Recent Updates to List of USAF Serial Numbers



Last revised October 6, 2019


Beechcraft AT-11:
41-27586	did not go to Portuguese Navy as BC-4; that was 41-27622
42-37238	to Haiti Air Corps as 3741
42-37478	c/n 4071
42-37479	to Portuguese Navy BC-6 then Portuguese AF 2506

Cessna T-37B:
58-1892	to Chilean AF J-372 (not J-371)

Consolidated YB-24:
39-681/688	they actually were cancelled Douglas B-23A (you will notice that 40-696/702 were seven
	aircraft, thus they couldn’t have replaced the eight 39-681/688).

Curtiss P-40:
39-290/679	this entry should read as follows (this has been confirmed):
	39-290/455 Curtiss P-40-CU, cancelled
	39-456/555 Curtiss P-36D, cancelled
	39-556	 Consolidated XB-24-CO (later converted to XB-24B-CO as 39-680)
	39-557/563 Consolidated YB-24-CO, built as 40-696/702.
	39-564/679 Douglas B-23A, cancelled

Douglas C-47:
41-18427	finally to Colombian AF 680A
42-32882	to Colombian AF 676A then 1676

Douglas C-47A:
42-23301	to Chile AF 966
42-23839	to Chile AF 967
42-93067	to Chile AF 961, not 962 (which was 42-93094)
43-15161	after N171MV to Colombian AF as 1635

Douglas C-47B:
43-49090	to Colombian AF 660A then 1660
44-77218	to Colombian AF 677A then 1677

Douglas C-53D:
42-68774	was N80B, sold to Colombian AF as 664A

Douglas C-54G:
45-545	back to C-54G, then to Bolivian AF as TAM-53
45-551	to Bolivian AF TAM-51 then CP-2292
45-566	was 642 with the Colombian AF
45-615	was 643 with the Colombian AF

Eurocopter UH-72A:
13-72328	delete (it is FY 2014)
13-72340	delete (it is FY 2014)

General Dynamics SLV-3A:
64-17731/17751	they are not Thors, but Atlas Agena D

Helio U-17A:
63-13182	to N96109 (N101BL was ex 63-13183)

Hughes AIM-4:
64-17560/17620	were AIM-47A Falcon

Kaman HH-43B:
64-17557/17559	were built as HH-43F (Model K 600-5)

Lockheed P-80C:
47-555	to Chilean AF J-336
47-598	to Chilean AF J-337
49-1808	to Chilean AF J-346
49-1824	must have been repaired, because it went to the Chilean AF in 1960 as J-347

Martin MB 2:
64203	96th Bomb Squadron; crash-landed in bad weather on 27 April 1927
64206	96th Bomb Squadron; w/o in forced landing at Messick, VA on 8 September 1924
64207	14th Bomb Squadron; ditched due to engine failure 10 miles offshore of Langley Field on
	13 July 1921
64211	20th Bomb Squadron; w/o in forced landing at Cumberland, MD on 26 February 1927
64213	Fairfield Air Depot; w/o in forced landing rast of Innwood, WV on 26 January 1926
64214	crashed at Perry, PA on 23 March 1923

Martin TM-76:
60-6700/6807	are TM-76B

North American AT-6A:
41-537	to Israeli DF/AF as 1154

Thomas-Morse MB 3A:
63343	damaged in landing accident at Langley Field on 12 August 1921
68423	43rd School Squadron, w/o in forced lading 4 miles north of Kelly Field, TX on 1 June 1923
56-135		RF-101C		
4/27/59: TOS USAF.
1965:  66th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing, Laon-Couvron Air Base, France.
9/1/66: Base of operations changed to RAF Upper Heyford, England.
1970: 29th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 363rd TRW, Shaw AFB, SC.
1976: 165th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron (ANG), 123rd TRW, Louisville, KY.
By 4/83: NMUSAF Loan Program.
By 4/83: Loaned to Bergstrom AFB, TX. Displayed at Base Entrance, all metal finish and marked as 56-0119.
By 1989: Painted in Vietnam War era camouflage, still marked as 56-0119.
By 5/95: Loaned to Maxwell AFB, AL and displayed in air park. Marked as 56-0135.

56-166		RF-101C
10/29/57: TOS USAF. Assigned to 186th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 363rd Tactical Reconnaissance Wing (Tactical Air Command), Shaw AFB, SC.
11/27/57: Participated in Operation Sun Run. Four USAF pilots of the 363rd Tactical Reconnaissance Wing successfully completed Operation Sun Run by establishing three new transcontinental speed records in a McDonnell RF-101C aircraft. The record-breaking mission showcased the speed and range of the RF-101C, an improved version of the first supersonic photo reconnaissance aircraft, the RF-101A. (NMUSAF).
1/58: 432nd TRW (TAC), Shaw AFB, SC.
4/59: 363rd TRW (TAC), Shaw AFB, SC. Deployments to Langley AFB, VA and Eglin AFB, FL.
10/62: Flew vital low-altitude reconnaissance during the Cuban Missile Crisis and helped confirm that offensive missile sites in Cuba were being dismantled. (NMUSAF).
11/65: 39th Air Division HQ (Pacific Air Forces), Misawa AB, Japan.
3/66: 45th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 460th TRW (PACAF), Tan Son Nhut AB, Vietnam. Deployments to Misawa AB and Kadena AB, Japan; Andersen AB, Guam; Hickam AFB, HI.
11/70: 153rd TRS, 186th Tactical Reconnaissance Group (ANG), Key Field, Meridian, MS.
10/27/78: Ferry flight to the National Museum of the United States Air Force, Wright Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.

56-273		F-101B
12/58: TOS USAF. Assigned to 4756th Air Defense Wing, Tyndall AFB, FL.
Unknown date: Redesignated NF-101B.
1968: 3345th Maintenance and Support Group, Chanute AFB, IL.
Ca.1969: 119th Fighter Interceptor Group (ANG), Fargo ANGB, ND.
10/75: Chanute Technical Training Center (Air Training Command), Chanute AFB, IL. Redesignated as GF-101B and used as a trainer in the Fuel Specialist Course.
12/84: SOC.
1993: Chanute Air Museum, Chanute AFB (formerly), Rantoul, IL.
2016: Southern Museum of Flight, Birmingham, AL.

57-265		F-101B
Ca.1959: TOS USAF.
By 1960: 322nd Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 408th Fighter Group, Kingsley Field, Klamath Falls, OR.
6/68:  309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Center (AMARC), Davis Monthan AFB, AZ as 57-0265.
Ca.1969: 178th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 119th Fighter Interceptor Group (ANG), North Dakota ANG, Fargo, ND. 
1978: Air Defense Weapons Center, Tyndall AFB, FL.
1982: Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD.
6/00: Scrapped at Aberdeen. 

58-0269		F-101F
Ca.1959: TOS USAF. Assigned to the 437th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 414th Fighter Group, Oxnard AFB, CA.
Unknown date: 4756th Air Defense Wing, Tyndall AFB, FL
1976 after 10/80: 111th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron (ANG), 147th Fighter Interceptor Group, Ellington ANGB, Houston, TX.
Unknown date: NMUSAF Loan Program
Unknown date: Loaned to Victoria, TX Airport for display.
8/04: James G. Eagen Civic Center/Florissant Valley Park, Florissant, Saint Louis, MO.

58-0312		F-101B
ca.1959: TOS USAF. 
Ca.1959 to 1971: 18th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 478th Fighter Group, Grand Forks AFB, ND.
1976 to 1980: 123rd Fighter-Interceptor Squadron (ANG), 142nd Fighter Interceptor Group, Portland, OR.
Unknown: Redesignated GF-101B
By 1982: Sheppard AFB, TX for use as GIA.
Unknown date: NMUSAF Loan program
By 9/86: Loaned to City of Rock Springs, WY, Displayed mounted in Veteran's Park.

58-0321		F-101B	
Ca.1959: TOS USAF.
By 1976: 178th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron (ANG), 119th Fighter-Interceptor Group, Fargo ANGB, ND.
ca.1978: NMUSAF Loan Program.
By 5/94 to 1998: Stout Field Military Equipment Museum, Stout Army Airfield (formerly), Indianapolis, IN. (Museum closed in 1998)
By 8/98: Grissom Air Museum, Grissom AFB, IN

58-0325		F-101B
Ca.1959: TOS USAF. Assigned to 18th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 478th Fighter Group, Grand Forks AFB, ND
1978: 123rd Fighter-Interceptor Squadron (ANG), 142nd Fighter-Interceptor Group, Portland, OR.
2/81: Ferried to NMUSAF, Wright Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH

59-0407		F-101F  (For TOS RCAF date, I found another site which gives 1968, but others show 1961.  I think this site is the reliable one for RCAF dates:  http://www.rwrwalker.ca/RCAF_Voodoos.html)
1961: TOS USAF.
9/12/61: TOS RCAF as CF-101 s/n 17407.
1962: 416 Squadron, RCAF Station Namao, Alberta. 
Unknown date: 414 Squadron, RCAF Station Saint Hubert.
Unknown date: 425 Squadron, Bagotville, Quebec.
Unknown date: 416 Squadron, RCAF Station Saint Hubert.
6/7/71: SOC RCAF.
6/71: TOS USAF as 59-0407. 
6/71: Aircraft Maintenance And Regeneration Center, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ.
1971: TOS 148th Fighter Wing (ANG), Duluth, MN.
1977: City of Proctor, MN. Mounted on pedestal at city golf course.

59-0426		F-101B
1960: TOS USAF.
1960 to ca.1971: 60th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, Otis AFB, MA
By 8/78 to 1982: 136th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron (ANG), 107th Fighter-Interceptor Group, Niagara Falls, NY.
By 4/87: South Dakota Air and Space Museum, Ellsworth AFB, SD.

59-0462		F-101B
11/30/60: TOS USAF. 
12/12/60: 3204th Maintenance and Support Group, Eglin AFB, FL.
7/29/68: Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
2/70: Ferried to the Strategic Air Command Museum, Offutt AFB, NE.
1997: Transported to new museum site in Ashland, NE while under construction.
5/16/98: Placed on display as new SAC Museum opened.
2001: Museum name changed to Strategic Air and Space Museum.
6/22/15: Museum name changed to Strategic Air Command and Aerospace Museum.



 55-3122 KC-135A-BN Stratotanker MSN 17238. As NKC-125A active with 4950th Test Wing, 
Aeronautical Systems Division, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio. 
55-3141 KC-135A-BN Stratotanker MSN 17257. As KC-135E active in May 1987 with 116th 
Air Refuelling Squadron Washington ANG at Fairchild AFB. 
55-3143 KC-135A-BN Stratotanker MSN 17259. As KC-135E active in October 1987 with 197th 
Air Refuelling Squadron Arizona ANG at Phoenix ANG Base. 
56-3595 KC-135A-BN Stratotanker MSN 17344. Active in October 1987 with 22nd Air Refuelling 
Squadron/22nd Air Refuelling Wing at March AFB, California. 
56-3604 KC-135A-BN Stratotanker MSN 17353. As KC-135E active in August 1987 with 117th 
Air Refuelling Squadron Kansas ANG at Topeka ANG Base. 
56-3606 KC-135A-BN Stratotanker MSN 17355. As KC-135E active in October 1986 with 132nd 
Air Refueling Squadron Maine ANG at Bangor ANG Base. 
56-3607 KC-135A-BN Stratotanker MSN 17356. As KC-135E active in October 1987 with 151st 
Air Refuelling Squadron Tennessee ANG at Knoxville ANG 
Base. 
56-3609 KC-135A-BN Stratotanker MSN 17358. As KC-135E active in October 1987 with 151st 
Air Refuelling Squadron Tennessee ANG at Knoxville ANG 
Base. 
56-3626 KC-135A-BN Stratotanker MSN 17375. Active in September 1977 with 133rd Air 
Refuelling Squadron New Hampshire ANG at Pease AFB. 
56-3633 KC-135A-BN Stratotanker MSN 17382. By May 1978 active with 380th Bomb Wing at 
Plattsburgh AFB, New York and by July 1987 transferred to 
509th Bomb Wing at Pease AFB, New Hampshire. 
57-1456 KC-135A-BN Stratotanker MSN 17527. Active in Septembeer 1977 with 141st Air 
Refuelling Group Washington ANG. 
57-1501 KC-135A-BN Stratotanker MSN 17572. Active in July 1977 with 134th Air Refuelling 
Group Tennessee ANG at McGhee Tyson AFB. Converted to 
KC-135E and active in June 1987 with 116th Air Refuelling 
Squadron Washington ANG at Fairchild AFB. 
58-0504 T-33A-5-LO MSN 580-1473. Transferred to South Carolina Cotton Museum, 
Bishopville by May 2019. 
59-1453 KC-135A-BN Stratotanker MSN 17941. Active in September 1977 with 2nd Bomb Wing. 
Converted to KC-135 and active in July 1987 with 93rd Bomb 
Wing at Castle AFB, California. Active in July 2016 with 54th 
Air Refuelling Squadron at Altus AFB, Oklahoma. In 2019 
active with 106th Air Refuelling Squadron/117th Air 
Refuelling Wing Alabama Air National Guard at Birmingham, 
Alabama. 
62-4127 C-135B-BN Stratolifter MSN 18467. As TC-135W active in June 2019 with 38th 
Reconnaisance Squadron at Offutt AFB, Nebraska. 
62-5931 Cessna T-37C MSN 40730. As 2406 flew with Asas de Portugal display team 
from June 1977 to 1987 and stored at Alverca in January 2019. 
63-8027 KC-135A-BN Stratotanker MSN 18644. Converted to KC-135R and active in August 
2014 with 351st Air Refuelling Squadron/100th Air Refuelling 
Wing at RAF Mildenhall, Suffolk. In May 2018 active with 6th 
Air Mobility Wing at MacDill AFB, Florida. 
66-1126 UH-1H Iroquois MSN 5609. To Republic of Singapore Air Force as 254. 
Registered as N443XB with NWH/Turbines Llc, Olympia, 
Washington and re-registered with them on April 22, 2011 as 
N240GH. 
67-0455 RF-4C-35-MC Phantom MSN 3058. Active in September 1977 with Tactical Air 
Command Air Warfare Center at Eglin AFB, Florida. 
67-15949 TH-13T-BF Sioux MSN 3668. To civil registry as N710SF and in June 2019 noted 
at the Ivy Tech Community College, Fort Waye, Indiana. 
70-2384 F-111F MSN E2-23. Delivered to 48th Tactical Fighter Wing at RAF 
Lakenheath on July 29, 1977. 
70-15254 OH-58C Kiowa MSN 40805. Registered on August 30, 2019 as N199CC with 
Coffee County Sheriff's Office, New Brockton, Alabama. 
72-1444 F-111F MSN E2-74. Delivered to 48th Tactical Fighter Wing at RAF 
Lakenheath on July 29, 1977. 
72-1448 F-111F MSN E2-78. Delivered to 48th Tactical Fighter Wing at RAF 
Lakenheath on July 12, 1977. 
72-1450 F-111F MSN E2-80. Delivered to 48th Tactical Fighter Wing at RAF 
Lakenheath on October 4, 1977. 
72-1451 F-111F MSN E2-81. Delivered to 48th Tactical Fighter Wing at RAF 
Lakenheath on September 30, 1977. 
72-21328 OH-58A Kiowa MSN 41994. Registered on May 21, 2019 as N615WC with 
Williamson County Sheriff's Office, Franklin, Tennessee. 
72-21415 OH-58A Kiowa MSN 42081. Registered on April 30, 2013 as N415NS with 
North Star Holdings, Jasper, Texas. 
73-1581 EC-130H Compass Call MSN 382-4543. Active in June 2019 with 43rd Electronic 
Combat Squadron/55th Electronic Combat Group at Davis- Monthan AFB, Arizona. 
76-22677 CH-47C Chinook MSN B-718. On display with 295 Aviation Company at 
Ramstein Air Base Open House, Germany on July 31, 1977 
83-23936 UH-60A+ Black Hawk MSN 70761. Active in February 2019 with 1-214th AVN. 
87-0190 F-15E-44-MC Strike Eagle MSN 1055/E030. Active in May 2011 with 304th Fighter 
Squadron/4th Fighter Wing at Seymour-Johnson AFB, North 
Carolina. 
88-0405 F-16C Block 30K Fighting Falcon MSN 5C-619. Active in March 2016 with 93rd Fighter 
Squadron /482nd Fighter Wing at Homestead ARB, Florida. 
88-4405 C-130H Hercules MSN 382-5158. Active in April 2019 with 154th TS of 
Arkansas ANG at Little Rock AFB. 
93-0551 F-16C Block 52Q Fighting Falcon MSN CC-186. As F-16CM active in May 2019 with 
157th Fighter Squadron South Carolina ANG at McEntire Joint 
National Guard Base. 
99-0170 C-17A Globemaster III MSN 50074. Active in June 2019 with 58th Airlift Squadron/ 
97th Air Mobility Wing at Altus AFB, Oklahoma. 
00-0180 C-17A Globemaster III MSN 50088. Active in March 2014 with 62nd Airlift Wing at 
McChord AFB, Washington and in May 2019 with 758th 
Airlift Squadron at Greater Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 
08-5705 C-130J-30 Hercules MSN 382-5705. Active in May 2019 with 19th Airlift Wing 
at Little Rock AFB, Arkansas. 
15-00338 RO-6A Saturn Arch MSN 338. Active in September 2019 with 204th Military 
Intelligence Battalion at Fort Bliss, Texas. 
16-5851 C-130J-30 Hercules Active in September 2019 with 41st Airlift Squadron at Little Rock AFB, Arkansas. 
17-46035 KC-46A Pegasus Delivered to 22nd Air Refuelling Wing at McConnell AFB, 
Kansas in April 2019. 
17-46036 KC-46A Pegasus Delivered to 22nd Air Refuelling Wing at McConnell AFB, 
Kansas in April 2019. 

54-1405		F-102A
8/23/56: TOS USAF. 
9/56 to 3/58: 327th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron (Air Defense Command), George AFB, CA
10/56: San Antonio Air Material Area, Kelly AFB, TX for maintenance.
3/58: Convair, San Diego, CA.
6/58: 14th Consolidated Maintenance Squadron, (ADC), Burlington MAP, VT
5/59:  San Antonio Air Material Area, Kelly AFB, TX.
9/59: Mobile Air Material Area, Brookley AFB, AL.
12/59: 86th Fighter-Interceptor Wing (US Air Forces in Europe), Hahn AB, Germany.
11/60: 496th Fighter-Intercepter Squadron (USAFE), Hahn AB, Germany.
4/64: 59th Fighter-Intercepter Squadron (ADC), Goose AB, New Foundland.
5/64: 4780th Air Defense Wing (ADC), Perrin AFB, TX.
1966: 115th Fighter Group (ANG), Truax Field, Madison, WI.
4/70: Ferried to the Strategic Air Command Museum, Offutt AFB, NE.
1997: Transported to new museum site in Ashland, NE while under construction.
5/16/98: Placed on display as new SAC Museum opened.
2001: Museum name changed to Strategic Air and Space Museum.
6/22/15: Museum name changed to Strategic Air Command and Aerospace Museum.

56-1008		F-102A
1957: TOS USAF. Assigned to 2nd Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 52nd Fighter Group, Suffolk County AFB, NY.
Ca.1958: 86th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 502nd Air Defense Group, Youngstown, OH.
By 1960: 525th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 36th Tactical Fighter Wing, Bitburg AB, West Germany.
Ca.1962: 199th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron (ANG), 154th Fighter-Interceptor Group, Hickam AFB, HI.
ca.1966: 152nd Fighter-Interceptor Squadron (ANG), Tucson, AZ.
Ca.1968: 118th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron (ANG), 103rd Fighter-Interceptor Group, Bradley ANGB, CT.
6/18/70: MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as FJ145.
5/85: Scrapped and salvaged.
By 6/04: Cockpit section displayed at Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum, Kalamazoo, MI.

56-1017		F-102A
Ca.1957: TOS USAF
ca.1957: 2nd Fighter-Interceptor, Squadron, 52nd Fighter Group, Suffolk County AFB, Westhampton, NY.
ca.1959: 48th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, Langley AFB, VA.
ca.1960: 199th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron (ANG), 154th Fighter Wing, Hickham AFB, HI.
ca.1962: 182nd Fighter-Interceptor Squadron (ANG), 149th Fighter-Interceptor Group, Kelly AFB, TX.
ca.1966: 196th Fighter Interceptor Squadron ANG), 163rd Fighter Group, Ontario, CA.
5/25/70: MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as FJ132.
By 8/89: South Dakota Air and Space Museum, Ellsworth AFB, SD. Placed in storage for restoration.
2015: Placed on display.

56-1416		F-102A
Ca.1957: TOS USAF. Assigned to 4756th Air Defense Wing, Tyndall AFB, FL.
1962: 57th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, NAS Keflavik, Iceland. “On various occasions, it encountered Soviet aircraft flying reconnaissance missions over the arctic.” (NMUSAF).
After 7/70: 4780th Air Defense Wing, Perrin AFB, TX.
3/8/71: SOC USAF. Ferried to NMUSAF, Wright Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.

56-2317		TF-102A
Ca.1957: TOS USAF.  Assigned to 61st Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 327th Fighter Group, Truax Field WI. 
Ca.1959: 37th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 14th Fighter Group (Air Defense), Ethan Allen AFB, VT.
1960: 59th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, Goose Air Defense Sector, Goose Bay AB, Labrador.
1962: 4780th Air Defense Wing, Perrin AFB, TX.
1962: 4756th Air Defense Wing, Tyndall AFB, FL
UNK:  317th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, Alaskan Air Command, Elmendorf AFB, AK.
1963:  331st Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Webb AFB, TX.
Ca.1964: 111th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron (ANG), 147th Reconnaissance Wing, Ellington AFB, TX
UNK: 190th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron (ANG), 124th Fighter-Interceptor Group, Gowen Field, Boise, ID.
1968: Air Defense Weapons Center, Tyndall AFB, FL. Converted to PQM-102A
6/75: Bailed to Sperry Corporation for testing the drone control equipment, and for checkout flights for trainee drone pilots.
8/82: SOC USAF.
UNK: Yankee Air Museum, Detroit Willow Run Airport, Ypsilanti, MI.   By 1995
12/4/06: Transported by ground to Grissom Air Museum, Grissom AFB, IN. 

56-732		F-104A
1957: Constructed and used for testing, which rendered the aircraft non-flyable.
4/5/57: TOS USAF. Assigned to 3345th Technical Training Wing (Air Training Command), Chanute AFB, IL.
2/63: Redesignated GF-104A.
5/67: 3345th Maintenance and Supply Group (Air Training Command), Chanute AFB, IL.
8/74: SOC and placed on display at Thunderbird Airpark at Chanute AFB, IL
1993: Chanute Air Museum, Chanute AFB (formerly), Rantoul, IL.
2015: 134th Air Refueling Wing (ANG), McGhee Tyson ANGB, TN

56-754		F-104A	 (I could find no evidence that this plane went to Jordan.)
Ca.1957: TOS USAF. Assigned to Air Research and Development Command, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. 
Unknown date: Re-designated JF-104A.
Unknown date: Air Force Flight Test Center, Edwards AFB, CA.
9/19/67: MASDC, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ as FB001.
4/22/71: Photograph shows aircraft still located at MASDC.
10/22/71: Declared excess at MASDC.
By 8/95: National Museum of the USAF, Wright Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
By 7/96: Displayed mounted on pole marked as 56-0879, FG-879, which went to Pakistan in 1961.
By 11/14: Located on ramp by restoration hangar.
2016: Returned to display after replacing wings with those from F-104D 57-1322.

56-914		F-104C
Ca.1957: TOS USAF.
By 9/62: 435th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 479th Tactical Fighter Wing, George AFB, CA.
9/62: Flown by the winning pilot of the 1962 USAF William Tell Fighter Weapons Meet competition.
10/14/65: Deployed to Da Nang, South Vietnam. Primary role at this time was escorting EC-121Ds over Gulf of Tonkin.
11/21/65: Deployed to Kung Kuan AB, Taiwan.
12/65: Returned to George AFB, CA.
6/6/66: Deployed to Udorn RTAFB, Thailand, attached to 8th Tactical Fighter Wing. Provided escort for F-105s. Was one of first F-104s to be painted in camouflage.
7/67: Returned to George AFB, CA.
By 1971: 198th Tactical Fighter Squadron, Puerto Rico ANG, Muiz ANG Base.
8/75: Ferried to the National Museum of the USAF, Wright Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
The aircraft also served with the USAF in West Germany, and Spain (probably deployments with the 435th TFS).

56-934		F-104C
1959:  TOS USAF. Assigned to 479th Tactical Fighter Wing, George AFB, CA.
Unknown date: Deployed to Moron AFB, Spain.
Ca.1965: Air Force Flight Test Center, Edwards AFB, CA.
Ca.1965: TOS NASA with s/n 56-934. Used as space re-entry trainer.
12/73: SOC NASA.
By 1979: Displayed with Southern California Logistics Airport (formerly George AFB), Victorville, CA.
6/92: Museum of Flight, Boeing Field, Seattle, WA. Marked as F-104A 56-0790, NASA 820, N820NA.

57-1322		F-104D
Ca.1959: TOS USAF. Assigned to 479th Tactical Fighter Wing, George AFB, CA.
Unknown date: NMUSAF Loan Program.
By 1977: Loaned to Grissom Air Museum, Grissom AFB, IN. Mounted on concrete pillars as gate guard.
By 1988: Moved to museum area of Grissom AFB, IN.
7/95: Loaned to City of Huntington, IN. Placed on display with Wings of Freedom Museum at Huntington Municipal Airport.
By 1/16: National Museum of the USAF, Wright Field, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. Wings used to replace wings on F-104A 56-754.
4/18/17: Fuselage still sitting on the ramp by the NMUSAF restoration hangars.

57-1331		F-104D
Ca.1959: TOS USAF. Assigned to 479th Tactical Fighter Wing, George AFB, CA.
Ca.1960 to after 10/73: USAF Flight Test Center, Edwards AFB, CA. Used to fly chase for the X-15 project.
1964: Movie “Starfighters” was released, which included shots of 57-1331 from films taken by the USAF during 57-1331’s short tenure with the 479th TFW.
Unknown date: U.S. Air Force Armament Museum, Eglin AFB, FL.

63-13243		F-104G
1961: Constructed as F-104G, marked as 126 for test flights.
10/27/61: First test flight.
10/61: TOS West German Air Force with s/n KF+102, 26 flight hours at this time.
11/3/61: Transported by ship to Bremerhaven, Germany. 
Unknown date: Transported by rail from Bremerhaven to Manching AB, Germany. Assembled by Messerschmitt.
3/19/62: First post-reassembly flight by Messerschmitt pilot.
3/30/62: TOS Luftwaffe with s/n DA+321
4/3/62: Assigned to Jabo G31. New s/n BG+122 assigned.
3/13/63: Transported by air to Lockheed, Palmdale, CA.
1963: New s/n s/n 20+21.
1963: TOS USAF with s/n 63-13243. Also carried markings 20+21. Assigned to 4510the Combat Crew Training Wing, Luke AFB, AZ
Ca.1971: 4501st CCTW, MacDill AFB, FL.
By 3/76: 58th Tactical Fighter Training Wing, Kirtland AFB, NM.
By 10/80: 69th Tactical Fighter Training Squadron, 58th Tactical Training Wing, Luke AFB, AZ.
Note: While with noted training units the plane was used to train Luftwaffe pilots.
1982: Starred in the movie, The Right Stuff.
By 7/82:  New Luftwaffe markings DA+710.
7/19/83: Sold to USAF by West German Air Force with 3,591 flight hours.
Unknown date: TOS Republic of China Air Force with s/n 4368. Transferred to Taiwan under the Military Assistance Program under Project Ali Shan No.8. Assigned to No.42 Squadron, No. 2 Wing.
3/24/90: During TACAN approach in bad weather, collided with 4385 and crashed at Hsin Chu, Tao Yuan; pilot killed.



References:

1. John Andrade
2. Glenn Chatfield
3. Glenn Chatfield with information from Peter