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Photo ID 107042 by Ray Orgunwall. USA Air Force Boeing C 17A Globemaster III, 06 6155
Photo ID: 107042
The only large transport in the USAF to have a stick rather than the traditional yoke.
Photo ID 106365 by Ray Orgunwall. USA Air Force Fairchild A 10C Thunderbolt II, 79 0190
Photo ID 106325 by Ray Orgunwall. USA Air Force Fairchild A 10C Thunderbolt II, 79 0190
Photo ID 106324 by Ray Orgunwall. USA Air Force Lockheed C 5B Galaxy L 500, 87 0042
Photo ID: 106324
Photo ID 106323 by Ray Orgunwall. USA Air Force Lockheed U 2S, 80 1070
Photo ID: 106323
Photo ID 72243 by Ray Orgunwall. USA Air Force McDonnell Douglas F 4C Phantom II, 64 0792
Photo ID 72242 by Ray Orgunwall. USA Air Force McDonnell Douglas F 4C Phantom II, 64 0792
Photo ID: 72242
I had a chance to look inside the cockpit, but unfortunately there isn't much there.
Photo ID 72191 by Ray Orgunwall. USA Air Force McDonnell Douglas F 4C Phantom II, 64 0792
Photo ID: 72191
Certainly this old Rhino has seen better days...
Photo ID 72190 by Ray Orgunwall. USA Air Force McDonnell Douglas F 4C Phantom II, 64 0792
Photo ID: 72190
F-4C being restored at the Pacific Aviation Museum, Pearl Harbor, Hangar 79. I wish I had the opportunity to see this beauty under better conditions.
Photo ID 71089 by Ray Orgunwall. USA Air Force McDonnell Douglas F 15A Eagle, 76 0063
Photo ID: 71089
Former Hawaiian Air National Guard F-15A. The cockpit is pretty much intact and you can climb up to take a look inside, but the engines are missing. I was told she will be fitted with engines soon.
Photo ID 71088 by Ray Orgunwall. USA Air Force McDonnell Douglas F 15A Eagle, 76 0063
Photo ID: 71088
Tail of the former Hawaiian Air National Guard F-15A preserved at the Pacific Aviation Museum, Pearl Harbor, Hangar 79.
Photo ID 71087 by Ray Orgunwall. USA Navy Grumman F 14D Tomcat, 163904
Photo ID: 71087
F-14D Tomcat preserved at the Pacific Aviation Museum, Pearl Harbor. She's pretty much stripped of everything, but luckily the exhaust cones are still there. Tomcat parts are really hard to come by due to the situation with Iran.
Photo ID 71086 by Ray Orgunwall. USA Navy Grumman F 14D Tomcat, 163904
Photo ID: 71086
F-14D Tomcat preserved at the Pacific Aviation Museum, Pearl Harbor. She's pretty much stripped of everything, but luckily the exhaust cones are still there. Tomcat parts are really hard to come by due to the situation with Iran.
Photo ID 70869 by Ray Orgunwall. USA Navy Sikorsky UH 3H Sea King, 152700
Photo ID: 70869
Preserved at the Pacific Aviation Museum, Hangar 79, Pearl Harbor.
Photo ID 70868 by Ray Orgunwall. USA Navy Sikorsky UH 3H Sea King, 152700
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Preserved at the Pacific Aviation Museum, Hangar 79, Pearl Harbor.
Photo ID 70861 by Ray Orgunwall. USA Navy Grumman F4F 3 Wildcat G 36, 12296
Photo ID 70860 by Ray Orgunwall. USA Navy Grumman F4F 3 Wildcat G 36, 12296
Photo ID 70859 by Ray Orgunwall. USA Navy Grumman F4F 3 Wildcat G 36, 12296
Photo ID 70858 by Ray Orgunwall. USA Navy Grumman F4F 3 Wildcat G 36, 12296
Photo ID 70857 by Ray Orgunwall. Japan Navy Mitsubishi A6M2 Reisen Zero, B11 120
Photo ID: 70857
Pacific Aviation Museum, Pearl Harbor
Photo ID 70856 by Ray Orgunwall. Japan Navy Mitsubishi A6M2 Reisen Zero, B11 120
Photo ID: 70856
Pacific Aviation Museum, Pearl Harbor
Photo ID 50514 by Ray Orgunwall. Private Collings Foundation Boeing B 17G Flying Fortress 299P, NL93012
Photo ID: 50514
The impressive nose guns of the Collings' Foundation B-17.
Photo ID 50513 by Ray Orgunwall. Private Collings Foundation Boeing B 17G Flying Fortress 299P, NL93012
Photo ID 50512 by Ray Orgunwall. Private Collings Foundation Boeing B 17G Flying Fortress 299P, NL93012
Photo ID: 50512
So much for the California blue skies...
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