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MCDONNELL DOUGLAS Super Hornet (16-6775)
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MCDONNELL DOUGLAS Super Hornet (16-6775)



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Bob Papadakis
It’s a Boeing F-18E. M&A was completed in 1995. No need for a hyphen in the Bureau Number. It is contiguous - 166775. Nice photo!
Mason BeitzPhoto Uploader
Thanks Bob! And FA automatically puts a hyphen when I put the BuNo in unfortunately. Not sure what’s up with that.
Well Bob P, you can write it any way you want to. But in a Bureau Number, the first two digits are in fact, a coded field. In many contexts, the hyphen is customary. In some government uses, it is mandatory.
Chris Bryant
I believe the reason that FA puts the hyphen in the BuNo is because that's how the Air Force does it.
Donna Yost
Looks like it needs to go to the boneyard...
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