Aviation Photo #1073450: Lockheed C-5A Galaxy (L-500) - USA - Air Force


Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
  • Jim Newton
    USA - Air Force
    Lockheed C-5A Galaxy (L-500)
    Lockheed C-5 Galaxy
    Lockheed C-5 Galaxy
    Lockheed
    **-****
    Tucson - Davis-Monthan AFB (Municipal)
    Arizona
    USA
    May 1, 2006
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#1073450
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July 11, 2006
Caption
The 13 C-5A Galaxies are beginning to be dismanteld.
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683px

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Comments (15)

Anonymous
10 years ago
Just incredible. more aircrafts than the entire air force of many countries
Anonymous
10 years ago
Wow...scary pic!!It projects such an eerie and majestic aura.
Anonymous
10 years ago
A risky parking
Anonymous
10 years ago
Lost in airport
Anonymous
10 years ago
The aircraft types I can make out are: C5, F4, F5, F16(wingless?), F14, F15, F18, 732, B1B, B52, and F111.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Great pic. on how he got a bunch of military planes in just one area wonder if the planes feel lonely lol.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Its amazing!!! great job!!! :)
Anonymous
10 years ago
Incredible, but a very sad sight knowing that these aircraft are not being used except as spare parts...
Anonymous
10 years ago
I think there're a couple T-38 Talons around the bottom left of the picture ^^ Anyways cool pic!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Nice
Anonymous
8 years ago
In the upper right portion of the photo are B-1's and a few b-52's still at davis monthan, also they are either f-14's or f-15's directly in front of the C-5;s
Anonymous
8 years ago
That's a lot of metal. What a shame :-(
CB ~
Anonymous
6 years ago
Nice perspective of the boneyard . . . might be a coupla coyotes (and mice) too, seen 'em there before. Wonder why the tail-wings are off?
Anonymous
6 years ago
Wow...so sad to see all of these great models just "there" wasting away at the hands of Father Time and Mother Nature.
Anonymous
5 years ago
I'd take one...