MODEL..............SERIAL #.............DISPLAYED........................................................LOCATION .......................

A-12......................924......................Yes.....................................................................Palmdale Air Museum, NV

A-12......................925......................Yes...............................................USS Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum, NY

A-12......................926.....................................Lost during a training/test flight - Pilot Ken Collins ejected safely

A-12......................927......................Yes...........................................California Museum of Science, Los Angeles

A-12......................928.......................................Lost during a training/test flight - Pilot Walter L. Ray was killed

A-12......................929.............Lost seconds after take-off from Groom Lake - Pilot Mel Vojvodich ejected safely

A-12......................930.......................Yes................................Alabama Space and Rocket Center, Huntsville, AL

A-12......................931.......................Yes...................................................Minnesota ANG Museum, St Paul, MN

A-12......................932...........................................................Lost during a mission - Pilot Jack Weeks was killed
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A-12......................933.......................Yes.....................................................................Kennedy Space Center, FL

YF-12....................934........................Yes..........................................................................Hill Air Force Base, UT

YF-12....................935.......................Yes..............................................Wright-Patterson Air Force Museum, OH

YF-12....................936......................Lost on 24 June 1971 - Lt-Col Jack Layton & Maj Billy Curtis ejected safely

A-12......................937........................No............................................................Stored at Plant 42, Palmdale, CA

A-12......................938........................Yes............................USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park, Mobile, AL

A-12......................939..............................Lost during a test flight at Groom Lake - Pilot Bill Park ejected safely

A-12 [M-21]...........940........................Yes...............................Museum of Flight, Seattle, WA [D-21 Mothership]

A-12......................941....................Lost off coast of California - Pilot Bill Park survived but Ray Torick drowned

SR-71....................950.............................................Lost at Edwards Air Force Base - Pilot Art Peterson survived

SR-71A..................951/937.................Yes.........(Known as NASA YF-12C)...........Pima Air Museum, Tucson, AZ

SR-71....................952........................Lost at Edwards AFB - Pilot Bill Weaver survived, RSO Jim Zwayer killed

SR-71....................953...............................Lost at Edwards AFB - Pilot Joe Rogers & Gary Heidelbaugh survived

SR-71....................954........................................Lost at Edwards AFB - Pilot Bill Skliar & Noel Warner survived

SR-71A..................955........................Yes.....................................................AFFTC Museum, Edwards AFB, CA

SR-71B..................956........................Yes.....................................................Kalamazoo Air Zoo, Kalamazoo, MI

SR-71....................957........................Lost at Beale AFB - Pilot Robert G. Sowers & David E. Fruehauf survived

SR-71A..................958........................Yes.................................................Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB, GA

SR-71A..................959........................Yes.....................................Air Force Armament Museum, Eglin AFB, FL

SR-71A..................960........................Yes.........................................................Castle Air Museum, Merced, CA

SR-71A..................961........................Yes.......................Kansas Cosmosphere & Space Center, Hutchinson, KS

SR-71A..................962........................Yes.................American Air Museum, Duxsford, Cambridgeshire, Britain

SR-71A..................963........................Yes.....................................................................................Beale AFB, CA

SR-71A..................964........................Yes.....................................Strategic Air Command Museum, Omaha, NE

SR-71....................965.........................Lost during a mission - Pilot St. Martin & RSO John Carnochan survived

SR-71....................966..............................................Lost during mission - Pilot Boone & RSO Sheffield survived

SR-71A..................967.........................No....................................................8th AF Museum, Barksdale AFB, LA

SR-71A..................968.........................Yes..........................................Virginia Aviation Museum, Richmond, VA

SR-71....................969............................................Lost during mission - Pilot Lawson & RSO Martinez survived

SR-71....................970........Lost during collision with KC-135Q - Pilot Buddy Brown & RSO Mort Jarvis survived

SR-71A..................971.........................Yes................................................................................Edwards AFB, CA

SR-71A..................972.........................Yes..................Smithsonian Institution, Dulles Airport, Washington D.C.

SR-71A..................973..........................Yes....................................Blackbird Airpark (Det 1 ASC), Palmdale, CA

SR-71....................974....................................Lost on mission - Pilot Dan F. House & RSO Capt. Bozek survived

SR-71A..................975..........................Yes...................................................March Field Museum, Riverside, CA

SR-71A..................976..........................Yes..........................Wright-Patterson AFB, USAF Museum, Dayton, OH

SR-71....................977..................Lost at Beal AFB - Pilot Gabriel A. Kardong & RSO James A. Kogler survived

SR-71....................978..............................Lost at Kadena AFB - Pilot Dennis Bush & RSO Jimmy Fagg survived

SR-71A..................979..........................Yes.............................History & Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB, TX

SR-71A..................980..........................Yes...................................NASA Dryden Test Center, Edwards AFB, CA

SR-71C..................981..........................Yes........................................................Hill AFB Museum, Hill AFB, UT
The following SR-71s have been placed in "flyable storage" at NASA awaiting additional funding.

USAF 956 became NASA 831
USAF 971 became NASA 832
USAF 980 became NASA 844
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