1993 USAF Serial Numbers


Last revised June 4, 2017


93-0001/0014		Lockheed F-16C Block 40P Fighting Falcon 
				MSN 4R-123/4R-136.  Built by TAI for Turkey, Peace Onyx II
				0002 (8 AJU) crashed during emergency landing at Cigli Jun 5, 2002.  Pilot killed
				0014 (181 Filo) crashed on approach to Diyarbakir Jan 30, 2006 following
					engine failure.  Pilot ejected safely.
93-0015/0314		Boeing AGM-131A

93-0316/0355		Lockheed F-16C Block 50 Fighting Falcon
				Contract cancelled

93-0454/0464		Lockheed F-16D Block 50 Fighting Falcon
				Contract cancelled
93-0465/0467		Lockheed F-16A Block 15AT OCU Fighting Falcon
				MSN AA-1/AA-3.  For Portugal as 15101/15103, Peace Atlantis I
93-0468/0477		Lockheed F-16A Block 15AV OCU Fighting Falcon
				MSN AA-4/AA-13.  For Portugal as 15104/15113, Peace Atlantis I
				15111 (93-0475) crashed near south end of runway at Monte Real Mar 8, 2002.  Pilot killed.
93-0478/0481		Lockheed F-16A Block 15AW OCU Fighting Falcon
				MSN AA-14/AA-17.  For Portugal as 15114/15117, Peace Atlantis I
93-0482/0484		Lockheed F-16B Block 15AT OCU Fighting Falcon
				MSN AB-1/AB-3.  For Portugal as 15118/15120, Peace Atlantis I
93-0485/0487		Lockheed F-16C Block 40Q Fighting Falcon
				MSN BC-36/BC-38.  Built by TUSAS in Turkey for Egypt as 9951/9953, Peace Vector IV
93-0488/0512		Lockheed F-16C Block 40R Fighting Falcon
				MSN BC-39/BC-63.  Built by TUSAS in Turkey for Egypt, Peace Vector IV 
					as 9954/9978
93-0513/0516		Lockheed F-16D Block 40N Fighting Falcon
				MSN BD-13/BD-16.  Built by TUSAS in Turkey for Egypt, Peace Vector IV 
					as 9851/9854
				0514 (Egypt AF 9852) w/o Jul 14, 1994
93-0517/0524		Lockheed F-16D Block 40P Fighting Falcon
				MSN BD-17/BD-24.  Built by TUSAS in Turkey for Egypt, Peace Vector IV 
					as 9855/9862
93-0525/0530		Lockheed F-16C Block 40R Fighting Falcon
				MSN BC-64/BC-69.  Built by TUSAS in Turkey for Egypt, Peace Vector IV 
					as 9979/9984
93-0531			Lockheed F-16C Block 52Q Fighting Falcon 
				MSN CC-166.  For USAF
93-0532			Lockheed F-16C Block 50Q Fighting Falcon
				MSN CC-167.  For USAF
93-0533			Lockheed F-16C Block 52Q Fighting Falcon 
				MSN CC-168.  For USAF
93-0534			Lockheed F-16C Block 50Q Fighting Falcon
				MSN CC-169.  For USAF  
				0534 (20th FW/ 78th FS) crashed Mar 19, 2000 at Kingsville show, killing the pilot.  F-16A 79-0309 is
					on display at Shaw AFB, South Carolina, painted as 93-0534 as a memorial to the pilot.
93-0535			Lockheed F-16C Block 52Q Fighting Falcon 
				MSN CC-170.  For USAF
93-0536			Lockheed F-16C Block 50Q Fighting Falcon
				MSN CC-171.  For USAF
93-0537			Lockheed F-16C Block 52Q Fighting Falcon 
				MSN CC-172.  For USAF
93-0538			Lockheed F-16CJ Block 50Q Fighting Falcon
				MSN CC-173. For USAF.  (55th FS) w/o Nov 19, 1998
93-0539			Lockheed F-16C Block 52Q Fighting Falcon 
				MSN CC-174.  For USAF
93-0540			Lockheed F-16C Block 50Q Fighting Falcon
				MSN CC-175.  For USAF
93-0541			Lockheed F-16C Block 52Q Fighting Falcon 
				MSN CC-176.  For USAF
93-0542			Lockheed F-16C Block 50Q Fighting Falcon
				MSN CC-177.  For USAF.  (F-16CJ, 20th FW/55th FS) crashed into sea 35 mi off South Carolina
					coast Apr 5, 2006. Pilot ejected and picked up 2 hr later with some injuries.
					Pilot suffered g-induced loss of consciousness during fighter maneuvering
					training mission, recovering to find plane in unrecoverable dive.  AFM Nov 2006
93-0543			Lockheed F-16C Block 52Q Fighting Falcon 
				MSN CC-178.  For USAF
93-0544			Lockheed F-16C Block 50Q Fighting Falcon
				MSN CC-179.  For USAF
93-0545			Lockheed F-16C Block 52Q Fighting Falcon 
				MSN CC-180.  For USAF
93-0546			Lockheed F-16C Block 50Q Fighting Falcon
				MSN CC-181.  For USAF
93-0547			Lockheed F-16C Block 52Q Fighting Falcon 
				MSN CC-182.  With 157th FS/169th FW of South Carolina ANG.
93-0548			Lockheed F-16C Block 50Q Fighting Falcon
				MSN CC-183.  For USAF
93-0549			Lockheed F-16C Block 52Q Fighting Falcon 
				MSN CC-184.  For USAF
93-0550			Lockheed F-16C Block 50Q Fighting Falcon
				MSN CC-185.  For USAF
93-0551			Lockheed F-16C Block 52Q Fighting Falcon 
				MSN CC-186.  For USAF
93-0552			Lockheed F-16C Block 50Q Fighting Falcon
				MSN CC-187.  For USAF
93-0553			Lockheed F-16C Block 52Q Fighting Falcon 
				MSN CC-188.  For USAF
93-0554			Lockheed F-16C Block 50Q Fighting Falcon
				MSN CC-189.  For USAF. (332nd AEW/20th FW/55th FS) aborted takeoff, ran off runway and
					caught fire at Balad AB, Iraq Nov 12, 2008.  Pilot escaped but aircraft
					burnt out.  Cause of accident was a catastrophic destruction
					of engine when second stage turbine disk fan failed due to
					unrecognized sub-surface crack
93-0555/0596		Slingsby T-3A Firefly
				MSN 2159/2200.  Model T67M260-T3A.  Assembled by Northrop Worldwide Aircraft Services, Inc
				The commander of the USAF Air Education and Training Command stood down the entire T-3A fleet Jul 1997 as a result
					of uncommanded engine stoppages during flight and ground operations.  There had been three T-3A Class A
					mishaps in which 3 Air Force Academy cadets and three instructors were killed.
				0555 (MSN 2159) registered as N3092K to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Jun 28, 1994.
					W/o Feb 22, 1995 (557th FTS) during failure to recover from spin.  Registration cancelled May 15, 1995
				0556 (MSN 2160) registered N3094T to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Nov 2, 1994,
					cancelled Nov 1, 2006
				0557 (MSN 2161) registered N3100X to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Nov 4, 1994,
					cancelled Nov 1, 2006
				0558 (MSN 2162) registered N3102J to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Nov 4, 1994,
					cancelled Nov 1, 2006
				0559 (MSN 2163) registered N3103U to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Nov 4, 1994,
					cancelled Nov 1, 2006
				0560 (MSN 2164) registered N3104L to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Nov 4, 1994,
					cancelled Nov 1, 2006
				0561 (MSN 2165) registered N3107H to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Nov 2, 1994,
					cancelled Nov 1, 2006
				0562 (MSN 2166) registered N3107K to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Nov 2, 1994,
					cancelled Nov 1, 2006
				0563 (MSN 2167) registered N3108A to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Nov 4, 1994,
					cancelled Nov 1, 2006
				0564 (MSN 2168) registered N31106 to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Nov 4, 1994,
					cancelled Nov 1, 2006
				0565 (MSN 2169) registered N3114B to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Nov 4, 1994,
					cancelled Nov 1, 2006
				0566 (MSN 2170) registered N3122W to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Nov 1, 1994,
					cancelled Nov 1, 2006
				0567 (MSN 2171) registered N3122X to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Nov 1, 1994,
					cancelled Nov 1, 2006
				0568 (MSN 2172) registered N3124J to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Nov 2, 1994,
					cancelled Nov 1, 2006
				0569 (MSN 2173) registered N3125H to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Nov 2, 1994,
					cancelled Nov 1, 2006
				0570 (MSN 2174) registered N3129E to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Nov 2, 1994,
					cancelled Nov 1, 2006
				0571 (MSN 2175) registered N31360 to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Nov 2, 1994,
					cancelled Nov 1, 2006
				0572 (MSN 2176) registered N31398 to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Jan 12, 1995,
					cancelled Nov 1, 2006
				0573 (MSN 2177) registered N3140L to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Jan 12, 1995,
					cancelled Nov 1, 2006
				0574 (MSN 2178) registered N3142H to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Jan 25, 1995,
					cancelled Nov 1, 2006
				0575 (MSN 2179) registered N3143S to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Jan 12, 1995,
					cancelled Nov 1, 2006
				0576 (MSN 2180) registered N3149M to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Jan 25, 1995,
					cancelled Nov 1, 2006
				0577 (MSN 2181) registered N3149M to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Jan 12, 1995,
					cancelled Nov 1, 2006.  Noted stored at Hondo Mar 2003
				0578 (MSN 2182) registered N3149Y to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Jan 12, 1995,
					cancelled Nov 1, 2006
				0579 (MSN 2183) registered N3150C to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Jan 12, 1995,
					cancelled Nov 1, 2006
				0580 (MSN 2184) registered N31513 to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Feb 8, 1995,
					cancelled Nov 1, 2006
				0581 (MSN 2185) registered N31575 to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Jan 25, 1995,
					cancelled Nov 1, 2006
				0582 (MSN 2186) registered N3158M to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Jan 25, 1995,
					cancelled Nov 1, 2006
				0583 (MSN 2187) registered N3159C to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Jan 25, 1995,
					cancelled Apr 8, 1998.  W/o. June 25, 1997 near USAF Academy, Colorado Springs, CO, killing both crew.
				0584 (MSN 2188) registered N3159U to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Jan 25, 1995,
					cancelled Apr 8, 1998.  Reported as written off
				0585 (MSN 2189) registered N3161F to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Jan 12, 1995,
					cancelled Nov 1, 2006
				0586 (MSN 2190) registered N31638 to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Jan 12, 1995,
					cancelled Nov 1, 2006
				0587 (MSN 2191) registered N3167R to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Jan 25, 1995,
					cancelled Nov 1, 2006
				0588 (MSN 2192) registered N3172Q to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Jan 25, 1995,
					cancelled Nov 1, 2006
				0589 (MSN 2193) registered N3172R to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Jan 25, 1995,
					cancelled Nov 1, 2006
				0590 (MSN 2194) registered N3172W to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Jan 25, 1995,
					cancelled Nov 1, 2006
				0591 (MSN 2195) registered N31727 to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Jan 25, 1995,
					cancelled Nov 1, 2006
				0592 (MSN 2196) registered N31728 to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Mar 16, 1995,
					cancelled Nov 1, 2006
				0593 (MSN 2197) registered N3173D to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Mar 17, 1995,
					cancelled Nov 1, 2006
				0594 (MSN 2198) registered N3175K to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Mar 17, 1995,
					cancelled Nov 1, 2006
				0595 (MSN 2199) registered N3176V to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Mar 17, 1995,
					cancelled Nov 1, 2006
				0596 (MSN 2200) registered N3179M to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Mar 17, 1995,
					cancelled Nov 1, 2006
				0556/0582, 0585/0596 all scrapped Sep 2006 by Total Metal Recycling
93-0597			Northrop Grumman E-8C JSTARS
				0597 (P-3) MSN 19294 former Boeing 707-338C delivered 1967 as VH-EBU to Qantas,
					then P2-ANH, N707MD, 9Q-CDA, N707HW, OB-T-1264 with Transportes Aereos Internacionales S. A.
					of Peru, B-2426, G-EOCO, USAF 67-30053.  With 116th ACW, while refuelling Mar 14, 2009 from
					KC-135 during mission from Al Udeid AB, Qatar, crew heard loud band, broke off refuelling but
					nothing apparently wrong so refueling recommenced.  More loud noises were here and KC-135 crew
					reported fuel streaming from two holes in port wing.  Aircraft returned to Al Udeid and found that
					the No. 2 main fuel tank had ruptured due to test plug being left in fuel vent during maintenance.
					$25 million damage.

93-0599/0604		McDonnell Douglas C-17A Lot V Globemaster III
				MSN 50019/50024, line number F-18/F-23)
				0600 is *Spirit of 9-11.. Let's Roll*  Transferred fro 437th AWS to 155th AS/164h AW at Memphis, TANG
				0602 is *City of Altus*
				0604 with 300 AS/437AW

93-0621/0656		Beechcraft T-1A Jayhawk
				MSN TT-78/TT-113
				633 (47th FTW/86th FTS) landed in field short of runway at
					Preston-Smith IAP, Lubbock, TX May 21, 2008 during routine
					training flight.  Nosewheel collapsed,  Both crew unhurt.
					Cause of accident was windshear downdraft accentuated by multiple
					pilot errors.  Plane was W/O, but now belongs to USAF Museum.  Has been loaned
					to 47th Training Wing at Laughlin AFB, Del Rio, Texas for display there.
93-0657/0690		Lockheed Martin F-16C Block 50 Fighting Falcon
				MSN HC-1/HC-34 built under licence by TAI for Turkey as THK serials 93-0657/0690
				0657 (THK 151 Filo) crashed Apr 4, 2000 after colliding with F-16C 93-0666.
					One pilot ejected safely, the other was killed.  AFM 1/2006
				0662 (THK 151 Filo) crashed near Utuk during training flight Nov 6, 2003.
					Pilot ejected safely
				0666 (THK 151 Filo) crashed Apr 4, 2000 after colliding with F-16C 93-0657.
					One pilot ejected safely, the other was killed.  AFM 1/2006
				0684 (192 Filo) collided with Greek AF F-16C serial 514 off Karpathos Island
					May 23, 2006, and both aircraft crashed into Mediterranean.  Turkish
					pilot ejected and was rescued, but Greek pilot was killed.
93-0691/0696		Lockheed Martin F-16D Block 50 Fighting Falcon
				MSN HD-1/HD-6 built under licence by TAI for Turkey as THK serials 93-691/696

93-0702/0821		Lockheed F-16A Block 20 Fighting Falcon
				MSN TA-1/120.  To Taiwan under Peace Fenghuang as 6601/6720
				0702 Used as prototype for the new F-16V configuration. First aircraft to be equiped with the SABR AESA radar and upgraded electronics 
					together with the upgraded P&W F100-229 engine. 
				0704 in US markings with 21st FS for training Taiwan pilots at Luke AFB 
				0707 in US markings with 21st FS for training Taiwan pilots at Luke AFB 
				0708 in US markings with 21st FS for training Taiwan pilots at Luke AFB 
				0711 in US markings with 21st FS for training Taiwan pilots at Luke AFB 
				0723 (6622) crashed off Taiwan May 15, 2013.  Pilot ejected and was rescued.
				0739 (6638, 4th TFW, 22nd TFS) crashed June 1, 1999 Taiwan.  Pilot missing.
				0781 (6680, 4th TFW crashed Aug 18, 1999 after pilot ejected when engine failed near Chiayi air base.
				0816 seen at Luke AFB in Luke markings with 21st FS in 2010.  Taiwanese pilots are being trained at Luke and the 
					airplanes are in Luke markings.
				0817 in US markings with 21st FS for training Taiwan pilots at Luke AFB 
93-0822/0851		Lockheed F-16B Block 20 Fighting Falcon
				MSN TB-1/30.  To Taiwan under Peace Fenghuang as 6801/6830
				0825 in US markings with 21st FS for training Taiwan pilots at Luke AFB 
				0833 (6812) skidded off runway when landing at Chiai in heavy rain Jun 24, 2005.  Damage not serious.
				0834 (6813, 4th TFW/22nd TFS, RoCAF) crashed Jan 25, 1999 on Chinchen Mountain at Taimali, Taiwan.
					Both crew killed.
				0849 w/o Mar 20, 1998.
93-0852/0863		McDonnell Douglas F-15S-54-MC Strike Eagle
				Version of F-15E for Saudi Arabia, Peace Sun IX
				0852 MSN 1252/SA001 RSAF 5505.  
				0853 MSN 1253/SA002 RSAF 5501
				0854 MSN 1254/SA003 RSAF 5502
				0855 MSN 1255/SA004 RSAF 5503
				0856 MSN 1256/SA005 RSAF 5504
				0857 MSN 1257/SA006 RSAF 5506
				0858 MSN 1258/SA007 RSAF 5507
				0859 MSN 1259/SA008 RSAF 5511
				0860 MSN 1260/SA009 RSAF 5508
				0861 MSN 1261/SA010 RSAF 5512
				0862 MSN 1262/SA011 RSAF 5509
				0863 MSN 1263/SA012 RSAF 5510
93-0864/0875		McDonnell Douglas F-15S-55-MC Strike Eagle
				Version of F-15E for Saudi Arabia, Peace Sun IX
				0864 MSN 1264/SA013 RSAF 5513, reserialed to 601
				0865 MSN 1265/SA014 RSAF 5514, reserialed to 602
				0866 MSN 1266/SA015 RSAF 5515, reserialed to 603
				0867 MSN 1267/SA016 RSAF 9236, reserialed to 5517
				0868 MSN 1268/SA017 RSAF 5516, reserialed to 604
				0869 MSN 1269/SA018 RSAF 5517, reserialed to 605
				0870 MSN 1270/SA019 RSAF 5518, reserialed to 606
				0871 MSN 1271/SA020 RSAF 5519, reserialed to 607
				0872 MSN 1272/SA021 RSAF 5520, reserialed to 608
				0873 MSN 1273/SA022 RSAF 5521, reserialed to 609
				0874 MSN 1274/SA023 RSAF 5522, reserialed to 610
				0875 MSN 1275/SA024 RSAF 5523, reserialed to 611
93-0876/0887		McDonnell Douglas F-15S-56-MC Strike Eagle
				Version of F-15E for Saudi Arabia, Peace Sun IX
				0876 MSN 1277/SA025 RSAF 5524, reserialed to 612
				0877 MSN 1279/SA026 RSAF 9201
				0878 MSN 1280/SA027 RSAF 9202
				0879 MSN 1281/SA028 RSAF 9203
				0880 MSN 1282/SA029 RSAF 9204
				0881 MSN 1283/SA030 RSAF 9205
				0882 MSN 1284/SA031 RSAF 9206 
				0883 MSN 1285/SA032 RSAF 9207
				0884 MSN 1287/SA033 RSAF 9208
				0885 MSN 1289/SA034 RSAF 9209
				0886 MSN 1291/SA035 RSAF 9210
				0887 MSN 1293/SA036 RSAF 9211.   Crashed with 92nd Sqn Jan 1, 2002
93-0888/0899		McDonnell Douglas F-15S-57-MC Strike Eagle 
				Version of F-15E for Saudi Arabia, Peace Sun IX
				0888 MSN 1295/SA037 RSAF 9212
				0889 MSN 1297/SA038 RSAF 9213
				0890 MSN 1299/SA039 RSAF 9214
				0891 MSN 1301/SA040 RSAF 9215
				0892 MSN 1303/SA041 RSAF 9216
				0893 MSN 1305/SA042 RSAF 9217
				0894 MSN 1307/SA043 RSAF 9218
				0895 MSN 1309/SA044 RSAF 9219.  Crashed Jan 21, 2004 when returning
					to King Abdul Aziz Air Base when pilot broke too early, lost
					control, and dove into ground.  Aircraft hit the dining hall of
					the security police, killing two people inside.  
				0896 MSN 1311/SA045 RSAF 9220
				0897 MSN 1312/SA046 RSAF 9221
				0898 MSN 1314/SA047 RSAF 9222
				0899 MSN 1316/SA048 RSAF 9223
93-0900/0911		McDonnell Douglas F-15S-58-MC Strike Eagle 
				Version of F-15E for Saudi Arabia, Peace Sun IX
				0900 MSN 1318/SA049 RSAF 9224
				0901 MSN 1320/SA050 RSAF 5525, reserialed to 613
				0902 MSN 1322/SA051 RSAF 5529, reserialed to 617
				0903 MSN 1324/SA052 RSAF 5527, reserialed to 615
				0904 MSN 1326/SA053 RSAF 5528, reserialed to 616
				0905 MSN 1328/SA054 RSAF 5526, reserialed to 614.
				0906 MSN 1330/SA055 RSAF 5530, reserialed to 618
				0907 MSN 1332/SA056 RSAF 5531, reserialed to 619.  Suffered severe damage Aug 2007 when one engine exploded
					in flight, but aircraft landed safely.
				0908 MSN 1334/SA057 RSAF 5532, reserialed to 620
				0909 MSN 1336/SA058 RSAF 5533, reserialed to 621
				0910 MSN 1338/SA059 RSAF 5534, reserialed to 622
				0911 MSN 1340/SA060 RSAF 5535, reserialed to 623
93-0912/0923		McDonnell Douglas F-15S-59-MC Strike Eagle 
				Version of F-15E for Saudi Arabia, Peace Sun IX.
				0912 MSN 1342/SA061 RSAF 5536, reserialed to 624.
				0913 MSN 1344/SA062 RSAF 9225
				0914 MSN 1346/SA063 RSAF 9226
				0915 MSN 1348/SA064 RSAF 9227
				0916 MSN 1350/SA065 RSAF 9228
				0917 MSN 1352/SA066 RSAF 9229
				0918 MSN 1354/SA067 RSAF 9230
				0919 MSN 1356/SA068 RSAF 9235, reserialed to 5516
				0920 MSN 1358/SA069 RSAF 9231
				0921 MSN 1360/SA070 RSAF 9232, reserialed to 5513
				0922 MSN 1362/SA071 RSAF 9233, reserialed to 5514
				0923 MSN 1364/SA072 RSAF 9234, reserialed to 5515.

93-1036/1041		Lockheed C-130H Hercules
				1036 (MSN 382-5368)
				1037 (MSN 382-5369)
				1038 (MSN 382-5372)
				1039 (MSN 382-5373)
				1040 (MSN 382-5375)
				1041 (MSN 382-5376)
93-1042/1043		Lockheed C-130H Hercules
				Contract cancelled
93-1044			Boeing C-18A
				Boeing 707-321B MSN 18835.  Previously N404PA, N2138T.  Registered N404PA to USAF Systems command at Hanscom AFB,
					Massachusetts Aug 29, 1989, current
93-1045/1076		Lockheed Martin F-16C Block 50D Fighting Falcon
				MSN TC-1/TC-32.  To Hellenic AF under Peace Xenia II as 045/076
				1045 remains in USA to support a flight test program at Edwards AFB.
				1059 with Greek AF 347 Squadron crashed near Ioannina City Jun 4, 2009.  Pilot ejected safely.
93-1077/1084		Lockheed Martin F-16D Block 50D Fighting Falcon
				MSN TD-1/TD-8.  To Hellenic AF under Peace Xenia II as 077/084
				1084 (TD-8) to Hellenic AF as 084 and assigned to 341 Mira.  Crashed during takeoff from Los Llanos AB in 
					Albacete, Spain Jan 26, 2015. Both crew killed, as well as 10 personnel and destroyed and damaged several
					other NATO aircraft in the dispersal area.
93-1085/1086		Northrop B-2A Block 20 Spirit
				1085 AV-18 MSN 1018 *Spirit of Oklahoma*.  Modified to Block 30 2000
				1086 AV-19 MSN 1019 *Spirit of Kitty Hawk*.  Modified to Block 30 2000
93-1087/1088		Northrop B-2A Block 30 Spirit
				1087 AV-20 MSN 1020 *Spirit of Pennsylvania*
				1088 AV-21 MSN 1021 *Spirit of Louisiana*

93-1096			Lockheed LC-130H Hercules
				MSN 382-5410.  
93-1097			Grumman E-8C JSTARS
				P-4.  Former Boeing 707-338C MSN 19296 delivered in 
					1967 as VH-EBW to Qantas, then G-BDEA,  EL-AKH,  PT-TCT,  N6546L

93-1313/1316		Lockheed C-130H Hercules
				MSN 5271, 5276, 5308, 5317.  All to Taiwan with last four of serial as ID
93-1337			Beechcraft MQM-107E Streaker
				Reusable, turbojet-powered target towing drone

93-1455/1459		Lockheed C-130H Hercules 
				1455 (MSN 382-5360)
				1456 (MSN 382-5361)
				1457 (MSN 382-5362)
				1458 (MSN 382-5363) attached to 156th AS, 145th AW of North Carolina Air National Guard and equipped 
					with the Modular Airborne Firefighting System (MAFFS) crashed Jul 1, 2012 while fighting a wildfire 
					in Black Hills of South Dakota.  4 killed, 2 seriously injured.  The fleet was temporarily grounded.
					Wreckage for sale at auction by Government Liquidation at Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota Apr 27, 2015.
				1459 (MSN 382-5364)
93-1460/1463		Lockheed C-130H Hercules

93-1561/1563		Lockheed C-130H Hercules 
				MSN 5365/5367
				1561 (MSN 382-5365)
				1562 (MSN 382-5366)
				1563 (MSN 382-5367)

93-1701/1706		AH-64A training aids

93-2041/2042		Lockheed C-130H Hercules 
				2041 (MSN 382-5370)
				2042 (MSN 382-5371)

93-2104/2106		Lockheed HC-130N Hercules 
				2104 (MSN 382-5381).  Is this 90-2104?
				2105 (MSN 382-5388).  Is this 90-2105?
				2106 (MSN 382-5387).  Is this 90-2106?
				

93-2472			Mil Mi-24P
				Captured from Iraq during Gulf War.  Now quoted as being 91-32472
				
93-3040			General Atomics RQ-1A Predator
				Being used as a communication relay platform as part of UK's EXTENDOR operational
					concept demonstrator program.

93-4049/4100		Lockheed Martin F-16C Block 52D Fighting Falcon
				MSN KC-29/KC-80.  To South Korea under Peace Bridge II.
				Assembled in Korea by Samsung
				4052 operated by 19th FW, ROKAF
				4053 to RoKAF as 93-053.  Crashed into West Sea 3.5 mi off
					west coast of southern South Korea Feb 13, 2007 following
					engine failure.  Pilot ejected safely.  AFM 4/2007.  Cause of loss
					was failure by mechanics to fit new engine cover plates during
					repair work.  One plate fractured and fragments damaged engine,
					causing its failure.  AFM 6/2007
				4069 operated by 19h FW, ROKAF. 
				4072 operated by 111th FS, 38th TFG, ROKAF
				4087 crashed Feb 26, 2002 after caught fire.  Pilot ejected safely.
				4091 operated by 20th FW, ROKAF
				4094 operated by 19th FW, ROKAF
93-4101/4120		Lockheed Martin F-16D Block 52D Fighting Falcon
				MSN KD-21/KD-40.  To South Korea under Peace Bridge II.
				Assembled in Korea by Samsung.
				4117 crashed into Yellow Sea Jul 20, 2007.  Both pilots killed. (CA Vol 8 no 5)

93-7024/7026		Cessna 650 Citation VII for Turkish AF
				USAF serials based on their MSNs (650-7024/7026).
				7024 registered N2262Z May 4, 1993, cancelled Jul 30, 1993 when transferred to Turkish AF as 93-7024, later 93-004
				7025 not assigned
				7026 registered N1263G May 4, 1993, cancelled Jul 30, 1993 when transferred to Turkish AF as 93-7026, later 93-005.

93-7311/7314		Lockheed C-130H Hercules
				7311 (MSN 382-5374) named "City of Colorado Springs" with 731st AS at Peterson AFB in Aug 1997.
				7312 (MSN 382-5377) named "Spirit of Sumit 38" with 731st Airlift Squadron, 302nd Airlift Wing
					in Jul 1996 in memory of C-130E 62-1838 which crashed on May 13, 1995.  Recently active with 169th ALS<
					182nd ALW of Illinois ANG at Peoria ANG Base, Illinois
				7313 (MSN 382-5379)
				7314 (MSN 382-5380) to 187th AS, 153rd AW WyANG, Cheyenne, WY

93-8028			LET TG-10A
				LET L-23 Super Blanik glider.  Registered as N268BA to USAF at Edwards AFB, California Nov 2, 1994.  Cancelled
					Sep 20, 2013

93-13121			Beech RC-12P
				Seen at Cedar Rapids, Iowa in 2002

				* Army Serial Numbers Start Here * 


93-00661/00667		Boeing/Vertol CH-47D Chinook
				Former Canadian Armed Forces Chinooks rebuilt and sold to Royal Netherlands Air Force as D-661/667.
				00661 (MSN M3661/NL-001) rebuilt from CH-47D 74-22060, CAF 147003.  To the Royal Netherlands Air 
					Force (RNLAF) / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 3Aug96 as D-661. Assigned to 298 Squadron	
					Named "Red October" 
				00662 (MSN M3362/NL-002) Rebuilt from CH-47D 74-22061 / CAF 147004.  To the Royal Netherlands Air 
					Force (RNLAF) / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 5Apr96 as D-662. Assigned to 298 Squadron	
					Named "Lady Liberty" 
				00663	(MSN M3663/NL-003) rebuilt from CH-47D 74-22062 / CAF 147005.  To the Royal Netherlands Air 
					Force (RNLAF) / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 8Mar96 as D-663. Assigned to 298 Squadron	
					Named "Blizzard" 
				00664	(MSN M3664/NL-004) rebuilt from CH-47D 74-22063 / CAF 147006.  To the Royal Netherlands Air 
					Force (RNLAF) / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 29Dec95 as D-664. Assigned to 298 Squadron	
					Named "Sling King" 
				00665	(MSN M3665/NL-005) rebuilt from CH-47D 74-22064 / CAF 147007.  To the Royal Netherlands Air 
					Force (RNLAF) / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 28Dec95 as D-665. Assigned to 298 Squadron	
					Named "Bigfoot" 
				00666	(MSN M3666/NL-006) rebuilt from CH-47D 74-22065 / CAF 147008.  To the Royal Netherlands Air 
					Force (RNLAF) / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 30Jan96 as D-666. Assigned to 298 Squadron	
					Named "The Beast" 
				00667	(MSN M3667/NL-007) rebuilt from CH-47D 74-22066 / CAF 147009.  To the Royal Netherlands Air 
					Force (RNLAF) / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) 2Mar96 as D-667. Assigned to 298 Squadron	
					Named "Rodney" 
93-00668/00673 		Boeing/Vertol CH-47D Chinook
				The Boeing Helicopter Company Model 414-100 (MSN M4101/M4106) to Royal Netherlands AF as D-101/106.
				00668	(MSN M4101/ML-008).  Registered N2067F 4May98; cancelled 9Nov98 on export to the Netherlands
					To the Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLAF) / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) as D-101. 
					Assigned to 298 Squadron	Named "Philly Connection" 
				00669	(MSN M4102/ML-009).  Registered N2067H 1Jun98; cancelled 28Sep98 on export to the Netherlands
					To the Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLAF) / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) as D-102. 
					Assigned to 298 Squadron	Named "Big Spender" 
				00670	(MSN M4103/ML-010).  Registered N2067M 23Jul98; cancelled 30Sep98 on export to the Netherlands
					To the Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLAF) / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) as D-103. 
					Assigned to 298 Squadron	Named "Dragon Fly" 
				00671 (MSN M4104/ML-011).  Registered N2069A 10Aug98; cancelled 30Sep98 on export to the Netherlands
					To the Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLAF) / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) as D-104. 
					Assigned to 298 Squadron.  Written off 13Nov05
				00672	(MSN M4105/ML-012).  Registered N2069S 14Aug98; cancelled 24Feb99 on export to the Netherlands
					To the Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLAF) / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) as D-105. 
					Assigned to 298 Squadron.	 Written off Jul 27, 2005
				00673	(MSN M4106/ML-013).  Registered N7424E 30Oct98; cancelled 24Feb99 on export to the Netherlands
					To the Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLAF) / Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu) as D-106. 
					Assigned to 298 Squadron	Named "Porcupine" 

93-00697/00701		Beechcraft RC-12P
				MSN FE-032/036.
				0697, 0699, and 0701 modified to RC-12Q. 0697 quoted as MSN IC-4
				0701 convered to RC-12X Guardrail in Jan 2011.

93-00924/00934		Boeing Helicopters CH-47D Chinook
				Boeing Helicopter Company Model 414-100.  MSN M.3451/M.3461, Conversions of Australian CH-47C airframes
				00924 (MSN M3451) was formerly 73-21971 (RAAF A15-002).  To RAAF as A15-102.  Shipped to Australia Jan95
					Assigned to C Squadron, 5th Aviation Regiment, Australian Army, Townsville, QLD. Named "Centurion" 
					Crashed 90 km N of Tarin Kowt, Zabul Province , Afghanistan May 30, 2011 while on resupply mission.  
					One of the six occupants was killed.  Helicopter destroyed on the ground after it was deemed 
					unsalvageable.
				00925 (MSN M3452) was formerly 73-21972 (RAAF A15-003).  To RAAF as A15-103.  Shipped to Australia Feb95
					Assigned to C Squadron, 5th Aviation Regiment, Australian Army, Townsville, QLD.  Named "Crusader" 
				00926 (MSN M3453) was formerly 73-21973 (RAAF A15-004).  To RAAF as A15-104.  Shipped to Australia Mar95
					Assigned to C Squadron, 5th Aviation Regiment, Australian Army, Townsville, QLD.  Named "Crux Australis" 
				00927 (MSN M3454) was formerly 73-21975 (RAAF A15-006).  To RAAF as A15-106.  Shipped to Australia Apr95
					Assigned to C Squadron, 5th Aviation Regiment, Australian Army, Townsville, QLD.  Named "Conqueror" 
					Made final flight to RAAF Museum, Point Cook, VIC 17Apr15.
					Preserved at the RAAF Museum, Point Cook, VIC
				00928 (M3455) was formerly 73-21974 (RAAF A15-005) modified to CH-47D.  Accepted by the US Army 31May95
					Assigned to US Army National Guard  Hawaii; B Company, 214th Aviation Regiment "Hillclimbers", 
					Wheeler Field, Hawaii 
					Assigned to US Army National Guard  Hawaii; 193rd Aviation Regiment, Wheeler AFB, HI
					Assigned to US Army National Guard  Hawaii; 1st Battalion, 168th Aviation Regiment, Wheeler AFB, HI
				00929 (M3456) was formerly 73-21976 (RAAF A15-007) modified to CH-47D.  Accepted by the US Army 30Jun95
					Assigned to US Army National Guard  Hawaii; 1st Battalion, 171st Aviation Regiment, Wheeler AFB, HI 
					Assigned to US Army National Guard  Hawaii; B Company, 214th Aviation Regiment "Hillclimbers", 
					Wheeler Field, Hawaii 
				00930 (M3457) was formerly 73-21977 (RAAF A15-008) modified to CH-47D.  Accepted by the US Army 31Jul95
					Assigned to US Army National Guard  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 
					Stored at Summit Airport, Middletown, DE.  For sale by GSA Auctions at Summit Avn, 
					Middletown, DE, May 23, 2014.  Registered N401AJ 22Aug14. Registered 5Sep14 as a Billings Flying 
					Service CH-47D, MSN 93-0930; current
				00931 (M3458) was formerly 73-21978 (RAAF A15-009) modified to CH-47D.  Accepted by the US Army 13Sep95
					Assigned to US Army National Guard  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 
				00932 (M3459) was formerly 73-21979 (RAAF A15-010) modified to CH-47D.  Accepted by the US Army 13Oct95
					Assigned to US Army National Guard  Hawaii; 193rd Aviation Regiment, Wheeler AFB, HI
					Assigned to US Army National Guard  Hawaii; B Company, 214th Aviation Regiment "Hillclimbers", 
					Wheeler Field, Hawaii 
					Assigned to US Army National Guard  California; 1st General Support Aviation Battalion, 1
					26th Aviation Regiment "Delta Schooners".  For sale by GSA Auctions at Summit Aviation, Middletown, DE Apr 10, 2017.
				00933 (M3460) was formerly 73-21980 (RAAF A15-011) modified to CH-47D.  Accepted by the US Army 29Nov95
					Assigned to US Army National Guard  Hawaii; 193rd Aviation Regiment, Wheeler AFB, HI
					Assigned to US Army National Guard  Hawaii; B Company, 214th Aviation Regiment "Hillclimbers", 
					Wheeler Field, Hawaii 
				00934 (M3461) was formerly 73-21981 (RAAF A15-012) modified to CH-47D.  Accepted by the US Army 22Dec95
					Assigned to US Army National Guard  Hawaii; 193rd Aviation Regiment, Wheeler AFB, HI
					Assigned to US Army National Guard  Hawaii; B Company, 214th Aviation Regiment "Hillclimbers", 
					Wheeler Field, Hawaii.
					For sale by GSA Auctions at summit Avn, Middletown, DE Oct 17, 2016
93-00935/1035		Bell OH-58D(R) Kiowa Warrior
				MSN 43321/43356.  All converted to OH-58D(I) except 0935, 0950, 0957, 0963, 0964, and 0965.
				00935 originally converted from OH-58A 68-16941.
				00936 (C Troop 3/17th CAV) w/o May 14, 1998.  Was with Bell Helicopters in Apr 2001, presumably
					for rebuild.  With 2-6th Cav 25th CAB
				00937 rebuilt from 73-21934.  To AMARC Nov 6, 2014.
				00938 assigned to 3-17th CAV.  to AMARC Feb 20, 2015.
				00940 (MSN 43326) rebuilt from OH-58A 70-15335.  Assigned to 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment.
					To AMARC Jun 11, 2015.
				00941 rebuilt from 71-20678.  To AMARC Oct 29, 2014.
				00942 rebuilt from 70-15057
				00943 assigned to 3-17th CAV.  To AMARC Sep 9, 2015
				00945 rebuilt from 71-20464
				00946 rebuilt from 72-21079.  With 1-17th Cav 82nd CAB
				00948 rebuilt from 72-21164
				00949 rebuilt from 72-21233.  To AMARC Oct 29, 2014.
				00950 rebuilt from 72-21306.  (3-17th Cav) crashed in Iraq Jan 23, 2004
				00951 assigned to 2-6th CAV.  To AMARC Jul 15, 2015.
				00952 with 2-6th Cav 25th CAB
				00954 with C Coy 1-14th AVN USAACE.  To AMARC Nov 6, 2014.  FMS to Tunisia
				00955 to AMARC Nov 20, 2014
				00956 to AMARC Nov 6, 2014
				00957 (H & H Company 1-10th AVN) damaged Mar 3, 2002.  Crashed
					in Iraq with 3-17th Cav Jan 25, 2004.
				00958 assigned to 3-17th CAV.  To AMARC Jul 29, 2015
				00959 (MSN 43345) assigned to 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment.  To AMARC Apr 15, 2015 (www.amarcexperience.com)
				00960 (MSN 43346) planned to be first prototype OH-58F.  On display in March 2016 at the United 
					States Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, Alabama.  
				00962 assigned to 2-6th CAV.  To AMARC Feb 20, 2015
				00964 assigned to 2-6th CAV.  to AMARC Feb 20, 2015
				00965 (MSN 43351) assigned to 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment.  To AMARC Jun 28, 2015 (www.amarcexperience.com)
				00966 (H & C Company 1-10th AVN) w/o Jan 8, 2003 when struck tree during night training flight in
					white-out conditions.  Crew not injured.  To AMARC Dec 11, 2014.
				00967 (C Company 1-10 AVN) ditched en-route to USS Eisenhower 2/3/2001.
					Crew rescued safely.  Crew heard two loud bangs from rear of helicopter,
					followed by severe vibration and loss of effective control.  Made
					autorotation landing in sea.
				00968 (MSN 43354) to AMARC Dec 11, 2014 (www.amarcexperience.com)
				00969 (MSN 43355) to AMARC Apr 15, 2015.  Also listed as being shot down by ground fire at Qarah Bagh,
					Afghanistan Jun 6, 2012.  Both crew KIA
				00970 to AMARC Dec 12, 2014.
				00971 to AMARC Aug 26, 2015
				00972 (MSN 48528) assigned to 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment.  To AMARC Jun 11, 2015
					(www.amarcexperience.com)
				00973 (MSN 48529) assigned to 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment.  To AMARC May 14, 2015
					(www.amarcexperience.com)
				00974 rebuilt from 85-24718.
				00976 to AMARC Sep 2, 2015.
				00977 (MSN 48533) assigned to 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment.  To AMARC May 8, 2015
					(www.amarcexperience.com)
				00978 (OH-58D(R) B Troop/2-6th Cav shot down by small-arms fire at
					Muqdadiyah, Iraq May 28, 2007.  Both crew killed.  Six soldiers
					from a response team heading for the crash site were killed
					by a roadside bomb.
				00979 (MSN 48535) to AMARC Apr 22, 2015 (www.amarcexperience.com)
				00980 to AMARC Aug 26, 2015.
				00981 assigned to 4-278th ACR.  To AMARC Aug 26, 2015
				00982 (MSN 48538) to AMARC May 14, 2015 (www.amarcexperience.com)
				00983 to AMARC Feb 17, 2015
				00984 to AMARC Apr 23, 2015.
				00985 assigned to 4-278th ACR.  To AMARC Sep 2, 2015
				00986 with 1-17th Cav 82nd CAB
				00987 (MSN 48543) to AMARC May 14, 2015 (www.amarcexperience.com)
				00988 assigned to 4-278th ACR.  To AMARC Aug 28, 2015
				00989 (1-17th Cav) shot down in Iraq May 26, 2005
				00990 rebuilt from 83-24139
				00991 rebuilt from 86-8916(C Troop, 1/17th CAV) crashed in Iraq Oct 13, 2003 (AFM 11/2005)
				00992 (MSN 48548) assigned to 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment.  To AMARC Jun 18, 2015 (www.amarcexperience.com)
				00993 (OH-58D(R), A Company 1-82nd AVN) w/o at Fort Brag, NC Sep 7, 2001.
					Crashed and burned out following engine failure while hovering.
					Both crew escaped with minor injuries.
				00994 (MSN 48550) to AMARC Apr 15, 2015 (www.amarcexperience.com)
				00995 to AMARC May 17, 2014
				00996 (MSN 48552) rebuilt from 87-00729.  Assigned to 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment.
					To AMARC May 1, 2015.
				00997 w/o 4/14/1998.
				00998 rebuilt from 86-8913.
				00999 assigned to 3-17th CAV.  To AMARC Feb 17, 2015.
				01001 assigned to 3-17th CAV.  To AMARC Feb 17, 2015
				01002 (MSN 48558) (E Troop 1-4th CAV) damaged Dec 20, 2001.  Assigned to 4th Squadron, 6th Cavalry
					Regiment, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA.  Assigned to 6th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment Jun 2014.
				01003 (B Company 1-82nd AVN) damaged Oct 2, 1997.  With 1-17th Cav 82nd CAB
				01004 rebuilt from 86-8917.  Assigned to 2-6th CAV.  To AMARC Feb 17, 2015.
				01005 (MSN 48561) rebuilt from 85-24690.  To AMARC Apr 15, 2015 (www.amarcexperience.com)
				01006 rebuilt from 85-24716.
				01007 rebuilt from 87-0743.  To AMARC Nov 12, 2014.
				01008 rebuilt from 85-24790.
				01010/01035 (MSN 44102/44127) to Republic of China Army as 601 to 626.
					613 w/o Aug 23, 2001

93-01317/01336		Short/Bombardier C-23B Sherpa
				Civilian Short SD3-60 aircraft modified for US Army National Guard by Bombardier
				01317 (MSN SH.3624) built as Short SD3-60.  First flight Oct 27, 1983. Test flown as G-14-3624. Registered 
					as G-BKWN Aug 17, 1983, cancelled on export to USA Nov 14, 1983.  Registered as N912SB to Security 
					Pacific Equipment Leasing Inc. San Francisco CA, Nov 17, 1983. Leased to Sunbelt Airlines Nov 1983. 
					Leased to Simmons Airlines May 1986. Leased to Allegheny Commuter Airlines Jun 1991.
					Registered N912SB to Shorts Aircraft Delivery Inc, Feb 8, 1996, cancelled Oct 16, 1996. 
					Converted to C-23B+ Sherpa  by Bombardier's West Virginia Air Center in Bridgeport, WV. New MSN SH.3401.
					Delivered Oct96 to US Army National Guard.  WFU and stored at Henry Post AAF/Fort Sill, Oklahoma Nov 2013.
					Registered N162Z to US Forest Service, assigned Aug 5, 2014, registered Sep 12, 2014, current
					To AMARC Sep 26, 2014.
				01318 built as Short SD3-60, MSN SH.3695. First flight Apr 30, 1984. Test flown as G-14-3695. Registered as 
					G-BMNK Mar 13, 1986, cancelled on export to Ireland 7Mar88. Registration 5N-AOX reserved but ntu.
					Registered EI-BVM Mar 1988, operated by Aer Lingus Commuter. WFU Aug 1991.  Registered G-TBAC to BAC 
					Leasing Oct 1, 1992, operated by Gill Airways. Cancelled on export to USA Jun 30, 1994. 
					Registered N419SA to Shorts Aircraft Delivery Inc, 5Dec 5, 1995, cancelled Jun 10, 1997. 
					Converted to C-23B+ Sherpa  by Bombardier's West Virginia Air Center in Bridgeport, WV. New MSN SH.3402.
					Delivered Mar 1997 to US Army National Guard. Assigned to West Virginia ArNG.
					WFU and stored at Henry Post AAF/Fort Sill, Oklahoma Jun 2013.  Registered N318BR to Black River 
					Technical College, Pocahontas, AR, May 20, 2014, current. 
				01319 built as Short SD3-60.  Test flown as G-14-3629. Registered as G-BKZS Oct 12, 1983, cancelled 
					on export to USA Dec 6, 1983. Registered N913SB, operated by Sunbelt Airways Dec 1983. Leased to Simmons 
					Airlines Jun 1985. Registered to Citicorp Nevada Feb 28, 1986. Leased to Allegheny Commuter Airlines Apr 1990. 
					Registered N913SB to Shorts Aircraft Delivery Inc, Apr 4, 1996, cancelled Jun 6, 1997. 
					Converted to C-23B+ Sherpa  by Bombardier's West Virginia Air Center in Bridgeport, WV. New MSN SH.3403.
					Delivered Mar 1997 to US Army National Guard. Assigned to Alaska ArNG. WFU and stored at Henry Post AAF/Fort 
					Sill, Oklahoma Nov 2013.
				01320 built as Short SD3-60, MSN SH.3628. First flight Feb 12, 1983. Test flown as G-14-3628. 
					Registered as G-BKZR 12Oct 12, 1983, cancelled on export to Denmark Oct 23, 1984. Operated by Genair 
					Dec 16, 1983 to Oct 11, 1984.  Registered OY-MMC Oct 1984, operated by Air Business. 
					Registered G-SALU Oct 10, 1985. Operated by Loganair Apr 1986. Operated by Manx Airlines Mar 1988. 
					Re-registered G-OAEX Mar 9, 1989, Operated by Air Europe Express Feb 1989 to Mar 1991. Cancelled 
					Aug 23, 1991. Re-registered G-BKZR to CityFlyer Express Aug 23, 1991. Operated by Streamline Aviation 
					Sep 1992. Operated by Gill Airways Jun 1994. Cancelled on export to USA Oct 4, 1994. 
					Registered N424SA to Shorts Aircraft Delivery Inc, Feb 27, 1996, cancelled Apr 18, 1997. 
					Converted to C-23B+ Sherpa  by Bombardier's West Virginia Air Center in Bridgeport, WV. New MSN SH.3404.
					Delivered Mar 1997 to US Army National Guard. Assigned to Alaska ArNG. Named "Rosie" 
					WFU and stored at Henry Post AAF/Fort Sill, Oklahoma Nov 2013.  Registered N863DZ to Air Heritage
					Nov 21, 2014  
				01321 built as Short SD3-60, MSN SH.3634. First flight Jan 26, 1984. Test flown as G-14-3634. Registered as 
					G-BLCS Dec 18, 1983, cancelled on export to USA Mar 28, 1984.  Registered as N132DA to Security Pacific 
					Equipment Leasing Inc. San Francisco CA, Mar 30, 1983. Leased to DashAir. Leased to Westair Commuter 
					Airlines Dec 1984. Leased to Simmons Airlines Jun90. Leased to Allegheny Commuter Airlines Jul 1991.
					Registered N132DA to Shorts Aircraft Delivery Inc, Feb 8, 1996, cancelled May 12, 1997. 
					Converted to C-23B+ Sherpa  by Bombardier's West Virginia Air Center in Bridgeport, WV. New MSN SH.3405.
					Delivered Mar 1997 to US Army National Guard. Assigned to Alaska ArNG.  WFU and stored at Henry Post 
					AAF/Fort Sill, Oklahoma Nov 2013.  To AMARC Dec 8, 2014
				01322 built as Short SD3-60 Variant 200, MSN SH.3645. First flight May 1, 1984. Test flown as G-14-3645. 
					Registered as G-BLGF Feb 24, 1984, cancelled on export to USA May 1, 1984.  Registered as N633KC to 
					Security Pacific Equipment Leasing Inc, San Francisco CA, May 24, 1984. Leased to Wright Airlines 
					May 1984, returned to Shorts Air Lease Sep 26, 1984. Leased to ASA Atlantic Southeast Airlines 
					Nov 1984. Leased to Pennsylvania Airlines May 1991. Leased to Allegheny Commuter Airlines Jul 1992.
					Registered N633KC to Shorts Aircraft Delivery Inc, cancelled Jun 12, 1997. 
					Converted to C-23B+ Sherpa  by Bombardier's West Virginia Air Center in Bridgeport, WV. New MSN SH.3406.
					Delivered Mar 1997 to US Army National Guard. Assigned to Pennsylvania ArNG.
					WFU and stored at Henry Post AAF/Fort Sill, Oklahoma Nov 2013.  To AMARC Oct 16, 2014.
					Registration N170Z reserved
				01323 built as Short SD3-60 Variant 200, MSN SH.3643. First flight Apr 10, 1984. Test flown as G-14-3643. 
					Registered as G-BLGD Feb 24, 1984, cancelled on export to USA Apr 24, 1984.  Registered as N631KC to 
					Security Pacific Equipment Leasing Inc, San Francisco CA, Apr 30, 1984. Leased to Wright Airlines May 1984, 
					returned to Shorts Air Lease Sep 26,1984. Leased to ASA Atlantic Southeast Airlines Nov 1984. Leased to 
					Pennsylvania Airlines Oct 1989. Leased to Allegheny Commuter Airlines Jul 1992.  Registered N631KC to 
					Shorts Aircraft Delivery Inc, Feb 8, 1996, cancelled Apr 2, 1997.  Converted to C-23B+ Sherpa  by 
					Bombardier's West Virginia Air Center in Bridgeport, WV. New MSN SH.3407.  Delivered Mar97 to US Army 
					National Guard.  Assigned  to Texas ArNG.  WFU and stored at Henry Post AAF/Fort Sill, Oklahoma Nov 2013.
					To AMARC Jul 30, 2014.  Registered N151Z to the US Forest Service assigned Aug 11, 2014, service Nov 20, 2014
				01324 built as Short SD3-60, MSN SH.3636. Test flown as G-14-3636. Registered as G-BLEE Jan 30, 1984, cancelled 
					on export to Ireland Mar 19, 1984.   Registered EI-BEL Feb 1984, operated by Aer Lingus Commuter. 
					Registered G-SBAC to BAC Leasing Feb 5, 1992, operated by Gill Airways. Cancelled on export to 
					USA Sep 15, 1995.  Registered N408SA to Shorts Aircraft Delivery Inc, 27Feb 27, 1996, cancelled Apr 2, 1997. 
					Converted to C-23B+ Sherpa  by Bombardier's West Virginia Air Center in Bridgeport, WV. New MSN SH.3408
					Delivered Mar 1997 to US Army National Guard.  WFU and stored at Henry Post AAF/Fort Sill, Oklahoma Nov13.
					Registered N114Z to US Forest Service Sep 5, 2014, current. 
				01325 built as Short SD3-60 Variant 200, MSN SH.3646. First flight May 15, 1984. Test flown as G-14-3646. 
					Registered as G-BLIJ Feb 24, 1984, cancelled on export to USA May 30, 1984.  Registered as N634KC to 
					Security Pacific Equipment Leasing Inc, San Francisco CA, Jun 5, 1984. Leased to Wright Airlines 
					Jun 1984, returned to Shorts Air Lease Sep 26, 1984. Leased to ASA Atlantic Southeast Airlines Nov 1984. 
					Leased to Pennsylvania Airlines Apr 1989. Leased to Allegheny Commuter Airlines Jul 1992.
					Registered N634KC to Shorts Aircraft Delivery Inc, Feb 8, 1996, cancelled Jun 30, 1997. 
					Converted to C-23B+ Sherpa  by Bombardier's West Virginia Air Center in Bridgeport, WV. New MSN SH.3409
					Delivered Jun 1997 to US Army National Guard. Assigned to Alaska ArNG. WFU and stored at Henry Post 
					AAF/Fort Sill, Oklahoma Nov 2013. To AMARC Sep 10, 2014
				01326 built as Short SD3-60 Variant 200, MSN SH.3649. First flight Jun 15, 1984. Test flown as G-14-3649. 
					Registered as G-BLIM 24Apr84, cancelled on export to USA Jun 19, 1984.  Registered as N346MV to Security 
					Pacific Equipment Leasing Inc, San Francisco CA, Jun 28, 1984. Leased to Mississippi Valley Airlines 
					Jul 1984. Leased to Air Wisconsin May 1985. Leased to Simmons Airlines Sep90. WFU at Tucson Dec 1992.
					Registered N346MV to Shorts Aircraft Delivery Inc, Feb 8, 1996, cancelled Jun 20, 1997. 
					Converted to C-23B+ Sherpa  by Bombardier's West Virginia Air Center in Bridgeport, WV. New MSN SH.3410
					Delivered May 1997 to US Army National Guard.  WFU and stored at Henry Post AAF/Fort Sill, Oklahoma Nov 2013.
					To AMARC Sep 22, 2014.
				01327 built as Short SD3-60 Variant 200, MSN SH.3650. First flight Jun 28, 1984. Test flown as G-14-3650. 
					Registered as G-BLIN Apr 24, 1984, cancelled on export to USA Jun 28, 1984.  Registered as N347MV to 
					Security Pacific Equipment Leasing Inc, San Francisco CA, Jul 2, 1984. Leased to Mississippi Valley 
					Airlines Jul 1984. Leased to Air Wisconsin May 1985. Leased to Simmons Airlines May90. WFU at Tucson Dec 1992.
					Registered N347MV to Shorts Aircraft Delivery Inc, Feb 8, 1996, cancelled Nov 4, 1997. 
					Converted to C-23B+ Sherpa  by Bombardier's West Virginia Air Center in Bridgeport, WV. New MSN SH.3411
					Delivered May 1997 to US Army National Guard. Assigned to Alaska ArNG.  WFU and stored at Henry 
					Post AAF/Fort Sill, Oklahoma Nov 2013.  To AMARC Sep 22, 2014.
				01328 built as Short SD3-60, MSN SH.3657. Test flown as G-14-3657. Registered as G-BLPV Oct 3, 1984. Operated by 
					Air UK Limited. Cancelled on export to Sweden Jun 8, 1988.  Registered SE-KEX 7Jul88, operated by Avia 
					Airlines. Cancelled on export to United Kingdom Nov 22, 1991.  Registered G-BLPV Nov 22, 1991. Operated 
					by Loganair Aug 1992. Operated by CityFlyer Express Nov 1993. Bought by BAC leasing Limited Mar 4, 1994. 
					Cancelled on export to USA Dec 12, 1994.  Registered N412SA to Shorts Aircraft Delivery Inc, Feb 27, 1996, 
					cancelled Nov 4, 1997.  Converted to C-23B+ Sherpa by Bombardier's West Virginia Air Center in 
					Bridgeport, WV. New MSN SH.3412.  Delivered Jul 1997 to US Army National Guard. WFU and stored at Henry 
					Post AAF/Fort Sill, Oklahoma Jul 2013.  Registered N161Z to US Forest Service, Aug 5, 2014, current. 
				01329 built as Short SD3-60, MSN SH.3660. Test flown as G-14-3660. Registered as G-BLPY Oct 3, 1984. Operated by 
					Air UK Limited. Cancelled on export to Sweden Jun 1, 1988.  Registered SE-KEY Sep 1, 1988, operated by 
					Avia Airlines. Cancelled on export to United Kingdom 2Aug 2, 1991.  Registered G-MAXW Aug 12, 1991. 
					Operated by CityFlyer Express Sep 1991. Cancelled on export to USA Dec 9, 1994.  Registered N413SA to 
					Shorts Aircraft Delivery Inc, Feb 26, 1996, cancelled Nov 4, 1997.   Converted to C-23B+ Sherpa  by 
					Bombardier's West Virginia Air Center in Bridgeport, WV. New MSN SH.3413.  Delivered Jul97 to US Army 
					National Guard.   WFU and stored at Henry Post AAF/Fort Sill, Oklahoma Nov13.
				01330 built as Short SD3-60, MSN SH.3664. Test flown as G-14-3664. Registered as G-BLTO Jan 15, 1985. Operated 
					by Air UK Limited. Cancelled on export to Ireland Feb 28, 1986.  Registered EI-BSM Feb 1986, operated 
					by Aer Lingus Commuter.  Registered G-BLTO Jun 12, 1986. Operated by Guernsey Airlines. Cancelled 
					on export to Sweden Jun 15, 1989.  Registered SE-KKZ 15Jun 15, 1989, operated by Avia Airlines. 
					Cancelled on export to United Kingdom 18Mar 18, 1992. Registered G-BLTO Mar 18, 1992. Operated by 
					CityFlyer Express Jun 1992. Cancelled on export to USA May 26, 1995.  Registered N426SA to Shorts 
					Aircraft Delivery Inc, 26Feb 26, 1996, cancelled Nov 4, 1997. Converted to C-23B+ Sherpa  by Bombardier's 
					West Virginia Air Center in Bridgeport, WV. New MSN SH.3416.  Delivered Aug 1997 to US Army National Guard. 
					Assigned to South Dakota ArNG, named "Ms April" with 249th Aviation Regiment, South Dakota ANG in 2010
					WFU and stored at Henry Post AAF/Fort Sill, Oklahoma Dec 2013.  Registered N491AK Jan 2, 2015 with Global
					Asset Technologies LLC of Anchorage, Alaska
				01331 built as Short SD3-60, MSN SH.3708. Test flown as G-14-3708. Registered as G-BNBD Nov 7, 1986. Operated 
					by Air Europe Express, later as Euroworld Airways.  Re-Registered G-OGCI Aug 5, 1991. Operated by 
					CityFlyer Express Aug 1991. Cancelled on export to USA May 5, 1995.  Registered N435SA to Shorts Aircraft 
					Delivery Inc, Feb 27, 1996, cancelled Nov 7, 1997.  Converted to C-23B+ Sherpa by Bombardier's West 
					Virginia Air Center in Bridgeport, WV. New MSN SH.3415.  Delivered Sep97 to US Army National Guard. 
					Assigned to Alaska ArNG.  WFU and stored at Henry Post AAF/Fort Sill, Oklahoma Nov 2013.
					Registered N429AK Dec 19, 2014, current.
				01332 built as Short SD3-60, MSN SH.3687. Test flown as G-14-3687. Registered as G-BMHY Nov 26, 1985. Operated 
					by British Midland Airways Apr 1986. Operated by Air Europe Express Aug 1989.  Re-Registered G-OREX 3
					May 30, 1991. Operated by CityFlyer Express May 1991. Cancelled on export to USA Jan 25, 1995. 
					Registered N428SA to Shorts Aircraft Delivery Inc, Feb 27, 1996, cancelled Nov 7, 1997. 
					Converted to C-23B+ Sherpa by Bombardier's West Virginia Air Center in Bridgeport, WV. New MSN SH.3414.
					Delivered Oct 1997 to US Army National Guard. Assigned to Washington ArNG.  WFU and stored at Henry 
					Post AAF/Fort Sill, Oklahoma Nov 2013.  Registered as N163Z to US Forest Service Sep 29, 2014, current.
				01333 built as Short SD3-60 Variant 200, MSN SH.3647. First flight May 24, 1984. Test flown as G-14-3647. 
					Registered as G-BLIU Apr 24, 1984, cancelled on export to USA Jun 12, 1984.  Registered as N635KC to 
					Security Pacific Equipment Leasing Inc, San Francisco CA, Jun 1984. Leased to Wright Airlines Jul 1984. 
					Leased to ASA Atlantic Southeast Airlines Nov 1984. Registered VH-TAO Jan 1990. Leased to Airlines of 
					Tasmania Jan 1990. Leased to Sunstate Airlines Dec 1991. To USA Oct 1994.  Registered N635KC to Shorts 
					Aircraft Delivery Inc, Sep 5, 1997, cancelled Mar 3, 1998. Converted to C-23B+ Sherpa  by Bombardier's 
					West Virginia Air Center in Bridgeport, WV. New MSN SH.3417.  Delivered Oct 1997 to US Army National 
					Guard. Assigned to Alaska ArNG.  WFU and stored at Henry Post AAF/Fort Sill, Oklahoma Nov 2013.
					To AMARC Oct 5, 2014
				01334 built as Short SD3-60 Variant 200, MSN SH.3654. First flight Sep 20, 1984. Test flown as G-14-3654. 
					Registered as G-BLJU Jun 4, 1984, cancelled on export to USA Nov 12, 1984.  Registered as N369MQ to 
					Security Pacific Equipment Leasing Inc, San Francisco CA, Dec 14, 1984. Leased to Simmons Airlines 
					Dec 1984. Leased to Executive Airlines Jun 1993. WFU Opa Locka Jan 1995.  Registered N369MQ to Shorts 
					Aircraft Delivery Inc, Dec 1996, cancelled Apr 27, 1998.  Converted to C-23B+ Sherpa  by Bombardier's 
					West Virginia Air Center in Bridgeport, WV. New MSN SH.3418.  Delivered Oct97 to US Army National Guard
					WFU and stored at Henry Post AAF/Fort Sill, Oklahoma Nov 2013.  To AMARC Nov 25, 2014.
				01335 built as Short SD3-60 Variant 200, MSN SH.3658. Test flown as G-14-3658. Registered as G-BLPW Oct 3, 1984, 
					cancelled on export to USA Dec 14, 1984.  Registered as N371MQ to Security Pacific Equipment Leasing 
					Inc, San Francisco CA, Dec 20, 1984.  Leased to Simmons Airlines Dec 1984. Leased to Executive 
					Airlines Jun 1993. WFU Opa Locka Jan 1995.  Registered N371MQ to Shorts Aircraft Delivery Inc, Nov 5, 1997, 
					cancelled May 5, 1998.  Converted to C-23B+ Sherpa  by Bombardier's West Virginia Air Center in 
					Bridgeport, WV. New MSN SH.3419.  Delivered Dec 1997 to US Army National Guard WFU and stored at Henry 
					Post AAF/Fort Sill, Oklahoma Aug 2013.  To AMARC Dec 29, 2014.
				01336 built as Short SD3-60 Variant 200, MSN SH.3684. First flight Dec 9, 1985. Test flown as G-14-3684. Registered 
					as G-BMHV Nov 26, 1985, cancelled on export to USA 2Dec 2, 1985.  Registered as N375MQ to Security 
					Pacific Equipment Leasing Inc, San Francisco CA, Dec 9, 1985.  Leased to Simmons Airlines Dec 1985. 
					Leased to Executive Airlines Nov 1993. WFU Nashville Jan 1996. Registered N375MQ to Shorts Aircraft 
					Delivery Inc, 5Nov97, cancelled May 7, 1998.  Converted to C-23B+ Sherpa by Bombardier's West Virginia 
					Air Center in Bridgeport, WV. New MSN SH.3420  Delivered Jan98 to US Army National Guard. Assigned to 
					Florida ArNG.  With Det 1 H Company 171st Aviation Batallion,  crashed in a farm field near
					Unadilla, GA Mar 3, 2001 and burst into flames in heavy rain en-route Hurlburt Field, FL to NAS Oceana, VA. 
					21 killed.  All of the passengers were members of a Virginia-based military construction and engineering 
					crew on a routine training mission. The plane's pilot and two other crew members were members of the 
					171st Aviation Regiment of the Florida Army National Guard.  It appeared that the pilot's decision to go 
					to the bathroom shifted the weight of the already unbalanced plane and caused it to become unstable 
					and uncontrollable while in an area of strong turbulence. The nose of the plane slowly pitched up and 
					then abruptly dropped just before the crash. In three seconds, the plane rose more than 100 feet with 
					its nose down, and was then rocked by wind shear three times greater than what is defined as extreme 
					turbulence. Within the first 12 seconds that they encountered problems, the G-force shifts rendered 
					the crew and passengers incapacitated and unconscious and caused the breakup of the aircraft in flight. 
					It was also established that the weather radar was underpowered, negatively impacting the ability of 
					the crew to successfully circumnavigate around the severe weather.  An official investigation blamed
					shifting cargo and claimed that the aircraft was overweight on takeoff, but
					the head of the investigation dissented and blamed extreme turbulence and
					windshear with faulty weather radar, poor route selection, and inbalance of cargo

93-26460/26466 		Sikorsky UH-60L Pave Hawk
93-26467/26469		Sikorsky MH-60L Black Hawk
93-26470/26488 		Sikorsky UH-60L Pave Hawk
				26489, 26490 to MH-60L
				26486 (MSN 701994)
				26487 (9-101st Avn) crashed after midair collision with UH-60L 94-26536 at Fort Campbell, Kentucky Jun 18, 1996.
					Six crew killed on the two helicopters, but some passengers survived.
93-26489/26490 		Sikorsky MH-60L Black Hawk
93-26491/26532		Sikorsky UH-60L Pavehawk 
				26498 (MSN 702252)
				26513 (MSN 702000)
				26514 (4-1091st AVN) made hard landing in Iraq Jan 1, 2004
				26517 (B/5--101 Avn Regt) crashed in northwestern Zabul Province, Afghanistan Sep 21, 2010.
				26528 (4-101st Avn) damaged on taxiway at Bagram airfield, Afghanistan Jul 28, 2002.
				26522 (B Co/4-101st Avn) crashed in Iraq Apr 6, 2003