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Lockheed Build # Model B C AF Tail # Year
Ordered/
Delivered
Total Hrs. SOLL II Accident Date Comment Status Date Last From Current Known Location AMARC #
6001 NC-141A 61-2775 1961 8,243 Now on static display @ Dover AFB Deleware -- This "A" model C-141 is the very first built, its maiden flight taking place on 17 December 1963, the 60th Anniversary of the Wright brothers first flight. Added to the collection in February 1998, it takes its place beside the C-141B already on display. This Starlifter spent its entire career as a test aircraft in numerous programs. This is one of only four C-141's that was not later modified into "B" model configuration. This Starlifter spent its entire career as a test aircraft in numerous programs. Just before being retired to the AMC Museum it was used to tow an F-106 fighter on a 1000-foot long towrope as a test to study the feasibility of launching the next generation of Space Shuttles from in-flight.
24-Feb-98 DOVER MUSEUM
6002 NC-141A 61-2776 1961 9,607 7-Aug-98 DM-scrapped 0055
6003 NC-141A 61-2777 1961 5,254 0010
6004 C-141A B C 61-2778 1961 39,412 21-Dec-01 Originally, the C-141 was scheduled to depart Memphis on 20 December 2001. During preflight inspection a fuel leak was discovered behind engine number two. Maintenance personnel evaluated the fuel leak and determined that repairs would be required prior to departure. The plane was defueled and towed to the fuel cell hangar for repairs. Maintenance personnel were unable to locate or repair the fuel leak, so they inserted fuel tank vent plugs and pressurized the fuel tank to locate the leak. The leak was found and repaired. Once the repair was completed, the fuel systems technician exited the fuel tank but failed to document or request an in-progress inspection (IPI). to ensure all tools and materials are removed from the fuel tank; and fuel tank plugs (if used) are extracted from the fuel tank vents. Thus a fuel vent plug was not removed. As the aircraft was being refueled, upon reaching approximately 120.000 pounds of jet fuel, the interior left wing fuel tank pressure exceeded wing structural tolerances, as pressure was unable to vent due to the forgotten fuel vent plug. Over-pressurization resulted in catastrophic failure of the left wing structure at the wing root. PROBABLE CAUSE: "The AIB President found by clear and convincing evidence that the primary cause of the mishap was over-pressurization of the left wing fuel tanks. The over-pressurization was the direct result of the fuel systems technician's failure to remove a fuel tank vent plug. The forgotten fuel tank vent plug, in turn, caused the fuel tank overpressurization leading to its rupture."
6005 NC-141A 61-2779 1961 5,815 Edwards AFB Museum 1-Jan-93 EDWARDS
6006 C-141A 63-8075 1963 42,419 Travis Air Museum CA ("salvaged through Travis DMRO) 6-Apr-93 TRAVIS
6007 C-141A B 63-8076 1963 41,418 25-Apr-03 MCGUIRE AMARC
6008 C-141A 63-8077 1963 14,372 28-Aug-73 While on approach to Madrid-Torrejon AFB, the C-141 was cleared to descend to 5000 feet. The crew continued and descended to 3000 feet until it struck a ridge, became airborne again, rolled over and crashed into a ravine in an inverted attitude 28-Aug-93
6009 C-141A B 63-8078 1963
15-OCT-64
40,122 "e" point crack 12-Dec-95 Altus SCRAPPED-DM 0015
6010 C-141A B 63-8079 1963/
12-NOV-64
41,545 Charleston AFB (South Carolina) Museum Display 24-Jun-93 CHARLESTON
6011 C-141A B C 63-8080 1963/
01-DEC-64
37,823 24-Jan-03 TN ANG AMARC
6012 C-141A B 63-8081 1963/
14-DEC-64
38,492 7-May-00 MCCHORD AMARC 0104
6013 C-141A B 63-8082 1963/
21-DEC-64
39,146 18-Jan-02 MCCHORD AMARC 0151
6014 C-141A B 63-8083 1963/
27-JAN-65
37,320 10-Apr-96 MCGUIRE SCRAPPED-DM 0022
6015 C-141A B C 63-8084 1963/
16-FEB-65
41,496
6016 C-141A B C 63-8085 1963/
04-MAR-65
37,602 14-Oct-03 MARCH AMARC
6017 C-141A B 63-8086 1963/
16-MAR-65
41,177 19-Dec-97 MCCHORD AMARC 0048
6018 C-141A B 63-8087 1963/
24-MAR-65
38,764 23-Apr-99 ALTUS AMARC 0087
6019 C-141A B 63-8088 1963/
21-APR-65
41,473 Museum @ Travis "Golden Bear" - replaces 63-8075 21-Mar-96 TRAVIS
6020 C-141A B 63-8089 1963/
29-APR-65
37,787 22-Oct-96 MCCHORD AMARC 0028
6021 C-141A B 63-8090 1963/
13-APR-65
42,017 Wing Crack from Altus, through Travis(Yokota) 7-Aug-96 ALTUS? AMARC 0027
6022 C-141A B C 64-0609 1964/
21-MAY-65
34,678 23-Jul-97 MCCHORD AMARC 0038
6023 C-141A B 64-0610 1964/
02-JUN-65
40,165 15-Mar-99 ALTUS AMARC 0065
6024 C-141A B 64-0611 1964/
07-MAY-65
41,729 14-Jan-02 MCCHORD AMARC 0146
6025 C-141A B 64-0612 1964/
21-MAY-65
41,210 1-Feb-00 ALTUS AMARC 0082
6026 C-141A B 64-0613 1964/
25-JUN-65
42,363 24-Nov-97 MCGUIRE AMARC 0044
6027 C-141A B 64-0614 1964/
09-JUN-65
37,186
6028 C-141A B 64-0615 1964/
15-JUN-65
39,583 2-Feb-00 MCCHORD AMARC 0083
6029 C-141A B 64-0616 1964/
24-JUN-65
42,801 5-Sep-00 MCGUIRE AMARC 0110
6030 C-141A B 64-0617 1964/
16-JUN-65
33,518 15-Mar-96 ALTUS SCRAPPED-DM 0019
6031 C-141A B 64-0618 1964/
23-JUN-65
41,469 4-Apr-01 MCCHORD AMARC 0122
6032 C-141A B C 64-0619 1964/
24-JUN-65
41,135
6033 C-141A B 64-0620 1964/
22-JUL-65
37,033
6034 C-141A B 64-0621 1964/
20-JUL-65
39,338 5-Apr-00 CHARLESTON AMARC 0091
6035 C-141A B 64-0622 1964/
16-AUG-65
38,244 28-May-03 TN ANG AMARC 0036
6036 C-141A B 64-0623 1964/
25-AUG-65
39,818 14-Sep-99 MCGUIRE AMARC 0075
6037 C-141A B 64-0624 1964/
13-AUG-65
27,379 12-Jul-84 CRASHED AT NAS SIGONELLA (Sicily, Italy) ============= CHARLESTON =====
6038 C-141A B 64-0625 1964/
13-AUG-65
36,829 MAIN LANDING GEAR CRACK 22-Oct-97 MCGUIRE AMARC 0041
6039 C-141A B 64-0626 1964/
22-SEP-65
38,365 Static Display @ Dover Museum (frame crack) 12-Mar-96 MCGUIRE DOVER MUSEUM
6040 C-141A B C 64-0627 1964/
03-SEP-65
40,631
6041 C-141A B 64-0628 1964/
31-AUG-65
40,439 4-Dec-00 MCGUIRE AMARC 0112
6042 C-141A B 64-0629 1964/
22-SEP-65
39,653 19-May-99 ALTUS AMARC 0071
6043 C-141A B 64-0630 1964/
10-SEP-65
37,842 YES 14-Nov-00 MCGUIRE SCRAPPED-DM 0111
6044 C-141A B 64-0631 1964/
22-SEP-65
39,150 20-Dec-00 ALTUS AMARC 0113
6045 C-141A B C 64-0632 1964/
28-SEP-65
38,029 first "C" model to be "retired" 3-Dec-02 MS ANG AMARC
6046 C-141A B 64-0633 1964/
29-SEP-65
40,705 tail dragger MCGUIRE
6047 C-141A B 64-0634 1964/
29-SEP-65
36,898 23-Apr-96 MCCHORD AMARC 0025
6048 C-141A B 64-0635 1964/
06-OCT-65
38,253 20-Jun-97 MCCHORD AMARC 0036
6049 C-141A B 64-0636 1964/
11-OCT-65
35,372 8-Jun-93 NORTON AMARC 0004
6050 C-141A B 64-0637 1964/
09-NOV-65
38,517
6051 C-141A B 64-0638 1964/
17-OCT-65
41,410 17-Jan-02 MCCHORD AMARC 0150
6052 C-141A B 64-0639 1964/
26-OCT-65
37,502 20-May-97 ALTUS AMARC 0037
6053 C-141A B 64-0640 1964/
27-OCT-65
39,618
6054 C-141A 64-0641 1964/
26-OCT-65
16,793 20-Mar-75 Near Seattle-The C-141 Starlifter struck a ridge of Mt. Constance in Olympic National Park. An air traffic controller mistook the airplane for another aircraft and gave the pilot a wrong clearance 21-Mar-75 ======= =====
6055 C-141A B 64-0642 1964/
27-OCT-65
32,509 loadmaster trainer @ Altus 20-Mar-96 ALTUS
6056 C-141A B 64-0643 1964/
04-NOV-65
44,006 17-Aug-00 MCCHORD AMARC 0109
6057 C-141A B 64-0644 1964/
17-NOV-65
41,452 ground trainer-museum status 7/15/98/ 'SCRAPPED IN JULY 2000' 23-Aug-96 MCGUIRE
6058 C-141A B 64-0645 1964/
22-NOV-65
40,806
6059 C-141A B 64-0646 1964/
17-NOV-65
41,346 11-Feb-00 MCGQUIRE AMARC 0086
6060 C-141A B 64-0647 1964/
19-NOV-65
18,547 18-Sep-79 Charleston SC - Destroyed by ground fire. ============= ======= =====
6061 C-141A B 64-0648 1964/
24-NOV-65
35,129 1-Jul-93 TRAVIS SCRAPPED-DM 0005
6062 C-141A B 64-0649 1964/
29-NOV-65
39,717 19-Jul-00 Charleston AMARC 0107
6063 C-141A B 64-0650 1964/
24-NOV-65
39,568 over "G" roll ?? 3-Oct-95 travis SCRAPPED-DM 0012
6064 C-141A B 64-0651 1964/
29-NOV-65
40,409 21-Nov-96 ALTUS AMARC 0029
6065 C-141A B 64-0652 1964/
08-DEC-65
24,246 31-Aug-82 Crashed in Knoxville TN ============= Charleston =====
6066 C-141A B 64-0653 1964/
10-DEC-65
41,271 fuselage to Brooks for training 15-Apr-97 McChord/Andrews? AMARC 0034
6067 C-141A B C 65-0216 1965/
14-DEC-65
36,849
6068 C-141A B 65-0217 1965/
17-DEC-65
43,051 24-Jul-01 ALTUS AMARC 0136
6069 C-141A B 65-0218 1965/
27-DEC-65
40,631 5-Sep-01 MCGQUIRE AMARC 0140
6070 C-141A B 65-0219 1965/
29-DEC-65
39,708 30-Jul-01 ALTUS AMARC 0137
6071 C-141A B 65-0220 1965/
28-DEC-65
41,412 18-Jul-01 ALTUS AMARC 0135
6072 C-141A B 65-0221 1965/
05-JAN-66
42,594 16-Jan-02 MCCHORD AMARC 0148
6073 C-141A B C 65-0222 1965/
18-JAN-66
39,213 6-Jan-03 TN ANG AMARC
6074 C-141A B 65-0223 1965/
17-JAN-66
36,874 1-Oct-98 ALTUS AMARC 0058
6075 C-141A B 65-0224 1965/
31-JAN-66
42,330 YES 21-Aug-01 MCGQUIRE AMARC 0130
6076 C-141A B C 65-0225 1965/
24-JAN-66
35,744
6077 C-141A B 65-0226 1965/
26-JAN-66
35,029
6078 C-141A B 65-0227 1965/
28-JAN-66
41,158 23-Sep-98 Wright-Patt AMARC 0057
6079 GC-141B B 65-0228 1965/
16-FEB-66
36,251 Ground Trainer @ Sheppard AFG / NOTED 'ON DUMP', IN JAN 2000, BUT GONE BY AUG 2000. PRESUMABLY SCRAPPED. 18-Apr-98 Sheppard AFB
6080 C-141A B C 65-0229 1965/
07-FEB-66
42,019
6081 C-141A B 65-0230 1965 43,310 2-May-00 MCCHORD AMARC 0095
6082 C-141A B 65-0231 1965 44,920 5-Apr-01 MCCHORD AMARC 0123
6083 C-141A B C 65-0232 1965 42,375 2-Sep-03 WRIGHT PATT AMARC
6084 C-141A B 65-0233 1965 37,368 fuselage shipped to Ft Bragg 29-Jul-93 TRAVIS Ft BRAGG 0009
6085 C-141A B 65-0234 1965 44,708 2-Apr-99 MCCHORD AMARC 0066
6086 C-141A B 65-0235 1965 42,100 3-Jul-01 MCCHORD AMARC 0133
6087 C-141A B 65-0236 1965 31,658 Scott AFB Museum 8-Sep-93 ALTUS SCOTT AFB
6088 C-141A B 65-0237 1965 43,220
6089 C-141A B 65-0238 1965 43,146 21-Jan-00 ALTUS AMARC 0081
6090 C-141A B 65-0239 1965 44,690 4-May-00 MCCHORD AMARC 0097
6091 C-141A B 65-0240 1965 42,467 7-Nov-01 MCCHORD AMARC 0142
6092 C-141A B 65-0241 1965 44,167 3-Feb-00 MCCHORD AMARC 0084
6093 C-141A B 65-0242 1965 43,634 5-Apr-99 MCGUIRE AMARC 0067
6094 C-141A B 65-0243 1965 42,878 6-Apr-99 ALTUS AMARC 0068
6095 C-141A B 65-0244 1965 43,564 3-May-00 MCCHORD AMARC 0096
6096 C-141A B C 65-0245 1965 43,124 8-Oct-03 MARCH AMARC
6097 C-141A B 65-0246 1965 28,675 1986 Travis-burned left wing off after taxi accident on 10/15/86--collided with lite pole! ============= ======= =====
6098 C-141A B 65-0247 1965 41,429 15-Sep-96 TRAVIS AMARC 0011
6099 C-141A B C 65-0248 1965 40,234 sent to DM in spring of 2005…sat there for about 2 months then re-generated and flew to Warner-Robbins to become a museum piece.
6100 C-141A B C 65-0249 1965 40,212 retirement scheduled for 10 Nov 05
6101 C-141A B 65-0250 1965 43,228 retirement scheduld for 3 Nov 05
6102 C-141A B 65-0251 1965 46,732 3-Apr-01 MCCHORD AMARC 0121
6103 C-141A B 65-0252 1965 40,438 21-Dec-98 MCGUIRE AMARC 0063
6104 C-141A B 65-0253 1965 38,693 7-Oct-93 Travis-caught fire on ramp-Aux Fuel Tank Pump problem? ============= ======= =====
6105 C-141A B 65-0254 1965 45,238 5-Jul-00 MCCHORD AMARC 0103
6106 C-141A B 65-0255 1965 37,744 30-Nov-92 Montana-mid air with another C-141 (66-0142) ============= ======= =====
6107 C-141A B C 65-0256 1965 42,927 9-Sep-03 WRIGHT PATT AMARC
6108 C-141A B 65-0257 1965 43,570 Static display @ March AFB CA. The museum's C-141B Starlifter, serial number 65-0257, was delivered to the US Air Force in 1966 and has been assigned to Travis AFB, CA., McChord AFB, WA., Norton AFB, CA., and March AFB, CA. It was last assigned to the 452nd Air Mobility Wing, March AFB, CA. Its nose art is "Spirit of the Inland Empire". It retired from service and was towed across the runway to the museum in November, 1999 after its 44,130 flight hours had exceeded designed safety limit specifications. This aircraft was also modified to carry the Minuteman Missile.

This aircraft was the first plane to arrive in Oklahoma City with the Red Cross and search dogs, after the tragic bombing.

65-0257 came to rest at the March Field Air Museum on 10 Nov 1999.

According to the AF Historical Research Agency, Maxwell AFB, AL, this aircraft had the following history:

- Manufactured by Lockheed Aircraft, Marietta GA and gained by the USAF on 27 May 1966.

- Jun 1966 To 60th Military Airlift Wing (Military Air Transport Command), Travis AFB CA

- Apr 1971 To 62nd Military Airlift Wing (Military Airlift Command) McChord AFB WA

- Mar 1982 To Lockheed Aircraft, Marietta (to C-141B)

- Jun 1983 To 62nd Military Airlift Wing (MAC), McChord AFB (deployment to Travis AFB)

- Nov 1986 To 60th Military Airlift Wing (MAC), Travis AFB (last assignment located)

This aircraft is on loan from the Air Force Museum, Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio.



29-Sep-99 MARCH MARCH
6109 C-141A B 65-0258 1965 43,202 14-Oct-03 WRIGHT PATT AMARC
6110 NC-141A B US Govt 1965 ≅13,500 Became 714 = the NASA one!
6111 C-141A B 65-0259 1965 45,841 2-Apr-01 MCCHORD AMARC 0118
6112 C-141A B 65-0260 1965 41,654 5-Aug-99 MCCHORD AMARC 0073
6113 C-141A B C 65-0261 1965 38,747
6114 C-141A B 65-0262 1965 37,896 13-Jul-93 MCCHORD AMARC 0007
6115 C-141A B 65-0263 1965 39,827 28-Aug-98 ALTUS AMARC 0064
6116 C-141A B 65-0264 1965 39,794 18-Mar-96 ALTUS AMARC 0020
6117 C-141A B 65-0265 1965 33,701 24-Apr-96 TRAVIS AMARC 0026
6118 C-141A B 65-0266 1965 41,164 YES 8-Jan-00 MCGUIRE AMARC 0010
6119 C-141A B 65-0267 1965 43,663 9-Apr-02 MCCHORD AMARC 0161
6120 C-141A B 65-0268 1965 42,452 21-Apr-97 TRAVIS AMARC 0035
6121 C-141A B 65-0269 1965 40,355 18-May-00 CHARLESTON AMARC 0098
6122 C-141A B 65-0270 1965 41,048 19-Nov-97 CHARLESTON AMARC 0042
6123 C-141A B C 65-0271 1965 33,438 2-Sep-03 ANDREWS AMARC
6124 C-141A B 65-0272 1965 41,794 4-Jun-98 ALTUS AMARC 0053
6125 C-141A B 65-0273 1965 42,103 1-Apr-02 MCGUIRE AMARC 0156
6126 C-141A B 65-0274 1965 16,339 18-Aug-74 crashed @ La Paz Bolivia ============= CHARLESTON =====
6127 C-141A B 65-0275 1965 40,129 17-Dec-98 CHARLESTON AMARC 0062
6128 C-141A B 65-0276 1965 41,248 15-Jun-00 CHARLESTON AMARC 0102
6129 C-141A B 65-0277 1965 38,137 on static display at KTCM…first C141 assigned to KTCM 7-Jun-96 McChord mcchord
6130 C-141A B 65-0278 1965 36,603 5-Jun-96 altus AMARC 0016
6131 C-141A B 65-0279 1965 42,970 6-Feb-02 MCGUIRE AMARC
6132 C-141A B 65-0280 1965 35,712 1-May-00 ANDREWS AMARC 0094
6133 C-141A 65-0281 1965 53 7-Sep-66 ramp fire at KTCM ============= ======= =====
6134 C-141A B 65-9397 1965 35,364 2-Apr-96 from PDM AMARC 0021
6135 C-141A B 65-9398 1965 33,906 LWR CW PNL Hole Double Driller 23-May-93 NORTON DM-scrapped 0002
6136 C-141A B 65-9399 1965 39,656 10-Oct-95 MCCHORD DM-scrapped 0014
6137 C-141A B 65-9400 1965 30,725 Altus Museum 7-Sep-95 ALTUS ALTUS
6138 C-141A B 65-9401 1965 37,599 YES 2-Apr-02 MCGUIRE AMARC 0157
6139 C-141A B 65-9402 1965 31,116 16-Jan-96 ALTUS DM-scrapped 0018
6140 C-141A B 65-9403 1965 45,875 8-Jan-00 MCCHORD AMARC 0100
6141 C-141A B 65-9404 1965 39,707 9-Dec-97 MCCHORD AMARC 0047
6142 C-141A B 65-9405 1965 36,430 14-Sep-97 65 nm w off namibia=At approximately 1510 hours UTC, 65 nautical miles west of the Namibian, coast, a US Air Force C-141B Starlifter collided with a German Air Force (Luftwaffe) Tupolev 154M in mid-air. The C-141B, serial number 65-9405 was using the call sign REACH 4201 and was operated by the 437th Air Mobility Wing; the Tupolev used the call sign GAF 074. At 1411 UTC, REACH 4201 had departed from Windhoek, Namibia. The aircraft was at its filed for and assigned cruise level of 35,000 feet (FL350). The aircraft was on its filed for and assigned flight plan routing. Earlier at 1035 UTC, GAF 074 departed Diori Hamani International, Niamey, Niger, after refueling, continuing to its next refueling stop at Windhoek. At the time of the accident, the aircraft was not at its filed for cruise level of FL390 but was still at its initially assigned cruise level FL350. The aircraft was on its filed for and assigned flight plan routing. Windhoek ATC was in sole and continuous radio contact with REACH 4201 on VHF 124.7. The agency did not know GAF 074's movement. Luanda ATC , at one time, was in radio contact with GAF 074 on HF 8903, but they were not in radio contact with REACH 4201. Luanda ATC did receive flight plans for both aircraft but a departure message for only REACH 4201. PROBABLE CAUSE: "The primary cause of this accident, in my opinion, was GAF 074 flying a cruise level (FL350) which was not the level they had filed for (FL390). Neither FL350 nor FL390 were the correct cruise levels for that aircraft's magnetic heading according to International Civil Aviation Organization regulations. The appropriate cruise level would have been FL290, FL330, FL370, FL410, etc.
A substantially contributing factor was ATC agency Luanda's poor management of air traffic through its airspace. While ATC communications could be improved, ATC agency û Luanda did have all the pertinent information it needed to provide critical advisories to both aircraft. If ATC agency Luanda was unable to contact GAF 074, it should have used other communication means (HF radio, telefax or telephone) to contact REACH 4201 through ATC agency Windhoek, as outlined in governing documents.

Another substantially contributing factor was the complicated and sporadic operation of the Aeronautical Fixed Telecommunications Network (AFTN). Routing of messages to affected air traffic control agencies is not direct and is convoluted, creating unnecessary delays and unfortunate misroutings. Specifically, ATC agency Windhoek did not receive a flight plan or a departure message on GAF 074, which could have been used by the controllers to identify the conflict so they could have advised REACH 4201.

In my opinion, the absence of TCAS was not a cause or substantially contributing factor, but the presence of a fully operational TCAS could have prevented the accident." (William H.C. Schell, jr., Colonel, USAF President, Accident Investigation Board)




============= ======= =====
6143 C-141A B 65-9406 1965 37,698 reclamation @ Wrobbins-Wing Crack 2-Apr-01 MCGUIRE scrapped
6144 C-141A B 65-9407 1965 1,012 23-Mar-67 Collided with A-6 on runway. The A-6 crew escaped despite the fact that one of its bombs exploded 23-Mar-67 MCCHORD =====
6145 C-141A B 65-9408 1965 43,082 29-Jun-01 MCGUIRE AMARC 0132
6146 C-141A B C 65-9409 1965 39,841 11-Sep-03 WRIGHT PATT ?
6147 C-141A B 65-9410 1965 34,908 25-May-93 AMARC 0003
6148 C-141A B 65-9411 1965 40,836 13-Apr-01 MCCHORD AMARC 0003
6149 C-141A B C 65-9412 1965 42,161 retirement sched for 8 Dec 05
6150 C-141A B 65-9413 1965 43,718 2-Apr-01 MCGUIRE AMARC 0119
6151 C-141A B C 65-9414 1965 38,024
6152 GC-141B B 66-0126 1966 35,964 Ground Trainer @ Sheppard-Wing Damage Jacking 6-Apr-93 Sheppard AFB
6153 C-141A B - 66-0127 1966 973 13-Apr-67 crashed into Cam Ranh Bay Viet Nam ============= ======= =====
6154 C-141A B 66-0128 1966 40,224 10-Sep-98 MCCHORD AMARC 0056
6155 C-141A B 66-0129 1966 39,454 17-Apr-96 MCCHORD 0023
6156 C-141A B C 66-0130 1966 39,466 25-Feb-03 MS ANG AMARC
6157 C-141A B 66-0131 1966 31,724 YES 22-Jan-02 MCGUIRE AMARC 0152
6158 C-141A B 66-0132 1966 38,036 retirement sched for 1 Dec 05
6159 C-141A B 66-0133 1966 40,554 5-Jun-02 MCGUIRE AMARC 0164
6160 C-141A B C 66-0134 1966 37,672
6161 C-141A B 66-0135 1966 39,742 22-Dec-97 CHARLESTON AMARC 0049
6162 C-141A B C 66-0136 1966 42,878 2-Oct-03 MARCH AMARC
6163 C-141A B 66-0137 1966 42,411 12-Jan-01 ALTUS AMARC 0115
6164 C-141A B 66-0138 1966 39,074 11-Jan-96 ALTUS AMARC 0017
6165 C-141A B C 66-0139 1966 40,621 16-Dec-02 TN ANG AMARC
6166 C-141A B 66-0140 1966 44,810 15-Jan-02 MCCHORD AMARC
6167 C-141A B 66-0141 1966 40,144 4-Jan-97 ALTUS AMARC 0046
6168 C-141A B 66-0142 1966 31,857 30-Nov-92 Montana - mid air with another C-141 (65-0225) 1-Dec-92 MCCHORD =====
6169 C-141A B 66-0143 1966 31,640 FIRST aircraft to AMARC-Wing Damage 11-May-93 ALTUS SCRAPPED 0001
6170 C-141A B 66-0144 1966 39,389 29-Jun-01 ALTUS AMARC 0131
6171 C-141A B 66-0145 1966 39,358 20-Dec-96 MCCHORD AMARC 0030
6172 C-141A B 66-0146 1966 37,955 11-Aug-00 ALTUS AMARC 0109
6173 C-141A B 66-0147 1966 42,348
6174 C-141A B C 66-0148 1966 44,658 4-Sep-03 WRIGHT PATT AMARC
6175 C-141A B 66-0149 1966 32,401 Training for CLSS 13-Apr-00 MCCHORD ROBBINS
6176 C-141A B 66-0150 1966 29,148 20-Feb-89 Hurlburt Field FL - crashed ============= NORTON =====
6177 C-141A B C 66-0151 1966 38,436
6178 C-141A B C 66-0152 1966 40,866
6179 C-141A B 66-0153 1966 35,404 24-Apr-00 ANDREWS AMARC 0093
6180 C-141A B 66-0154 1966 35,041 Wings removed-used as loadmaster trainer @ ALTUS-Jack Damage 20-Mar-96 ALTUS ALTUS
6181 C-141A B 66-0155 1966 40,479 YES 10-May-01 MCGUIRE AMARC 0125
6182 C-141A B 66-0156 1966 40,484 21-Mar-01 ALTUS AMARC 0117
6183 C-141A B C 66-0157 1966 38,587
6184 C-141A B 66-0158 1966 41,724 3-Jan-02 MCCHORD AMARC 0144
6185 C-141A B 66-0159 1966 39,678 7-Dec-99 ?? AMARC 0079
6186 C-141A B C 66-0160 1966 44,156
6187 C-141A B 66-0161 1966 38,599 ABDR Trainer 11-Dec-98 ALTUS Kelly 0126
6188 C-141A B 66-0162 1966 42,622 17-May-01 ALTUS AMARC 0126
6189 C-141A B 66-0163 1966 40,165 5-Jun-01 ALTUS AMARC 0127
6190 C-141A B C 66-0164 1966 37,436
6191 C-141A B 66-0165 1966 40,196 5-Nov-01 MCCHORD AMARC 0141
6192 C-141A B 66-0166 1966 43,226 19-Dec-01 MCCHORD AMARC 0143
6193 C-141A B C 66-0167 1966 37,416
6194 C-141A B 66-0168 1966 39,953 2-Dec-02 MCGUIRE AMARC
6195 C-141A B 66-0169 1966 41,305
6196 C-141A B 66-0170 1966 35,843 8-Jul-93 MCCHORD SCRAPPED 0006
6197 C-141A B 66-0171 1966 37,052 28-Feb-02 MCCHORD AMARC 0153
6198 C-141A B 66-0172 1966 36,829 14-Oct-98 ALTUS AMARC 0059
6199 C-141A B 66-0173 1966 36,132 23-Mar-94 Pope AFB An F-16D collided with a C-130E. The F-16 pilot ejected and his aircraft crashed into a staging area with a C-141B, killing twenty-four Army personnel and injuring more than 100 soldiers and civilians on the ground.
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6200 C-141A B 66-0174 1966 34,295
6201 C-141A B 66-0175 1966 38,755 7-Jan-02 MCCHORD AMARC 0145
6202 GC-141B B 66-0176 1966 30,316 Ground trainer-weep hole cracks 3-Mar-93 Sheppard
6203 C-141A B C 66-0177 1966 39,337 This is the HANOI TAXI !! At USAF Museum as of 6 May 2006 Wright-Patterson
6204 C-141A B 66-0178 1966 38,985 16-Dec-98 MCGUIRE 0061
6205 C-141A B 66-0179 1966 36,765 25-Jul-97 ALTUS AMARC 0039
6206 C-141A B 66-0180 1966 34,324 Robbins AFB Museum 28-Oct-94 ROBBINS
6207 C-141A B C 66-0181 1966 38,867
6208 C-141A B C 66-0182 1966 42,106
6209 C-141A B 66-0183 1966 42,665
6210 C-141A B 66-0184 1966 38,818 26-Jun-04 MCCHORD AMARC 0129
6211 C-141A B 66-0185 1966 34,173
6212 C-141A B 66-0186 1966 23,824 salvaged at Lockheed' 20-May-93 scrapped - Warner Robbins
6213 C-141A B 66-0187 1966 40,681 29-Mar-00 ALTUS AMARC 0089
6214 C-141A B 66-0188 1966 33,578 "Bad Actor" ?? 22-Jul-93 MCCHORD AMARC 0008
6215 C-141A B 66-0189 1966 29,092 "Bad Actor" - Sheppard Ground Trainer 18-Apr-94 SHEPPARD
6216 C-141A B C 66-0190 1966 36,378
6217 C-141A B C 66-0191 1966 32,580
6218 C-141A B C 66-0192 1966 36,610 YES 3-Apr-02 MCGUIRE AMARC 0158
6219 C-141A B C 66-0193 1966 38,882
6220 C-141A B 66-0194 1966 38,876 24-Mar-00 CHARLESTON AMARC 0088
6221 C-141A B 66-0195 1966 39,146 4-Apr-00 MCCHORD AMARC 0090
6222 C-141A B 66-0196 1966 41,240 4-Mar-02 MCGUIRE AMARC 0155
6223 C-141A B 66-0197 1966 37,365 27-Dec-00 MCCHORD AMARC 0114
6224 C-141A B 66-0198 1966 40,314 10-Oct-99 MCCHORD AMARC 0077
6225 C-141A B 66-0199 1966 35,648 10-Apr-00 ANDREWS AMARC 0092
6226 C-141A B 66-0200 1966 37,384 13-Apr-98 AMARC 0052
6227 C-141A B C 66-0201 1966 40,579 MCHCHORD AMARC
6228 C-141A B 66-0202 1966 36,644 4-Feb-00 MCGUIRE AMARC 0085
6229 C-141A B 66-0203 1966 35,809 30-Dec-97 ALTUS AMARC 0050
6230 C-141A B 66-0204 1966 37,624 13-Nov-97 ALTUS AMARC 0045
6231 C-141A B 66-0205 1966 36,604 17-Dec-96 ALTUS AMARC 0031
6232 C-141A B 66-0206 1966 38,739 30-Jul-01 ALTUS AMARC 0138
6233 C-141A B 66-0207 1966 36,402 "E" point Crack 1-Oct-97 MCGUIRE AMARC 0040
6234 C-141A B 66-0208 1966 39,394 28-Mar-97 MCCHORD AMARC 0032
6235 C-141A B 66-0209 1966 37,692 22-Feb-00 MCCHORD AMARC 0087
6236 C-141A B 66-7944 1966 43,270 mcguire
6237 C-141A B 66-7945 1966 35,683 18-Apr-96 CHARLESTON AMARC 0024
6238 C-141A B 66-7946 1966 38,687 20-Jul-99 MCCHORD AMARC 0072
6239 C-141A B 66-7947 1966 38,439 planned for air museum @ mcguire AFB … hasn't flown in 2 years (as of July 2004) 3-Jul-02 mcguire mcguire
6240 C-141A B 66-7948 1966 41,337 29-May-02 mcguire AMARC 0162
6241 C-141A B 66-7949 1966 40,539 28-Apr-99 MCCHORD AMARC 0070
6242 C-141A B C 66-7950 1966 41,533
6243 C-141A B 66-7951 1966 37,041 4-Nov-99 MCCHORD AMARC 0078
6244 C-141A B C 66-7952 1966 38,395 1-Oct-03 AMARC
6245 C-141A B C 66-7953 1966 40,215
6246 C-141A B C 66-7954 1966 38,815
6247 C-141A B 66-7955 1966 40,143 mcguire
6248 C-141A B 66-7956 1966 40,958 16-Jan-02 mcguire AMARC
6249 C-141A B C 66-7957 1966 42,318
6250 C-141A B 66-7958 1966 38,834 17-Feb-98 MCCHORD AMARC 0051
6251 C-141A B 66-7959 1966 40,941
6252 C-141A B 67-0001 1967 38,277 23-Dec-99 MCCHORD AMARC 0808
6253 C-141A B 67-0002 1967 41,284 30-May-02 MCGUIRE AMARC 0163
6254 C-141A B 67-0003 1967 35,646 YES 1-Oct-02 MCGUIRE AMARC
6255 C-141A B 67-0004 1967 40,894 YES 18-Oct-02 MCGUIRE AMARC
6256 C-141A B 67-0005 1967 38,008 14-Nov-97 MCCHORD AMARC 0043
6257 C-141A - - 67-0006 1967 15,228 28-Aug-76 Peterborough UK-Severe thunderstorm ripped an engine off the wing and the rest of the aircraft disintegrated 28-Aug-76 MCGUIRE =====
6258 C-141A B 67-0007 1967 36,106 29-Sep-99 MCCHORD AMARC 0076
6259 C-141A - - 67-0008 1967 14,989 28-Aug-76 Sonderstrom Air Base Greenland….Landed long, did a go around, and stalled the aircraft. 28-Aug-76 MCGUIRE =====
6260 C-141A B 67-0009 1967 40,702 24-Jul-98 MCCHORD AMARC 0054
6261 C-141A B 67-0010 1967 39,491 YES 4-Apr-02 MCGUIRE AMARC
6262 C-141A B 67-0011 1967 38,721 Ground Trainer-North Field-CTR Wing Cracks 7-Apr-97 CHARLESTON CHARLESTON
6263 C-141A B 67-0012 1967 39,115 LAST C-141B On Active Duty-Sent to DM on 9/16/2004 16-Sep-04 McGUIRE
6264 C-141A B 67-0013 1967 38,225 10-Jul-00 MCGUIRE AMARC 0105
6265 C-141A B 67-0014 1967 34,986 YES 5-Apr-02 MCGUIRE AMARC 0160
6266 C-141A B C 67-0015 1967 34,800 1-Oct-03 AMARC
6267 C-141A B 67-0016 1967 38,188 12-Jul-01 MCCHORD AMARC 0134
6268 C-141A - - 67-0017 1967 21,878 7-Mar-82 fire damage at McIntire ANG Base SC 13-Mar-82 charleston =====
6269 C-141A B 67-0018 1967 39,163 1-Mar-01 MCCHORD AMARC 0116
6270 C-141A B 67-0019 1967 38,515 mcguire
6271 C-141A B 67-0020 1967 33,247 17-Jul-00 charleston AMARC 0106
6272 C-141A B C 67-0021 1967 39,128
6273 C-141A B 67-0022 1967 31,411 6-Jun-00 altus AMARC 0099
6274 C-141A B 67-0023 1967 32,730 Fuel Tank Corrosion 6-Oct-95 WRIGHT-PATT AMARC 0013
6275 C-141A B C 67-0024 1967 38,086 1-Oct-03 AMARC
6276 C-141A B 67-0025 1967 35,018 11-Apr-97 MCGUIRE AMARC 0033
6277 C-141A B 67-0026 1967 38,137 19-Aug-01 MCCHORD AMARC 0074
6278 C-141A B C 67-0027 1967 37,824 1-Oct-03 AMARC
6279 C-141A B 67-0028 1967 39,074 MCCHORD AMARC 0128
6280 C-141A B C 67-0029 1967 34,714
6281 C-141A B - 67-0030 1967 18,719 12-Nov-80 Near Cairo Egypt-Descended fast and crashed while approaching Cairo 12-Nov-80 TRAVIS =====
6282 C-141A B C 67-0031 1967 38,285 16-Sep-05 Wright-Patt AMARC
6283 C-141A B 67-0164 1967 40,259 was given serial number N4141A for a world tour. 6-Nov-98 MCCHORD AMARC 0060
6284 C-141A B 67-0165 1967 34,989 27-Jun-01 CHARLESTON AMARC 0130
6285 C-141A B C 67-0166 1967 21,315 Was CINCMAC aircraft. Now at Scott AFB where it go to their museum. 1-Nov-03 AMARC
Summary Totals as of 7/1/2004
Total Flying Hours 10,611,720
Max Flight Hours 46,732 Tail # 65-0251
Min Flight Hours 53 Tail Number 65-0281
Burned on ramp at McChord, shortly after delivery from the factory
Avg Flight Hours 37,365