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AMARC Experience - MAP Supported Inventory - 1963
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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 1962 31 December 1962 31 March 1963 30 June 1963
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
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Total Active In-
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Total 3,660 3,599 61 3,742 3,714 28 3,798 3,696 102 3,861 3,773 88

Bomber

Mission, Design and Series of Aircraft. 30 September 1962 31 December 1962 31 March 1963 30 June 1963
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Douglas A-1H Skyraider 21 21   19 19   24 24   24 24  
Douglas B-26 Invader 53 53   52 52   51 51   56 54 2
Martin B-57 Canberra 22 22   23 23   23 23   24 24  
Lockheed P-2E Neptune 12 12   13 13   12 7 5 12 7 5
Total 108 108   107 107   110 105 5 115 108 7

Fighter

Mission, Design and Series of Aircraft. 30 September 1962 31 December 1962 31 March 1963 30 June 1963
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Lockheed F-80C Shooting Star 91 91   90 90   86 86   86 86  
Republic F-84F Thunderstreak 190 190   190 190   187 187   186 185 1
Republic F-84G Thunderjet 137 134 3 136 133 3 134 113 21 131 113 18
North American F-86D Sabre 108 108   108 106 2 107 107   110 110  
North American F-86E Sabre 124 95 29 122 122   121 91 30 118 88 30
North American F-86F Sabre 898 896 2 883 882 1 891 880 11 909 908 1
North American F-86K Sabre 49 49   47 47   47 47   45 45  
North American F-86L Sabre       17   17 17 2 15 17 17  
North American F-100A Super Sabre 74 74   74 74   72 72   72 72  
North American F-100D Super Sabre 43 43   41 41   50 50   40 40  
North American F-100F Super Sabre 20 20   20 20   11 11   19 19  
Lockheed F-104A Starfighter 30 30   29 29   29 29   29 29  
Lockheed F-104B Starfighter 4 4   4 4   4 4   4 4  
Lockheed F/TF-104G Starfighter                   16 16  
Total 1,768 1,734 34 1,761 1,738 23 1,756 1,679 77 1,782 1,732 50

Reconnaissance

Mission, Design and Series of Aircraft. 30 September 1962 31 December 1962 31 March 1963 30 June 1963
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Republic RF-84F Thunderflash 89 89   89 89   100 100   102 102  
North American RF-86F Sabre 11 11   11 11   11 11   11 11  
McDonnell Douglas RF-101A Voodoo 4 4   4 4   5 5   7 7  
Lockheed RT-33A Shooting Star 23 23   22 22   23 22 1 21 21  
Total 127 127   126 126   139 138 1 141 141  

Search and Rescue

Mission, Design and Series of Aircraft. 30 September 1962 31 December 1962 31 March 1963 30 June 1963
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Grumman HU-16 Albatross 40 40   41 41   41 41   41 41  
Grumman S-2A Tracker 13 13   13 13   13 13   13 13  
Total 53 53   54 54   54 54   54 54  

Cargo

Mission, Design and Series of Aircraft. 30 September 1962 31 December 1962 31 March 1963 30 June 1963
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Cessna CHC-1C Skyhook 4 4   3 3   2 2   4 4  
Curtiss C-46 Commando 101 101   100 100   99 99   98 98  
Douglas C-47 Skytrain 311 310 1 369 367 2 389 389   398 390 8
Douglas C-54 Skymaster 28 28   27 27   30 30   29 29  
Douglas C-118 Liftmaster                   1 1  
Fairchild C-119 Flying Boxcar 36 36   37 37   37 37   40 40  
Lockheed C-130 Hercules             4 4   8 8  
Total 480 479 1 536 534 2 561 561   578 570 8

Trainer

Mission, Design and Series of Aircraft. 30 September 1962 31 December 1962 31 March 1963 30 June 1963
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
North American T-6G Texan 247 230 17 280 280   278 278   279 273 6
North American T-28A Trojan 168 168   177 177   176 176   174 173 1
Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star 332 331 1 354 352 2 346 343 3 352 349 3
Beech T-34A Mentor 53 53   59 59   53 53   53 52 1
Cessna T-37B/C Tweet 41 41   33 33   39 39   39 39  
Total 841 823 18 903 901 2 892 889 3 897 886 11

Communications

Mission, Design and Series of Aircraft. 30 September 1962 31 December 1962 31 March 1963 30 June 1963
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Total Active In-
Active
Cessna O-1A Bird Dog 69 69   67 67   82 82   82 82  
de Havilland Canada U-6 Beaver 13 13   13 13   13 13   13 13  
North American LT-6G Texan 85 85   58 58   58 58   58 58  
Sikorsky UH/HH-19 Chickasaw 51 45 6 55 54 1 57 56 1 57 56 1
Sikorsky SS-55 5 5   4 4   4 4   4 4  
Sikorsky UH/CH-34 Choctaw 33 31 2 33 33   33 31 2 35 33 2
Kaman HH-43 Huskie 7 7   5 5   7 6 1 7 7  
Sikorsky SH-34J 6 6   6 6   6 6   6 6  
Bell UH-1B Iroqouis                   4   4
Helio U-10 Courier             12   12 12 12  
Cessna 2 2   2 2   2 2   4 4  
Morane 12 12   12 12   12 12   12 7 5
Total 283 275 8 255 254 1 286 270 16 294 282 12

 

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