Recent Updates to List of USAF Serial Numbers



Last revised November 11, 2019


54-102		YF-105B
Ca.1957: TOS USAF.
By 5/58:  Armament Development and Test Center, Eglin AFB, FL
1958:  USAF Systems Command, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
1958: USAF Flight Test Center, Edwards AFB, CA.
10/59 to 1/60: Loaned to NASA, Edwards AFB, CA. Completed three flights. The YF-105B appeared at the base only briefly, so that NASA pilots could familiarize themselves with the characteristics of the aircraft.
Unknown date: Brookley AFB, Mobile, AL for display.
Unknown date: Brookley Conference Center, Mobile, AL.
By 10/90: Battleship Alabama Memorial Park, Mobile, AL.

54-104		F-105B	
4/24/58: First flight.
7/7/58: TOS USAF. Assigned to USAF Flight Test Center, Edwards AFB, CA.
Unknown date: Redesignated GF-105B.
Unknown date: Brookley AFB, AL for use as maintenance trainer.
Unknown date: Amarillo AFB, TX as GIA.
3/68: 3345th Maintenance Support Group (Air Training Command), Chanute AFB, IL
Ca.1975:  Displayed in Thunderbird Air Park, Chanute AFB, IL.
1993: Chanute Air Museum, Chanute AFB (formerly), Rantoul, IL.
2018: Scrapped.

57-5778		F-105B	
5/1/58: Factory roll out at Farmingdale, NY.
1/23/59: TOS USAF.
1/25/59: 335th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 4th Tactical Fighter Wing, Eglin AFB, FL. Assigned for testing.
6/16/59: Joined 335th TFS, 4th TFW at Seymour Johnson AFB, NC.
2/29/60: 336th TFS, 4th TFW, Seymour Johnson AFB, NC.
4/8/60: Republic Aviation, Farmingdale, NY for modification to "Project Optimize."
11/15/60: First test flight by Republic pilot after modification.
11/25/60: First test flight by USAF pilot (4th test flight).
12/22/60: Returned to 336th TFS, flown by USAF pilot to Seymour Johnson AFB, NC. (10th flight since modification)
1/15/64: MOAMA, Brookley Field, Mobile, AL for depot maintenance.
1/5/65: 141st TFS (ANG), 108th Tactical Fighter Group, McGuire AFB, NJ.
Unknown date: 119th TFS (ANG), 177th TFG, Atlantic City Airport, NJ. 
4/29/81: 108th TFG, McGuire AFB, NJ.  For processing for museum status, 4,000.9 flying hours.
9/23/81: New England Air Museum, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT.

57-5793		F-105B
2/15/59: Factory roll out,, Farmingdale, NY.
5/27/59: TOS USAF. 
5/28/59: Assigned to 335th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 4th Tactical Fighter Wing, Eglin AFB, FL.
Note: “One of two F-105Bs used in F-105B Category II testing of air-to-air gunner. During testing, the M61 gun had to be replaced three times due to numerous malfunctions. Unreliable gun installation required frequent gun bore-sighting during the last five months of the test program.” (Plunkett)
3/26/60: Joined unit at Seymour Johnson AFB, NC.
4/11/60: Deployed to Eglin AFB, FL for F-105B Category II follow-up testing.
6/2/60: Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOAMA), Brookley Field, Mobile, AL for depot maintenance.
11/2/60: Returned to 335th TFS at Seymour Johnson AFB, NC.
4/63: 4520th Air Demonstration Squadron (Thunderbirds), Nellis AFB, NV. To fly slot position; received stainless steel tail to withstand heat from leader’s exhaust. 
5/64: Service with Thunderbirds terminated after only six performances.
6/1/64: MOAMA, Brookley Field, Mobile, AL for depot maintenance.
6/3/65: 4520th Combat Crew Training Wing, Nellis AFB, NV.
12/15/65: MOAMA, Brookley Field, Mobile, AL for depot maintenance.
3/1/66: 141st TFS (ANG), 108th Tactical Fighter Group, McGuire AFB, NJ.
1/8/81: At 108th TFG being processed to USAF Museum, 3,573 flight hours.
7/4/81: Ferried to USAF Museum, Wright Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
By 5/94: Parked on USAF Museum restoration ramp.
6/12/96: Disassembled and moved on two trucks to Yankee Air Museum, Detroit Willow Run Airport, Ypsilanti, MI.
7/15/96 Placed on display.
10/9/04: Destroyed in hangar fire.

57-5839		F-105B
12/30/59: TOS USAF. Assigned to 335th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 4th Tactical Fighter Wing, Seymour Johnson AFB, NC.
2/29/60 to 3/09/60: With 335th TFS deployed to Eglin AFB, FL for testing purposes.
11/26/60 to 12/14/60: Deployed with 335th TFS to Eglin AFB, FL for tests.
11/13/61 to 6/7/62: At Republic Aviation, Farmingdale, NY.
4/1/63 to 1/8/64: Deployed with 335th TFS to Moron AB, Spain.
1/9/64: Assigned to 336th TFS, 4th TFW, Seymour Johnson AFB, NC.
6/5/64: Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOAMA), Brookley Field, Mobile, AL for depot maintenance.
6/21/65: 4520th Combat Crew Training Wing, Nellis AFB, NV.
10/18/67: 23rd TFW, McConnell AFB, KS. For use by instructor pilots conducting replacement aircrew training.
6/5/70: Fairchild Engine and Aircraft Corporation, Bob Nikes Airport, Crestview, FL for contract depot work.
10/29/70: 119th TFS (ANG), 177th Tactical Fighter Group, Atlantic City Airport, NJ
12/19/72: Fairchild Engine and Aircraft Corporation, Bob Nikes Airport, Crestview, FL for contract depot work.
1/16/73: 466th TFS, 508th TFG (AFRES), Hill AFB, UT.
12/11/80: At 466th TFS with 3,839 flying hours, marked for museum.
12/80: Flight delivered to South Dakota Air and Space Museum, Ellsworth AFB, SD.
1982: Placed on display.

58-1155		F-105D
3/9/60: First flight. Structural integrity flight test program.
4/27/60: TOS USAF. Assigned to Republic Aviation Corporation at Eglin AFB, FL as test support aircraft. Aircraft remained at Republic in Farmingdale, NY.
4/21/61: First test flight by Republic Aviation Department S-43, Experimental Shop, from Farmingdale, NY. Seventh test flight in structural integrity flight test program.
7/12/61: Delivered to Proving Ground Command Center (PGCC), Eglin AFB, FL after 12 structural integrity test flights from Republic Aviation, Farmingdale, NY.
1/15/62: Assigned to Republic Aviation at Eglin AFB, FL as bailment test aircraft.
11/26/63: 3201st Maintenance Group, Air Force Systems Command, Eglin AFB, FL as JF-105D for test support.
2/20/64: Air Proving Ground Command, AFSC, Eglin AFB, FL as F-105D for test support.
4/17/64: Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOAMA), Brookley Field, Mobile, AL, for storage.
9/1/64: At MOAMA, Brookley Field, AL for depot maintenance.
4/13/65: PGCC, Eglin AFB, FL for test support.
3/16/66: Redesignated JF-105D.
6/6/67: PGCC, Holloman AFB, NM for test support.
9/8/67: PGCC, Eglin AFB, FL for test support.
11/68: Redesignated F-105D.
11/30/68: Armament Development and Test Center, Eglin AFB, FL for test support.
8/26/69: 23rd Tactical Fighter Wing, McConnell AFB, KS.
6/2/71: Fairchild Engine and Aircraft Corporation, Bob Nikes Airport, Crestview, FL for contract depot work.
6/30/71: 121st Tactical Fighter Squadron (ANG), 113rd Tactical Fighter Group, Andrews AFB, MD.
4/20/72: Fairchild Engine and Aircraft Corporation, Bob Nikes Airport, Crestview, FL for contract depot maintenance.
5/19/72: 121st TFS (ANG), 113rd TFG, Andrews AFB, MD. Further depot work by Dynalectron Corporation.
6/6/72: Declared combat capable.
11/30/74: 121st TFS (ANG), 113rd Tactical Fighter Wing, Andrews AFB, MD (unit redesignated)
9/25/81: ADTC, Eglin AFB, FL.  Declared excess. 2,793.7 flying hours.
10/31/81: ADTC, Eglin AFB, FL. Museum status at 2,811.8 flying hours.
11/81: USAF Armament Museum, Eglin AFB, FL
Unknown date: Marked as 59-1771

60-0455		F-105D
5/8/61: TOS USAF. 
5/24/61: Picked up by pilot from the 4440th Aircraft Delivery Group, Langley AFB, VA and delivered to Mobile Air Materiel Area (MOAMA), Brookley AFB, AL for depot work.
6/9/61: 22nd Tactical Fighter Squadron, 36th Tactical Fighter Wing, Bitburg AB, Germany. Delivered by pilot assigned to 4440th ADG.
6/21/61 to 8/30/61: Deployed to Wheelus AB, Libya.
4/6/63: MOAMA, Brookley AFB, AL for depot work, "Operation Look Alike" Phase II.
8/1/63: Returned to 22nd TFS at Bitburg AB.
11/8 to 12/11/64: Deployed to Wheelus AB, Libya.
3/15 to 4/6/65: Deployed to Wheelus AB, Libya.
2/15/66: 8th TFS, 49th TFW, Spangdahlem AB, Germany.
3/17 to 3/24/66: Deployed to Wheelus AB, Libya.
7/9 to 8/10/66: Deployed to Wheelus AB, Libya.
12/6/66:  23rd TFW, McConnell AFB, KS.
5/25 to 6/15/67: Deployed with 563rd TFS, 23rd TFW to George AFB, CA for air-to-air gunnery training.
9/29 to 10/12/67: Deployed with 562nd TFS, 23rd TFW to George AFB, CA for air-to-air gunnery training.
12/1 to 12/21/67: Deployed with 560th TFS, 23rd TFW to George AFB, CA for air-to-air gunnery training.
3/12 to 3/27/68: Deployed with 562nd TFS, 23rd TFW to George AFB, CA for air-to-air gunnery training.
5/14 to 5/28/68:  Deployed with 560th TFS, 23rd TFW to George AFB, CA for air-to-air gunnery training.
10/18/68: 357th TFS, 355th TFW, Takhli RTAB, Thailand.
10/19/70: SMAMA, McClellan AFB, CA for depot work.
3/4/71: 563rd TFS, 23rd TFW, McConnell AFB, KS.
8/1/72: 457th TFS, 506th TFG (AFRES), Carswell AFB, TX.
4/1/73: 506th CMT Squadron (AFRES), Carswell AFB, TX.
12/1/74: 506th CLM Squadron (AFRES), Carswell AFB, TX (unit redesignated)
1/23/76: 457th TFS (AFRES), Carswell AFB, TX.
5/12 to 5/23/79: Deployed with 457th TFS under "Coronet Palomino" to Gioia Del Colle, Italy.
8/25/81: MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as FK0058.
7/22/86: Donation documents signed to release aircraft for display at Jackson, MS.
11/28/86: Transfer document signed by James W. Till, Commander, American Legion Post 1, Jackson, MS
Ca.12/86 to 3/87: Restoration was done by Mississippi ANG at Thompson Field, Jackson, MS.
3/19/87: Placed on display at  ALP 1, Jackson, MS. Placed in position by CH-54 from 252nd Transportation Company, Alabama ARNG. 
By 12/10: City of Dixon, IL. Placed on display at Veteran's Memorial Park.

60-0504		F-105D
10/61: TOS USAF. Assigned to 23rd Tactical Fighter Squadron, 36th Tactical Fighter Wing, Bitburg AB, Germany.
Ca.1964: 4th TFW, Seymour Johnson AFB, NC.
3/67: 333rd TFS, 355th TFW, Takhli RTAB, Thailand. Marked as “Memphis Belle II.”
4/28/67: Shot down MiG-17 over North Vietnam.
4/30/67: Shot down MiG-17 over North Vietnam.
1968-1970: 357th TFS, 355th TFW, Takhli RTAB, Thailand.
1970: 127th TFS (ANG), 184th Tactical Fighter Group, McConnell AFB, KS.
1976: 121st TFS (ANG), 113rd TFW, Andrews AFB, MD.
6/12/81: MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as FK0044, with 5,934.6 flying hours.
4/7/90: USAF Museum, Wright Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
7/91: Placed on display.

61-0069		F-105D
1/5/62: TOS USAF.
11/62: 355th Tactical Fighter Wing (Tactical Air Command), George AFB, CA.
10/65: 562nd Tactical Fighter Squadron, 23rd TFW (TAC), McConnell AFB, KS.
4/66: 388th TFW (Pacific Air Command), Korat RTAFB Thailand.
By 1967: 357th TFS, 355th TFW, Takhli Royal Thai Air Force Base, Thailand.
3/23/67: 469th TFS, 355th TFW, Korat Royal Thai Air Force Base, Thailand.
4/28/67: Shot down MiG-17 over North Vietnam.
6/3/67: Shot down MiG-17 over North Vietnam.
7/67: Sacramento Air Logistics Area, McClellan AFB, CA.
5/69: 4525th Fighter Weapons Wing (TAC), Nellis AFB, NV.
4/70: 66th Fighter Weapons Squadron, 57th FWW, Nellis AFB, NV.
7/72: 305th TFS, 507th TFW (AFRES), Tinker AFB, OK. 
Ca.1975: 562nd TFS, 35th TFW, George AFB, CA.
10/77 to 3/82: 466th TFS (AFRES), 508th TFW, Hill AFB, UT.
Ca.1982: Displayed Norton AFB, CA.
1984: San Bernardino County Museum, Redlands, CA.
1/22/00: Strategic Air Command Museum, Ashland, NE.
By 11/03: Displayed on pylon along Interstate 80 east of the exit for the museum.

61-0075		F-105D
1962: TOS USAF.  
Unknown date: 8th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 49th Tactical Fighter Wing, Spangdahlem AB, Germany.
By 1971: 23rd FW, McConnell AFB, KS.
By 9/75: 457th TFS, 301st TFW (AFRES), Carswell AFB, TX.
10/6/81: MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as FK0064.

61-0088		F-105D	
1962: TOS USAF.
3/14/62: Assigned to 8th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 49th Tactical Fighter Wing, Spangdahlem AB,  Germany.
7/31/62 to 7/6/63: Deployed to Wheelus AB, Libya.
6/7/63: Mobile Air Materiel Area, Brookley AFB, AL for depot work. “Operation Look Alike,” Phase II.
11/9/63: 8th TFS, 49th TFW, Spangdahlem AB,  Germany.
3/16/66 to 4/26/66: Deployed to Wheelus AB, Libya.
4/27/66: CASA, Getafe, Spain for contract depot work.
5/31/66:  8th TFS, 49th TFW, Spangdahlem AB,  Germany.
10/23/66 to 10/27/66: Deployed to Wheelus AB, Libya.
11/16/66 to 12/8/66: Deployed to Wheelus AB, Libya.
2/4/67: 562nd TFS, 23rd TFW (TAC), McConnell AFB, KS. 
4/20/67: Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAMA), McClellan AFB, CA.
5/1/67: Storage at SMAMA, McClellan AFB, CA.
7/13/67: SMAMA, McClellan AFB, CA for depot work.
10/23/67: 562nd TFS, 23rd TFW (TAC), McConnell AFB, KS.
11/27/67: Assigned to train pilots going to Vietnam.
3/23 to 3/28/68: Deployed with 562rd TFS, 23rd TFW to George AFB, CA for air-to-air gunnery training.
4/16 to 5/9/68: Deployed with 563rd TFS, 23rd TFW to George AFB, CA for air-to-air gunnery training.
5/17 to 5/22/68: Deployed with 560th TFS, 23rd TFW to George AFB, CA for air-to-air gunnery training.
5/23/68: 562nd TFS, 23rd TFW (TAC), McConnell AFB, KS.
7/1/72: 562nd TFS, 832nd Air Division, McConnell AFB, KS. (23rd TFW moved to England AFB, LA)
8/11/72: 465th TFS, 507th TFW (AFRES), Tinker AFB, OK.
3/31/73: 507th CMT Squadron (AFRES), Tinker AFB, OK.
10/17/76: 465th TFS, 507th TFW (AFRES), Tinker AFB, OK.
By 5/79: 457th TFS, 301st TFW (AFRES), Carswell AFB, TX.
5/12 to 5/23/79: Deployed with 457th TFS under "Coronet Palomino" to Gioia Del Colle, Italy.
7/30/80: 466th TFS, 419th TFW (AFRES), Hill AFB, UT.
3/24/82: SOC.
1983: Grissom Air Museum, Grissom AFB, IN.


61-0099		F-105D
2/9/62: TOS USAF.
2/20/62: Mobile Air Materiel Area, Brookley AFB, AL for depot work.
3/3/62: 8th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 49th Tactical Fighter Wing, Spangdahlem AB,  Germany.
6/6/62 to 7/30/62: Deployed to Wheelus AB, Libya for weapons delivery practice.
3/19 to 4/14/66: Deployed to Wheelus AB, Libya
10/7 to 10/13/66: Deployed to Wheelus AB, Libya.
1/8/67: 4520th Combat Crew Training Wing, Nellis AFB, NV for aircrew training.
12/28/67: 562nd TFS, 23rd TFW (TAC), McConnell AFB, KS. Used to train pilots going to Vietnam.
4/16 to 5/8/68: Deployed with 563rd TFS, 23rd TFW to George AFB, CA for air-to-air gunnery training.
5/9/68: Returned to 562nd TFS.
6/28/72: 305th TFS, 507th TFW (AFRES), Tinker AFB, OK.
3/31/73: 469th TFS, 507th TFW (AFRES), Tinker AFB, OK.
10/16/74: 507th CLM Squadron (AFRES), Tinker AFB, OK. 
1/28/76: 305th TFS, 507th Tactical Fighter Group (AFRES), Tinker AFB, OK.
10/16/78: 465th TFS, 507th TFW (AFRES), Tinker AFB, OK.
7/30/80: 466th TFS, 419th TFW (AFRES), Hill AFB, UT.
8/15/81 to 8/28/81: Deployed to Skrydstrup, Denmark, under Operation “Coronet Rudder” from Westover AFB, MA. 
4/21/82: Assigned to aircraft battle damage repair training with 4,532 hrs flight time
7/13/84: Declared excess to requirements.
7/84: NMUSAF Loan Program.
1984: AMARC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ.
4/2/85: AMARC transfer document signed to donate aircraft to City of Aurora, IL.
By 5/85: City of Aurora, IL. Displayed in Phillips Park as a replacement for P-80A 45-8357 which went to Robins AFB, GA. 

61-0176		F-105D
1962: TOS USAF.
11/62: 67th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 18th Tactical Fighter Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa.
8/64: 4th TFW, Seymour Johnson AFB, NC.
8/64: Deployed with 6441st TFW, Takhli Royal Thai AFB, Thailand.
12/65: 562nd TFS, 23rd TFW, McConnell AFB, KS.
7/25/66: 18th TFW, Kadena AB, Okinawa (later Japan).
11/1/67: 354th TFS, Takhli Royal Thai FB, Thailand.
1969: 357th TFS, 355th TFW, Takhli Royal Thai AFB, Thailand.
1971: 127th TFS (ANG), 184th Tactical Fighter Group, McConnell AFB, KS.
2/19/80: 457th TFS, 301st TFW (AFRES), Carswell AFB, TX.
After 1981: 466th TFS, 419th TFW (AFRES), Hill AFB, UT.
By 11/83: Maxwell AFB, AL, air park.

62-4360		F-105D
1963: TOS USAF. Assigned to 8th Tactical Fighter Wing, Itazuke AB, Japan.
1964:  41st Air Division, Yokota Air Base, Japan.
1965: 80th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 6441st TFW, Yakota Air Base, Japan.
1965: 562nd TFS, 23rd TFW, McConnell AFB, KS. Training pilots for Vietnam.
1965: 335th TFS, Yokota AB, Japan. 
Ca.11/6 to 12/6/65: Operated from Takhli RTAFB, Thailand.
1966 to 1967: Stood Nuclear Alerts at Yokota.
By 7/67: 80th TFS, 41st Air Division, Yakota AB, Japan.
1968: 12th TFS, 18th TFW, Kadena Air Base, Okinawa.
After 7/68: 469th TFS, 388th TFW, Korat Royal Thai AFB, Thailand.
Ca.1968/1969: 44th TFS, 388th TFW, Korat Royal Thai AFB, Thailand.
1969: 354th TFS, 355th TFW, Takhli Royal Thai AFB, Thailand.
Ca.1971: 18th TFW, Kadena AB, Okinawa (later, Japan).
1972: 305th TFS, 507th TFW (AFRES), Tinker AFB, OK.
1978: 465th TFS, 507th TFW (AFRES), Tinker AFB, OK. 
1983 to 1985: McLellan AFB, Ca for use as battle damage repair trainer.
Ca.1986: Charles B. Hall Airpark, Tinker AFB, OK.

63-8287		F-105F
5/15/64:  TOS USAF. Assigned to 8th Tactical Fighter Wing, Itazuke AB, Japan.
8/31/67: 	562nd Tactical Fighter Squadron  23rd TFW, McConnell AFB, KS. Training pilots for Vietnam.
1969: 354th TFS, 355th TFW, Takhli Royal Thai AFB, Thailand. 
1971: 305th TFS, 507th TFW (AFRES), Tinker AFB, OK.
7/12/72: 465th TFS, 507th TFW (AFRES), Tinker AFB, OK.
10/1/80: 466th TFS, 301st RFW (AFRES), 508th TFG, Hill AFB, UT. HI.
3/10/84: Ferried to Chanute AFB, IL. Displayed at Thunderbird Air Park. Last flight of an F-105F.
10/93: Chanute Aviation Museum, Rantoul, IL (closed 10/31/15)
Ca.2017:  Aviation Museum of Kentucky, Lexington, KY.

63-8320		F-105F
1964: TOS USAF. Assigned to 8th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 49th Tactical Fighter Wing, Spangdahlem AB, Germany.
Ca.1965: 23rd TFW, McConnell AFB, KS.
Ca.9/66: 4525th Fighter Weapons Wing, Nellis AFB, NV.
1967: 355th TFW, Takhli Royal Thai AFB, Thailand.
UNK: 388th TFW, Korat RTAFB, Thailand. 
1967: 333rd TFS, 355th TFW, Takhli RTAFB, Thailand.
11 or 12/67: Maj. G. Guss; while clearing the aircraft of ordnance and racks in preparation for a dogfight with a flight of 4 MiG-17s, a MiG flew straight into the ejected racks and was destroyed. Date not certain. MiG kill not officially granted.
12/19/67: Maj. R Huntley (Pilot) and Capt. R. Stearman (EWO) encountered several MiG-17s and fired at one hitting it. They claimed credit for a MiG kill but after a two year investigation, the claim was disallowed by Seventh Air Force's Enemy Aircraft Claims Evaluation Board.
Unknown date: Maj. Dalton (pilot) and Maj. J. Graham (EWO) flying F-105F 63-8329 shared a MiG kill with an F-4D. Some histories erroneously credit this crew with a MiG kill while flying 63-8320.
1970: Converted to EF-105F. NMUSAF
1970: 17th Wild Weasel Squadron, 388th TFW, Korat RTAFB, Thailand.
1972: Converted to F-105G.
1972 to 1973: 561st TFS, 388th TFW, Korat RTAFB, Thailand.
Ca.1973: 562nd TFS, 35th TFW, George AFB, CA.
2/80: Ferry flight to Wright Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH for display at the Air Force Museum.

63-8366		F-105F	
Last F-105 produced.
12/64: TOS USAF. (Some sources say 1/65, but that was when the line was shut down.)
1969:  561st Tactical Fighter Squadron, 23rd Tactical Fighter Wing, McConnell AFB, KS.
Ca.1971: 127th TFS (ANG), 184th Tactical Fighter Group, McConnell AFB, KS.
By 8/81: Displayed at McConnell AFB, KS



 42-32817 C-47-DL MSN 9043. As N59A to Basler Turbo 
Conversions and on August 10, 2018 registered 
as N141PR to N141PR LLC, Wilmington, 
Delaware. Cancelled on September 27, 2019 on export to Canada. 
42-72598 C-54D-5-DC Skymaster MSN 10703. To Spanish Air Force as T.4-6 
coded 352-13, later 352-06. 
42-72719 C-54D-10-DC Skymaster MSN 10824. To Spanish Air Force as T.4-5 
coded 901-5, later 911-5 and later 911-05. 
Cockpit section on display at the Museo del 
Aire, Cuatro Vientos, Madrid. 
47-412 L-13B MSN 292. Registered as N4898V with Forrest 
McPherson, Sylmar, California and then as 
N7412 on November 16, 2000 with Heritage 
Flight Museum, Bellingham, Washington. 
51-16568 L-20A Beaver MSN 388/1192. Registration N554BB 
cancelled on July 10, 2019 and registered as 
C-FKAI with 1949261 Ontario Limited, 
Thunder Bay, Ontario on August 1, 2019. 
59-0292 T-37B MSN 40454. Noted in July 2019 in instructional 
use with the Indian Hills Aviation Center, 
Ottumwa, Iowa. 
62-4483 CT-39A MSN 276-36. Noted in July 2019 in 
instructional use with the Indian Hills Aviation 
Center, Ottumwa, Iowa. 
63-7420 F-4C-15-MC Phantom MSN 357. Active in 1977 with 401st Tactical 
Fighter Wing at Torrejon Air Base, Spain. 
63-7834 C-130E-LM Hercules MSN 382-3902. Active in October 2008 with 
37th Airlift Squadron/86th Airlift Wing at 
Ramstein AB, Germany. 
64-13295 T-38A-55-NO Talon MSN N.5724. To T-38C and active in June 2019 
with 469th Flying Training Squadron/80th 
Flying Training Wing at Sheppard Air Force 
Base, Texas. 
65-10399 T-38A-60-NO Talon MSN N.5758. To T-38C and active in June 2019 
with 469th Flying Training Squadron/80th 
Flying Training Wing at Sheppard Air Force 
Base, Texas. 
65-13006 OH-13S-BF Sioux MSN 3902. To Spanish Army Aviation as 
Z.7B-26 and later re-serialled as HE.7B-26. In 
November 2017 noted preserved at Colmenar 
Viejo. 
66-0929 UH-1H Iroquois MSN 5412. Registered as N486NC with Bell 
Textron Inc, Ozark, Alabama on January 24, 
2013. 
66-1081 UH-1H Iroquois MSN 5564. Noted in July 2019 in instructional 
use with the Indian Hills Aviation Center, 
Ottumwa, Iowa. 
67-16161 OH-6A Cayuse MSN 680546. Registration N90176 cancelled 
on July 23, 2019 on export to Philippines. 
69-7582 F-4E-45-MC Phantom MSN 4053. A triple-MIG killer and active in 
1977 with 70th Tactical Fighter Squadron/347th 
Tactical Fighter Wing at Moody AFB, Georgia. 
70-16276 UH-1V Iroquois MSN 12581. Registration N276WR cancelled 
on July 30, 2019 on export to Panama. 
72-21136 OH-58A Kiowa MSN 41802. Withdrawn from use by 1-130th 
Avn North Carolina Army National Guard and 
in July 2019 noted in use as instructional 
airframe at McCombs Middle School, Des 
Moines, Iowa. 
76-3239 C-12C Huron MSN BD-24. In December 2018 assigned to the 
United States Embassy at Ankara. 
77-0274 A-10A Thunderbolt II MSN 199. Delivered to 81st Tactical Fighter 
Wing at RAF Bentwaters, Suffolk on August 23, 
1978. 
77-0275 A-10A Thunderbolt II MSN 200. Delivered to 81st Tactical Fighter 
Wing at RAF Bentwaters, Suffolk on August 23, 
1978. 
77-0276 A-10A Thunderbolt II MSN 201. Delivered to 81st Tactical Fighter 
Wing at RAF Bentwaters, Suffolk on August 23, 
1978. 
77-22950 C-12A Huron MSN BC-61. Active in November 1980 with 
207th Aviation Battalion at Heidelberg, 
Germany. 
78-0474 F-15C-21-MC Eagle MSN 0453/C007. Active in September 2015 
with 131st Fighter Squadron/104th Fighter Wing 
Massachusetts Air National Guard. 
78-0501 F-15C-22-MC Eagle MSN 0485/C034. Active in May 2015 with 
131st Fighter Squadron/104th Fighter Wing 
Massachusetts Air National Guard. 
78-0516 F-15C-22-MC Eagle MSN 503/C049. Active in August 2010 with 
131st Fighter Squadron/104th Fighter Wing 
Massachusetts Air National Guard. 
78-0600 A-10A Thunderbolt II MSN 220. Delivered to 81st Tactical Fighter 
Wing at RAF Bentwaters, Suffolk on August 23, 
1978. 
78-0605 A-10A Thunderbolt II MSN 225. Delivered to 81st Tactical Fighter 
Wing at RAF Bentwaters, Suffolk on August 23, 
1978. 
79-0035 F-15C-24-MC Eagle MSN 0572/C104. Delivered to 36th Tactical 
Fighter Wing at Bitburg Air Base, Germany on 
November 18, 1980 
79-0036 F-15C-24-MC Eagle MSN 0573/C105. Delivered to 36th Tactical 
Fighter Wing at Bitburg Air Base, Germany on 
November 18, 1980. 
79-0038 F-15C-25-MC Eagle MSN 0575/C107. Delivered to 36th Tactical 
Fighter Wing at Bitburg Air Base, Germany on 
November 18, 1980 
80-23453 UH-60A Black Hawk MSN 70211. Registered as N8728P with Brown 
Helicopter Incorporated, Pensacola, Florida on 
July 18, 2019. 
80-23462 UH-60A Black Hawk MSN 70220. Registered as N603CK with 
Pilotinside com Llc, Medford, Oregon on 
August 2, 2019. 
81-0629 C-130H-LM Hercules MSN 382-4944. In October 2018 active with 
154th Training Squadron/189th Airlift Wing 
Arkansas Air National Guard at Little Rock 
AFB. 
81-23615 UH-60A Black Hawk MSN 70337. Registered as N809PJ with P J 
Helicopters Incorporated, Red Bluff, California on 
July 30, 2019. 
81-23622 UH-60A Black Hawk MSN 70344. Registered as N602CK with 
Pilotinside com Llc, Medford, Oregon on July 
17, 2019. 
83-23857 UH-60A Black Hawk MSN 70682. Registered as N873CB with 
Brown Helicopter Incorporated, Pensacola, 
Florida on July 18, 2019. 
86-0419 C-130H Hercules MSN 382-5113. In March 2003 active with 
758th Airlift Squadron/911th Airlift Wing at 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Active in August 
2019 with 179th Airlift Wing Ohio ANG at 
Mansfield. 
91-0099 T-1A Jayhawk MSN TT-40. Assigned to 99th Flying Training 
Squadron/12th Flying Training Wing at 
Randolph AFB, Texas and still so in June 2019.. 
91-1232 C-130H Hercules MSN 382-5282. Active in April 2019 with 
165th Airlift Squadron Kentucky Air National 
Guard and named “Secretariat”. 
91-9144 C-130H Hercules MSN 382-5297. Active in August 2006 with 
934th Airlift Wing, Minnesota Air National 
Guard. In May 2009 with 914th/107th Airlift 
Wing New York Air National Guard. In January 
2019 with 357th Airlift Squadron/908th Airlift 
Wing at Maxwell AFB, Alabama. 
04-3733 T-6A Texan II MSN PT285. Assigned in June 2006 to 33rd 
Flying Training Squadron/71st Flying Training 
Wing at Vance AFB, Oklahoma and still so in 
August 2019. 
04-3752 T-6A Texan II MSN PT304. Assigned in June 2006 to 33rd 
Flying Training Squadron/71st Flying Training 
Wing at Vance AFB, Oklahoma and still so in 
August 2019. 
06-3171 C-130J-30 MSN 382-5641. Active in May 2015 with 317th 
Airlift Group at Dyess AFB, Texas. 
06-3824 T-6A Texan II MSN PT379. Assigned in June 2009 to 33rd 
Flying Training Squadron/71st Flying Training 
Wing at Vance AFB, Oklahoma and still so in 
August 2019. 

55-5119		F-107A  
Originally ordered as F-100B but constructed as F-107A
11/28/56: First flight. 
Ca,12/56: TOS USAF as JF-107. Assigned to AFFTC, Edwards AFB, CA.
3/22/57: F-107 program ended.
Note: It was the only one of the three F-107 prototypes to be fitted with the four 20-mm M39 cannon. Used for weapons testing with conventional weapons and atomic bombs.
11/25/57: Ferried to USAF Museum, Patterson Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
10/17/70: Towed to new USAF Museum facility at Wright-Field, Wright-Patterson AFB for storage until new museum completed.
8/4/71: Museum open, displayed outdoors.






56-451		F-106A
6/17/56: Ordered as F-102B, but changed to F-106A on this date. First F-106A.
12/14/56: Transported by ground from Convair San Diego, CA, to Air Force Flight Test Center, Edwards AFB, CA for Phase I testing.
12/22/56: Began taxi tests.
12/26/56: First flight by Convair pilot.
5/57: TOS USAF as YF-106A.
5/57 to 6/57: Phase II testing.
6/-11/57: Aft CG and low-altitude flutter tests, systems testing, flight performance testing, etc.
11/20/57: Ferried to San Diego for spin-test modifications, and redesignated NF-106A.
1/58: Ferried back to Edwards AFB for further modifications.
2/58: Taxi tests for evaluating modifications.
3/58: Flight tests resumed.
3/27/60: Ferried to USAF Museum, Patterson Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. Since it had no navigation equipment installed, it was escorted by two F-106As being delivered to the 27th Fighter Interceptor Squadron at Loring AFB, ME.
10/70: Towed to Wright Field for eventual display at new Air Force Museum facility.
8/71: Placed on display at Air Force Museum, Wright Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
By 9/87: Marked as F-106A 59-0082.
4/7/89: Selfridge Military Air Museum, Selfridge AFB, MI.

58-0787		F-106A
Ca.1959: TOS USAF. 
Ca. 1968: 71st Fighter Interceptor Squadron (Air Defense Command), 1st Fighter Group, Malmstrom AFB, MT.
2/2/70: Crashed. During maneuvers, aircraft entered an unrecoverable flat spin at 38,000 ft and pilot ejected at about 15,000 ft. This apparently changed the aerodynamics and the aircraft entered a stable descending glide, landing in a snow-covered field near Box Elder, MT. The engine continued at idle for 1 hr 45 min before fuel exhaustion. Aircraft sustained substantial damage.  
3/70: Repair started. Because of the circumstances of the aircraft landing itself, it was deemed necessary to restore the aircraft to active duty. Personnel disassembled the aircraft and took it to a rail a mile from the crash site and shipped it by train to McClellan AFB, Sacramento, CA.
11/29/71: Repair completed.
12/10/71: First post-restoration flight, completed at McClellan AFB, CA. 1.3 hr flight by Maj. Irving L. Buck.
12/71: 84th FIS (ADC), 26th Air Division, Hamilton AFB, CA.
5/30/73: 49th FIS (ADC), 21st Air Division, Griffiss AFB, NY.
Ca.1978: 194th FIS, 144th Fighter Interceptor Wing (ANG), Fresno ANGB, CA.
Unknown date: 49th FIS (ADC), 21st Air Division, Griffiss AFB, NY. 
8/15/86: Ferried to Air Force Museum, Wright Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.

58-0788		F-106A
10/59: TOS USAF
10/16/59: 27th Fighter Interceptor Squadron (Air Defense Command), Loring AFB, ME.
6/22/60: 94th FIS, 1st Fighter Group, Selfridge AFB, MI.
7/17/61: 94th FIS, 1st Fighter Wing, Selfridge AFB, MI. Unit name changed
5/27/69:  71st FIS, 1st FG, Malmstrom AFB, MT
7/1/71: 319th FIS Malmstrom AFB, MT
4/16/72: 460th FIS Grand Forks AFB, ND
6/5/74: 119th FIS (ANG), 177th FIG, Atlantic City, NJ
Ca. 7/74: 159th FIS (ANG), 125th Fighter Interceptor Group (ANG), Jacksonville, FL.
12/30/86: 119th FIS (ANG), 177th FIG Atlantic City, NJ.
1/22/87: AMARC, Davis Monthan AFB, AZ Aas FN110
5/22/91: AEL Inc., East Alton IL for drone conversion
9/10/91: 479th Tactical Training Wing, Tactical Training Center, Holloman AFB, NM as QF-106 drone S/N AD150
9/24/92: Shot down on 1st Not Under Live Local Operation by a Patriot missile.

59-0008		F-106A
12/28/59: TOS USAF. 
4/18/60: 319th Fighter interceptor Squadron, Bunker Hill, AFB, IN.
3/9/63: 71st FIS, 1st Fighter Wing, Selfridge AFB, MI.
2/1/65: 94th FIS, 1st FW, Selfridge AFB, MI
5/29/69: 71st FIS Malmstrom AFB, MT
7/1/71: 319th FIS Malmstrom AFB, MT.
4/3/72: 460th FIS Grand Forks AFB, ND.
7/1/74: 159th FIS (ANG), 125th Fighter Interceptor Group, Jacksonville FL.
12/12/86 to 3/18/87: Participated in B-1B Chase Program, Palmdale, CA.
3/18/87: AMARC, Davis Monthan AFB, AZ as FN123.
9/16/91: AEL Inc., East Alton, IL for drone conversion.
12/26/91: 53rd Weapons Evaluation Group, Tyndall, AFB, FL as QF-106 drone S/N AD167.
5/11/96: Shot down on 7th Not Under Live Local Operation by an AIM-120

62-12200		YRF-110A
5/29/62: Order placed for two YRF-110A reconnaissance aircraft, converted on the line from F4H-1.
9/18/62: Redesignated RF-4C.
8/9/63: First flight.
1963: TOS USAF.
By 1965: Bailed to McDonnell Aircraft Corp.
1965: Modified as an aerodynamic prototype for the F-4E, and redesignated YF-4E.
8/7/65: First flight as YF-4E.
1965: Used as a test bed for such advanced ideas as F-4 leading edge wing slats and the “Fly-ByWire” concept. 
1974: Fitted with canard surfaces and special controls as part of the Precision Aircraft Control Technology (PACT) program.
4/29/74: First flight with PACT modifications.
1/10/79:  SOC.
1/79: Ferried to the USAF Museum, Wright Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. By McDonnell Douglas pilot

62-12201		YRF-110A
5/29/62: Order placed for two YRF-110A reconnaissance aircraft, converted on the line from F4H-1.
9/18/62: Redesignated RF-4C.
9/30/63: First flight.
1963: TOS USAF.
1963: Bailed to McDonnell Aircraft Corp.
1/66:  Bailed to General Electric Flight Test, Lockbourne, OH, for J79 development work. 
12/67: Bailed to General Electric, Edwards AFB, CA
1/72:  Bailed to McDonnell Aircraft, Eglin AFB, FL
6/78: Technical Training Center, Chanute AFB, IL as GIA  FJ
1985: Placed on display at Thunderbird Air Park, Chanute AFB, IL
1993: Chanute Aerospace Museum, Rantoul, IL FJ
6/10/16: Regional Military Museum, Houma, LA.
63-9767		F-111A	
2nd F-111A built
2/25/65: First flight.
2/26/65: TOS USAF. Served as prototype, intended for use in testing navigation and engine systems.
1965: Loaned to General Dynamics as a testbed for the MK-1 NAV/Attack system.
1966: Loaned to Pratt & Whitney for use as an engine/intake testbed. Engines removed.
12/69: Transported via surface to 3345th Maintenance and Supply Group (Air Training Command), Chanute AFB, IL. Redesignated GF-111A.
1974: Displayed in Thunderbird Air Park, Chanute AFB, IL.
1993: Chanute Air Museum, Chanute AFB (ex-), Rantoul, IL.
12/17-18/15: Transported via surface to Warbird Heritage Foundation, Waukegan, IL airport.
12/18/15 to 9/17: Reassembled and restored for display.
Ca.9/16: Mounted on posts and displayed at the Lake County Veteran’s Memorial, Waukegan, IL Airport.

63-9780		F-111A 
1965: TOS USAF.
By 10/67: General Dynamics, Ft. Worth, TX.
10/19/67: Destroyed in crash at Jacksboro, TX due to total hydraulics failure rendering it uncontrollable; crew ejected at 28,000 feet and 280 knots air speed; the two occupants remained in the module as it parachuted to earth and were not injured. First crew escape module used. (NMUSAF)
By 1996: National Museum of the USAF, Wright Field, Wright-Patterson AFB,OH. Crew capsule displayed.

66-0041		F-111A
4/13/68: first flight.
8/17/68: TOS USAF.
8/68: 442nd Tactical Fighter Training Squadron, 474th Tactical Fighter Wing, Nellis AFB, NV.
Ca.1976: Second F-111A converted to EF-111A.
5/17/77:  First flight of fully equipped EF-111A.
1977: Detachment 3, Tactical Air Warfare Center, Mountain Home AFB, ID for operational test and evaluation.
1977:  42nd Electronic Combat Squadron, 20th Tactical Fighter Wing,  RAF Upper Heyford, England.
1981: 4485th Test Squadron, Eglin AFB, FL.
11/81: 390th ECS, 366th TFW, Mountain Home AFB, ID 
Ca.1983: 42nd ECS, 20th TFW, RAF Upper Heyford, England
4/86: 429th ECS, 27th FW, Cannon AFB, NM. 
9/16/97:  309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Center (AMARC), Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as FV0306
5/10/11: HVF West, Tucson, AZ for scrapping.

66-0057		F-111A 
Ca.1968: TOS USAF.
Ca.1976: Converted to EF-111A.
Ca. 1977: 390th Electronic Combat Squadron, 366th Tactical Fighter Wing, Mountain Home AFB, ID
10/10/85: 42nd ECS, 66th Electronic Combat Wing, RAF Upper Heyford.
11/89: 390th ECS, 366th TFW, Mountain Home AFB, ID
Ca.8/90 to Ca.2/91: Flew missions in the Middle East during Operation Desert Storm based at Taif, Saudi Arabia.
UNK: 429th ECS, 27th FW, Cannon AFB, NM
7/98: Ferried to National Museum of the USAF, Wright Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.

67-0056		F-111A
8/29/69: TOS USAF.
8/69: to after 1975 428th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 474th Tactical Fighter Wing, Nellis AFB, NV.
By 3/80 to 8/1/90: 389th TFS, 366th TFW, Mountain Home AFB, MT. Retired with 4,659.6 flight hours. 
Ca.8/90: Sheppard AFB, TX as GIA GF-111A. Proposed for scrapping in 2003.

67-0058		F-111A	    
Ca.1969: TOS USAF.
Ca.1969: 429th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 474th Tactical Fighter Wing, Nellis AFB, NV.
11/21/72 to ca.1973: Deployed with 429th TFS to Takhli RTAFB, Thailand. Flew combat missions over Vietnam during Operation Linebacker II.
By 1976: 430th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 474th Tactical Fighter Wing, Nellis AFB, NV.
By 1/86: 389th TFS, 366th Tactical Fighter Wing, Mountain Home AFB, ID.
By 4/20/90: On pole at Carl Miller Park, outside Mountain Home AFB, Idaho

67-0065		F-111A	
Ca.1969: TOS USAF.
Ca,1969: 429th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 474th Tactical Fighter Wing, Nellis AFB, NV   
10/1/72 to ca.1973: Deployed with 429th TFS to Tahkli RTAFB, Thailand, arrived this date. Flew combat missions over Vietnam during Operation Linebacker II.
By 1976: 389th TFS, 366th TFW, Mountain AFB, ID
7/19/91: AMARC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as FV0067.
5/1/01: HVF West, Tucson, AZ Scrapped. 

67-0067		F-111A	
C.1969: TOS USAF.
Ca.1969: 429th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 474th Tactical Fighter Wing, Nellis AFB, NV. 
10/23/72 to Ca.1973:  Deployed with 429th TFS to Tahkli RTAFB, Thailand, arrived this date. Flew combat missions in Vietnam during Operation Linebacker II.
By 1976: 389th TFS, 366th TFW, Mountain AFB, ID.
By 6/92: Ferried to the Air Force Museum, Wright Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. Marked as when it was in Vietnam in 1972-1973.

67-7193		FB-111A
10/69: TOS USAF.
10/8/69: First FB-111A delivered to SAC,  4007th Combat Crew Training Squadron, 340th Bombardment Group, Carswell AFB, TX..
Ca.9/71: 528th BS, 380th Bombardment Wing, Plattsburgh AFB, NY.  Named “Tiger Lil.” 
Ca.6/88 to after 5/91: 509th BW, Pease AFB, NH.
Ca.1989: Converted to F-111G.
After 5/91: 428th Fighter Squadron, 27th Fighter Wing, Canon AFB, Cannon AFB, NM. 
3/29/93: AMARC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as FV0158. Held as spares for RAAF’s F-111s until theirs were all scrapped.
11/7/11:  To HVF West, Tucson, AZ and scrapped.

68-0058		F-111E
Ca.1969: TOS USAF.
By 1975: 79th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 20th Tactical Fighter Wing, RAF Upper Heyford, UK.
By 10/86 to 10/92: 40th Flight Test Squadron, 3246th Test Wing, Eglin AFB, FL.
10/92: 40th Flight Test Squadron, 46th Test Wing, Eglin AFB, FL. (46th Test Wing replaced 3246th Test Wing).
11/92: Air Force Armament Museum, Eglin AFB, Valparaiso, FL.

68-0248		FB-111A 
6/10/70: TOS USAF and assigned to 9th Bombardment Squadron, 340th Bombardment Group, Carswell AFB, TX.
1/21/71: 509th Bomb Wing (Medium), Pease AFB, NH
3/3/88: 528th BS, 380th Bombardment Wing, Plattsburgh AFB, NY.
7/91: Ferried to South Dakota Air & Space Museum, Eglin AFB, SD for display.
9/7/91: SOC.

68-0267		FB-111A	
Ca, 10/70: TOS USAF.
11/11/70: 340th Bombardment Group, Carswell AFB, TX.
1/21/71: 509th Bombardment Wing (Medium), Pease AFB, NH.
7/19-28/86: Deployed to RAF Lakenheath, Suffolk under Exercise Tea Party. Took part in the Tactical Fighter Meet at RAF Waddington, Lincolnshire.
3/3/88: 528th Bombardment Squadron, 380th Bombardment Wing (Medium), Plattsburg AFB, NY. 
7/10/91: Last flight. Flown to the Strategic Air Command Museum, Offutt AFB, NE.
1997:  Strategic Air Command Museum, Ashland, NE. Moved to new facility while it was under construction.
5/16/98: Placed on display; new museum facility opened. 
2001: Strategic Air and Space Museum, Ashland, NE. Museum name changed.
6/22/15: Strategic Air Command and Aerospace Museum, Ashland, NE. Museum name changed.

68-0271		FB-111A
11/15/70: First flight.
Ca.11/70: TOS USAF.
Ca1970 to after 5/85: 509th Bombardment Wing, Pease AFB, NH.
By 7/88: 380th Bombardment Wing, Plattsburg AFB, NY.
Ca.1990: Converted to F-111G.
1993: SOC USAF.
1/14/94: Departed McClellan AFB, CA for Australia via Hickam AFB, HI and Pago Pago, American Samoa. 
1/18/94: TOS Royal Australian Air Force with s/n A8-271.
1/18/94: No.6 Squadron, No.82 Wing, Amberley.
10/1/00: Performed Olympics Dump and Burn over Sydney Harbour Bridge.
2/12/02 to 2003: Grounded due to wing failures.
WFU: 2007.
11/11: Scrapped and buried at Swanbank landfill near Ipswich.

68-0283		FB-111A
1971: The airframe was to be assigned this USAF serial number, but never actually entered service due to a crash during an acceptance flight. 
1/8/71: Aircraft was on an acceptance test flight from the General Dynamics Plant in Fort Worth, destined for Carswell AFB, TX. Crashed three miles northeast of Mandeville. Capsule with crew's remains was not found until the beginning of February (Tuesday 2nd), three weeks after the loss. Both crew - LT COL Bruce D. Stocks (pilot) and Major Billy C. Gentry (WSO) - were killed. (Aviation Safety Net)
By 6/96: Capsule to Strategic Air Command Museum, Offutt AFB, NE.
7/97: Trucked to Strategic Air Command Museum, Ashland, NE.

70-2390		F-111F
Ca.2/72: TOS USAF. 
1977: 495th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 48th Tactical Fighter Wing, RAF Lakenheath, England.
4/14/86: Flew in Operation El Dorado Canyon, callsign REMIT 31. Lead aircraft for attack on Al Azziziyah Barracks Compound in Libya. 
8/90: Lead F-111F deployed to Taif, Saudi Arabia on first day of Operation Desert Shield.
8/90 to 2/91: Flew 29 combat sorties in Desert Storm, destroying 58 targets.
3/11/91: Returned to RAF Lakenheath, England.
By 1992: 523rd Fighter Squadron, 27th Fighter Wing, Cannon AFB, NM.
5/14/96: Ferried to USAF Museum, Wright Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.  Marked as when in Desert Storm.

70-2411		F-111F	
3/14/72: TOS USAF. 
1977: 492nd Tactical Fighter Squadron, 48th Tactical Fighter Wing, RAF Lakenheath, England.
8/90 to 2/91: Flew combat missions in Operation Desert Storm.
By 1993: 524th Fighter Squadron, 27th Fighter Wing, Cannon AFB, NM.
7/10/96: AMARC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as FV0287. 
11//22/10: HVF West, Tucson, AZ and scrapped.

72-1450		F-111F				
C.1974: TOS USAF. Assigned to 27th Tactical Fighter Wing, Cannon AFB, NM.
10/4/77: 493rd Tactical Fighter Squadron, 48th Tactical Fighter Wing, RAF Lakenheath, England.
8/90: 494th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 48th Tactical Fighter Wing, RAF Lakenheath, England. 
8/90 to 2/91: Flew combat missions in Operation Desert Storm.
By 1993: 524th Fighter Squadron, 27th Fighter Wing, Cannon AFB, NM.
7/16/96: AMARC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as FV0292.  Held as spare for RAAF F-111s until they were all scrapped.
6/14/10: HVF West, Tucson, AZ and scrapped.






References:

1. Glenn Chatfield.
2. Glenn Chatfield with Information from Peter