AMARC Experience - Lastest Inventory Movements
Wednesday, October 17, 2018

The tables below have been created by comparing the publicly released AMARG monthly inventories. 'Arrivals' are records which are additions since the previous monthly inventory. 'Departures' are records which are longer included since the previous monthly inventory. Inventory movements from previous months and years can be viewed by using the 'AMARG Inventory' menu available above.

October 2018


Serial Type Arrival Date Location
01-3078General Atomics MQ-1B Predator07-OCT-201816
02-3101General Atomics MQ-1B Predator10-OCT-201816
06-3159General Atomics MQ-1B Predator03-OCT-201816
06-3170General Atomics MQ-1B Predator03-OCT-201816
06-3172General Atomics MQ-1B Predator04-OCT-201816
06-33171General Atomics MQ-1B Predator04-OCT-201816
07-3200General Atomics MQ-1B Predator06-SEP-201816
07-3203General Atomics MQ-1B Predator06-SEP-201816
07-3208General Atomics MQ-1B Predator04-OCT-201816
07-3219General Atomics MQ-1B Predator06-SEP-201816
08-3238General Atomics MQ-1B Predator05-OCT-201816
09-3259General Atomics MQ-1B Predator04-OCT-201816
98-3044General Atomics MQ-1B Predator05-OCT-201816


Serial Type Arrival Date Location
165772Sikorsky MH-60S Seahawk12-AUG-20142
82-0913General Dynamics F-16A Falcon11-MAY-2012IROW

Location Movements


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