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Photo ID 211376 by Rod Dermo. USA Air Force Sikorsky MH 53M Pave Low IV S 65, 68 10357
Photo ID: 211376
The Interior of a Pave Low IV bathed in a subtle green glow."National Museum Of The US Air Force"
Photo ID 198640 by Rod Dermo. USA Army Air Force Supermarine 365 Spitfire PR11, MB950
Photo ID: 198640
The USAAF 14th photographic squadron of the 8th airforce used these modified spitfires from 1943-1945 at Mount Farm airfield England.
Photo ID 198401 by Rod Dermo. Germany Air Force Fieseler Fi 156C 1 Storch, 5F YK
Photo ID: 198401
National Museum of the USAF
Photo ID 198074 by Rod Dermo. USA Army Air Force Republic P 47D Thunderbolt, 45 49167
Photo ID: 198074
National Museum of the USAF
Photo ID 197817 by Rod Dermo. Italy Air Force Macchi MC 200 Saetta, MM8146
Photo ID: 197817
National Museum of the USAF
Photo ID 197728 by Rod Dermo. USA Army Air Force De Havilland DH 98 Mosquito B35, NS519
Photo ID: 197728
National Museum of the USAF
Photo ID 197475 by Rod Dermo. USA Army Air Force North American B 25D Mitchell, 43 3374
Photo ID: 197475
National Museum of the USAF
Photo ID 197097 by Rod Dermo. USA Army Air Force Curtiss P 40E Warhawk, 42 65406
Photo ID: 197097
National Museum of the USAF
Photo ID 197005 by Rod Dermo. USA Army Air Force Douglas B 18A Bolo, 37 0469
Photo ID: 197005
National Museum of the USAF
Photo ID 196875 by Rod Dermo. USA Army Air Force Bell P 63E Kingcobra, 42 69654
Photo ID: 196875
Successfully operated by the Soviet Air Force during WWII under the lend-lease contract.National Museum of the USAF
Photo ID 188487 by Alastair T. Gardiner. USA Air Force Bell X 1B, 48 1385
Photo ID: 188487
After completing 27 research flights, cracks in the fuel tanks forced the X-1B to be rounded and it is now on display in the R&D Gallery of the NMUSAF.
Photo ID 184921 by Mark Munzel. USA Air Force Republic F 105B Thunderchief, 57 5793
Photo ID: 184921
Seen in US Air Force Museum storage area. Shortly after, this Thud was loaned to the Yankee Air Museum in Ypsilanti, MI, where it remains on display.
Photo ID 181557 by Alastair T. Gardiner. USA Air Force Lockheed VC 121E Super Constellation L 1049B, 53 7885
Photo ID: 181557
This aircraft was intended for the USN as 131650 but modified by Lockheed to a presidential transport. It became the personal aircraft of President Eisenhower and his wife named it 'Columbine III', as the Blue Columbine is the official flower of Colorado.
Photo ID 176635 by Alastair T. Gardiner. USA Air Force Rockwell B 1B Lancer, 84 0051
Photo ID: 176635
'Boss Hawg' served previously with the 7th Bomb Wing at Dyess and is a Operation Desert Fox combat veteran but was retired to the National Museum of the USAF during Sept. 2002.
Photo ID 167411 by Alastair T. Gardiner. UK Air Force Panavia Tornado GR1, ZD374
Photo ID: 167411
This Tonka is on display in a 617 Sqdn desert camoflage scheme at the National Museum of the USAF. It arrived at the museum after being donated by the RAF in October 2002.
Photo ID 167023 by Alastair T. Gardiner. USA Air Force Lockheed AC 130A Spectre L 182, 54 1630
Photo ID: 167023
This aircraft was delivered to the USAF during 1957 as a 'normal' C-130A but converted to a Spectre gunship during 1968. She saw action in Vietnam, Haiti and Iraq before being retired to the National Museum of the USAF in 1995.
Photo ID 166900 by Alastair T. Gardiner. USA Air Force Boeing B 29A Superfortress, 44 62139
Photo ID: 166900
This fuselage is displayed as a walk-through exhibit at the NMUSAF and is marked as 44-87657 'Command Decision', the only Bomber ace having sot down five MiGs during the Korean War.
Photo ID 166817 by Alastair T. Gardiner. USA Air Force North American F 86D Sabre, 52 3863
Photo ID: 166817
In reality this F-86D is 50-477 but is on display at the NMUSAF as 'Dennis the Menace', a Sabre Dog assigned to the 97th Fighter Interceptor Squadron based at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH during the mid-1950s.
Photo ID 155511 by Alastair T. Gardiner. USA Navy Consolidated PBY 5A Catalina, 46595
Photo ID: 155511
This PBY-5 was previously 46595 and N4583B but is on display at the National Museum of the USAF as 'Snafu Snatchers', an OA-10A assigned to the 2nd Emergency Rescue Squadron in the Pacific during WWII. Sorry about the prop shadow, it was unavoidable.
Photo ID 154079 by Alastair T. Gardiner. USA Air Force Consolidated B 24D Liberator, 42 72843
Photo ID: 154079
Starbord side nose art of 'Strawberry Bitch' on display in the WWII Gallery at the National Museum of the USAF. This B-24 saw action over North Africa in 1943-1944 with the 512th Bomb Squadron.
Photo ID 154078 by Alastair T. Gardiner. USA Air Force Consolidated B 24D Liberator, 42 72843
Photo ID: 154078
Port side nose art of 'Strawberry Bitch' on display in the WWII Gallery at the National Museum of the USAF. This B-24 saw action over North Africa in 1943-1944 with the 512th Bomb Squadron.
Photo ID 153862 by Alastair T. Gardiner. USA Army Air Force Douglas A 20G Havoc, 43 22200
Photo ID: 153862
This A-20 is in reality 43-22200 but is painted to represent 'Little Joe', a A-20 of the 5th AF, 312 BG/319th BS that flew 120 combat missions.
Photo ID 148751 by Rod Dermo. USA Air Force Boeing EC 135E Stratolifter 717 157, 60 0374
Photo ID: 148751
Closeup of the droop snout on this advanced range instrumentation aircraft (ARIA).Inside the nose is a seven foot antenna dish.
Photo ID 147940 by Alastair T. Gardiner. USA Air Force Boeing B 29 Superfortress, 44 27297
Photo ID: 147940
'Bockscar' dropped the Fat Man atomic bomb on Nagasaki on 9th Aug. 1945, three days after the atomic attack against Hiroshima. This B-29 is now on display at the National Museum of the USAF.
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