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22-June-2016
64-17676 On display at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. These aircraft were highly modified versions of the World War II A-26 Invader, used for ground-attack missions along the Ho Chi Minh Trail. (more of 64-17676)
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22-June-2016
52-3863 On display at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. “Dennis the Menace” is in the markings of the 97th FIS based at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base during the mid-1950s. (more of 52-3863)
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22-June-2016
42-95857 On display at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. This Marauder was flown by the Free French during the final months of World War II. It is painted as “Shootin in” assigned to the 387th Bomb Group, 9th Air Force in 1945. (more of 42-95857)
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22-June-2016
42-83665 On display at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. The Apache was the dive bomber version of the Mustang. It was used by the USAAF in North Africa, Sicily, Italy and India. This Apache is painted to represent the aircraft flown by Capt. Lawrence Dye of the 522nd FBS, 27th FG in World War II. (more of 42-83665)
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22-June-2016
42-69654 On display at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. This Kingcobra is painted as an RP-63A manned target aircraft for aerial gunnery practice. (more of 42-69654)
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22-June-2016
42-65406 On display at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. This former RCAF P-40 is painted to represent the aircraft flown by Col. Bruce Holloway of the Flying Tigers and its successor, the 23rd Fighter Group. (more of 42-65406)
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22-June-2016
42-71676 On display at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. Originally AT-8 multi-engine advanced trainers, these aircraft went through designation changes as the AT-17 and the UC-78 light personnel transport that served with the USAAF, USN and RCAF. This Bobcat was acquired by the museum in 1982. (more of 42-71676)
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22-June-2016
44-3887 On display at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. This winter diorama shows ground crew with a Type F-1A Utility Heater in front of Airacobra 41-7073 flown by Lt. L. Spoonts of the 57th FS based on Adak Island during the Aleutians Campaign in 1942. (more of 44-3887)
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22-June-2016
60591 On display at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force after being restored by its Restoration Division. Donated by Boeing in 1959, this Kaydet is painted to represent a Navy N2S-5 but is actually 42-17800. Kaydets with different engines had different designations; this PT-13D is powered by a 220 hp Lycoming R-680. The Kaydet was a well-liked primary trainer and thousands of Allied pilots trained on it during World War II. (more of 60591)
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25-July-2008
61-7976 Transferred to NASA in 1999, on display at WPAFB Museum. (more of 61-7976)
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11-March-2007
D9029 1620 Rebuilt, using original parts, by the Royal Canadian Air Force in 1967. Installed here at the USAF Dayton museum in May 2003. Painted to represent one of the 52 Avro 504Ks used in 1918 by the Royal Air Force to train American pilots at Issoudun, France (more of D9029)
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11-March-2007
49-0310 One of the forgotten heros of the Cold War. At the United States Air Force Museum (more of 49-0310)
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11-March-2007
60-0374 The Air Force modified eight Boeing C-135 Stratolifter cargo aircraft into Apollo / Range Instrumentation Aircraft (A/RIA). Equipped with a steerable seven-foot antenna dish in its distinctive "Droop Snoot" or "Snoopy Nose," An unusual looking aircraft, on display at the US Airforce Musuem in Dayton Ohio (more of 60-0374)
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11-March-2007
11504 Italian bomber. The machine has been located since 1987 in US Air Force Museum and is on loan from the Museo Aeronautica Caproni di Taledo in Italian.
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11-March-2007
52-2220 At the United States Air Force Museum, This was the last B-36 ever flown. (more of 52-2220)
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-October-1976
T.2B-244 (901-20) The Spanish version of the Junkers-52. (more of T.2B-244)
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16-June-2005
69-7699 National Museum of the United States Air Force (more of 69-7699)
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