I must agree that the Dayton USAF
museum is very impressive. Been there several times and there is never enough time to take in all it has to offer. Where else can you see a XB-70 Valkyrie (nowhere, and I had lunch under its wing), a YF
-71 and their sister ships drone the D-21, an X-13 Vertijet, a Kestrel (predecessor to the Harrier), a B-2 test article, the F-117, Tacit Blue, an X-1B, X-3, X-4, X-5 X-15, X-29, a MiG 15 next to an F-86, an F-86 skinless to see the inner workings, an F-82 twin mustang, a B-58 Hustler, MiG 15 thru 21, the aforementioned B-36 with the Goblin, the F-84 designed to be parasite carried under a B-36, a B-1 and the F-15 that set the world time to altitude record (Streak Eagle), etc.? And that's just off the top of my head. It's truly an aviation enthusiasts wet dream.