U-2 / A-12 / YF-12A / SR-71 BLACKBIRD

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RB-57D - WB-57F  LOCATIONS

Listed below is the Production List and current disposition  and flying status of the U-2, A-12,

YF-12A,   RB-57D,  RB/WB-57F  and the SR-71.

A-12 OXCART
Serial Number Article Number  
60-6924 121 On display at Blackbird Airpark, Palmdale, CA  
60-6925 122 On display at USS Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum
60-6926 123 Lost on 24 May 1963, Nevada.  The CIA Pilot Ken Collins ejected safely.
60-6927 124 Two-seat trainer model nicknamed Titanium Goose, On display at the California Science Centre.
60-6928 125 Lost on 5 January 1967, Groom Lake, Nevada.  CIA Pilot Walt Ray  ejected from the aircraft but he failed to separate from the ejection seat and was killed .
60-6929 126 Lost on 28 December 1967, Groom Lake, NV.  CIA Pilot Mel Vojovidich ejected safely
60-6930 127 On display at Alabama Space & Rocket Centre, Huntsville, AL
60-6931 128 On display at CIA HQ, Langley, VA
   
60-6932 129 Lost on 5 June 1968, in South China Sea off Philippines Islands. No trace was ever found of pilot or aircraft
60-6933 130 On display at San Diego Aerospace Museum, San Diego, CA
6934 Number assigned to YF-12 production,
6935 Number assigned to YF-12 production,
6936 Number assigned to YF-12 production,
60-6937 131 On display at the Southern Museum of Flight, Birmingham, AL
60-6938 132 On display at USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park, Mobile, AL
60-6939 133 Lost on 9 July 1964, at Groom Lake, NV.  Lockheed Test Pilot Bill Park ejected safely.
60-6940 134M Actually a M-21, On display at Museum of Flight, Seattle,WA. Mated with D-21 drone
60-6941 135M M-21, Lost on 30 July 1966, near Midway Island,. The Lockheed Test Pilot Bill Park and the Launch Control Officer, Ray Torick ejected safely, but upon landing in the water Ray Torrick's suit filled with water drowning Torrick. Bill Park was rescued safely.
   
  Serial Numbers assigned to A-12 production was 60-6924 through 60-6948
60-6942 Serial numbers 60-6942 through 60-6948 were not used
60-6943  
60-6944  
60-6945  
60-6946  
60-6947  
60-6948  
Go To Roadrunners Internationale page  http://roadrunnersinternationale.com/articlestoday.html   for more details on Individual A-12's
   
   
   
   
YF-12A KEDLOCK
60-6934 1001 Lost on 14 August 1966 (some sources say 14 July 1966), at Edwards AFB, CA. Seriously damaged during a landing at Edwards. The rear half of the 6934  was fused with the front half of the SR-71 static model to make the SR-71C 64-17981.
60-6935 1002 On display in Annex of USAF Museum, Wright-Patterson, OH
60-6936 1003 Lost on 24 June 1971, Edwards AFB, CA.  Lt. Col. Ronald Layton, and Major Bill Curti both ejected safely.
   
   
   
   
   
   
SR-71 SENIOR CROWN  
61-7950 2001 Lost on 10 January 1967 at Edwards AFB, CA.  Lockheed Test pilot Art Peterson survived.
61-7951 2002 On display at Pima Air Museum, Tucson, AZ
61-7952 2003 Lost on 25 January 1966 near Tucumcari, NM.  The Lockheed RSO Jim Zwayer was killed in the bailout, while Lockheed Test Pilot Bill Weaver survived .
61-7953 2004 Lost on 18 December 1969 near Shosone, CA. USAF Pilot and RSO: Lt. Col. Joe Rogers/ Lt. Col. Garry Heidelbaugh ejected safely.
61-7954 2005 Lost on 11 April 1969 at Edwards AFB, CA. . USAF Pilot/ RSO: Lt. Col. Bill Skliar/ Major Noel Warner escaped safely.
61-7955 2006 On display at Edwards AFB, CA  
61-7956 2007 SR-71B  On display at the Kalamazoo Air Zoo, Kalamazoo, Michigan. NASA 831
61-7957 2008 SR-71B (Trainer) Lost on 11 January 1968 near Beale AFB, CA.  Lt. Col. Robert Sowers and the Student Pilot: Capt. David Fruehauf . Both crew members ejected safely 
61-7958 2009 On display at Museum of Aviation, Robbins AFB, GA
61-7959 2010 On display at USAF Armament Museum, Eglin AFB, FL.  "BIG TAIL" Modification
61-7960 2011 On display at Castle Air Museum, California
61-7961 2012 On display at Kansas Cosomphere and Space Centre, Hutchinson, KS
61-7962 2013 On display at he Imperial War Museum at Duxford, England
61-7963 2014 On display In the Heritage Park at Beale AFB, CA
61-7964 2015 On display at SAC Museum, Offutt AFB, NE
61-7965 2016 Lost on 25 October 1967 near Lovelock, NV. USAF Pilot/ RSO: Capt. Roy St.Martin/ Capt. John Carnochan ejected safely.
61-7966 2017 Lost on 13 April 1965 near Las Vegas, NM.  USAF Pilot/RSO: Capt. Earle Boone/ Capt. Richard Sheffield ejected safely. 
61-7967 2018 On display at Barksdale AFB
61-7968 2019 On display at Viginia Aviation Museum
61-7969 2020 Lost on 10 May 1970 near Korat Royal Thai Air Force Base (RTAFB), Thailand. USAF Pilot/ RSO: Maj. William Lawson/ Maj. Glibert Martinez ejected safely.
61-7970 2021 Lost on 17 June 1970 near El Paso, TX. The USAF Pilot/RSO: Lt. Col. Buddy Brown/ Maj. Mortimer Jarvis both ejected safely, but Buddy Brown broke both his legs during the ejection.
61-7971 2022 On display at Evergreen Museum, McMinniville OR
61-7972 2023 Dulles Intl. Airport for National Air & Space Museum
61-7973 2024 On display at Blackbird Airpark, Palmdale, CA
61-7974 2025 Lost on 21 April 1989 near the Philippines in the South China Sea.e USAF Pilot: Lt. Col. Dan House and RSO: Maj. Blair Bozek ejected safely.
61-7975 2026 On display at March Field Air Museum, CA
61-7976 2027 On display at USAF Museum, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
61-7977 2028 Lost on 10 October 1968 at Beale AFB, CA. t. USAF RSO: Maj. James Kogler ejected, Pilot: Maj.Gabriel Kardong elected to stay with the aircraft. Both crew members survived.
61-7978 2029 Lost on 20 July 1972 at Kadena AB, Okinawa.  USAF Pilot: Capt. Dennis Bush and RSO: Capt. James Fagg and pilot survived safely.
61-7979 2030 On display at USAF History and Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB, TX
61-7980 2031 NASA 844
61-7981 2000  Built from front end of SR-71 static test model & aft end of YF-12 60-0934; On display at Hill AFB, UT "C" model (trainer),
   
  AF Serial Numbers assigned for the SR-71: 61-17950 through 61-17985
61-7982 not used Serial numbers 61-7982 through 61-7985 were not used
61-7983 not used  
61-17984 not used  
61-17985 not used  
   
  Numerous Blackbird books and articles have been published containing incorrect SR-71 serial numbers with a 64 prefix. Regrettably, the 64 numbers have been published so often that authors and researchers continue to use them.

Official documentation on the Blackbird released by various government agencies includes technical manuals, accident reports, maintenance records, and test reports. Many of them contain references to the serial numbers, all with a 61 prefix. Not a single official document has yet surfaced in which a 64 prefix was used. When a few SR-71s were reactivated for operational duty in the mid-1990s their markings included standard USAF tail numbers with the FY61 base number followed by the last three digits of the sequence number.

 
   
   
U-2 Original Production Batch for the CIA
  341 Lost 4 April 1957 near Pioche, NV. Crashed killing Lockheed Test Pilot Robert Seiker.
56-6675 342 U-2F Lost on 25 Feb 1966 in California. Civilian Pilot: Hall survived.
56-6676  343 Lost on 27 October 1962 near Banes, Cuba.  USAF Pilot: Maj. Rudolf Anderson was killed.
56-6677 344 Lost on 1 March 1962 at Edwards AFB, CA. USAF Pilot: John A. Campbell was killed.
56-6678 345 Lost in May 1956 at "The Ranch". Killing Pilot: Wilburn S. Rose.
56-6679 346 Lost on 17 Sep 1956 in Germany. Killing Pilot: Howard Carey
56-6680 347 On display as U-2C at National Air & Space Museum Smithsonian, Washington, DC)
56-6681 348 On display as U-2C at NASA Ames Research Centre, NAS Moffet Field
56-6682 349 On display as U-2C at Museum of Aviation, Robbins AFB, GA
56-6683 350 Lost on 20 November 1963 near Key West, FL. Crashed NW of Key West, FL, USAF Pilot: Captain Joe G. Hyde was killed.
56-6684 351 Lost Sept. 1962 near Taoyuan, Taiwan. Killing ROCAF Pilot: Major  Yao- Hua Chih
56-6685 352 Lost on 22 Oct. 1965 off Taiwan. Killed ROCAF Pilot: Major Pete Wang
56-6686 353 Lost on 14 September 1961 at Edwards AFB, CA. CIA Pilot: Buster Edens ok.
56-6687 354 Lost on 31 August 1956 at Groom Lake Killing CIA Pilot: Frank Grace
56-6688 355 Lost on 1 November 1963 near Jiangxi, China. ROCAF Pilot: Maj. Rober Yeh survived, he was released  in 1983
56-6689 356 Lost on 23 March 1964 near Taiwan. Killing ROCAF Pilot: Maj.Sonny Liang.
56-6690 357 Lost on 19 December 1956. Pilot: Bob Ericson survived.
56-6691 358 Lost on 10 January 1965 near Peking, China. U-2C, , ROCAF Pilot Major Jack Chang survived released in 1983.
56-6692 359 On display at Imperial War Museum, Duxford, UK
56-6693 360 Lost on 1 May 1960 near Sverdlovsk, Russia.CIA Pilot: Francis Gary Powers survived
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
U-2 Original Production Batch for the USAF  
56-6694 361 Lost on 26 September 1957 near Del Rio, TX. USAF Pilot: Col Jack Nole survived.
56-6695 362 Loston 7 July 1964 near Fujian, China.  ROCAF Pilot: Lt. Col. Terry Lee killed.
56-6696 363 Lost on 22 March 1966 near Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. CAF Pilot: Captain Andy Fan survived.
56-6697 364 Lost on 6 August 1958 near Laughlin AFB, TX.  USAF Pilot: Lt Paul L. Haughland was killed.
56-6698 365 Lost on 9 July 1958 SW of Tucumcari, NM. USAF Pilot: Captain Alfred L. Chapin was killed.
56-6699 366 Lost on 28 June 1957 in New Mexico. USAF Pilot: Lt Leo Smith was killed.)
56-6700 367 Lost on 29 May 1975 near Winterberg, Germany. USAF Pilot: Captain Robert T. Rendlemen survived.
56-6701 368 On display as U-2C at SAC Museum, Offutt AFB, NE
56-6702 369 Lost on 28 Jun 1957 near Del Rio, TX, Pilot Lt Ford Lowcock killed
56-6703 370 Lost on 18 September 1964 near Del Rio. Killing USAF Pilot: Major Robert Primrose
56-6704 371 Lost on 28 November 1957,  Laughlin AFB, TX. USAF Pilot: Captain Bennidict A. Lacombe was killed,..
56-6705 372 Lost  17th February 1966 Taichung, Captain Charlie Wu Killed
56-6706 373 Lost  9th September 1967, Captain Tom Hwang Killed
56-6707 374 On display as U-2C at Laughlin AFB, TX
56-6708 375 Lost on 1 July 1967 near Pineville, LA. USAF Pilot: Captain Sam Swart survived.
56-6709 376 Lost on 2 Janauary 1962 near Picayune, MS. USAF Pilot: Captain Charles B. Stratton survived.
56-6710 377 Lost on 11 September 1958 at Edwards AFB, CA. USAF Pilot: Captain Patrick Hunderwahl was killed.
56-6711 378 Lost on 9 September 1962, 15 km south of Nanchang, China by SA-2, ROCAF Pilot: Lt Col Chen-Huai survived but died later of injuries in hospital.
56-6712 379 Lost on 18 Dec 1964, crashed when ROCAF Pilot:Captain Sheng Shih-Hi survived
56-6713 380 Lost on 8 July 1958 near Wayside, TX. C Royal Air Force (RAF) Pilot: Squadron Leader Christopher H. Walker killed
56-6714 381 The U-2 is now mounted on pylon at Beale AFB, CA
56-6715 382 Lost on 26 April 1965 near Borone, CA. Killing CIA Det G pilot: Eugene Edens.
56-6716 383 On display as U-2C at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
56-6717 384 Lost , 21 June 1963 Major Mickey Hu killed.
56-6718 385 Lost, Yellow Sea  Maj Billy Chang killed
56-6719 386 Lost on 28 July 1966 near Oruro, Bolivia. USAF Pilot: Captain Robert D. Hickman killed
56-6720 387 Lost on 14 July 1960, 30nmi NW of Uvalde, TX. USAF Pilot: Major Raleigh B. J. Meyers survived.
56-6721 388 U-2D (purpose built 2 place a/c, not trainer) On display at Blackbird Airpark,
56-6722 389 On display as U-2A at USAF Museum, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
56-6950 390 Lost on 8 October 1966 near Bein Hoa, Vietnam. USAF Pilot: Major Leo J. Stewart, Jr. survived 
56-6951 391 Lost on 17 Oct 1966 near Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, USAF Pilot: Captain Leslie M. White survived.
56-6952 392 Lost on 18 November 1971 near Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. USAF Pilot: Captain John C. Cunney was killed
56-6953 393 U-2CT (trainer); On display at Bodo, Norway  U-2C
56-6954 394 Lost on 31 May 1968 near Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. USAF Pilot: mAJORVictor L. Milam survived.
56-6955 395 Lost on 14 August 1964 near Boise, Idaho. Taiwanese Air Force Pilot: Captain Steve Sheng survived
   
   
  AF Serial numbers assigned to U-2 A/C/F/G/H production:
  56-6675 through 56-6722
  56-6950 through 56-6955-- Ordered in 1958 but assigned Fiscal 1956 Serial Numbers
   
   
  Original U-2R Production Batch
68-10329 051 Originally built as a U-2R, first flew as N803X on 28 Aug 1967 . Transferred to 9 SRW, Currently with the 9th RW
68-10330  052 Lost on 7 December 1977 at RAF Akrotiri, Cyprus. USAF Pilot: Capt. Robert A. Henderson killed  
68-10331 053 ex- ROCAF , Transferred to 9 SRW, 1976 . Currently with the 9th RW
68-10332 054 Lost on 15 January 1992 in Sea of Japan. USAF Pilot: Capt. Marty McGregor was killed  
68-10333 055 Lost on 22 May 1984 at Osan AB, Korea, . USAF Pilot: Captian Dave Bonzi survived.  
68-10334 056 Lost on 16 April 1975 in Gulf of Thailand. USAF Pilot: Captain Jon T. Little survived  
68-10335 057 Lost on 24 November 1970 near Taiwan. Taiwanese Air force Pilot: Major Denny Huang was killed.  
68-10336 058 Currently flying with Flight Test, Palmdale, CA DET 2 WR-ALC
68-10337 059 100th SRW - Transferred to 9 SRW, 1976 Currently with the 9th RW
68-10338 060 Lost on 29 August 1995 at RAF Fairford, UK. USAF Pilot: Captain. David Hawkens was killed  
68-10339 061 Lost on training flight, 13 Dec 1993 at Beale AFB, CA. USAF Pilot: Captain Richard Schneider was killed  
68-10340 062 Lost on 5 October 1980 at Osan AB, Korea. USAF Pilot: Captain Cleveland H. Wallace survived.  
  AF Serial numbers assigned to U-2R & TR-1 production:
  68-10329 through 68-10340 - First Production run
  80-1063 through 80-1099 - Second Production run
   
68-10346 not used AF Serial numbers assigned to the U-2R program but not used are:  68-10346 through 68-10353
68-10347 not used  
68-10348 not used  
68-10349 not used  
68-10350 not used  
68-10351 not used  
68-10352 not used  
68-10353 not used  
   
   
  U-2R /TR-1A /ER-2 Production Batch 1981-89
80-1063 063 First ER-2 , N706NA    Renumbered N806NA. NASA
80-1064 064 Built as TR-1B,Reconfigured to TU-2S, delivered on 28 October 1994 Currently with the 9th RW
80-1065 065 Built as TR-1B,  Reconfigured to TU-2S  August 1995 - Currently with the 9th RW
80-1066 066 Built as TR-1A, Sept. 1981.         Currently with the 9th RW
80-1067 067 Built as TR-1A, July 1982 Currently flying with Flight Test Palmdale, CA,  DET 2 WR-ALC
80-1068 068 Built as TR-1A, July 1982 - Converted to U-2ST 2004. Currently with the 9th RW
80-1069 069 Built as TR-1A , On Loan to NASA as ER-2  N708NA, Returned to the USAF Currently with the 9th RW
80-1070 070 Built as TR-1A. Currently with the 9th RW
80-1071 071 Built as U-2R, Nov 1983. Currently with the 9th RW
80-1072 072 Built as TR-1A, Lost on 18 July 1984 at Beale AFB, CA.  USAF Pilot: Captain Todd Hubbard survived.  
80-1073 073 Built as TR-1A, Feb 1984. Currently with the 9th RW
80-1074 074 Built as TR-1A Feb 1984. Currently with the 9th RW
80-1075 075 Built as U-2R, Lost on 8 October 1984 at Osan AB, Korea. USAF Captain Thomas Dettmer survived  
80-1076 076 Built as a U-2R, in 1984-85. Currently with the 9th RW
80-1077 077 Built as TR-1A, March 1985. Currently with the 9th RW
80-1078 078 Built as TR-1A, March 1985. Crashed on 24 April 1990 at RAF Alconbury, UK. USAF Pilot: Kyle Lampella survived. Rebuilt as TU-2S(Trainer), delivered 28 Oct 1994 Currently with the 9th RW
80-1079 079 Built as TR-1A, March 1985 Currently with the 9th RW
80-1080 080 Built as TR-1A, May 1985. Currently with the 9th RW
80-1081 081 Built as TR-1A, Oct 1985. Currently with the 9th RW
80-1082 082 Built as TR-1A, Oct 1985. Currently with the 9th RW
80-1083 083 Built as TR-1A, Oct 1985. Currently with the 9th RW
80-1084 084 Built as TR-1A, April 1986. Currently with the 9th RW
80-1085 085 Built as TR-1A, Aug 1986. Currently with the 9th RW
80-1086 086 Built as TR-1A, 1986-87. Currently with the 9th RW
80-1087 087 Built as TR-1A, May 1987. Currently with the 9th RW
80-1088 088 Built as TR-1A, Dec 1987. Crashed on 7 Aug 1996,  USAF Pilot: Capt. Randy Roby killed.  
80-1089 089 Built as U-2R, 1988. Currently with the 9th RW
80-1090 090 Built as TR-1A, 1988. Currently with the 9th RW
80-1091 091 Built as TU-2R Trainer, March 1988 Converted to TU-2S Currently with the 9th RW
80-1092 092 Built as TR-1A, April 1988. Currently with the 9th RW
80-1093 093 Built as TR-1A, June 1988. Currently with the 9th RW
80-1094 094 Built as TR-1A, Sept 1988. Currently with the 9th RW
80-1095 095 Built as U-2R, 1988. Crashed in Hwasong, south of Seoul on 26 January 2003,  
80-1096 096 Built as U-2R, April 1989. Currently with the 9th RW
80-1097 097 Second NASA ER-2 N709NA , Renumbered NA809NA NASA
80-1098 098 Built as U-2R, 1989. Lost towards end of August 1994 at Osan AB, Korea. USAF Pilot: Cholene Espinoza survived,  
80-1099 099 Built as TR-1A, 3 Oct 1989. Currently with the 9th RW
     
  All TR-1A's redesignated U-2R's    1991
  All U-2R'S  Re-designated U-2S From 1994 onwards on being re-engined with the P&W F118-GE-101 
     
     
  RB-57D  
  Build No    
53-3963 14 RB-57D-1,  4025th SRS ,  7407th SS  RB-57D, SCRAPPED
53-3964 15 RB-57D-2   4025th SRS ,  4677th DSES - EB-57D SCRAPPED
53-3965 16 RB-57D-2   4025th SRS ,  4677th DSES - EB-57D SCRAPPED
53-3966 17 RB-57D-2   4025th SRS ,  4677th DSES - EB-57D SCRAPPED
53-3967 18 RB-57D-2   4025th SRS ,  4677th DSES - EB-57D SCRAPPED
53-3968 19 RB-57D-2   4025th SRS ,  4677th DSES - EB-57D SCRAPPED
53-3969 20 RB-57D-2   4025th SRS ,  4677th DSES - EB-57D SCRAPPED
53-3970 7 RB-57D-0    4025th SRS,  7407th SS  - RB-57D RB-57F  63-13502 SCRAPPED
53-3971 8 RB-57D-0    4025th SRS.   To MASDC in 1961 for use as spares SCRAPPED
53-3972 9 RB-57D-0    4025th SRS,  7407th SS - RB-57D,   RB-57F 63-13500. AMARC
53-3973 10 RB-57D-0   4025th SRS,   7407th SS - RB-57D,  SCRAPPED
53-3974 11 RB-57D-0   4025th SRS,   7407th SS - RB-57D RB-57F 63-13503. NASA 926NA
53-3975 12 RB-57D-0   4025th SRS,   7407th SS - RB-57D,   RB-57F 63-13501. Pima Air Museum
53-3976 13 RB-57D-0   4025th SRS,   7407th SS - RB-57D, SCRAPPED
53-3977 1 RB-57D-0   4025th SRS,   4677th DSES - EB-57D. SCRAPPED
53-3978

2

RB-57D-0   4025th SRS,   No 4 Squadron ROCAF  - ????? -  

Shot Down 7th OCT  1959
53-3979 3 RB-57D-0   4025th SRS. Written Off  Del Rio Texas
53-3980 4 RB-57D-0   4025th SRS,   4677th DSES - EB-57D. SCRAPPED
53-3981

5

RB-57D-0   4025th SRS,   ROCAF  5644,  4677th DSES - EB-57D.

SCRAPPED
53-3982 6 RB-57D-0   4025th SRS,   4677th DSES - EB-57D, Pima Air Museum WPAFB MUSEUM
     
  CREDIT FOR  7499th Group / 7407th SS information ---- John  Bessette  
     
     
  RB / WB-57F  
  Original Airframe    
52-1427 RB-57A 63- 13300 AMARC
52-1432 RB-57A 63- 13301 AMARC
52-1433 RB-57A 63- 13302 AMARC
       
52-1536 B-57B 63- 13298 NASA N928NA
52-1527 B-57B 63- 13289 AMARC
52-1539 B-57B 63- 13288 AMARC
52-1589 B-57B 63- 13286 AMARC
52-1562 B-57B 63- 13290 AMARC
52-1573 B-57B 63- 13299 AMARC
52-1574 B-57B 63- 13291 AMARC
52-1583 B-57B 63- 13293 Robins AFB
52-1594 B-57B 63- 13292 Destroyed at Krkland AFB
53-3864 B-57B 63- 13287 Shot Down?
53-3935 B-57B 63- 13284 AMARC
53-3918 B-57B 63- 13295--- Removed  from AMARG Aug 20011 and under going restoration in Colorado- Will be re-designated NASA 927 , AMARC
       
53-3897 B-57B 63- 13296 AMARC
53-3900 B-57B 63- 13297 Crashed Albuquerque NM
     
53-3970 RB-57D 63-13502 MASDC  Scrapped
53-3972 RB-57D 63-13500 MASDC
53-3974 RB-57D 63-13503,    NASA 926NA NASA
53-3975 RB-57D 63-13501,    NASA 925NA Pima Air Museum
     
   

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