1994 USAF Serial Numbers


Last revised April 27, 2017


94-0001/0033		Slingsby T-3A Firefly
				MSN 2201/2233.  Model T67M260-T3A assembled by Northrop Worldwide Aircraft Services, Inc
				0001 (MSN 2201) registered N31879 to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Mar 17, 1995.
					Cancelled Nov 1, 2006.  Reported as written off.
				0002 (MSN 2202) registered N3188F to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Mar 17, 1995.
					Cancelled Nov 1, 2006.
				0003 (MSN 2203) registered N3188G to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Mar 17, 1995.
					Cancelled Nov 1, 2006.
				0004 (MSN 2204) registered N3188K to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Mar 17, 1995.
					Cancelled Nov 1, 2006.
				0005 (MSN 2205) registered N3188R to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas May 3, 1995.
					Cancelled Nov 1, 2006.
				0006 (MSN 2206) registered N31880 to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Mar 17, 1995.
					Cancelled Nov 1, 2006.
				0007 (MSN 2207) registered N31883 to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Mar 20, 1995.
					Cancelled Nov 1, 2006.
				0008 (MSN 2208) registered N3189A to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Mar 20, 1995.
					Cancelled Nov 1, 2006.
				0009 (MSN 2209) registered N3189F to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Mar 20, 1995.
					Cancelled Nov 1, 2006.
				0010 (MSN 2210) registered N3189G to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Mar 20, 1995.
					Cancelled Nov 1, 2006.
				0011 (MSN 2211) registered N3189K to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Mar 20, 1995.
					Cancelled Nov 1, 2006.
				0012 (MSN 2212) registered N3189L to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Mar 20, 1995.
					Cancelled Nov 1, 2006.  0012 was stored at Hondo, but had gone by March 2003
				0013 (MSN 2213) registered N3189N to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Mar 20, 1995.
					Cancelled Nov 1, 2006.
				0014 (MSN 2214) registered N3189W to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Mar 20, 1995.
					Cancelled Nov 1, 2006.
				0015 (MSN 2215) registered N3190H to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Mar 20, 1995.
					Cancelled Nov 1, 2006.
				0016 (MSN 2216) registered N3190K to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Mar 20, 1995.
					Cancelled Nov 1, 2006.
				0017 (MSN 2217) registered N31901 to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Mar 17, 1995.
					Cancelled Nov 1, 2006.
				0018 (MSN 2218) registered N31904 to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Mar 17, 1995.
					Cancelled Nov 1, 2006.
				0019 (MSN 2219) registered N31907 to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Mar 17, 1995.
					Cancelled Nov 1, 2006.  0019 was stored at Hondo, but was gone by March 2003
				0020 (MSN 2220) registered N31909 to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Mar 17, 1995.
					Cancelled Nov 1, 2006.
				0021 (MSN 2221) registered N3191K to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Mar 17, 1995.
					Cancelled Nov 1, 2006.
				0022 (MSN 2222) registered N3191X to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Mar 17, 1995.
					Cancelled Nov 1, 2006.
				0023 (MSN 2223) registered N3191Y to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Mar 17, 1995.
					Cancelled Nov 1, 2006.
				0024 (MSN 2224) registered N31917 to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Mar 17, 1995.
					Cancelled Nov 1, 2006.  0024 was stored at Hondo, but was gone by March 2003.
				0025 (MSN 2225) registered N3192A to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Mar 15, 1995.
					Cancelled Nov 1, 2006.
				0026 (MSN 2226) registered N3192D to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Mar 16, 1995.
					Cancelled Nov 1, 2006.
				0027 (MSN 2227) registered N3192E to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Mar 16, 1995.
					Cancelled Nov 1, 2006.
				0028 (MSN 2228) registered N3192F to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Mar 16, 1995.
					Cancelled Nov 1, 2006.
				0029 (MSN 2229) registered N3192H to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Mar 16, 1995.
					Cancelled Nov 1, 2006.
				0030 (MSN 2230) registered N3192K to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Mar 16, 1995.
					Cancelled Nov 1, 2006.
				0031 (MSN 2231) registered N3192X to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Mar 16, 1995.
					Cancelled Nov 1, 2006.
				0032 (MSN 2232) registered N3192Z to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Mar 17, 1995.
					Cancelled Nov 1, 2006.
				0033 (MSN 2233) registered N3193K to USAF HQ Air Education and Training Command, Randolph AFB, Texas Mar 15, 1995.
					Cancelled Nov 1, 2006.
				0005/11 all noted stored at Hondo March 2003.
				0013/18 all noted stored at Hondo March 2003.
				0020/23 all noted stored at Hondo March 2003.
				0025/33 all noted stored at Hondo March 2003.
				0002/0033 all scrapped Sep 2006 by Total Metal Recycling.			
94-0034/0037		McDonnell Douglas C-17A Globemaster III
				Cancelled contract.
94-0038/0049		Lockheed F-16C Block 50 Fighting Falcon
				MSN CC-190/CC-201.  For USAF

94-0065/0070		McDonnell Douglas C-17A Lot VI Globemaster III
				MSN 50025/50030, line number F-24/F-29)
				0068 wore "The Spirit of Airorne" from Aug 200 to Jun 5, 2003 with 437th Airlift Wing.
94-0071/0096		Lockheed Martin F-16C Block 50 Fighting Falcon
				MSN HC-35/HC-60.  Built under license by TAI in Turkey
				To Turkey as 94-071/096, Peace Onyx III
				0081 (THK 191 Filo) missing Jan 16, 2004 during sortie from Balikesir AB.
					Wreckage and body of pilot discovered 2 days later near Domanic.  AFM 1/2006
				0087 (THK 191 Filo) crashed on Mount Kazdaglari, Turkey Sep 11, 2006 following
					suspected engine failure.  Pilot ejected safely.  AFM Nov 2006
94-0097/0104		Lockheed F-16C Block 50 Fighting Falcon
				MSN HC-61/HC-68.  Under license by TAI
				To Turkey as 94-097/104.  Contract cancelled
94-0105/0110		Lockheed F-16D Block 50 Fighting Falcon
				MSN HD-7/HD-12.  Under license by TAI
				To Turkey as 94-105/110, Peace Onyx III
				0107 crashed while attempting to land at Balikesir AB Jul 13, 2007.
					Both crew ejected safely.  (AFM 10/2007)
94-0111/0113		Lockheed F-16D Block 50 Fighting Falcon ??
94-0114/0148		Beech Raytheon T-1A Jayhawk
				MSN TT-114/TT-148. 
94-0187/0238		Lockheed F-16C Fighting Falcon
94-0218			Ka 32  (conflict here)
94-0239/0258		Lockheed F-16D Fighting Falcon
94-0259/0265		Fairchild-Swearingen C-26B Metro III
				MSN DC-857B/DC-863B.
				0259 (DC-857M) to US Army.  Seen at Nuremberg Sep 16/17, 2006, named
					"African Queen"
				0260 is RC-26B with 2 SOW/754 SOS (Provisional)
				0261 now RC-26B
				0262 (MSN DC-860B) to 111th RS, then to 116th ARS
				0264 photographed at Salt Lake City Feb 9, 1999 with no national markings 
					and pod beneath center fuselage.  Seen Mar 3, 2006 at
					La Crosse, WI with low-visibility star and bars but no name
					of serviice, still with pod below and a bunch of white
					painted antenna along the fuselage top.
94-0266/0273		Lockheed F-16C Block 52J Fighting Falcon
				MSN DA-1/8.  To Singapore under Peace Carvin II as 608/615
				0268 Singapore AF 610
				0270 with 425h FS in USAF markings at Luke AFB training Singapore pilots
				0271 Singapore AF 613
				0273 with 425th FS in USAF markings at Luke AFB training Singapore pilots
94-0274/0283		Lockheed F-16D Block 52J Fighting Falcon
				MSN DB-1/10.  To Singapore under Peace Carvin II
				0274 Singapore AF 638
				0275 Singapore AF 623
				0276 Singapore AF 624
				0277 Singapore AF 625
				0278 Singapore AF 626
				0279 Singapore AF 627
				0280 Singapore AF 691
				0281 with 425th FS in USAF markings at Luke AFB training Singapore pilots
				0282 Singapore AF 629.  Noted Mar 2005 in USAF markings with
					482nd FS at Cannon AFB, presumably for training Singapore
					AF pilots.
				0283
94-0284/0285		Northrop Grumman E-8C JSTARS
				Former airline Boeing 707s converted by Northrop Grumman as JSTARS aircraft
				0284 (P-5) is ex 707-338C MSN 19293 delivered in 
					1967 as VH-EBT to Qantas, then G-BFLE, N861BX, N2178F.
				0285 (P-6) is ex 707-373C MSN 19442 delivered in 1967 to
					World Airways as N370WA, then OO-SBU, N760FW, USAF 67-30054.
94-0286/0294		McDonnell Douglas F-15I-56-MC Ra'am (Thunder)
				Version of F-15E for Israel under *Peace Fox V*. 
				0286 MSN 1276/I001 to IDF/AF as 201
				0287 MSN 1278/I002 to IDF/AF as 205
				0288 MSN 1286/I003 to IDF/AF as 209
				0289 MSN 1288/I004 to IDF/AF as 212
				0290 MSN 1290/I005 to IDF/AF as 215 
				0291 MSN 1292/I006 to IDF/AF as 217
				0292 MSN 1294/I007 to IDF/AF as 220
				0293 MSN 1296/I008 to IDF/AF as 223
				0294 MSN 1298/I009 to IDF/AF as 227
94-0295/0306		McDonnell Douglas F-15I-57-MC Ra'am (Thunder)
				Version of F-15E for Israel under *Peace Fox V*. 
				0295 MSN 1300/I010 to IDF/AF as 232
				0296 MSN 1302/I011 to IDF/AF as 234
				0297 MSN 1304/I012 to IDF/AF as 235
				0298 MSN 1306/I013 to IDF/AF as 238
				0299 MSN 1308/I014 to IDF/AF as 244
				0300 MSN 1310/I015 to IDF/AF as 246
				0301 MSN 1313/I016 to IDF/AF as 248
				0302 MSN 1315/I017 to IDF/AF as 250
				0303 MSN 1317/I018 to IDF/AF as 252
				0304 MSN 1319/I019 to IDF/AF as 255
				0305 MSN 1321/I020 to IDF/AF as 259
				0306 MSN 1323/I021 to IDF/AF as 261

94-0315/0326		Raytheon Beech C-12R Huron
				MSN BW-004/015.  For US Army.  May have serials 94-00315/00326.
				All converted to C-12V

94-0348/0428		Raytheon MQM-107D Streaker
				Reusable turbojet-powered target-towing drone

94-0500/0504		McDonnell Douglas F-15I-57-MC Ra'am (Thunder)
				Version of F-15E for Israel under *Peace Fox VI*.  Reserialled 94-0307/0310.
				0500 MSN 1325/I022 to IDF/AF as 263
				0501 MSN 1329/I023 to IDF/AF as 267
				0502 MSN 1333/I024 to IDF/AF as 269
				0503 MSN 1337/I025 to IDF/AF as 271

94-0555/0565		General Atomics RQ-1A Predator (Tier II)
				Predators having the serials 94-0555 and 94-0565 has been spotted.

94-1400			Stemme TG-11A
				Stemme S10-V powered glider.  MSN 14014; registered N94FT to USAF Academy Jul 27, 1995.  Registered to
					Texas Engineering Experient Station, College Station, Teas Nov 13, 2007l

94-1500			Stemme TG-11A
				Stemme S10-V powered glider.  MSN 14015; registered N94FW to USAF Academy Jul 278, 1995.  Registered to
					Lansing Community College, Michigan Feb 23, 2005.  Current with Gliders of Aspen
94-1501/1556		Raytheon MQM-107E Streaker
				Unmanned aerial target vehicle
				1551 with 82ndATS Apr 20, 2004. 
94-1557/1564		Lockheed F-16D Block 50 Fighting Falcon
				MSN HD-13/HD-20.  Built under license by TAI for Turkey, Peace Onyx III.  
				THK serials 94-1557/1564
94-1565/1568		General Atomics RQ-1A Predator
				1565 MSN P-003
				1566 MSN P-010
				1567 MSN P-007.  Crashed Oct 23,2000 SE of Tuzla Air Base, Bosnia due to mechanical failure
					of propeller control system 
				1568 MSN P-012.  1568 (57th Wing, 11th RS) w/o during mission over Bosnia following engine 
					bolt failure Aug 9, 1997.
94-1569/1570		Galaxy Aerospace C-38A Courier
				Missionized version of Model 1125A Astra SPX business jet for ANG.
				1569 MSN 088 registered N398AG to Tracor Inc Oct 14, 1997, cancelled Aug 18, 1999.  Delivered to 201 AS/113 WG
					at Andrews AFB in 1998, transferred to US Navy at NAS Jacksonville Jul 2015 for use as chase plane.
					Assigned to 201st AS, 133th Wing.  WFU Jul 2, 2015.  
				1570 MSN 090 registered N399AG to Tracor Inc Jul 23, 1997, cancelled Aug 18, 1999.  Delivered to 201 AS/113 WG
					at Andrews AFB in 1998, transferred to US Navy at NAS Jacksonville Jul 2015 for use as chase plane.

94-2001/2002		General Atomics RQ-1A Predator (Tier II)
				2001 Ground Control Station (GCS)
				2002 may be ground control station as well

94-3001/3012		General Atomics RQ-1K/L Predator (Tier II)
				3001 MSN P-001
				3002 MSN P-002. 3002 lost during operations over Bosnia due to Serb ground fire
					Aug 14, 1995.
				3003 Ground Control Station (GCS)
				3004 MSN P-004;  3004 (57th Wing, 11th RS) lost during 
					operations over Bosnia Oct 1, 1996
				3005 MSN P-005.  W/o 10/4200 in test flight due to computer malfunction at El Mirage, CA
					Also listed as being lost over Iraq Sep 25, 2000
				3006 MSN P-006;  3006 (57th Wing, 11th RS) crashed during
					flight test from El Mirage, CA Feb 25, 1997.  Passed to 82nd TW at Sheppard AFB, TX
					as instructional airframe.
				3007 Ground Control Station (GCS)
				3008 MSN P-008;  3008 shot down over Bosnia Aug 11, 1995.
				3009 MSN P-009.  W/o 6/27/2000 with 57th Wing.  Airframe noted at Wright Patterson AFB Jun 2001.
					02-3009 with 57th Wing during functional check flight Nov 24, 2004 suffered navigational
					system malfunction so ground pilot decided to land the vehicle immediately.
					However, failure do disengage airspeed hold led to vehicle crashing
					near runway somewhere in Afghanistan.
				3010 Ground Control Station (GCS)
				3011 MSN P-011

94-3020			Lockheed C-130H Hercules
				contract cancelled

94-3025			Lockheed C-130H Hercules
				contract cancelled
94-3026/3027		Lockheed C-130H Hercules
				MSN 5413,5415.  To C-130J 96-8151/8152
				3026 registration N130JC cancelled May 26, 2004 as to USAF Dec 6, 2000

94-5000/5002		General Atomics RQ-1A Predator (Tier II) Ground Control Station

94-6701/6708		Lockheed C-130H Hercules
				for West Virginia ANG
				6701 (MSN 382-5378)
				6702 (MSN 382-5382)
				6703 (MSN 382-5393)
				6704 (MSN 382-5394)
				6705 (MSN 382-5397)
				6706 (MSN 382-5398)
				6707 (MSN 382-5399)
				6708 (MSN 382-5400)

94-7310/7321		Lockheed C-130H Hercules
				7310 (MSN 382-5396)
				7311 
				7312
				7315 (MSN 382-5389)
				7316 (MSN 382-5390)
				7317 (MSN 382-5391)
				7318 (MSN 382-5392)
				7319 (MSN 382-5395)
				7320 (MSN 382-5401)
				7321 (MSN 382-5403)

94-8151/8152		Lockheed C-130J Hercules
				8151 (MSN 382-5413) former C-130J 94-3026 MSN 382-5413.  Formerly N130JC
				8152 former C-130J 94-3027 MSN 5414.  Formerly N130JG.  Transferred, active and possessed
					from Keesler Reserve to Channel Islands 146AW/115AS, CA Jun 2005.
					Transferred to Littlerock AFB Apr 2008.


			* Army Serials Start Here *

94-00050/00064		Bell Textron OH-58D(R) Kiowa Warrior
				MSN 43357/43371.  Formerly OH-58A/C.  All converted to OH-58D(I) except 00061.
				00052 assigned to 2-6th CAV.  To AMARC Jul 15, 2015.
				00053 assigned to 3-17th CAV.  To AMARC Sep 2, 2015.
				00055 to AMARC Sep 2, 2015.
				00056 to AMARC Nov 12, 2014.
				00057 to AMARC May 20, 2014.
				00058 (MSN 43365) originally converted from OH-58A 72-21112.  Assigned to 7th Squadron, 17th
					Cavalry Regiment.  To AMARC Apr 22, 2015 (www.amarcexperience.com)
				00060 (C Company 1-14th AVN) damaged May 14, 1997.  To AMARC Jul 29, 2015.
				00061 assigned to 2-6th CAV.  To AMARC Feb 17, 2015.
				00063 (2-17th Cav) crashed in Kandahar Province, Afghanistan
					Jun 5, 2008 when returning from post-maintenance test flight.
					Both crew killed.
				00064 originally converted from OH-58A 72-21429.  (D Troop 3/7th CAV) damaged Jun 12 1997.  To AMARC Aug 26, 2015

94-00149/00186		Bell Textron OH-58D Kiowa Warrior
				Former OH-58D AHIP.  Note extra zero in serials
				00149 (MSN 48400) rebuilt from 86-8915
				00150 (MSN 48401) rebuilt from 87-0731.  (D Troop 1/4th CAV) damaged Nov 1, 1996.  To AMARC Aug 26, 2015
				00151 (MSN 48402)
				00152 (MSN 48403)
				00153 (MSN 48404) rebuilt from 87-0741.  To AMARC Nov 20, 2014.
				00154 (MSN 48405) (6-17th Cav) struck overhead wires while approaching to land at Mosul,
					Iraq Nov 15, 2008 and crashed, killing both crew.
				00155 (MSN 48406)
				00156 (MSN 48407) assigned to 3-17th CAV.  To AMARC Feb 18, 2015.
				00157 (MSN 48408) damaged May 1, 2002.  Assigned to 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment.
					To AMARC Jun 11, 2015 (www.amarcexperience.com)
				00158 (MSN 48409) 
				00159 (MSN 48410) (OH-58D(R), N Troop 4-3rd ACR) w/o Oct 12, 1999
				00160 (MSN 48411) named "Silent Stalker" in Sep 1997
				00161 (MSN 48412) to AMARC Jul 15, 2015
				00162 (MSN 48413)
				00163 (MSN 48414) (N Troop/4-3rd ACR) crashed near Al Asad, Iraq on night of May 6, 2003.  
					One crew member injured.  Helo took off from forward arming and refuelling
					point and entered its own dust cloud, pilot lost all visual references,
					and landed.  Examination showed no visible damage, took off again.  Same
					thing happened, but this time the helo landed hard, main rotor severed the
					tailboom and helo rolled onto its side.  Declared a writeoff.  AFM 1/2006	
				00164 (MSN 48415)
				00165 (MSN 48416) to AMARC Apr 22, 2015 (www.amarcexperience.com)
				00166 (MSN 48417) to AMARC May 14, 2015 (www.amarcexperience.com)
				00167 (MSN 48418) (P Troop 4-3rd ACR) w/o May 1, 2002
				00168 (MSN 48565)
				00169 (MSN 48566) (B Company 1-82nd AVN) damaged Sep 28, 1999
				00170 (MSN 48567) assigned to 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment. To AMARC May 8, 2015 
					(www.amarcexperience.com)
				00171 (MSN 48568) (A Company 1-82nd AVN) damaged Oct 13, 1999.  With
					(A Coy/1-25th AV) while attempting forced landing on dirt
					road in Iraq Jun 12, 2004, rolled over and caught fire
				00172 (MSN 48569) (1-25th Avn) collided with 97-0130 and crashed in SW Baghdad Oct 16, 2004.	
					Two crew in one copter were killed, 2 in the other wer injured and were
					rescued by AH-64D of 1-227th AVn which put one crewman in the helo's front
					seat and strapped the other plus AH-64 copilot to outside of helo.
				00173 (MSN 48570) assigned to 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment.  To AMARC Jun 25, 2015 (www.amarcexperience.com)
				00174 (MSN 48571) to AMARC May 22, 2014
				00175 (MSN 48572) was former 87-0753.  To AMARC May 17, 2015
				00176 (MSN 48573) was former 87-0760.  Assigned to 1-6th CAV.  To AMARC Jul 15, 2015
				00177 (MSN 48574) rebuilt from 86-8918.  Assigned to 2-17th CAV.  To AMARC Jul 23, 2015.
				00178 (MSN 48575, E Troop 1-1st CAV) w/o Dec 10, 2001.  AirBritain
					News has this aircraft returning to USA Mar/Apr 2005.
				00179 (MSN 48576) to AMARC Sep 2, 2015.
				00180 (MSN 48577)
				00181 (MSN 48578) to AMARC May 23, 2014
				00182 (MSN 48579) to AMARC Nov 20, 2014.
				00183 (MSN 48580) (D Troop 2/17th CAV) damaged Jun 26, 2001.  To AMARC Dec 11, 2014
				00184 (MSN 48581) (B Troop 2/17th CAV) damaged Jul 15, 2001 in Balkans.  Rotor speed
					dropped, resulting in loss of control.  Struck trees and came to rest
					on its left side.  Crew was uninjured.
				00185 (MSN 48582)
				00186 (MSN 48583)

94-00307/00314		Shorts/Bombardier C-23B Sherpa
				Civilian SD3-60s modified by Bombardier for Army National Guard units.
				00307 built as Short SD3-60 Variant 200, MSN SH.3682. First flight Nov 25, 1985. Test flown as G-14-3682. 
					Registered as G-BMER Sep 18, 1985, cancelled on export to USA Oct 30, 1985.  Registered as N373MQ to 
					Security Pacific Equipment Leasing Inc, San Francisco CA, 15Nov85. Leased to Simmons Airlines Dec 1985. 
					Leased to Executive Airlines Dec 1993.  Registered N373MQ to Shorts Aircraft Delivery Inc, Dec 9, 1997, 
					cancelled 7May 7, 1998.  Converted to C-23B+ Sherpa  by Bombardier's West Virginia Air Center in 
					Bridgeport, WV. New MSN SH.3421.  Delivered May 1998 to US Army National Guard. Assigned Indiana ArNG.
					WFU and stored at Henry Post AAF/Fort Sill, Oklahoma Jul 2013.  Registration N373MQ assigned Aug 5, 2014
					Registration N142Z assigned Sep 16, 2014.  
				00308 built as Short SD3-60 Variant 200, MSN SH.3683. First flight Nov 29, 1985. Test flown as G-14-3683. 
					Registered as G-BMES 18Sep 18, 1985, cancelled on export to USA Nov 22, 1985.  Registered as N374MQ to 
					Security Pacific Equipment Leasing Inc, San Francisco CA, Dec 4, 1985. Leased to Simmons Airlines 
					Dec 1985. Leased to Executive Airlines Jan 1995.  Registered N374MQ to Bombardier Services Corporation, 
					Dec 15, 1997, cancelled Jun 2, 1998.  Converted to C-23B+ Sherpa  by Bombardier's West Virginia Air 
					Center in Bridgeport, WV. New MSN SH.3422.  Delivered Jun 1998 to US Army National Guard.  Assigned to
					Rhode Island ArNG.  WFU and stored at Henry Post AAF/Fort Sill, Oklahoma Nov 2013.  To AMARC May 6, 2015.
				00309 built as Short SD3-60 Variant 200, MSN SH.3685. First flight Dec 13, 1985. Test flown as G-14-3685. 
					Registered as G-BMHV Nov 26, 1985, cancelled on export to USA Dec 2, 1985.  Registered as N376MQ to 
					Security Pacific Equipment Leasing Inc, San Francisco CA, Dec 9, 1985. Leased to Simmons Airlines 
					Dec85. Leased to Executive Airlines Jan 1995.  Registered N376MQ to Bombardier Services Corporation, 
					Jan 26, 1998, cancelled Jun 2, 1998.  Converted to C-23B+ Sherpa  by Bombardier's West Virginia Air 
					Center in Bridgeport, WV. New MSN SH.3423.  Delivered Jun98 to US Army National Guard
					WFU and stored at Henry Post AAF/Fort Sill, Oklahoma Nov 2013.
				00310 built as Short SD3-60 Variant 200, MSN SH.3666. Test flown as G-14-3666. Registered as G-BLUD Jan 24, 1985, 
					cancelled on export to USA Feb 11, 1985.  Registered as N191SB to Security Pacific Equipment Leasing 
					Inc, San Francisco CA, Feb 14, 1985. Leased to ASA Atlantic Southeast Airlines Aug 1985. Leased to 
					Simmons Airlines May 1989.  Registered C-GLAO to Labrador Airways May 23, 1995, cancelled on export 
					to USA May 29, 1997.  Registered N403SA to Pacific Coast Airlines Mar 26, 1997, cancelled May 29, 1997.
					Registered N403SA to Bombardier Services Corporation, Oct 10, 1997, cancelled Aug 25, 1998. Converted 
					to C-23B+ Sherpa  by Bombardier's West Virginia Air Center in Bridgeport, WV. New MSN SH.3424.
					Delivered Aug 1998 to US Army National Guard. Assigned to Washington ArNG.  WFU and stored at Henry 
					Post AAF/Fort Sill, Oklahoma Dec 2013.  To AMARC Dec 29, 2014.
				00311 built as Short SD3-60 Variant 200, MSN SH.3644. First flight 16Apr84. Test flown as G-14-3644. Registered 
					as G-BLGE Feb 24, 1984, cancelled on export to USA May 3, 1984.  Registered as N632KC to Security Pacific 
					Equipment Leasing Inc, San Francisco CA, May 10, 1984. Leased to Wright Airlines May84, returned to 
					Shorts Air Lease Sep 26, 1984. Leased to ASA Atlantic Southeast Airlines Nov84, returned to Shorts 
					Air Lease Jun 1988. Leased to BEX Business Express Dec 1988, returned to Shorts Air Lease Mar 1990. Leased 
					to Simmons Airlines Jun 1990, returned to Shorts Air Lease Nov 1992.  Registered C-GLAJ to Labrador 
					Airways Nov 9, 1994, cancelled on export to United Kingdom Jul 30, 1996. Registered G-BLGE to Gill 
					Aviation Limited Jul 31, 1996, cancelled on export to Canada Jul 11, 1997.  Registered C-GLAJ to Labrador 
					Airways Jul 11, 1997, cancelled on export to USA Sep 16, 1997. Registered N418SA to Bombardier Services 
					Corporation, Oct 10, 1997, cancelled Aug 25, 1998. Converted to C-23B+ Sherpa  by Bombardier's West 
					Virginia Air Center in Bridgeport, WV. New MSN SH.3425.  Delivered Aug 1998 to US Army National Guard
					WFU and stored at Henry Post AAF/Fort Sill, Oklahoma Nov 2013. To AMARC Sep 9, 2014.  Registered
					N145Z to US Forest Service Sep 29, 2014, current
				00312 built as Short SD3-60 Variant 200, MSN SH.3662. Test flown as G-14-3662. Registered as G-BLWA Feb 26, 1985, 
					cancelled on export to USA Mar 11, 1985.  Registered N362SA. Operated by Suburban Airlines, Liberty 
					Express and Allegheny Commuter Airlines.  Registered N362SA to Cypress Equipment Sep 11, 1997  Registered 
					to Bombardier Services Corporation, Jan 10, 1998, cancelled Aug 25, 1998. Converted to C-23B+ Sherpa  
					by Bombardier's West Virginia Air Center in Bridgeport, WV. New MSN SH.3426.  Delivered Aug 1998 to US 
					Army National Guard. Assigned Georgia ArNG.  WFU and stored at Henry Post AAF/Fort Sill, Oklahoma Nov 2013.
					To AMARC Oct 15, 2014
				00313 built as Short SD3-60 Variant 200, MSN SH.3663. First flight Jan 29, 1985. Test flown as G-14-3663. 
					Delivered Feb 2, 1985. Registered N360SE. Operated by Westair Commuter Airlines and Liberty Express.
					Registered N360SE to Bombardier Services Corporation, Jan 9, 1998, cancelled Oct 12, 2000. 
					Converted to C-23B+ Sherpa  by Bombardier's West Virginia Air Center in Bridgeport, WV. New MSN SH.3427.
					Delivered Oct 1998 to US Army National Guard.  WFU and stored at Henry Post AAF/Fort Sill, Oklahoma Nov 2013.
					To AMARC Oct 16, 2014.
				00314 built as Short SD3-60 Variant 200, MSN SH.3689. First flight Apr 16, 1984. Test flown as G-14-3689. 
					Registered as G-BMLD Feb 18, 1985, cancelled on export to Ireland Apr 16, 1986.  Registered EI-BSP, operated 
					by Aer Lingus Commuter. Sold to SAAB Aircraft Credit.  Registered G-UBAC to BAC Leasing Apr 8, 1993, 
					operated by Streamline Aviation. Cancelled on export to Sweden Oct 5, 1993.  Registered SE-KXU, operated 
					by Holmstrom Air.  Registered G-UBAC to BAC Leasing Aug 25, 1995, operated by BAC Express Airlines. 
					Cancelled on export to USA Jan 28, 1998.  Registered N6368X to Bombardier Services Corporation, 
					Feb 24, 1998, cancelled Oct 12, 2000. Converted to C-23B+ Sherpa  by Bombardier's West Virginia Air 
					Center in Bridgeport, WV. New MSN SH.3428.  Delivered Oct98 to US Army National Guard. Assigned Texas 
					ArNG, later assigned to Florida ArNG and Rhode Island ArNG.   WFU and stored at Henry Post AAF/Fort Sill, 
					Oklahoma Jun 2013.  Registration N6368X assigned Aug 5, 2014. To AMARC Aug 22, 2014.  Registration 
					N148Z assigned Sep 16, 2014.

94-0327			Sikorsky YRAH-66A Comanche
				MSN 66-001.  Retired from test flying Jan 30, 2002.  To Army Aviation
					Museum, Ft. Rucker, AL in 2004.
94-00328/00347		McDonnell Douglas AH-64A Apache
				MSN PV906/PV-925
				00330 rebuilt as AH-64D 11-05706
				00336 remanufactured to AH-64D 00-5173.
				00338/00347 (PV916/925) to United Arab Emirates as 070/079
				00333 (B Company 1-2nd AVN) crashed at Camp Casey, South Korea Jun 24, 1997.  
					Not repaired and downgraded to instructional airframe status.
				
94-07007			Cessna U-27A Caravan
				Model 208B MSN 2088-0406.  Registered N1114N to Atlantic Aero Nov 1, 1994.  Reregistered Feb 23, 2006.
				Registered N124Gl to US Army Aviatin and Missile Research, Development, and Engineering Center, Redstone
					Arsenal, Alabama Feb 23, 2006.  Cancelled Dec 3, 2014.

94-26533/26595		Sikorsky UH-60L Black Hawk
				26547/26562 to MH-60L
				26531 (A Coy, 4-101st Avn) collided with UH-60L 94-26548
					and crashed in Borsa district of Mosul, Iraw
					Nov 15, 2005.  One helo may have been struck by a RPG
					and while climing to escape further fire struck the
					other one.  Total of 17 occupants on both helos killed
					and 5 injured.  AFM 4/2007
				26536 (9-101st Avn) crashed after midair collison with UH-60L 93-26487 at Fort Campbell, Kenducky Jun 18, 1996.
					3 crew killed.
				26543 assigned to 4th Battalion, 3rd Aviatin Regiment.  Assigned to 1st Battalion, 212th Aviation Regiment.
				26548 (9-101st Avn) collided with UH-60L 93-26534
					and crashed in Borsa district of Mosul, Iraq
					Nov 15, 2005.  One helo may have been struck by a RPG
					and while climing to escape further fire struck the
					other one.  Total of 17 occupants on both helos killed
					and 5 injured.  AFM 4/2007.  May be in FY 93.
				26551 assigned to 5th Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment.
				26552/26590 MSN 702072/702110
				26562 (2-3rd AVN) crashed July 6, 1998.
				26560 (C Coy/4-101st AV) struck power line and crashed mear Skyline, AL whil
					on training flight from Fort Campbell, KY Sep 11, 2007.  All 3 onboard
					killed.
				26564 (A Company 2-227th AVN) crashed at Fort Irwin 1/16/2001 while carrying Humvee.  5 crew injured.
				26580 MSN 702100
				26583 MSN 702103
				26584 MSN 702104.  Assigned to A Company 2-25th AVN.  Crashed Aug 16, 2012.
				26585 MSN 702105
				26587 MSN 702107
				26590 MSN 702110
				


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