Bomber and Attack Aircraft
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A portion of B-52G, serial 58-0163, being hauled away. The photo is dated April 2016, nearly 4.5 years before records show the aircraft being scrapped. It's possible this portion of the aircraft found a new home at a museum, but I cannot find any indications that is so.
77th Bomb Squadron "War Eagles" B-1B, serial 85-0070, in storage during April 2013 as viewed from between two F/A-18s. She arrived during the latter part of 2002 and remains in storage, minus a few of her parts, as of the date of this post.
2014 close-up shot of the tail of A-6E, BuNo 155703, highlighting what the Arizona sun does to painted-on markings over long periods of time - in this case, 21 years.
A-10A, serial 77-0226, as she appeared during April, 2006. She would be scrapped nearly ten years later in January, 2016. Behind her are A-10A, serial 75-0277 (tail code DM), and A-10A, serial 77-0195 (tail code EL).
The first F-15E, serial 86-0183, as seen in storage on Celebrity Row during November, 2015.
A-10A, serial 78-0603, in storage during November, 2013.
A-4M, BuNo 160261, as she appeared during November, 2014. She arrived during December, 1989, and is still in storage at the time of this post.
A-6E, BuNo 155656, as she appeared in early 2013. She would be scrapped in late 2015.
This Warthog had only been in storage for six months when this November, 2013, photo was taken. She remains there as of the date of this post.
Late-2013 view of B-52G, serial 57-6473. She was placed in storage during February, 1993, and remains there as of the date of this post.
A-6E, BuNo 156996, sits to the left of EA-6B, BuNo 159585, which sits to the left of A-6E, BuNo 155703, in this September, 2009, photo. Both of the Intruders have been scrapped, while the Prowler is still in storage.
A-4F, BuNo 155018, as she appeared during April, 2016, nearly 22 years after she arrived for storage.