Bronco 483

SN 155483 (MSN 305-94)

  • New at the factory – December 13, 1968
  • HML 267 – Camp Pendleton, California – December 17, 1968
  • VMO-6 – Quang Tri, Vietnam – January 1, 1969 thru June 23, 1969
  • Then VMO6 at Futema, Okinawa thru January 20, 1971
  • To VMO2 – Danang, Vietnam – January 20, 1971 thru May 11, 1971
  • HML 267 at Camp Pendleton May 14, 1971 thru June 26, 1972
  • Joe Baugher’s Notes: converted to OV-10D. To Military Aircraft Storage and Disposal Center as 1V0011 Aug 19, 1975, back to service. Back to Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Center as 1V0053 Apr 16, 1993. To PB0003 Jun 24, 1993. Noted cocooned at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ Nov 2002. Noted Oct 7, 2004 at Boeing Facility, Mesa, Arizona, allegedly to go to Colombian AF. Registration N373SV reserved Feb 3, 2009.

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