1986 USAF Serial Numbers


Last revised October 2, 2016


86-0011/0026		Lockheed C-5B Galaxy
				0011 (MSN 500-0097) underwent AMP modifications.  22nd C-5M delivered.  Delivered on August 25, 2014 
					for 60th AMW at Travis AFB. 
				0012 transferred to Westover AFB
				0013 AMP (Avionics Modernization Program) modified at Dover AFB, 
					and RERP (Re-Engine and Reliability Program) mod at 
					Lockheed-Georgia.  AT RERP, estimated
					first flight Feb 6, 2006.  Converted to C-5M (conversion #1) following
					completion of AMP and RERP.  First
					fully upgraded C-5M rolled out at Lockheed Marietta May 16, 2006.
					First flight as C-5M made Jun 19, 2006.  Returned to service Feb 27, 2009
				0014 to 429th AW at Westover AFB.  there are photos of 0014 with 439th markings
				0015 to AMP modifications.  Converted to C-5M (28th conversion), returned to service Jul 7, 2015
					at Travis AFB.
				0016 (MSN 500-0102) underwent AMP modifications.  Named "City of Dixon" with 60th MAW in Nov 1989.  
					Converted to C-5M (32nd conversion) and delvered to USAF at Travis AFB
					Dec 9 2015.  The Air National Guard unit Stewart ANGB, NY refinishes the interiors of C-5Ms before
					redelivery to owning unit.  Now with 349th/60th Air Mobility Wing at Travis Air Force Base.
				0017 underwent AMP modifications, C-5M conversion #14.  Returned to service Dec 5, 2013.
				0018 (MSN 500-0104) underwent AMP modifications, transferred to Westover AFB
				0019 was named "The First State", but later moved to Westover AFB, and no nonger named as such.
					Undergoing C-5M conversion at Lockheed Martin
				0020 underwent AMP modifications, C-5M conversion #17, remaining at Dover AFB.  Returned to service
					Mar 15, 2014 with 436AW at Dover AFB.
				0021 (MSN 500-0107) underwent AMP modifications, transferred to Westover AFB.  With 439th AW in 2014.
					Undergoing C-5M conversion at Lockheed Martin
				0022 based at Travis AFB.  Underwent AMP modification at Dover AFB Oct 2006.  Was 24th C-5M conversion.
					Returned to service Feb 12, 2015 at Travis AFB.
				0023 was named "Spirit of the Blue Hen".  All markings have been removed
					due to pending transfer in Aug 2006 to Westover AFB.  Undergoing C-5M conversion at Lockheed Martin
				0024 (MSN 500-0110)underwent AMP modifications.  Converted to C-5M (34th conversion), returned to 
					service Apr 27, 2016 at Travis AFB
				0025 AMP modified at Dover AFB, and now at Robins AFB getting bugs
					worked out of it.  Converted to C-5M (2nd fully upgraded aircraft), made first flight
					as such Nov 17, 2006.  Completed type's second and final Integrated Systems
					Evaluation Jan 2009.  Delivered to 436th AW at Dover AFB Feb 9, 2009.
					Named "Spirit of Global Reach".  
				0026 has not gone through RERP.  Underwent AMP modifications.
					Still active at Travis AFB, CA.  Converted to C-5M and delivered to Travis AFB, CA Aug 5, 2015.
86-0027/0038		McDonnell Douglas KC-10A Extender
				MSN 48240/48251
				0027 (MSN 48240) named "Southern Knight" with 2nd BW in Jul 1988.
				0028 (MSN 48241) named “Metal Maiden” with 4th Wing in April 1992.
				0029 (MSN 48242) named "Black Knight" with 68th ARW in May 1989.
				0030 (MSN 48243) named “Lucky Lisa” with 68th ARW in November 1990.
				0031 (MSN 48244) named "Southern Comfort" with 68th ARW in Oct 1989 and "Muystic Warrior" with 60th AMW in
					Feb 2014.
				0033 (MSN 48246) named "Great Hawk" with 4th Wing in Jun 1992.
				0034 (MSN 48247/421) named "Free Bird" with 4th Wing Oct 1992
				0035 (MSN 48248) named “Iron Mistress” with 4th Wing in November 1991.
				0036 (MSN 48249) named "Peacemaker" with 4th Wing in Aug 1992.
				0037 (MSN 48250)  named “Lone Wolf” with 4th Wing in May 1992.
				0038 (MSN 48251) Named “Shady J Express” with 4th Wing in April 1992.
86-0039/0041		General Dynamics F-16D Block 32C Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5D-43/45.
				0039 flew with Thunderbirds.  By 2010 was at Sheppard AFB as GF-16D instructional airframe.
				0040 (944th FW) crashed on Avon Range, Florida Sept 12, 
					1998 while on practice gunnery mission.  Pilot killed (noone in rear seat)
				0041 flew with Thunderbirds.  To AMARC as AAFG06XX Feb 26, 2010.
86-0042/0043		General Dynamics F-16D Block 30C Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5D-46/47
				0042 named "The Deuce" with Iowa ANG in 2001.  To AMARC Apr 30, 2010.
				0043 to 119th FS, 177th FW, New Jersey ANG
86-0044/0047		General Dynamics F-16D Block 30D Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5D-48/51
				0045 (8th TFW, 35th FS) crashed due to engine failure off Bangojin, Korea Jul 17, 1991. Both crew ejected safely.
				0046 assigned to 20th FW Montana ANG.
				0047 assigned to 178th FW, Ohio ANG.
86-0048			General Dynamics NF-16D Block 30F Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 1V-1
				Variable In-Flight Stability Test Aircraft (VISTA).  Now at USAF test Pilot School 
					at Edwards AFB.  Used 1988/1992 as VISTA, then 1993/4 for MATV
					(Multi Axis Thrust Vectoring) program, fitted with exisymmetric
					thrust vectoring nozzle.  Announced Ded 9, 2008 that the
					aircraft recently made a landing completely under computer
					control.
86-0049/0053		General Dynamics F-16D Block 30E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5D-52/56
86-0054			General Dynamics F-16A Block 15Y OCU Fighting Falcon 
				Built by Fokker for Holland (J-054)  (315th Sqn) crashed due engine failure at Hengelo,
					Netherland Feb 11, 1992.  Pilot ejected safely.
86-0055/0061		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15AA OCU Fighting Falcon 
				Built by Fokker for Holland (J-055/061) 
				0055 (MSN 6D-138, J-055) has undergone mid-life update and now 
					designated F-16AM 
				0056 (J-056) (315th Sqn) crashed near Javinque, Belgium Apr 19, 1989. Pilot ejected safely.
				0057 (MSN 6D-140, J-057) has undergone mid-life update and now
					designated F-16AM
				0058 (MSN 6D-141, J-058) has undergone mid-life update and now
					designated F-16AM
				0059 (MSN 6D-142, J-059) underwent mid-life update and regesignated
					F-16AM.  (315th Sqn) collidied in midair with Piper PA-28 PH-BLY and crashed near Hoeven 
					Dec 22, 1999. Pilot ejected safely, both in the Piper killed.
				0060 (MSN 6D-143, J-060) underwent mid-life update and regesignated
					F-16AM.
				0061 (MSN 6D-144, J-061) underwent mid-life update and regesignated
					F-16AM.    
86-0062/0063		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15AC OCU Fighting Falcon 
				Built by Fokker for Holland (J-062/063) 
				0062 (MSN 6D-145, J-062) underwent mid-life update and regesignated
					F-16AM.  
				0063 (MSN 6D-146, J-063) underwent mid-life update and regesignated
					F-16AM.  
86-0064			General Dynamics F-16B Block 15Y OCU Fighting Falcon
				Built by Fokker for Holland (MSN 6E-33,J-064).  Underwent mid-life
					update and now designated F-16BM
86-0065			General Dynamics F-16B Block 15AA OCU Fighting Falcon
				Built by Fokker for Holland (MSN 6E-34, J-065).  Underwent mid-life
					update and now designated F-16BM
86-0066/0072		General Dynamics F-16C Block 30B Fighting Falcon  
				MSN 4R-1/7.  For Turkey under Peace Onyx I as THK 86-0066/0072
				First two built by Fort Worth, rest by TAI
				0067 (143 Filo) crashed near Dinar Jul 5, 1991. Pilot killed.
86-0073/0077		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15Y OCU Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 6H-97/101.  Built by SABCA for Belgium. (BAF serials FA-97/101).
				Have all gone through mid-life update and now designated F-16AM
86-0078/0083		Beechcraft C-12J Huron 
				MSN UD-001/006.
				0080 attached to 586FLTS/46TW (Holloman AFB) : 2013
86-0084/0089		Beechcraft C-12F Huron
				MSN BP-64/69.  These have also been reported as C-12Js with MSNs UD-007/012.  Photo of 86-0089
					shows that it is a C-12F, not a C-12J.  This all suggests that any report of 86-0084 to 86-0089 as C-12Js
					was erroneously based on a bad assumption of extension of the C-12J
					batch 86-0078 to 86-0083.
86-0090/0091		Northrop F-5F Tiger II 
				To Singapore as 860,861
86-0092			Beech King Air 90 confiscated by US DEA
				MSN LJ-159. Sequence of identities (oldest first) is N288RG, N108RJ, N27465, 
					N7078S, N50525, 86-0092, N50525
86-0093/0140		Rockwell B-1B Lancer Lot V
				Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0093 (MSN 53) named "Ruthless Raven"  with 28th BW in Aug 1989.  Converted to Block D Aug 1999.  
					To AMARC as BT0029 Jun 9, 2008.  Returned to service May/June 2008.
				0094 named "Nighthawk" with 28th BW in May 1989.  To AMARC as BT0027 Jul 15, 2008.
					Returned to service.
				0095 (MSN 55) named "Mystique" with 28th BW in Sep 1989.
				0096 (MSN 56) to AMARC Sep 17, 2002 as BT0009.  Is in inviolate storage.
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Was named "Thunder Child" with 28th BW in May 1989.  
					Named "Wolfpack" in 1997 with 37th BS/28th BW.
				0097 (MSN 57) converted to Block D 1999, also had Towed Decoy System installed.
					Naqmed "Iron Eagle" with 319th BW in Apr 1991.
					To AMARC Apr 30, 2003 as BT0016.  Was returned to service Sep 2, 2004 with 7th BW.
				0098 (MSN 58) named "Freedom One" with 28th BW in Oct 1988.  To Block D Dec 1999.  In 2010 was on display 
					at Warner Robins museum, named "Midnight Train".
				0099 named "Ghost Rider" with 28th BW in May 1988.  Collided with flight of ducks over Montana Sep 19, 1990.  
					Landed safely.  Converted to Block D by Dec 1999.  With 28th BW, experienced a
					fire in No 3 engine after takeoff from Ellsworth AFB Mar 20, 2008.
					Engine shut down and aircraft landed safely.
				0100 (MSN 60) named "The Phantom" with 96th Wing in Sep 1991.  To AMARC Sep 26, 2012
				0101 (MSN 61) named "Iron Butterflyu" with 28th BW in Jul 1988.  Named "Low-Level Devil" with 
					384th Wing May 1992
				0102 (MSN 62) named "Lady Hawk" with 28th BW in Aug 1989, named "Bad Moon Rising" in Sep 2002 with 28th BW.
				0103 (MSN 63) named "The Reluctant Dragon" with 23rd BS, 7th BW in May 1994.
					To AMARC as BT0020 Feb 15, 2008.  By Mar 2008 had returned to service with 7th BW.
				0104 converted to Block D 1999, also had Towed Decoy System installed.
				0105 (MSN 65) Named “Snake Eyes” with 319th Wing in April 1992.   Converted to Block D Nov 1999.  In April 2004 named \
					“8th Chadwick” with 28th BS.
				0106 in midair collision with KC-135R over Nebraksa Mar 24, 1992.  Landed
					safely.  Was repaired.  With 7th BW, 337th BS, crashed into a mountain 
					near Van Horn, TX Nov 30, 1992 because the pilot interrupted the 
					terrain-following radar.  All four crewmembers killed.
				0107 (MSN 67) was first B-1 to Grand Forks AFB, ND Oct 26, 1987. Named "Valkyries" wih 319th BW in Apr 1991.
					To AMARC as BT0019 Feb 8, 2008.  By Mar 2008 had returned to service with 7th BW.
				0108 (MSN 68) named "Hawk" with 319th BW in Apr 1991.  later with 28th BS, 7th BW at Dyess AFB.
				0109 (MSN 69) named "Spectre" with 28th BW in Jul 1988.  To AMARC as BT0024 Apr 1, 2008.  Must have 
					been returned to service as was seen Jan 2009 at RAF Mildenhall.
				0110 (MSN 70) named "Sunrise Surprise" with 319th BW in Apr 1991
				0111 (MSN 71) named "Ace in the Hole" with 319th BW in 1990.  Named "Dakota Lightning" with 37th BS/28th BW in 1996.
				0112 9MSN 72) named "Vanna" with 96th BW in Nov 1989.
				0113 (MSN 73) to AMARC as BT0025 Apr 2008.  Was only there for modifications, left Jul 2008
				0114 (MSN 74) named "Wolfhound" with 319th BW in May 1989.  With 38th BW, 37th BS ditched 
					30 mi N. of Diego Garcia, Operation Enduring Freedom, Dec 12, 2001.  
					Crew ejected safely.  the cause was undetermined.  This was the first B-1B to be 
					lost during combat operations.
				0115 (MSN 75) named "Top Secret" with 319th BW in Apr 1991. Named "The Last Laugh" in May 2006 with 28th BW.
					 To AMARC as BT0026 Apr 28, 2008.  Returned to service Apr/May 2008.
				0116 (MSN 76) named "Victress" with 319th BW in Apr 1991.
					(28th BW, 37th EBS) while taxiing after landing at Al Udeid AB, Qatar
					Apr 4, 2008, hydraulic failure caused brakes to fail and aircraft to veer off
					runway and catch fire.  Crew evacuated safely.
				0117 (MSN 77) named "Pride of North Dakota" with 319th BW in Apr 1991.
					Named "Night Stalker" with 28th BS, 7th BW in Jul 1998.  To AMARC as BT0018 Nov 27, 2007.  
					Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.   Left AMARC for return to service
					with 9th BS May 2008
				0118 (MSN 78) named "Iron Mistress" with 319th BW in Apr 1991.  Converted to Block D Dec 1999.
				0119 (MSN 79) named "Spud" with 319th BW in Oct 1988.  Named "Christine" with 419th BW in Apr 1991.
				0120 (MSN 80) named "Mad Dawg" with 319th BW in Apr 1991.
				0121 (MSN 81) named "Zeppelin" with 319th BW in Apr 1991.
				0122 (MSN 82) named "Excalibur" with 46th BW, 319th BW in Jun 1990.
				0123 (MSN 83) named "Lester" with 319th BW May 1989.  Named "High Noon" with 319th BW in Apr 1991.
				0124 was first B-1 to McConnell AFB, KS Jan 4, 1988.  Last aircraft to leave
					Robins AFB, GA as part of 116th BW Georgia ANG Jun 22, 2002.  Named "Georgia Guardian" with 128th BS, Georgia
					ANG in Apr 2001.
				0125 (MSN 85) named "Shack Attack" with 384th BW in Oct 1988.  (28th BW, "Swift Justice") suffered engine bleed 
					air duct rupture during training mission Dec 4, 2007, which irreparably damaged upper center longeron.  Landed
					safely at Ellsworth AFB, SD.  Longeron is unique to each individual B-1 so
					replacement had to be made from scratch.  Made first flight after repair
					May 18, 2009.
				0126 (MSN 86) named "Hungry Devil" with 28th BS, 7th BW in May 1996.
				0127 (MSN 87) named "Freedom Bird" with 384th BW Sep 1988.  To AMARC as BT0032 Jun 19, 2008.  Returned to service.
				0128 (MSN 88) suffered engine explosion Oct 14, 1990.  Landed safely.  
					To AMARC Mar 31, 2003 as BT0015.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008.  Was named "Dakota Fury" with 28th BW
					in Jul 1998.
				0129 (MSN 89) named "Pegasus" with 384th BW in Jun 1991.
					(28th BW, 34th EBS) following bombing mission over Iraq Mar 31, 2003
					ground crew found 2 failed rivet in bombbay ejector rack, apparently
					caused by unevenly distributed bombload.  Class A damage.
				0130 (MSN 90) named "Sweet Revenge" with 384th BW in Aug 1989, named "Bad Company" with 28th BS/7th BW in 1995.  
					To AMARC Sep 26, 2012.
				0131 (MSN 91) to AMARC Sep 6, 2002 as BT0007.  Still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008
				0132 (MSN 92) (7th BW, "Oh Hard Luck") made wheels-up landing at Diego Garcia AB May 8, 2006.  It seems that
					the crew forgot to lower the undercarriage prior to landing.  Aircraft name was already in place
					before the accident, so it is unrelated to the accident.
				0133 (MSN 93) named "Black Hills Bandit" with 28th BW in Jun 1993.
					(7th BW, 9th BS) damaged Aug 26, 2007 due to engine fire in
					No 4 Engine during mission over Afghanistan.  Made 3 engined
					flight to RAF Fairford, UK where it will be repaired.  Repairs
					completed at RAF Fairford, and made first flight Mar 27, 2008.  Departed
					RAF Fairford Apr 3, 2008 for USA
				0135 (MSN 95) named "The Watchdog" with 384th Wing May 1992.
				0136 to AMARC as BT0021 Feb 2008.  Left AMARC for return to service with 7th BW Apr 2008.
				0137 (MSN 97) named "Wichita Express" with 384th BW in Jun 1991.
				0138 (MSN 98) named "Grand Illusion II" with 384th Wing in Oct 1991.
					Dropped JDAMs on suspected Saddam site during Operation Iraqi Freedom, Apr 9, 2003.
					With 28th BW, crew declared emergency after aircraft took
					off from Andersen AFB, Guam Mar 6, 2008.  Aircraft returned
					and landed safely.  Crew exited aircraft after halting it
					on taxiway, but aircraft then rolled into two emergency
					vehicles.  Significant damage to one wing.
				0139 (40th AEG, 34th EBS) skidded off runway while landing at Diego Garcia Feb 26, 2004.  Damage to
					engines and landing gear.  Was named "Gallant Warrior" with 384th BW in Apr 1989.
86-0141			Hughes AH-6F Cayuse 
				Model 531F Defender acquired by USAF.  Converted to AH-6G
86-0142			Cessna 185 confiscated by US DEA
86-0143/0162		McDonnell Douglas F-15C-41-MC Eagle
				0143 MSN 0988/C371.  Assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW, Florida ANG
				0144 MSN 0989/C372.  Assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW, Florida ANG
				0145 MSN 0991/C373.  Assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW, Florida ANG
				0146 MSN 0992/C374.  Assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW, Florida ANG
				0147 MSN 0993/C375
				0148 MSN 0995/C376.  Assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW, Florida ANG
				0149 MSN 0996/C377.  Assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW, Florida ANG
				0150 MSN 0997/C378.  (390th FS, 366th WG) crashed during mission from Mountain Home AFB Aug 27, 1996
				0151 MSN 0998/C379.  with 123rd FS, 142nd FW of Oregon ANG
				0152 MSN 0999/C380.  With 390th FS, 366 WG in 2010.  transferred to 159th FS, 125th FG, Florida ANG
				0153 MSN 1000/C381.  (59th TFS, 33rd TFW) crashed into Gulf of Mexico Dec 26, 1989.
				0154 MSN 1001/C382.  With 493rd FS, 48th FW at RAF Lakenheath
				0155 MSN 1002/C383.  With 159th FS, 125th FW of Florida ANG
				0156 MSN 1003/C384.  Flown by Capt Jeffrey Hwang (48th FW, 493rd FS) shot down 
					two JRV MiG-29s Mar 26, 1999 with AIM-120As during Operation Allied Force.
				0157 MSN 1004/C385
				0158 MSN 1005/C386
				0159 MSN 1006/C387.  Flown by Capt. Michael Shower (48th FW, 493rd FS) shot 
					down one JRV MiG-29 Mar 24, 1999 with AIM-120As during Operation Allied Force.
					A second MiG-29 was fired at and was thought to have been damaged, but was never 
					verified.  With 493rd FS, 48th FW at RAF Lakenheath.
				0160 MSN 1007/C388
				0161 MSN 1008/C389.  With 159th FS, 125th FW of Florida ANG
				0162 MSN 1009/C390.  With 159th FS, 125th FW of Florida ANG
86-0163/0180		McDonnell Douglas F-15C-42-MC Eagle
				0163 MSN 1010/C391 to 493rd FS, 48th FW at Lakenheath, UK
				0164 MSN 1011/C392.  With 493rd FS, 48th FW at RAF Lakenheath, UK
				0165 MSN 1013/C393
				0166 MSN 1014/C394.  Delivered Nov 3, 1989 to Eglin AFB, FL, last F-15C/D to be delivered to USAF.
					To 493rd FS, 48th FW at Lakenheath, UK
				0167 MSN 1016/C395.  With 493rd FS, 48th FW at RAF Lakenheath, UK
				0168 MSN 1017/C396
				0169 MSN 1018/C397. Flown by Lt. Col Cesar Rodriguez (48th FW, 493rd FS) shot
					down JRV MiG 29 Mar 24, 1999 during Operation Allied Force.
				 	(48th FW, 493rd FS) crashed in Cairngorm Mountains of
					Scotland Mar 26, 2001, probably after midair collision with
					86-0180 of same unit.  Both pilots killed.
				0170 MSN 1019/C398
				0171 MSN 1020/C399
				0172 MSN 1021/C400.  With 493rd FS, 48th FW at RAF Lakenheath, UK
				0173 MSN 1023/C401.  (493rd FS, 48th FW) crashed Aug 3, 2000, Nellis Range.  
					Pilot ejected safely.
				0174 MSN 1024/C402.
				0175 MSN 1025/C403.
				0176 MSN 1027/C404.  (48th FW, 492nd FS) suffered explosion in one engine after
					takeoff from Lakenheath, UK Aug 1, 2002.  Made successful
					emergency landing.  Aircraft was repaired.
				0177 MSN 1028/C405.  Assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW, Florida ANG
				0178 MSN 1029/C406.
				0179 MSN 1032/C407.  Assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW, Florida ANG
				0180 MSN 1033/C408.  (48th FW, 493rd FS) crashed in Cairngorm Mountains of
					Scotland 3/26/2001, probably after midair collision with
					86-0169 of same unit.  Both pilots killed.
86-0181/0182		McDonnell Douglas F-15D-41-MC Eagle
				0181 MSN 0990/D061.  Assigned to 159th FS, 125th FW, Florida ANG
				0182 MSN 0994/D062
86-0183/0184		McDonnell Douglas F-15E-41-MC Strike Eagle
				0183 MSN 0986/E001.  In use 2004 as technology demonstrator for SLAM-ER missile and AWW-13K data 
					link pod in support of Republic of Korea F-16K programme.  Modified to become a F-15SE Silent Eagle
					demonstrator with a conformal weapons bay
				0184 MSN 0987/E002
86-0185/0190		McDonnell Douglas F-15E-42-MC Strike Eagle
				0185 MSN 1012/E003
				0186 MSN 1015/E004
				0187 MSN 1022/E005
				0188 MSN 1026/E006
				0189 MSN 1030/E007
				0190 MSN 1031/E008
86-0191/0196		General Dynamics F-16D Block 30B Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 4S-1/6.  Built by Fort Worth for Turkey as THK serials 86-0191/0196 
				0191 (143 Filo) crashed in mountainous region Mar 3, 2005 shortly after takeoff
					from Eskisehir AB.   Both crew killed.
86-0197/0199		General Dynamics F-16B Block 15Y OCU Fighting Falcon  
				Built by Fokker for Royal Danish AF.  The L-xxx MSN is issued by Fokker.
				0197 (MSN 6G-13/L-238) to Royal Danish AF Dec 31, 1987 as 860197, code E197.  Upgraded to F-16B Block 20
					standard at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16BM
   				0198 (MSN 6G-14/L-241) to Royal Danish AF Feb 29, 1988 as 860198, code E198.  Upgraded to F-16B Block 20
					standard at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16BM
				0199 (MSN 6G-15/L-244) to Royal Danish AF Apr 29, 1988 as 860199, code E199.  Upgraded to F-16B Block 20
					standard at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16BM
86-0200/0206		Gulfstream C-20B
				Commercial Model G-1159A Gulfstream III for USAF.  Design studies were performed jointly by Grumman 
					and Gulfstream American
				0200 (MSN 465) ex N17586. Traded back to Gulfstream May 8, 2000 as N465GA.  
					To Fuerza Aerea de Chile as FAC 911.  On US civil regisry as N35GZ.
				0201 (MSN 470) ex N344GA.  Now at National Museum of USAF, Dayton, Ohio
				0202 (MSN 468) ex N342GA.  Now owned by National Museum of USAF, Dayton, Ohio but stored at AMARC until the
					museum decides where it will be displayed.
				0203 (MSN 475) ex N312GA engine cought fire at Andrews AFB, MD Aug 25, 2003.  Plane
					is still in service.
				0204 (MSN 476) ex N314GA
				0205 (MSN 477) ex N317GA.  To US Coast Guard as 01.  Now replaced by C-37A MSN 653 ex N527GA, also 
					serialled 01
				0206 (MSN 478) ex N318GA
86-0207/0209		General Dynamics F-16C Block 30C Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-313/315
				0207 to AMARC Apr 29, 2010
				0208 to AMARC Apr 29, 2010
				0209 to AMARC Sep 22, 2010
86-0210/0215		General Dynamics F-16C Block 32C Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-316/321
				0213 (302nd TFS) w/o Feb 20, 1988, Barry Goldwater range. Pilot killed
86-0216			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30C Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-322
86-0217/0218		General Dynamics F-16C Block 32C Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-323/324
				0217 to AMARC May 31, 2012.
86-0219			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30C Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-325
86-0220			General Dynamics F-16C Block 32C Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-326
86-0221/0235		General Dynamics F-16C Block 30C Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-327/341.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0221 to AMARC Jul 8, 2010.
				0222 (192nd TFG, 149th FS) crashed Byrd IAP, Richmond, VA Dec 3, 1993.
					Plane rebuilt and returned to service.
				0223 to AMARC Aug 2, 2010.
				0224 to AMARC May 20, 2010
				0225 to AMARC Oct 14, 2010.
				0226 (181st FW, 113rd FS) crashed near Parkersburg, IL Jul 26, 2001.  Pilot ejected safely.
					Cause of loss was seizure of no. 4 engine bearing.
				0228 to AMARC May 26, 2010
				0233 (MSN 5C-339) to AMARC Apr 22, 2010.  To QF-16C drone #QF-007 with 82ATS at Tyndall
				0234 to AMARC May 6, 2010
				0235 to AMARC Jul 14, 2010
86-0236			General Dynamics F-16C Block 32C Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-342
86-0237			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30C Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-343.  Named "Leader of the Pack" with South Dakota ANG in 2001.To AMARC May 13, 2010
86-0238/0241		General Dynamics F-16C Block 32C Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-344/347
86-0242/0249		General Dynamics F-16C Block 30C Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-348/355.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0242 (192nd FW, 149th FS) damaged in accident Dec 26, 2000 that was caused
					by uncommanded undercarriage retraction just after touchdown.
					Noted early 2005 as being under repair at Hill AFB using
					parts from F-16N 163571.
				0245 to AMARC Jul 26, 2010.
				0247 (52nd TFW, 23rd TFS) crashed due to engine failure at Burbach, West Germany Jun 29, 1988.  Pilot ejected safely.
				0248 named "Grim Reaper" with South Dakota ANG in 2001.  To AMARC Jul 16, 2010.
				0249 named "Exterminator" ith Iowa ANG in 2001.  To AMARC May 7, 2010.
86-0250/0253		General Dynamics F-16C Block 32C Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-356/359
				0250 (414th CTS) crashed Aug 10, 1993, Nevada test range.  Pilot killed.
				0253 (302nd FS) collidied midair with another F-16 and crashed at Gila Gend, AZ Sep 27, 1993.
86-0254/0255		General Dynamics F-16C Block 30C Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-360/361.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0254 to AMARC Jun 23, 2010.
86-0256/0257		General Dynamics F-16C Block 32C Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-362/363
				0257 (93rd FS) crashed following collision with F-16D over the Gulf of Mexico Mar 18, 1997. Pilot ejected safely.
86-0258/0261		General Dynamics F-16C Block 30C Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-364/367.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0258 to AMARC Jul 28, 2010.
				0260 (181st FW, 113rd FS) collided with F-16C 85-155 May 17, 2004 over
					Wabash River, IL/IN border and crashed.  Pilot of one aircraft killed
					as parachute did not deploy fully.  Other pilot survived.
					Cause of accident was loss of situational awareness by pilot
					of 2nd aircraft in formation who mistook 3rd aircraft for
					lead aircraft.
				0261 to AMARC Jul 14, 2010.
86-0262/0268		General Dynamics F-16C Block 30D Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-368/374
				0262 (MSN 5C-368) shot down MiG 23 that was challenging the no-fly zone over Iraq Jan 17, 1993.
				0264 (MSN 5C-370, 482nd FW/93rd FS) severely damaged when
					ran off runway at Balad AB, Iraq Oct 9, 2005 following
					burst tire.
				0266 (8th FW, 80th FS) in collision with 88-0403 Aug 11, 1999 near Kunsan AB, Korea.  Survived
					and was repaired.
86-0269			General Dynamics F-16C Block 32D Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-375.  Was the F-16 that collided in midair with
					F-15C 83-0017 of 1st FW/71st FS0 over Pacific Alaska
					Range Complex Jun 11, 2007.  The F-15 crashed but the F-16
					landed safely at Eielson AFB, AK.
86-0270			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30D Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-376
86-0271/0273		General Dynamics F-16C Block 32D Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-377/379
86-0274/0278		General Dynamics F-16C Block 30D Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-380/384
				0274 (8th TFW) crashed west of Clark AB, Philippines Feb 14, 1989.
					Pilot killed.
				0276 w/o Feb 13, 1989
				0277 (8th FW, 35th FS) damaged on landing at Kimbae IAP, Pusan, South Korea Mar 18, 1999.  Repaired.
86-0279/0281		General Dynamics F-16C Block 32D Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-385/387
				0281 flew with Thunderbirds.  By 2010 was at Sheppard AFB as GF-16C instructional airframe
86-0282			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30D Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-388
				0282 (8th FW/80th FS) damaged while being towed at Kunsan AB, South
					Korea Jun 21, 2004.
86-0283			General Dynamics F-16C Block 32D Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-389
86-0284			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30D Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-390
				27th FW 523rd FS crashed July 12, 1999 due to engine failure.  Pilot ejected successfully.
86-0285			General Dynamics F-16C Block 32D Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-391
86-0286/0290		General Dynamics F-16C Block 30D Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-392/396
				0290 with 18th AGRS, 354th FW, Eielson AFB, Alaska
86-0291/0292		General Dynamics F-16C Block 32D Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-397/398
				0291 with 64th Aggressor Squadron, Nellis AFB, Nevada in 2010
86-0293/0295		General Dynamics F-16C Block 30D Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-399/401
86-0296			General Dynamics F-16C Block 32D Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-402
86-0297/0298		General Dynamics F-16C Block 30D Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-403/404
				0297 (35th TFS) crashed into the Yellow Sea off South Korea Jan 29, 1989. Pilot ejected and rescued.
86-0299			General Dynamics F-16C Block 32D Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-405
86-0300/0316		General Dynamics F-16C Block 30D Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-406/422
				0300 (8th TFW, 35th TFS) destroyed S of Kunsan AB, South Korea Dec 26, 1989.
				0311 (401st TFW) crashed in Spain Mar 14, 1989 after colliding
					with F-16C 86-0312.  One pilot killed, one ejected.
				0312 (401st TFW) crashed in Spain Mar 14, 1989 after colliding
					with F-16C 86-0311.  One pilot killed, one ejected.
				0313 (27th FW, 523rd FS) crashed in Gulf of Mexico Dec 13, 2000
					east of Panama City, FL due to engine failure and subsequent
					fire.  Pilot ejected safely.
				0316  (401st TFW, 612nd TFS) crashed during attempted forced landing after a technical failure near Chiloeches, 
					N of Madrid, Spain Dec 5, 1988. Pilot Maj.Gen. Winfield S. Harpe killed.
86-0317/0371		General Dynamics F-16C Block 30E Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-423/477.  Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com
				0324 (MSN 5C-430) with 27th FW, 523rd FS crashed 30 mi SW of Fort Summer, NM Sep 1, 1988.
					Pilot ejected safely.
				0325 (120th FS) crashed due engine failure Laramie, NY Nov 9, 1993.
				0236 (160th FS, 187th FW, Alabama ANG, now deployed at Azrac AB, Jordan)
				0328 (186th FS, Montana ANG) ran off runway Jul 10, 2004 while
					landing at Balad AB, Iraq.  Heavily damaged.
				0329 (612nd TFS) flamed out and crashed Diyarbakir, Turkey Feb 20, 1991. Pilot ejected.
				0333 with 119th FS, 177th FW of New Jersey ANG
				0343  (23rd FS) crashed into the Adriatic Sea Aug 11, 1993. Pilot ejected safely.
				0344 (613rd TFS) the pilot forgot to switch to an other fuel tank and crashed near Incirlik, Turkey Oct 18, 1988. 
					Pilot ejected safely.
				0348 (187th FW, 160th FS, Alabama ANG) crashed due to engine failure near Bobby Chain Apt,
					Hattiesburg, MS Sep 11, 2002.  Pilot ejected safely.
				0354 (8th TFW, 80th TFS) crashed 60 mi from Taegu, South Korea Oct 23, 1990. Pilot ejected safely.
				0357 (121st FS, District of Columbia ANG) in midair collision with another F-16C over Atlantic Ocean
					Aug 1, 2013.  Pilot forced to eject.  I don't know the fate of the other plane
				0359 to AMARC Sep 22, 2010.
				0361 (MSN 5C-467) w/o Mar 19, 1996
86-0372/0373		Lockheed C-130H Hercules
				0372 (MSN 382-5108) to Japan Air Self Defense Force as 75-1077
				0373 (MSN 382-5109) to Japan Air Self Defense Force as 75-1078
86-0374/0377		Gates Learjet C-21A 
				commercial Model 35A purchased for ANG
				0376 (MSN 35A-628) was N3810G before going to the military.  After military
					service it became N6288L, then N628WJ, then CX-VRH, then N628DC, then
					N628GZ.  Registered Jul 2006 to Ducair SA (Luxembourg Air Rescue)
					as LX-TWO.
86-0378			General Dynamics F-16A Block 15AA OCU Fighting Falcon
				MSN 2J-1.  to Thailand as 10305 under Peace Naresuan I
86-0379/0381		General Dynamics F-16B Block 15AA OCU Fighting Falcon
				MSN 2K1/3.  to Thailand as 10301/10303 under Peace Naresuan I
				0380 (MSN 2K-02) still active Jan 2013 with Royal Thai AF.
86-0382/0387		McDonnell Douglas MD.530FF Defender
				Model 530F (369F) hot and high version of the 500E.  Sold to Colombia
86-0388			Northrop F-5F Tiger II 
				MSN IH.1008.  To Singapore as 862
86-0389			Lockheed C-130H Hercules
				Contract cancelled

86-0402			Grumman G-159 Gulfstream I
				Gulfstream 1 MSN 2. Does not have a military designation.
				Some databases list this plane as being confiscated by DEA, but the
				records have this plane as being originally N702SG, leased to FAA 
				as N1, later purchased by them and registered N3, later purchased
				by Army Corps of Engineers Apr 28, 1966 and registered N3003,
				later as N40CE, later N42CE, then back to N40CE,
				then to Gulfstream Feb 1981 as N116GA, then to N39PP, and
				converted to Gulfstream IC.  Then appears to have become N30
				before becoming 86-0402. Assigned to Fort Shafter and based at Wheeler AFB, Hawaii
				in 1988.  Broken up Sep 30, 1990.
				Feb 2008 Air Forces Monthly gives the history as originally N702SG,
				leased to FAA J			
86-0403			Gulfstream C-20C 
				Gulfstream III MSN 473 ex N326GA.  Purchased by USAF for "special missions".  To AMARC Dec 2013.
86-0404			Schweizer RG-8A
				MSN 3, Model SA 2-378A, registered N9237A Aug 15, 1986.  Modified SGM 2-37 motor glider for Army 
					*Grisly Hunter* reconnaissance project.  To US Coast Guard in 1989 as 8102.    
86-0405/0409		Northrop F-5E Tiger II 
				To Singapore as 870/874
86-0410/0415		Lockheed C-130H Hercules
				0410 (MSN 382-5094) named "City of Pittsubrgh" with 758th TAS Jul 1989.
				0411 (MSN 382-5097)
				0412 (MSN 382-5098, 440th AW/95th AS) made emergency belly landing in barren field
					NE of Baghdad IAP Jun 27, 2008.  No injuries, but aircraft was
					a total loss and was destroyed on site by explosives.   For some reason, during
					aircraft lifrtoff, the defensive system activated and power on engines 1,3, and 4 reduced
					by 40 percent, and aircraft struck ground with gear only partially extended.
				0413 (MSN 382-5100) named “City of Pittsburgh” with 758th Airlift Squadron in September 1992.
				0414 (MSN 382-5102)
				0415 (MSN 382-5105)
86-0416/0417		Grumman E-8A JSTARS
				Two ex-airline 707-300s to serve as prototypes for the JSTARS (Joint 
					Surveillance Target Attack Radar System) developed by Grumman. 
				Sometimes unofficially referred to as EC-18Cs, since they were
					maintained using C-18 support equipment.
				0416 (T-1) MSN 19626, former Boeing 707-338C delivered in
					1968 to Qantas as VH-EAF, then HL7432, then N770JS.
					Later rep-[roled as TE-18A trainer.
				0417 (T-2) MSN 19574, former Boeing 707-323C delivered
					to American Airlines as N8411, then N707MR, N8411,
					N780JS.  Reported as being crapped at Northrop Grumman, Melbourne FL,
					but AFM has this plane used as testbed by Northrop Grumman
					and is to be fitted with JT8D engines for flight test.
86-0418/0419		Lockheed C-130H Hercules
				0418 (MSN 382-5110)
				0419 (MSN 382-5113, AFRC/911th AW, 758th AS) undercarriage failed during approach to
					Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico Mar 21, 2001 and starboard wing was damaged
					and fire broke out in number 4 engine.  May be repairable.  Seen
					coming through Prestwick Jun 13, 2007.  Has received a new wing from AMARC and back in
					service by Oct 2010.
86-0420/0422		Lockheed HC-130H Hercules
				All to US Coast Guard.
				0420 (MSN 382-5104) to US Coast Guard as 1717
				0421 (MSN 382-5106) to US Coast Guard as 1718
				0422 (MSN 382-5107) to US Coast Guard as 1719
86-0423/0437		Raytheon AIM-120A AMRAAM missiles
86-0438/0449		Morton Thiokol LGM-118A Peacekeeper
				Land-based ICBM built by Boeing, Martin Marietta, TRW, and the Denver Aerospace Company.  Thiokol built the
					first state. Also known as the MX missile (for Missile-eXperimenta)
86-0450/0459		Fairchild C-26A Metro III
				0452 (MSN AC-740B) to Venezuelan AF as 1964
				0453 to Mexican AF
				0454 to Barbados Defense Force as RSS-A1, noted May 11 2016
				0455 (MSN AC-745B) to Venezualan AF as 0009
				0456 to Mexican AF
				0458 to Mexican AF
				0459 to Mexican AF.

86-0501/0600		General Dynamics AGM-129A

86-0821/0823		Lockheed F-117A Nighthawk
				Some references have these in FY 1985.  They are listed there
					as well until this question is resolved.
				0822 w/o May 10, 1995,near Zuni, NM. Capt Kenneth Levens killed
				0823 (MSN A.4061)

86-0837/0840		Lockheed F-117A Nighthawk

86-0850/0899		Ryan BQM-34A target drones

86-1391/1398		Lockheed C-130H Hercules
				for Missouri ANG, 139th AW. 
				1391 (MSN 382-5093) named “Spirit of St. Joseph” with 180th Tactical Airlift Squadron Missouri ANG in July 1987. 
				1392 (MSN 382-5095) In October 2014 with 154th TS Arkansas ANG and to AMARC on July 7, 2016. 
				1393 (MSN 382-5096)  In October 2014 with 154th TS Arkansas ANG and to AMARC on June 27, 2016. 
				1394 (MSN 382-5099) In October 2014 with 154th TS Arkansas ANG and to AMARC on June 21, 2016. 
				1395 (MSN 382-5101)
				1396 (MSN 382-5103)
				1397 (MSN 382-5111)
				1398 (MSN 382-5112)

86-1586/1589		General Dynamics F-16C Block 32C Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 5A-11/14.  For South Korea as RoKAF serials 86-586/589 under Peace Bridge I
86-1590/1593		General Dynamics F-16C Block 32D Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 5A-15/18.  For South Korea as RoKAF serials 86-590/593 under Peace Bridge I
86-1594/1597		General Dynamics F-16C Block 32E Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 5A-19/22.  For South Korea as RoKAF serials 86-594/597 under Peace Bridge I
86-1598/1601		General Dynamics F-16C Block 30 Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 4J-1/4J-4.  For Israel under Peace Marble II as 301, 304, 305, 307
86-1602/1612		General Dynamics F-16C Block 30A Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 4J-5/4J-15.  For Israel under Peace Marble II as 309,310,315,317,318,321,324,326,332,333, and 337 under Peace Marble II.
				1603 crashed into side of a water reservoir near Moshav-Ram-On Feb 24, 2003 due to engine troubles.  
					Pilot ejected safely.   Israel grounded its entire F-16 fleet for a short period of time  

86-1683			Beech King Air 90 MSN LJ-129 confiscated by US DEA
				Sequence of identities (oldest first) is N714K, N714KL, N333GG, 86-1683, N7202L, N129LA
86-1684/1695		General Dynamics F-16N Block 30E Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 3M-11/22.  For US Navy BuNo 163566/163577

86-1699			Lockheed MC-130H Hercules 
				MSN 382-5026.  Named "Merlin's Magic" with 7th SOS in May 2000.

86-1971/1972		Schleicher TG-9A
				Model ASK-21 glider for USAF Academy
				1971 (MSN 21319).  Had civil registration N971AF assigned but NTU, cancelled Mar 17, 1989.  Crashed in 1990
				1972 (MSN 21320).  Civil registration N972AF assigned to USAF Academy Jun 3, 1987.  Registered to Civil Air
					Patrol Dec 8, 2003, current
86-1973/1975		Lockheed KC-130T Hercules 
				MSN 5143,5145 - to USMC as BuNos 163591/163592 

86-8800			Boeing VC-25A 
				Later reserialed as 82-8000

86-8894			Is quoted as the serial of an AH-64A of A Coy/2-229th Avn) 
				that crashed at or near Nellis AFB, NV and whose wreck was noted dumped 
				at Lexington, KY May 1997
				
86-8900			Boeing VC-25A
				Later reserialed as 92-9000


			- Army serials begin here -

86-00390/00401		Boeing-Vertol CH-47D Chinook
				cancelled contract

86-01635			Boeing MH-47D Chinook
				01635 (M3140, ex CH-47A 64-13137).  Accepted by the US Army 31Oct86
					Assigned to Fort Campbell, KY
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 05-08012
86-01636/01682		Boeing CH-47D Chinook
				The Boeing Helicopter Company Model 414-100.  MSN M3141/3187.  Rebuilds of existing CH-47A/B/C airframes
				01636 (M3141, ex CH-47A 65-8023) Accepted by the US Army 26Nov86
					Assigned to Fort Lewis, WA 
					rebuilt as MH-47G 04-03741
				01637 (M3142, ex CH-47B 67-18438) Accepted by the US Army 26Nov86
					Assigned to Fort Lewis, WA
					Rebuilt as MH-47G 04-03742
				01638 (M3143, ex CH-47A 64-13159) Accepted by the US Army 26Nov86
					Assigned to 1st Battalion, 228th Aviation Regiment, Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras. Joint Task Force-Bravo
				01639 (M3144, ex CH-47A 65-7984).  Accepted by the US Army 26Nov86
					Assigned to Fort Lewis, WA 
					Assigned to 179th Assault Support Helicopter Company Shrimpboat
					Assigned to 2nd Battalion, 210th Aviation Regiment, Fort Eustis, VA 
					Redesignated GCH-47D as a GIA.  No longer working and is
					used as maintenance trainer at Cargo Helicopter Division of
					US Army Aviation Logistics School
				01640 (M3145, ex CH-47B 67-18439).  Accepted by the US Army 3Dec86
					Assigned to B Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, Fort Eustis, VA 
					Assigned to 132nd Aviation Company Hercules, Hunter AAF, Fort Stewart, Savannah, GA [Sep87]
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 06-08023.
				01641 (M3146, ex CH-47A 64-13164).  Accepted by the US Army 22Dec86
					Assigned to Fort Lewis, WA 
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – California; G Company, 3rd Battalion, 140th Aviation Regiment
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 13-08131
				01642 (M3147, ex CH-47A 66-19048).  Accepted by the US Army 18Dec86
					Assigned to Fort Sill, OK 
					Assigned to A Company, 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY 
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Maryland; 3rd Battalion, 126th Aviation Regiment, Aberdeen 
					Proving Ground, MD 
				01643 (M3148, ex CH-47B 66-19121). Accepted by the US Army 23Dec86
					Assigned to A Company, 2nd Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment
 					Crashed Feb 25, 1988 near Chico, TX.  9 killed, 9 survived
				01644 (M.3149, ex CH-47A 65-8004) Accepted by the US Army 20Jan87
					Assigned to Fort Rucker, AL 
					Assigned to B Company, 3rd Battalion, 82nd Aviation Regiment	Named "Whole Lotta Rosie" 
					Crashed near Kajaki, Afghanistan May 30, 2007 after catching fire in midair, believed
					following hit by RPG.  All 7 onboard killed.
				01645 (M3150, ex CH-47A 65-8020).  Accepted by the US Army 22Jan87
					Assigned to Fort Sill, OK 
					Assigned to 2nd Battalion, 210th Aviation Regiment, Fort Eustis, VA 	Code 45B
					Redesignated GCH-47D as a GIA.   To Cat B trainer at Ft Eustis, Virginia
				01646 (M3151, ex CH-47B 66-19115). Accepted by the US Army 29Jan87
					Assigned to Fort Sill, OK 
					Assigned to 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY 
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Maryland; 3rd Battalion, 126th Aviation Regiment, 
					Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 
				01647 (M3152, ex CH-47A 66-0074).  Accepted by the US Army 9Feb87
					Assigned to Fort Sill, OK 
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Colorado; 2nd Battalion, 135th Aviation Regiment, Aurora, CO
					Damaged Mount Blanca, Colorado 15Jun10
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Colorado; High Altitude Aviation ARNG Training 
					Site [HAATS], Gypsum, CO
					Redesignated GCH-47D as a GIA
				01648 (M3153, ex CH-47A 65-8013).  Accepted by the US Army 10Feb87
					Assigned to Fort Sill, OK 
 					Rebuilt as CH-47F 08-08046
				01649 (M3154, ex CH-47B 67-18472). Rebuilt from CH-47B 67-18472
					Accepted by the US Army 17Feb87
					Assigned to 2nd Platoon, 179th Aviation Company, Fort Sill, OK 	
					Assigned to 2nd Platoon, A Company, 2nd Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, Fort Sill, OK 	
					Assigned to Hunter AAF, Savannah, GA
					Assigned to B Company, 159th Aviation Regiment Dec96 	
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 09-08064
				01650 (M3155, ex CH-47A 66-0103) Accepted by the US Army 27Feb87
					Assigned to Fort Carson, CO 
					Assigned to A Company, 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY
					To Canadian Armed Forces as 147205 in 2009			Named "2 For Hooking!"
					Accepted by the CAF for use by Canadian Forces Joint Task Force Afghanistan Air Wing at 
					Kandahar, Afghanistan.
					Severely damaged 15May11 Panjwaii District, Afghanistan in night landing accident; the 
					aircraft rolled over during an operational landing.
					The night mission called for two CH147D Chinook helicopters to simultaneously insert troops 
					to an unprepared Helicopter Landing Site (HLS) while two CH146 Griffon helicopters provided 
					force protection.  After arriving on scene, the Chinooks manoeuvred around the high ground 
					to the south and established themselves on final approach, with the accident Chinook following 
					the lead aircraft.
					As it landed, the lead Chinook generated a large dust ball, which the accident Chinook crew 
					assessed would not jeopardize their approach and landing.  Descending through approximately 
					30 feet above ground, both pilots lost visual ground references despite their use of night 
					vision goggles.  The landing flare continued until touchdown, at which point the pilots 
					felt an unusual aircraft motion to the right.  Realizing that the aircraft would roll over, 
					the Aircraft Captain tried to take control and salvage the landing as the rest of the 
					occupants braced for the crash.  Once the helicopter came to a rest on its right side, 
					both engines were shut down, and the five crew and 26 passengers egressed.  One passenger 
					sustained serious injuries while eight sustained minor injuries.
					The helicopter was recovered 17May11 by a USMC CH-53E of HMH-461
					Shipped to Canada. Last reported at CFB Petawawa, ONT, Canada. May become a GIA.
				01651 (M3156, ex CH-47A 65-8015) Accepted by the US Army 27Feb87
					Assigned to Fort Carson, CO 
					Assigned to A Company, 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY	Named "Jack D Up"
					To Canadian Armed Forces as 147206 in 2009	
					Accepted by the CAF for use by Canadian Forces Joint Task Force Afghanistan Air Wing at
					 Kandahar, Afghanistan.
					To AMARC 28Sep11, code 2799
				01652 (M3157, ex CH-47B 67-18451).  Accepted by the US Army 31Mar87
					Assigned to Fort Carson, CO 
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 08-08049
				01653 (M3158, ex CH-47A 65-7993) Accepted by the US Army 31Mar87
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Maryland; 3rd Battalion, 126th Aviation Regiment, 
					Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 
				01654 (M3159, ex CH-47A 66-19028).  Accepted by the US Army 31Mar87
					Assigned to Fort Carson, CO 
					Assigned to C Company, 159th Aviation Battalion, Fort Campbell, KY 
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Hawaii; B Company, 214th Aviation Regiment Hillclimbers, Iraq 2009-2010 
					Assigned to B Company, 2nd Battalion, 501st Aviation Regiment, Camp Humphreys, South Korea Innkeepers 
					FMS to Republic of Korea Army
				01655 (M.3160, ex CH-47A 66-19114).  Accepted by the US Army 31Mar87
					Assigned to Fort Carson, CO 
					Assigned to C Company, 159th Aviation Battalion, Fort Campbell, KY 
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 08-08055
				01656 (M3161, ex CH-47A 65-7979).  Accepted by the US Army 8Apr87.   
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 11-08097
				01657 (M3162, ex CH-47A 65-8009).  Accepted by the US Army 27Apr87
					Assigned to Fort Carson, CO 
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 08-08050
				01658 (M3163, ex CH-47B 66-19125).  Accepted by the US Army 30Apr87
					Assigned to Fort Eustis, VA 
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 08-08056
				01659 (M3164, ex CH-47A 66-0102) Accepted by the US Army 28May87
					Assigned to Fort Hood, TX 
					Assigned to A Company, 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY
					Assigned to B Company, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Aviation Regiment
					Stored at Summit Airport, Middletown, DE
				01660 (M3165, ex CH-47A 65-7995).  Accepted by the US Army 28May87
					Assigned to Fort Hood, TX 
					Assigned to 2nd Battalion, 210th Aviation Regiment, Fort Eustis, VA 	Code 60E
					Redesignated GCH-47D as a GIA 
				01661 (M.3166, ex CH-47B 66-19140). Accepted by the US Army 29May87
					Assigned to Fort Hood, TX 
					Damaged 26Jul95 at Fort Irwin, CA. The aircraft experienced vibration during forward flight 
					and made a precautionary landing. During shutdown, the aft red rotor blade struck the fuselage.
 					Rebuilt as CH-47F 10-08078
				01662 (M3167, ex CH-47A 64-13142).  Rebuilt from CH-47A 64-13142
					Accepted by the US Army 29May87
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 10-08086 
				01663 (M3168, ex CH-47A 64-13155).  Accepted by the US Army 19Jun87
					Assigned to B Company, 2nd Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, Hunter AAF, Savannah, GA 16Sep87
					Assigned to A Company, 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY 7Jun96
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – California. 1st General Support Aviation Battalion, 126th 
					Aviation Regiment "Delta Schooners"
					Stored at Summit Airport, Middletown, DE
					For sale by GSA Auctions at Middletown, Delaware Jan 16, 2014.  
					Readvertised for sale by GSA auctions at Summit Aviation, Middletown DE Apr 10, 2015
				01664 (M3169, ex CH-47B 66-19133).  Accepted by the US Army 19Jun87
					Assigned to Fort Hood, TX 
					Assigned to 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY 
					Assigned to 2nd Battalion, 210th Aviation Regiment, Fort Eustis, VA 
					Redesignated GCH-47D as a GIA 
					To Cat B trainer at Ft Eustis, Virginia
				01665 (M3171, ex CH-47A 66-0114) Accepted by the US Army 24Jun87
					Assigned to Fort Hood, TX 
					Assigned to 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY 
					Assigned to B Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, Fort Eustis, VA 
				01666 (M3171, ex CH-47C 67-18522) Accepted by the US Army 26Jun87
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Maryland; 3rd Battalion, 126th Aviation Regiment, Aberdeen 
					Proving Ground, MD 
				01667 (M3172, ex CH-47A 65-7967) Accepted by the US Army 8Jul87
					Assigned to Fort Hood, TX 
					Noted stored at Knox AHP, Fort Rucker, AL Aug 20, 2003.  Rebuilt as CH-47F 12-08101
				01668 (M3173, ex CH-47A 66-0075) Accepted by the US Army 23Jul87
					Assigned to Fort Hood, TX 
					Assigned to 2nd Battalion, 210th Aviation Regiment, Fort Eustis, VA 	Code 68F
					Noted stored at Knox AHP, Fort Rucker, AL Aug 20, 2003.  Redesignated GCH-47A as a GIA.  
					To Cat B trainer at Ft Eustis, Virginia in 2012
				01669 (M3174, ex CH-47B 67-18444) Accepted by the US Army 23Jul87
					Assigned to Fort Hood, TX 
					Assigned to A Company, 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY .  
					Damaged in hard landing in Afghanistan Oct 6, 2002 The aircraft was transported via sling 
					load to Kandahar by a Mil Mi-26 helicopter and then evacuated back to the United States for repair.
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 10-08085
				01670 (M3175, ex CH-47A 66-19087) Accepted by the US Army 29Jul87
					Assigned to Fort Hood, TX 
					Assigned to 1st Battalion, 223rd Aviation Regiment, Fort Rucker, AL 	Code 70B
				01671 (M3176, ex CH-47A 66-19096). Accepted by the US Army 19Aug87
					Assigned to B Company, 6th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, USAREUR
					Assigned to B Company, 159th Aviation Regiment, Hunter AAF, Savannah, GA
 					Rebuilt as CH-47F 11-08088
				01672 (M3177, ex CH-47B 67-18448).  Accepted by the US Army 20Aug87
					Assigned to B Company, 6th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, USAREUR
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 12-08099
				01673 (M3178, ex CH-47A 66-19097).  Accepted by the US Army 23Sep87
					Assigned to B Company, 6th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, USAREUR
					Assigned to Fort Campbell, KY 
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 11-08098
				01674 (M3179, ex CH-47A 66-0104).  Accepted by the US Army 31Aug87
					Assigned to B Company, 6th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, USAREUR
					At depot in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
				01675 (M3180, ex CH-47B 66-19107).  Accepted by the US Army 23Sep87
					Assigned to 205th Aviation Company Geronimos USAREUR 
					Assigned to B Company, 6th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, USAREUR
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 08-08057
				01676 (M3181, ex CH-47A 64-13135).  Accepted by the US Army 24Sep87
					Assigned to B Company, 6th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, USAREUR
					Assigned to A Company, 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY 
					Assigned to Aviation Flight Test Directorate, Redstone Arsenal, AL 
				01677 (M3182, ex CH-47A 66-19030).  Accepted by the US Army 28Sep87
					Assigned to B Company, 6th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, USAREUR
					Inducted 14Jan11 into the CH-47F model program and rebuilt as 11-08089
					Conflict: 86-01677 reported May15 as being a former RAF BDR aircraft still stored at RAF 
					Odiham [possibly a redundant fuselage from the conversion]
				01678 (M3183, ex CH-47C 68-15855)  Accepted by the US Army 29Sep87
					Assigned to B Company, 6th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, USAREUR
					Converted to MH-47G 00-02160
				01679 (M3184, ex CH-47A 65-7991) Accepted by the US Army 16Oct87
					Assigned to B Company, 2nd Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, Fort Hood, TX 
					Damaged by tornado 13May89 at Fort Hood, TX; rebuilt by Boeing
					Assigned to A Company, 2nd Battalion, 52nd Aviation Regiment, Camp Humphreys, South Korea 22Nov91
					rebuilt as MH-47G 04-03743
				01680 (M.3185, ex CH-47A 65-8003) Accepted by the US Army 23Oct87
					Assigned to Fort Hood, TX
					Assigned to 1st Battalion, 223rd Aviation Regiment, Fort Rucker, AL 	Code 80E
				01681 (M.3186, ex CH-47A 65-8012) Accepted by the US Army 29Oct87
					Assigned to B Company, 2nd Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, Fort Hood, TX 
					W/o Apr 24, 1995.  The aircraft was performing a routine maintenance test flight after a 
					Phase 2 inspection at 1100' AGL and 140 KIAS when one of the aft rotor blades contacted the 
					upper cabin area causing it to breakup and crash just south of Florence. The crash was caused by 
					the failure of a drive arm assembly bolt due to a steel bushing not being installed.
				01682 (M.3187, ex CH-47C 70-15022) Accepted by the US Army 31Oct87
					Assigned to B Company, 2nd Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, Fort Hood, TX 13Nov87
					Damaged by tornado 13May89 at Fort Hood, TX; rebuilt by Boeing
					Assigned to Iraq and prepared for shipment 18Nov90. Returned to USA 27Jul91
					Assigned to US Army Aviation Center, Fort Rucker, AL
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Oregon; D Company, 113th Aviation Regiment, Pendleton, OR 4Mar04
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Oregon; D Company, 113th Aviation Regiment, Afghanistan –Oct06
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – New York; 3rd Battalion, 126th Aviation Regiment
					Stored with Yulista Aviation at Madison County Executive Airport, Meridianville, AL 
					To civil registry as N947CH Jun 13, 2014.  Registered Jan 28, 2015 as a Billings Flying service 
					CH-47D MSN 86-1682.  For sale by GSA Auctions at Madison County 
					Exec Arpt, Meridianville, AL, Feb 14, 2014.  Re-advertised Apr 11, 2014.  To N947CH with Heligroup Fire LLC,
					Missoula, MT.

86-08901/08939		Bell OH-58D Kiowa
				Rebuilt from earlier OH-58A airframes.
				08902 crashed Nov 14, 1992.  Rebuilt as OH-58D(I) 94-0174
				08905 rebuilt from 72-21240
				08908 rebuilt from 71-20743
				08909 (1-82nd Avn) w/o Oct 19, 1988.
				08910 w/o Sep 20, 1991.
				08911 rebuilt from 70-15054.
				08913 rebuilt as OH-58D(I) 93-0998.
				08915 rebuilt from 71-20553.  Rebuilt as OH-58D(I) 94-0149.
				08916 rebuilt from 71-20436.  Rebuilt as OH-58D(I) 93-0991.
				08917 rebuilt from 71-20437.  Rebuilt as OH-58D(I) 93-1004.
				08918 rebuilt as OH-58D(I) 94-0177.
				08919 rebuilt from 71-20744
				08923 rebuilt from 71-20343
				08924 rebuilt from 70-15065.
				08925 rebuilt from 71-20379
				08926 rebuilt from 71-20551
				08928 rebuilt from 72-21305
				08929 rebuilt from 72-21322. (E Company, 2-101st Avn) crashed in Desert Storm Feb 24, 1991. Both crew injured.
				08930 rebuilt from 71-20832
				08934 rebuilt from 70-15089
				08935 rebuilt as OH-58D(R) 96-0027.
				08936 rebuilt from 70-15262.
				08937 rebuilt from 72-21400
				08938 rebuilt from 71-20371.
				08939 rebuilt as OH-58D(R) 96-0023.
86-08940/09055		McDonnell/Douglas AH-64A Apache
				MSN PV310/PV425
				08940 (A Troop 2/6th CAV) damaged by fire in aft cargo compartment
					Nov 16, 2000, Storck Barracks, Germany.  Class B damage before fire
					was put out.  Rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05363 (PVD363)
				08941 (PV311) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05357 (PVD357)
				08942 (PV312) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05372 (PVD372)
				08943 (PV313) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05356 (PVD356)
				08944 (PV314) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05353 (PVD353)
				08945 (PV315) to JAH-64A.  Rebuilt as AH-64D 01-05261 (PVD261)
				08946 (PV316) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05358 (PVD358)
				08947 (B Troop 2-6th Cav) damaged beyond repair when crashlanded in forest 65 m nNW of
					Kitzingen, Germany Aug 12, 2002.  Crew uninjured.  Aircraft entered
					uncontrollable right-hand spin and was completely destroyed
					on impact.
				08948 (PV318) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05359 (PVD359)
				08949 (PV319) rebuilt as AH-64D 01-05242 (PVD242)
				08950 (PV320). Has been converted to AH-64D 02-05305 (PVD305)
				08951 (PV321) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05360 (PVD360)
				08952 (PV322) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05361 (PVD361)
				08953 (PV323, 4-229th Avn) w/o Jan 7, 1991
				08954 (PV324, 4-229th Avn, B Co) struck a power line and crashed at Baiersdorf,
					Germany Oct 29, 1990.  Both crew killed.
				08955 (PV325) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05364 (PVD364)
				08956 (PV326) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05365 (PVD365)
				08957 (PV327) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05367 (PVD367)
				08958 (PV328). Has been converted to AH-64D 02-05306 (PVD306)
				08959 (PV329) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05366 (PVD366)
				08960 (PV330) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-5229 (PVD229)
				08961 (PV331) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05375 (PVD375)
				08962 (PV332) suffered Class B damage with 1-151th Avn Camden, SC Feb 21, 1992.  Repaired.
					Rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05419 (PVD419)
				08963 (PV333) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05438 (PVD438)
				08964 (PV334) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05432 (PVD432)
				08965 (PV335) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-5205 (PVD205)
				08966 (PV336) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-5196 (PVD196)
				08967 (4-3rd ACR) made emergency landing near Fort Carson, CO May 30, 2002, 
					subsequently destroyed by fire
				08968 (PV338) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-5208 (PVD208)
				08969 (PV339) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-5207 (PVD207)
				08970 (PV340) Assigned to USAREUR, Germany 
					Leased to Royal Netherlands Air Force 1996 as 68970
					Returned to US Army Sep00/Feb01 as 86-08970.
					Rebuilt as AH-64D 01-05249 (PVD249)
				08971 (PV341) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-05214 (PVD214)
				08972 (PV342) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-05219 (PVD219)
				08973 (PV343) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-05209 (PVD209)
				08974 (A Company 1-101st AVN) crashed Jan 14, 1997.  Was rebuilt and by Apr 2001 had
					joined 4-158th AVN.  Rebuilt as AH-64D 01-05281 (PVD281)
				08975 (PV345) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-05215 (PVD215)
				08976 (PV346) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-05212 (PVD212)
				08977 (PV347) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-05198 (PVD198)
				08978 (PV348) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05355 (PVD355)
				08979 (PV349) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-05216 (PVD216)
				08981 (PV351) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05376 (PVD376)
				08982 w/o at Fort Hunter-Liggett, CA Apr 26, 1990 with C Coy/101st Avn after collision with 86-8984.
				08983 Assigned to USAREUR, Germany 
					Leased to Royal Netherlands Air Force 1996 as 68983
					Returned to US Army Sep00/Feb01 as 86-08983
					Rebuilt as AH-64D 00-05187 (PVD187)
				08984 w/o at Fort Hunter-Liggett, CA Apr 26, 1990 with C Coy/101st Avn after collision with 86-8982.
				08985 (PV355) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-05217 (PVD217)
				08986 (PV356) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05455 (PV455)
				08987 (A Coy/1-151st Avn) Crashed at Fort Campbell, KY Apr 20, 1993
				08988 (PV358) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-05220 (PVD220)
				08989 (PV359) w/o 10/19/1989 after catching fire at Ft. Hunter-Ligget, CA.  Was nevertheless
					rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05397 (PVD397)
				08987 crashed Apr 20, 1993.
				08989 to JAH-64A, then to AH-64D
				08990 (PV360) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-05144 (PVD144)
				08991 (PV361) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05416 (PVD416)
				08992 (PV362) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05421 I(PVD421)
				08993 (PV363) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05390 (PVD390)
				08994 (PV364, A Coy/2-229th Avn) crashed at or near Nellis AFB, NV Apr 9, 1994.
				08995 (PV365) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-05147 (PVD147)
				08996 (PV366) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05436 (PVD436)
				08997 (PV367) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05430 (PVD430)
				08998 (PV368) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-05141 (PVD141)
				08999 (PV369) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-05221 (PVD221)
				09000 (PV370) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05437 (PVD437)
				09001 (PV371) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-05210 (PVD210)
				09002 (PV372) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05442 (PV442)
				09003 (PV373) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-05128 (PVD128)
				09004 (PV374) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-05145 (PVD145)
				09005 (PV375) rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05344 (PVD344)
				09006 (PV376) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05428 (PVD428)
				09007 (PV377) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05403 (PVD403)
				09008 (PV378) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05415 (PVD415)
				09009 (PV379) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-05211 (PVD211)
				09010 (PV380) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05369 (PVD369)
				09011 (PV381). Has been converted to AH-64D 02-05307 (PVD307)
				09012 crashed at Ft. Stewart, GA 7/10/1989 with C Coy/1-151st Avn after tail rotor hit
					trees during night flight.
				09013 (PV383) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05439 (PVD439)
				09014 (PV384) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-05199 (PVD199)
				09015 (PV385) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-05222 (PVD222)
				09016 (PV386) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-05129 (PVD129)
				09017 (PV387) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-05218 (PVD218)
				09018 (PV388) suffered Blass B damage Hunter Liggett, CA Mar 24, 1995.  Repaired  
					Rebuilt as AH-64D 00-05223 (PVD223)
				09019 (PV389, B Co, 2-6th Cav) crashed in Poland Oct 9, 2001 after collision with power line.
					Hit trees while flying at 90 knots.  Poor crew coordination was the
					ultimate cause; both pilots while carrying out other tasks mistakenly
					assumed that the other one was actually flying the aircraft.
				09020 (PV390) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-05134 (PVD134)
				09021 (PV391) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05461 (PVD461)
				09022 (PV392) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05463 (PVD463)
				09023 (PV393) rebuilt as AH-64D 05-05501 (PVD501)
				09024 (PV394) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05467 (PVD467)
				09025 (PV395) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-05193 (PVD193)
				09026 (PV396) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05371 (PVD371)
				09027 (PV397) rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05335 (PVD335)
				09028 (PV398) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-05200 (PVD200)
				09029 (PV399) Assigned to USAREUR, Germany 
					Leased to Royal Netherlands Air Force 1996 as 69029
					Returned to US Army Sep00/Feb01 as 86-09029
					Rebuilt as AH-64D 01-05237 (PVD237)
				09030 (PV400) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05368 (PVD368)
				09031 (PV401) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05412 (PVD412)
				09032 (PV402) rebuilt as AH-74D 02-05309 (PVD309)
				09033 (PV403) Assigned to USAREUR, Germany 
					Leased to Royal Netherlands Air Force 1996 as 69033
					Returned to US Army Sep00/Feb01 as 86-09033
					Rebuilt as AH-64D 00-05189 (PVD189)
				09034 (PV404) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05345 (PVD345)
				09035 (PV405) crashed Oct 16, 1992.
				09036 (PV406) rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05336 (PVD336)
				09037 (PV407) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05374 (PVD374)
				09038 (PV408) rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05334 (PVD334)
				09039 (PV409) rebuilt as AH-64D 01-05253 (PVD253)
				09040 (PV410) rebuilt as AH-64D 05-05491 (PVD491)
				09041 (PV411) rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05310 (PVD310)
				09042 (PV412) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-5203 (PVD203)
				09043 (PV413) rebuilt as AH-64D 01-05257 (PVD257)
				09044 (A Coy/3-1st Avn) Severely damaged after collision with AH-64A 86-8958 (since 
					repaired) in brownout conditions in Saudi Arabia Feb 23, 1991.  Presumably w/o
				09045 (PV415) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-5204 (PVD204)
				09046 (PV416) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-5148 (PVD148)
				09047 (PV417) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05347 (PVD347)
				09048 (PV418) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05370 (PVD370)
				09049 (PV419) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05441 (PVD441)
				09050 (1-111th AVN, FL NG) w/o Feb 5, 1999
				09051 (PV421) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05460 (PVD460)
				09052 (PV422, 1-11th Avn, FL NG) crashed due tail rotor system failure in Florida Jun 29, 1989. 1 killed, 1 injured.
				09053 (PV423) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05462 (PV462)
				09054 (PV424) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05396 (PVD396)
				09055 (PV425) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-5177 (PVD177)
86-09056/9083		McDonnell/Douglas AH-64A Apache
				cancelled contract

86-24483/24560		Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk
				24488 (571st Med Coy) shot down by SAM 4 mi S of Fallujah,
					Iraq Jan 8, 2004.  All 9 onboard killed.  AFM 4/2007
				24499 with Indiana NG 2007.  Had hard landing in Layfayette
				24503 (MSN 70.998, 4-6th Cav, D Troop) w/o Sep 16, 1987.
				24506 (MSN 701003) Assigned to A Company, 1st Battalion, 169th Aviation Regiment 
					Assigned to 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment 
					Possibly converted to HH-60L
				24507 (571st Med Co) crashed into river Tigris, Iraq May 9, 2003.
				24514 (MSN 701013) modified to EH-60A.
				24520 surplus Jul 14, 2015.  For sale by GSA Auctions at Huntsville, AL Jul 29, 2015.  Regd N160AX Unical Defense, 
					Los Angeles, CA, Dec 16 2015
				24524 to be converted to UH-60L
				24535 (82nd Med Coy) crashed into lake near Rubtah, Iraq Aug 8, 2006 after
					encountering technical problems during area familiarizaton flight.
					2 killed, 4 injured.
				24539 (MSN 701045)
				24542 (101st Avn) w/o Sept 29, 1990.
				24543 converted to JUH-60A
				24546 (MSN 70.1060, 326th Med Co) crashed in Iraq Mar 12, 1991. Four crew killed, also two Iraqi patients.
				24548, 24558 to US Customs
				24549 (1-227th Avn) crashed Jul 22, 1989.
				24550 (MSN 701066)
				24551 (MSN 701068)
				24552 (MSN 701070) Assigned to USAREUR, Germany 
					Stored at Wiesbaden, Germany. Returned to USA Nov14
					Assigned to 1st Battalion, 212th Aviation Regiment 
					Noted at Cairns AAF, Fort Rucker, AL [Apr15]
				24560 converted to YUH-60Q
				24561/24574 modified to EH-60H
					24561 (MSN 701080) w/o  Mar 10, 2007 at Skelly, AL
					24564 (MSN 701094)
					24568 1-212th AVN USAACD delivered to Science and Engineering SVS LLC, Huntsville, AL
						Jul 25, 2016.  For sale by GSA Auctions at Huntsville, AL Aug 29, 2016.
				24560 modified to YUH-60Q
86-24561/24578       Sikorsky EH-60A Black Hawk
				24561 (1-212th AVN) crashlanded in Alabama Mar 10, 2007.  AFM 6/2007
				24574 (1/212th Avn) crashed near High Bluff Stagefield, Alabama Feb 28, 2005 after colliding with
					electricity transmission tower at night.  3 occupants unhurt.

86-25504			Bell UH-1H Iroquois.  Reported serial of a Turkish Army UH-1h
					that crashed through the roof of a factory at Uzunciftlik,
					Turkey Apr 10, 2006 after reported exploding in air and
					breaking into two.  All 4 occupants killed, 2 factory
					workers injured.
86-25505/25507		Bell UH-1 Iroquois
				25505 MSN 16086 to Turkish Army as 14011
				25506 MSN 16087 to Turkish Army as 14012
				25507 MSN 16088 to Turkish Army as 14013

86-25519/25533		Bell UH-1 Iroquois
				MSN 16100/16114.  Built by Ucak Ana Depo ve Fabrika out of Bell-supplied kits for Turkish Army.
				25521 (MSN 16102) to Turkish Army as 13012
				25522 (MSN 16103) to Turkish Army as 10490
				25523 (MSN 16104) to Turkish Army as 10491
				25524 (MSN 16105) to Turkish Army as 10492
				25525 (MSN 16106) to Turkish Army as 10493
				25526 (MSN 16107) to Turkish Army as 11071
				25527 (MSN 16108) to Turkish Army as 11072
				25528 (MSN 16109) to Turkish Army as 11073
				25531 (MSN 16112) to Turkish Army as 14016
				25532 (MSN 16113) to Turkish Army as 11076
				25533 (MSN 16114) to Turkish Army as 14017

	

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