1990 USAF Serial Numbers


Last revised January 7, 2017


90-0001/0009		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40D Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 4R-60/4R-68.  Built by TAI for Turkey, Peace Onyx I
				0001 (162 Filo) crashed May 24, 2000.  Wreck repaired to static display condition.
				0002 w/o Apr 1, 1993
				0003 w/o Nov 22, 1994
90-0010/0021		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40F Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 4R-69/4R-80.  Built by TAI for Turkey, Peace Onyx I
				0015 (MSN 4R-74) crashed near Bandirma AB with 161 Filo of THK Dec 22, 2003.
					Pilot ejected.  AFM 1/2006
90-0022/0024		General Dynamics F-16D Block 40F Fighting Falcon  
				MSN 4S-16/4S-18.  Built by TAI for Turkey, Peace Onyx I
90-0025/0027		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15AJ OCU Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 6H-134/6H-136.  Built by SABCA for Belgium (FA-134/136)
				0025 (FA-134) has had mid life update and now designated F-16AM
				0026 (FA-135) has had mid life update and now designated F-16AM
				0027 (FA-136) has had mid life update and now designated F-16AM.  Was last F-16 delivered to Belgian AF.
90-0028/0029		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40D Fighting Falcon 
				MSN AC-1/2 to Bahrain as 101,103, under Peace Crown
90-0030/0035		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40E Fighting Falcon 
				MSN AC-3/8. to Bahrain as 105,107,109,111,113,115, under Peace Crown 
90-0036/0039		General Dynamics F-16D Block 40D Fighting Falcon
				MSN AD-1/4. to Bahrain as 150,152,154,156, under Peace Crown
90-0040/0041		Northrop B-2A Block 10 Spirit
				0040 AV-15 MSN 1015 *Spirit of Alaska*.  Upgraded to Block 20 1997, to Block 30 1999
				0041 AV-16 MSN 1016 *Spirit of Hawaii*.  Upgraded to Block 20 1996, to Block 30 1999.

90-0060			Beechcraft Be.100 King Air
				ex-civilian aircraft MSN BE-67.  Serials before entering military service were
					N6035H and then N522CF.  Back to civil registry as N4415L with Idaho 
					State University Nov 2001.
90-0061/0150		General Dynamics AGM-129A missiles

90-0161/0163		Lockheed MC-130H Combat Talon II
				0161 (MSN 382-5265, 16th SOW, 15th SOS) crashed on Monte Perucho, Puerto Rico Aug 7, 2002 during
					night training mission in bad weather.  All 10 crew killed.
				0162 (MSN 382-5266) MC-130H Talon II equipped with terrain following/avoidance
					radar, infrared detecting system, GPS, ECM, communications, package
					and specialized aerial delivery equipment.
				0163 (MSN 382-5256) is AC-130U named "Bad Omen";attached to 4 SOS/1 SOW (Hurlburt Field,Florida): 2013.
					Retired to AMARC Sep 21, 2015
90-0164/0167		Lockheed AC-130U Hercules
				0164 (MSN 382-5257)  named "Bad Intentions"
				0165 (MSN 382-5259) named "Death Before Dawn"
				0166 (MSN 382-5261) named "Hellraiser"
				0167 (MSN 382-5262) named "Intimidator"
90-0168/0169		CASA C-41A
				CASA 212-200 Aviocar.  Ex N216TA and N218TA
				0169 operated by US Army at Laguna AAF.
90-0170/0179		Alenia/Chrysler C-27A Spartan
				MSN 4097/4101
				0170 (MSN 4097) to AMARC Jan 11, 1999 as CC0007 from 310th AS/24th WG at Howard AFB, Panama. 
					Removed from AMARC Oct 2008 and delivered to Eglin AFB for use by Air Force Research
					Laboratory as AC-27J to test feasibility of mounting 30mm and 40mm 
					guns on C-27s.  Assigned civil number of N2290E  with US State Department Feb 17, 2000.  
				0171 (MSN 4098) to AMARC Jan 11, 1999 as CC0005 from 310th AS/24th WG at Howard AFB, Panama.  
					To Department of State Jul 14, 1999 as N23743.  Back to AMARC Mar 25, 2013.  Registration N23743 cancelled
					Apr 24, 2015.  To Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				0172 (MSN 4099) to AMARC Jan 11, 1999 as CC0004 from 310th AS/24th WG at Howard AFB, Panama.  
					Assigned civil number of N47612 with Department of State Feb 17, 2000.  Registered to Russell
					Military Museum, Russell, IL Oct 17, 2014
				0173 (MSN 4100) to AMARC Sep 15, 1997 as CC0002 from 310th AS/24th WG, Howard AFB, Panama.  
					Assigned civil number of N2286K with Department of State Feb 23, 2000. For same by GSA Auctions at
					Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ Jan 20, 2014.  Sale reported to Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL 
					Oct 17, 2014
				0174 (MSN 4101) to AMARC Jan 14, 1999 as CC0010 from 310th AS/24th WG, Howare AFB, Panama.  
					Assigned civil number of N2290J with Department of State Feb 17, 2999.  Back to AMARC Mar 19, 2013.
					Scheduled to go to Pima Air and Space Museum, Arizona.  Registered to Russell Military Museum, Russell, IL
					Oct 17, 2014.
				0175/0179 cancelled
90-0175			Grumman E-8C JSTARS
				MSN T-3.  JSTARS permanent test aircraft modified from 707 airframe by Grumman.
					Was former Boeing 707-338C MSN 19621 delivered 1967 to Qantas
					as VH-EAA, then OO-YCK, P2-ANB, TF-AEB, 5Y-AXA, N526SJ.
					Unveiled with JT8D-219 engines at Northrop Grumman, Melbourne,
					FL Dec 17, 2008.  Made first flight with new engines Dec 20, 2008. Retired Jan 1, 2014 and
					to AMARC.
90-0176			Lockheed C-130HE Hercules
				MSN 5215.  To Republic of China AF as 1351
90-0177/0178		CASA C-41A
				CASA 212-200 Aviocar
				It appears that these really belong in FY 90, not FY-85
90-0227/0244		McDonnell Douglas F-15E-49-MC Strike Eagle
				MSN E-129/E-146
				0227 perhaps MSN 1155/E129
				0228 perhaps MSN 1156/E130
				0229 perhaps MSN 1157/E131
				0230 perhaps MSN 1159/E132
				0231 perhaps MSN 1160/E133.  With 4th FW, 336th FS, crashed 30 mi W of Ghazni, Afghanistan Jul 18, 2009.
					Both crew killed.
				0232 perhaps MSN 1161/E134
				0233 perhaps MSN 1163/E135
				0234 perhaps MSN 1164/E136
				0235 MSN 1165/E137.  (391st EFS) crashed in Southwest Asia Mar 28, 2012.  WSO ejected safely, but pilot was killed
					when his ejection sequence was interrupted by hitting a radio tower.  Cause blamed on pilot becoming
					spatially disoriented.
				0236 perhaps MSN 1167/E138
				0237 perhaps MSN 1168/E139
				0238 perhaps MSN 1169/E140
				0239 perhaps MSN 1171/E141
				0240 perhaps MSN 1172/E142
				0241 perhaps MSN 1173/E143
				0242 perhaps MSN 1175/E144
				0243 perhaps MSN 1176/E145.  With 391 FS, 336FW at Mountain Home AFB
				0244 perhaps MSN 1177/E146
90-0245/0262		McDonnell Douglas F-15E-50-MC Strike Eagle
				0245 MSN 1179/E147
				0246 MSN 1180/E148
				0247 MSN 1181/E149
				0248 MSN 1183/E150
				0249 MSN 1184/E151
				0250 MSN 1185/E152
				0251 MSN 1187/E153
				0252 MSN 1188/E154
				0253 MSN 1189/E155
				0254 MSN 1191/E156.  (391st EFS, 380th AEW) crashed in southwest Asia due to catastrophic failure of right
					engine May 3, 2012.  Both crew ejected safely.
				0255 MSN 1193/E157
				0256 MSN 1194/E158
				0257 MSN 1196/E159
				0258 MSN 1198/E160
				0259 MSN 1199/E161
				0260 MSN 1201/E162
				0261 MSN 1203/E163
				0262 MSN 1204/E164
90-0263/0268		McDonnell Douglas F-15C-49-MC Eagle
				Sold to Saudi Arabia, Peace Sun VI
				0263 MSN 1154/047 to RSAF as 1323
				0264 MSN 1158/048 to RSAF as 1324
				0265 MSN 1162/049 to RSAF as 1325
				0266 MSN 1166/050 to RSAF as 1326
				0267 MSN 1170/051 to RSAF as 1327.  With 13th Sqn, w/o Jul 2, 1996.
				0268 MSN 1174/052 to RSAF as 1328
90-0269/0271		McDonnell Douglas F-15C-50-MC Eagle
				Sold to Saudi Arabia, Peace Sun VI
				0269 MSN 1178/053 to RSAF as 1329
				0270 MSN 1182/054 to RSAF as 1330
				0271 MSN 1186/055 to RSAF as 1331, reserialed to 1315
90-0272/0274		McDonnell Douglas F-15D Eagle
				Sold to Saudi Arabia, Peace Sun VI
				0272 MSN 1192/017 to RSAF as 1332.  W/o with 13th Sqn, Jul 2, 1996.
				0273 MSN 1197/018 to RSAF as 1333
				0274 MSN 1202/019 to RSAF as 1334
90-0275/0279		McDonnell Douglas F-15D Eagle
				Sold to Israel, Peace Fox IV
				0275 MSN 1190/ID009 to IDF/AF as 733
				0276 MSN 1195/ID010 to IDF/AF as 706
				0277 MSN 1200/ID011 to IDF/AF as 715
				0278 MSN 1205/ID012 to IDF/AF as 401, later reserialed 701
				0279 MSN 1206/ID013 to IDF/AF as 714

90-0300			Gulfstream C-20H
				Gulfstream IV MSN 1181 ex N473GA (was Gulfstream test registration) to USAF.  Registered N906GA to USAF,
					Tinker AFB, Oklahoma May 18, 2011, cancelled Dec 12, 2013
				
90-0382/0393		Thiokol LGM-118A Peacekeeper
				Land-based ICBM built by Boeing, Martin Marietta, TRW, and the Denver Aerospace Company.  Thiokol built the first
				stage.  Also known as the MX missile (for Missile eXperimental)

90-0398/0413		Beechcraft T-1A Jayhawk
				not sure if 0398 and 0399 were assigned.
				0400 is MSN TT-3, ex-N2829B.  with 99th FTS at Randolph AFB in 2013
				0401 is MSN TT-7
				0402 is MSN TT-8
				0403 is MSN TT-9
				0404 is MSN TT-6
				0405 is MSN TT-4
				0406 is MSN TT-11
				0407 is MSN TT-10
				0408 is MSN TT-12
				0409 is MSN TT-13
				0410 is MSN TT-14
				0411 is MSN TT-15
				0412 is MSN TT-2, originally Beech 400a MSN RK-15,
					ex-N2887B
				0413 is MSN TT-16
90-0481/0485		General Dynamics F-16D Fighting Falcon
				cancelled contract
90-0523/0531		Fairchild/Swearingen C-26B Metro III
				0523 (MSN DC-784M) to Peru AF as 341.  W/o
				0524 (MSN DC-790M) to Peru AF as 343, later reserialled as 528
				0525 (MSN DC-792M) to Peruvian AF as 344 summer 2005
				0526 (MSN DC-793M) to Peru as 342.
				0527 (MSN DC-794M) to US Army
				0528 (MSN DC-795M) to US Navy as C-26D BuNo 900528
				0529 (MSN DC-791M)
				0530 (MSN DC-796M) to US Navy as C-26D BuNo 900530
				0531 (MSN DC-798M) to US Navy as C-26D BuNo 900531.  Seen with US Navy at Aviano, Italy Apr 22, 2015.
90-0532/0535		McDonnell Douglas C-17A Lot III Globemaster III
				MSN 50011/50014, line number P-7/P-10
				0532 with 62nd AW, McChord AMC

90-0700/0702		General Dynamics F-16C Block 42H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-308/310
				0700 named "City of Wauseon" with Ohio ANG in 2001.
90-0703			General Dynamics F-16C Block 40H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-311
90-0704/0708		General Dynamics F-16C Block 42H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-312/316
				0704 named "City of Bowling Green" with Ohio ANG in 2001.
				0706 named "Cith of Perrysburg" in Ohio ANG in 2001.
90-0709/0711		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-317/319
90-0712/0713		General Dynamics F-16C Block 42H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-320/321
90-0714			General Dynamics F-16C Block 40H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-322
90-0715/0716		General Dynamics F-16C Block 42H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-323/324
90-0717/0718		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-325/326
				0717 (80th FS, 8th FW) ran into F-16C 90-0733 on runway at Kunsan AB, South Korea Jul 29, 2011.  No injuries, but both aircraft
					were damaged.
90-0719/0722		General Dynamics F-16C Block 42H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-327/330
				0719 with 125th FS, 1385h FW of Oklahoma ANG in 1997
90-0723/0725		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-331/333
90-0726/0732		General Dynamics F-16C Block 42H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-334/340
90-0733/0736		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-341/344
				0733 (80th FS, 8th FW) was run into by F-16C 90-0717 on runway at Kunsan AB, South Korea Jul 29, 2011.
					No injuries, but both aircraft were damaged.
90-0737/0740		General Dynamics F-16C Block 42H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-345/348
90-0741			General Dynamics F-16C Block 42J Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-349
90-0742/0745		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40J Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-350/353
				0744 with 419th Fighter Wing at Hill Air Force Base.
90-0746/0752		General Dynamics F-16C Block 42J Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-354/360
				0749 w/o 5/31/92, Nevada
90-0753			General Dynamics F-16C Block 40J Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-361
90-0754/0755		General Dynamics F-16C Block 42J Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-362/363
				0754 with 56th FW at Luke AFB in 2013
90-0756			General Dynamics F-16C Block 40J Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-364
90-0757/0762		General Dynamics F-16C Block 42J Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-365/370
				0761 w/o Oct 28, 1992, Shaw AFB
90-0763			General Dynamics F-16C Block 40J Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-371
90-0764/0768		General Dynamics F-16C Block 42J Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-372/376
				0764 w/o Feb 7, 1994, Soper, OK
90-0769/0770		General Dynamics F-16C Block 42K Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-377/378
90-0771/0776		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40K Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1C-379/384 
				0771 (36th FS) crashed NE of Kunsan AB, South Korea Mar 21, 2012 due to engine malfunction.  Pilot ejected safely.
				0776 (F-16CG, 27th FW/524th FS) noted flying erratically before diving into
					field 20 mi NW of Baghdad and exploding Nov 27, 2006.  Pilot (from
					56th FW/309th FS) presumed killed.  Insurgents reached the crash site
					before coalition forces and no trace of body subsequently found. 
					The official report said that the pilot was making a second strafing
					run on insurgent vehicles and experienced "target fixation".  AFM 6/2007
90-0777			General Dynamics F-16D Block 40H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1D-55
90-0778			General Dynamics F-16D Block 42H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1D-56
				0778 scored first USAF F-16 kill 12/27/92	
90-0779/0780		General Dynamics F-16D Block 40H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1D-57/58
90-0781			General Dynamics F-16D Block 42H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1D-59
90-0782			General Dynamics F-16D Block 40H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1D-60
90-0783			General Dynamics F-16D Block 42H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1D-61
90-0784			General Dynamics F-16D Block 40H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1D-62
				0784 w/o Feb 18, 1993, Eielson AFB, Alaska
90-0785/0787		General Dynamics F-16D Block 42H Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1D-63/65
90-0788/0790		General Dynamics F-16D Block 42J Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1D-66/68
90-0791/0792		General Dynamics F-16D Block 40J Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1D-69/70
				0792 (51st FW) crashed over Yellow Sea 60 nm west of Osan
					Mar 25, 1998 during training mission.  Pilot missing.
90-0793			General Dynamics F-16D Block 42J Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 1D-71 
90-0794/0796		General Dynamics F-16D Block 40J Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1D-72/74
				0794 (694th FS, 347th WG) crashed Feb 16, 2000 near Moody AFB, GA.  Both pilots ejected safely.
90-0797/0800		General Dynamics F-16D Block 40K Fighting Falcon
				MSN 1D-75/78
				0797 (412th TW)
				0798 w/o Jun 19, 1998
90-0801/0804		General Dynamics F-16C Block 50 Fighting Falcon
				MSN CC-1/4
				0801 (35th FW, 145h FS) in collision with 90-0811 Nov 13, 2000.  
					One pilot rescued, the other one missing.
				0804 destroyed Jul 24, 1998 when aircraft overran the runway
					during aborted takeoff.  Pilot died of injuries.
90-0805/0808		General Dynamics F-16C Block 50A Fighting Falcon
				MSN CC-5/8
90-0809			General Dynamics F-16C Block 52A Fighting Falcon
				MSN CC-9
				(57th FW) in midair collision with 88-0542 Aug 8, 2000.  Survived and was repaired.
90-0810/0812		General Dynamics F-16C Block 50A Fighting Falcon
				MSN CC-10/12
				0811 (35th FW, 14th FS) crashed into Sea of Japan Nov 13, 2000 after collision with F-16C 90-0801.
90-0813/0833		General Dynamics F-16C Block 50B Fighting Falcon
				MSN CC-13/33
				0814 w/o Oct 25, 1994.
				0815 (F-15CJ, 20th FW, 77th FS) crashed into Atlantic Ocean east of Charleston, SC Jul 6, 2001.  
					Cause of loss was g-induced loss of consciousness.  Pilot killed during the ejection sequence.
				0822 with 13th FS/35th FW at Misawa
				0823 w/o Feb 2, 1994, Gatlinburg, TN
				0832 crashed on pre-delivery test flight May 24, 1993, Mineral Wells, TX.
					Lockheed test pilot killed.
90-0834/0838		General Dynamics F-16D Block 50A Fighting Falcon
				MSN CD-1/5
				0835 used by 412th Test Wing at Edwards AFB as testbed for Common Configuration
					Implementation Program.
				0836 seen at Eglin AFB in 2009.
				0837 (F-16DJ, 35th FW, 142nd FS) crashed into sea during training exercise
					off northern Japan Apr 3, 2001 due to engine failure following foreign
					object damage.  Pilot ejected safely
					and was rescued by Japanese navy helicopter.
90-0839			General Dynamics F-16D Block 52A Fighting Falcon
				MSN CD-6
90-0840/0841		General Dynamics F-16D Block 50A Fighting Falcon
				MSN CD-7/8
90-0842/0849		General Dynamics F-16D Block 50B Fighting Falcon
				MSN CD-9/16
				0848 used by Lockheed Martin at Fort Worth to test new systems.  Sep 2008
					was used by Lockheed Martion as chase plane for F-35 program.
				0849 w/o Jan 13, 1995, Durbuy
90-0850/0862		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40H Fighting Falcon 
				MSN CJ-2/CJ-14.
				sold to Israel as IDF/AF serials 503,506,508,511,512,514,516,519,520,522,523,525,527 under Peace Marble III
90-0863/0870		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40K Fighting Falcon 
				0863/0874 MSN CJ-15/CJ-22.
				sold to Israel as IDF/AF serials 528,530,531,534,535,536,538,539 under Peace Marble III
90-0871/0874		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40L Fighting Falcon 
				MSN CJ-23/CJ-26
				sold to Israel as IDF/AF serials 542,543,546,547 under Peace Marble III
90-0875/0878		General Dynamics F-16D Block 40H Fighting Falcon
				MSN CK-1/CK-4.  Sold to Israel as IDF/AF serials 601,603,606,610 under Peace Marble III
				0877 (IDF/AF 606) and 0895 (IDF/AF 660) both w/o Jul 18, 1995 with 101 Squadron.  Mid air?
90-0879/0886		General Dynamics F-16D Block 40J Fighting Falcon
				MSN CK-5/CK-12.  Sold to Israel as 612,615,619,621,624,628,630,633, Peace Marble III
90-0887/0894		General Dynamics F-16D Block 40K Fighting Falcon
				MSN CK-13/CK-20.  Sold to Israel as 637,638,642,647,648,651,652,656, Peace Marble III.
90-0895/0898		General Dynamics F-16D Block 40L Fighting Falcon
				MSN CK-21/CK-24.  Sold to Israel as 660,664,666,667, Peace Marble III.
				0877 (IDF/AF 606) and 0895 (IDF/AF 660) both w/o Jul 18, 1995 with 101 Squadron.  Mid air?
90-0899/0907		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40J Fighting Falcon
				MSN BC-3/BC-11.  Sold to Egypt as EAF serials 9903/9911, Peace Vector III
90-0908/0922		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40K Fighting Falcon
				MSN BC-12/BC-26.  Sold to Egypt as EAF serials 9912/9926, Peace Vector III
				0913 (9917) w/o Oct 4, 1994.
90-0923/0930		General Dynamics F-16C Block 40L Fighting Falcon
				MSN BC-27/BC-34.  Sold to Egypt as EAF serials 9927/9934, Peace Vector III
				0924 (Egypt AF 9928) w/o Sep 9, 1993
90-0931/0934		General Dynamics F-16D Block 40H Fighting Falcon
				MSN BD-1/BD-4.  Sold to Egypt as EAF serials 9801/9804, Peace Vector III
90-0935/0936		General Dynamics F-16D Block 40J Fighting Falcon
				MSN BD-5/BD-6.  Sold to Egypt as EAF serials 9805/9806, Peace Vector III
90-0937			General Dynamics F-16D Block 40K Fighting Falcon
				MSN BD-7.  Sold to Egypt as EAF serial 9807, Peace Vector III
				0937 (Egypt AF 9807) w/o Apr 7, 1997.
90-0938/0941		General Dynamics F-16D Block 32Q Fighting Falcon
				MSN 5B-7/5B-10.  Sold to South Korea as RoKAF serials 90938/00941 under Peace Bridge I
				0938 crashed Sep 18, 2002.
90-0942/0947		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15AM OCU Fighting Falcon
				MSN DG-1/6.  Sold to Pakistan as 91729,92730/92734, Peace Gate III, but embargoed at AMARC May 1992.
				0942 (MSN DG-1) to AMARC as FG0003 Apr 20, 1992.  Intended lease/sale 1998 to RNZAF as NZ6521, cancelled 2002.
					To US Navy as BuNo 900942 Dec 2002.
				0943 (MSN DG-2) to AMARC as FG0001 Apr 10, 1992.  Intended lease/sale 1998 to RNZAF as NZ6522, cancelled 2002.
					To US Navy as BuNo 900943 Dec 2002.
				0944 (MSN DG-3) to AMARC as FG0005 May 21, 1992.  Intended lease/sale 1998 to RNZAF as NZ6523, cancelled 2002.
					To US Navy as BuNo 900944 Dec 2002
				0945 (MSN DG-4) to AMARC as FG0005 May 21, 1992.  Intended lease/sale 1998 to RNZAF as NZ6524, cancelled 2002.
					To US Navy as BuNo 900945 Dec 2002.
				0946 (MSN DG-5) to AMARC as FG0006 Jul 16, 1992.  Intended lease/sale 1998 to RNZAF as NZ6525, cancelled 2002.
					To US Navy as BuNo 900946 Dec 2002.
				0947 (MSN DG-6) to AMARC as FG0009 Sep 22, 1992.  Intended lease/sale 1998 to RNZAF as NZ6526, cancelled 2002.
					To US Navy as BuNo 900947 Nov 2002.  To USAF Jan 2003 as 90-0947 with 416th FLTS, Edwards AFB, California.
90-0948/0952		General Dynamics F-16B Block 15AM OCU Fighting Falcon
				MSN DH-1/5.  Sold to Pakistan as 90613/90616, 92617, Peace Gate III, but embargoed at AMARC April 1992.
				0948 (MSN DH-1) to AMARC as FG0002 Apr 10, 1992.  Intended lease/sale 1998 to RNZAF as NZ6541, cancelled 2002.
					To USAF Jan 2003 as 90-0948.  To Lockheed Martin by Sep 2003, where it was used as a 
					flight test chase plane.  Reported Jul 10, 2007 to have gone to Pakistan AF with serial 90613
				0949 (MSN DH-2) to AMARC as FG0008 Sep 4, 1992.  Intended lease/sale 1998 to RNZAF as NZ6542, cancelled 2002. 
					To USAF Jan 2003 as 90-0949 with 40th FLTS.  To Lockheed Martin Feb 2008, and reported Sep 2008 to have
					gone to Pakistan AF with serial 90614
				0950 (MSN DH-3) to AMARC as FG0007 Sep 1, 1992.  Intended lease/sale 1998 to RNZAF as NC6543. cancelled 2002.
					Left AMARC and gone to USAF as 90-0950 withn 40th FLTS.  To Pakistan AF Jun 28, 2008 as 90615.
				0951 (MSN DH-4) to AMARC as FG0025 Aug 23, 1993. Intended lease/sale 1998 to RNZAF as NZ6544, cancelled 2002.
					Left AMARC Jan 2003 as 90-0951 for service with USAF with 40th FLTS.  Reported Jul 10, 2007 to have gone 
					to Pakistan AF with serial 90616
				0952 (MSN DH-5) to AMARC as FG0035 Sep 27, 1993.  Intended lease/sale 1998 to RNZAF as NZ6546, cancelled 2002.
					Delivered to USAF as 90-0952 with 416th FLTS at Edwards AFB Flight Test Center for test work in Jan 2003.
					to Pakistan AF Jun 28, 2008 as 92617.  Upgraded to F-16B Block 20 MLU
90-0953			General Dynamics F-16C Block 40M Fighting Falcon
				MSN BC-35.  Sold to Egypt as EAF serial 9935, Peace Vector III
				0953 (Egypt AF 9935) w/o Apr 7, 1997
90-0954			General Dynamics F-16D Block 40M Fighting Falcon
				MSN BD-8.  Sold to Egypt as EAF serial 9808, Peace Vector III
90-0955/0958		General Dynamics F-16D Block 40N Fighting Falcon
				MSN BD-9/BD-12.  Sold to Egypt as EAF serials 9809/9812, Peace Vector III

90-0976			General Dynamics F-16DG Fighting Falcon

90-1057/1058		Lockheed C-130H Hercules
				1057 (MSN 382-5240) to be converted to AC-130U
				1058 (MSN 382-5241)

90-1791/1798		Lockheed C-130H Hercules
				For Ohio ANG, 179th AW.
				1791 (MSN 382-5242)
				1792 (MSN 382-5245) named "Spirit of Ontario" with 164th Airlift Squadron, Ohio ANG in Jul 1996.  Transferred
					to 319th Airlift Wing of Missouri ANG.
				1793 (MSN 382-5246)
				1794 (MSN 382-5247) named “City of Crestline” with 164th Airlift Squadron Ohio ANG in September 1992.
					Seen at Thunder Over MI Aug 2008
				1795 (MSN 382-5248)
				1796 (MSN 382-5249)
				1797 (MSN 382-5250)
				1798 (MSN 382-5251) Transferred to 319th Airlift Wing of Missouri ANG in June 2016. 
				
90-2103/2106		Lockheed HC-130N Hercules
				2103 MSN 382-5294
				2104 MSN 382-5381
				2105 MSN 382-5388
				2106 MSN 382-5387.


90-7020/7023		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15AY OCU Fighting Falcon
				MSN HN-1/4.  sold to Thailand as 40307/40310 under Peace Naresuan III
90-7024/7031		General Dynamics F-16A Block 15AZ OCU Fighting Falcon
				MSN HN-5/12.  sold to Thailand as 40311/40318 under Peace Naresuan III
90-7032/7035		General Dynamics F-16B Block 15AX OCU Fighting Falcon
				MSN HP-1/4 sold to Thailand under Peace Naresuan III as 40301/40304
90-7036/7037		General Dynamics F-16B Block 15AZ OCU Fighting Falcon
				MSN HP-5/6 sold to Thailand under Peace Naresuan III as 40305/40306
90-7038			Fairchild/Swearingen C-26B
				MSN DC-836M.  To US Navy as C-26D

90-9107/9108		Lockheed C-130H Hercules
				9107 (MSN 382-5238) 
				9108 (MSN 382-5239)

			- Army serials begin here -

90-00042			Short SC.7 Skyvan
				c//n SH.1842.  Ex-civilian aircraft.  Registered as G-AWCT Jan 31, 1968, cancelled on export to Portugual
					Sep 18, 1968.  Previous identities were VH-EJT (ntu), G-AWCT, CR-LJF, D2-CJF, N3126W.  Acquired via 
					the US government’s confiscated excess aircraft program (CEAP). Reportedly been seized from a drug 
					smuggler in Louisiana during 1986. Assigned to the US Army Corpus Christi Depot, TX, 1990-1993.
					Assigned to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s (NASA) Wallops Flight Center in 
					Virginia.  After 90-00042, reverted to N3126W, but then became N101UV, N932MA was reserved but ntu, 
					remained N101UV.

90-00180/00226		Boeing-Vertol CH-47D Chinook 
				The Boeing Helicopter Company Model 414-100.  MSN M3332/3378.  Remanufactured from existing CH-47C airframes
				00180 (M3332) was ex CH-47C 74-22286.  Accepted by the US Army 27Nov90
					Converted to JCH-47D with Helicopter Icing
					Spray System (HISS) and used to produce ice clouds for test purposes.
					Assigned to US Army Aviation Technical Test Center, Fort Rucker, AL Bear Cat 2 
					Noted as a static display at Southern Wisconsin AirFest 2007 without any HISS installation.
					Assigned to 1st Battalion, 223rd Aviation Regiment, Fort Rucker, AL 	Code 80E
				00181 (M3333) was ex CH-47C 74-22271.  Accepted by the US Army 30Nov90
					Assigned to C Company, 228th Aviation Regiment 6Dec90
					Assigned to B Company, 4th Battalion, 123rd Aviation Regiment, Fort Wainwright, AK
					Rebuilt to CH-47F 11-08090
				00182 (M3334) was ex CH-47C 74-22272.  Accepted by the US Army 30Nov90
					Assigned to C Company, 228th Aviation Regiment 7Dec90
					Assigned to B Company, 4th Battalion, 123rd Aviation Regiment, Fort Wainwright, AK
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Michigan; 3rd Battalion, 238th Aviation Regiment, Selfridge AFB, MI 
					Named "Arctic Fox" with 6th Infantry Division (Light) Aviation
					Brigade at Fort Wainright, Alaska in Aug 1994. Stored at Summit Airport, Middletown, DE
 					For sale by GSA Auctions at Middletown, DE Jun 12, 2015.  Regd N160BE Unical Defense, Los Angeles, CA, Dec 18 2015
				00183 (M3335) was ex CH-47C 68-15816.  Accepted by the US Army 30Nov90
					Assigned to C Company, 228th Aviation Regiment, Fort Wainwright, AK 12Dec90
					Assigned to 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY
					Assigned to B Company, 4th Battalion, 123rd Aviation Regiment, Fort Wainwright, AK
					Crashed in Alaska Apr 20, 2004.  The airframe was eventually classified as being damaged 
					beyond economical repair - the cost of repair would exceed the purchase price of a new build helicopter
				00184 (M3336) was ex CH-47C 68-15828.  Accepted by the US Army 20Dec90
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas; F Company, 158th Aviation Regiment, Olathe, KS 15Jan91–Jun97
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA Aug97-2002
					Assigned to A Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, Balad AAF, 
					Iraq [Mar03-Feb04]
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA [Jun04-Jan13]
					Stored with Yulista Aviation at Madison County Executive Airport, Meridianville, AL [Aug13]
					For sale by GSA Auctions at Meridianville, AL, Dec 5, 2013.  Registered N561AJ 18Sep14. 
					Registered 13Jan15 as a Billings Flying Service CH-47D, MSN 90-0184; current
				00185 (M.3337) was ex CH-47C 70-15009.  Accepted by the US Army 21Dec90
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas; F Company, 158th Aviation Regiment, Olathe, KS 4Jan91
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA 
					Stored with Yulista Aviation at Madison County Executive Airport, Meridianville, AL 
					For sale by GSA Auctions at Meridianville, AL, Dec 5, 2013.  Registered N562AJ 18Sep14. 
					Registered 18Sep14 as a Billings Flying Service CH-47D, MSN 90-0185; current
				00186 (M3338) was ex CH-47C 67-18515. Accepted by the US Army 29Dec90
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas; F Company, 158th Aviation Regiment, Olathe, KS 4Jan91
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA 
					Assigned to B Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, Fort Eustis, VA 
				00187 (M3339) was ex CH-47C 70-15018.  Accepted by the US Army 28Dec90
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas; F Company, 158th Aviation Regiment, Olathe, KS 15Jan91
					Assigned to 1st Battalion, 223rd Aviation Regiment, Fort Rucker, AL 	Code 87B
					Stored with Yulista Aviation at Madison County Executive Airport, Meridianville, AL 
				00188 (M3340) was ex CH-47C 71-20955.  Accepted by the US Army 25Jan91
					Assigned to Fort Rucker, AL 4Feb91
					Assigned to 1st Battalion, 223rd Aviation Regiment, Fort Rucker, AL 	Code 88D
				00189 (M3341) was ex CH-47C 67-18510.  Accepted by the US Army 30Jan91
					Assigned to Fort Rucker, AL 4Feb91
					Assigned to C Company, 228th Aviation Regiment 23Nov91
					Assigned to B Company, 4th Battalion, 123rd Aviation Regiment, Fort Wainwright, AK
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Texas; 90th Aviation Support Battalion, Fort Worth JRB, TX
					Assigned to 2nd Battalion, 210th Aviation Regiment, Fort Eustis, VA 
					Redesignated GCH-47D as a GIA 
				00190 (M3342) was ex CH-47C 68-15812.  Accepted by the US Army 28Feb91
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas; F Company, 158th Aviation Regiment, Olathe, KS 7Mar91
					Assigned to 1st Battalion, 223rd Aviation Regiment, Fort Rucker, AL 	Code 90B
				00191 (M3343) was ex CH-47C 74-22273.  Accepted by the US Army 31Jan91
					Assigned to Fort Rucker, AL 5Feb91
					Assigned to B Company, 1st Battalion, 228th Aviation Regiment, Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras. 
					Joint Task Force-Bravo
				00192 (M3344) was ex CH-47C 74-22274.  Accepted by the US Army 31Jan91
					Assigned to Fort Rucker, AL 5Feb91
					Assigned to C Company, 228th Aviation Regiment 23Nov91
					Assigned to B Company, 4th Battalion, 123rd Aviation Regiment, Fort Wainwright, AK
					Assigned to B Company, 1st Battalion, 52nd Aviation Regiment "Sugar Bears", Fort Wainwright, AK
					Assigned to B Company, 1st Battalion, 52nd Aviation Regiment Sugar Bears, Afghanistan
					Destroyed in Afghanistan Oct 28, 2011
				00193 (M3345) was ex CH-47C 68-15859;  Accepted by the US Army 28Feb91
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas; F Company, 158th Aviation Regiment, Olathe, KS 7Mar91
					Assigned to B Company, 1st Battalion, 214th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, Fort Lewis, WA 
				00194 (M3346) was ex CH-47C 74-22294.  Accepted by the US Army 28Feb91
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas; F Company, 158th Aviation Regiment, Olathe, KS 5Mar91
					Assigned to A Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, Fort Eustis, VA 
					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
				00195 (M3347) was ex CH-47C 68-15864.  Accepted by the US Army 28Feb91
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – California; G Company, 3rd Battalion, 140th Aviation 
					Regiment 12Mar91.  Crashed and burned at Farmingon, near Stockton, CA May 29, 2002.  
					Crew of 3 OK.  While attempting an aft gear only landing on a pinnacle, the aft rotor system 
					made contact with the ground and the helicopter crashed.
				00196 (M3348) was ex CH-47C 69-17107.  Accepted by the US Army 29Mar91
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – California; G Company, 3rd Battalion, 140th Aviation Regiment 29Mar91
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas; B Company, 7th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, Olathe, KS
					FMS to Royal Moroccan Air Force
				00197 (M3349) was ex CH-47C 69-17117.  Accepted by the US Army 30Mar91
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – California; G Company, 3rd Battalion, 140th Aviation Regiment 9Apr91
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA 
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Oklahoma; 2nd Battalion, 149th Aviation Regiment, Lexington, OK 
					Stored at Summit Airport, Middletown, DE
				00198 (M3350) was ex CH-47C 76-22682.  Accepted by the US Army 31Jul91
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington 7Aug91
					Assigned to Fort Meade, MD [1992-1995]
					Assigned to B Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, Fort Eustis, VA [1995-Aug04]
					Assigned to B Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, Camp Udairi, 
					Kuwait [Aug03-Feb04]
					Assigned to 1st Battalion, 223rd Aviation Regiment, Fort Rucker, AL [Oct04-Jan14]	Code 98K
					Noted Mar 8, 2005 in storage at Knox AHP, Fort Rucker, AL
					For sale by GSA Auctions at Meridianville, AL, Feb 14 2014
					Registered N471CH 26Mar14 with MSN M3550 [sic]. Registered 17Jul14 with MSN 90-0198 [sic]. 
					Registered 13Jan15 as a Columbia Helicopters CH-47D, MSN 90-0198; current
				00199 (M3351) was ex CH-47C 76-22676.  Accepted by the US Army 10Jan92
					Assigned to Eastern Army National Guard Aviation Training Site (EAATS), Indiantown Gap, PA 17Jan92
					Rebuilt as CH-47F 12-08104
				00200 (M3352) was ex CH-47C 70-15028.  Accepted by the US Army 30Mar91
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – California 11Apr91
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Nevada; D Company, 113th Aviation Regiment Mustangs, Reno, NV
					Struck in fuel tank by RPG and crashed in Zabul province, Afghanistan Sep 25, 2005.  All 5 crew KIA.
				00201 (M3353) was ex CH-47C 67-18530.  Accepted by the US Army 30Apr91
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas; C Company, 2nd Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment 7May91
					Struck powerlines and crashed into Osage River near Wardsville, 12 mi S of Jefferson City, MO 
					Jul 31, 1994.  Crew of 4 all killed.
				00202 (M.3354) was ex CH-47C 74-22293.  Accepted by the US Army 11Apr91
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – California [Apr91-1994]
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Washington [1996-2008]
					Assigned to 3rd General Support Aviation Battalion, 10th Aviation Regiment (Task Force Phoenix), 
					Bagram AB, Afghanistan [Mar06-Aug06]
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Alabama; B Company, 1st Battalion, 169th Aviation Regiment, 
					Birmingham, AL
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Texas; 2nd Battalion, 149th Aviation Regiment, Hensley Field, 
					Grand Prairie, Dallas, Texas 5Jun12
					Stored with Yulista Aviation at Madison County Executive Airport, Meridianville, AL 
					For sale by GSA Auctions at Meridianville, AL, Feb 14, 2014. Re-advertised Apr 11, 2014 
					To Heligroup Fire LLC, Missoula, MT Jun 3, 2014.  Registered N948CH 13Jun14. Registered 30Jan15 as a 
					Billings Flying Service CH-47D, MSN 90-0202; current.	
				00203 (M.3355) was ex CH-47C 68-16004.  Accepted by the US Army 24Apr91
					Assigned to 1st Battalion, 223rd Aviation Regiment, Fort Rucker, AL 	Code 03B
					Noted Mar 8, 2005 in storage at Knox AHP, Fort Rucker, AL
				00204 (M.3356) was ex CH-47C 74-22287.  Accepted by the US Army 30Apr91
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA 4Jun91
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – California. 1st General Support Aviation Battalion, 1
					26th Aviation Regiment Delta Schooners
				00205 (M3357) was ex CH-47C 69-17125.  Accepted by the US Army 21May91
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas 21May91
					Assigned to B Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, Fort Eustis, VA [1997-Oct04]	Named Tonka
					Assigned to B Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, Camp Udairi, 
					Kuwait [Nov03-Feb04]
					Assigned to US Army Aviation Center, Fort Rucker, AL [Feb05-Apr08]
					Inducted 7Apr08 into the CH-47D recapitalization program at Corpus Christi Army Depot, TX. 
					Completed 19Jun08
					Assigned to US Army Aviation Center of Excellence, Fort Rucker, AL 3Oct08
					Assigned to 1st Battalion, 223rd Aviation Regiment, Fort Rucker, AL 	
					Stored with Yulista Aviation at Madison County Executive Airport, Meridianville, AL 
					For sale by GSA Auctions at Meridianville, AL, Mar 7, 2014. 
					Re-advertised Apr 11, 2014.  Registered N949CH 18Jun14. To Heligroup Fire LLC, Missoula, MT Jun 3, 2014.
					Registered 28Jan15 as a Billings Flying Service CH-47D, MSN 90-0205; current
				00206 (M3358) was ex CH-47C 76-22683.  Accepted by the US Army 28Jun91
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – California 9Jul91
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA 
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – New York; 3rd Battalion, 126th Aviation Regiment 
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Mississippi; 1st Battalion, 111th Aviation Regiment 
				00207 (M3359) was ex CH-47C 70-15000.  Accepted by the US Army 30Sep91
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA 10Oct91
					Assigned to 1st Battalion, 214th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, Fort Lewis, WA 
				00208 (M3360) was ex CH-47C 69-17122.  Accepted by the US Army 16Oct91
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas 23Oct91
					Assigned to B Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, Fort Eustis, VA 
				00209 (M3361) was ex CH-47C 68-15818.  Accepted by the US Army 30Apr91
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas 21May91
					Assigned to 1st Battalion, 223rd Aviation Regiment, Fort Rucker, AL 	Code 09B
				00210 (M3362) was ex CH-47C 68-15853.  Accepted by the US Army 31Dec91
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Texas; 2nd Battalion, 149th Aviation Regiment, 
					Hensley Field, Grand Prairie, Dallas, Texas 8Jan92
				00211 (M3363) was ex CH-47C 70-15021.  Accepted by the US Army 19Sep91
					Assigned to A Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, Gray AAF, WA 20Sep91
					Assigned to A Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, Iraq [2003-2004]
					Assigned to 1st Battalion, 214th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, Fort Lewis, WA 
				00212 (M3364) was ex CH-47C 68-15856.  Accepted by the US Army 24May91
					Assigned to 1st Battalion, 214th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, Fort Lewis, WA 
				00213 (M3365) was ex CH-47C 79-23395.  Accepted by the US Army 31May91
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington 19Jun91
					Assigned to 1st Battalion, 214th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, Fort Lewis, WA 
				00214 (M3366) was ex CH-47C 68-15992.  
					Badly damaged in Afghanistan.  The Chinook’s airframe and pylon were damaged beyond economical 
					repair in a windstorm, returned to USA.  Arrived Aug 2014 at US Space and Rocket Center at 
					Huntsville, Alabama for display. Dedicated Aug 27, 2014
				00215 (M.3367) was ex CH-47C 68-15842.  Accepted by the US Army 28Jun91
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – California; G Company, 3rd Battalion, 140th Aviation Regiment 17Jul91 
					Noted at Stockton Metropolitan Airport (SCK), August 2001 with high-visibility markings coded 801 
					for wildland fire fighting operations.
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Florida; 1st Battalion, 111th Aviation Regiment, Jacksonville, FL 
				00216 (M.3368) was ex CH-47C 68-16015.  Accepted by the US Army 27Jun91
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – California 16Jul91 
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – California; G Company, 3rd Battalion, 140th Aviation Regiment 
					Noted at Stockton Metropolitan Airport (SCK), August 2001 with high-visibility markings coded 802 
					for wildland fire fighting operations.
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – New York; 137th Aviation Regiment
					Assigned to 2nd Battalion, 210th Aviation Regiment, Fort Eustis, VA 
					Redesignated GCH-47D as a GIA 
				00217 (M.3369) was ex CH-47C 68-15998.  Accepted by the US Army 28Jun91
					Assigned to Fort Hood, TX 3Jul91 
					Assigned to C Company [sic], 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, KY
					Severely damaged in heavy landing near Spin Boldak, Afghanistan 
					Apr 24, 2003; no injuries to crew and passengers.  Aircraft later stripped of all
					sensitive equipment and blown up in situ.
				00218 (M3370) was ex CH-47C 70-15004.  Accepted by the US Army 18Jul91
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas 10Aug91
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas; F Company, 158th Aviation Regiment, Olathe, KS [2000]
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Nevada; 1st Battalion, 189th Aviation Regiment, Stead, NV
				00219 (M3371) was ex CH-47C 68-15857.  Accepted by the US Army 31Jul91
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Kansas 10Aug91.  Inducted 7Aug13 into the CH-47F model program and 
					rebuilt as 13-08139
				00220 (M3372) was ex CH-47C 68-15858.  Accepted by the US Army 31Jul91
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA 7Aug91
					Assigned to A Company, 6th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve
					Destroyed in crash Sep 23, 1994 35 mi E of McCall, Idaho.  1 crewmember killed, 3 injured.
				00221 (M3373) was ex CH-47C 68-16007.  Accepted by the US Army 31Jul91
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA 7Aug91
					Assigned to 1st Battalion, 214th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, Fort Lewis, WA 
				00222 (M3374) was ex CH-47C 67-18521.  Accepted by the US Army 12Sep91
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA 20Sep91
					Assigned to 1st Battalion, 214th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, Fort Lewis, WA.  In 2016
					was under restoration at Fort Eustis, VA for display at 11th Aviation Command at Fort Knox, KY
				00223 (M3375) was ex CH-47C 69-17115.  Accepted by the US Army 19Sep91
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA 20Sep91
					Assigned to 1st Battalion, 214th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, Fort Lewis, WA 
				00224 (M3376) was ex CH-47C 68-15817.  Accepted by the US Army 2Oct91
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA 10Oct91
					Assigned to 2nd Battalion, 210th Aviation Regiment, Fort Eustis, VA 
					Redesignated GCH-47D as a GIA. To Cat B trainer at Ft Eustis, Virginia
				00225 (M3377) was ex CH-47C 71-20949.  Accepted by the US Army 4Oct91
					Assigned to US Army Reserve – Washington; 92nd Aviation Company, Paine Field, WA 10Oct91
					Assigned to B Company, 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, US Army Reserve, Fort Eustis, VA 
				00226 (M3378) was ex CH-47C 79-23397.  Accepted by the US Army 31Oct91
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – Texas 13Nov91
					Assigned to US Army National Guard – South Carolina; 2nd Battalion, 238th Aviation Regiment, 
					Eastover, SC

90-00280/00345		McDonnell Douglas AH-64A Apache
				MSN PV676/PV741.  Note the extra zero in the serials.
				00290 rebuilt as 11-05708
				00297 rebuilt as 07-05525.
				00300 suffered class B damage Ft Campbell, KY Sep 4, 1996.
				00303 rebuilt as AH-64D 11-05702
				00316 rebuilt as AH-64D 11-05713
				00309 crashed 9/28/1992.
				00310 rebuilt as AH-64D 11-05697
				00314 (1-285th Avn/WAATS) badly damaged in hard landing at Silverbell Army 
					Heliport, Pinal Air Park, AZ Apr 5, 2007.  Both crew members unhurt.
				00324 (PV720) converted to AH-64D 98-5074 (PVD074)
				00327 rebuilt as AH-64D 11-05703
				00329 rebuilt as AH-64D 11-05701
				00335 (WAATS/1-285th AVN, AZ NG) w/o Jul 10, 2000.
				00338 (R Trp/4-278th ACR) suffered Class A damage in hard landing
					10 mi N of Qalat, Afghanistan after suffering mechanical
					failure during escort mission.  Both crew injured.
				00291,00341/00345 to Saudi Arabia
90-00346/00381		Bell-Textron OH-58D(I) Kiowa Warrior
				Remanufactured from earlier OH-58A airframes
				00346 (MSN 43213) to AMARC Nov 6, 2014
				00347 (MSN 43214) to AMARC Dec 11, 2014
				00348 (MSN 43215) rebuilt from 71-20539
				00349 (MSN 43216) rebuilt from 70-15156.  (P Troop 4/2nd ACR) w/o Jan 19, 2001.  Crew encountered brownout conditions
					while landing.  Crew was uninjured.
				00350 (MSN 43217) rebuilt from 70-15467.  Assigned to 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment.
					To AMARC May 1, 2015 (www.amarcexperience.com)
				00351 (MSN 43218) rebuilt from 71-20562
				00352 (MSN 43219) rebuilt from 72-21068
				00353 (MSN 43220) rebuilt from 70-15320.  Assigned to 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment
					To AMARC May 1, 2015 (www.amarcexperience.com)
				00354 (MSN 43221) rebuilt from 70-15552.  Assigned to 2nd Squadron, 178th Cavalry Regiment.
					To AMARC May 8, 2015.
				00355 (MSN 43222) rebuilt from 71-20529.  with 2-6th Cav 25th CAB.  To AMARC Feb 20, 2015.  FMS to Tunisia
				00356 (MSN 43223) rebuilt from 71-20579.  (C Company 1-14th AVN) w/o Feb 10, 1999
				00357 (MSN 43224) rebuilt from 70-15314.  Noted during March 2003 in storage in damaged condition at the 
					AMCOM/Dynacorp facility at Temple/Draughton-Miller RAP, TX.  To AMARC Apr 22, 2015 (www.amarcexperience.com)
				00358 (MSN 43225) rebuilt from 72-21117
				00359 (MSN 43226) rebuilt from 70-15214.  To AMARC Jul 22, 2015
				00360 (MSN 43227) crashed near DynCorp facility at Killeen Municipal Apt, TX
					during pre-production test flight 2/26/2001.  Crew of 2 escaped with minor injuries
				00361 (MSN 43228) rebuilt from 70-15575.  Assigned to 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment.
					To AMARC Jun 11, 2015 (www.amarcexperience.com)
				00362 (MSN 43229) rebuilt from 71-20408.
				00363 (MSN 43230) assigned to 4-2nd ACR.  To AMARC Sep 2, 2015.
				00364 (MSN 43231) assigned to 6-17th CAV.  To AMARC May 21, 2014
				00365 (MSN 43232) to AMARC Sep 2, 2015
				00366 (MSN 43233) assigned to 6-17th CAV.  To AMARC May 23, 2014.
				00367 (MSN 43234) assigned to 6-17th CAV.  To AMARC May 21, 2014
				00368 (MSN 43235) rebuilt from 70-15577.  To Pacific Aviation Museum, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Apr 30, 2015.
				00369 (MSN 43236) rebuilt from 68-16791.  To AMARC Apr 15, 2015 (www.amarcexperience.com)
				00370 (MSN 43237) (D Troop, 1/17th CAV) shot down in Iraq Jan 2, 2004.  (AFM 11/2005)
				00371 (MSN 43238) rebuilt from 70-15266.  Assigned to 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment.
					To AMARC Jun 18, 2015 (www.amarcexperience.com)
				00372 (MSN 43239)
				00373 (MSN 43240)
				00374 (MSN 43241) rebuilt from 70-15378. OH-58D(1) 1-17th Cav crashed in E Afghanistan Jun 21, 2012.
					Class A damage.
				00375 (MSN 43242)
				00376 (MSN 43243) rebuilt from 71-20637. Assigned to 4-2nd ACR.  To AMARC Jul 22, 2015.
				00377 (MSN 43244) rebuilt from 72-21238.  (4-3rd ACR) crashed at Tal Afair, Iraq after being hit by small arms
					fire.  Pilot killed, observer injured.  AFM 1/2006
				00378 (MSN 43245) rebuilt from 72-21101
				00379 (MSN 43246) rebuilt from 72-21095.
				00380 (MSN 43247) with 2-6th Cav 25th CAB.
				00381 (MSN 43248) rebuilt from 70-15084.  Assigned to 4th Squadron, 6th Cavalry Regiment, Joint Base
					Lewis-McChord, WA. Assigned to 6th Squaqdron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Jun 2014.

90-00414			Boeing-Vertol MH-47E Chinook
				MSN M3701.  Remanufactured from CH-47C 68-16003.  Rebuilt as MH-47G 09-03784
90-00415/00522		McDonnell Douglas AH-64A Apache
				MSN PV742/PV849.
				00419 (B Coy/7-6th Cav) Crashed at Conroe-Montgomery County AP, TX Mar 6, 1995
				00422 (7/6th Cav, C-troop) w/o after inflight fire, 11/4/97,
					during training mission near San Saba,
					TX, killing both crew.
				00423 (PV750) converted to AH-64D 98-5083 (PVD083)
				00429/00434 sold to Saudi Arabia
				00440 (7-6th Cav) suffered Class A damage when struck tree during night sortie
					at Fort Polk, LA Mar 26, 2004.  Crew unhurt
				00442 (C Co/8-229th Avn) struck a berm head on at Dogmat, Iraq
					Aug 12, 2005 and was completely destroyed (AFM Apr 2006).
					Both crew injured.
				00444 rebuilt as AH-64D 11-05696
				00446 rebuilt as AH-64D 11-05695
				00448 (North Carolina NG, 1-130th Avn) suffered class B damage Ft Bragg, NC Mar 4, 2003.
				00449 rebuilt as AH-64D 11-05707
				00451 rebuilt as AH-64D 11-05712
				00454 suffered Class A damage 1-6th Cav Camp Eagle, Hoenqsong, South Korea Sep 3, 1996.  Repaired.
					q/o in South Korea Sept 9, 1997.
				00455 rebuilt as AH-64D 09-05654
				00465/0470 to UAE as 050/055
				00477 (H and H Coy/8-229th Avn) Suffered accident at Fort Knox, 
					KY Apr 14, 1998. Circumstances and extent of damage not known.
				00480 (1/130th Avn, N Carolina ArNG) crashed into Cape Fear River,
					about 12 mi SW of Raleigh-Durham IAP, North Carolina
					May 5, 2005 after collision with power lines.  Both crew killed.
				00481 (PV808) converted to AH-64D 99-5154 (PVD154)
				00482 (B Company 1-2nd AVN) damaged Jun 1, 1998
				00483 (PV810) converted to AH-64D 00-5159 (PVD159)
				00484 (PV811) converted to AH-64D 99-5155 (PVD155)
				00485 (PV812) converted to AH-64D 00-5160 (PVD160)
				00486 (PV813) converted to AH-64D 00-5162 (PVD162)
				00487 (PV814) converted to AH-64D 99-5151 (PVD151)
				00488 (PV815) converted to AH-64D 99-5157 (PVD157)
				00489 (PV816) converted to AH-64D 99-5158 (PVD158)
				00490 (PV817) converted to AH-64D 00-5161 (PVD161)
				00491 (PV818) converted to AH-64D 00-5164 (PVD164)
				00492 (PV819) converted to AH-64D 00-5165 (PVD165)
				00493 (PV820) converted to AH-64D 00-5167 (PVD167)
				00494 (PV821) converted to AH-64D 00-5168 (PVD168)
				00495 (PV822) converted to AH-64D 00-5166 (PVD166)
				00496 (PV823) converted to AH-64D 00-5169 (PVD169)
				00497 (PV824) converted to AH-64D 00-5170 (PVD170)
				00498 (PV825) converted to AH-64D 00-5171 (PVD171)
				00499/00522 all remanufactured as AH-64D and delivered to Egyptian AF as 3701/24
					00502 noted Mar 18, 2003 in 'strip' hall at AH-64D conversion 
						facility, Mesa, AZ. Apparently had been with Egyptian AF with serial 3704
					00510 noted Mar 18, 2003 in 'strip' hall at AH-64D conversion 
						facility, Mesa, AZ. Apparently had been with Egyptian AF with serial 3712

90-00536/00537		McDonnell Douglas AH-64A+ Apache
				MSN PV888/PV889
				to Greek Army as 1013/1014

90-07011/07016		Short C-23B Sherpa
				Short Brothers Model SD3 Sherpa. Redesignated May 2002 as C-23C.
				07011 (MSN SH.3211) test flown as G-14-3211. Registered as G-BUCU Feb 28, 1992, cancelled on export to USA Feb 2, 1993. 
					Assigned to Connecticut ArNG.  Registered as N567WW to Richland County Sheriff’s Department, Columbia, SC, 
					Aug 8, 2013, current.
				07012 (MSN SH.3212) test flown as G-14-3212. Registered as G-BUCV Feb 28, 1992, cancelled on export to USA Feb 2, 1993. 
					Assigned to Missouri ArNG.  WFU and stored at Henry Post AAF/Fort Sill, Oklahoma Nov 2013.  To AMARC Dec 9, 2014.
				07013 (MSN SH.3213) test flown as G-14-3213. Registered as G-BUCW Feb 28, 1992, cancelled on export to USA Feb 2, 1993. 
					Assigned to California ArNG.  WFU and stored at Henry Post AAF/Fort Sill, Oklahoma Nov 2013.
					Registered as N7013 Feb 10, 2015 to US Department of State, Patrick AFB, Florida
				07014 (MSN SH.3214) test flown as G-14-3214. Registered as G-BUCX Feb 28, 1992, cancelled on export to USA Sep 11, 1992. 
					Assigned to Kentucky ArNG.  WFU and stored at Henry Post AAF/Fort Sill, Oklahoma Nov 2013.  to AMARC May 29, 20q5
				07015 (MSN SH.3215) test flown as G-14-3215. Registered as G-BUCY Feb 28, 1992, cancelled on export to USA Sep 11, 1992. 
					Assigned to Mississippi ArNG.  WFU and stored at Henry Post AAF/Fort Sill, Oklahoma Nov 2013.
					To AMARC Dec 11, 2014.
				07016 (MSN SH.3216) test flown as G-14-3216. Registered as G-BUCZ Feb 28, 1992, cancelled on export to USA Sep 11, 1992. 
					Assigned to Puerto Rico ArNG.  WFU and stored.  To AMARC Dec 15, 2014.

90-25357/25360		McDonnell Douglas AH-6J Defender
				Model 530MG Mission Enhanced Little Bird (MELB) avionics upgrade.
				Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers
90-25361		McDonnell Douglas MH-6J Defender
				Model 530MG Mission Enhanced Little Bird (MELB) avionics upgrade
				25361 modified to AH-6G.  Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Night Stalkers.
					(A Company 1-160th SOAR(A)) ditched in Atlantic Ocean off Virginia Capes Dec 7, 2000.
					Crew of three rescued safely.  Helo since recovered, repaired, and returned to service.
90-25362/25363		McDonnell Douglas AH-6G Defender
				Model 530MG Mission Enhanced Little Bird (MELB).  Assigned to 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment 
					(Airborne), Night Stalkers.
				25362 (MSN 0078FF)  Modified to AH-6J
				25363 modified to AH-6J

90-26218/26221		Sikorsky UH-60L Black Hawk
90-26222/26239		Sikorksky UH-60L Black Hawk
				All to USAF as HH/MH-60G
				96224, 26226 and 26228 noted as HH-60G at Davis Monthan AFB Mar 5, 2004
				26232 (HH-60G) with 301st RQS, 920th RGp, Patrick AFB, FL
90-26240/26308		Sikorksky UH-60L Black Hawk 
				26240 to Bahrain as BAF-900
				26248 converted to MH-60L
				26251 converted to MH-60L DAP.  Lost Feb 21, 1991 in Saudi Arabia.  While returning to a medical facility, the A/C encountered a 
					sandstorm and the pilots lost visual reference with the ground  - 3/160th SOAR, 7 killed
				26253 (3-25th Avn) struck by RPG over Mogadishu, Somalia Oct 3, 1993.  Able to return to base
					where it crash-landed
				26256 (MSN 70.1484, H & H Troop 4-3rd ACR) crashed on training exercise at Fort Irwin, CA Aug 29, 
					2002.  Four crewmen not seriously injured.
				26258 converted to MH-60L
				26267 (B Coy/2-10th AV) severely damaged Nov 6, 2006 when taxied into shipping
					container at Kabul, Afghanistan.  All four main rotor blades wrecked
					and further damage caused by flying debris.  Believed repairable.
				26273 (B Company/2-10th AVN) crashed into wooded area on western edge of Fort Drum, NY 
					Mar 11, 2003.  11 out of 13 occupants killed, 2 survivors seriously injured.
					Pilot error was reportedly responsible.   AFM 1/2006
				26274 (C Company 2-10th AVN) damaged Nov 26, 1996.
				26276 converted to MH-60L.  (D Company 1-160th SOAR(A)) damaged Jun 5, 2000
				26284 (4/3rd ACR) w/o 2/1/1998.
				26285 converted to MH-60L
				26286 converted to MH-60L
				26287 (MSN 701519) converted to MH-60L.  Named "Night Express" with 1670th Special Operations Aviation Regiment in
					Feb 1994.
				26288 (MSN 701520) converted to MH-60L.  Was known as "Super 68"  from the Battle of Mogadishu, Blackhawk
					Down.  On display in October 2013 at the US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, Alabama.
				26289 converted to MH-60L
				26290 converted to MH-60L
				26293 converted to MH-60L
				26305 (C Company 2-82nd AVN) crashed July 8, 1997
90-26309/26312		Sikorksky UH-60L Black Hawk
				all to USAF as HH/MH-60G
				26311 (MSN 701541)
90-26313/26318		Sikorksky UH-60L Black Hawk