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AMARC Experience - MAP Supported Inventory - 1964
Thursday, July 19, 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 1963 31 December 1963 31 March 1964 30 June 1964
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
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Total Active In-
Active
Total 3,961 3,901 60 4,021 3,969 52 4,068 4,009 59 4,060 4,009 51

Bomber

Mission, Design and Series of Aircraft. 30 September 1963 31 December 1963 31 March 1964 30 June 1964
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Douglas A-1H Skyraider 27 27   25 25   42 31 11 67 67  
Douglas B-26 Invader 45 45   46 46   43 41 2 49 47 2
Martin B-57 Canberra 23 23   23 23   23 23   24 24  
Lockheed P-2E Neptune 11 6 5 11 11   11 7 4 11 11  
Total 106 101 5 105 105   119 102 17 151 149 2

Fighter

Mission, Design and Series of Aircraft. 30 September 1963 31 December 1963 31 March 1964 30 June 1964
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Lockheed F-80C Shooting Star 85 85   85 73 12 84 68 16 81 80 1
Republic F-84F Thunderstreak 191 191   184 184   182 182   178 178  
Republic F-84G Thunderjet 111 111   97 97   93 93   86 75 11
North American F-86D Sabre 108 108   106 106   107 105 2 106 106  
North American F-86E Sabre 116 85 31 102 92 10 102 92 10 100 90 10
North American F-86F Sabre 894 892 2 897 894 3 886 886   867 867  
North American F-86K Sabre 45 45   43 43   42 42   39 39  
North American F-86L Sabre 17 17   18 17 1 18 17 1 18 18  
North American F-100A/D/F Super Sabre 129 129   127 127   126 126   126 126  
Lockheed F/TF-104A/B/G Starfighter 53 53   59 59   82 82   72 72  
Total 1,749 1,716 33 1,718 1,692 26 1,722 1,693 29 1,673 1,651 22

Reconnaissance

Mission, Design and Series of Aircraft. 30 September 1963 31 December 1963 31 March 1964 30 June 1964
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Republic RF-84F Thunderflash 102 102   121 121   104 104   116 116  
North American RF-86F Sabre 11 11   11 11   11 11   11 11  
McDonnell Douglas RF-101A Voodoo 4 4   4 4   4 4   4 4  
Lockheed RF-104G Starfighter 13 13   24 24   24 24   51 51  
North American RT-28 Trojan 6   6 10 4 6 18 18   18 18  
Lockheed RT-33A Shooting Star 21 21   23 23   26 26   26 26  
Total 157 151 6 193 187 6 187 187   226 226  

Search and Rescue

Mission, Design and Series of Aircraft. 30 September 1963 31 December 1963 31 March 1964 30 June 1964
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Grumman HU-16 Albatross 43 43   51 51   56 56   56 56  
Grumman S-2A Tracker 13 13   13 13   13 13   12 12  
Total 56 56   64 64   69 69   68 68  

Cargo

Mission, Design and Series of Aircraft. 30 September 1963 31 December 1963 31 March 1964 30 June 1964
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Curtiss C-46 Commando 98 98   98 98   97 97   97 97  
Douglas C-47 Skytrain 520 512 8 533 526 7 554 546 8 528 521 7
Douglas C-54 Skymaster 30 30   31 30 1 31 30 1 30 30  
Douglas C-118 Liftmaster 1 1   1 1   1 1   1 1  
Fairchild C-119 Flying Boxcar 113 113   112 112   111 111   111 111  
Lockheed C-121 Constellation 9 9   9 9   9 9   9 9  
Fairchild C-123 Provider             8 8   8 8  
Lockheed C-130 Hercules 8 8   8 8   8 8   8 8  
Total 779 771 8 792 784 8 819 810 9 792 785 7

Trainer

Mission, Design and Series of Aircraft. 30 September 1963 31 December 1963 31 March 1964 30 June 1964
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
North American T/LT-6G Texan 226 226   224 224   220 220   157 157  
North American T-28A/B/D Trojan 151 149 2 158 155 3 149 148 1 157 156 1
Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star 362 361 1 361 360 1 360 360   371 370 1
Beech T-34A Mentor 52 52   52 52   57 57   52 52  
Cessna T-37B/C Tweet 43 43   64 64   64 64   79 79  
Total 834 831 3 859 855 4 850 849 1 816 814 2

Communications

Mission, Design and Series of Aircraft. 30 September 1963 31 December 1963 31 March 1964 30 June 1964
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Cessna 180                   10 10  
Cessna CH-1C Skyhook 4 4   4 4   4 4   4 4  
Sikorsky CH/SH/UH-34 48 46 2 53 51 2 60 59 1 82 80 2
Kaman HH-43B/F 6 6   11 9 2 17 15 2 18 18  
Cessna O-1A/E Bird Dog 81 78 3 80 76 4 75 75   73 73  
Bell OH-13 Sioux 9 9   9 9   9 9   9 9  
Hiller OH-23 Raven 7 7   7 7   7 7   7 7  
de Havilland Canada U-6 Beaver 9 9   9 9   8 8   8 8  
Helio U-10B Courier 12 12   12 12   12 12   12 12  
Cessna U-17A Skywagon 39 39   38 38   39 39   41 41  
Bell UH-1B Iroqouis 3 3   3 3   3 3   3 3  
Sikorsky UH/H-19A/B/D Chickasaw 62 62   64 64   68 68   67 51 16
Total 280 275 5 290 282 8 302 299 3 334 316 18

 

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