Recent Updates to List of USAF Serial Numbers



Last revised March 23, 2019


42-104088	P-38L    A site on the ‘net researched this aircraft’s official data card for the unit assigned, and noted that some sources show the salvage date as 1/8/44 from misreading the British dating method. This was a tough one to research due to the other N38LL (43-50281) confusion.  Indeed, parts of 43-50281 after its crash were used to restore this one in 1995-1998! 
Ca.1944: TOS USAAF.
4/19/44 to 6/25/44: 370th Fighter Group, 9th Air Force, RAF Andover. 
8/1/44: Consigned to salvage in France due to battle damage.
Unknown date: Transported to USA under unknown circumstances.
Unknown date: Dale M. Myers: surplus aircraft dealer.
Unknown date: Inter-State Aircraft Corporation, Kansas City, MO.
1950: Clarence Page/Page Automotive, Yukon, OK, with c/r N5260N. Not flown; stored at Yukon. (When registered the s/n given was 43-21917, but that registration belonged to an A-20G.) Couldn’t find information as to how that occurred.
9/22/52: c/r N5260N cancelled.
11/29/69 to 1973: Gary R. Levitz, Dallas, TX. Aircraft remained in Yukon, OK.
By 1973: Stripped hulk stored. 
1975 to 1977: Confederate Air Force: Remained stored Yukon, OK.
2/18/76 to 2002: Confederate Air Force, Harlingen/Midland, TX with c/r N38LL {2}
9/77:  Airlifted by helicopter from Yukon, OK to England AFB, LA.
9/77: Restoration began.
Unknown date: Transported to Lafayette, LA for further restoration. 
1981 to 1992: Restoration completed at San Marcos, TX. "Scatterbrain Kid II," with Hycon survey nose.
2/28/92: First post-restoration flight.
5/28/94: Crashed, forced landing, Breckenridge, TX.
1995-1998: Rebuild begun at San Marcos, TX.
2000: Moved to Midland, TX partly rebuilt.
9/02: Museum of Flying, Santa Monica, CA.
2003: Jim Frye, Minneapolis, MN.
2003 to 2006: Restored to flying condition at Rialto, CA.
9/30/03: Jack Croul/NPA Holdings LLC, Wilmington DE.
2007: First post-restoration flight.
8/4/08 to current: Paul Allen/Vulcan Warbirds Inc/Flying Heritage Museum, Everett-Paine Field, WA.
2009-2010: Further restoration at Colorado Springs, CO.

43-50281  	P-38L
Ca.1944: TOS USAAF 
Ca.1944: Converted to F-5G-6-LO
Ca.1945: Stored Kingman, AZ.
1946: Fairchild Aerial Surveys, Van Nuys, CA with c/r NX33668.
1949: Intended for Bolivian Air Force but not delivered.
1949 to 1950: Stored Washington National Airport, DC.
1950: Jack P. Hardwick, El Monte, CA with c/r N33668.
1950: Ferried to CA for conversion to survey work with camera nose.
1951 to 1963: Fairchild Aerial Surveys, Los Angeles, CA.
1963: Luther O. Eldridge, Monrovia, CA.
9/63: Darryl G. Greenamyer, Burbank CA.
6/28/65 to 1967: Darryl G. Greenamyer, Burbank CA with c/r N138X.
Raced as #1 Yippie with photo nose.
6/68: Revis Sirmon & Paul A. Fournet, Abbeville LA.
3/5/69: Revis G. Sirmon/Coastal Chemical Co, Abbeville LA with c/r N38LL {1}
Race #1, fighter nose, #38 "Scatterbrain Kid."
10/19/74: Crashed Lafayette, LA, pilot killed.

44-2433		P-39Q
11/14/43: TOS USAAF. Assigned to 369th Fighter Group, Hamilton Field, CA (replacement training unit).
8/30/44 to 11/29/44: Served three air fields in Washington: Moses Lake, Paine Field, last being 436th Base Unit, McChord Field, WA.
11/30/44: War Assets Administration, Ponca City, OK.
By 1946: Ortman & Mighton Aviation Co, Tulsa, OK with c/r NX57591. Raced as #12, Juba
8/31/46: Flown by Charles W. Bing in SOHIO Trophy Event, Cleveland, OH, coming in 7th/last place.
11/4/46: Elizabeth Haas, Scarsdale, NY with c/r N57591. Purchased for $1000. Flew as #12, Galloping Gertie in several races and air shows.
1948: Flown to National Air Races but failed to qualify.
5/1/50: Ferry flight to Bell Plant in Niagara Falls, NY by Elizabeth Haas.
1950: Loaned to National Air Museum, Washington, DC
1950: Ferry flight to Orchard Place Airport, Chicago, IL from Niagara Falls. Transported by ground to Park Ridge, IL for storage. Stored dismantled.
1956: Donated to National Air Museum by Elizabeth Haas.
1965: Transported by ground to National Air Museum, Paul Garber Restoration Facility, Silver Hill, MD.
1969: Loaned to EAA Museum, Hales Corner, WI. Restored to static with USAAF scheme, 42433, Galloping Gertie.
1984: Returned to Paul Garber Facility.
4/20/99: Loaned to Niagara Aerospace Museum, Buffalo, NY.
2013: Niagara Falls Aerospace Museum, Niagara Falls, NY (Museum renamed and moved)
By 6/14: Returned to Paul Garber Facility.

44-3887		P-39Q
Ca.1/44: TOS USAAF.
1944: Converted to RP-39Q two-seat operational training version with armament removed.
Ca.1945: Re-designated TP-39Q.
1946: Declared surplus, stored in Illinois.
1947: Jack B. Hardwick/Hardwick Aircraft Co, El Monte, CA. Transported by truck from Illinois to El Monte, CA.
By 1966: Restored to P-39Q single-seat configuration.
7/66: Ferry flight to United States Air Force Museum, Patterson Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. Flown by Jack Hardwick from El Monte, CA.
7/71: Transported to new museum facility at Wright Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
By 1977: Marked as P-39D flown by Lt. Leslie Spoonts of the 57th Fighter Squadron, Adak Island, during the Aleutians Island campaign.

44-3908		P-39Q
1944: TOS USAAF
1944: Converted to RP-39Q two-seat operational training version with armament removed.
Ca.11/44: Redesignated TP-39Q.
Ca.10/45: War Assets Administration, Altus AB, OK.
4/46: A. T. Shuller, Tulsa, OK with c/r N4829N.
1946: Hoyt Scott, Bristol, IL.
1947: W. H. Ostenberg, Scotts Bluff, NE. Rebuilt to single-seat for racing, using modified P-63 cowlings and windscreen. 
By 1950: Marked as race #12 for Cleveland races but did not fly in them.
1950: Paul Eddy, Fostoria, OH.
1954: Archie Baldocchi, San Salvador, El Salvador.
1954: Ben Widtfeldt, Hayward, CA. Ferried plane from El Salvador to Hayward, CA.
Ca.1955: Registered N40A.
1957: Ellis D. Ed Weiner, Long Beach, CA. Ben Widtfeldt ferried plane to Long Beach.
1959 to 1971: WFU, stored Orange County, CA.
1963: Robert M. Lindquist, Santa Ana, CA.
1963: Donald D. Randall, Santa Ana, CA.
4/24/70: Certificate of Airworthiness.
1971: Mira Slovak, Van Nuys, CA. Transported by ground to Van Nuys.
1971-1972: Restored, rebuilt as race plane.
9/72: First post-restoration flight.  Marked as race #21, Mr. Mennen. Flew to Reno but disqualified from racing due to late arrival.
7/29/75: Ed Messick and Larry Irvine/Rebco Inc, San Antonio, TX. (with Confederate Air Force).
By 1976: Gun barrels installed, TP-39Q ventral strake and dorsal fin removed. Painted as P-400 with camouflage.
9/76: Raced at Reno as #39.
10/2/79: Certificate of Airworthiness.
10/81: Preston Parish/Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum, Kalamazoo, MI.
1/4/82: Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum, Portage, MI.  Markings BW146, 20, shark mouth added.
5/5/15: c/r N40A cancelled.

44-26761		P-38L
Ca.1944: TOS USAAF.
Ca.1944: Converted to F-5G.
1/23/46: Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Kingman, AZ for storage.
By 10/47: Stored Surplus Depot, Altus, OK.
10/27/47: Everett L. Moore, Tulsa, OK with c/r NL5054N. Purchased from war assets for $800. 
2/3/48: Clark L. Smith, Cumberland, PA with c/r N5054N.
7/49: Luis Struck/Cia. Mexicana Aerofoto SA, Mexico City, Mexico.
8/15/51: Kenting Aerial Surveys, Toronto, Ontario with c/r CF-GKE.
8/51: Ferried from Mexico City to Toronto.
7/4/52: Spartan Air Services, Ltd, Ottawa, Ontario.
8/10/54: Damaged in wheels up landing, Whitehorse, Yukon.
1/31/55: Aircraft repaired, registration renewed.
5/28/56: Hycon Aerial Surveys, Ontario, CA with c/r N6190C.
7/3/56: Certificate of Airworthiness, N6190C.
1958: Cartwright Aerial Surveys, Sacramento, CA.
12/59: WFU, stored Las Vegas, NV until 1961.
12/28/60: Bruce & Gunn, Inc, Ft. Worth-Redbird, TX.
11/26/62: Kucera & Associates, Inc, Cleveland, OH.  Survey contract in Bolivia, Colombia, Paraguay.
1/5/65: Damaged when left main gear accidentally raised while parked at Presidente Stroessner/Silvio Pettirossi Airport, Ascuncion, Paraguay.
1/65 to 1972: WFU, abandoned in open storage at Ascuncion, Paraguay.
1/26/68: Ronald Bryant, Jacksonville, FL. Aircraft remained in Paraguay.
2/20/68: I.N. Junior Burchinall, Paris, TX. Aircraft remained in Paraguay.
4/21/70: Certificate of Airworthiness, N6190C.
8/19/70: William E. Padden/Aero-Tech West, Los Angeles, CA. Aircraft remained in Paraguay.
1972: Robert Diemert, Carman, Manitoba. Recovered from Presidente Stroessner Airport, Ascuncion, Paraguay, and shipped dismantled to Richmond, VA.  Both tail booms were cut off behind the engines to facilitate movement.
1/4/73: c/r N6190C cancelled due Canadian purchase.
1974: Dick Lambert, Plainfield, IL. Stored dismantled at Lambert’s private airfield.
7/23/81: Kermit A. Weeks, Tamiami, FL.
3/3/82: Weeks Air Museum, Inc, Polk City, FL with c/r N2897S. 
3/3/82: Registered to World’s Greatest Aircraft Collection, Polk City, FL.
1992: Damaged during Hurricane Andrew.
2000: Based at Fantasy of Flight, Polk City, FL.  Displayed dismantled as recovered from Paraguay.
By 5/13: Stored at Golden Hill Storage Facility with WGA.

44-53087		P-38L
6/45: TOS USAAF. 
1945: Saw brief action in WWI as a fighter in Pacific theatre.
Ca.7/45: Converted to P-38M night fighter but never used in that role.
12/28/45: Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Kingman, AZ.
3/25/46: Forrest M. Bird/Bird Airways, Long Beach, CA, with c/r N62887 for $1250.
6/13/46: David A. Bishop, Green Bay, WI. 
8/14/46: Ralph B. Lenz, de Pere, WI. 
5/26/47: R. C. Allmon, Wichita, KS. 
6/18/47: Registered NL62887. 
6/28/48: George L. Harte/Harte Flying Service, Denton TX/Sedgwick County, KS. 
12/26/51: Spartan Air Services Ltd, Ottawa, ON.  Installed bubble survey nose for mapping duties.
1/52: Ferry flight Denton, TX to Ottawa, ON. 
5/29/52: Registered CF-GDS. 
4/19/53: Gear collapsed landing and veered off runway into snow bank, Seven Islands, QUE. 
6/53: Ferried to Ottawa for repairs. 
5/23/56: Hycon Aerial Surveys Inc, Ontario, CA, with c/r N1107V. 
5/12/58: Vern W. Cartwright/Cartwright Aerial Surveys, Sacramento, CA. 
9/59: Cartwright Aerial Surveys, Caracas, Venezuela, with c/r YV-C-BAR. 
4/60: Cartwright Aerial Surveys, Sacramento, CA, with c/r N1107V. 
9/12/61: Marvin L. Gardner and Lloyd P. Nolan/Lightning Co, Mercedes, TX. (With Confederate AF)
4/3/64: Robert H. Kucera/Kucera Associates Inc, Cleveland, OH. For survey operations in South America. 
1/12/67: A. G. Wilson/Al Wilson Flight Training Center, Kansas City, KS. 
3/22/67: Mark Hurd Aerial Surveys, Santa Barbara, CA. 
1967: WFU, open storage in Santa Barbara, CA. 
2/23/68: Wilson Flight Training Center, Kansas City, KS. Operated on survey contract, South America. 
7/3/69: Peter W. Kahn/Corporate Air Motive, San Jose, CA. 
5/31/71: Peter W. Kahn, Danville, IL, with c/r N3800L. 
6/71 to 7/15/71: Restored; Fitted with P-38E nose, ex-MGM Studio, CA.
7/15/71: Certificate of Airworthiness. 
3/27/73: Jack Flaherty/Flaherty Factors, Monterey, CA.
9/4/73: Wilson C. Edwards, Big Spring, TX. 
7/12/81: EAA Aviation Foundation Inc, Oshkosh, WI. 
By 1989: Restored and displayed with EAA Museum as Richard Bong’s “Marge.”
1989: Reported still airworthy.

44-53095		P-38L
Ca. 6/45: TOS USAAF
Ca. 7/45: Converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter.
1946: To R. A. Wardell & Richard W. Martin, Jacksboro, OR with c/r NL67745.
1948: TOS Fuerza Aerea Hondureña (Honduran Air Force) with s/n FAH-503.
7/54: Re-serialed FAH-506.
2/2/60: Bob Bean Aircraft, Blythe, CA with c/r N9005R.
1960 to 1970: Placed in open storage at Blythe, CA still in FAH markings.
1969: William Ross, Elk Grove Village, IL.
1970: Ferry flight Blyth, CA to DuPage County Airport, West Chicago, IL.
1/2/70: Certificate of Airworthiness.
By 1975: flew as "453095 Der Gabelschwanz Teufel"
11/86 to 2002: Air-SRV/Robert L. Waltrip, Houston, TX
1988 to 2006: Displayed with Lone Star Flight Museum, Galveston, TX.
Ca.1990: Flies as Putt Putt Maru/100
5/4/97: Damaged in ground accident at Galveston, TX; repaired.
3/10/06: Thomas Blair/ Southern Aircraft Leasing/ Spitfire USA Ltd/ Air-SRV Delaware LLC, Gaithersburg MD & Kissimmee FL.
4/06: Delivered Galveston to Kissimmee, FL
11/6/08: Dan & Tom Freidkin/ Comanche Warbirds LLC, Houston, TX with c/r N38TF.
11/18/08: Delivered to Houston from Kissimmee.
2009: Restored and repainted as 120/Thoughts of Midnite
2011: Comanche Fighters LLC, Houston, TX.

44-53232		P-38L
7/21/45: TOS USAAF.
7/45: Converted to F-5 at Dallas Modification Center, TX.
8/45: San Antonio Air Depot, TX.
9/45: Kelly AAF Base, TX.
2/16/46: Reconstruction Finance Corp, Kingman, AZ.
1946: John Yandell with c/r NX66678. Raced as #11, Country Boy II.
1947: James L. Bledsoe, Miami, FL, continued as #11, City Slicker.
3/49: TOS Fuerza Aerea Hondureña (Honduran Air Force) with s/n FAH-505.
3/31/60: Bob Bean Aircraft, Blythe, CA with c/r N66678.
1960: c/r N9003R reserved but ntu.
1960: Ferried from Honduras to Kelly AFB, TX. WFU.
1961: Virgil Kauffmann Foundation, Philadelphia, PA. Kaufmann was President of Aero Service Corp and wanted to donate a P-38 to the USAFM. He exchanged modified long-nosed survey aircraft N90813 for Bob Bean’s plane and both donated the aircraft to the USAFM.
5/27/61: Ferry flight to USAF Museum, Patterson Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
By 1969: Painted and marked as Marked as P-38J-10-LO 42-67885 flown by 2nd Lt. Royal D. Frey with the 55th Fighter Squadron based at Wittering, England.
10/17/70: Transported to new Museum at Wright Field, Wright Patterson AFB, OH.

44-53236		P-38L
7/19//45: TOS USAAF.
1945 to 1948: Operated at airfields in Delaware, Ohio, and Florida.
9/18/47: TOS USAF.
12/48: SOC.
12/48: The Richard I. Bong American Legion Post No. 435 of Superior, WI requested a surplus P-38 with which to create a memorial to Bong. 
12/7/48: Ferried to Duluth, MN Army Air Field by pilot Don Lopez, formally of the 23rd Fighter Group. 
7/49: Towed to Poplar, WI and stored on the main street. While displayed there many items in the cockpit were stolen for souvenirs. Later moved to Richard I. Bong Memorial in Poplar.
1955: Restored, markings applied 2103993. Later restored as Richard Bong’s 423964 “Marge.”
5/55: Mounted on poles at Poplar, WI.
5/22/55: Memorial dedicated by retired General George Kenney.
12/94: Removed from pylons and transported to Duluth ANG Base, MN.
1995: Restoration began by 148th Fighter Wing of Minnesota ANG at Duluth, under direction of Lt. Col. Bill Bordson. 
9/18/97: Restoration completed after 16,000 volunteer hours, restored as Richard Bong’s “Marge.”
1997 to 2002: Loaned to American Wings Museum, Anoka County, Blaine, MN, while new heritage center was being built in Superior, WI.  
6/25/02: Richard I. Bong Veteran’s Historical Center, Superior, WI. 
9/24/02: Ribbon-cutting ceremony with rededication by ferry pilot Don Lopez.

44-53254		P-38L		
Ca.7/45: TOS USAAF.
Ca.7/45 Converted to F-5G at Dallas Modification Center, TX.
10/45: War Assets Administration, Kingman AAF, AZ.
2/20/46: Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Kingman AAF, AZ
4/46: Lilee Products, Chicago, IL with c/r N25Y Purchased for $1500.
9/46: J. D. Reed Co, Houston, TX. Modified plane with fighter nose and clipped wings. Raced as #14, Sky Ranger
1953: Hugh Wells, Baltimore, MD.
1957: WFU, open storage at Clinton, MD.
1962: Sylvan Lair and Vernon Thorpe, Yukon, OK
1963: Marvin L.”Lefty” Gardner/Lloyd P. Nolan, Confederate Air Force, Mercedes, TX.
1/1/70: Certificate of Airworthiness.
1972: Joe Henderson/CAF, Brownwood, TX. Raced as #25.
1977: Marvin L.”Lefty” Gardner, Harlingen Austin, TX. Raced as #25, White Lightnin’.
9/77 to 2001: Raced as #13.
6/25/01: Crashed near Greenwood, MS airport during ferry flight from Tullahoma, TN to Harlingen, TX while approaching Greenwood to refuel.  Left engine backfired, ran roughly, and the cockpit filled with thick smoke. With reduced cockpit visibility, and a need to get the aircraft on the ground as soon as possible, the pilot chose a cotton field for a forced landing. Postcrash examination of the left engine revealed the supercharger sustained an internal compressor wheel failure that shot compressor blade pieces through the supercharger housing and the fuel feed line. High pressure 100 octane fuel spewed inside the left engine nacelle, ignited, and caused the in-flight fire. (NTSB)
7/01: WFU, stored on wheels at Burnet, TX.
2001: Moved to Stinson Airfield, San Antonio, TX. Repairs started, but offered for sale before completed.
2004: Flying Red Bulls Collection, Salzburg, Austria.
2004: Moved from Stinson Airfield, San Antonio, TX, to Breckenridge, TX for restoration to flight.
5/28/08: Certificate of Airworthiness.
6/2/08: First post-restoration flight, flown at Breckenridge by Steve Hinton.
Ca.1/09: Transported from Florida to Hamburg on Dutch cargo ship Flintereems.
3/9/09: Ferry flight Hamburg to Salzburg in 88 minutes.
11/9/09: Aircraft Guaranty Corp Trustee, Onalaska, TX.  Based with Red Bull, Salzburg Airport, Salzburg, Salzburg.
44-26981		P-38L
Ca.1944: TOS USAAF as P-38L. 
Ca.1944: Converted to F-5G.
Ca. 1945: War Assets Administration, Kingman, AZ.
3/22/46: Aero Exploration Co., Tulsa, OK for $1250.
5/10/46: Registered NX53752. Converted for survey work.
4/16/47: Certificate of Airworthiness.
1948: Re-registered N53752.
1949: WFU at Tulsa, OK.
12/6/51: Spartan Air Services, Ltd, Ottawa, ONT with c/r CF-GCH.
12/51: Ferry permit, ferried from Tulsa to Ottawa.
6/10/52: Canadian Certificate of Airworthiness.
5/3/53: During high altitude photographic survey of Duluth, MN area, gear collapsed on landing Duluth.
5/53: Ferried Duluth to Ottawa for repairs.
2/22/54: Certificate of Airworthiness.
5/28/56: Hycon Manufacturing Co./Hycon Aerial Surveys, Ontario, CA with c/r N5596V
1259: WFU, open storage Las Vegas, NV.
6/25/62: Don. E. May, Phoenix, AZ.
6/19/63: Ben W. Widtfeldt/ Desert Aviation Inc, Phoenix, AZ.
9/9/63: Aero Enterprises, La Porte, IN.
11/11/63: Laurel Walsh, Birmingham, MI.
12/6/63: J. W. Bohmier/ New London Airport, New London, PA.
11/2/64: Jim Cullen/ Westair Co, Westminster, CO.
9/9/65: Troy G. Hawkins, Wichita Falls, TX.
4/20/67: L. James Ausland/ Sports Air Inc, Seattle, WA.
4/20/68: William E. Padden, Los Angeles, CA.
8/19/70: I. N. "Junior" Burchinall, Paris, TX.
5/23/71: Gear collapsed when struck a vehicle when ran off runway landing, Paris-Flying Tiger Field, TX.
1971 to 1979: Wreck stripped for parts at Paris, TX
4/2/73: Wreck purchased by David M. Boyd/ Eagle Aviation, Tulsa, OK
4/1/79: John P. Silberman, Key West, FL.
1979 to 1985: Restored at Live Oaks, FL. Used parts from F-5G 44-26996.
9/85: First post-restoration flight. Tail “985.”
10/89: Museum of Flying, Santa Monica, CA.
1990: Restored with fighter nose, tail “7985”.
5/20/90: William Lyons/ Martin Aviation, Santa Ana CA. Flew as Miss Invasion Stripes.
8/92: Damaged during belly landing. Repaired.
11/6/95: David Price/ Liberty Aero Corp/ Museum of Flying, Santa Monica, CA.
1998-2002: Restored at Museum of Flying hangar, Mojave, CA.
2/6/02: First post-restoration flight.
9/02: Commemorative Air Force, Midland, TX.
5/27/05: Jack Croul/ Vintage Fighters Inc, Chino, CA.
2/7/06: Vintage Fighters LLC, Sun Valley, ID, with c/r N7723C. Flies as 426981/981, Honey Bunny

 42-1216 BT-13A MSN 7861. In September 2000 based at 
Commemorative Air Force-Heart of America Wing, 
Olathe, Kansas. Registered N56665 on August 15, 
2012 to Alj Engines Supply Inc at Miami and 
cancelled on November 26, 2013 on export to 
Brazil. Currently in storage at Museu TAM São 
Carlos, São Paulo. 
43-16092 C-47A-90-DL Skytrain MSN 20558. In June 1960 registered as N535M 
with Ohio Oil International of Libya and in July 
1971 with Continental Oil Corporation, Houston, 
Texas. Stored at Luqa, Malta after April 1979 
following damage by gunfire in Iran. Registration 
cancelled in August 1987. 
43-48221 C-47A-30-DK MSN 14037/25482. To Cleveland Detroit Flying 
Service Llc, Solvang, California on September 5, 
2018. 
43-49230 C-47B-10-DK MSN 26491. In 1958 operated by Indian Airlines 
Corporation as VT-CEB. 
50-1545 L-19E Bird Dog MSN 21950. Currently an instructional airframe as 
3A-CD at Bundesfachschule für Flugtechnik, 
Langenlebarn. 
51-7477 L-19A Bird Dog MSN 22211. Preserved as 3A-CO at Fliegerhorst 
Zeltweg and noted pole-mounted there in August 
2018. 
57-6023 L-19E Bird Dog MSN 23937. The fuselage of this former Austrian 
Air Force L-19E 3A-BK has been stored since 
October 1994 with the Museum Fahrzeug-Technik- 
Luftfahrt at Bad Ischl. 
61-0277 KC-135A-BN Stratotanker MSN18184. As KC-135R active in 1996 with 22nd 
Air Refuelling Squadron at Mountain Home AFB, 
Idaho. Current with 117th Air Refuelling Squadron/190th Air Refuelling Wing Kansas ANG. 
62-1933 UH-1B-BF Iroquois MSN 453. To N59HP on May 1, 1996 with Albert 
C. Hansen, Mojave, California and still current. 
63-8004 KC-135A-BN Stratotanker MSN 18621. In 1991 active with 92nd Air 
Refuelling Squadron at Fairchild AFB, 
Washington. Converted to KC-135R and active in 
1996 with 22nd Air Refuelling Squadron at 
Mountain Home AFB, Idaho. 
63-8735 UH-1B-BF Iroquois MSN 960. To Fuerza Aérea Uruguaya as 065 and 
withdrawn from use in 1993. 
68-15446 UH-1H-BF Iroquois MSN 10376. In May 2009 stored at Felker AAF, 
Fort Eustis, Virginia. 
71-21023 AH-1G-BF Cobra MSN 21094. Converted to AH-1S and on display in 
October 2018 at the All Flags Heritage Park, Camp 
Robinson, Arkansas. 
72-21348 OH-58A Kiowa MSN 42014. Noted as instructional airframe at the 
State Technical College of Missouri, Linn, Missouri 
in August 2018. 
73-21718 UH-1H-BH Iroquois MSN 13406. As UH-1V on display in October 2018 
at the All Flags Heritage Park, Camp Robinson, 
Arkansas. 
77-0231 A-10A Thunderbolt II MSN 0156. Delivered to 81st Tactical Fighter Wing 
at RAF Bentwaters, Suffolk on May 3, 1979. 
77-0265 A-10A Thunderbolt II MSN 0190. Active in June 1980 with 81st Tactical 
Fighter Wing at RAF Woodbridge, Suffolk. To 
AMARC as AC0179 on May 21, 1993. 
79-0057 F-15C-25-MC Eagle MSN 0602/C126. In October 2018 transferred from 
194th Fighter Squadron California Air National 
Guard to 159th Fighter Squadron Florida Air 
National Guard. 
79-0433 KC-10A Extender MSN 48200. First flight on July 12, 1980 as 
N110KC with McDonnell Douglas Corporation. To 
USAF on October 1, 1981 and active in May 1982 
with 2nd Bomb Wing at Barksdale AFB, Louisiana. 
In 2006 active with 305th Air Mobility Wing at 
McGuire AFB, New Jersey and named “Bossier 
Eagle”. 
80-0167 A-10A Thunderbolt II MSN 517. As A-10C Thunderbolt II active in 
January 2019 with 25th Fighter Squadron at Osan 
Air Base, South Korea. 
80-0185 A-10A Thunderbolt II MSN 0535. As A-10C Thunderbolt II active in 
November 2017 with 66th WPS at Nellis Air Force 
Base, Nevada. 
80-0639 F-16A Block 15A MSN 9E-1. Delivered to Egyptian Air Force as 
9301 on January 15, 1982. 
80-1079 U-2S MSN Article 079. Still active in January 2019 with 
99th RS at Beale AFB, California. 
81-0956 A-10A Thunderbolt II MSN A10-0651. Active with 91st Tactical Fighter 
Squadron/81st Tactical Fighter Wing at RAF 
Woodbridge in January 1987. Converted to OA- 
10A and with 81st Fighter Squadron/52nd Fighter 
Wing at Spangdahlem in May 1998. Current as 
A-10C with 354th Fighter Squadron/355th Fighter 
Wing at Davis-Monthan AFB, Arizona. 
81-0962 A-10A Thunderbolt II MSN A10-0657. Active in September 1983 with 
91st Tactical Fighter Squadron/81st Tactical Fighter 
Wing at RAF Woodbridge. In May 1994 active with 
510th Fighter Squadron/52nd Fighter Wing at 
Spangdahlem. Converted to A-10C and active in 
October 2013 with 354th Fighter Squadron/355th 
Wing at Davis-Monthan AFB, Arizona. 
83-1159 F-16C Block 25B MSN 5C-42. Named “Batman” with 363rd Tactical 
Fighter Wing based at Al Dhafra AB, United Arab 
Emirates in Operation Desert Storm and completed 
45 missions. 
83-24145 C-12D Huron MSN BP-34. Active in April 1986 with Texas 
Army National Guard. 
84-1213 F-16C Block 25C MSN 5C-50. Named “Tasmanian Devil” with 363rd 
Tactical Fighter Wing based at Al Dhafra AB, 
United Arab Emirates in Operation Desert Storm 
and completed 47 missions. 
84-1223 F-16C Block 25C MSN 5C-60. Active with 17th Tactical Fighter 
Squadron based at Al Dhafra AB, United Arab 
Emirates in Operation Desert Storm and completed 
49 missions. 
84-1241 F-16C Block 25C MSN 5C-78. Named “Hooters Standards” with 
363rd Tactical Fighter Wing based at Al Dhafra 
AB, United Arab Emirates in Operation Desert 
Storm and completed 46 missions. 
84-1257 F-16C Block 25D MSN 5C-94. Active with 363rd Tactical Fighter 
Wing based at Al Dhafra AB, United Arab 
Emirates in Operation Desert Storm and completed 
49 missions. 
84-1261 F-16C Block 25D MSN 5C-98. Named “Blood Storm” with 363rd 
Tactical Fighter Wing based at Al Dhafra AB, 
United Arab Emirates in Operation Desert Storm 
and completed 40 missions. 
84-1265 F-16C Block 25D MSN 5C-102. Named “Wild Child” with 363rd 
Tactical Fighter Wing based at Al Dhafra AB, 
United Arab Emirates in Operation Desert Storm 
and completed 47 missions. 
84-1267 F-16C Block 25D MSN 5C-104.Named “Feel Lucky” in Operation 
Desert Storm 
84-1281 F-16C Block 25D MSN 5C-118. Named “Hammer Time” with 363rd 
Tactical Fighter Wing based at Al Dhafra AB, 
United Arab Emirates in Operation Desert Storm 
and completed 46 missions. 
84-1324 F-16D Block 25D MSN 5D-18. Active in July 2018 with 309th 
Fighter Squadron at Luke AFB, Arizona. 
85-1406 F-16C Block 25F MSN 5C-186. Active in May 2005 with 134th 
Fighter Squadron/158th Fighter Wing Vermont Air 
National Guard. 
85-1420 F-16C Block 25F MSN 5C-200. Named “Code One Candy” with 
363rd Tactical Fighter Wing based at Al Dhafra 
AB, United Arab Emirates in Operation Desert 
Storm and completed 56 missions. 
85-1474 F-16C Block 30A MSN 5C-254. Active in January 2016 with 457th 
Fighter Squadron Texas Air National Guard. 
86-0147 F-15C-41-MC Eagle MSN 0993/C375. Active in September 1995 with 
493rd Fighter Squadron/48th Fighter Wing at RAF 
Lakenheath, Suffolk and still assigned until at least 
February 2010. Current with 194th Fighter 
Squadron California Air National Guard. 
86-0178 F-15C-42-MC Eagle MSN 1029/C406. Active since February 1994 with 
493rd Fighter Squadron/48th Fighter Wing, RAF 
Lakenheath, Suffolk. 
86-0309 F-16C Block 30D MSN 5C-415. In October 2018 transferred from 
134th Fighter Squadron Vermont Air National 
Guard to 119th Fighter Squadron New Jersey Air 
National Guard. 
91-0300 F-15E-51-MC Strike Eagle MSN 1207/E165. On August 21, 1992 delivered to 
the 48th Fighter Wing, RAF Lakenheath, Suffolk. 
91-0301 F-15E-51-MC Strike Eagle MSN 1208/E166. On August 3, 1992 delivered to 
the 48th Fighter Wing, RAF Lakenheath, Suffolk. 
91-0302 F-15E-51-MC Strike Eagle MSN 1209/E167. On August 3, 1992 delivered to 
the 48th Fighter Wing, RAF Lakenheath, Suffolk. 
91-0303 F-15E-51-MC Strike Eagle MSN 1210/E168. On August 21, 1992 delivered to 
the 48th Fighter Wing, RAF Lakenheath, Suffolk. 
91-0320 F-15E-52-MC Strike Eagle MSN 1227/E185. On December 17, 1992 delivered 
to the 48th Fighter Wing, RAF Lakenheath, 
Suffolk. 
91-0321 F-15E-52-MC Strike Eagle MSN 1228/E186. On December 17, 1992 delivered 
to the 48th Fighter Wing, RAF Lakenheath, 
Suffolk. 
91-0362 F-16C Block 52D MSN CC-60. Active in 1996 with 389th Fighter 
Squadron/366th Wing at Mountain Home AFB, 
Idaho. As F-16CM active in July 2006 with 16th 
Weapons Squadron at Nellis AFB, Nevada. 
91-0370 F-16C Block 52D MSN CC-68. Active in 1996 with 389th Fighter 
Squadron/366th Wing at Mountain Home AFB, 
Idaho. As F-16CM active in March 2007 with 157th 
Fighter Squadron South Carolina ANG. 
91-0392 F-16C Block 52D MSN CC-90. Active in 1996 with 389th Fighter 
Squadron/366th Wing at Mountain Home AFB, 
Idaho. 
91-0393 F-16C Block 52D MSN CC-91. Active in 1996 with 389th Fighter 
Squadron/366th Wing at Mountain Home AFB, 
Idaho. As F-16CM active in November 2006 with 
157th Fighter Squadron South Carolina ANG. 
91-0403 F-16CM-50-CF MSN CC-101. Active in February 2019 with 480th 
Fighter Squadron/52nd Fighter Wing at 
Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany. 
91-0473 F-16D Block 52D MSN CD-28. Active in 1996 with 389th Fighter 
Squadron/366th Wing at Mountain Home AFB, 
Idaho. As F-16DM active in February 2003 with 
16th Weapons Squadron at Nellis AFB, Nevada. 
91-0475 F-16D Block 52D MSN CD-30. Active in 1996 with 389th Fighter 
Squadron/366th Wing at Mountain Home AFB, 
Idaho. As F-16DM active in February 2003 with 
16th Weapons Squadron at Nellis AFB, Nevada. 
92-3882 F-16C Block 52P MSN CC-124. Active in 1996 with 389th Fighter 
Squadron/366th Wing at Mountain Home AFB, 
Idaho. As F-16CM active in February 2003 with 
16th Weapons Squadron at Nellis AFB, Nevada. 
92-3885 F-16C Block 52P MSN CC-127. Active in 1996 with 389th Fighter 
Squadron/366th Wing at Mountain Home AFB, 
Idaho. As F-16CM active in November 2006 with 
157th Fighter Squadron South Carolina ANG. 
92-3889 F-16C Block 52P MSN CC-131. Active in 1996 with 389th Fighter 
Squadron/366th Wing at Mountain Home AFB, 
Idaho. As F-16CM active in March 2007 with 157th 
Fighter Squadron South Carolina ANG. 
92-26466 HH-60G Pave Hawk MSN 701891. Active in February 2016 with 210th 
Rescue Squadron/176th Wing Alaska ANG and 
written off on March15, 2018. 
93-0541 F-16C Block 52Q MSN CC-176. Active in 1996 with 389th Fighter 
Squadron/366th Wing at Mountain Home AFB, 
Idaho. As F-16CM active in March 2007 with 157th 
Fighter Squadron South Carolina ANG. 
93-0545 F-16C Block 52Q MSN CC-180. Active in 1996 with 389th Fighter 
Squadron/366th Wing at Mountain Home AFB, 
Idaho. As F-16CM active in November 2006 with 
157th Fighter Squadron South Carolina ANG. 
93-00700 RC-12P MSN FE-35. Active in August 2018 with 204th 
Military Intelligence Battalion. 
06-07021 AH-64D Longbow Apache MSN DUS021. Active in 2012 with 1-501 Avn at 
Biggs Army Air Field, Texas and in 2013 with 3- 
159th Avn. 
15-5169 F-35A Lightning II MSN AF-144. Active in March 2018 with 63rd 
Fighter Squadron at Luke AFB, Arizona. 
15-5189 F-35A Lightning II MSN AF-164. Active in November 2018 with 
308th Fighter Squadron at Luke AFB, Arizona. 
15-5194 F-35A Lightning II MSN AF-169. Active in October 2018 with 466th 
Fighter Squadron/388th Fighter Wing at Hill AFB, 
Utah. 
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 43-15329 C-47A-80-DL Skytrain MSN 19795. Fuselage of DO-5 delivered to the 
Keski-Suomen Ilmailumuseo at Tikkakoski on 
November 15, 2018. 
45-1064 C-47B-50-DK Skytrain MSN 17067/34334. To French Air Force as 
34334 and in December 1964 to Burkina Faso 
Air Force as XT-MAA and withdrawn from use 
there in 1980. 
51-6023 F-86D-30-NA Sabre MSN 173-167. With Japan Air Self-Defence 
Force as 94-8146 and noted on display at Hijiri 
Aviation Museum, Omi-mura in November 2018. 
51-7500 T-28A Trojan MSN 174-353. In June 2012 the fuselage was on 
display on a trailer by Olympic Flight Museum, 
Olympia, Washington. 
53-3477 T-29C MSN 431. Cockpit noted in October 2018 at the 
Aviation Cadet Museum, Eureka Springs, 
Arkansas. 
53-5818 T-33A-1-LO MSN 580-9219. In January 1986 active with 48th 
Fighter Interceptor Squadron at Langley AFB, 
Virginia. 
54-1551 T-33A-1-LO MSN 580-9182. With Japan Air Self-Defence 
Force as 51-5639 and noted in November 2018 on 
display at the Harada Air Park, Kawaguchiko. 
54-2733 T-37A-CE MSN 40009. Noted as GT-37A at Sheppard 
Technical Training Centre, Texas named “City of 
Comanche” in May 1986. 
56-1697 T-33A-1-LO MSN 580-1047. In January 1986 active with 48th 
Fighter Interceptor Squadron at Langley AFB, 
Virginia. 
56-3670 T-33A-5-LO MSN 580-1154. In January 1986 active with 48th 
Fighter Interceptor Squadron at Langley AFB, 
Virginia. 
57-0592 T-33A-5-LO MSN 580-1241. In January 1986 active with 95th 
Fighter Interceptor Training Squadron/325th 
Fighter Weapons Wing at Tyndall AFB, Florida. 
57-0767 T-33A-5-LO MSN 580-1416. In January 1986 active with 84th 
Fighter Interceptor Training Squadron at Castle 
AFB, California. 
57-1445 KC-135A-BN Stratotanker MSN 17516. As KC-135E active with Ohio Air 
National Guard's 160th Air Refuelling Group during 
Operation Desert Storm in 1992. In June 2008 
active with 141st Air Refuelling Squadron/ 108th 
Air Refuelling Wing New Jersey ANG. 
57-1514 KC-135A-BN Stratotanker MSN 17585. To USAF on December 27, 1958. 
Converted in November 1979 to KC-135R and 
active in October 2008 with 128th Air Refuelling 
Wing Wisconsin ANG. 
58-0513 T-33A-5-LO MSN 580-1482. In June 1981 active with 84th 
Fighter Interceptor Training Squadron at Castle 
AFB, California. 
58-0532 T-33A-5-LO MSN 580-1581. In April 1983 active with 84th 
Fighter Interceptor Training Squadron at Castle 
AFB, California. 
58-0613 T-33A-5-LO MSN 580-1582. In January 1986 active with 48th 
Fighter Interceptor Squadron at Langley AFB, 
Virginia. To Fuerza Aérea Mexicana as 4046 and 
preserved in November 2013 at Gran Bosque 
Urbano, Saltillo. 
58-0623 T-33A-5-LO MSN 580-1592. Written off on November 24, 
1980 
58-0703 T-33A-5-LO MSN 580-1672. In January 1986 active with 84th 
Fighter Interceptor Training Squadron at Castle 
AFB, California. 
59-1446 KC-135A-BN Stratotanker MSN 17934. Converted to KC-15R and active in 
May 1990 with 905th Air Refuelling Squadron 
/319th Bomb Wing at Grand Forks AFB. Noted in 
2000 with 153d Air Refuelling Squadron Mississippi 
Air National Guard at Key Field ANG Base. Active 
in January 2016 with 132nd Air Refuelling Squadron/101st Air Refuelling Wing Maine Air 
National Guard 
59-1509 KC-135A-BN Stratotanker MSN 17997. Converted to KC-15R and active in 
July 2015 with 151st Air Refuelling Squadron/134th 
Air Refuelling Wing Tennessee ANG at McGhee 
Tyson ANG Base. 
61-0005 B-52H-165-BW MSN 464432. Active in January 2018 with 69th 
Bomb Squadron/5th Bomb Wing at Minot AFB, 
North Dakota. 
61-0009 B-52H-165-BW MSN 464436. Active in November 1974 with 644th 
Bomb Squadron/410th Bomb Wing at K.I. Sawyer 
AFB, Michigan and named “Great Eagle of the 
North”. 
62-1895 UH-1B-BF Iroquois MSN 415. To Fuerza Aerea Panamena as FAP-115 
in 1976. 
62-2076 UH-1B-BF Iroquois MSN 596. To Fuerza Aerea Panamena as FAP-112 
in 1976. 
62-4299 F-105D-31-RE Thunderchief MSN D498. In July 2018 transferred from Travis 
AFB to Veterans Memorial Museum, Chehalis, 
Washington. 
63-7491 F-4C-18-MC Phantom MSN 491. Active with 199th Fighter Interceptor 
Squadron Hawaii ANG at Hickham AFB and named 
“Ua'u Kani”.Noted as GF-4C at Sheppard Technical 
Training Centre, Texas in May 1986. 
63-7699 F-4C-21-MC Phantom MSN 839. Active in 1977 with 170th Tactical 
Fighter Squadron/183rd Tactical Fighter Group 
Illinois ANG and named “Red Baron”. 
64-1000 RF-4C-20-MC Phantom MSN 665. Noted as GRF-4C named “City of 
Marlow” at Sheppard Technical Training Centre, 
Texas in May 1986. 
64-13639 UH-1H Iroquois MSN 4346. Registered as N676TH on July 20, 2012 
with Timberline Helicopters Inc, Sandpoint, Idaho, 
but cancelled on December 17, 2018 on export to 
South Africa. 
66-16706 UH-1D-BF Iroquois MSN 8900. Noted as UH-1H 16706 on display in 
the grounds of Pohang University, Pohang, South 
Korea in December 2018. 
67-14669 OV-10A-35-NH Bronco MSN 305A-77. Active in January 1986 with 22nd 
Tactical Air Support Squadron at Wheeler AFB, 
Hawaii. To Philippines Air Force in 1997. 
67-14677 OV-10A-40-NH Bronco MSN 305A-85. Active in January 1986 with 22nd 
Tactical Air Support Squadron at Wheeler AFB, 
Hawaii. 
67-16358 OH-6A Cayuse MSN 0473. Registration N6249X cancelled on 
December 13, 2018. 
67-16778 TH-55A Osage MSN 0885. Registered as N488MC and cancelled on 
December 15, 2018. 
68-0377 F-4E-38-MC Phantom MSN 3456. Active with South Korean Air Force as 
80-377 but withdrawn from use in April 2010. 
68-0516 F-4E-41-MC Phantom MSN 3709. In May 1986 active with 163rd Tactical 
Fighter Squadron Indiana ANG and named “Karen” 
and “Phantom Porker Unlimited”. 
68-7971 OA-37B Dragonfly MSN 43118. Active in May 1986 with 169th Tactical 
Air Support Squadron Illinois ANG and to Fuerza 
Aérea Colombiana as FAC2175. 
69-6192 A-7D-3-CV Corsair II MSN D-022. Instructional airframe GA-7D at 
Sheppard Technical Training Centre, Texas in May 
1986 and named “City of Walters”. 
69-6642 UH-1N-BF Iroquois MSN 31048. Active in June 2018 with 512th Rescue 
Squadron at Kirkland AFB, New Mexico. 
69-6644 UH-1N-BF Iroquois MSN 31050. With 20th Special Operations Squadron, 
1st Special Operations Wing at Hurlburt Field, Florida 
and crashed on January 9, 1984 during a deployment to 
the Bahamas on an Operation Bahamas and Turks 
(Operation BAT) drug interdiction mission, killing three 
of the four crewmen aboard. Aircraft suffered a two 
engine failure and crashed at sea off of Nassau, 
Bahamas. 
69-6654 UH-1N-BF Iroquois MSN 31060. Active in September 2012 with 6th Special 
Operations Squadron at Duke Field, Florida. 
70-15365 OH-58C Kiowa MSN 40916. Registered on March 30, 2016 as 
N510MN with Columbus Police Departmen, Columbus, 
Georgia. 
71-20270 UH-1H-BF Iroquois MSN 13094. Active in July 1986 with 225th Aviation 
Company US Army at Glebelstadt, Germany. Converted 
to TH-1H and active in March 2016 with 23rd Flying 
Training Squadron at Fort Rucker, Alabama. 
71-20575 OH-58A Kiowa MSN 41436. Active in July 1986 with 225th Aviation 
Company at Glebelstadt, Germany. In September 1996 
with 150th AVN Delaware Army National Guard. 
71-20616 OH-58A Kiowa MSN 41477. As N65110 registered on August 15, 2014 
with Lance Aviation Incorporated, Lakeland, Florida. 
71-20631 OH-58A Kiowa MSN 41492. Registered on September 3, 2015 as 
N558SP with East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff, Baton 
Rouge, Louisiana. 
73-1066 OA-37B Dragonfly MSN 43432. Active in 1984 with 169th Tactical Air 
Support Squadron Illinois ANG. Registered as N9639Y 
with US Dept of the Navy, Panama City, Florida on 
April 22, 1997 and cancelled on March 21, 2017. 
73-22250 C-12A Huron MSN BC-001. Active in May 1986 with the United 
States Army Training and Doctrine Command at 
Langley AFB, Virginia. In May 2011 stored as a C-12C 
at the United States Army Aviation Museum at Fort 
Rucker,Alabama. 
73-22262 C-12A Huron MSN BC-010. In 1986 transferred from 207th Aviation 
Company to the US Army Berlin Brigade and named 
“Freedom City”. 
74-22373 UH-1H-BF Iroquois MSN 13697. Active in April 1986 with 247th MedDet 
at Barstow/Daggett, California painted in desert 
camouflage as Soviet Air Force 03. 
80-23427 UH-60A Black Hawk MSN 70185. Active in July 1986 with 21st Aviation 
Company at Glebelstadt, Germany. In August 2014 
active with 1-230th CAV Tennessee Army National 
Guard. 
81-23643 UH-60A Black Hawk MSN 70348. Converted to HH-60G and active in June 
2016 with 512th Rescue Squadron at Kirtland AFB, 
New Mexico. 
84-1301 F-16C Block 25E Fighting Falcon MSN 5C-138. In June 1986 active with 526th 
Tactical Fighter Squadron at Ramstein Air Base, 
Germany. In January 2011 active with 57th Air 
Training Group, 64th Aggressor Squadron at Nellis 
AFB, Nevada.. 
84-1316 F-16C Block 25E Fighting Falcon MSN 5C-153. Active in June 1986 with 86th 
Tactical Fighter Wing at Ramstein Air Base, Germany 
flown by the 316th Air Division Commander. In 
October 2005 active with 194th Fighter Squadron 
California ANG. 
84-1377 F-16C Block 25E Fighting Falcon MSN 5C-159. Active in June 1986 with 526th 
Tactical Fighter Squadron/ 86th Tactical Fighter Wing 
at Ramstein Air Base, Germany. In 2016 to Indonesian 
Air Force (TNI–AU) as TS-1639. 
84-1391 F-16C Block 25F Fighting Falcon MSN 5C-173. Active in June 1986 with 86th 
Tactical Fighter Wing at Ramstein Air Base, Germany. 
Active in August 2006 with 194th Fighter Squadron / 
144th Fighter Wing California Air National Guard. In 
August 2013 with 195th Fighter Squadron/ 162nd 
Fighter Wing Arizona ANG. 
85-1507 F-16D Block 25F Fighting Falcon MSN 5D-29. Active in April 2004 with 62nd 
Fighter Squadron at Luke AFB, Arizona. 
86-24570 EH-60A Black Hawk MSN 70-1120. Registered on December 7, 2018 as 
N155AA with Aircraft Investment Holdings Llc, 
Enterprise, Alabama. 
90-0790 F-16D Block 42J Fighting Falcon MSN 1D-68. Active in March 2011 with 152nd 
Fighter Squadron Arizona ANG. 
91-0343 F-16C Block 50C Fighting Falcon MSN CC-41. Active in Autgust 2018 as F-16CM 
with 480th Fighter Squadron/52nd Fighter Wing at 
Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany. 
00-26871 UH-60L Black Hawk MSN 70-0696. First UH-60L inducted for UH-60V 
conversion on January 9, 2019. 
07-3224 MQ-1B-10 Predator MSN P224. With 111th Reconnaissance Squadron 
Texas Air National Guard at Ellington Joint Reserve 
Base and retired to AMARC on August 20, 2018. 
08-3240 MQ-1B-10 Predator MSN P240. To AMARC on August 20, 2018 
08-3246 MQ-1B-10 Predator MSN P246. To AMARC on August 20, 2018. 

References:

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