Recent Updates to List of USAF Serial Numbers



Last revised February 3, 2018


68-16687/16986	Bell OH-58A Kiowa 
	16808 (msn 40122, contract DAAJ01-68-C-1699, accepted 1-70) Wilmington Police Dept, NC. Stripped hulk for sale by GSA 
		Auctions at Wilmington, NC, Jan 11 2018, as 91QSCI-18-069 lot 501.

71-20340/20865	Bell OH-58A Kiowa 
	20820 (msn 41681, contract DAAJ01-68-C-1699, accepted 9-72) ‘49’ Martin County Sheriff’s Office, FL. Stripped hulk for 
		sale by GSA Auctions at Sarasota, FL, Jan 10 2018, as 91QSCI-18-070 lot 501.

72-21061/21460	Bell OH-58A Kiowa 
	21366 (msn 42032, contract DAAJ01-68-C-1898(?), accepted 4-73) Kentucky State Police. Stripped hulk for sale by GSA 
		Auctions at Capital City Arpt, Frankfort, KY, Jan 11 2018, as 91QSCI-18-072 lot 501.

73-21861/21934	Bell OH-58A Kiowa 
	21902 (msn 42168, contract DAAJ01-73-C-0213, accepted 8-73) ‘_6’ Martin County Sheriff’s Office, FL. Stripped hulk for 
		sale by GSA Auctions at Sarasota, FL, Jan 10 2018, as 91QSCI-18-071 lot 501.

12-08099/08113	Boeing CH-47F Chinook 
	08107 noted as B/5-159thAvn at NAS Norfolk, VA, Nov 17 2017
78-0721         A-10A
Taken on strength ca. 1979, it was assigned to the 138th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 174th Tactical Fighter Wing, of the 
New York ANG, based at Griffis AFB. Sometime after July 1986 it was assigned to the 131st Fighter Squadron, 104th 
Fighter Wing of the Massachusetts ANG at Barnes ANGB. It was sent to AMARC in October 1993, where it stayed 
until September 2011 when it was sent to be an instructional airframe at Nellis AFB, NV.

79-0092         A-10A
Taken on strength in 1980, it was first assigned to the 81st Tactical Fighter Wing, RAF Bentwaters, UK until July 1982 
when it was assigned to the 303rd Fighter Squadron, 442nd Tactical Fighter Group, Richard Gebaur AFB, MO. 
When Richard Gebaur AFB closed in 1994, the unit transferred to Whitman AFB, MO. From April to the end of July 2002, 
the plane deployed to Bagram AB in Afghanistan, flying combat missions as part of the 706th Expeditionary Fighter 
Squadron, 455th Air Expeditionary Wing. It was converted to A-10C ca 2005. It stayed with the 303rd until 2010 
when the plane was assigned to the 25th Fighter Squadron, 51st Fighter Wing, Osan AB, Korea, where it remained as late as 2017.

79-0105         A-10A
Taken on strength in 1980 and converted to A-10C ca 2005. It was originally assigned to the 47th Fighter Squadron at 
Barksdale AFB, LA, but by 2012 the squadron had moved to Davis Monthan AFB, AZ, where it is still active (2017).

79-0108         A-10A
Taken on strength in 1980, it was originally assigned to the Connecticut ANG. About 2006 it was re-assigned to the 
Massachusetts ANG and then converted to A-10C. By 2010 it was assigned to its current (2017) unit, the 104th 
Fighter Squadron of the Maryland ANG.

79-0109         A-10A
Taken on strength in 1980, it was sent to AMARC in 2003, but they decided to activate it again, assigning it to 
the 303rd Fighter Squadron, 442nd Fighter Wing at Whiteman AFB. It also was upgraded to A-10C. It flew combat in 
Operation Enduring Freedom from late 2011 to April 2012. It is still (2017) assigned to the 303rd.

79-0113         A-10A
Taken on strength in 1980, it was assigned to the 303rd Fighter Squadron at Richards Gebaur AFB, MO, which 
moved to Whiteman AFB on 4/1/94. Ca 2006 it was converted to A-10C and in April 2008 was consigned to AMARC. 
Apparently the USAF decided the plane was necessary because within a year it was back operational with the 
303rd. By 2016 it was assigned to the 118th Fighter Squadron of the Connecticut ANG at Bradley Field.

79-0117         A-10A
Taken on strength ca.1980 and assigned to the 303rd Fighter Squadron at Richards Gebaur AFB, MO, which moved to 
Whiteman AFB on 4/1/94. It was converted to A-10C in 2007. From April to December 2014 this plane was deployed to 
Bagram AB, Afghanistan for combat.  It is still (2017) with the 303rd.

79-0121         A-10A
Taken on strength ca.1980 and assigned to the 303rd Fighter Squadron at Richards Gebaur AFB, MO, which moved to 
Whiteman AFB on 4/1/94. It was converted to A-10C in 2007. It is still (2017) with the 303rd.

79-0146         A-10A
Taken on strength ca.1980, it was assigned to the 47th Fighter Squadron at Barksdale AFB, LA, by 1990. 
In about 2006 it was converted to an A-10C. On 5/16/08 it was placed in storage at AMARC, but by 2009 it 
was back with the 47th FS. By August 2013 it was with the 355th Fighter Wing at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 
where it still operates today (2017).

79-0171         A-10A           79-0171
Taken on strength ca.1980, by 1989 was was assigned to the 57th Fighter Weapons Wing at Nellis AFB, NV. 
By 2004 it was with the 47th Fighter Squadron at Barksdale AFB, LA. It was converted to A-10C ca.2006, 
and by 2008 it was with its current (2017) unit, the 422nd Test and Evaluation Squadron at Nellis AFB.

79-0186         A-10A
Accepted by the USAF in January 1981, it was first assigned to the 76th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 23rd Tactical 
Fighter Wing, at England AFB, LA. By September 1986 it was with the 74th TFS of the 23rd TFW. From August 1990 
to March 1991 the plane was deployed to Saudi Arabia for combat in Operation Desert Storm. About June 1991 
the plane was transferred to the 21st Fighter Squadron of the 20th Fighter Wing at Shaw AFB, SC, and it 
was converted as an OA-10A. By May of 2000 it was back with the 74th Fighter Squadron of the 23rd Fighter 
Group, which was now at Pope AFB, NC. On 6/27/2000, the plane was sent to AMARC, but on 9/5/00 it was 
placed back in service with the 74th FS. By March 2002 to early 2003 the plane was deployed to Afghanistan 
for Operation Enduring Freedom. In October 2006 the squadron moved to Moody AFB, GA, and within the next 
couple years it was converted to A-10C. By September of 2008 it was with the 75th FS of the 23rd FG, still 
at Moody, and it deployed again to Afghanistan until August 2009. By 2015 it was with its current unit, 
the 66th Weapons Squadron, 57th Wing, at Nellis AFB, NV.

79-0192         A-10A
Taken on strength ca.1981, it was first assigned to the 74th Tactical Fighter Squadron of the 23rd Tactical 
Fighter Wing at England AFB, LA. It was then converted to OA-10A. Sometime between 1987 and 1993 the plane 
was transferred to the 25th Fighter Wing at Shaw AFB, SC. It was sent to AMARC on 2/1/2000, but 
reactivated 5 months later and returned to A-10A configuration. On 7/25/02 it was again sent to AMARC but 
was again later reactivated and by 2006 was again an OA-10A with the 74th Fighter Squadron, 23rd Fighter Group, 
at Moody AFB, GA where it remains today (2017). In 2008 it was converted to A-10C and then from September 
to December that same year it was deployed for combat in Afghanistan.

79-0209         A-10A
Taken on strength ca 1981, this plane was assigned to the 74th Tactical Fighter Squadron at England AFB, LA. 
It flew combat missions in Operation Desert Storm from August 1990 to February 1991. On 3/29/01 it was sent 
to AMARC, but reactivated two months later. It was again sent AMARC on 3/26/02, and one month later was 
back in service. In 2006 it was converted to A-10C and assigned to the 355th Fighter Wing at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 
where is it still active (2017).

79-0219         A-10A
Taken on strength ca.1981, it was assigned to the 81st Tactical Fighter Wing at RAF Benwaters, England. 
Around 1987 it was transferred to the 10th Tactical Fighter Wing at RAF Alconbury, England. By June 1995 
this plane was assigned to the 103rd Fighter Squadron of the Pennsylvania ANG at Willow Grove. Ca.2006 it 
was converted to A-10C, and about four years later it went to its current (2017) unit, the 163rd Fighter 
Squadron of the Indiana ANG at Ft. Wayne.

80-0140         A-10A
Taken on strength ca.1981, it was first assigned to the 75th Tactical Fighter Squadron at England AFB, LA. 
Sometime during the next 8 years it was converted as OA-10A, and by 1992 it was assigned to the 55th Fighter 
Squadron at Shaw AFB, SC. For some reason it was stored at Davis-Monthan AFB for the month of April 2001. 
Ca.2006 it was upgraded to A-10C and assigned to the 23rd Fighter Wing at Moody AFB, GA, where it remains (2017). 
It has been deployed for combat in Afghanistan at least once, and that was in 2013.

80-0171         A-10A
Taken on strength ca.1982, it was first assigned to the 91st Tactical Fighter Squadron at RAF Bentwaters, England. 
Ca.1995 it was assigned to the 70th Fighter Squadron at Moody AFB, GA. By 2004 the plane was with the 47th Fighter 
Squadron at Barksdale AFB, LA, which moved to Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ in 2014, and where it is still active (2017).

80-0172         A-10A
Taken on strength ca.1982, it was first assigned to the 81st Tactical Fighter Wing at RAF Bentwaters, England, 
and by May 1989 it was with the 511th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 10th Tactical Fighter Wing at RAF Alconbury, 
England. From 12/27/90 to 6/8/91 the plane deployed to Saudi Arabia for combat in Operation Desert Storm. 
It was later converted to OA-10A, and by 1993 it was assigned to the 55th Fighter Squadron at Shaw AFB, SC. 
In July 2000 it was sent to Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ for storage, and then reactivated that same September when 
it was assigned to the 75th Fighter Squadron of the 23rd Fighter Group at Pope AFB, NC. In 2002 it was 
deployed to Afghanistan for combat in Operation Enduring Freedom. In July 2007 the unit moved from Pope AFB 
to Moody AFB, GA, and in 2008 the plane was converted to A-10C. From September 2010 to April 2011 it was again 
deployed to Afghanistan for combat. Upon return to Moody it was assigned to the 74th Fighter Squadron of the 
23rd Group, with which it remains today (2017).

80-0191         A-10A
Taken on strength ca. 1982, it was first assigned to the 76th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 23rd Tactical Fighter Wing, 
at England AFB, LA. By 1994 it was with the 131st Fighter Squadron, 104th Fighter Group, of the Massachusetts ANG 
out of Barnes, MA. By 2008 it was with its current (2017) unit, the 190th Fighter Squadron, 124th Wing, of the Idaho ANG out of Boise.

80-0194         A-10A
Taken on strength ca.1982, the plane was assigned to the 81st Tactical Fighter Wing at RAF Bentwaters, England, 
and by May 1989 it was with the 511th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 10th Tactical Fighter Wing at RAF Alconbury, 
England. From December 1990 to May 1991 it was deployed to Saudi Arabia for combat in Operation Desert Storm. 
By 2004 it had been converted to OA-10A and was with the 23rd Fighter Group at Pope AFB, NC, which moved to 
Moody AFB, GA in 2006. About 2007 it was converted to A-10C. It is still active with the 23rd FG (2017).

80-0222         A-10A
Taken on strength ca. 1982, it was first assigned to the 18th Tactical Fighter Squadron of the Alaska ANG at 
Eielson AFB. It was later converted to OA-10A and by 1995 was assigned to the 172nd Fighter Squadron of the 
Michigan ANG at Battle Creek. In March 2002 it was sent to AMARC in Arizona, but by June that year it was back 
active with the 172nd FS. By 2006 it was with the 107th FS of the Michigan ANG at Selfridge ANG Base, 
where it still (2017) operates. It was converted to A-10C ca.2006.

80-0223         A-10A
Taken on strength ca.1982 as A-10A, the plane was first assigned to the 76th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 
23rd Tactical Fighter Wing, England AFB, LA. It was later converted to OA-10A. From August 1990 to March 1991 
the plane deployed to Saudi Arabia for combat in Operation Desert Storm. In 1992 the plane was in the 75th FS 
of the same unit, but the unit changed to 23rd Fighter Group, 23rd Wing and moved to Pope AFB, NC. In 2007 
the unit moved to Moody AFB, GA where this plane still operates as of 2017. About 2007 it was converted to 
A-10C and spent time in combat in Afghanistan during the 2008-2104 deployment for Operation Enduring Freedom.

80-0242         A-10A
Taken on strength ca.1982, the plane was assigned to the 51st Tactical Fighter Wing at Sunan Air Base, 
South Korea. From 1/4/2000 to 2/25/2000, the plane was in storage at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. When it came 
out of storage it was assigned to the 422nd Test and Evaluation Squadron at Nellis AFB, where it is still 
assigned (2017). It was upgraded to A-10C ca.2006.

80-0246         A-10A
Taken on strength ca.1982, the plane was first assigned to the 25th Fighter Squadron at Sunon Air Base, Korea. 
About 8 years later it was transferred to the 74th Tactical Fighter Squadron at England AFB, LA, and deployed 
with them from August 1990 to March 1991 to Saudi Arabia for combat in Operation Desert Storm. 
In 1991 the plane was converted for Forward Air Control duties as OA-10A and about January 1993 was assigned 
to the 354th Fighter Squadron at McChord AFB, WA. In December 1994 the squadron moved to Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. 
In 1996 this plane was reassigned to the 357th FS, also at Davis-Monthan. Ca.2006 it was converted to A-10C, 
and three years later reassigned to the 354th FS in time to be deployed to Afghanistan for four months for 
combat in Operation Enduring Freedom. Sometime after returning to Davis-Monthan, the plane was again 
assigned to the 357th FS, and was with that squadron when it was sent to AMARC in May 2013.

81-0964         A-10A
Taken on strength in 1982, the plane was first assigned to the 81st Tactical Fighter Wing at RAF Woodbridge, 
England. By 1990 it was with the 511th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 10th TFW at RAF Alconbury. While with the 
511th, the plane deployed to Saudi Arabia from December 1990 to June 1991 and flew combat in Operation Desert Storm. 
It was one of only 2 A-10s to make an air-to-air kill, shooting down an Mi-8 helicopter. Later in 1991 the plane 
returned stateside, was converted to OA-10A Forward Air Control and assigned to the 21st Fighter Squadron at 
Shaw AFB, SC. In 1994 it was assigned to the 55th FS also at Shaw. In 1996 the plane was reassigned to the 
74th FS of the 23rd Fighter Group at Pope AFB, NC. In March 2004 the plane was sent to AMARC, but two years 
later it was reactivated with the 74th FS, now at Moody AFB, GA, and upgraded to A-10C. It has deployed 
overseas for Operation Enduring Freedom form January to April 2009, and again in 2015. Still stationed at Moody as of 2017.

81-0981         A-10A
Delivered to the USAF in January 1983, it was originally assigned to the 81st Tactical Fighter Wing at RAF Bentwaters, 
England. About 4 years later it transferred to the 511th Tactical Fighter Squadron at RAF Alconbury, England. 
During the summer of 1992 the plane was transferred to the 103rd TFS with the Pennsylvania ANG at Willow Grove, 
and converted to OA-10A. Ca.2006 it was upgraded to A-10C, and from May to August 2008 it was deployed to Afghanistan 
for combat. In October 2009 the plane was transferred to the 81st Fighter Squadron at Spangdahlem Air Base in Germany. 
Back to the USA in February 2013, it was assigned to its current (2017) unit, the 74th Fighter Squadron at Moody AFB, GA. 
However, before they could even change the squadron insignia on the plane, in April 2013 it was again deployed 
for combat in Afghanistan - leading some observers to record that it was still with the 81st!

81-0994         A-10A
Taken on strength in 1983, it was assigned to the 172nd Fighter Squadron of the Michigan ANG based at Battle Creek. 
It was later converted to OA-10A Forward Air Control version. In 2007 it was upgraded to A-10C and then from 
September to December that year it was deployed to Iraq for combat. By February 2010 the plane was transferred 
to the 107 FS at Selfridge AFB. By February 2012 it deployed for a while to Afghanistan for combat. It is still based at Selfridge as of 2017.

82-0648         A-10A
Taken on strength ca. 1983, it was originally assigned to the 3246th Test Wing at Eglin AFB, FL. In May 1990 it was 
transferred to the 23rd Tactical Fighter Wing at England AFB, LA until January 1992 when it was assigned to the 355th 
Wing at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. During this time it served with two different squadrons. After spending from 1/23/02 
to 3/13/02 in storage at AMARC, the plane was assigned to the third squadron of the 355th, the 354th Fighter Squadron, 
where it still resides today (2017). In 2007 it was upgraded to A-10C and then deployed to Afghanistan for a few months. 
In 2013 it was again deployed to Afghanistan.

82-0653         A-10C           82-0653                         2016            DVN
Taken on strength ca.1983 as A-10A, it was assigned to the 76th Tactical Fighter Squadron at England AFB, LA. From 
August 1990 to March 1993 it was deployed to Saudi Arabia for combat in Operation Desert Storm. Within a few years 
after its return, it was converted to OA-10A Forward Air Control configuration, and assigned to its current (2017) unit, 
the 303rd Fighter Squadron at Whiteman AFB, MO. In 2007 it was upgraded to A-10C. In 2014 it spent a few months 
deployed to Afghanistan for combat in Operation Enduring Freedom.

62-5951         YA-37A
This plane was originally built ca.1962 as a T-37B “Tweet” trainer. It was then modified to serve as a prototype 
for the T-37C, with provision for light armament on underwing pylons and optional 65 gallons wingtip tanks.  Since 
it already had such upgrades, in 1963 it was converted to YAT-37D, one of two aircraft to be so modified as prototypes 
for a counter-insurgency attack aircraft. While the standard T-37B was equipped with two 1025 lbst engines, 
the YAT-37Ds were given engines of 2400 lbst and six underwing pylons as well as the wing-tip fuel tanks. After a 
testing program, in December 1964 the plane was flown to the Air Force Museum. The program was originally 
terminated in December 1964, but due to losses of A-1s in Vietnam, the program was reactivated in August 1966 
and this plane was brought back into service from the Museum. It was then redesignated YA-37A as the prototype 
for the A-37A, and was later brought up to A-37A production standards. This plane was flown back to the USAF Museum in July 1970.

68-7973         A-37B
This aircraft was taken on strength in 1968 and served in combat in Vietnam. I could find no information as to unit 
assignments prior to 1979 when it was assigned as an OA-37B Forward Air Control version to the 176th Tactical Air 
Support Squadron of the Wisconsin ANG out of Truax Field. In 1981 it was transferred to the 169th Tactical Fighter 
Squadron of the Illinois ANG at Peoria. In 1985 the plane was transferred to the El Salvador Air Force (FAS428) 
where it remained active at least until 2013. In January that year it suffered an engine failure and landed gear-up on a beach.

69-6371         A-37B
It was taken on strength ca.1969 and most likely served in Vietnam. It was converted to OA-37B by 1980, and was with the 
169th Tactical Fighter Squadron at Peoria, IL.

69-6387         A-37B
Taken on strength ca.1969 and most likely served in combat in Vietnam. Converted to OA-37B ca 1978, and assigned to the
169th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 182nd Tactical Air Support Group, Illinois ANG, Peoria, IL. It was transferred to the 
Colombian Air Force (AF 2187) in 1983 and was still stored with them as of 2015.

69-6428         A-37B
Taken on strength ca.1969 and most likely served in combat in Vietnam. After returning to the USA it was converted to 
OA-37B Forward Air Control plane and assigned to the 138th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 174th Tactical Fighter Group, 
New York ANG, Hancock Field, Syracuse, NY. In 1979 it was transferred to the 169th Tactical Air Support Squadron, 
182nd Tactical Air Support Group, Illinois ANG, Peoria, IL, where it served out its life until being displayed on a 
pole at the Peoria ANG Base.

70-1293         A-37B
Delivered to the Air Force on 5/10/71, it was immediately assigned to the 172nd Tactical Air Support Squadron of the 
Michigan ANG at Battle Creek. In 1980 it was converted as an OA-37B Forward Air Control plane. It was withdrawn from 
use in March 1991 and put on display at the Battle Creek ANG Base. In 1996 it was given to the Air Commando park at 
Hurlburt and marked as an A-37B in the Vietnam War.

71-1410         A-37B
Taken on strength ca.1971, the plane may have seen service in Vietnam. The earliest record I can find of it is 
with the 23rd Tactical Air Support Squadron at Bergstrom AFB, TX, in the early 1980s after it was converted to 
OA-37B Forward Air Control version. By 1988 it was the 169th TASS at Peoria, IL. The record is blank again 
(probably spent time in storage at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ) until 1997 when it was taken on strength by the 
Ecuadoran Air Force (FAE-368). They withdrew it from service in February 2011 and by October 2014 it was 
reported to be displayed with the Instituto Tecnologico Superior Aeronautico, Latacunga, Ecuador.

73-1059         A-37B
Taken on strength ca.1974, it was first assigned to the 46th Tactical Fighter Squadron (AFRES) at Grissom AFB, IN. 
In 1978 it was transferred to the 706th TFS (AFRES) at New Orleans, LA. It was then converted to OA-37B for 
Forward Air Control duties and ca.1982 assigned to the 172nd Tactical Air Support Squadron of the Michigan ANG 
at Battle Creek. In June 1988 it was sent to AMARC, but didn’t stay there too long before it was sent back 
to the 172nd TASS until retirement in 1991. The 172nd was the last Air Force or Air National Guard unit to fly the Dragonfly.

73-1064         A-37B
Taken on strength ca.1974, it was converted ca. 1980 to OA-37B Forward Air Control version. By 1985 it was with 
the 169th Tactical Fighter Squadron of the Illinois ANG at Peoria, IL. In June 1992 it was taken on strength by 
the Air Force of Chile (as J-637), and operated with them until withdrawn from use in 2009! Last known information 
it was still stored with the Chilean AF.

73-1078         A-10B
Taken on strength ca.1974, it was converted to OA-37B Forward Air Control version ca.1980. The plane was originally 
assigned to the 169th Tactical Air Support Squadron of the Illinois ANG at Peoria and operated with them until 
retirement to AMARC in April 1992. In June 1992 it was purchased by the Chilean Air Force (as J-638), who operated 
it until 2009 when it was withdrawn from use and placed into storage.

73-1091         A-37B
Taken on strength ca.1974, it was converted to OA-37B Forward Air Control version ca.1980. It spent its entire 
life with the 169th Tactical Air Support Squadron of the Illinois ANG at Peoria, and was withdrawn from use in 1992.

73-1093         A-37B
Taken on strength ca.1974, it was converted to OA-37B Forward Air Control version ca.1980. Apparently, It spent 
its entire life with the 169th Tactical Air Support Squadron of the Illinois ANG at Peoria, and was withdrawn from use in 1992.

73-1098         A-37B
Taken on strength ca.1974, it was converted to OA-37B Forward Air Control version ca.1980. It was assigned to the 
169th Tactical Air Support Squadron, 182nd Tactical Air Support Group, Illinois ANG, Peoria, IL for its career. 
In April 1992 it was sent to AMARC, and two years later it was sold to Peru, who used it as a ground instruction trainer.


 41-25652 Stearman PT-17 MSN 75-3159. To Uruguay as CX-AKC and 
still active in September 2016. 
42-23936 C-47A-35-DL MSN 9798. Still registered as G-DAKK and on 
December 7, 2017 the Oorlogsmuseum at 
Overloon, Netherlands took delivery of this aircraft. 
42-44709 AT-6D-NT Texan MSN 88-15143. To N190FS in January 2000 
and noted with The Heritage Flight Museum at Burlington, Washington in September 2017. 
44-77128 C-47B-30-DK MSN 16712/33460. As A65-114 transferred to 
ARDU (Aircraft Research and Development 
Unit) at RAAF Base Edinburgh, South 
Australia on March 17, 1961, not Jun45 
as shown.. 
44-76774 C-47B-30-DK MSN 16358/33106. Transferred to ARDU 
(Aircraft Research and Development Unit) at 
RAAF Base Edinburgh, South Australia on 
March 28, 1983. 
51-15615 L-18C Super Cub MSN 18-1615. Still active as G-AYPO in 
November 2017. 
52-8688 CH-21B Workhorse MSN B.50. Noted in October 2017 on display at 
Chico Air Museum, Chico, California. 
58-0700 T-33A-5-LO MSN 580-1669. In June 1973 to N88812 with 
Academy of Aerospace Technology at 
Clearwater, Florida. 
62-4464 CT-39A Sabreliner MSN 276-17. Stioll in use in October 2017 as 
Instructional airframe with Utah State University, Logan, Utah. 
69-16292 OH-58A Kiowa MSN 40513. On February 20, 1996 to N177MP 
and on July 20, 2017 to N425JC with Jackson 
County Sheriffs Department, Marianna, Florida. 
63-7454 F-4C-17-MC Phantom MSN 427. Active in 1984 with 199th Tactical 
Fighter Squadron Hawaii ANG and named 
Ua’u. 
63-7505 F-4C-18-MC Phantom MSN 513. Active in 1984 with 199th Tactical 
Fighter Squadron Hawaii ANG and named 
Moli. 
63-7511 F-4C-18-MC Phantom MSN 523. Active in 1984 with 199th Tactical 
Fighter Squadron Hawaii ANG and named 
Hunakai. 
64-13609 UH-1H Iroquois MSN 4316. To N8158Q with State of North 
Carolina on May 1, 1989. 
65-9571 UH-1H Iroquois MSN 4615. As GUH-1H noted in September 
2017 on display at the gate of Felker AAF, Fort 
Eustis, Virginia. 
65-12924 OH-6A Cayuse MSN 0009. Noted in September 2017 with 
Burlngton Technical Center, Burlington, 
Vermont. 
66-16734 UH-1H Iroquois MSN 8928. To N412PA with Bell Asset Management 
Inc of Higley, Arizona on April 27, 2010 and cancelled 
on October 31, 2017. 
68-16902 OH-58C Kiowa MSN 40216. To N135NR with Minnesota 
Department Of Natural Resources, Brainerd on 
June 24, 1997. 
70-15354 OH-58A+ Kiowa MSN 40905. Withdrawn from 1-223rd Aviation 
Regiment at Fort Rucker, Alabama and on 
October 13, 2017 to N264SC with St. Clair 
County Sheriff's Department, Pell City, 
Alabama. 
70-15822 UH-1H Iroquois MSN 12432. As HU.10-19 with Spanish Army – 
Fuerzas Aeromóviles del Ejército de Tierra 
(FAMET). In September 2017 moved to 
campus of the Universidad Rey Juan Carlo, 
Fuenlabrada. 
71-20614 OH-58A Kiowa MSN 41475. To N180SC with St. Clair County 
Sheriff's Department, Pell City, Alabama on 
October 13, 2017. 
72-21268 OH-58A Kiowa MSN 41934. To N830VP with Pulaski County 
Sheriff's Office, Somerset, Kentucky on October 24, 2017. 
73-21856 UH-1H Iroquois MSN 13544. Noted in October 2017 with Arista 
Helicopters, Enterprise, Alabama being restored for flight. 
73-21900 OH-58A Kiowa MSN 42166. To N830WK with Pulaski County 
Sheriff's Office, Somerset, Kentucky on October 24, 2017. 
73-21930 OH-58A Kiowa MSN 42196. To N930PD with Cullman Police 
Department, Cullman, Alabama on October 12, 2017. 
77-22766 AH-1E Cobra MSN 22104. On display at Hunter Army Air 
Field, Georgia. 
80-0260 A-10A Thunderbolt II MSN A10-0610. In 1984 with 343rd TFW at 
Eielson AFB, Alaska. Transferred to 172nd 
Fighter Squadron Michigan ANG and written 
off on July 24, 1991 
81-23584 UH-60A Black Hawk MSN 70305. Active in August 2014 with 
1-183rd Aviation Battalion Idaho Army 
National Guard. 
83-24148 C-12D Huron MSN BP-037. To N199NY with New York 
State Police at Albany on September 24, 2010. 
On July 29, 2016 to N199VT with Burlngton 
Technical Center, Burlington, Vermont. 
87-0221 F-16C Block 30F Fighting Falcon MSN 5C-482. Active in October 2017 with 
100th Fighter Squadron Alabama ANG. 
87-0232 F-16C Block 30F Fighting Falcon MSN 5C-493. Named “City of Mobile” in 
April 2004 with 100th Fighter Squadron 
Alabama ANG and still active 
in October 2017. 
88-1301 C-130H Hercules MSN 382-5162. Active as AC-10W Stinger with 
27th Special Operations Wing in December 2017. 
88-1305 C-130H Hercules MSN 382-5166. Active as AC-10W Stinger with 
27th Special Operations Wing in December 
2017. 
94-0066 C-17A Lot VI Globemaster III MSN 50026/F025/P22. Active in February 
2012 with 62nd AW at McChord AFB, 
Washington. 
96-7324 C-130H Hercules MSN 382-5433. Active in November 2017 with 
130th Airlift Squadron West Virginia ANG. 
09-05670 AH-64D Longbow Apache MSN PVD670. Active in November 2014 with 
1st Battalion, 183rd Aviation Regiment Idaho 
ArNG 
11-5736 C-130J-30 Hercules MSN 382-5736. Assigned to 37th Airlift 
Squadron at Ramstein Air Base on October 4, 
2017. 
14-5105 F-35A Lightning II MSN AF-106. To 34th FS, 388th FW, Hill AFB 
in January 2017. 
14-01014 AH-64E Apache Guardian MSN MM014. With 227th Aviation Regiment, 
1 Air Cav at Fort Hood, Texas. 

36-2			PT-13 (MSN 75-0001) was registered N53226, N522BV, then N75001, then N42682.

40-1651		PT-13B (MSN 75-208) is registered N58618.

40-1652		PT-13B (MSN 75-209) is registered N52772.

40-1658		PT-13B (MSN 75-215) is registered N56419.

41-7897		PT-17 (MSN 75-1456) is registered N555.

41-7909		PT-17 (MSN 75-1468) is registered N53085.

41-8148		PT-17 (MSN 75-1707) is registered N52551.

41-8202		PT-17 (MSN 75-1761) is registered N49973.

41-8271		PT-17 (MSN 75-1830) is registered N680HW.

41-8484		PT-17  (MSN 75-2043) was registered N56765, cancelled 8/6/62; now registered C-FOMH.

41-8621		PT-17 was registered N60429, then CF-AIU.

41-8915		PT-17 (MSN 75-2474) is registered N95X

41-25337		PT-17 (MSN 75-2872) was registered N53412, then N73695, back to N53412, which was cancelled 10/27/14

41-25531		PT-17 (MSN 75-3038) is registered N55481.

42-15591		PT-27 (MSN 75-3780) is registered N77AA.

42-16341		PT-17 (MSN 75-4504) is registered N49647.

42-16641		PT-17 (MSN 75-4804) was N49960, then CF-IEC, and now N21EC

42-17583		PT-13D (MSN 75-5746) was registered N416PL, canceled 3 Dec 2014.

42-17677		PT-13D (MSN 75-5840) is registered N3718C.
References


1. Vesto Haas
2. Glenn Chatfield.
3. Glenn Chatfield with information from Peter