Boneyard Pictures From Guest Photographers
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September, 1977, photo of F-4N, BuNo 150407, a previous VF-161 bird, soon after her arrival for storage. By June of 1983, she would depart with destination Holloman AFB, NM, for use as a range target.
F-11A, BuNo 141829, as seen during April, 1976. She was a June, 1967, arrival for storage from Training Squadron 26 (VT-26) stationed at NAS Chase, TX, (or NAS Grosse Ile, MI, which closed in the Fall of 1969).
July, 2018, photo of C-5A, serial 70-0462.
U-10B, serial 62-5916, seen immediately after her arrival for storage from the 1st Special Operations Wing at Eglin AFB (Hurlburt Field) , FL, during June, 1972.
OH-58D, serial 95-00010, as seen during July, 2018, in storage next to a number of sister aircraft.
EA-6B, BuNo 161242, undergoing preservation during late July, 2018.
A lineup of CH-46s with E-model 156434 nearest the camera. Photo from July, 2018.
HSL-33 Seasnakes SH-2F, BuNo 150179, as seen during May, 2009. As of the date of this post, she's still in storage in Area 15.
Ex-ROKAF, previous USAF, T-38A, serial 62-3680, as seen during January, 2017. She was retired from the USAF during September, 1994 with PCN AATF0271, and subsequently provided to the ROKAF during May, 1999, who used her (and 29 others just like it) until July, 2008, via a lease agreement. Upon return to the boneyard the aircraft was given a new PCN, as seen in this photo, of AATF0359.
CH-53D, BuNo 156967, as seen during July, 2018. A little more than a year later, she would be sold to an FMS country after spending just less than eight years in storage.
2019 photo of stored CH-46s, CH-53s, and C-5s.
Unidentified F-100 seen during June, 1977.