Older Photos (Pre-2000)
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Niagara Falls PhantomF-4D, serial 65-0752, on the arrival ramp during May, 1988, in the very early stages of the storage process. The only visible evidence of any activity by the AMARC staff is the application of PCN FP101.
NH-Coded TrackerNovember, 1995, view of S-2G, BuNo 152345. She would leave in early 2000 destined to fight wild fires for the United States Forest Service.
Vermont ANG Delta DaggerConvair F-102A, serial 57-0852, previously with the 134th FIS out of Burlington, VT, is seen in storage during November, 1976. She would depart in the early 80s for conversion to PQM-102B configuration.
October, 1992A mishmash of stored aircraft - A-17, A-10, and OV-10 - are visible in this aerial photo.
Upper Heyford Aardvark55th Fighter Squadron F-111E, serial 68-0029, seen in December, 1993, just one month after her arrival for storage. She would remain so until January, 2012, at which point she was scrapped.
Ohio ANGOctober, 1992, view of A-7D, serial 70-1030, just two months after her arrival from the 166th Fighter Squadron. She would be scrapped by a local yard by May, 1997.
RVAH-3 VigilanteRA-5C, BuNo 149277, as seen during February, 1985, a little more than a year before she would depart for use as a weapons range target.
Early HerculesC-130A, serial 56-0486, as seen during September, 1989, 25 months after her arrival for storage from the 95th Tactical Airlift Squadron.
Eventual DroneSeptember, 1989, view of F-100F (soon to be QF-100F), serial 56-3915, immediately prior to her departure to Tracor Flight Systems.
Scrap Yard AerialOctober, 1994, view of the DMI yard with three HU-16s, four C/KC-97s, two OV-1s, two T-28s, one C-47, and eight C-117s. Only a few of the tail numbers are visible in this shot, and I added them to the photo.
Ranch Hand AircraftUC-123K, was a Ranch Hand aircraft but did not spray Agent Orange. She sprayed alternate defoliants including Agent White and Agent Blue. Photo from November, 1990.