96-0001/0008 McDonnell Douglas C-17A Lot VIII Globemaster III MSN 50037/50044, line number F36/F43) 0001 8/29/97: TOS USAF. By 9/97 to after 10/05: 17th Airlift Squadron, 437th Airlift Wing, Charleston AFB, SC. By 4/07 to after 11/09: 58th Airlift Squadron, 97th Air Mobility Wing, Altus AFB, OK. By 6/12 to after 6/16: 10th Airlift Squadron, 62nd Airlift Wing, McChord AFB, WA 6/18: 78th Airlift Squadron, 911th Airlift Wing (AFRC), Pittsburg Air Reserve Station, PA. 0002 is named "Spirit of the Air Force". With 437th AW damaged as a result of a wheels-up landing at Bagram airfield, Afghanistan Jan 30, 2009. Cause was crew forgetting to lower the undercarriage, compounded with long crew hours, ground promimity warning alarm having been inadvertently turned off, and tower not noticing that the aircraft did not have its gear extended. Ferried from Bagram AB, to Boeing's Long Beach plant for extensive repairs. and operational again 0003 (MSN 50039)In June 2001 based at Charleston AFB, South Carolina with 437th Airlift Wing. In January 2009 based at McChord AFB, Washington with 62nd Airlift Wing and still there in October 2019. 0005 1/23/98: TOS USAF. 1/31/98: 17th Airlift Squadron, 437th Airlift Wing, Charleston AFB, SC. 10/12: 137th Airlift Squadron, 105th Airlift Wing (ANG) Stewart ANG Base, Newburgh, NY. Is named "Spirit of John Levitow". 0006 is "Spirit of Berlin". Landing gear broke at Vestmannayejar, Iceland Sep 10, 1998 while delivering "Keiko" the whale. Repaired. 0007 is "Spirit of America's Veterans" 0008 is "Spirit of the Total Force" 96-0042/0043 Northrop Grumman E-8C JSTARS MSN P-9 and P-10. Boeing 707 airframes modified by Northrop Grumman as JSTARS aircraft 0042 (P-9) was 707-347C (CC-137) MSN 20319 delivered in 1970 to Canadian Armed Forces as 13705. 28th ACCS Active mar05 jun14 GA ANG. Suffered considerable damage from debris while hangared at Northrop Grumman facility, Lake Charles, LA Sep 24, 2005 when hangar doors were blown in by Hurricane Rita. AFM 12/2005 0043 (P-10) was 707-347C (CC-137) MSN 20316 delivered in 1970 to Canadian Armed Forces as 13702, then HR-AMF, EL-AKT. Damaged in flight with 92rd ACW Aug 29, 2001 when waveguide melted due to hydraulic system failure. Landed safely but heavily damaged. 128th ACCS Active jun04 may16 GA ANG 96-0080/0085 Lockheed Martin F-16C/D Block 50 Fighting Falcon MSN CC-202/207 0081 (MSN CC-203) Active in January 2009 as F-16CJ with 23rd Fighter Squadron/52nd Fighter Wing at Spangdahlem, Germany and in April 2019 as F-16CM with 179th Fighter Squadron Minnesota ANG at Duluth ANG Base.. 0082 (MSN CC-204) Active in January 2009 as F-16CJ with 23rd Fighter Squadron/52nd Fighter Wing at Spangdahlem, Germany and as F-16CM in April 2019 with 179th Fighter Squadron Minnesota ANG at Duluth ANG Base. 0085 (F-16C) was first aircraft to go through the first stage of CCIP, indended to give a common cockpit layout throughout the entire USAF fleet. With 55th FS/20th FW, collided in midair with Cessna 150M N3601V near Moncks Corner, 30 nm NNE of Charleston, SC Jul 7, 2015. Pilot of F-16 ejected safely, but the two occupants of the Cessna were killed. The F-16 was enroute to Charleston, S.C. when air traffic control advised the F-16 pilot that the Cessna was approaching. In an effort to deconflict airspace, the controller directed the F-16 pilot to a 180 degree left turn. Based on radar information and a data-based animation, the F-16 pilot had an obstructed view and insufficient time to avoid the collision. At the time, the Cessna pilot was ascending into the path of the F-16. The Board President concluded that the causes of the mishap were the controller’s direction to the F-16 pilot to turn left, and both pilots’ inability to “see and avoid” each other. 96-0086/0106 Lockheed Martin F-16C Block 40 Fighting Falcon MSN BC-70/BC-90. To Egypt as 9711/9731, Peace Vector V 0091 (BC-75, 9716) reportedly w/o in off-airfield landing attempt Jul 13, 2004. 96-0107/0111 Cessna UC-35A Military version of Citation V Ultra (Model 560). 0107 (MSN 560-0404) was N5210M 0108 (MSN 560-0410) registered N5211A Aug 1997 0109 (MSN 560-0415) was N52457 0110 (MSN 560-0420) was N51942. 0111 (MSN 560-0426) 96-0112 Beech C-12J Huron MSN UE-256. Ex civilian aircraft N10931. Registered N10931 to US Army Aviation and Troop Command Jan 16, 1998, expired Feb 1, 2001, cancelled Dec 16, 2014 96-0200/0205 McDonnell Douglas F-15E-58-MC Strike Eagle 0200 MSN 1327/E210. 422nd TES Nellis AFb Active 22jun99 jun20 0201 MSN 1331/E211 0202 MSN 1335/E212 0203 MSN 1339/E213 (492 FS, 48 FW) skidded off runway on landing at RAF Lakenheath, UK Sept 12, 2000 and broke in half. Fault was due to improper extension of right main gear which caused tire to stay perpendicular to flight path. Crew of 2 injured but survived without ejecting. Wreckage moved to Robins AFB, GA Aug 9, 2001. The aircraft was repaired and is now at Sheppard AFB being used for ammunition load training. Seen at Williams Gateway Airport, Mesa,AZ in fully restored configuration, but without its engines. 0204 MSN 1341/E214 494th FS, 48th FW at RAF Lakenheath, UK 0205 MSN 1343/E215 96-1003/1008 Lockheed C-130H Hercules 1003 (MSN 382-5423) reserialed from 95-1003 1004 (MSN 382-5424) was N4249Y 1005 (MSN 382-5425) was N78235. With 109th Airlift Sqdn, 133rd Airlift Wing, MN ANG landing gear collapsed on landing at Minneapolis-St Paul IAP Apr 29, 2004. Crew of 4 uninjured. 1006 (MSN 382-5426) 1007 (MSN 382-5427) Active in July 2018 with 109th Airlift Squadron/133rd Airlift Wing Minnesota Air National Guard. 1008 (MSN 382-5428) 96-3011 Raytheon T-6A Texan II 96-3012/3014 Raytheon T-6A Texan II MSN PT-16/18. 3013 (PT-17) noted 15/6/03 at the Paris Salon d'Aeronautique, Paris/le Bourget, also wearing civil registration N2862B. VN’ 71stFTW noted at Will Rogers Arpt, OK, Aug 17 2017. 96-3022/3030 General Atomics RQ-1K/L Predator MSN P-014/028 ?? 3022 MSN P-022. Damaged during System 6 flight test at Indian Springs AFAF, Nevada May 4, 1999. Crashed Jan 25, 2002 during landing attempt in gusty wind. 3023 crashed 9/14/2000 following loss of data link from ground station. 3024 (RQ-1K, 57th Wing) crashed in southern Afghanistan in bad weather Sep 17, 2002. Pilot mistakenly flew the plane into a cloud and lost communication. 3025 (RQ-1L, 57th Wing) shot down over Iraq Aug 27, 2001. 3028 (RQ-1L, 11th RS) crashed in Bosnia Mar 30, 2001. 3029 (MSN P-029, 57th Wing/15th ERS) w/o Jan 1, 2003 in Pakistan. 3030 (RQ-1L, MSN P-030) on loan to US Navy 96-5025/5028 Lockheed Martin F-16CJ Block 52 Fighting Falcon MSN DA-9/DA-12. To Singapore (lease) under Peace Carvin III. Believed being used in USA for training. 5025 (DA-9) Singapore AF serial is 615 5026 (DA-10) Singapore AF serial is 612 5027 (56th FW, 425th FS) crashed on Barry Goldwater Range May 29, 2002. Pilot ejected safely. 5028 (56th FW/426th FS on behalf of Singapore AF) crashed south of Barry M. Goldwater Range, AZ May 19, 2004 during night training flight. Pilot killed. Cause determined to be pilot error (either G-LOC or spatial disorentation) 96-5029/5036 Lockheed Martin F-16DJ Block 52 Fighting Falcon MSN DB-11/DB-18. To Singapore (lease under Peace Carvin III. Believed being used in USA for training 5029 (DB-11) Singapore AF serial is 694 5030 noted at Paya Lebar Airshow, Singapore Sep 6-7, 2003 in full Singapore AF livery with serial 695. 5031 (DB-13) Singapore AF serial is 642. Noted Mar 2005 in USAF markings with 482nd FS at Cannon AFB, presumably for training of Singapore AF pilots. 5032 (F-16DJ MSN DB-14) Singapore AF serial is 692. 5033 (MSN DB-15) Singapore AF serial is 632. 5035 F-16DJ. A photograph 'Air Forces Monthly' magazine shows this painted in USAF marks and based at Luke AFB, AZ with 525th FS for training Singapore AF pilots 96-5081 Lockheed Martin F-16C Block 50 not sure this is real. 96-5300/5302 Lockheed Martin WC-130J Hercules MSN 5451/5453 5300 (MSN 382-5451) has civil registration of N4232B for testing. 5301 (MSN 382-5452) Active in April 2018 with 53rd WRS, 403rd Wing at Keesler AFB, Mississippi. Has civil registration of N4107P. 5302 (MSN 382-5453) has civil registration of N4161T. with 53rd WRS, 403rd WG at Keesler AFB, Mississippi. 96-6042/6046 Airtech CN-235 CN-235 is a medium-range twin-engined transport aircraft that was jointly developed by Construcciones Aeronáuticas SA of Spain and Indonesian manufacturer IPTN, as a regional airliner and military transport 6042 Used by top secret USAF 427th SOS Active jan10 mar19 6043 427th SOS Active jul09 jun16 N835CE?96-6043 CASA 235M-100 C176 66043 U.S. Air Force 1998 N835CE Worldwide Aviation Services wN248MD EADS CASA North America 6044 427th SOS Active sep11 sep19 fiscal year not sure, read as 66044 N506KM Airtech HC-144A Ocean Sentry (HC-235A) C186 Prescott Support Company 2009 Turbo Flite Aviation Missoula MT rg 10/1/09. MBD Ventures Inc. (Trustee) Charleston SC bought 1/16/14 rrg 2/14/14N460ES L-3 Communications Greenville TX bought 8/27/09 2309 Serial # reported as C174, but this con # allocated to USCG 2305. Confirmation welcomed. C186? United States Coast Guard CASA CN-235-300 CASA 6045 427th SOS Active nov11 nov11 fiscal year not sure, read as 66045 N383EC?N383EC Airtech CN-235 C177 2007 rg 03/12/09 Turbo Flite Aviation Llc Missoula MT 96-6045 U.S. Air Force N383EC Also assigned USAF serial Worldwide Aviation Services (U.S. Air Force) N528LD EADS CASA North America 6046 Used by USAF 427th SOS 96-6046 CN235 C-130 427th SOS Active sep06 mar19 fiscal year not sure, read as 66046 N825FA CASA 235-300 C130 1998 rg 08/19/04 Turbo Flite Aviation Llc Missoula MT N825FA rg 07/29/04 EADS CASA North America Inc. Washington DC 6T-AA Austrian Air Force EC-101 96-6047/6048 Cessna U-27A Model 208A Caravan for USAF. 6047 MSN 208B-0403. 427th SOS Active mar05 sep12 fiscal year not sure, read as 66047 N403VP96-6047 Cessna 208B Grand Caravan (UC-27B) 208B-0403 U.S. Air Force 1994 dd 3/05 N403VP rg 07/20/04 Worldwide Aviation Service Llc Helena MT N403VP rg 9/00 Cessna Aircraft Company N403VP dd 1/95 Mario R. Padillo 6048 MSN 208B-0449. 427th SOS Active apr05 mar19 fiscal year not sure, read as 66048 96-6048 Cessna 208B Grand Caravan (UC-27B) 208B-0449 U.S. Air Force 1995 dd 4/05 N208BB rg 7/20/04 Worldwide Aviation Service Llc Helena MT N208BB dd 8/98 Franklin Research Group 96-6049 Airtech CN-235 CN-235 is a medium-range twin-engined transport aircraft that was jointly developed by Construcciones Aeronáuticas SA of Spain and Indonesian manufacturer IPTN, as a regional airliner and military transport MSN 42. Used by USAF 427th SOS. Was N385RS 96-6049 CN235 C-042 427th SOS Active oct98 may18 fiscal year not sure, read as 66049 N385RS 96-6049 Airtech CN-235-100M QC C042 USAF 2001 N385RS Still on FAA register as N385RS TURBO FLITE AVIATION LLC 2002 CASA 96-7322/7325 Lockheed Martin C-130H Hercules 7322 (MSN 382-5431). Seen at Glasgow Prestwick May 4, 2011. In April 2017 transferred to 130th Airlift Squadron/130th Airlift Wing West Virginia Air National Guard. 7323 (MSN 382-5432) 7324 (MSN 382-5433) Active in November 2017 with 130th Airlift Squadron West Virginia ANG 7325 (MSN 382-5434) 96-8153/8154 Lockheed Martin C-130J Hercules 8153 (MSN 382-5454) converted to EC-130SJ 8154 (MSN 382-5455) was N4099R. Reported Aug 2004 with 193rd SOS and rumored to be shortly modified to EC-130J. Converted to EC-130SJ - Army Serials Start Here - 96-00009/00041 Bell OH-58D(R) Lot XIII Kiowa Warrior 00009 (MSN 48617) to AMARC Nov 12, 2014. 00010 (MSN 48618) to AMARC May 20, 2014. 00011 (MSN 48619) to AMARC Nov 20, 1014 00012 (MSN 48620) rebuilt from OH-58D 88-00303. Assigned to 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment. To AMARC (www.amarcexperience.com) 00013 rebuilt from 85-24724. (E Troop 1-17th CAV) w/o May 26, 1999 00014 (OH-58D(R), note extra digit) crashed in Bosnia May 26, 1999. 00015 (1-25th Avn) force landed Aug 8, 2004 north of Baghdad, Iraq after being hit by RPG. Crew unhurt, airframe removed by US troops. 00016 rebuilt from 85-24723. 00017 (OH-58D(R), note extra digit, E Troop 1/10th CAV) crashed Mar 17, 1998. W/o. 00018 With AFTD Det 1 Huntsville IAP in 2011 00019 rebuilt from 85-24730. 00020 (MSN 48628) rebuilt from 85-24731. To AMARC May 14, 2015 (www.amarcexperience.com) 00021 (MSN 48629) rebuilt from 88-00294. Assigned to 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment. To AMARC May 1, 2015. 00022 (MSN 48630) assigned to 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment. To AMARC (www.amarcexperience.com) 00023 rebuilt from 86-08939 00027 rebuilt from 86-08935. 00029 rebuilt from 87-00734. 00030 (MSN 48638) assigned to 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment. To AMARC (www.amarcexperience.com) 00033 (OH-58D(R), C Troop/3/4th Cav) crashed 2.5 mi N of Shindand Airfield, Afghanistan Dec 16, 2004. Crew escaped with minor injuries. 00036 (MSN 48644) rebuilt from 85-24733. (D Troop 1-10th CAV) damaged Dec 4, 2001. In 2012 was flying normally with A Trp 2-17 Cav, 101st CAB, Fort Campbell, KY. Assigned to 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment. To AMARC May 1, 2015. 00039 (MSN 48647) to AMARC Apr 15, 2015 00040 (D Troop/1-10th Cav) crashed in Iraq Nov 25, 2003 after tail rotor struck ground during firing mission. (AFM 11/2005) 00041 (MSN 48649) 96-00113/00128 Bell OH-58D(R) Kiowa Warrior MSN 43388/43403. All rebuilt from earlier OH-58A airframes 00113 (MSN 43388) rebuilt from 72-21440 00114 (MSN 43389) to AMARC Apr 20, 2015 00116 (MSN 43391) rebuilt from 70-15?40, Assigned to 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment. assigned to 4th Squadron, 6th Cavalry Regiment, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA. Assigned to 6th Squadro, 17th Cavalry Regiment Jun 2014. To AMARC Jun 18, 2015 (www.amarcexperience.com) 00117 (MSN 43392) assigned to 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment. To AMARC Jun 18, 2015 (www.amarcexperience.com) 00118 (MSN 43393) rebuilt from 72-21378. Assigned to 2nd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment. To AMARC May 1, 2015 (www.amarcexperience.com) 00119 (MSN 43394) to AMARC Feb 17, 2015 00120 (MSN 43395) rebuilt from 71-20511. Assigned to 2nd Squdron, 6th Cavalry Regiment. Assigned to 1st Squadron, 6th Cavalry Regiment. To AMARC Jul 23, 2015. 00120 (MSN 43396) to AMARC Jul 23, 2015 00121 (MSN 43397) to AMARC Jun 11, 2015 00122 (MSN 43397) assigned to 3rd Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment. To AMARC Jun 11, 2015 (www.amarcexperience.com) 00124 (MSN 43399 to AMARC Dec 11, 2014. 00125 (MSN 43400) assigned to 2nd Squadron 6th Cavalry Regiment. Assigned to 1st Squadron, 6th Cavalry Regiment. To AMARC Jul 23, 2015. 00127 (MSN 43402) to AMARC Nov 12, 2014 00128 (MSN 43403) to AMARC May 23, 2014 96-05001/05024 McDonnell Douglas AH-64D Longbow Apache Lot 1, MSN PVD001/PVD024. Remanufactured from earlier AH-64As. 05001 former AH-64A 85-25387 (PV208). Converted to Block 3. Registered N822BA to US Army at Redstone Arsenak, Alabama Jsan 30, 2015, current. 05002 former AH-64A 85-25394 (PV215) 05003 former AH-64A 85-25437 (PV258) 05004 former AH-64A 85025426 (PV247) 05005 former AH-64A 83-23821 (PV046) 05006 former AH-64A 83-23797 (PV022). W/o Jun 22, 1999 with B Company 1-227th AVN, Ft Bliss, TX. Must have been repaired since it was noted Mar 18, 2003 in acceptance hangar at AH-64D conversion facility, Mesa, AZ. Seen at air show in Davenport Jun 2009 05007 (MSN PVD007) former AH-64A 83-23787 (PV012) noted Apr 2007 at Illesheim named "Balls Seven" 05008 former AH-64A 83-23814 (PV039) 05009 former AH-64A 83-23805 (PV030) 05010 former AH-64A 83-23800 (PV025) 05011 former AH-64A 82-23364 (PV010) 05012 former AH-64A 83-23802 (PV027) 05013 former AH-64A 83-23810 (PV035) 05014 (MSN PVD014) former AH-64A 83-23803 (PV028). With C Company 1-227th AVN, suffered Class B damage at Ft Hood, Tx Aug 26, 2002, also damaged Sep 12, 1999. In April 2017 noted displayed at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama. 05015 former AH-64A 85-25361 (PV182) 05016 former AH-64A 85-25396 (PV217) 05017 former AH-64A 85-25436 (PV257) 05018 former AH-64A 85-25424 (PV245) 05019 former AH-64A 85-25439 (PV260). Suffered Class B damage with 1-227th AVN Ft Hood, TX Mar 4, 1999. Has been repaired, since noted in service Mar 8, 2005 with A Coy/1-14th Avn at Hanchey AHP, Fort Rucker, AL 05020 former AH-64A 84-24264 (PV124). 05021 former AH-64A 84-24264 (PV124). 05022 (MSN PVD022) former AH-64A 85-25399 (PV220). Noted Apr 2007 at Illesheim named "Black Mamba" 05023 former AH-64A 85-25389 (PV210) 05024 former AH-64A 83-23790 (PV015) 96-26664/26728 Sikorsky UH-60L Black Hawk 26667 MSN 702189 26668 MSN 702190 26669 MSN 702191 26670 MSN 702192 26672 MSN 702195 26673 to YCH-60 (prototype CH-60S). TO US Navy as 966673. SOC Dec 18, 2000. 26674 MSN 702198 26675 MSN 702199 26676 MSN 702200 26677 MSN 702202 26678 MSN 702203 26679 MSN 702211 26680 MSN 702206 26681 MSN 702208 26682 MSN 702209 26683 MSN 702210 26684 MSN 702219. Named "Penetrator" in 2002 when serving with 3rd Battalion 158th Aviation Regiment in Germany. 26685 MSN 702214 26686 MSN 702215 26687 MSN 702216 26688 MSN 702217 26689 MSN 702221 26690 MSN 702222 26691 MSN 702224 26692 MSN 702225 26695 (2-25th AVN) damaged in Afghanistan Sep 6, 2004. 26696 assigned to 25th Aviation Regiment, assigned to A Company, 78th Aviation Regiment 26699 (B Co/2nd Squadron-25th Aviation Regiment) crashed in Gurbuz district of Afghanistan Aug 12, 2004 due to mechanical failure (chocks lodged in the collective during maneuvering flight). One of 4 crew killed, 12 of 14 passengers injured. (AFM 11/2005). Was it repaired and assigned to A Company, 78th Aviatin Regiment? 26718 MSN 702384 26719 MSN 702306 26724 MSN 702204 26725 MSN 702205 26709 and 26710 (both 2-25th AVN) collided over Hawaii Feb 12, 2001 during training exercise in bad weather, both crashed. All 6 crew on the trailing helicopter killed. All 11 in the lead helicopter were injured 26713 (B Co/3-25) had hard landing in Iraq in 2007. Eventually scrapped. 26718 MSN 702384 26727 MSN 702213. Active in February 2020 with 1-230th Aviation Regiment Tennessee Army National Guard. 26728 MSN 702220 96-26729/26740 Sikorsky S-70A Black Hawk 26729/26730 to Egypt 26731/26737 to Colombia 26733 with Columbian army UH-60L, crashed Oct 19, 2000.