Friday, April 17, 2009

FY 1975 production aircraft (52)

Compiled by Oliver Tafel and Joachim Jacob

75-0258 (A10-0007) 358th TFTS, 355th FW (DM); to AMARC as AC0020 26 Feb 1992; still at AMARC 15 Jan 2008

75-0259 (A10-0008) w/o 6 Sep 1979

75-0260 (A10-0009) to Sheppard AFB as GA-10A ground trainer

75-0261 (A10-0010) to AMARC as AC0001 (arrival date unknown)

75-0262 (A10-0011) Eglin AFB Range i/a

75-0263 (A10-0012) at Empire State Aerosciences Museum, Scotia, NY

75-0264 (A10-0013) (DM); to AMARC as AC0064 8 Jun 1992; still at AMARC 15 Jan 2008

75-0265 (A10-0014) (DM); to AMARC as AC0163 18 Dec 1992; still at AMARC 15 Jan 2008

75-0266 (A10-0015) w/o 17 Sep 1979 near NAS Lemoore

75-0267 (A10-0016) 354th FS, 355th FW (DM); to AMARC as AC0153 19 Nov 1992; still at AMARC 15 Jan 2008

75-0268 (A10-0017) (DM) Davis-Monthan AFB i/a green, '355 Wing'

75-0269 (A10-0018) (DM); to AMARC as AC0071 12 Jun 1992; still at AMARC 15 Jan 2008

75-0270 (A10-0019) at McChord AFB, WA

75-0271 (A10-0020) w/o 27 Jul 1979

75-0272 (A10-0021) (DM); to AMARC as AC0073 15 Jun 1992; still at AMARC 15 Jan 2008

75-0273 (A10-0022) noted Aug 2003 preserved at Defense Supply Center, Richmond, VA

75-0274 (A10-0023) (DM); Beale AFB i/a

75-0275 (A10-0024) (DM); to AMARC as AC0165 29 Dec 1992; still at AMARC 15 Jan 2008

75-0276 (A10-0025) (DM); to AMARC as AC0133 9 Oct 1992; still at AMARC 15 Jan 2008

75-0277 (A10-0026) (DM); to AMARC as AC0015 13 Feb 1992; still at AMARC 15 Jan 2008

75-0278 (A10-0027) (DM); to AMARC as AC0062 22 May 1992; still at AMARC 15 Jan 2008

75-0279 (A10-0028) (DM); to AMARC as AC0127 2 Oct 1992; still at AMARC 15 Jan 2008

75-0280 (A10-0029) 357th TFTS, 355th FW (DM); to AMARC as AC0042 27 Mar 1992; still at AMARC 15 Jan 2008

75-0281 (A10-0030) (DM); to AMARC as AC0146 23 Oct 1992; still at AMARC 15 Jan 2008

75-0282 (A10-0031) Davis-Monthan AFB (DM) i/a green '355 Wing'

75-0283 (A10-0032) ?

75-0284 (A10-0033) 355th FW (DM); to AMARC as AC0005 5 Dec 1991; still at AMARC 15 Jan 2008

75-0285 (A10-0034) (DM); to AMARC as AC0149 6 Nov 1992; still at AMARC 15 Jan 2008

75-0286 (A10-0035) to AMARC as AC0058 1 Jun 1992; still at AMARC 15 Jan 2008

75-0287 (A10-0036) (DM); to AMARC as AC0150 13 Nov 1992; still at AMARC 15 Jan 2008

75-0288 (A10-0037) to AMARC as AC0135 9 Oct 1992; now on display at USAF Armament Museum, Eglin AFB, FL

75-0289 (A10-0038) (AK); Eielson AFB preserved

75-0290 (A10-0039) (DM); to AMARC as AC0129 2 Oct 1992; still at AMARC 15 Jan 2008

75-0291 (A10-0040) 357th TFTS, 355th FW (DM); to AMARC as AC0036 16 Mar 1992; still at AMARC 15 Jan 2008

75-0292 (A10-0041) (DM); to AMARC as AC0161 30 Nov 1992; still at AMARC 15 Jan 2008

75-0293 (A10-0042) to AMARC as AC0077 7 Jul 1992; loaned to National Warplane Museum, Horseheads, NY, Sep 2000; noted Sep 2006 at Wings of Eagles Discovery Center, Elmira, NY

75-0294 (A10-0043) w/o 3 Jun 1977 at Paris airshow

75-0295 (A10-0044) crashed during training mission in Georgetown, SC 13 Jun 1977 (pilot killed)

75-0296 (A10-0045) (DM); to AMARC as AC0155 20 Nov 1992; still at AMARC 15 Jan 2008

75-0297 (A10-0046) (DM); to AMARC as AC0063 27 May 1992; still at AMARC 15 Jan 2008

75-0298 (A10-0047) in storage at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ

75-0299 (A10-0048) (DM); to AMARC as AC0162 11 Dec 1992; still at AMARC 15 Jan 2008

75-0300 (A10-0049) 358th TFTS, 355th FW (DM); to AMARC as AC0037 20 Mar 1992; still at AMARC 15 Jan 2008

75-0301 (A10-0050) (WA); Nellis AFB i/a ABDR 'Weapons School'

75-0302 (A10-0051) 354th TFW (DM); w/o

75-0303 (A10-0052) at North Cumberland, PA

75-0304 (A10-0053) (DM); to AMARC as AC0126 2 Oct 1992; still at AMARC 15 Jan 2008

75-0305 (A10-0054) in 2008 was on outdoor display at Museum of Aviation at Robins AFB

75-0306 (A10-0055) (DM); to AMARC as AC0092 14 Aug 1992; still at AMARC 15 Jan 2008

75-0307 (A10-0056) 355th FW (DM); to AMARC as AC0006 26 Dec 1991; still at AMARC 15 Jan 2008

75-0308 (A10-0057) at Pope AFB, NC

75-0309 (A10-0058) (NF); to AMARC as AC0075 29 Jun 1992

3 comments:

Robert Spear said...

I was the assigned crew chief on A-10A 75-0309 from 1979 - 1982 at Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ.
That bird is now on static display at Shaw AFB, SC.
Robert R.Spear
Raleigh, NC

Unknown said...

A/C 750301 was the aircraft that crashed at the Paris Airshow in 1978. I remember the aircraft as I did the acceptance inspection when it arrived at DM.

Gene Carlson said...

I was at DM when we started getting the new A-10's. I believe we had 6 to 8 A-10's when I left in May 76. Worked out of the gun shop on the A-7's and never actually got to work on the A-10's.