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AMARC Experience - 2017 - Inventory Movements [JUL-DEC]
Sunday, May 27, 2018

The tables below have been created by comparing the publicly released AMARG monthly inventories. 'Arrivals' are records which are addtions since the previous monthly inventory. 'Departures' are records which are longer included since the previous monthly inventory. For example, the movments for April 2015 will be the changes noted between the March 2015 and April 2015 inventory listings. As inventories are released at varying days in each month, usually midway through, movements for a particular month can be split across two periods.


Occassionally projected arrivals are included in the listings, where this is the case an asterix will be placed against the arrival date. For these records the arrivial date will the actual date that the aircraft arrived, as specified by the next month's inventory.

The data contained on this page is not guaranteed to be 100% correct. If you notice any omissions or errors please let us know using the comment form at the bottom of this page. Thank you.

July 2017

July 2017

Arrivals

Serial Type Arrival Date Location
163110 McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B Hornet 20-JUN-2017 SMS
70-0448 Lockheed C-5A Galaxy 22-JUN-2017 FF
81-0630 Lockheed C-130H Hercules 26-JUN-2017 FF
85-1546 General Dynamics F-16C Falcon 27-JUN-2017 21
91-1239 Lockheed C-130H Hercules 26-JUN-2017 FF

Departures

Serial Type Arrival Date Location
161647 Kaman SH-2G Seasprite 18-DEC-2000 15
68-11167 Cessna O-2A Skymaster 02-MAY-1994 20
85-1454 General Dynamics F-16C Falcon 14-SEP-2010 PAD

Location Movements

 

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