Boneyard Pictures From Guest Photographers
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Photographer: Roy GorrisA-10A, serial 77-0236, as she appeared during May, 2009. What's left of the aircraft would be hauled away and scrapped in mid-2015.
USAF Photo2017 view looking east at Areas 21 (C-130s, foreground), 23 (P-3s, E-2s, and maintenance shelters), 25 (KC-135s), and 29 (KC-135s and more C-130s in the distance). Does anyone see the F-4 Phantom tail?
Photographer: John M. TaylorJune, 1976, photo of US-2C, BuNo 133388, a VC-5, Cubi Point, aircraft before her arrival three months earlier.
Courtesy MAPaircraftphotos.comNebraska ANG RF-84F from the 173rd TRS in storage during January, 1971. She would remain through April, 1975, at which point she was scrapped.
Photographer: John M. TaylorJune, 1976, photo of F-100C, serial 54-1786, previously of the 125th Tactical Fighter Squadron of the OK Air National Guard. She was acquired by the March Field Museum in March, 1981, where she remains today.
USAF PhotoFive A-10s seen in this USAF photo from August, 2017. Serials visible on the grey C-models are (bottom to top) 81-0982 (DM), 80-0150 (DM), and 79-0149 (BD). The other Warthog markings are too faded to read from this distance.
Photographer: Roy Gorris2009 photo of T-2C, BuNo 159705, about a year before she would be sold to Greece.
Courtesy MAPaircraftphotos.comde Havilland Canada L-20A Beaver, serial 56-0399, as seen in storage during October, 1972. She would eventually be provided to Taiwan as 8017.
Courtesy MAPaircraftphotos.comMarch, 1968, photo of unknown F-86 at MASDC with American Fighter Pilots Association marking on canopy.