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Douglas B-18A Bolo
Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB (Wright AFB) (DWF) (closed)
USA - Ohio, August 19, 2013
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37-0469 / R33 (cn 2469) A close up shot of the glass-nosed 'A' version Bolo. This example was stationed at Wright Field from 1939 to 1942 and acquired and restored by the National Museum of the USAF in 1971 to go on display as a B-18A serving with the 38th Reconnaissance Squadron in 1939.
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Photo ID: 2524735
Views: 241
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PSA - Pacific Southwest Airlines (Chino Warbirds)
Douglas C-47A Skytrain (DC-3)
Chino (CNO)
USA - California, July 24, 2013
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N47TF (cn 12317) This C-47 served with the USAAF as 42-92509 then passed to the as RAF KG320. Post-war she had a spell in Canada with TERRA Mining and Exploration as CF-BVF and Icarus Aviation as C-FBVF. She came to the Planes of Fame Museum in Jan. 2009 and is now positioned as a quasi-gate-guard welcoming visitors to this superb collection of aeroplanes.
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Photo ID: 2524413
Views: 337
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Northrop P-61C Black Widow
Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB (Wright AFB) (DWF) (closed)
USA - Ohio, August 19, 2013
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43-8353 (cn N1399) The heavily-armed P-61 was the first aircraft specifically designed by the US as a night-fighter. This Black Widow is on display at the National Museum of the USAF as 'Moonlight Seranade', a P-61B assigned to the 550th NFS serving in the Pacific in 1945.
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Photo ID: 2524412
Views: 287
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Curtiss P-36A Hawk
Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB (Wright AFB) (DWF) (closed)
USA - Ohio, August 19, 2013
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38-86 / 86/15P48 (cn 12415) This P-36 is in reality 38-0001, the very first P-36 from a total of 243 delivered to the Army Air Corps. It is now on display at the National Museum of the USAF and painted to represent the P-36A flown by Lt. Philip Rasmussen during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on 7th Dec. 1941. Under fire, Rasmussen managed to take-off, engage 11 Japanese fighters and shoot one down. For his actions, Lt. Rasmussen was awarded the Silver Star.
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Photo ID: 2524411
Views: 258
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Germany - Air Force
Messerschmitt Me-163B-1a Komet
Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB (Wright AFB) (DWF) (closed)
USA - Ohio, August 19, 2013
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191095 (cn 191095) Production Komets were not ready for operational use until July 1944 and only 279 had been delivered by the end of the war. The sole operational Komet group, JG 400, scored nine kills while losing 14 of its own aircraft. This example never flew and was most probably deliberately sabotaged by the French forced labourers that built it. The hulk was restored by the Canadian National Aviation Museum and acquired by the National Museum of the USAF for display in 1999.
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Photo ID: 2524410
Views: 204
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Interstate L-6 Grasshopper
Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB (Wright AFB) (DWF) (closed)
USA - Ohio, August 19, 2013
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43-2680 / 32680 When the US entered WWII, the USAAF contracted with Interstate for 250 S-1B aircraft, designating the prototype as the XO-63. It was the last aeroplane to use the 'O' (for observation) designation, later the production planes were re-designated L-6s. However, the aircraft had significant overheating problems that were only partially solved and had the dubious distinction that fewer L-6s were built than any other USAAF liaison/utility aircraft. This example is on display at the National Museum of the USAF.
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Photo ID: 2524409
Views: 373
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Germany - Air Force
Messerschmitt Me-262A-1A Schwalbe
Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB (Wright AFB) (DWF) (closed)
USA - Ohio, August 19, 2014
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501232 (cn 501232) This Me-262A is on display in the WWII Gallery at the National Museum of the USAF. It was brought to the US from Germany in July 1945 for flight evaluation. Subsequently restored by the 96th Mobile Maintenance Squadron, Kelly Air Force Base, TX in 1976-1979. It is painted without operational unit markings to represent an aircraft that has just left the production line.
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Photo ID: 2524408
Views: 336
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Germany - Air Force
Focke-Wulf Fw-190D-9
Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB (Wright AFB) (DWF) (closed)
USA - Ohio, August 19, 2014
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601088 (cn 601088) This Dora on display at the National Museum of the USAF was assigned to the JG3 "Udet" Geschwader, one of the Luftwaffe's most famous fighter units. The airframe was captured intact and brought to the United States for testing towards the end of WWII.
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Photo ID: 2524407
Views: 230
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North American P-51D Mustang
Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB (Wright AFB) (DWF) (closed)
USA - Ohio, August 19, 2013
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44-15174 / 52 (cn 122-41476) This P-51 was built at Inglewood, CA and TOC with the USAAF as 44-74936. Around Oct. 71 it was transferred to Wright Field and became part of the National Museum of the USAF. It is now on display as 44-15174 'Shimmy IV', flown by Col. C.L. Sluder, Commander of the 325th FG in Italy during 1944.
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Photo ID: 2524406
Views: 251
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Curtiss AT-9A Jeep
Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB (Wright AFB) (DWF) (closed)
USA - Ohio, August 19, 2013
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41-12150 / 909 (cn 362) The AT-9 advanced trainer was used to bridge the gap between single-engine trainers and twin-engine combat aircraft. The AT-9 was not easy to fly or land, making it particularly suitable for teaching new pilots to cope with the demanding flight characteristics of a new generation of high-performance, multi-engine aircraft such as the B-26 and P-38. This AT-9 at the National Museum of the USAF is one of only two examples that survive today.
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Photo ID: 2524405
Views: 329
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General Dynamics F-16A Fighting Falcon (401)
Tucson - Davis-Monthan AFB (Municipal) (DMA / KDMA)
USA - Arizona, March 18, 2014
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80-0557 / ED (cn 61-278) This Viper served previously with the 412th Test Wing at Edwards before being retired to AMARG during Aug. 2004 where it is stored with the PCN/Inventory No. AAFG0495.
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Photo ID: 2523671
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Canada - Air Force
Avro 683 Lancaster Mk.X
Ottawa - Rockcliffe (YRO / CYRO)
Canada - Ontario, September 20, 2014
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KB848 (cn 37149) This Lanc was built by Victory Aircraft Ltd at Malton, ON and arrived in England during Jan. 1945 to serve with 428 Squadron. Post-war she returned to Canada and was used for a while as a Firebee drone mothership before being scrapped. At least the nose has survived and is on display beside an elevated walkway so visitors can see inside the cockpit, at the Canada Aviation & Space Museum.
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