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Email Autor Correction ID #770850 / 65 Views
Email Autor Correction ID #323740 / 109 Views
12-April-2005
64-0815 (GA) This a/c was delivered to the Air Force in 1965, where it served for both the Air Force and Air National Guard until it was retired in 1987. Now it sits on display at the Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum in Savannah, Georgia. (more of 64-0815)
Email Autor Correction ID #323738 / 273 Views
12-April-2005
50-062 Anybody want to know where some of the grassroots of great commercial airliners such as the B707, B747, and the DC-8 got their aerodynamic designs from? It was from the likes of this B-47, which was the first swept-wing jet bomber for the United States. This particular a/c was delivered to the Mighty Eighth Museum from Florence, South Carolina in 1998. After a period of refurbishment, this a/c now sits as a nice advertisement of the museum for those passing by on I-95! (more of 50-062)
Email Autor Correction ID #323737 / 40 Views
12-April-2005
N555J Training a/c that was used a lot by the Air Force to train pilots for combat. This one is on display at the Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum in Savannah, Georgia. (more of N555J)
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27-January-2005
RED46 Mig-17 Fresco in Chinese markings located at the mighty Eighth Museum in Savannah GA.