1987 USAF Serial Numbers



Last revised October 25, 2016


87-0001			General Dynamics F-16B Block 15AA OCU Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 6J-21.  Built by SABCA for Belgium (FB-21).  Has undergone
				mid-life update and now designated F-16BM
87-0002/0003		General Dynamics F-16D Block 30E Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 4S-7/8.  Built by TAI for Turkey, Peace Onyx I
87-0004/0007		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15AA OCU Fighting Falcon 
				Built by Fokker for Royal Danish AF (E-004/007)
				0004 (MSN 6F-47/L-250) to Royal Danish AF Aug 31, 1988 as 870004, code E004.  Upgraded to F-16A Block 20
					standard at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16AM
				0005 (MSN 6F-48/L-253) to Royal Danish AF Oct 31, 1988 as 870005, code E005.  Upgraded to F-16A Block 20
					standard at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16AM
				0006 (MSN 6F-49/L-256) to Royal Danish AF Dec 1, 1988 as 870006, code E006.  Upgraded to F-16A Block 20
					standard at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16AM.  Overshot the runway at
					Bagram, Afghanistan and ended up in a minefield Dec 19, 2002.  Pilot jected safely and aircraft
					had its nose gear torn off.  CH-47D helicopter recovered the F-16 back to the air base, and a Royal
					Danish C-130 carried the F-16 parts back home for repair.
				0007 (MSN 6F-50/L-259) to Royal Danish AF Feb 20, 1989 as 870007, code E007.  Upgraded to F-16A Block 20
					standard at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16AM
87-0008			General Dynamics F-16A Block 15AC OCU Fighting Falcon 
				Built by Fokker for Royal Danish AF
				0008 (MSN 6F-51/L-262) to Royal Danish AF Apr 25, 1989 as 870008, code E008.  Upgraded to F-16A Block 20
					standard at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16AM
87-0009/0018		General Dynamics F-16C Block 30B Fighting Falcon  
				MSN 4R-8/17.  Built by TAI for Turkey, Peace Onyx I
				0012 w/o Jun 25, 1992.
87-0019/0021		General Dynamics F-16C Block 30E Fighting Falcon  
				MSN 4R-18/21.  Built by TAI for Turkey, Peace Onyx I
87-0022			General Dynamics F-16B Block 15Y OCU Fighting Falcon 
				Built by Fokker for Royal Danish AF
				0022 (MSN 6G-16/L-2247) to Royal Danish AF Aug 24, 1988 as 870022, code E022.  Upgraded to F-16B Block 20
					standard at Aalborg AB in Pacer Loft I program and redesignated F-16BM
87-0023/0024		Lockheed MC-130H Combat Talon II
				MSN 5091/5092
				0023 named "Fourth Horseman" with 7th SOS/352nd SOG in May 2000.
87-0025			McDonnell Douglas YC-17A Lot I Globemaster III
				MSN 50002 (line number F1). Was essentially hand-built for the sole purpose of developmental test and evaluation, with 
					an estimated life span of approximately five years. The aircraft was periodically rebuilt and
					refurbished over the years and its lifespan grew from five to 21 years.  Airman Thomas Fields 
					awarded Cheney Award and Airman's Medal for saving life of crewman whose parachute accidentally
					opened in the cargo bay during flight at 1200 feet with paratroop door open on Jan 30, 2001.  
					The aircraft appeared in country superstar Toby Keith's Emmy Award-winning production of
					"American Soldier." F1 went on to appear in five motion pictures: "Transformers," "Iron Man," 
					"Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen," "Iron Man 2" and "Superman: Man of Steel"
					(to be released by Warner Brothers in 2013).  Aircraft retired to USAF Museum, arriving there on
				 	Apr 25, 2012.
87-0026			Gates Learjet C-21A
				Learjet 35 MSN 35A-280 confiscated by US DEA and given to US Army.   Became N35AX, reregistered Nov 14, 2008.  
					Registered N142LM Nov 14, 2008 but NTU, reregistered Nov 14, 2008.  Registered N542LM No 14, 2008, current.
87-0027/0045		Lockheed C-5B Galaxy
				MSN 500-0113/0131
				0027 (MSN 500-0113) completed AMP modifications in 2006.  Fitted with LAIRCM defensive system.  Modified as
					C-5M and arrived at Lackland AFB June 17, 2016 to serve with 433rd AW of the Air Force Reserve.
					Named “The City of San Antonio” with 68th Airlift Squadron/433rd Airlift Wing in June 2016. 
				0028 (MSN 500-0114) completed AMP modifications.  Assigned to 22ndAS, 60th AMW, Travis AFB, CA.  At Lockheed Martin
					Marietta, GA since Jan 2015 for conversion to C-5M.  Returned to service Jul 26, 2016 at Travis AFB.
				0029 completed AMP modifications.  Fitted with LAIRCM defensive system.  Was 25th C-5M conversion.
					Returned to service Apr 8, 2015 at Travis AFB.
				0030 (MSN 500-0116) undergoing AMP modification at Travis AFB in 2006. Returned to service
					 Was 33rd C-5M conversion.  Returned to service Jan 12, 2016 at Travis AFB.
				0031 completed AMP modifications.  Undergoing C-5M conversion
				0032 to AMP modifications.  Was 27th C-5M conversion.  Returned to service May 8, 2015 at Travis AFB
				0033 was named "Spirit of the Tuskegee Airmen" but is so no longer.  First B model to 
					be transferred to Westover ARB, the first B model to go to a reserve unit.  Undergoing C-5M
					conversion at Lockheed Martin
				0034 (MSN 500-0120) to AMP modifications. Returned to service. Was 23rd C-5M delivered.
					Delivered on November 5, 2014 for 60th AMW at Travis AFB. 
				0035 completed AMP modifications in 2006.  Was first Dover aircraft
					with new tail stripe design.  Fitted with LAIRCM defensive system.  To C-5M (conversion #11) in 2011.
					Returned to service Jun 21, 2013.
				0036 completed AMP modifications.  16th conversion to C-5M.  Returned to service Dec 27, 2013
					at Dover AFB.
				0037 transferred to Westover AFB.  Undergoing C-5M conversion.
				0038 named "Galaxy Solano"  with 60th MAW in May 1989.  Landed hard at Charleston AFB May 23, 2006 and damaged gears,pylon
					and engine mounts.  Temp repaired on site, then flown to
					Robins AFB, GA for permanent repairs.  Completed AMP modifications.  Underwent C-5M conversion
					left Lockheed Martin on October 28, 2016 for Stewart Airport for interior restoration by the NY Air National Guard. After interior restoration
					 it will be assigned to the Air Force Reserve Command 433rd Airlift Wing at Lackland AFB. Before conversion it was assigned to the 439th 
					at Westover Air Reserve Base. 
				0039 completed AMP modifications. Undergoing C-5M conversion at Lockheed Martin
				0040 completed AMP modifications. 18th conversion to C-5M. Returned to service Apr 2, 2014 at Dover AFB
				0041 transferred to Westover AFB
				0042 (MSN 500-128) to AMP modifications. Returned to service.  Named "City of Vacaville" with 60th AW in Nov 1992.
					In 2012 was undergoing C-5M conversion, 19th C-5M conversion. Returned to service May 8, 2014
					at Travis AFB.
				0043 (MSN 500-129) with 439th AW in 2014. Undergoing C-5M conversion
				0044 (MSN 500-130) Named "City of Vallejo" with 60th AW in Nov 1992.  to AMP modifications.  
					21st C-5M conversion.  Returned to service Jul 16, 2014 at Travis AFB.  
				0045 to began AMP modifications Oct 7, 2005.  LAIRCM modified.  To C-5M (conversion #10).  Returned to service
87-0046/0047		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15Y OCU Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 6H-102/103.  Built by SABCA for Belgium (FA-102/103)
				0046 (MSN 6H-102, FA-102) has undergone midlife update and
					now designated F-16AM.
87-0048/0054		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15AA OCU Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 6H-104/110.  Built by SABCA for Belgium (FA-104/110)
				0048 (MSN 6H-104, FA-104) has undergone mid-life update and
					now designated F-16AM
				0049 (FA-105) w/o Sept 5, 1989 after being 
				"borrowed" by a ground crew member while on 
				detachment to Orland AB in Norway
				0050 (MSN 6H-106, FA-106) has undergone midlife update and
					now designated F-16AM
				0051 (MSN 6H-107, FA-107) has undergone midlife update and
					now designated F-16AM
				0052 (MSN 6H-108, FA-108) has undergone midlife update and
					now designated F-16AM.  To Royal Jordanian AF Jul 2011 as #154.
				0053 (MSN 6H-109, FA-109) has undergone midlife update and
					now designated F-16AM
				0054 (MSN 6H-110, FA-110) has undergone midlife update and
					now designated F-16AM
87-0055/0056		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15AC OCU Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 6H-111/112.  Built by SABCA for Belgium (FA-111/112)
				0055 (MSN 6H-111, FA-111) has undergone midlife update and
					now designated F-16AM.  To Royal Jordanian AF Jul 2011 as #155
				0056 (MSN 6H-112, FA-112, 2 Wing/1 Squadron) crashed into North Sea Sept 9, 2005 after suspected
					bird strike.  Pilot killed. (AI 10/05).  Had undergone midlife
					update and was redesignated F-16AM
87-0057/0065		cancelled contract for General Dynamics F-16A for Netherlands AF
87-0066			General Dynamics F-16B Block 15AC OCU Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 6E-35.  Built by Fokker for Holland (J-066).  Has undergone
				midlife update and was redesignated F-16BM.  Damaged on ground at 
				Woensdrecht AB by peace activist Aug 10, 2005
87-0067/0068		General Dynamics F-16B Block 15AE OCU Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 6E-36/37.  Built by Fokker for Holland (J-067/068)
				0067 (MSN 6E-36, J-067) has undergone midlife update and designated
					F-16BM
				0068 (MSN 6E-37, J-068) suffered engine malfunction while returning from touch and
					goes at Volkel Air Base Sep 21,2006.  Crew of 2 ejected safely.
					Plane crashed within the perimeter of the air base.  AFM Nov 2006.
					Had undergone midlife update and redesignated F-16BM before
					being written off.

87-0117/0124		McDonnell Douglas KC-10A Extender
				MSN 48303/48310
				0117 (MSN 48303) named "Armed and Dangerous" with 22nd ARW in Apr 1989.
				0119 (MSN 48305)  Delivered to USAF on May 26, 1987.  Completed 28 Desert Storm missions and in May 1992        
					with 6th Air Refuelling Squadron/22nd Air Refuelling Wing at March AFB. Current 2016 with 60th AMW.  
				0120 (MSN 48306) named "City of Riverside" with 22nd ARW in Sep 1990.
				0121 (MSN 48307) named "Smooth Operator" with 68th ARW in Jun 1989. 
				0122 (MSN 48308) named "Carolina Connection" with 4th Wing in Jun 1991
				0124 (MSN 48310) named  "Spirit of Kitty Hawk" with 4th Wing at Seymour-Johnson AFB (1991)
87-0125/0127		Lockheed MC-130H Combat Talon II
				0125 (MSN 382-5115)
				0126 (MSN 382-5117)
				0127 (MSN 382-5118) assigned to 352nd SOG, RAF Mildenhall, w/o
					Mar 31, 2005 when crashed near Rovie, Albania while on
					joint night training mission with Albanian military.
					9 crew killed.  Official report of crash blames pilot's
					lack of situational awareness, putting aircraft into too
					low a climb taking terrain into account.  Navigator warned
					pilot of impending ridge but pilot set aircraft to climb at
					reduced power setting, when ridge could not be climbed over,
					aircraft had to turn sharply and stalled (AFM 8/2005).
87-0128			Lockheed AC-130U Hercules
				MSN 382-5139.  First AC-130U prototype.  Named *Big Daddy*
87-0129/0136		Cancelled contract for Lockheed C-130H Hercules
87-0137/0138		Lockheed C-130H Hercules
				0137 (MSN 382-5136) to Japan Air Self Defense Force as 85-1079
				0138 (MSN 382-5138) to Japan Air Self Defense Force as 85-1080.  Modified as KC-130H
87-0139/0140		Gulfstream C-20E 
				Commercial Gulfstream III for US Army.  First jet aircraft to be officially operated by US Army.
				0139 MSN 497, ex N373GA.  Became temporarily N7096G before reverting back to 87-0139.
					Named "Yorktown".  To AMARC Jan 30, 2015
				0140 MSN 498, ex N374GA.  Became temporarily N7096E before reverting back to 87-0140.  Retired from
					service and to AMARC Jul 28, 2014.

87-0142			Beech King Air 90 confiscated by US DEA

87-0144/0155		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 (for Missile eXperimental)
87-0156/0157		Lockheed HC-130H Hercules
				Both to US Coast Guard
				0156 (MSN 382-5120) to US Coast Guard as 1720.
				0157 (MSN 382-5121) to US Coast Guard as 1721.  modified to EC-130V with E-2C
					radome.  Returned to USAF as NC-130H in 1994.  Now back with Navy at NFATS at
					NAS Patuxent River, carrying serial 870157.  SOC Mar 14, 2012
87-0158/0159		CASA 212
				0158 MSN 320, was N214TA.  To Drug Enforcement Agency in May 1988 then to 427th SOS at Pope AFB, North Carolina.
				0159 MSN 328, was N215TA.  Operated by US Army at Laguna AAF.  To Drug Enforcement Agency then to 427th
					SOS at Pope AFB, North Carolina.
87-0160/0161		Beechcraft C-12F Huron
				MSN BP-070/071

87-0169/0189		McDonnell Douglas F-15E-43-MC Strike Eagle
				0169 MSN 1034/E009.  with 389th FS, 336th FW
				0170 MSN 1035/E010.  with 389th FS, 336th FW
				0171 MSN 1036/E011
				0172 MSN 1037/E012. (405th TTW/461st TFS) Crashed 42 nautical miles south-south-west of Gila 
					Bend, AZ Sep 16, 1991. Pilot survived.
				0173 MSN 1038/E013.  Plane painted as 87-0173 on display at Mountain Home AFB, Idaho is actually F-15B 77-0163.
					with 389th FS, 336th FW
				0174 MSN 1039/E014
				0175 MSN 1040/E015
				0176 MSN 1041/E016
				0177 MSN 1042/E017
				0178 MSN 1043/E018
				0179 MSN 1044/E019
				0180 MSN 1045/E020
				0181 MSN 1046/E021
				0182 MSN 1047/E022
				0183 MSN 1048/E023.  with 389th FS, 336th FW
				0184 MSN 1049/E024
				0185 MSN 1050/E025
				0186 MSN 1051/E026.  Crashed Jun 4, 2003 with 4th FW, 334th FS 25 mi E of Seymour Johnson AFB,
					NC.  Two crewmen ejected safely.  Cause was defective starboard stabilator actuator, 
					rendering aircraft uncontrollable.
				0187 MSN 1052/E027
				0188 MSN 1053/E028
				0189 MSN 1054/E029
87-0190/0210		McDonnell Douglas F-15E-44-MC Strike Eagle
				0190 MSN 1055/E030
				0191 MSN 1056/E031
				0192 MSN 1057/E032
				0193 MSN 1058/E033.  With 4th FW at Seymour Johnson AFB
				0194 MSN 1059/E034
				0195 MSN 1060/E035
				0196 MSN 1061/E036
				0197 MSN 1062/E037
				0198 MSN 1063/E038.  with 389th FS, 336th FW
				0199 MSN 1064/E039
				0200 MSN 1065/E040
				0201 MSN 1066/E041
				0202 MSN 1067/E042
				0203 MSN 1068/E043.  (336th TFS, 4th TFW) crashed near Thumrait, Oman September 30, 1990 during
					low-level ACM with RAF Jaguars, Desert Shield.  Both crew killed.
				0204 MSN 1069/E044
				0205 MSN 1070/E045
				0206 MSN 1071/E046
				0207 MSN 1072/E047
				0208 MSN 1073/E048 with 398FS/366WG at Mountain Home AFB
				0209 MSN 1074/E049
				0210 MSN 1075/E050
87-0211/0216		Cancelled contract for McDonnell Douglas F-15E
87-0217/0266		General Dynamics F-16C Block 30F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-478/527.
				022 with 160th FS, 187th FW, Alabama ANG in 2014
				0224 (401st TFW, 614th TFS) an Mk.84 bomb exploded as it left the aircraft on a strike mission over Kuwait 
					Jan 21, 1991. The pilot was able to fly over water, ejected safely and was rescued.
				0228 (410st TFW, 614th TFS) shot down by SAM Jan 19, 1991 over Baghdad, Iraq.
					Pilot ejected and became POW.
				0230 to 119th FS, 177th FW, New Jersey ANG
				0240 (183rd FW, 170th FS) crashed near Vermont, IL after midair collision with another F-16C Nov 17, 1999.  
					Pilot ejected safely.  Other F-16C landed safely
				0242 (176th FS, 115th FW) crashed 57 nm NW of Truax Field, Wisconsin due to engine failure Jun 7, 2011.  
					Pilot ejected safely.
				0243 with 121st FS, 113rd WG, DC ANG at Andrews AFB.
				0250 with 119th FS, 177th FW of New Jersey ANG
				0251 (36th TFS) bellylanded on the runway in the USA Dec 19, 1989.  Not repaired.  Noted Mar 10, 2004 as GF-16C 
					ground instructional airframe at Sheppard AFB, TX
				0254 with 140Wg, CO ANG/Buckley Field
				0257 (614th TFS/401st TFW) shot down by SA-3 SAM Jan 19/20, 1991 over Baghdad, Iraq, Desert Storm.  Pilot ejected 
					safely and made POW.
87-0267			General Dynamics F-16C Block 32F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-528.  With 93FS/482FW with FM Homestead AFRC
87-0268			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-529
87-0269			General Dynamics F-16C Block 32F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-530
				0269 (414th CTS) w/o at Nellis AFB May 20, 1993.
87-0270/0292		General Dynamics F-16C Block 30H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-531/553
				0270 (52nd FW) w/o 1/26/94 in collision with 87-0389 on runway at Wright Patterson
					AFB, OH.  87-0389 was repaired and returned to service
				0271 (MSN 5C-532) named "City of Forte Payne" with 100th FS, Alabama ANG Jun 2013.
				0273 (128 FW, 176FS) w/o June 25, 1995 Falls Military Operating Area, Sturm, WI.
				0274 (80th FS) crashed after midair collision with F-15C 78-0530 over Yellow Sea near Boryong, South Korea 
					May 6, 1994. Pilot killed.
87-0293			General Dynamics F-16C Block 32H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-554
				0293 (Thunderbirds) damaged Jun 17, 1992 when struck by car at high speed.  A 
					civilian committed suicide by driving his car into the aircraft while parked 
					on the taxiway the night before the Air Show at Selfridge ANGB, MI.  The 
					aircraft was repaired and was last assigned to Homestead AFB, FL.  This plane
					now (2006) flies with the 188th FW at Ft. Smith, Arkansas.
87-0294			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-555
87-0295			General Dynamics F-16C Block 32H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-556
				To GF-16C instructional airframe at Sheppard AFB
87-0296			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-557.  With 187th FW, Alabama ANG crashed at EAA Air Venture, Oshkosh, Wisconsin Jul 28, 2011.  Suffered
					extensive airframe damage and FOD damage after exiting runway with nose gear collapse.  To AMARC Jul 18, 2012.
87-0297			General Dynamics F-16C Block 32H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-558
87-0298			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-559
87-0299			General Dynamics F-16C Block 32H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-560
87-0300			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-561
87-0301			General Dynamics F-16C Block 32H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-562
87-0302			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-563.  (432nd TFW, 14th TFS) crashed near Misawa, Japan May 7, 1991.  Pilot ejected safely.
87-0303			General Dynamics F-16C Block 32H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-564.  Flew with Thunderbirds.  To AMARC Feb 19, 2010.
87-0304			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-565
87-0305			General Dynamics F-16C Block 32H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-566
				Flew with Thunderbirds.  To GF-16C instructional airframe at Sheppard AFB by Feb 2010.
87-0306			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-567
87-0307			General Dynamics F-16C Block 32H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-568
87-0308			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-569.  To AMARC by Feb 2010.
87-0309			General Dynamics F-16C Block 32H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-570
				Crashed with Thunderbirds Feb 14, 1994 during training flight at Indian Spring AAF, NV.  Pilot did not
					eject but survived 
87-0310			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-571
87-0311			General Dynamics F-16C Block 32H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-572
87-0312			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-573
87-0313			General Dynamics F-16C Block 32H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-574
87-0314			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30H Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 5C-575
87-0315			General Dynamics F-16C Block 32J Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 5C-576.  With 144th FW, California ANG went out of control during training mission and crashed 84
					nm E of Fresno, California Dec 27, 2012.  Pilot ejected safely.
87-0316			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30J Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 5C-577
				crashed 50 mi W of Cannon AFB, NM (27th FW, 522nd FS) Sep 9, 2002.  Pilot killed
87-0317			General Dynamics F-16C Block 32J Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 5C-578
87-0318			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30J Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 5C-579
87-0319			General Dynamics F-16C Block 32J Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 5C-580
				Flew with Thunderbirds.  To Sheppard AFB as GF-16C instructional airframe by Dec 2008.
87-0320			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30J Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 5C-581
				With 121st FS, 113rd WG of DC ANG
87-0321			General Dynamics F-16C Block 32J Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 5C-582
87-0322			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30J Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 5C-583
87-0323			General Dynamics F-16C Block 32J Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 5C-584
				Flew with Thunderbirds.  Now on display outside Thunderbirds Museum at Nellis AFB, Nevada. It has kept 
					it's Tbird marks and will join an F117A, F4C, F5E and F110D already on display there.  On loan from USAF Museum
87-0324			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30J Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 5C-585
87-0325			General Dynamics F-16C Block 32J Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 5C-586
				Flew with Thunderbirds.  To AMARC by Jan 2010.
87-0326			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30J Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 5C-587
87-0327			General Dynamics F-16C Block 32J Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 5C-588
				Crashed with Thunderbirds Sep 14, 2003 during airshow  at Mountain Home AFB, ID.  
					Pilot ejected safely.  Was 'Thunderbird 6'. Accident report indicates pilot
					misinterpreted altitude required for Split-S manouevre, having made his 
					calculation from an incorrect airfield altitude
87-0328			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30J Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 5C-589
87-0329			General Dynamics F-16C Block 32J Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 5C-590
				Flew with Thunderbirds.  At Sheppard AFB as GF-16C instructional airframe by Mar 2010.
87-0330			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30J Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-591
				crashed (27th FW, 522nd FS) Mar 23, 2001 near Melrose Bombing Range, New Mexico after engine failure 
					due to faulty maintenance.  Pilot ejected safely. 
87-0331			General Dynamics F-16C Block 32J Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 5C-592
				Flew with Thunderbirds as #2.  To AMARC by Jan 2010.
87-0332			General Dynamics F-16C Block 30J Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 5C-593.  Named "City of Huntsville" with 160th FS, Alabama ANG in Apr 2010
87-0333			General Dynamics F-16C Block 32J Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 5C-594
87-0334/0349		General Dynamics F-16C Block 30J Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5C-595/610.
				0335 (MSN 5C-596) (56th FW, 63rd FS) in poor weather the plane taking off when
					86-0275 landed on it and crashed Jul 27, 1993. Pilot killed.  Second plane landed safely.
				0337 (140th W, 120th FS) made emergency landing at Lamar MAP, CO
					Jun 28, 2005 after fire warning indication during training
					sortie from Buckley AFB, CO.  Pilot ejected just after
					touchdown, aircraft skidded off runway and broke into
					two just behind cockpit.  Pilot suffered minor injuries.
				0347 (482nd FW/93rd FS) crashed into Gulf of Mexico during routine
					training mission Jan 15, 2008.  Pilot ejected safely and
					was recovered.   Cause was reported to have been spatial
					disorientation of pilot during night aggressor scenario mission.
87-0350/0351		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40 Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 1C-1/2
87-0352/0355		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40A Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-3/6
				0354 with 4th Fighter Squadron / 388th Fighter Wing at Hill Air Force Base, Utah
87-0356			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42A Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 1C-7
87-0357			General Dynamics F-16C Block 40A Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 1C-8
				Crashed June 21, 2000.  With 388 FW, 421 FS.  A mature
					American white pelican struck the canopy, penetrating
					the windscreen and damaging the canopy and HUD.  Debris
					from the canopy, HUD, and pelican struck the pilot, causing
					confusion, disorientation, vision loss.  He then ejected
					from the aircraft.
87-0358			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42A Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 1C-9
87-0359			General Dynamics F-16C Block 40A Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 1C-10
87-0360/0362		General Dynamics F-16C Block 42A Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-11/1C-13.
87-0363/0368		General Dynamics F-16D Block 30F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5D-57/5D-62
				0363 w/o March 15, 1989, MacDill AFB.   The pilots were doing a simulated
					flameout landing and hit the runway so hard that one main gear fell off and the 
					other was dangling. They lit burner and got back airborne, tried to engage barrier 
					with tailhook and pancake on runway but ran out of hydrualic fluid and missed barrier, 
					bounced off runway and pitched up.  Pilots both ejected safely.
87-0369			General Dynamics F-16D Block 32F Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5D-63.  (302nd TFS) crashed in a very high G-force maneuver at Carswell AFB, TX Oct 15, 1989. Both crew killed.
87-0370/0380		General Dynamics F-16D Block 30H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5D-64/5D-74
				0372 (178th FW, 162nd FS) crashed Nov 27, 1996 near Piketon, OH
				0375 (354th FW in 2008)
				0378 (354th FW in 2008)
				0380 (482nd FW, 93rd FS) crashed into Florida Straits 5 mi E of Marathon
					Mar 12, 2007.  Single pilot ejected safely and was rescued by USCG.
					AFM 5/2007, 6/2007
87-0381			General Dynamics F-16D Block 32H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5D-75
				Flies with Thunderbirds
87-0382			General Dynamics F-16D Block 30H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5D-76
87-0383/0390		General Dynamics F-16D Block 30J Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5D-77/5D-84
				0385 (466th FS) crashed due engine flameout near Wendover Feb 4, 1997. Both crew ejected safely, but injured.
				0388 to 119th FS, 177th FW, New Jersey ANG
				0389 (MSN 5D-83) collidied with 87-0270 Jan 26, 1994. Repaired. (27th FW, 522nd FS) crashed due to engine failure 
					30 mi from Fort Summer, NM Dec 4, 1998. Both crew ejected safely.
87-0391/0393		General Dynamics F-16D Block 40A Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1D-1/1D-3
87-0394/0396		General Dynamics F-16D Block 42A Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1D-4/1D-6
				396(F-16DG, 162nd FW, AZ ANG) crashed due mechanical failure near Gila Bend, AZ Jun 18, 1999. Pilot ejected safely.
87-0397/0398		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15AA OCU Fighting Falcon
				MSN 27-1/27-2.  Built for export to Singapore as 880 and 881 under Peace Carvin I
					To Thai AF as 10323 and 10324
87-0399/0400		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15AB OCU Fighting Falcon
				MSN 27-3/27-4.  Built for export to Singapore as 882 and 883 under Peace Carvin I
				0399 to Thai AF as 10325
				0400 (883, 140th Sqn) lost due midair collision with F-16A (87-0397, 880) over South China Sea Jul 8, 1991. 
					Other plane landed safely.
87-0401			General Dynamics F-16B Block 15Z OCU Fighting Falcon
				MSN 28-1.  Built for export to Singapore as 885, Peace Carvin I.
					To Thai AF as 10319
87-0402/0403		General Dynamics F-16B Block 15AA OCU Fighting Falcon
				MSN 28-2/28-3.  Built for export to Singapore as 886 and 887, Peace Carvin I
				0402 to Thai AF as 10320
				0403 to Thai AF as 10321
87-0404			General Dynamics F-16B Block 15AB OCU Fighting Falcon
				MSN 28-4.  Built for export to Singapore as 888, Peace Carvin I
					To Thai AF as 10322
87-0405/0406		North American Rockwell OV-10A Bronco
				transferred from USMC as BuNo 155405,155406. 
				 Later returned.
87-0508/0512		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15AC OCU Fighting Falcon
				MSN 6D-147/6D-151.  Built by Fokker for Holland (J-508/512)
				0508 (MSN 6D-147, J-508) has undergone midlife update and now designated F-16AM
				0509 (MSN 6D-148, J-509) has undergone midlife update and now designated F-16AM
				0510 (MSN 6D-149, J-510) has undergone midlife update and now designated F-16AM
				0511 (MSN 6D-150, J-511) has undergone midlife update and now designated F-16AM
87-0513/0516		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15AE OCU Fighting Falcon
				MSN 6D-152/6D-155.  Built by Fokker for Holland (J-513/516)
				0514 (MSN 6D-153, J-514) has undergone midlife update and now designated F-16AM
				0515 (MSN 6D-154, J-515) has undergone midlife update and now designated F-16AM
				0516 (MSN 6D-155, J-516) has undergone midlife update and now designated F-16AM
87-0517/0696		Hughes-Raytheon AIM-120A AMRAAM missiles

87-0700/0701		Lockheed YF-22A		
				0700 (MSN 3997) registered as N22YF Jan 17, 1990, expired Sep 30, 2013.
					Painted in bogus markings and used as display at Nellis 
					AFB airshow in 1997.  Put on display at USAF Museum, OH.  In 2009 moved to Edwards AFB for display.
				0701 (MSN 3998).  Registered as N22YX Jan 17, 1990, expired Sep 30, 2013.  
					Suffered violent pitching on approach to Edwards AFB and
					crashed on runway 4/25/1992.  Pilot Tom Morgenfeld ejected
					safely and was uninjured.  Plane was rebuilt as mockup for use as pole model.  
87-0702/0708		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15AB OCU Fighting Falcon
				MSN 2J-2/8.  to Thailand as 10306/10312 under Peace Naresuan I
87-0709			General Dynamics F-16B Block 15AB OCU Fighting Falcon
				MSN 2K-4. to Thailand as 10304 under Peace Naresuan I
87-0710			General Dynamics F-16A Block 15AE OCU Fighting Falcon
				MSN 6D-156.  To Netherlands as J-710.  (315th Sqn) crashed due to flight control problem at
					Coevorden, Netherland Nov 21, 1990. Pilot ejected safely.
87-0711/0712		General Dynamics F-16B Block 15AD OCU Fighting Falcon
				MSN 6L-13/6L-14.  To Norway as 711/712
				0712 (315th Sqn) lost after ingesting a bird which caused an engine fire at Landegode island, Norway Mar 17, 2001. 
					Both crew ejected safely.
87-0713/0714		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15AF OCU Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1A-1,1A-2.  to Indonesia as TS1605/TS1606, Peace Bima-Sena
87-0715/0720		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15AG OCU Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1A-3/1A-8.  to Indonesia as TS1607/TS1612, Peace Bima-Sena
				0715 (TS-1607) (3rd Sqn) crashed during landing in bad weather at Halim AB, Indonesia Mar 11, 1997. Pilot killed.
87-0721/0722		General Dynamics F-16B Block 15AE OCU Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1B-1, 1B-2.  to Indonesia as TS1601/TS1602, Peace Bima-Sena
87-0723/0724		General Dynamics F-16B Block 15AF OCU Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1B-3, 1B-4.  to Indonesia as TS1603/TS1604, Peace Bima-Sena
				0724 (TS-1604) w/o Jun 15, 1992
.
87-0761/0764		Schweizer TG-7
				Commercial SGM 2-37 motor glider for USAF Academy
				0761 MSN 5 registered N765AF to USAF Academy Apr 20, 1988.  WFU 2003
				0762 MSN 10 registered N762AF to USAF Academy Jul 27, 2988.  To civil registry as N762AF with Lake Area 
					Technical Institute, watertown, South Dakota Oct 23, 2003, current.
				0763 MSN 11 registered N763AF to USAF Academy Aug 18, 1988.  Sale reported Sep 29, 2004.  To civil registry as N763AF
					with Tuskegee Airmen National airmen National Historical Museum, Detroit, Michigan Feb 17, 2005, current
				0764 MSN 12 registered N764AF to USAF Academy Nov 2, 1988.  Registered Aug 31, 2009 to Tulsa Technology Center,
					Tulsa, Oklahoma Aug 3, 2009. 

87-0800/0801		Northrop/McDonnell Douglas YF-23A
				Built by Northrop and McDonnell Douglas as part of the demonstration and evaluation phase of the 
					U.S. Air Force's Advanced Tactical Fighter (ATF) selection program.  Operated as N231YF and N232YF
				0800 (MSN 1001/PAV-1) registered as N231YF; sale reported Dec 18, 1995, cancelled Aug 5, 2013
					First flight Aug 27, 1990.  Nicknamed ‘Spider’, later ‘Black Widow II’. 
					Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA 1994
					There were no engines in the aircraft, and NASA had no plans to fly the YF-23's in any research program.
					Remained in storage until summer 1996.
					Preserved and on display at the Air Force Flight Test Museum, Edwards AFB, CA
					Preserved and on display in the Research and Development hangar of the National Museum of the 
					United States Air Force, Dayton, OH. [2009].
				0801 (MSN 1002/PAV-2) registered as N232YF; sale reported Dec 18, 1995, cancelled Aug 5, 2013.
					First flight Oct 26, 1990.  Nicknamed ‘Gray Ghost’. 
					Assigned to NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards AFB, CA 1994.
					There were no engines in the aircraft, and NASA had no plans to fly the YF-23's in any research program.
					Remained in storage until summer 1996.  On long term loan from NASA to the Western Museum of Flight
					In late 2004, Northrop Grumman proposed a YF-23-based bomber to meet a USAF need for an interim 
					bomber, for which the FB-22 and B-1R were also competing.  Northrop modified the aircraft to 
					serve as a display model for its proposed interim bomber.
					Returned to the Western Museum of Flight and is on display at the museum's new location at 
					Torrance Airport, Torrance, CA [2010]
87-0802			de Havilland of Canada UV-18B Twin Otter
				MSN 437.  Became N300LJ, then N97847, then D-IDCT.
87-0803/0952		General Dynamics AGM-129A

87-1000/1001		Fairchild C-26B Metro III
				1000 MSN BC764V, was N2749X.  To Colombian AF as FAC1240.
				1001 MSN BC766B, was N2750V

87-1653/1656		General Dynamics F-16C Block 32F Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 5A-23/5A-26.  For South Korea as RoKAF serials 87-653/56 under Peace Bridge I.
				1655 (19th FW) crashed into mountain at night Apr 8, 1993. Pilot killed.
87-1657/1660		General Dynamics F-16C Block 32H Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 5A-27/5A-30.  For South Korea as RoKAF serials 87-657/60 under Peace Bridge I
87-1661/1664		General Dynamics F-16C Block 30A Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 4J-16/4J-19.  For Israel as 340, 341, 344, 345, Peace Marble II
87-1665/1679		General Dynamics F-16C Block 30B Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 4J-20/4J-34.  To Israel under Peace Marble II as 348, 349, 350, 353, 355, 356, 360, 364, 367, 368, 371, 373, 374,
					377,and 378, Peace Marble II.
				1674 (IDF/AF 368)  crashed due engine fire after takeoff at Jezre'el Valley Aug 9, 1998.  Pilot ejected safely.
87-1680/1693		General Dynamics F-16C Block 30C Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 4J-35/4J-48.  To Israel as 381, 384, 386, 388, 389, 391, 393, 394, 392,397,399,383,385, and 376, Peace
					Marble II.
87-1694			General Dynamics F-16D Block 30A Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 4K-1.  For Israel as 020, Peace Marble II
87-1695/1698		General Dynamics F-16D Block 30D Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 4K-2/4K-5.  For Israel, Peace Marble II
				1695 (MSN 4K-2) IDF/AF serial 031.  Crashed at sea Mar 26, 1999 due to engine lock.  Pilot ejected safely.
				1696 (MSN 4K-3) IDF/AF serial 023
				1697 (MSN 4K-4) IDF/AF serial 027
				1698 (MSN 4K-5) IDF/AF serial 034
87-1699/1708		General Dynamics F-16D Block 30E Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 4K-6/4K-15.  For Israel as 036,022,041,045,039,046,050,057,061, and 055, Peace Marble II.
				1701 landing gear collapsed during touchdown at Ramat David AFB, Israel May 3, 2005.  Crew ejected. 
					As Barak 041 was repaired following damage and returned to service Jun 28, 2012.

87-1973/1975		Schleicher TG-9A
				Model ASK.21 glider for USAF Academy
				1973 MSN 21272; registered N973AF to USAF Academy Oct 26, 1987, expired Apr 20, 2004
				1974 MSN 21235; registered N974AF to USAF Academy Oct 26, 1987, expired Apr 20, 2004
				1975 MSN 21237; registered N975AF to USAF Academy Oct 26, 1987.  Registered to Civil Air Patrol Dec 8, 2003, current
87-1976/1977		Lockheed KC-130T Hercules
				Both to US Marine Corps
				1976 (MSN 382-5147) to US Marine Corps as 164105
				1977 (MSN 382-5149) to US Marine Corps as 164106.

87-9281/9288		Lockheed C-130H Hercules
				9281 (MSN 382-5122)
				9282 (MSN 382-5123) with 95th AS, then to 328th AF Sep 2014.
				9283 (MSN 382-5124)
				9284 (MSN 382-5125)
				9285 (MSN 382-5126)
				9286 (MSN 382-5127) converted to MC-130W and delivered to 16th SOW at 
					Hurlburt Field, FL Jul 21, 2006.  This was first MC-130W "Combat Spear"
					conversion.
				9287 (MSN 382-5128)
				9288 (MSN 382-5129) converted to MC-130W Combat Spear Configuration, renamed the AC-130W Stinger II in 2011
					and in service with 73rd SOS at Cannon AFB, New Mexico

			- Army serials begin here -

87-00069/00116		Boeing CH-47D Chinook
				Boeing Helicopter Company Model 414-100.  MSN M3188/3235.  Rebuilds of CH-47A/B
				00069 (M3188) was rebuilt CH-47A 66-0097.  Accepted by the US Army 19Nov87
					Assigned to Fort Rucker, AL 
					Assigned to 2nd Battalion, 210th Aviation Regiment, Fort Eustis, VA 	Code 69K
					Redesignated GCH-47D as a GIA 
					Converted to trainer at Ft Eustis, Virginia
				00070 (M3189) was rebuilt CH-47A 61-2424.  Accepted by the US Army 23Nov87
					Assigned to Fort Rucker, AL
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Oregon. Detachment 1, Company E, 168th 
					Aviation "Dust Devils", Camp Pendleton, OR
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Colorado; High Altitude Aviation ARNG Training Site [HAATS], 
					Gypsum, CO.  To 1106th TASMG
				00071 (M3190) was rebuilt CH-47B 67-18471.  Accepted by the US Army 30Nov87
					Assigned to 205th Aviation Company Geronimos USAREUR 
					Assigned to B Company, 6th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, USAREUR
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Illinois; 2nd Battalion, 238th Aviation Regiment, Peoria, IL 
				00072 (M3191) was rebuilt CH-47A 64-13165.  Accepted by the US Army 30Nov87
					Assigned to 205th Aviation Company Geronimos, USAREUR, West Germany 
					Assigned to B Company, 6th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment Geronimos, USAREUR, 
					Assigned to A Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, USAREUR, Germany
					Assigned to F Company, 159th Aviation Regiment "Big Windy", USAREUR, Germany
					Assigned to B Company, 5th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment "Big Windy", USAREUR, Germany 
					Assigned to B Company, 5th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment "Big Windy", Iraq Jul07-Sep08
					Detached to Dublin Airport, Ireland 18May11 to 13Jun11 in support of HMX-1 with visit of 
					President Obama to Ireland
					Assigned to 2nd Battalion, 210th Aviation Regiment, Fort Eustis, VA 
					Redesignated GCH-47D as a GIA 
				00073 (M3192) was rebuilt CH-47B 67-18446.  Rebuilt from CH-47B 67-18446
					Accepted by the US Army 23Dec87
					Assigned to 205th Aviation Company Geronimos USAREUR 
					Assigned to B Company, 6th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, USAREUR
					Assigned to A Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, USAREUR, Germany
					Assigned to F Company, 159th Aviation Regiment "Big Windy", USAREUR, Germany
					Destroyed in Afghanistan Oct 1, 2012.  Crashed Arghandab, Zabul province in southern 
					Afghanistan. The Taliban claimed credit for the downing of the helicopter but international 
					forces denied the allegation. International Security Assistance Force confirmed that a Chinook 
					helicopter crash-landed in southern Afghanistan
				00074 (M3193) was rebuilt CH-47A 61-2422.  Accepted by the US Army 22Dec87
					Assigned to 205th Aviation Company Geronimos USAREUR 
					Assigned to B Company, 6th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment [USAREUR], Mainz, Germany
					Assigned to B Company, 2nd Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment Apr93
					Assigned to B Company, 159th Aviation Regiment, Hunter AAF, Savannah, GA
					Assigned to 1st Battalion, 223rd Aviation Regiment, Fort Rucker, AL 	Code 74A
				00075 (M3194) was rebuilt CH-47B 66-19102.  Accepted by the US Army 22Nov87
					Assigned to 205th Aviation Company Geronimos USAREUR 
					Assigned to B Company, 6th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, USAREUR
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Florida; 1st Battalion, 111th Aviation Regiment, Jacksonville, FL 
				00076 (M3195) was rebuilt CH-47A 62-2117.  Accepted by the US Army 23Dec87
					Assigned to 205th Aviation Company Geronimos USAREUR 17Mar88
					Assigned to B Company, 6th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, USAREUR
					Assigned to 1st Battalion, 223rd Aviation Regiment, Fort Rucker, AL 	Code 76A
				00077 (M3196) was rebuilt CH-47B 66-19132.  Accepted by the US Army 30Jan88
					Assigned to 205th Aviation Company Geronimos USAREUR 17Mar88
					Assigned to B Company, 6th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, USAREUR
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Connecticut
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Colorado; 2nd Battalion, 135th Aviation Regiment, Aurora, CO
					USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Region, has approved the Colorado Army National Guard aircraft 
					for use on Emergency Life Saving missions and/or Wildland Fire Fighting activities as specified 
					in the Colorado Interagency Cooperative Fire Management Agreement for the period of June 2012 
					through June 2013.
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 13-08137
				00078 (M3197) was rebuilt CH-47B 67-18436.  Accepted by the US Army 31Jan88
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – California. 1st General Support Aviation Battalion, 
					126th Aviation Regiment Delta Schooners
				00079 (M3198) was rebuilt CH-47B 66-19120.  Accepted by the US Army 5Feb88
					Assigned to A Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, USAREUR
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – South Carolina; 2nd Battalion, 238th Aviation Regiment, 
					Eastover, SC
					SC ARNG for sale by GSA Auctions at Summit Avn, Middletown, DE, May 23, 2014
					To N411CH with Columbia Helicopters Inc of Aurora, Oregon Mar 17, 2015
				00080 (M3199) was rebuilt CH-47A 62-2118.  Accepted by the US Army 10Feb88
					Assigned to Maintenance Test Pilot Course (MTPC), Cairns AAF, Fort Rucker, AL
					Assigned to 1st Battalion, 214th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, Fort Lewis, WA 
				00081 (M.3200) was rebuilt CH-47B 67-18477.  Accepted by the US Army 23Feb88
					Assigned to A Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, USAREUR
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 08-08054
				00082 (M3201) was rebuilt CH-47A 63-7919. Accepted by the US Army 26Feb88
					Assigned to A Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, USAREUR
 					Rebuilt as CH-47F 11-08096
				00083 (M3202) was rebuilt CH-47B 67-18466.  Accepted by the US Army 29Feb88
					Assigned to A Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, USAREUR
					Assigned to A Company, 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 10-08077
				00084 (B3203) was rebuilt CH-47A 62-2132.  Accepted by the US Army 22Mar88
					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
				00085 (M3204) was rebuilt CH-47B 67-18453.  Accepted by the US Army 29Mar88
					Assigned to A Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, USAREUR, Germany
					Assigned to the NATO-led Implementation Force (IFOR), Operation Joint Endeavour, Dec95 - Dec. 96 
					in Bosnia and Herzegovina
					Noted in the Netherlands during the visit of President Clinton, May 1997.
					Assigned to C Company, 159th Aviation Regiment, Fort Bragg, NC 
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 10-08081
				00086 (M3205) was rebuilt CH-47A 62-2133.  Accepted by the US Army 31Mar88
					Assigned to A Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, USAREUR, Germany
					Assigned to the NATO-led Implementation Force (IFOR), Operation Joint Endeavour, Dec95 - Dec. 96 
					in Bosnia and Herzegovina
					Noted in the Netherlands during the visit of President Clinton, May 1997.
					Assigned to 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY 
					To Canadian Armed Forces as 147203 in 2008	
					Accepted by the CAF for use by Canadian Forces Joint Task Force Afghanistan Air Wing at Kandahar, Afghanistan.
					To AMARC 22Sep11, code 2797. Departed AMARC 28Aug12
					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.
				00087 (M3206) was rebuilt CH-47B 66-19111.  Accepted by the US Army 27Apr88
					Assigned to A Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, USAREUR, Germany
					Assigned to A Company, 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY 
 					Rebuilt as CH-47F 08-08052
				00088 (M3207) was rebuilt CH-47A 62-2136.  Accepted by the US Army 28Apr88
					Assigned to A Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, USAREUR, Germany
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – California. 1st General Support Aviation Battalion, 126th 
					Aviation Regiment "Delta Schooners"
					Reported May13 at Fort Rucker, Knox AHP, AL. Code 88F
				00089 (M.3208) was rebuilt CH-47B 67-18484.  Accepted by the US Army 27Apr88
					Assigned to A Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, USAREUR, Germany 27Jun88
					Assigned to the NATO-led Implementation Force (IFOR), Operation Joint Endeavour, Dec95 - Dec. 96 in 
					Bosnia and Herzegovina
					Noted in the Netherlands during the visit of President Clinton, May 1997.
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Hawaii; B Company, 214th Aviation Regiment "Hillclimbers", Wheeler Field, Hawaii 
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Hawaii; B Company, 214th Aviation Regiment "Hillclimbers", Iraq 2009-2010 
					Destroyed in Afghanistan Jan 13, 2011
				00090 (M3209) was rebuilt CH-47A 63-7902.  Accepted by the US Army 29Apr88
					Assigned to A Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, USAREUR, Germany 11Jun88
					Assigned to C Company, 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY 6Nov92
					Assigned to US Army Aviation Center, Fort Rucker, AL 9Jan02
					Inducted 6Apr09 into the CH-47D recapitalization program at Corpus Christi Army Depot, TX. Completed 4Aug10
					Assigned to US Army Aviation Center of Excellence, Fort Rucker, AL 19Oct10
					Assigned to 1st Battalion, 223rd Aviation Regiment, Fort Rucker, AL 	Code 90A
					Stored at Summit Airport, Middletown, DE
					For sale by GSA Auctions at Middletown, Delaware Jan 16, 2014
				00091 (M3210) was rebuilt CH-47B 66-19134.  Accepted by the US Army 28Apr88
					Assigned to A Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, USAREUR, Germany
					Assigned to C Company, 159th Aviation Battalion, Fort Campbell, KY 
					Assigned to 7th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, New Century, KS 
					Stored at Summit Airport, Middletown, DE
				00092 (M3211) was rebuilt CH-47A 63-7903.  Accepted by the US Army 29Apr88
					Assigned to A Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, USAREUR, Germany
					Assigned to 7th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, New Century, KS 
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Colorado; 2nd Battalion, 135th Aviation Regiment, Aurora, CO
					USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Region, approved the Colorado Army National Guard 
					aircraft for use on Drug Enforcement Operations for the period of May 2012 through May 2013.
				00093 (M3212) was rebuilt CH-47B 66-19135.  Accepted by the US Army 26May88
					Assigned to A Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, USAREUR, Germany
					Assigned to 7th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, New Century, KS 
					Stored at Summit Airport, Middletown, DE
				00094 (M3213) was rebuilt CH-47A 63-7904,  Accepted by the US Army 24May88
					Assigned to A Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, USAREUR, Germany
					Assigned to B Company, 6th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY
					Destroyed in Afghanistan Jun 17, 2008
				00095 (M.3214) was rebuilt CH-47B 67-18434.  Accepted by the US Army 27May88
					Assigned to A Company, 2nd Battalion, 501st Aviation Regiment, Camp Humphreys, South Korea Innkeepers 
					Bailed to Boeing Vertol. Demonstrated to the Chinese.
					Returned to the US Army 21Jan89
					Assigned to B Company, 2nd Battalion, 52nd Aviation Regiment, Camp Humphreys, South Korea 
					Rebuilt as MH-47G 04-03744.
				00096 (M3215) was rebuilt CH-47A 63-7906.  Accepted by the US Army 27May88
					Assigned to A Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, USAREUR, Germany
					Assigned to D Company, 502nd Aviation Regiment Cyclones, USAREUR, Coleman Barracks, Mannheim, West Germany 
					Leased to Canadian Armed Forces as 147207 [attrition replacement for CAF 147202]	Named "Hercules"
					Accepted by the CAF for use by Canadian Forces Joint Task Force Afghanistan Air Wing at Kandahar, 
					Afghanistan.
					Returned to the US Army 18Aug11
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 12-08109
				00097 (M3216) was rebuilt CH-47B 67-18437.  Accepted by the US Army 21Jun88
					Assigned to D Company, 502nd Aviation Regiment Cyclones, USAREUR, Coleman Barracks, Mannheim, West Germany 
					Assigned to 7th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, New Century, KS 
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Connecticut
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Colorado; 2nd Battalion, 135th Aviation Regiment, Aurora, CO
					USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Region, has approved the Colorado Army National Guard 
					aircraft for use on Emergency Life Saving missions and/or Wildland Fire Fighting activities as 
					specified in the Colorado Interagency Cooperative Fire Management Agreement for the period of 
					June 2012 through June 2013.
					Assigned to 2nd Battalion, 210th Aviation Regiment, Fort Eustis, VA 
					Redesignated GCH-47D as a GIA 
					To Cat B trainer at Ft Eustis, Virginia
				00098 (M3217) was rebuilt CH-47A 63-7907.  Accepted by the US Army 21Jun88
					Assigned to D Company, 502nd Aviation Regiment Cyclones, USAREUR, Coleman Barracks, Mannheim, West Germany 
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Colorado; 2nd Battalion, 135th Aviation Regiment, Aurora, CO
					USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Region, has approved the Colorado Army National Guard aircraft 
					for use on Drug Enforcement Operations for the period of May 2012 through May 2013.
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 13-08136
				00099 (M3218) was rebuilt CH-47B 67-18474.  Accepted by the US Army 22Jun88
					Assigned to D Company, 502nd Aviation Regiment Cyclones, USAREUR, Coleman Barracks, Mannheim, West Germany 
					Assigned to A Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, USAREUR, Germany
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – California; G Company, 3rd Battalion, 140th Aviation Regiment 
					WFU. Stored waiting induction into the CH-47F model program
					Stored at Summit Airport, Middletown, DE
				00100 (M3219) was rebuilt CH-47A 63-7909.  Accepted by the US Army 27Jun88
					Assigned to D Company, 502nd Aviation Regiment Cyclones, USAREUR, Coleman Barracks, Mannheim, West Germany 
					Assigned to 295th Aviation Company, USAREUR 
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Illinois; 2nd Battalion, 238th Aviation Regiment, Peoria, IL 
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Michigan; 3rd Battalion, 238th Aviation Regiment, Selfridge AFB, MI 
				00101 (M3220) was rebuilt CH-47B 66-19119.  Accepted by the US Army 12Jul88
					Assigned to D Company, 502nd Aviation Regiment Cyclones, USAREUR, Coleman Barracks, Mannheim, West Germany 
					Assigned to 7th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, New Century, KS 
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Texas 20Sep93
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Illinois; F Company, 106th Aviation, Bartonville, IL
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Texas; 2nd Battalion, 149th Aviation Regiment, Hensley Field, 
					Grand Prairie, Dallas, Texas.
				00102 (M3221) was rebuilt CH-47A 63-7911.  Accepted by the US Army 25Jul88
					Assigned to D Company, 502nd Aviation Regiment Cyclones, USAREUR, Coleman Barracks, 
					Mannheim, West Germany 13Sep88
					Assigned to D Company, 502nd Aviation Regiment Cyclones, Southwest Asia
					Assigned to B Company, 6th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, Southwest Asia
					Assigned to B Company, 4th Battalion, 123rd Aviation Regiment, Fort Wainwright, AK 22Dec94
					Assigned to B Company, 4th Battalion, 123rd Aviation Regiment Sugar Bears, Iraq Dec04
					Wrecked during hard landing in Iraq May 22, 2005 following engine failure.  3 of 5 occupants injured.  
					AFM 10/2005.  Deemed uneconomical to recover and a total loss, the aircraft was blown up in-place 
					with demolition charges to prevent use of the various parts and pieces by others.
				00103 (M3222) was rebuilt CH-47B 66-19112. Accepted by the US Army 25Jul88
					Assigned to D Company, 502nd Aviation Regiment Cyclones, USAREUR, Coleman Barracks, Mannheim, West Germany 
 					Rebuilt as CH-47F 08-08048
				00104 (M3223) was rebuilt CH-47A 63-7914.  Accepted by the US Army 30Jul88
					Assigned to D Company, 502nd Aviation Regiment Cyclones, USAREUR, Coleman Barracks, Mannheim, West Germany 
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Oregon; 1st Battalion, 168th Aviation Regiment, Camp Pendleton, OR
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Mississippi; 1st Battalion, 111th Aviation Regiment 
				00105 (M3224) was rebuilt CH-47B 66-19127.  Accepted by the US Army 9Aug88
					Assigned to D Company, 502nd Aviation Regiment Cyclones, USAREUR, Coleman Barracks, Mannheim, West Germany
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Texas 20Sep93; 2nd Battalion, 149th Aviation Regiment, 
					Hensley Field, Grand Prairie, Dallas, Texas
				00106 (M3225) was rebuilt CH-47A 63-7917.  Accepted by the US Army 18Aug88
					Assigned to D Company, 502nd Aviation Regiment Cyclones, USAREUR, Coleman Barracks, Mannheim, West Germany 
					Assigned to 7th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, New Century, KS 
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Alabama
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Montana; 1st Battalion, 189th Aviation Regiment, Helena, MT
				00107 (M3226) was rebuilt CH-47B 67-18432.  Accepted by the US Army 30Aug88
					Assigned to D Company, 502nd Aviation Regiment Cyclones, USAREUR, Coleman Barracks, Mannheim, West Germany 
					Assigned to 7th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, New Century, KS 
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Oklahoma; 2nd Battalion, 149th Aviation Regiment, Lexington, OK 
				00108 (M3227) was rebuilt CH-47A 62-2129.  Accepted by the US Army 31Aug88
					Assigned to 1st Battalion, 223rd Aviation Regiment, Fort Rucker, AL 	Code 08C
					Named "Miss Piggy" with Texas ARNG Mun 1992.  Transferred to US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL 
				00109 (M3228) was rebuilt CH-47A 66-19098.  Accepted by the US Army 20Sep88
					Assigned to D Company, 502nd Aviation Regiment Cyclones, USAREUR, Coleman Barracks, Mannheim, West Germany 
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Colorado; 2nd Battalion, 135th Aviation Regiment, Aurora, CO	
					Named "The Creep Show" 
					USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Region, has approved the Colorado Army National Guard aircraft 
					for use on Drug Enforcement Operations for the period of May 2012 through May 2013.
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Ohio; 3rd Battalion, 238th Aviation Regiment, North Canton, OH 
				00110 (M3229) was rebuilt CH-47B 67-18463.  Accepted by the US Army 22Sep88
					Assigned to D Company, 502nd Aviation Regiment Cyclones, USAREUR, Coleman Barracks, Mannheim, West Germany 
					Assigned to 7th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, New Century, KS 
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Alabama; 131st Aviation Regiment
					Assigned to Eastern Army National Guard Aviation Training Site (EAATS), Indiantown Gap, PA
					Used to trial a Vibration Management Enhancement Program (VMEP) as part of a Condition 
					Based Maintenance (CBM) demonstration
					Assigned to 1st Battalion, 214th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, Fort Lewis, WA 
				00111 (M3230) was rebuilt CH-47B 66-19124.  Accepted by the US Army 28Sep88
					Assigned to D Company, 502nd Aviation Regiment Cyclones, USAREUR, Coleman Barracks, Mannheim, West Germany 
					Assigned to 7th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, New Century, KS 
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Washington; 1st Battalion, 168th Aviation Regiment, Joint Base Lewis McChord, WA
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Washington; 1st Battalion, 168th Aviation Regiment, Afghanistan
					Destroyed in Afghanistan Aug 12, 2012
				00112 (M3231) was rebuilt CH-47A 63-7920.  Accepted by the US Army 29Sep88
					Assigned to D Company, 502nd Aviation Regiment Cyclones, USAREUR, Coleman Barracks, Mannheim, West Germany 
					Assigned to A Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, USAREUR, Germany
					Assigned to B Company, 159th Aviation Regiment, Hunter AAF, Savannah, GA
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 12-08108
				00113 (M3232) was rebuilt CH-47B 67-18443.  Accepted by the US Army 30Sep88
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Texas
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Florida; 1st Battalion, 111th Aviation Regiment, Jacksonville, FL 
					Stored at Summit Airport, Middletown, DE
				00114 (M3233) was rebuilt CH-47B 67-18452.  Accepted by the US Army 25Oct88
					Assigned to Fort Rucker, AL
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Hawaii; B Company, 214th Aviation Regiment "Hillclimbers", 
					Wheeler Field, Hawaii 
					Assigned to B Company, 3rd Battalion, 10th Aviation Regiment, Fort Drum, NY 
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – California. 1st General Support Aviation Battalion, 
					126th Aviation Regiment "Delta Schooners"
				00115 (M3234) was rebuilt CH-47B 67-18459.  Accepted by the US Army 27Oct88
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Texas
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Florida; 1st Battalion, 111th Aviation Regiment, Jacksonville, FL 
				00116 (M3235) was rebuilt CH-47A 63-7921.  Accepted by the US Army 31Oct88
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Texas
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Mississippi; 1st Battalion, 111th Aviation Regiment 

87-00407/00507		McDonnell Douglas AH-64A Apache
				MSN PV426/PV526
				00407 (PV426) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05386 (PVD386)
				00408 (MSN PV427) noted Mar 18, 2003 in strip hall at AH-64D conversion facility, Mesa, AZ.
					Rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05312 (PVD312)
				00409 (MSN PV428) noted Mar 18, 2003 in strip hall at AH-64D conversion facility, Mesa, AZ
					Rebuilt as AH-64D 02--5313 (PVD313)
				00410 (MSN PV429, C Company, 1-501st AVN) hit power lines during training flight at Tuzla West,
					Kosovo Jan 2, 2001.  Crew uninjured, helo may be repairable.
					Rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05314 (PPVD314)
				00411 (PV430) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05351 (PVD351)
				00412 (PV431) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05465 (PVD465)
				00413 (PV432, A Company 1-1st AVN) damaged Oct 9, 2001.  Rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05468 (PVD468)
				00414 (PV433) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05413 (PVD413)
				00415 (PV434) rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05315 (PVD315)
				00416 (PV435) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05464 (PVD464)
				00417 (PV436) rebuilt as AH-64D 05-05486 (PVD486)
				00418 (PV437) suffered class B damage with 1-4th Avn Ft. Hood, TX Jan 22, 1990.  Repaired
					Rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05316 (PVD316)
				00419 (PV438) rebuilt as AH-64D 05-05485 (PVD485)
				00420 (PV439) rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05318 (PVD318)
				00421 (PV440) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05381 (PVD381)
				00422 (PV441) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05482 (PVD482)
				00423 (PV442) rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05319 (PVD319)
				00424 (B Coy/1-149th Avn) Destroyed by fire at Camp Swift, TX Feb 11, 1996.
				00425 (PV444) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05474 (PVD474)
				00426 (PV445) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05478 (PVD478)
				00427 (MSN PV446) rebuilt as AH-64D 01-05256 (PVD256)
				00428 (PV447) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05469 (PVD469)
				00429 (PV448) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05454 (PVD454)
				00430 (PV449) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05472 (PVD472)
				00431 (PV450) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05477 (PVD477)
				00432 (PV451) rebuilt as AH-64D 05-05497 (PVD497)
				00433 (PV452) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-5182 (PVD182)
				00434 (A Coy/3-227th Avn) crashed in Germany Jun 17, 1995.
				00435 (PV454) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05362 (PVD362)
				00437 (PV456) rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05320 (PVD320)
				00438 (PV457) rebuilt as AH-64D 05-05484 (PVD484)
				00439 (PV458) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05466 (PVD466)
				00440 (PV459) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05451 (PVD451)
				00441 (PV460) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-5230 (PVD230)
				00442 (PV461) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05470 (PVD470)
				00443 (PV462) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05354 (PVD354)
				00444 (PV463) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05459 (PVD459)
				00446 (PV465) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05449 (PVD449)
				00447 (PV466) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05457 (PVD457)
				00448 (PV467) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-5122 (PVD122)
				00449 (PV468) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05452 (PVD452)
				00450 (PV469, C Company, 3-227th Avn) w/o due to hard landing at Tabuk, Saudi Arabia Jan 21, 1991. Both crew injured.
				00451 (PV470) rebuilt as AH-64D 05-05496 (PVD496)
				00452 (C Coy/3-227th Avn) severely damaged in heavy landing in Saudi 
					Arabia Feb 24, 1991.  Aircraft lost night vision during a sand storm,
					crew became disoriented, and crashed into a 
					depression.  Both crew injured.  Has not been reported 
					since so presumably written off. 
				00453 (PV472) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05373 (PVD373)
				00454 (PV473) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05456 (PVD456)
				00455 (PV474) rebuilt as AH-64D 05-05488 (PVD488)
				00456 (PV475) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05401 (PVD401)
				00457 (PV476) rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05321.
				00458 rebuilt as AH-64D 00-5226 
				00459 (PV478) rebuilt as AH-64D 05-05489 (PVD489)
				00460 (PV479) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05453 (PVD453)
				00461 (PV480) rebuilt as AH-64D 99-5149 (PVD149)
				00462 (PV481) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-5178 (PVD178)
				00463 (PV482) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05445 (PVD445)
				00464 (PV483) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05420 (PV420)
				00465 (PV484) rebuilt as AH-64D 01-05238 (PVD238)
				00466 (PV485) (H & H Company 1-111th Avn/FL NG) crashed due to mechanical failure in Florida Feb 9, 2002. One crew killed, 
					other injured.
				00467 (PV486) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05417 (PVD417)
				00468 (PV487) rebuilt as AH-64D 05-05490 (PVD490)
				00469 (PV488) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05476 (PVD476)
				00470 (PV489) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05471 (PVD471)
				00471 (PV490) rebuilt as AH-64D 05-05499 (PVD499)
				00472 (PV491) rebuilt as AH-64D 05-05487 (PVD487)
				00473 (C Coy/1-1st Avn) Crashed and caught fire 12 mi N of Novo Brdo in Kosovo 
					Jun 8, 2003, following wire strike at night. Both crew killed
				00474 (PV493) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05475 (PVD475)
				00475 (PV494) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05447 (PVD447)
				00476 (PV495) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05481 (PVD481)
				00477 (PV496) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05479 (PVD479)
				00478 (PV497) rebuilt as AH-64D 05-05483 (PVD483)
				00479 (PV498) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05423 (PVD423)
				00480 (PV499) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05378 (PVD378)
				00481 (PV500) rebuilt as AH-64D 05-05492 (PVD492)
				00482 (PV501) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05429 (PVD429)
				00483 (PV502) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05424 (PVD424)
				00484 (PV503) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05480 (PVD480)
				00485 (PV504) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05426 (PVD426)
				00486 (PV505) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05431 (PVD431)
				00487 (PV506) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05446 (PVD446)
				00488 (Q Troop 4-3rd ACR) crashed in rugged terrain near Pike's Peak, CO Sep 19, 2002.  Two
					crewmen not seriously hurt.  Helicopter was recovered, but w/o.
				00489 (PV508) rebuilt as AH-64D 00-5179 (PVD179)
				00490 (PV5090 rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05427 (PVD427)
				00491 (PV510) suffered Class B damage with Q Troop, 4/3rd ACR Ft Carson, CO Jan 10, 2001 when
					rotor blades struck trees.  Rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05425 (PVD425)
				00492 (PV511) rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05337 (PVD337)
				00493 (PV512) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05363 (PVD363)
				00494 (PV513) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05346 (PVD346)
				00495 (PV514) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05414 (PVD414)
				00496 (PV515, A Company 1-501st Avn) suffered class B damage at Warsaw, Poland Oct 7, 2002.
					Rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05444 (PVD444)
				00497 (PV516) rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05342 (PVD342)
				00498 (PV517, R Coy/4-3rd ACR) struck ground hard during emergency landing
					in Iraq Jun 19, 2003 following inflight fire.  Declared a w/o, but was
					rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05435 (PVD435)
				00499 (PV518) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05411 (PVD411)
				00500 (PV519) rebuilt as AH-64D 02-05343 (PVD343)
				00501 suffered Class B damage Camp Williams, UT May 25, 1993. 
				00502 (PV521) rebuilt as AH-64D 03-05352 (PVD352)
				00503 (PV522) rebuilt as AH-64D 04-05473 (PVD473)
				00504 (PV523) rebuilt as AH-64D 05-05493 (PVD493)
				00505 (PV524) rebuilt as AH-64D 05-05494 (PVD494)
				00506 (PV525) rebuilt as AH-64D 05-05500 (PVD500)
				00507 (PV526) rebuilt as AH-64D 01-05241 (PVD241)

87-00725/00760		Bell OH-58D Kiowa Warrior  
				cn/ 43105/43140.  Rebuilt from earlier OH-58A airframes
				00728 rebuilt from 71-20348.  W/o Apr 1, 1991.
				00729 rebuilt from 71-20745.  Rebuilt as OH-58D(I) 93-00996.
				00731 rebuilt from 70-15222.  Rebuilt as OH-58D(I) 94-00150.
				00732 rebuilt from 71-20385
				00733 rebuilt from 70-15270
				00734 rebuilt as OH-58D(R) 96-0029.
				00735 rebuilt from 71-20639
				00736 rebuilt from 71-20758
				00737 rebuilt from 72-21111
				00739 rebuilt from 72-21244.   w/o at Crockett, TX 11/23/1989.
				00740 rebuilt from 71-20490
				00741 rebuilt as OH-58D(I) 94-0153.
				00743 rebuilt from 72-21434.  Rebuilt as OH-58D(I) 93-01007.
				00744 was ex OH-58A 70-15340.
				00745 rebuilt from 70-15284.
				00746 rebuilt from 71-20827
				00747 rebuilt from 71-20543
				00748 rebuilt from 72-21190
				00750 rebuilt from 72-21192
				00752 rebuilt from 72-21191
				00753 rebuilt from 72-21139.  Later rebuilt as OH-58D(1) 94-0175
				00754 rebuilt from 72-21427
				00756 rebuilt from 72-21234
				00758 rebuilt from 70-15197.
				00759 rebuilt from 71-20552.  Rebuilt as OH-58D(I) 95-0012.
				00760 rebuilt from 71-20380.  Rebuilt as OH-58D(I) 94-0176

87-24579/24656		Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk
				24658, 24659, 24661/24669, 24671/24673 modified to EH-60A.
				24660, 24670 modified to EH-60C
				24579 (A Coy/1-244th Avn) forcelanded in southern Iraq Sep 21, 2004.  Named "Miss Understood" in 2002 when
					serving with 5th Vattalion 158th Aviation Regiment in Germany.
				24583 (MSN 701088) Assigned to SHAPE Flight Detachment, Chi่vres, Belgium
					Assigned to 52nd Aviation Regiment 
				24584 (MSN 701090) Assigned to SHAPE Flight Detachment, Chi่vres, Belgium
					Assigned to 52nd Aviation Regiment 
				24586 (1-228th Avn) crashed into mountain near Lake Yojoa, Honduras during training exercise
					Dec 11, 2002.  All 5 onboard killed.
				24588 (MSN 701096)
				24589 (MSN 701098) As UH-60+ assigned in January 2016 to 1st Battalion, 214th Aviation Regiment at Landstuhl, Germany.
				24595 (MSN 701106) Assigned to 1st Battalion, 212th Aviation Regiment 
				24596 damaged Jun 24, 2001 in hard landing while conducting a simulated 
					engine failure landing in dusty conditions.
				24602 returned to INARNG in 2008
				24606 (MSN 701124) Assigned to 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment 
					Possibly converted to HH-60L
					(101st Avn) crashed near Fort Campbell Mar 8, 1988 after
					colliding with UH-60A 85-24462.  Total of 17 personnel killed.
				24610 (MSN 701131) for sale by GSA Auctions at Huntsville, AL Jun 11, 2015. To N596ZB with Brown Helicopter Inc, 
					Pensacola, Florida on September 24, 2015. 
				24615 for sale by GSA Auctions at Huntsville, AL, Sep 22 2016,
				24621 (MSN 701149) (B Coy/5-158th Avn) while in clamshell hangar at Aviano AB, Italy was
					struck by high winds Jun 29, 2006 that destroyed the hangar and tipped
					helo over, wrecking rotor system and breaking off the tail boom.
					Has been removed to Coleman Barracs, Germany for probable repair.  (B Coy/5-158th Avn)
					crashed at Viernheim, Germany Feb 3, 2010. 3 killed.
				24624 (571st Med Co) crashed in Kuwait Apr 6, 2003.
				24629 (MSN 701159)
				24631 returned to Indiana ARNG in 2008
				24641 (MSN 701177) to US Customs Mar 1993.
				24642 modified into CINC aircraft with weather radar and satcom communications.
				24643 (MSN 701180)
				24645 (MSN 701184) 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]
				24647 (MSN 701187)
				24648 (MSN 701188) to US Customs Mar 1993. Returned to US Army Apr 2006.  Returned to Indiana ARNG in 2008
				24653 converted to UH-60L
87-24657/24674       Sikorsky EH-60A Black Hawk
				24670 (MSN 702167) reported transferred to US Navy
				24673 1-212th AVN USAACE transferred to Science and Engineering SVS LLC, Huntsville, AL.  For sale by
					GSA Auctions at Huntsville, AL Aug 29, 2016.
				24674 (MSN 701303)

87-26000/26005		Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk
				26000 (MSN 701200, C Co/6-159th Avn) shot down in error by a F-15C with AIM-120A, because misidentified as a 
					Mi-24 in Iraq Apr 14, 1994. 13 killed.  88-26060 shot down by another F-15C in same friendly fire incident.
87-26006/26014		Sikorsky UH-60G Black Hawk
				for USAF
				26006 (HH-60G) crashed Dec 15, 1999 near Al Jaber Air Base, Kuwait.  The four crew
					escaped with minor injuries.  Repaired and back in service by Aug 2003.
				26011 (MSN 701213) named "Sand Devil" with 55th SOS in Apr 1991.
				26014 (MSN 701218, HH-60G) of 66th RQS w/o Oct 20, 2004.  Crashed 106 mi
					E of Shindand, Afghanistan during medevac mission while
					attempting to lower medical litter in brownout conditions.
					3 of 4 crew members injured, one dying in hospital the next
					day.  The injured passenger survived.  (AFM 11/2005).

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