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AMARC Experience - MAP Supported Inventory - 1965
Sunday, June 17, 2018
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Military Assistance Grant Aid Program supported aircraft inventory by status, by mission, design, and series of aircraft, worldwide. - At end of quarter.

Total

Mission, Design and Series of Aircraft. 30 September 1964 31 December 1964 31 March 1965 30 June 1965
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
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Total Active In-
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Total 3,945 3,880 65 3,899 3,822 77 4,017 3,945 72 4,113 4,032 81

Bomber

Mission, Design and Series of Aircraft. 30 September 1964 31 December 1964 31 March 1965 30 June 1965
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Douglas A-1H Skyraider 40 40   32 32   30 30   45 45  
Douglas B-26 Invader 54 50 4 53 49 4 51 47 4 26 26  
Martin B-57 Canberra 24 24   24 24   24 24   49 49  
Lockheed P-2E Neptune 11 6 5 11 6 5 11 6 5 11 6 5
Total 48 42 6 73 69 4 70 67 3 69 69  

Fighter

Mission, Design and Series of Aircraft. 30 September 1964 31 December 1964 31 March 1965 30 June 1965
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Northrop F-5A/B Freedom Fighter             13 13   51 51  
Lockheed F-80C Shooting Star 77 73 4 76 60 16 70 52 18 59 48 11
Republic F-84F Thunderstreak 180 180   234 234   230 230   233 233  
Republic F-84G Thunderjet                        
North American F-86D Sabre 104 102 2 101 99 2 100 98 2 100 98 2
North American F-86E Sabre 98 88 10 98 88 10 97 87 10 93 83 10
North American F-86F Sabre 853 853   846 846   839 839   850 841 9
North American F-86K Sabre 37 37   30 30   30 30   30 30  
North American F-86L Sabre 18 17 1 18 17 1 16 16   15 15  
North American F-100A/D/F Super Sabre 125 125   122 122   119 119   118 118  
Lockheed F/TF-104A/B/G Starfighter 131 131   129 129   155 155   167 167  
Total 1,623 1,606 17 1,654 1,625 29 1,669 1,639 30 1,716 1,684 32

Reconnaissance

Mission, Design and Series of Aircraft. 30 September 1964 31 December 1964 31 March 1965 30 June 1965
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Republic RF-84F Thunderflash 115 115   126 126   114 114   114 114  
North American RF-86F Sabre 11 11         11 11   11 11  
McDonnell Douglas RF-101A Voodoo 4 4   3 3   2 2   3 3  
Lockheed RF-104G Starfighter 8 8   8 8   8 8   8 8  
North American RT-28 Trojan 17 17   5 5   4 4        
Lockheed RT-33A Shooting Star 27 27   25 25   25 25   25 25  
Total 182 182   167 167   164 164   161 161  

Search and Rescue

Mission, Design and Series of Aircraft. 30 September 1964 31 December 1964 31 March 1965 30 June 1965
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Grumman HU-16 Albatross 56 56   58 58   58 58   61 61  
Grumman S-2A Tracker 12 8 4 12 8 4 12 8 4 12 8 4
Total 68 64 4 70 66 4 70 66 4 73 69 4

Cargo

Mission, Design and Series of Aircraft. 30 September 1964 31 December 1964 31 March 1965 30 June 1965
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Curtiss C-46 Commando 127 127   93 93   93 93   93 93  
Douglas C-47 Skytrain 489 482 7 521 514 7 511 503 8 515 502 13
Douglas C-54 Skymaster 30 29 1 31 30 1 35 34 1 36 35 1
Douglas C-118 Liftmaster 1 1   1 1   1 1   15 15  
Fairchild C-119 Flying Boxcar 109 108 1 109 108 1 109 108 1 94 91 3
Lockheed C-121 Constellation 9 9   9 9   9 9   9 9  
Fairchild C-123 Provider 8 9   8 8   8 8   8 7 1
Lockheed C-130 Hercules 8 8   14 14   14 14   14 14  
Douglas DC-6                   1 1  
Total 781 772 9 786 777 9 780 770 10 785 767 18

Trainer

Mission, Design and Series of Aircraft. 30 September 1964 31 December 1964 31 March 1965 30 June 1965
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
North American T/LT-6G Texan 217 217   163 163   220 220   218 218  
North American T-28A/B/D Trojan 148 148   124 124   118 118   123 115 8
Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star 374 369 5 373 368 5 374 369 5 329 325 4
Beech T-34A Mentor 36 36   31 31   31 31   30 29 1
Cessna T-37B/C Tweet 90 90   94 94   98 98   98 98  
Total 865 860 5 785 780 5 841 836 5 798 785 13

Communications

Mission, Design and Series of Aircraft. 30 September 1964 31 December 1964 31 March 1965 30 June 1965
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Cessna 180 11 11   11 11   13 13   13 13  
Cessna Ch-1C Skyhook 3   3 3   3            
Sikorsky CH/SH/UH-34 59 57 2 74 72 2 106 104 2 108 103 5
Kaman HH-43B/F 17 17   17 17   20 20   20 20  
Cessna O-1A/E Bird Dog 60 60   60 60   87 87   106 106  
Bell OH-13 Sioux 9 9   9 9   10 10   10 10  
Hiller OH-23 Raven 9 9   9 9   9 9   8 8  
de Havilland Canada U-6 Beaver 8 8   8 8   7 7   7 7  
Helio U-10B Courier 12 12   12 12   12 12   12 8 4
Cessna U-17A Skywagon 35 35   40 40   42 42   90 90  
Bell UH-1B Iroqouis 5 5   5 5   5 5   5 5  
Sikorsky UH/H-19A/B/D Chickasaw 69 53 16 69 53 16 66 54 12 70 70  
Total 297 276 21 317 296 21 377 363 14 449 440 9

 

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