|72-] (B-72)||NC2866||June 1948||to 1201, w/o when?|
|73-] (B-73)||June 1948||to 1202, w/o when crashed into Lake Tiberias on 7 December 1948|
Northrop Grumman E-2C Hawkeye ('Daya')
Four Basic E-2C ('pre Group 0') aircraft ordered new from the manufacturer, and delivered 1977-1978. Used by 192 sqn for airborne early warning and control duties. Fitted with in-flight refuelling probes in the early 1990s and also the subject of various avionics updates, including a large rectangular fairing on the fuselage side. Withdrawn in January 1997 and placed in storage. Three aircraft sold to Mexico August 2002, and delivered from June 2004. Hebrew name means Kite.
|941||A041||160771||1977||Accepted 8 December 1977. to Mexico AMP-100 June 2004|
|942||A042||160772||1978||preserved Hatzerim museum. to Mexico AMP-101 June 2004|
|944||A044||160773||1978||to Hatzerim Museum June 2003|
|946||A046||160774||1978||to Mexico AMP-102 Nov 2004|
Grumman OV-1D Mohawk ('Atalef')
Two OV-1D delivered during 1974, on loan from the US Army. Used for recce/ELINT role. Withdrawn from service in 1982. Shipped back to the USA for refurbishment by Grumman and returned to the US Army inventory. Hebrew name means Bat.
|022/4X-JRA||69-17021||1974||returned to the USA, to N134GM|
|056/4X-JRB||68-16993||1974||burnt out at Haifa unknown date, but wreck returned to USA|
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