Aviation Photo #1633204: - - -


Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
  • Botterman Bram - AirTeamImages
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    Tucson - Davis-Monthan AFB (Municipal)
    Arizona
    USA
    December 5, 2009
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Photo ID
#1633204
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68,440
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Generic Type
Basic Type
Region
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Accepted
December 30, 2009
Width
1200px
Height
800px

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Comments (21)

Anonymous
6 years ago
Great Military Veterans!!! They served their duty to country very well!! A salute to these "birds" and to all those who served in them too!! Wow!! even a U-2!!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Impressive array of hardware.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Nice shot looks like the call of duty 6 mission
Anonymous
6 years ago
Interesting picture. I fail to locate the U-2 but still an impressive collection of aircraft.
Anonymous
6 years ago
The airplane that looks like a U-2 may be a B-57 Canberra, but the wing span (and shape) is still confusing...
Anonymous
6 years ago
The U-2 is on the bottom-right, behind the air2air-tankers ;)
Anonymous
6 years ago
Very impressive indeed---I think he means the B-57
Anonymous
6 years ago
WOW!, the C-5 looks gigantic comparedtotherestof the aircraft....and its not a U2, its a WB-57
Anonymous
6 years ago
I thnk has was meaning the streched wing cambera behind the KC135s
Anonymous
6 years ago
The U-2 is just behind the 2 KC-135 refuelers in the lower right corner! I love the photos of the boneyard!
Anonymous
6 years ago
There's a U2 (sans Bono) in the lower left>
Anonymous
6 years ago
Love this photo! The plane near lower left corner looks like a B-57 Canberra, not an U-2.
Anonymous
6 years ago
There are no U-2s at Davis Monthan. The plane you are refering to is an RB-56.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Nice shot. I think the U-2 that was initially referred to is a Canberra near the bottom left.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Very impressive to see these aircrafts together. The U-2 is in the right corner behind the KC-135s.
Anonymous
6 years ago
It's a either a WB-57 or a RB-57D, not a U-2.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Impressive, but also some thoughts of money spent the wrong way... the U2 is behind the KC-135 in the first row.
Anonymous
6 years ago
I like this photo. I didn't know that the Armed Forces had that many planes.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Can you imagine how much money has been thrown away in the desert just in this photo?! Oh God, and they are talking about economy crisis!!!
Anonymous
4 years ago
Oh my god, there's some A-4's. Now I'm gonna cry. Anyway very nice photo!
Anonymous
3 years ago
Heartbreaking to see all that go to waste! Do you think they're available for adoption? I'd love to take home one of the A-4's or T-38's, if only I had a place to park it. Love the way the angle and focal length emphasize the difference in size, particularly of the A-37's juxtaposed with the C-5's.