A quick assortment of pics I got during my time out there. Hover the mouse over the centre of the image and click the light bulb to get a new page with the full picture displayed.

Apologies for some of the pics being from behind glass, certain areas us civilians weren’t allowed outside the transport. Thanks to the guys at of the 309th Maint&Regen unit for the backstage pass to see the nukes!

You may use these images as long as you credit me and this URL when you do so.

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  8. Eric Petitclerc

    That picture shows a A4, does it not? It looks like it was part of a training squadron where it played the role of a “bad guy!, bogey, or whatever the pilots call them. In that case, the ennemy was apparently CHINA!

    A4 were often taken to imitate the Mig-21, am I mistaken?

    December 19, 2013 Reply to this comment
    • Eric Petitclerc

      I was talking about he picture that you labeled

      F11F, I think…

      December 19, 2013 Reply to this comment
  9. is it possible to actually purchase these retired aircraft? and if so what credentials do you need to supply if any at all?

    October 6, 2013 Reply to this comment
  10. [...] impossible to talk about plane graveyards without mentioning Davis Monthan Air Force Base in the Arizona Desert, home to around 4,000 retired [...]

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  11. Dean Howard

    I would like to know if you have any (02) Cessna SkyMasters 337 if so what condition are they in and are they for sale if so how much? Please if possible on the condition of the Aircraft are flyable with minor repair or major repair!

    April 27, 2013 Reply to this comment
  12. How can I get a Huey or Cobra for my American Legion post?
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    December 29, 2011 Reply to this comment
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  14. Uyraell Sensenmann.

    N94ONS is a Superguppy. Based on the Boeing C97 Cargomaster, originally derived from the B29 Superfortress of WW2. The Superguppy conversions were most often employed by NASA during and subsequent to the Apollo era, and did not cease flying until the mid 1980′s early 1990′s.

    August 26, 2010 Reply to this comment
  15. Uyraell Sensenmann.

    McDonnell Douglass TA4K. in Aggressor Squadron “Soviet” markings as employed at “Top Gun” Naval Air to Air Combat School, NAS Miramar.
    Aggressor Squadron flew as simulated Russian aircraft and pilots, quite literally a Soviet Airforce Unit as close to genuine as could be achieved, operating on US soil.

    August 26, 2010 Reply to this comment

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