A parcel list F/A 18 Hornets used by the Blue Angels

Bu. No.

DISPOSITION

161353

Former Blue Angels A/C 1990-91. Retired to National Museum of Naval Aviation and loaned to Naval Air Test and Evaluation Museum, Patuxent, MD. It has been on display there since Sept 1996.

161354

Former Blue Angels A/C. STRICKEN 4 Oct 1999. Cut up to become F-18D flight simulator.

161355

Former Blue Angels A/C. Transferred to NASA as 846. Allocate civil registration of N846NA Jul 2001

161366

Former Blue Angels A/C. On display at NAS Lemoore, CA.

161519

Former Blue Angels A/C. Transferred to NASA as chase A/C. Allocated civil registration N843NA Jul 2001.

161520

Former Blue Angels A/C. Transferred to NASA as 847 in Sep 1989. Allocated civil registration N847NA Jul 2001

161521

VX-5, Former Blue Angels A/C. TO AMARC as 1A0008 May 3, 1995. Currently in storage hangar at NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA.

161522

VX-5, Blue Angels A/C #5 crashed on railroad tracks 5 M S of Brawley, CA, during flt demo training 12-FEB-87 in El Centro, CA. LCDR David Anderson successful ejection. Fuel starvation.

161523

Former Blue Angels A/C. to AMARC as 1A0008 May 3, 1995.

161524

Blue Angels crash/MAC with 161973 23-JAN-90 at NAF El Centro, CA. CAPT C. Moseley successful ejection. Other A/C landed.

161525

Former Blue Angels A/C

161526

Former Blue Angels A/C.

161527

Former Blue Angels A/C.

161528

Former Blue Angels A/C. w/o 23 Jan 1990

161711

Former Blue Angels A/C. AMARC June 29, 2010

161723

Blue Angels 161723 FA-18B, #7, 2010

161726

VX-5, Former Blue Angels A/C. On static display at NAS JRB, New Orleans, LA.

161746

Former Blue Angels A/C. St Louis Science Museum, St. Louis, MO

161931

Former Blue Angels A/C. Noted Aug 2003 stored at NAS Pensacola, FL

161932

VX-5, NFDS, A/C crashed 28-Oct-99 during airshow practice at Moody AFB, GA. LCDR Kieron O'Connor and LT Kevin Colling killed.

161941

Blue Angels A/C. Now on display as gate guard at NAS Jacksonville, FL.

161942

Blue Angels as #4; Now on display at USS Lexington Museum, Corpus Christi, TX.

161943

Blue Angels A/C #7, stricken 2008. Detroit Science Center, Detroit, MI

161945

Former Blue Angels A/C

161948

Former Blue Angels as #3 Valiant Air Command Warbird Museum, Titusville, FL

161952

Blue Angels A/C. Seen on NATTC parking ramp at NAS Pensacola, FL Dec 27, 2004.

161955

Blue Angels A/C. Lost its nose radome in Hurricane Ivan Sep 15/16, 2004 at NAS Pensacola. Now on display at the National Museum of Naval Aviation in Pensacola

161956

Blue Angels #6 unable to maintain flight after A/C struck water causing engine/hyd damage. A/C crashed into Gulf of Mexico 6 M offshore in Gulf of Mexico nr Perdido Key, FL 1 Dec 2004 during familiarization flight. LT Ted Steelman ejected and was rescued.

161957

Former Blue Angels A/C. On static display at NAS Atlanta, Dobbins ARB, GA, until base closed. Plane was moved for display at NAWCTSD Orlando, FL.

161959

Former Blue Angels A/C as #2

161960

Former Blue Angels A/C, Stricken 2008. Now static display NAS Pensacola.

161962

Former Blue Angels A/C. STRICKEN Jul 5, 2000. Seen on NATTC parking ramp at NAS Pensacola, FL Dec 27, 2004.

161963

Former Blue Angels A/C #2; Now on display at San Diego Air and Space Museum.

161964

Former Blue Angels A/C to AMARC as 1A0053 Aug 12, 1996. STRICKEN Jan 8, 2003.

161965

Former Blue Angels A/C. to AMARC as 1A0058 Jan 17, 1997

161967

VMFA-251 '88-89, VMFA-333 '89. Noted with Blue Angels Nov 2002 as #1

161969

VMFA-251 '88-89, VMFA-333 '89.Former Blue Angels A/C. Seen on NATTC parking ramp at NAS Pensacola, FL Dec 27, 2004

161973

NFDS MAC WITH 161524 on 23-JAN-90, landed safely but Class A damage. STRICKEN in 1994. Offered for public sale by Air Capitol Warbirds as of Feb 2002. Has shown up on eBay by Landa and As Strickeniates. The registration N118FA was reserved May 27, 2004, taken up Aug 5, 2004.

161975

Former Blue Angels A/C; now static display NAS Pensacola.

161978

Former Blue Angels A/C.

161983

Former Blue Angels A/C. Now on display at US Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD.

161984

Former Blue Angels A/C. STRICKEN Sep 28, 1999. Now on display at Kalamazoo Air Zoo Museum, MI

161985

VMFA-251 '88-89, VMFA-333 '89.Former Blue Angels A/C. To AMARC as 1A0060 Jan 24, 1997.

162411

VMFA-142 A/C as of 2006; Former Blue Angels

162437

VFA-132 CV-43 '85-86. First Hornet combat in Operation Prairie Fire on March 24/15, 1986 and Operation El Dorado Canyon 15 Apr '86. With Blue Angels as No. 5, seen as such Oct 2006

162448

Was on display at NAS Oceana, VA, now on a stick at NAF El Centro painted as Blue 1 (although never used with Blues).

162826

VFA-195 CV-41 '86; Blue Angels

162897

A VFA-195 CV-4187. 21-APR-07, NFDS#6, A/C crashed during rendezvous near the end of an air show at MCAS Beaufort, SC. LCDR Kevin J. Davis did not survive. Eight people on the ground were injured.

163093

Former Blue Angels A/C

163105

VFA-87 CVN-71 '90-91 Blue Angels Oct 2006.

163106

VFA-87 CVN-71 '90-91 Blue Angels, 2011

163435

VFA-81 CVN-69 98, CVN-73 00 Blue Angels FA-18C, 2011

163442

VFA-81 CVN-69 98, CVN-73 00. Blue Angels, 2011

163451

VFA-86 09-91. Blue Angels, 2011

163455

VMFA-212 2002, VMFA-212 03. Blue Angels , 2011

163464

Blue Angels , 2011

163468

Blue Angels , 2011

163498

VFA-81 90-91. VFA-115 98-00. VFA-147 03. Blue Angels, 2011

163705

VFA-192 CV-62 93. VFA-195 98. Blue Angels , 2011

163765

VFA-195 CV-62 93. Blue Angels , 2011

163768

VFA-192 CV-62 93. VMFA-212 02-03. Blue Angels , 2011