Raytheon LAX Test Operations Alltime Aircraft Roster
The 'Early' column refers to the earliest evidence found for the aircraft, ie: photo, registry, and so on. The 'Late' column refers to the latest evidence found. The dates do NOT refer to the exact amount of time the aircraft were active. Note: Aircraft rosters are by no means 100% accurate or complete. All content is Copyright www.thenorthspin.com and is not to be re-posted or redistributed. Updated 2/18/08

Raytheon Test Operations - Los Angeles International AP, CA
#
Type
Serial
N#
Early
Late
Notes
?
727-223
22467
289MT
?
2/08
Originally American Airlines N710AA. Nickname changed from "Amorous Angie" to "Sweet Steph" 06 or 07. Mainly used for various new radar development projects. The most distinguishing feature is the addition of a fighter radome to the nose.
?
DC-10-10
46524
910SF
?/98
4/05

Originally American Airlines N124AA. Nicknamed "Sweet Judy", but also known as 'WASP'. Replaced N7381. Most likely used in concert with the Missile Defense Agency to test missile detection technology and continue the Airborne Infrared program. Modified with an 'aero window', which can be opened in flight. Raytheon no longer the operator ?/05.

?
720-060B
18977
7381
4/97
?/98
Originally Ethiopian Airlines. Nicknamed "Embraceable Annie". Rebuilt by Lockheed Greenville for Hughes (Raytheon) and the Advanced Research Projects Agency. Test bed for Airborne Infrared Measurement System (AIRMS). Modified with an 'aero window', which can be opened in flight. Replaced by N910SF. Stored at Mojave ?/98. Scrapped 10/17/03.



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