Recent Updates to List of USAF Serial Numbers



Last revised August 16, 2019




 42-16939 PT-13D MSN 75-5102. On March 29, 2018 registered as 
N777CH to Henricus M. Kempen of Coronado, 
San Diego. On Matrch 24, 2019 flew from Antwerp to 
new base at Brasschaat, Belgium. 
42-96652 C-46A Commando MSN 30314. Registered as N36964. 
44-34602 A-26B-61-DL Invader MSN 27881. Named “Sugarland Express” when seen 
at Roskilde Air Show in July 1993 and still active as 
N167B. On April 29, 2019 flown from Vasteras, 
Sweden to new base at Sandefjord, Torp, Norway. 
53-6132 T-33A-5-LO MSN 580-9753. Noted in May 2019 preserved at 
Sequatchie County Veterans Memorial Park, Dunlap, 
Tennessee. 
55-3301 U-1A-DH Otter MSN 157. Registration C-FDAK from September 23, 
1996 to April 26, 2017 with Air Saguenay (1980) Inc 
of Quebec. To N88765 with Talkeetna Air Taxi Inc, Talkeetna, Alaska on May 11, 2017 and current. 
56-1740 T-33A-1-LO MSN 580-1090. Active with 110th TFS Missouri Air 
National Guard and transferred to Mexico. Noted on 
display as 4051 at Plaza Estado de Mexico, Mexico 
City in April 2019. 
60-0341 KC-135A-BN Stratotanker MSN 18116. Converted to KC-135Q and active in 
November 2012 with 121st Air Refuelling Wing Ohio 
ANG. Transferred to 153rd Air Refuelling Squadron 
Mississippi ANG and still active there in May 2019. 
60-3483 CT-39A-1-NA Sabreliner MSN 265-11. Broken up for scrap at Travis AFB, 
California in April 2019. 
64-13619 UH-1H Iroquois MSN 4326. Registered on December 27, 2018 as 
N25UK with Orlando Aircraft Sales, Orlando, Florida. 
64-14179 UH-1C-BF Iroquois MSN 1303. As UH-1M noted preserved at Sequatchie 
County Veterans Memorial Park, Dunlap, Tennessee 
in May 2019. 
66-9243 F-5B-20-NO Freedom Fighter MSN N.9007. Registered on July 30, 2019 as 
N993SC with Aerospace Quality Research and 
Development Inc, Dallas, Texas. 
66-9244 F-5B-20-NO Freedom Fighter MSN N.9008. Registered on July 30, 2019 as 
N991SC with Aerospace Quality Research and 
Development Inc, Dallas, Texas. 
66-16899 UH-1H Iroquois MSN 9093. As N45AD to new ownership on February 
2, 2019 with Sycan Corporation, Paso Robles, 
California. 
70-15129 OH-58C Kiowa MSN 40680. As N513PD to Delaware River & Bay 
Authority, New Castle, Delaware on September 25, 
1998 and to City of Detroit Public Safety, Michigan 
on December 26, 2012. 
70-16416 UH-1H-BF Iroquois MSN 12721. To N205FU with Air 1 Llc, Newark, 
Delaware on June 5, 2018. 
72-21633 UH-1H-BF Iroquois MSN 13332. To N633WN with US Department of 
State at Patrick AFB, Florida on October 12, 2010 and 
noted in April 2019 stoted with Brevard County 
Sheriff’s Dept, Merritt Island, Florida. 
74-1663 C-130H Hercules MSN 382-4598. Active in April 2019 with 164th 
Airlift Squadron/179th Airlift Wing at Ohio ANG at 
Mansfield-Lahm Airport. 
74-22465 UH-1H-BF Iroquois MSN 13789. To N465WC with US Department of 
State at Patrick AFB, Florida on April 15, 2011. To 
N356SP with Louisiana Dept of Public Safety, Baton 
Rouge on November 16, 2018. 
79-23293 UH-60A Black Hawk MSN 70110. To N856AR with EP Aviation Llc, Palm 
Bay, Florida on August 17, 2016. To N116A with 
Carson Helicopters Holding Company, Dover, 
Delaware on August 9, 2017. 
84-00174 C-12F Huron MSN BL-104. Converted to C-12T-3 and active in 
March 2018 with 2-245th AVN Missouri Army 
National Guard and in February 2019 with Operational 
Support Airlift Command (OSACOM) Kansas Army 
National Guard. 
85-24472 EH-60A Black Hawk MSN 701034. Registered as N4472 on May 6, 2019 to 
High Performance Helicopter Corporation, Crestline, 
California. 
86-0365 F-16C Block 30E Fighting Falcon MSN 5C-471. Transferred in February 2019 
from 134th Fighter Squadron at Burlington ANG 
Base, Vermont to 129th Fighter Squadron at Buckley 
ANG Base, Colorado. 
87-0043 C-5B Galaxy MSN 500-0129. As C-5M active in 2019 with 337th 
Airlift Squadron/439th Airlift Wing at Westover ARB, 
Massachusetts. 
88-0428 F-16C Block 40B Fighting Falcon MSN 1C-30. Active as F-16CM in February 
2019 with 175th Fighter Squadron at Sioux Falls 
ANG Base, South Dakota. 
88-0492 F-16C Block 40C Fighting Falcon MSN 1C-94. Active in July 2019 as F-16CM 
with 175th Fighter Squadron at Sioux Falls ANG 
Base, South Dakota. 
88-1674 F-15E-45-MC Strike Eagle MSN 1083/E058. Active in April 2019 with 333rd 
Fighter Squadron/4th Fighter Wing at Seymour 
Johnson AFB, North Carolina 
88-1683 F-15E-45-MC Strike Eagle MSN 1092/E067. Active in May 2007 with 333rd 
Fighter Squadron/4th Fighter Wing at Seymour 
Johnson AFB, North Carolina and still so in April 
2019. 
88-1685 F-15E-45-MC Strike Eagle MSN 1094/E069. Active in November 2012 with 
333rd Fighter Squadron/4th Fighter Wing at Seymour 
Johnson AFB, North Carolina 
89-2064 F-16C Block 40F Fighting Falcon MSN 1C-217. Active as F-16CM in February 
2019 with 175th Fighter Squadron at Sioux Falls ANG 
Base, South Dakota. 
89-2174 F-16D Block 40G Fighting Falcon MSN 1D-49. Active in April 2019 as F-16DM 
with 175th Fighter Squadron at Sioux Falls ANG 
Base, South Dakota. 
90-26268 UH-60L Black Hawk MSN 70-1498. Active in May 2019 with 2916th 
Aviation Support Battalion at Barstow-Daggett Air 
Field, California. 
92-26441 UH-60L Black Hawk Active in May 2019 with 2916th Aviation Support 
Battalion at Barstow-Daggett Air Field, California. 
93-26492 UH-60L Black Hawk Active in May 2019 with 2916th Aviation Support 
Battalion at Barstow-Daggett Air Field, California. 
94-26591 UH-60L Black Hawk Active in May 2019 with 2916th Aviation Support 
Battalion at Barstow-Daggett Air Field, California. 
98-26795 UH-60L Black Hawk Active in May 2019 with 2916th Aviation Support 
Battalion at Barstow-Daggett Air Field, California. 
15-5163 F-35A Lightning II MSN AF-138. Active with 4th Fighter Squadron at 
Hill AFB, Utah and deployed in April 2019 to Al 
Dhafra Air Base in the United Arab Emirates. 
15-5176 F-35A Lightning II MSN AF-151. Active with 4th Fighter Squadron at 
Hill AFB, Utah and deployed in April 2019 to Al 
Dhafra Air Base in the United Arab Emirates. 
15-5180 F-35A Lightning II MSN AF-155. Active with 4th Fighter Squadron at 
Hill AFB, Utah and deployed in April 2019 to Al 
Dhafra Air Base in the United Arab Emirates. 
15-5181 F-35A Lightning II MSN AF-156. Active with 4th Fighter Squadron at 
Hill AFB, Utah and deployed in April 2019 to Al 
Dhafra Air Base in the United Arab Emirates. 
15-5184 F-35A Lightning II MSN AF-159. Active with 4th Fighter Squadron at 
Hill AFB, Utah and deployed in April 2019 to Al 
Dhafra Air Base in the United Arab Emirates. 
15-5187 F-35A Lightning II MSN AF-162. Active with 4th Fighter Squadron at 
Hill AFB, Utah and deployed in April 2019 to Al 
Dhafra Air Base in the United Arab Emirates. 
15-5192 F-35A Lightning II MSN AF-167. Active with 4th Fighter Squadron at 
Hill AFB, Utah and deployed in April 2019 to Al 
Dhafra Air Base in the United Arab Emirates. 
15-5196 F-35A Lightning II MSN AF-171. Active with 4th Fighter Squadron at 
Hill AFB, Utah and deployed in April 2019 to Al 
Dhafra Air Base in the United Arab Emirates. 
15-5197 F-35A Lightning II MSN AF-172. Active with 4th Fighter Squadron at 
Hill AFB, Utah and deployed in April 2019 to Al 
Dhafra Air Base in the United Arab Emirates. 
17-03140 AH-64E MSN NM140. Active in February 2019 with 1st 
Squadron, 6th Cavalry Regiment at Fort Riley, 
Kansas. 

44-73843		P-51D	
4/11/45: Factory roll out.
4/45: TOS USAF. Assigned to 388th Base Unit, Page AAF, Fort Myers, FL.
9/45: 388th Base Unit, Page AAF, Fort Myers, FL. Personal aircraft of Lt William H Hastings.
11/45: Stored at Hobbs AAF, TX.
1947: San Antonio Air Material Center, Kelly AAF, TX for storage.
1/11/51: TOS RCAF as Mustang TF. Mark IV, s/n 9271.
7/19/56: Stinson Field Aircraft, San Antonio, TX, with c/r N10601.
12/4/56: SOC RCAF.
10/17/57: Lloyd P. Nolen/Mustang & Co, Mercedes, TX. Purchased for $2,500.
12/77: Confederate Air Force, Harlingen, (later Midland), TX. Nolan was one of the founders of the CAF.
12/85: Commemorative Air Force, Midland, TX (name change).
9/6/91: [CAF] American Airpower Heritage Flying Museum, Midland, TX. Based with Dixie Wing, Peachtree City Airport/Falcon Field, Atlanta, GA.

47-615		P-86A	
1948: Constructed as P-86A, but redesignated F-86A prior to TOS.
10/15/48: TOS USAF. Assigned to 3345th Technical Training Group, Air Training Command, Chanute AFB, IL.  Became Ground Instructional Airframe.
7/55: SOC.
5/67: Refurbished at Chanute and then moved to a pylon built by the village of Rantoul, north of town on US45, to commemorate Chanute AFB anniversary.
By 1993: NMUSAF Loan Program.
1993: Loaned to Octave Chante Aviation Center, Rantoul, IL. (Later Octave Chanute Aerospace Museum)
2001: Relocated to Chanute Aerospace Museum and repainted as F-86F in Asia during the Korean War.
2015: Loaned to 122nd Fighter Wing (ANG) heritage park, Ft. Wayne Municipal Airport/Baer Field, Ft. Wayne, IN.

48-260		F-86A      
Ca. 1949: TOS USAF.
7/49: 4th Fighter Interceptor Group, Langley AFB, VA.
12/50: Transported by ship to Japan for service in Korea.
12/50: Based at Kimpo AB, Korea. First F-86 unit in Korea. Most of this aircraft’s combat missions were against MiG-15s.
By 1956: 116th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 141st Fighter-Interceptor Group (ANG), Geiger Field, Spokane, WA.
Unknown date: Redesignated as JF-86A for tests.
By 6/72:  Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, Paul Garber Facility, Silver Hill, MD. Marked as when in Korea.
By 12/05: Smithsoniam, National Air and Space Museum, Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, Chantilly, Reston, VA.

49-1067		F-86A
Ca.1950: TOS USAF.
After 1955: Redesignated as JF-86A for tests.
1961: Ferried to Air Force Museum, Patterson Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
7/71: Towed to new museum facility at Wright Field, WPAFB, OH.
Marked as 4th Fighter Group F-86A flown by Lt.Col. Bruce Hinton (49-1236) on 17 Dec 1950 when he became first F-86 pilot to shoot down a MiG-15.

49-1301		F-86A
5/51: TOS USAF. Assigned to Wright Air Development Center, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
UNK: Redesignated EF-86A.
7/1/53: Accident at Erie Ordnance Depot. Lacarne, OH; suffered structural failure.
11/56: Sacramento Air Materiel Area, Sacramento, CA for repairs.
3/60: 138th Tactical Fighter Squadron (ANG), 107th Tactical Fighter Group, Hancock Field, Syracuse, NY.
9/24/60: SOC. Displayed with 138th TFS.
Unknown date: NMUSAF Loan Program.
By 11/83: Loaned to Maxwell AFB, AL; displayed in air park.
"Repainted to depict an F-86E (AF Ser. No. 51-2760) of the 334th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 4th Fighter Interceptor Wing while stationed in the Pacific Theater during the Korean War. Its pilot, Lt Charles G. Cleveland, USAF, was then credited with four confirmed aerial victories and two probables." (Maxwell AFB)

51-2993		F-86D
Ca.1952: TOS USAF as F-86D.
Ca.1956: Converted to F-86L by North American Aviation.
Ca.1956: 520th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 530th Air Defense Group, Geiger Field, WA.
Unknown date: City of Birmingham, AL. Displayed in the city.
By 8/81: USS Battleship Alabama Memorial Park, Mobile, AL.
9/04: Damaged by Hurricane Ivan while in hangar.
10/12: Still unrestored.
By 4/18: Partially restored.

51-13390		F-86F		  (52-5439 is NOT this aircraft, not at ARR)
6/3/53: TOS USAF. Assigned to 479th Fighter-Bomber Wing, George AFB, CA.
8/27/53: San Bernardino Air Materiel Area, Norton AFB, CA for work.
2/12/54: North American Fresno, CA for work.
10/16/54: 452nd Fighter-Day Squadron, 322nd Fighter Day Group, Foster AFB, TX.
6/2/55: North American Fresno, CA for work.
7/27/55: Sacramento Air Materiel Area, McClellan, AFB, CA. Prepared for overseas movement.
1/6/56: Transported to Japan as deck cargo, departing San Francisco.
2/16/56: 2723rd Air Depot Group, Kisarazu, Japan.
3/28/56:TOS Japanese Air Self Defense Force with s/n 62-7421.
1961/1962: Converted to RF-86F with a K17 and two K22 cameras in a compartment under the forward fuselage. Reserialed 62-8421.
1962: 501st Reconnaissance Squadron, JASDF.
Unknown date: Reserialed 62-6421.
Unknown date: Headquarters Squadron, JASDF.
1979: WFU.
By 11/83: : Naval Air Weapons Center, NAS China Lake, CA.  Used as drone aircraft.
1/98: Air Classics Museum, Aurora Municipal Airport, Sugar Grove, IL.

52-1983		F-86H
1954: TOS USAF, assigned to Air Force Flight Test Center, Edwards AFB, CA.
ca.1957: 131st Tactical Fighter Squadron (ANG), 104th Fighter Group (Air Defense), Barnes Municipal Airport, MA.
4/65: MASDC, Davis Montana AFB, AZ.
Unknown date: NMUSAF Loan Program.
Unknown date: Preserved and displayed at Lapiata, MO.
Unknown date: Displayed at Columbia, MO.
By 1994: Vermillion County Airport, Danville, IL. Mounted on pedestal. Marked as aircraft flown by Lt. J.W. Hegeler during the Korean War, stationed at K-13 Suwon, South Korea from 12/24/1952 to November 1953, flying 70 combat missions with 25th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 51st Fighter-Interceptor Wing.

52-1993		F-86H
1954: TOS USAF.
1955: 4925th Test Group, 4901st Support Wing (Atomic), Kirtland AFB, NM.
By 1961: NMUSAF Loan Program.
1961: Loaned to EAA Museum, Oshkosh, WI.

52-4492		F-86F
1952: Built as RF-86F under Project Haymaker.
1/53: TOS USAF.
2/53: 6408th Maintenance Support Group (Far East Air Forces), Kisarazu AB, Japan.
3/54: 15th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, Komaki AB, Japan.
1954 - 1955: Secretly overflew Soviet, North Korean and communist Chinese territory photographing air bases.
Ca.1955: 8th Fighter-Bomber Wing (FEAF), Suwon AB Korea and Tsuiki AB Japan
1956: 6007th Reconnaissance Composite Group, 6021st Reconnaissance Composite Squadron, Yokota, Japan
5/58: TOS Republic of Korea Air Force.
By 1987: NMUSAF Loan Program.
By 1987: Static display at Bergstrom AFB, TX.
9/93: Loaned to St. Louis Aviation Museum, Chesterfield, MO.
5/95: Museum was flooded and this aircraft was mostly submerged until flood receded.
1998: National Museum of the USAF, Wright Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
2001 to 2006: Restored. Marked as it appeared while assigned to the 15th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron.
After 12/06 and By 5/08: Placed on display. (It was not displayed on my 12/06 visit but was there on my 5/08 visit — I didn’t make it in 2007!)

52-4986		F-86F	
9/53: TOS USAF. Assigned to 3595th Combat Crew Training Wing, Air Training Command, Nellis AFB, NV.
5/56: 3525th Combat Crew Training Wing, Air Training Command, Williams AFB, AZ.
3/58: Sacramento Air Material Area, McClellan AFB, CA.
5/19/60: North American Aviation, Inglewood, CA, for overhaul.
8/60: SOC. Transferred to Military Assistance Program.
11/19/60: TOS Argentine Air Force with s/n C-125. Assigned to 1st Grupo (IV Brigada Aerea).
8/11/86: WFU.
3/6/90: Coleman Warbird Museum, Coleman, TX with c/r N188RL.  One of five imported from Argentina. Assembled at Coleman, TX.
6/90: D. K. Precision Inc/Don Knapp, Fort Lauderdale, FL.
6/92: Michael E. Keenum, Palos Park, IL.
1992: Moved by ground transport from Abilene, TX, to Salt Lake City, UT for restoration.
9/26/93: Arrived DuPage Airport, West Chicago, bare metal with marking "Physical Therapy" in red on the nose. (I have photo!)
1994 to 1995: Restoration completed in Chicago with paint scheme marked as F-86F-30-NA flown by John Glenn during the Korean War: Mig Mad Marine, FU-584, 24584.
3/5/97: Aileron Inc/Michael E. Keenum, Forest Park, IL.
3/10/05: Warbird Heritage Foundation Inc, Waukegan, IL.
By 7/11: Marked as Smokey, FU-986, 24986.

52-5143		F-86F
1953: TOS USAF. Assigned to Air Research and Development Command, Kirtland AFB, NM.
1954 to 1957: Assigned to Naval Air Weapons Center, China Lake, CA. Nose guns removed with barrel openings covered over. Fitted with NAKA retractable rocket panel on each side. Tests continued into 1957 and then the plane was returned to standard configuration.
9/55: Bailed to North American Aviation for tests.
2/56: Redesignated JF-86F.
7/56: Loaned to Cambridge Research Center, MA.
1956: Bailed to the Boeing Company for tests.
1963: Bailed back to North American Aviation for tests.
1978: SOC.
1978: William Simone, Fountain Valley, CA, with c/r N25143.
1981: Al Reddick and Les Crowder, Sunland, CA.
1981: Restoration started so as to fly at Chino 1981.
8/7/81: Lesley L. Crowder, Sunland, CA.
Unknown date: Yankee Air Museum, Willow Run, MI.
1992: U. S. Marine Corps Aviation Museum, McAs Quantico, VA.
4/97: Loaned to Air Zoo, Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport, Kalamazoo, MI.
10/18/12: C/r N25143 cancelled.

52-5434		F-86F
1953: TOS USAF. Assigned to 531st Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 21st Fighter-Bomber Group, George AFB, CA.
By 1955: 721st Fighter-Day Squadron, 450th Fighter-Day Wing, Foster AFB, TX. Commander's Aircraft.
Unknown date: NMUSAF Loan Program.
Ca.1975: City of Brazil, Brazil, IN. Displayed at Clay County Courthouse.
2019: External restoration.

52-5513		F-86F
1952: TOS USAF. Assignment unknown, but supposedly flew in the Korean War.
By 11/54: 723rd Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 450th Fighter-Bomber Group, Foster AFB, TX.
11/23/54: Damaged in take-off accident due to mechanical failure.
1955: TOS Republic of Korea Air Force, assigned to 10th Wing.
1966: ROKAF placed aircraft in storage.
1970: Loaned to Air Museum, Ontario, CA. (possibly for restoration?)
By 10/78: Donated to USAF Armament Museum, Eglin AFB, FL, by  Gen. Choc Young Bock of the Republic of Korea Air Force.
By 1988: Control of aircraft taken over by NMUSAF Loan Program.
1992: Marked as F-86F 51-2831.
By 2011: Marked as F-86F 51-2910, flown by Korean War Ace Capt. Joseph C. McConnell who recorded 16 air-to-air victories.

52-10715		C-45H
Ca.1943: TOS USAAF as AT-11 (c/n 4963), 42-37666. 
2/54: Rebuilt as C-45H. 
1954: TOS USAF with s/n 52-10715.
By 6/61: Unknown with c/r N9931Z. 
6/12/61: Certificate of Airworthiness N9931Z issued. 
1963: Missouri University, Columbia, MO with c/r N9931Z. 
1969: Missouri University, Columbia, MO with c/r N792MU. 
4/22/70 CoA N792MU issued. 
1979: Paul E. Hursh Inc, Amana, IA with c/r N792MA. 
1/85: Thomas J. McNeal, Naperville, IL. 
9/87: Don J. Oglesbey, Fayetteville, GA with c/r N114DS. 
10/9/90: Eastport Enterprises, Wilmington, DE. 
9/2/91: Eastport Enterprises, Wilmington, DE with c/r N45SK. 
1/22/03: Historic Aeroplane Works Inc, Roanoke, IN. Based at Huntington Municipal Airport, Huntington, IN. 
1/1/12: CoA for N45SK issued. 
2/26/13: Dee Farms Inc, Tallulah, LA.

53-566		F-86D
Ca.1953: TOS USAF as F-86D.
1956: Converted to F-86L.
Unknown date: NMUSAF Loan Program.
Unknown date: Loaned to city of Montgomery, AL; displayed at Carver High School.
3/97: Loaned to American Legion Post 353, Mustang, OK. Displayed mounted on a pole in Wild Horse Park.

53-750		F-86D
Ca.1953: TOS USAF.
Ca.1956: Converted to F-86L
Ca.1958: 124th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron (ANG), 132nd Fighter-Interceptor Group, Des Moines, IA.
1/63: SOC. Donated to the University of Iowa, Iowa City, and placed on display at the Iowa City of Iowa.
By 1972: The Arnold Air Society. The Arnold Air Society was an honorary group within the Air Force ROTC at the University of Iowa.
1972: Restored. 
10/14/72: Placed on display at the Iowa City Airport, dedicated to Vietnam War POW and MIAs.
By 1977: Iowa City Airport Commission, IA. The aircraft had deteriorated and was moved to a salvage yard in Coralville, IA, with wings and tail sawed off. 
4/21/77: Veterans groups challenged the Airport Commissions decision, and the Commission agreed to let the aircraft be refurbished and be placed at the Airport as part of a memorial for all wars.
4/77 to 12/77: Restored by All Iowa Body of Cedar Rapids.
12/77 to 4/78: Aircraft remained with All Iowa Body shop until ownership was determined so as to assign maintenance responsibility.
4/28/78: Aircraft placed on display at the Iowa City Airport mounted in new war memorial area.
5/10/78: Aircraft was vandalized by anti-military person, with paint spatter. On Aug 31, 1978 the judgment against the vandal led to questioning the ownership and responsibility of the plane. The AFROTC, airport commission, the city, and even the University had been responsible at one time or another. No decision was made at that time as to ownership.
12/78: Another vandal spattered the plane with several cans of paint, and the broke canopy.
1980: Aircraft was given a new paint job and the canopy was repaired.
4/92: NMUSAF Loan Program took over ownership of the aircraft.
4/92: Loaned to City of Iowa City, IA. Responsibility for the aircraft was assigned to the airport commission.
1996: The Iowa City Airport Commission proposed moving the aircraft about 15 miles NW to Greencastle Airport, apparently desiring to get out of the responsibility for the aircraft. Johnson County veterans groups at this time took responsibility for the aircraft's upkeep, and the aircraft was then moved to its current location, mounted at the airport entrance.
2015: Restored externally by buffing out canopy and cleaning up and polishing metal and painted surfaces.

53-1302		F-86H
Ca. 1954: TOS USAF. Assigned to 413th Fighter-Day Wing, George AFB, CA.
Ca.1957: 83rd Fighter-Day Wing, Seymour Johnson AFB, NC.
Ca.1961: 138th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 102nd Tactical Fighter Wing (ANG), Hancock Field, Syracuse, NY.
Ca.1970: City of Fairmont, MN. Displayed in the city.
Unknown date: NMUSAF Loan Program.
By 8/89: South Dakota Air & Space Museum, Ellsworth AFB, SD

53-1352		F-86H
Ca.1955: TOS USAF. Assigned to 3595th Combat Crew Training Wing, Nellis AFB, NV.
12/58: 142nd Fighter-Interceptor Squadron (ANG), 113th Fighter-Interceptor Group, New Castle County Airport, DE.
2/62: New Jersey ANG.
11/64: USAF Museum, Patterson Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
7/71: Towed to USAF Museum, Wright Field, WPAFB.
9/3/71: Placed on display with skin removed.

53-1375		F-86H		
5/28/55: TOS USAF.
5/9/55:  3595th Combat Crew Training Wing, Nellis AFB, NV.
10/14/57: 104th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron (ANG), 111th Fighter-Interceptor Wing, Martin State Airport, Baltimore, MD.
11/10/58: Unit redesignated 104th Tactical Fighter Squadron.
5/11/70: Ferry flight to Strategic Air Command Museum, Offutt AFB, NE.
1971: NMUSF Loan Program, loaned to SAC Museum.
1997: Transported to new museum facility at Ashland, NE while facility under construction.
5/16/98: Strategic Air Command Museum, Ashland, NE opened, aircraft on display.
2001: Museum name changed to Strategic Air & Space Museum.
6/22/15: Museum name changed to Strategic Air Command & Aerospace Museum.

68-0450		F-4E
Ca: 1970: TOS USAF.
By 1972: 434th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 35th Tactical Fighter Wing, George AFB, CA.
8/12/72 to 10/6/72: Deployed to Takhi Royal Thai AFB, Thailand.
1975: 20th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 35th Tactical Fighter Wing, George AFB, CA.
1978: 31st Tactical Fighter Wing, Homestead AFB, FL.
1980: 68th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 347th Tactical Fighter Wing, Moody AFB, GA.
Unknown date: 457th Tactical Fighter Squadron (AFRES), 301st Tactical Fighter Group, NAS JRB Ft. Worth, TX.
4/8/91: AMARC as FP0653.
By 4/08: Left AMARC for QF-4E drone conversion at BAR Systems, Mojave, CA.
4/08 to 1/09: Converted to QF-4E, s/n AF352; last F-4E drone conversion.
1/31/09: Delivered to 82nd Aerial Targets Squadron, Tyndall AFB, FL.
2016: Holloman AFB, NM for storage.
By 7/18: Awarded by GSA to Northwest Illinois Aerial Combat Museum, Lena, IL. Remained at Holloman.
1/30/19: Arrived by truck at Lena, IL. Placed in front of The Rafters Restaurant until museum can be built across the street from the American Legion Hall downtown.
References:

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