Andrews 2009Back to Country
Date: 16 May 2009
Static: 60-0047/LA B-52H 2nd BW 60-0055/MT B-52H 23rd BS 68-0217 C-5A 167th AS WV ANG 79-1710 KC-10A 305th AMW 07-7185 C-17A 437th AW 84-0092 C-21A 375th AW 02-0201 C-40C 201st AS DC ANG 06-4634 C-130J-30 41st AS 69-6577 AC-130H 16th SOS 62-3543 KC-135R 756th ARS AFRC 78-0578/OK E-3B 960th ACCS 85-1400/DC F-16C 121st FS DC ANG 69-6630 UH-1N 1st HS 92-26465/FT HH-60G 41st RQS 91-0101/TA T-1A 99th FTS 06-3828/VN T-6A 32nd FTS 68-8217/XL T-38C 87th FTS 73-1154/RA CT-43A 562nd FTS 97-0104 UC-35A PATD 73-21692 UH-1H 121st MedCo 04-25378 MH-6M 1-160th SOAR 06-3767 MH-47G 1-160th SOAR 07-02057 UH-72A 121st MedCo 69-16131 OH-58A 1-224th AVN 161309 UC-12B nmks 164995/AX-995 C-130T VR-53 166472/BH-472 KC-130J VMGR-252 163536/AA-600 E-2C+ VAW-125 164387 E-6B VQ-3 164271/DC-05 F/A-18C VMFA-122 161017/HF-24 AH-1W HMLA-269 158266/HF-07 UH-1N HMLA-269 157682/20 CH-46E HMX-1 161182/CJ-00 CH-53E HMH-461 164864/BJ-547 MH-53E HM-14 165252/32 CH-53E HMX-1 165750/BR-50 MH-60S HSC-28 158215 P-3C VP-30 153442/RL-442 NP-3D NRL 165967/F-967 T-6A TAW-5 165989/F-989 T-6A TAW-6 161799/E-799 T-34C TAW-5 167076/B-296 T-45C TW-2 167083/B-305 T-45C TW-2 167090/B-312 T-45C TW-2 166721/YS-07 MV-22B VMM-162 6001 MH-60J Elizabeth City N172RU Mi-8MTV-1 6th SOS N2531K Ce550 USCBP N140HS AB139 USCBP Hangar: 84-0075, 84-0098 C-21A 375th AW 76-0163, 76-0171 C-12C nn Flightlines: 03-4049/FF, 03-4060/FF F-22A 94th FS1FW 79-0213/FT A-10C 74th FS 80-0194/FT A-10C 74th FS "23Wg" 165801/AD222 F/A18F VFA-106 165806/AD-220 F/A18F VFA-106 99-0404 C-37A 99th AS 01-0040, 01-0041 C-40C 99th AS 85-1607 C-31A Golden Knights 95-26634 MH-60L nn Also the Air Forces' Thunderbirds were parked here with seven yet unidentified F-16s. Far side: 1x C-9 86th AW 57-1479, 57-1487 KC-135R 756th ARS AFRC 57-1512, 62-3556 KC-135R 756th ARS AFRC 63-7830 KC-135R 412th FLTS 85-1509 F-16D 121stFS DC-ANG 121st FS DC ANG 'DC' F-16C: 85-1426, 85-1438, 85-1461, 85-1471, 85-1476 85-1481, 86-0209, 86-0239, 86-0243 Flightline 1st HS UH-1Ns: 69-6604, 69-6618, 69-6633, 69-6636, 69-6637, 69-6655, 69-6668, 69-7536, 69-7537 This flightline was behind the bus terminal. Hangar UH-1Ns 1st HS: 69-6656, 69-6657, 69-6658, 69-6659, 69-6661, 69-6663, 69-6667, 69-6668, 69-6669, 69-7538 Preserved: 71-0867 C-9A pres. "89001" L1329 really N329K 61-0041 F-105D pres Warbirds: N103LT/TA-902 SNJ-4 nn c/n 88-12097 N22968 C-123K 54-0664 N3703G B-17G ex 41-24485 NL51HY P-51D ex 45-11439 N66JB T-6G ex 49-2915 N70GA C-45 ex KJ508 NL82GA SBD-5 private c/n 17371 NX1345BLH P-47D ex 44-90447 N382FW FW-149 ex Germany 90+58 N8020K FujiLM-1 private N7757 Harvard MkIV Zero replica N55107 L-39C 433136 N2805JEN AC-47D 43-770 N15SJ C-47B ex 44-76717 NL2825B RB-25 40-2168 .MissHap. N9586Z/SL-401 TBM-3E 85886 NX228JKJK-104 T-28B ex 137668 N281CM035 T-28B ex 140035 N54714P T-19A ex 42-83447 NX117BR MiG-17F Red Bull c/n 1C1529 The annual Joint Service open house at Andrews AFB always offer a wide variety of aircraft. Most remarkable was the large presence of special forces command. Next to some fixed wing aircraft like an AC-130, a total of three different helicopters were present. The small MH-6M Cayuse was sitting next to his larger brother the MH-47, but it was a soviet built helicopter which was the star of the show. An all white civil registered Mi-8 with a large question mark took all the attention. Although owned by a "semi" civil company this Hip operates for special opera- tions command. Another Russian build aircraft in service with the United States forces was the L-39C flying for the test pilot school. Several KC-135s and DC coded F-16s could be found at the other side of the static show. By taking the bus to the other side parking you could see some of these birds. With Beaufort and Cherry Point air shows in the same weekend the organisation didn't have that many choice for the flying dis- plays. One could enjoy the F-22A, F/A-18 and A-10 solo displays. Flying display aircraft were parked next to the static, so even spare aircraft could have been noted with some effort. Although the flying display wasn't that shocking, the static show compensated for that. Still the open house is a good opportu- nity to catch some of the presidential helicopters and 1st HS UH-1Ns.