The tail of MC-130E, 64-0568, as seen during November 2022, where she'd been since April 2013.
VC-135A, serial 55-3126, "Speckled Trout" in storage as of June 1976, about a year after her arrival. This aircraft set the speed record in November 1957 from Buenos Aires to Washington D.C. with General Curtis LeMay (previous boss of SAC and then Air Force Chief of Staff) at the controls as a part of "Operation Long Legs". She would survive until 1979(?), at which point all but the nose of the aircraft was scrapped.
CH-46 tails as seen in storage during July 2018. BuNos visible are 153318, 157664, and 157662.
VC-118, serial 53-3305, as seen during June 1976, 13 months after her arrival for storage from the 475th Air Base Wing at Yakota, Japan. She would be scrapped in April 1983.
EA-6B, BuNo 161242, getting some initial preservation attention during July 2018.
November 2022 photo of MC-130H, serial 89-0282.
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.