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Photos of All Aircraft, All Forces, All Locations, and Photographer: Alastair T. Gardiner
This Super Lynx was on static display at the super Ostblock Fly-In at Bienenfarm (EDOI).
This T-33A was previously preserved in a private garden in Oldendorf but was moved to the Luftfahrtmuseum Wernigerode sometime before/around mid-2019. 'TCB29' is its old AMARC inventory number.
Noseart within noseart, two for the price of one! This is actually a Jurca MJ-80 FW-190 replica and was to be found in Quax Hangar II at EDLP.
This C-47 was built at Oklahoma City and delivered to the USAAF in July 1944 and by March 1945 it had been assigned to 815th AAF Base Unit (Troop Carrier Combat Crew Training Station, TCC) at Malden AAF, Missouri. It then migrated around various bases and
This B-29 was built by Bell at Atlanta and delivered in August 1945. It was converted to a TB-29 and modified for radar evaluation in April 1950. It is now on display at the Strategic Air and Space Museum, acquiring this nose art after restoration.
This Sea King served from 1990 to 2000 with 814 NAS 'Flying Tigers' on HMS invincible. Finally retired and transferred to the IWM Duxford in 2010.
A thorough winter deep-clean for the old gal allowed a shot of the starboard nose art (Sally B is on the port side).
'Heavens Above' is on display at the San Diego Air and Space Museum Restoration Facility at Gillespie Field.
'Sally B' is pictured whilst in the hangar at Duxford undergoing some TLC over the winter.
'it's Hawg Wild' is on display in the American Air Museum exhibition at IWM Duxford.
This B-25 was originally 44-29939 with the USAAf but is now part of the super Mid-Atlantic Air Museum at Reading.
'Mission Completed' is on display at the Koninklijk Legermuseum/Belgique Musée Royal de l'Armée et d'Histoire Militaire. Although not subjected to a Marksman conversion, the museum found evidence of some On Mark modifications including wing tip tanks.
This EA-6 is now part of the Hickory Aviation Museum.
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.
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.
The illustrious, world speed record holder 'The Spirit of Atlantic City' served with the 119thFIS/177thFIW before retirement to AMARG during August 1988. In 1992 it was converted into a drone, flying as such until it re-entered the boneyard in 1998.
'Madame Queen' operated with the 380th Bomb Wing at Plattsburgh AFB, NY. After retirement it became part of the NMUSAF Loan Program and is now on display at the super Castle Air Museum.
This P-47 was TOC by the USAAF as 45-49205 and subsequently flew with the Fuerza Aerea del Peru as 547. It is now belong to the PSAM and is painted as 'Squirt VIII' 42-28473.
'Classy Chassy' is part of the NMUSAF Loan program and is now on display at the Air Mobility Command Museum at Dover AFB. The port and starboard versions of the noseart are handpainted and so each is very slightly different.
'Classy Chassy' is part of the NMUSAF Loan program and is now on display at the Air Mobility Command Museum at Dover AFB. The starboard and port versions of the noseart are handpainted and so each is very slightly different.
This old Stratotanker is on display at the super Castle Air Museum.
This Thud, named 'The Polish Glider', was flown in the Vietnam conflict by Donald Kutyna, a pilot of Polish orgin, operating with the 44th TFS/335th TFW from Takhli AB in Thailand.
This C-123 was TOC around 1955 and served until 1980 when it was retired to MASDC as CP051. The plane was saved from the boneyard when it became part of the NMUSAF Loan Program and is now on display as 'Hog Hauler'at the super Castle Air Museum.
This A-26 was built at Tulsa in 1944 and delivered to the USAAF as 44-35562. Post-war it was converted by On Mark into a demilitarised, executive transport Marketeer, acquiring this 'Sexy Sue' noseart along the way.