAP, AZ 40 mi NW of Phoenix Oct 22, 2009.  Aircraft had
					experienced a flameout shortly after departure from Luke AFB, AZ.  Pilots walked away.  Aircraft
					was trucked back to Luke AFB with unknown damage.
				1329 to AMARC Sep 15, 2010.
				1330 modified as F-16R/RF-16 recon aircraft.  Listed as F-16D
					with 56th FW, 61st FS made belly landing at Gila Bend
					Auxiliary Field, AZ Apr 2, 2008 while returning from training 
					mission and subsequently slid off runway.  Pilot had not advanced the
					throttle to full power in order to return to flight before retracting
					the undercarriage.  He must have been carrying out a touch and go.  To AMARC as FG0589 Sep 12, 2008.
84-1332			General Dynamics F-16C Block 32 Fighting Falcon  
				MSN 4G-1.  For Egypt as EAF serial 9501, Peace Vector II
84-1333/1339		General Dynamics F-16C Block 32A Fighting Falcon  
				MSN 4G-2/8.  For Egypt as EAF serials 9502/9508, Peace Vector II
84-1340/1343		General Dynamics F-16D Block 32 Fighting Falcon  
				MSN 4H-1/4.  For Egypt as EAF serials 9401/9404, Peace Vector II
84-1344/1345		General Dynamics F-16D Block 32A Fighting Falcon  
				MSN 4H-5/6.  For Egypt as EAF serials 9405/9406, Peace Vector II
84-1346/1353		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15U Fighting Falcon
				MSN 9P-7/14.  Built for export to Venezuela as FAV 7268,9068,8924,0094,6023,
					4226, 8900, 6426, Peace Delta
				1352 (MSN 9P-13) is FAV 5422
84-1354/1357		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15V Fighting Falcon
				MSN 9P-15/18.
				Built for export to Venezuela as FAV 4827,9864,3648,0220, Peace Delta
84-1358/1365		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15W Fighting Falcon
				Built by Fokker for Holland (J-358/365)
				1358 (J-358) (323rd Sqn) crashed after midair collision with F-16A J-258 (ex 78-0258) near Grand Lake, Canada 
					May 10, 1990. Pilot killed.
				1359 (J-359) w/o Sept 23, 1992, Arum
				1360 (MSN 6D-117, J-360) has had midlife update and now designated F-16AM.
					Sold to Chilean AF as 723.  Left Holland for delivery to Chile Jun 3, 2007.
				1361 (J-361) w/o Sep 23, 1999
				1362 (MSN 6D-119, J-362) has had midlife update and now designated F-16AM
				1363 (MSN 6D-120, J-363) has had midlife update and now designated F-16AM
					(312th Sqn) crashed due engine failure near Vliehors, Netherland Jul 19, 2006. Pilot ejected safely and rescued.
				1364 (MSN 6D-121, J-364) went through midlife update and redesignated
					F-16AM.  Crashed in Ghazni Province, Afghanistan Aug 31, 2006.  Pilot killed. AFM 10/2006
				1365 (MSN 6D-122, J-365) has had midlife update and now designated F-16AM.  In August 2011 to Fuerza Aérea de Chile         
					(FACh) as 756.
84-1366/1367		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15X Fighting Falcon
				Built by Fokker for Holland (J-366/367)
				1366 (MSN 6D-123, J-366) has had midlife update and now designated F-16AM
				1367 (MSN 6D-124, J-367) has had midlife update and now designated F-16AM
84-1368/1369		General Dynamics F-16B Block 15W Fighting Falcon
				Built by Fokker for Holland (J-368,369)
				1368 (MSN 6E-31, J-368) has had midlife update and now designated F-16BM
				1369 (MSN 6E-32, J-369) has had midlife update and now designated F-16BM
					J369 damaged on ground at Woensdrecht AB by peace activist Aug 10, 2005.  AFM 1/2006
84-1370/1373		General Dynamics F-16D Block 32A Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 5B-1/4.  For South Korea as RoKAF 84-370/84-373 under Peace Bridge II
				1372 (19th FW, RoKAF) crashed near Andou following engine failure Jun 8, 2001.
					Pilot ejected safely.
84-1374/1388		General Dynamics F-16C Block 25E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-156/170.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1374 (MSN 5C-156) to AMARC asFG0595 Oct 15, 2008
				1375 to AMARC Jul 16, 2010.
				1376 to AMARC as FG0585 Sep 1, 2008.
				1377 to AMARC as FG0588 Aug 13, 2008.
				1378 to AMARC Sep 21, 2010.
				1379 (MSN 5C-161, 363rd TFW, 17th TFS) crashed on approach to Al Dhafra
					air base, United Arab Emirates Feb 15, 1991.  Pilot killed.
				1381 to AMARC Aug 18, 2010.
				1383 to AMARC Aug 30, 2010.
				1384 to AMARC as FG0591 Sep 30, 2008. Left AMARC. Returned to AMARC Aug 18, 2010.
				1385 to AMARC Apr 28, 2009.
				1388 (MSN 5C-170) to AMARC as FG0600 Oct 15, 2008.
84-1389/1395		General Dynamics F-16C Block 25F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-171/177.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				1389 (MSN 5C-171) (10th TFS) crashed into a house at Forst, West Germany Mar 31, 1988.  Pilot and one civilian 
					in the house killed.
				1390 (10th TFS/363rd TFW) shot down by SAM Feb 27, 1991 over Iraq.
					Pilot POW.
				1393 in 2011 was on display at Texas Military Forces Museum, Camp Mabry,
					Austin, Texas.  Was previously QF-16 pattern aircraft.
				1394 (MSN 5C-176) to AMARC as FG0602 Oct 20, 2008.
				1395 (50th TFW) crashed near Mainz, West Germany Jun 29, 1988 after
					colliding with F-16C 85-1401.  One pilot killed, the other ejected.
84-1396/1397		General Dynamics F-16D Block 25F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-26/27
84-1398/1399		Boeing TC-18E
				Two ex-airline 707-331Cs acquired and used as crew trainers for E-3
					Sentry crews.
				1398 was MSN 18713/378 ex N788TW, 
				1399 was MSN 19566/717 ex N15710. 
				Both planes placed in storage at AAR Aircraft Services, Will Rogers
					Airport, Oklahoma City, OK.  Both planes removed from storage
					and broken up.

84-1824/1828		Lockheed F-117A Nighthawk
				MSN A.4038/A.4042.  Also seen listed as 84-0824/0828.
				1825 crash landed at Holloman AFB Jun 4, 1997
					and burned out.  Aircraft may be repaired.  Has been seen Nov 2003 so must
					have been repaired.  Seen at air show at Langley, VA Apr 2007.


			- Army serials begin here -

84-00143/00182		Beech C-12F Huron
				MSN BL-073/112
				00156/00158 converted to C-12U
				00160/00163 converted to C-12U
				00144 operated as N5801D
				00151 converted to C-12T-3
				00153 operated as N58009
				00157 (MSN BL-87) Assigned to E Company, 52nd Aviation Regiment
					Assigned to D Company, 52nd Aviation Regiment
				00158 (MSN BL-88) assigned to D Company, 52nd Aviation Regiment
				00161 (MSN BL-91) converted to C-12U and in service with 339th Mil Intelligence Company in December 2015. 
				00163 (MSN BL-93) assigned to E Company, 52nd Aviation Regiment
				00165 converted to C-12U
				00169 (6-52nd Avn) crashed into farm storage building and caught fire 7 
					miles south-west of Camp Humphreys/Desiderio AAF, Pyongtaek, Korea Aug 12, 2003. 
					Both crew killed.  Aircraft was undergoing a test flight after replacement
					stall strips had been fitted to outer edge of wings.  Failure to follow
					correct procedures when attempting to create stall conditions led to 
					aircraft entering irrecoverable spin.
				00172 (MSN BL-102) in service May 2007 with OSACOM Detachment 6, Connecticut Army National Guard.
				00175 operated as N5803F
				00176 operated as N5819T
				00180 converted to C-12U

84-23933/24016		Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk
				23935 for sale by GSA Auctions at Huntsville, AL, Dec 30 2015 
				23936 (MSN 70761) As UH-60+ assigned in January 2016 to 1st Battalion, 214th Aviation Regiment at Landstuhl, Germany. 
				23939 (MSN 70764, 2nd Avn, C Co) w/o Sep 8, 1987.
				23942 (MSN 70767) assigned to 3378th Med co at McEntire Joint National Guard base, South Carolina
				23945 (377th Med Co (AA)) damaged Oct 9, 1997
				23949 to Indiana NG
				23953 converted to UH-60L, remanufactured as UH-60M 04-27000
				23954 (MSN 70779, 377th Med Co) crashed in South Korea Aug 7, 2003.  
					Helicopter was conducting hoist training when it struck two cables
					across the river.  Descended backwards, stabilator hit river bed
					and rolled over onto left side.
				23969 (214th Med Det) rolled over during emergency landing at
					Aldea Campo Llano, Honduras Jun 14, 2004 during training
					flight in bad weather.  Aircraft had flown between trees and
					lost part of main rotor blade.  Crew unhurt.
				23970 (MSN 70804) Assigned to 1st Battalion, 168th Aviation Regiment 
					Assigned to B Company, 1st Battalion, 131st Aviation Regiment 
				23982 (MSN 70819) w/o Apr 11, 1988.
				23983 (MSN 70820) Assigned to Aviation Technical Test Center [ATTC], Fort Rucker, AL 
					Instrumented for the UH-60A/L Cockpit Air Bag System (CABS) limited Developmental Test
					Assigned to Aviation Applied Technology Directorate [AATD] , Fort Rucker, AL Oct99
					In-flight inadvertent deployment tests were conducted on 18-20 October 1999 at the US Army 
					Cairns Army Airfield, Ft. Rucker, AL
				23984 (MSN 70821)
				23987 (MSN 70824, E Co, 228th Avn) crashed Sep 30, 1989.
				23995 (MSN 70832) converted to UH-60L
				23997 converted to MH-60A
				23999 to Jordan
				24003 converted to UH-60L with more powerful engines and improved transmission.  To Indiana NG in 2010.
				24016 to Indiana NG.  Damaged by lightning strike Jul 20, 2008 at Shelbyville, IN.  Repaired and returned to service.
84-24017/24028		Sikorsky EH-60A Black Hawk
				24017 for sale by GSA Auctions at Huntsville, AL, Dec 30 2015 
				24021 '21F' USAACE, transferred to Science and Engineering Svs LLC, Huntsville, AL Mar 17, 2017.
					For sale by GSA Auctions at Huntsville, AL May 9, 2017
				24023 assigned USAAVNC, Ft Rucker, AL, Aug 1 2002 (TT 1,576.4hrs). 
					USAAWC, Ft Rucker, AL. '23B' USAACE, Ft Rucker, AL. 
					Transferred to Science and Engineering Svs LLC, Huntsville, AL, Sep 15 2016. For sale by GSA 
					Auctions at Huntsville, AL, Nov 15 2016, 
				24027 (MSN 70991) reported transferred to US Navy
84-24152/24187		Boeing CH-47D Chinook
				Boeing Helicopter Company Model 414-100.  MSN M3056/3091.  Remanufactured from earlier CH-47A and C airframes
				24152 (MSN M3056) was CH-47C 68-15991. Accepted by the US Army 18Jan85
					Assigned to 3rd Battalion, 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment
					Accident Iraq Jan 17, 1991 when the aircraft was evading suspected missiles. Forward left landing 
					gear was torn off and the left rear landing gear was pushed up into the structure.
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas; F Company, 158th Aviation Regiment, Olathe, KS
					Rebuilt as MH-47G 03-03728
				24153 (MSN M3057) was CH-47A 64-13120.  Accepted by the US Army 22Jan85. Assigned to Fort Campbell, KY
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 09-08065
				24154 (MSN M3058) was CH-47A 64-13140.  
					Accepted by the US Army 19Feb85. Assigned to Fort Campbell, KY
					Assigned to 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY	.  Named "Black Jack"
					To Canadian Armed Forces as 147204.	Named "Black Jack"
					Accepted by the CAF for use by Canadian Forces Joint Task Force Afghanistan Air Wing at 
					Kandahar, Afghanistan.
					To AMARC 28Sep11, code 2798. Departed AMARC 7Feb13
					To Summit Aviation at Summit Airport, Middletown, DE, being utilized as a maintenance trainer 
					for CAF CH-147F technicians. Expected to be returned to storage at Davis-Monthan when the 
					training is complete.
				24155 (MSN M3059) was CH-47C 70-15017.  Accepted by the US Army 20Feb85
					Assigned to A Company, 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 08-08044
				24156 (MSN M3060) was CH-47A 64-13113. Accepted by the US Army 27Feb85. Assigned to Fort Eustis, VA
					Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment
 					Written off April 11, 1997, Tulia, TX.  It rolled inverted and fuselage later
					delivered to Aberdeen Proving Grounds for use as a target.
				24157 (MSN M3061) was CH-47A 65-7978.  Accepted by the US Army 12Mar85
					Assigned to A Company, 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY
					In accident in USA Apr 21,2011.  Reported as scrapped.
				24158 (MSN M3062) was CH-47C 70-15014.  FMS to Republic of Korea Army
				24159 (MSN M3063) was CH-47A 64-13125.  Fitted with Helicopter Icing Spray System (HISS)
					and redesignated JCH-47D and used to produce ice clouds for test purposes.
					Replaced JCH-47C 68-18514 and was itself subsequently replaced by CH-47D
					90-0180.
				24160 (MSN M3064) was CH-47A 66-19020.  Accepted by the US Army 29Mar85. 
					Assigned to Fort Rucker, AL.  Converted to MH-47G 05-03762.
				24161 (MSN M3065) was CH-47C 70-15016.  Accepted by the US Army 8Apr85
					Assigned to A Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, Gray AAF, WA 
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA 
					Assigned to A Company, 7th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, Fort Hood, TX 30Jul00 
					Rebuilt as MH-47G 03-03731
				24162 (MSN .3066) was CH-47A 64-13129.  Accepted by the US Army 23Apr85
					Assigned to 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY		
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Illinois; 2nd Battalion, 238th Aviation Regiment, Peoria, IL 
				24163 (MSN M3067) was CH-47A 64-13150.  Accepted by the US Army 24Apr85. Assigned to Fort Rucker, AL
					Redesignated GCH-47D as a GIA.  Rebuilt as CH-47F 08-08051
				24164 (MSN M3068) was CH-47C 68-15830.  Accepted by the US Army 3Jul85
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Oregon; 1st Battalion, 168th Aviation Regiment, Camp Pendleton, OR
					Assigned to 7th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, New Century, KS 
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 06-08028.
				24165 (MSN M3069) was CH-47A 64-13126.  Accepted by the US Army 13Aug85
					Assigned to B Company, 159th Aviation Regiment, Hunter AAF, Savannah, GA
					Arrived damaged at Frankfurt, Germany Mar 20, 2002 after
					being airfreighted from Afghanistan.  Had been damaged Feb 14, 2002.  Rebuilt as CH-47F 08-08053
				24166 (MSN M3070) was CH-47A 64-13160.  Crashed Jul 7, 1985 on company test flight at Carmen, NJ.
					Combining transmission failed.  Pilot and flight engineer killed, copilot and crew chief 
					parachuted to safety.
				24167 (MSN M3071) was CH-47A 67-18537.  Accepted by the US Army 14Aug85
					Assigned to B Company, 159th Aviation Regiment, Hunter AAF, Savannah, GA
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 12-08111
				24168 (MSN M3072) was CH-47A 64-13123.  Accepted by the US Army 26Aug85
					Stored at Corpus Christi Army Depot (CCAD) 2010
					Reported May 2013 at Fort Rucker, Knox AHP, AL. Code 68J
				24169 (MSN M3073) was CH-47A 65-7990.  Accepted by the US Army 16Aug85
					Assigned to B Company, 159th Aviation Regiment, Hunter AAF, Savannah, GA
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 06-08019
				24170 (MSN M3074) was CH-47C 70-15001.  Accepted by the US Army 7Sep85
					Assigned to 2nd Battalion, 210th Aviation Regiment, Fort Eustis, VA	Code 70H
					Redesignated GCH-47D as a GIA.  To Cat B trainer at Ft Eustis, Virginia
				24171 (MSN M3075) was CH-47A 64-13117.  Accepted by the US Army 28Aug85. 
					Assigned to Fort Campbell, KY
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas; F Company, 158th Aviation Regiment, Olathe, KS
					Rebuilt as MH-47G 04-03737
				24172 (MSN M3076) was CH-47A 66-19055.  Accepted by the US Army 11Sep85. 
					Assigned to Fort Campbell, KY
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas; F Company, 158th Aviation Regiment, Olathe, KS\
				24173 (MSN M3077) was CH-47C 68-15840.  Accepted by the US Army 18Sep85
					Assigned to A Company, 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – California; G Company, 3rd Battalion, 140th Aviation Regiment 12Mar91
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 06-08031
				24174 (MSN M3078) was CH-47A 64-13121.  Accepted by the US Army 1Oct85. 
					Assigned to Fort Campbell, KY
					Assigned to A Company, 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY
					w/o in accident in Afghanistan Jan 28, 2002.  involved in an accident while attempting to 
					land in a field site near Khost, eastern Afghanistan. The aircraft was ferrying members of 
					the 101st Airborne Division when the accident occurred. The aircraft was landing to an 
					unimproved Landing Zone (LZ) in very dusty conditions under Night Vision Goggles (NVG's). 
					The crew lost sight of the ground due to the dust clouds raised and the aircraft landed 
					hard, severing the right front landing gear. The forward rotor system struck the ground 
					and the aircraft came to rest on its right side. At least one person killed, 14 others injured. 
				24175 (MSN M3079) was CH-47C 69-17113.  Accepted by the US Army 3Oct85
					Assigned to A Company, 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY
					Assigned to 4th Battalion 159th Aviation Regiment
					Assigned to US Army National Guard 
					Assigned to 7th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, New Century, KS 
					Assigned to B Company, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Combat Aviation Brigade, Afghanistan [2009]
					(4-159th AVN) main landing  gear got stuck in a gully during training flight in
					Afghanistan Jan 13, 2003 and undercarriage leg was severed.  Landed safely.
					Combat damage Aug 6, 2011 at Tangi Joi Zareen, in the district of Sayd Abad, Wardak Province, 
					Afghanistan when the aircraft was shot down by a RPG and crashed. The aircraft was hit in the 
					aft rotor blade which resulted in a severe mechanical and dynamic imbalance resulting in loss 
					of control. Thirty-one U.S. special forces troops and seven Afghan soldiers died when their 
					helicopter was shot down during an overnight operation against Taliban insurgents in eastern 	
					Afghanistan. The helicopter, call sign Extortion 17, was taking the personnel of Seal Team Six 
					back to their base after an operation.
					On August 6, 2011-three months after members of Navy SEAL Team Six killed Osama Bin Laden-Taliban 
					forces took down 24175, call sign "Extortion 17." The attack killed the Air 
					National guard crew, seven unidentified members of the Afghan military, and seventeen members 
					of Navy SEAL Team Six-warrior brothers from the same Team that had killed Osama Bin Laden 
					just ninety days prior.
				24176 (MSN M3080) was CH-47A 66-19008. Accepted by the US Army 17Oct85
					Assigned to B Company, 159th Aviation Regiment, Hunter AAF, Savannah, GA
 					Rebuilt as CH-47F 10-08080
				24177 (MSN M3081) was CH-47C 72-20947.  Accepted by the US Army 17Oct85
					Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company Hercules, Hunter AAF, Fort Stewart, Savannah, GA 
					Assigned to B Company, 2nd Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, Hunter AAF, Savannah, GA
					On 1 March 1991, the aircraft was lost due to an accident in Saudi Arabia while conducting a 
					mission in support of Operation Desert Storm. While flying at 250 feet above ground 
					level (AGL), at 120 knots airspeed, unaided (without night vision goggle devices) and at 
					night, the aircraft struck a tower, crashed, and was totally destroyed by fire. 
					4 of the 5 personnel on board suffered fatal injuries.
				24178 (MSN M3082) was CH-47A 64-13119.  Rebuilt from CH-47A 64-13119
					Accepted by the US Army 22Oct85
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 12-08110
				24179 (MSN M3083) was formerly CH-47C 70-15006. Rebuilt from CH-47C 70-15006
					Accepted by the US Army 26Oct85
					Assigned to B Company, 2nd Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, Hunter AAF, Savannah, GA
					Inducted 24Apr11 into the CH-47F model program and rebuilt as 11-08092
 					Rebuilt as CH-47D 11-08092.  Fuselage reported May13 at Fort Rucker, AL upside-down at 
					the Aviation Safety Training Area, Engineering Rd
				24180 (MSN M3084) was formerly CH-47A 64-13130.  Accepted by the US Army 25Oct85. 
					Assigned to Fort Campbell, KY
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas; F Company, 158th Aviation Regiment, Olathe, KS
					Rebuilt as MH-47G 04-03748.
				24181 (MSN M3085) was formerly CH-47C 67-18550.  Accepted by the US Army 31Oct85
					Assigned to B Company, 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY [1999-2001] 	
					Named "The Magic Bus"
					To Canadian Armed Forces as 147202 in 2009.  Named "The Magic Bus"
					Accepted by the CAF for use by Canadian Forces Joint Task Force Afghanistan Air Wing at 
					Kandahar, Afghanistan.
					Combat damage 4Aug10, Afghanistan by small arms fire, force landed and burned out.
				24182 (MSN M3086) was formerly CH-47A 62-2135.  Accepted by the US Army 31Oct85. 
					Assigned to Fort Campbell, KY
					Assigned to B Company, 3rd Battalion, 10th Aviation Regiment, Fort Drum, NY 
					Damaged 10Aug07 at Bagram Air Base, Afghanistan when another CH-47D Chinook (83-24123) 
					taxied into the aircraftRebuilt as CH-47F 09-08066
				24183 (MSN M3087) was formerly CH-47C 70-15019.  Accepted by the US Army 5Nov85
					Assigned to B Company, 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY [1994-1998]
				24184 (MSN M3088) was formerly CH-47A 62-2137.  Accepted by the US Army 19Nov85
					Assigned to B Company, 159th Aviation Regiment, Hunter AAF, Savannah, GA
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 07-08034
				24185 (MSN M3089) was formerly CH-47C 70-15013.  Accepted by the US Army 22Nov85
					Assigned to B Company, 159th Aviation Regiment, Hunter AAF, Savannah, GA
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 08-08045
				24186 (MSN M3090) was formerly CH-47A 63-7918. Accepted by the US Army 27Nov85
					Assigned to B Company, 159th Aviation Regiment, Hunter AAF, Savannah, GA
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 07-08041
				24187 (MSN M3091) was formerly CH-47C 68-16020.  Accepted by the US Army 5Dec85
					Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company Hercules, Hunter AAF, Fort Stewart, Savannah, GA 18Mar86
					Assigned to B Company, 159th Aviation Regiment, Hunter AAF, Savannah, GA
					WFU. Stored waiting induction into the CH-47F model program

84-24200/24311		Hughes-MDHC AH-64A Apache
				MSN PV060/PV171
				24200 (PV060) converted to AH-64D 99-5112 (PVD112)
				24201 (PV061) converted to AH-64D 99-5104 (PVD104)
				24202 (PV062) converted to AH-64D 98-5069 (PVD069)
				24203 (B Tp/3-6th Cav) crashed at Brady AP, TX Nov 2, 1993.
				24204 (PV064) converted to AH-64D 02-05287 (PVD287)
				24205 (PV065) converted to AH-64D 00-5176 (PVD176)
				24206 (PV066) converted to AH-64D 98-5084 (PVD084)
				24207 (PV067) converted to AH-64D 00-5201 (PVD201)
				24208 (PV068) converted to AH-64D 01-05260 (PVD260)
				24209 (PV069, 6th Cav) w/o Jul 19, 1991.
				24210 (PV070) converted to AH-64D 02-05296 (PVD296)
				24211 (PV071) converted to AH-64D 03-05402 (PV402)
				24212 (PV072) converted to AH-64D 97-5047 (PVD047)
				24213 (PV073) converted to AH-64D 97-5048
				24214 (PV074) w/o Nov 5, 1988.
				24215 (PV075) converted to AH-64D 02-05289 (PVD289)
				24217 converted to AH-64D 98-5079
				24218 (PV078) converted to AH-64D 04-05458 (PVD458)
				24219 (PV079) to Israeli AF as 905
				24220 (PV080) converted to AH-64D 01-5246 (PVD246)
				24221 (PV081) converted to AH-64D 97-5025 (PVD025)
				24223 (PV083) converted to AH-64D 04-05433 (PVD433)
				24224 (PV084) converted to AH-64D 97-5041 (PVD041)
				24225 (PV085) converted to AH-64D 97-5034 (PVD034)
				24227 (PV087) converted to AH-64D 01-5244 (PVD244)
				24228 (PV088) converted to AH-64D 98-5075 (PVD075)
				24229 (PV089, Co D, 1-14th Avn) crashed due wind shear at Ft. Rucker, AL May 19, 1993. Instructor killed, 
					student injured.
				24230 (PV090) converted to AH-64D 03-05408 (PVD408)
				24231 (PV091) converted to AH-64D 98-5088 (PVD088)
				24232 (PV092) converted to AH-64D 98-5085 (PVD085)
				24233 (PV093) converted to AH-64D 02-05302 (PVD302)
				24234 (PV094) converted to AH-64D 98-5086 (PVD086)
				24235 (PV095) to Israel AF as 907
				24236 (PV096) converted to AH-64D 01-5240 (PVD240)
				24237 (PV097) converted to AH-64D 99-5142 (PVD142)
				24238 (PV098) converted to AH-64D 02-05291 (PVD291)
				24239 (PV099) converted to AH-64D 02-05330 (PVD330)
				24240 (PV100) converted to AH-64D 99-5115 (PVD115)
				24241 (PV101) converted to AH-64D 98-5050 (PVD050)
				24242 converted to AH-64D 98-5051
				24243 (PV103, 6th Cav) w/o Sep 22, 1987.
				24244 converted to AH-64D 01-05258 (PVD258)
				24245 (PV105) converted to AH-64D 99-5108 (PVD108)
				24246 (PV106) converted to AH-64D 03-05349 (PVD349)
				24247 (PV107) converted to AH-64D 03-05400 (PVD400)
				24248 (PV108) converted to AH-64D 03-05399 (PVD399)
				24249 (PV109) to Israeli AF as 907
				24250 (PV110) converted to AH-64D 03-05383 (PVD383)
				24251 (PV111) converted to AH-64D 98-5090 (PVD090)
				24252 (PV112) to Israeli AF as 910
				24253 (PV113) converted to AH-64D 98-5092 (PVD092)
				24254 converted to AH-64D 98-5080
				24255 (PV115) converted to AH-64D 99-5146 (PVD146)
				24256 (PV116) assigned 1991 to US Army Aviation Engineering Flight Activity, Edwards Air Force Base, 
					California for asymmetric stores jettison testing.  Converted to AH-64D 00-5194 (PVD194) 
				24257 (PV117) converted to AH-64D 01-05275 (PVD275)
				24258 (PV118) to Israeli AF as 914
				24259 (PV119) w/o Oct 17, 1989 in Germany with C Troop/2-6th Cav.  Was attempting to avoid low power lines and made
					hard contact with the ground, suffering irrepairable damage.  Both crew killed.  Aircraft returned to Hood AAF Nov 1987
					where it stayed in parts depot enclosure.  Scavenged for spare parts.
				24260 (PV120) converted to AH-64D 01-05259 (PVD259)
				24261 (PV121) converted to AH-64D 99-5109 (PVD109)
				24262 (PV122) converted to AH-64D 04-05434 (PVD434)
				24263 (PV123) to Israeli AF as 917
				24264 (PV124) converted to AH-64D 96-5021 (PVD021)
					or 96-5020 (not sure which one) 
				24265 (PV125) converted to AH-64D 02-05322 (PVD322)
				24266 (PV126) to Israel AF as 921
				24267 (PV127) converted to AH-64D 99-5137 (PVD137)
				24268 (PV128) converted to AH-64D 97-5030 (PVD030)
				24269 (PV129) to Israeli AF as 924
				24270 (PV130) to Israeli AF as 929
				24271 (PV131) converted to AH-64D 01-05277 (PVD277)
				24272 (PV132) converted to AH-64D 01-05280 (PVD280)
				24273 (PV133) converted to AH-64D 03-05406 (PVD406)
				24274 (PV134) converted to AH-64D 97-5026 (PVD026)
				24275 (PV135) to GAH-64A instructional airframe Apr 1992. Converted to AH-64D 07-05521 (PVD521)
				24276 (PV136) converted to AH-64D 03-05394 (PVD394)
				24277 (PV137) converted to AH-64D 03-05348 (PVD348)
				24278 (PV138) converted to AH-64D 99-5130 (PVD130)
				24279 (PV139) converted to AH-64D 00-5180 (PVD180)
				24280 converted to AH-64D 98-5070
				24281 (PV141) converted to AH-64D 00-5191 (PVD191)
				24282 (PV142) converted to AH-64D 01-05282 (PVD282)
				24283 (PV143) converted to AH-64D 99-5105 (PVD105)
				24284 (PV144) to Israeli AF as 935
				24285 (PV145) converted to AH-64D 98-5056 (PVD056)
				24286 converted to AH-64D 98-5071
				24287 (PV147) converted to AH-64D 99-5097 (PVD097)
				24288 (PV148) to Israeli AF as 931
				24289 (PV149) converted to AH-64D 02-05324 (PVD324)
				24290 (PV150) converted to AH-64D 01-05266 (PVD266)
				24291 (PV151) to Israeli AF as 938
				24292 (PV152) to Israeli AF as 941
				24293 (PV153) converted to AH-64D 03-05407 (PVD407)
				24294 (PV154) to Israeli AF as 947
				24295 (PV155) converted to AH-64D 03-05405 (PVD405)
				24296 (PV156) converted to AH-64D 03-05395 (PVD395)
				24297 (PV157) converted to AH-64D 00-5184 (PVD184)
				24298 (PV158) to Israeli AF as 944. W/o Jun 1, 1999
				24299 suffered Class B damage with 1-14th AvnFort Rucker AL Jun 15, 1999
				24300 (PV160) converted to AH-64D 99-5093 (PVD093)
				24301 (PV161) converted to AH-64D 99-5098 (PVD098)
				24302 (PV162) to Israeli AF as 950, modified as AH-64D MSN IS-1
				24303 (PV163) converted to AH-64D 03-05410 (PVD410)
				24304 (PV164) converted to AH-64D 00-5181 (PVD181)
				24305 (PV165) converted to AH-64D 99-5131 (PVD131)
				24306 (PV166) converted to AH-64D 99-5119 (PVD119)
				24307 (PV167) converted to AH-64D 01-05247 (PVD247)
				24308 (PV168) converted to AH-64D 98-5081 (PVD081)
				24309 (PV169) class B damage with 1-4th Avn in accident near Fort Hood, TX Apr 17, 1989.  
					Subsequently repaired.  Suffered Class B damage Oct 20,1993 Ft Campbell, KY, repaired.
					Converted to AH-64D 98-5072 (PVD072)
				24310 (PV170) converted to AH-64D 02-05293 (PVD293)
				24311 (PV171) converted to AH-64D 99-5102 (PVD102)

84-24312		Cessna 310 
				ex-civilian aircraft confiscated from drug runners.

84-24319		Hughes AH-6C Defender
				Hughes Model 500E attack version for US Army Special Forces.  MSN 0937D
				Assigned Jun83 to B Company, 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers 
				Later modified as AH-6F and later to  AH-6G.  Active in July 2016 with 160th Special 
				Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers 
84-24320		Beech Model 65-B80 Queen Air
				ex-civilian aircraft (MSN LD-338).  Sequence of identities (oldest first) is N678F,
					N678G, N14MB, N43US, 84-24320 and finally N6166Y. This last registration was
					cancelled November 2002 on sale of aircraft to owner in Venezuela
					
84-24375/24380		Beech C-12D Huron
				MSN BP-046/051.  Some rebuilt as C-12U2
				24377 damaged in landing at Fort Knox, KY Feb 11, 2003.

84-24499		Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk
				To Indiana NG.

84-24677		Hughes AH-6F Cayuse
				Hughes Model 500E attack version for US Army Special Forces.  MSN 0124E.
				Later modified as AH-6G.
84-24678/24680		Hughes AH-6G Cayuse
				Hughes Model 530MD attack version for US Army Special Forces
				24678 (MSN 0125E) Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers
					Accident Dec 20, 1989 Colon, Panama. During a fire-fight at the Comandancia (HQ of the Panama Defense Forces), 
					the Panama Defese Forces downed two special operations helicopters and forced one AH-6 Little Bird to 
					crash-land in the Panama Canal. The aircraft was on a mission during Operation Just Cause. The aircraft 
					was in a flight of 4 MH-6 and 9 MH-60 on a pre-H Hour mission on a beach house located on the coast of 
					Colon, Panama.
				24679 (MSN 0130E) assigned Jun83 to B Company, 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers 
					Accident Jul 20, 1994. After completion of firing during aerial gunnery, the pilot initiated a right 
					turn away from the target and continued in a right descending turn when it impacted the ground and 
					exploded on Fort Campbell military reservation, Kentucky.
				24680 (MSN 0131E) Assigned Jun83 to B Company, 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers 
84-24681		Hughes AH-6F Cayuse
				Hughes Model 500E attack version for US Army Special Forces.  MSN 0132E.
				Later modified as AH-6G.   (160th SOAR) w/o Jun 23, 1988
84-24682		Hughes AH-6G Cayuse
				 Hughes Model 530MG attack version for US Army Special Forces.  MSN 0137E
				Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers.  (160th SOAR) w/o Oct 18, 1988.
84-24683/24684		Hughes AH-6F Cayuse
				Hughes Model 500E attack version for US Army Special forces.  Both later modified as AH-6G.
				24683 (MSN 0138E)  Assigned Nov 1984 to B Company, 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers. 
					Modified as MH-6J Nov 1991.  Modified as MH-6M Apr 2002.
					Damaged Sep 2004 Fort Campbell, KY, While conducting a series qualification, performing a standard 
					autorotation, the tail stinger and tail rotor contacted the runway surface
				24684 (MSN 0139E) assigned Nov 1984 to B Company, 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers. 
					Modified as AH-6J Nov 1991