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Photo ID: 2500674
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North American P-82B Twin Mustang
Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB (Wright AFB) (DWF) (closed)
USA - Ohio, August 18, 2013
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44-65162 / FQ-357 (cn 123-43748) Although named a 'Mustang' the F-82 has only a superficial stretched resemblance to a P-51 Mustang as it was, in fact, a totally new design and the last prop fighter to be ordered in numbers by the USAF. This F-82 on display at the National Museum of the USAF was built as a B-model but has been modified to a G- and painted as the aircraft flown by Lts. Charles Moran, pilot, and Fred Larkins, radar observer, 68th F(AW)S, when they shot down a North Korean La-7 on 27th June 1950 over Kimpo AB.
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Photo ID: 2500673
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Douglas A-26A Counter-Invader (B-26/JD)
Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB (Wright AFB) (DWF) (closed)
USA - Ohio, August 18, 2013
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64-17676 (cn 7309) The Counter Invader was a highly modified version of the Douglas A-26 Invader, a World War II attack bomber with a rebuilt fuselage and tail, strengthened wings, improved engines, reversible propellers, wing-tip fuel tanks and other refinements..
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Photo ID: 2500385
Views: 521
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Sikorsky YH-5A (S-48)
Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB (Wright AFB) (DWF) (closed)
USA - Ohio, August 18, 2014
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43-46620 I find it really fascinating to see these old helicopters/aeroplanes and to understand how the types in service today have evolved from them. The boom in helicopter development is particularly interesting as the rapid advances post-WWII quickly opened up possibilities that couldn't be contemplated previously. The improved capabilities of the H-5 became extremely useful during the Korean War for the rescue timely rescue of downed pilots and for Medivac missions.
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Photo ID: 2500384
Views: 367
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De Havilland Canada U-6A Beaver (DHC-2)
Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB (Wright AFB) (DWF) (closed)
USA - Ohio, August 18, 2013
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51-16501 (cn 277) It is no exageration to say that the modest and unassuming DHC-2 is one aircraft type that deserves to be labelled as 'great'. The USAF flew more than 200 of the military U-6 variant for Medivac, courier service, passenger transport, light cargo, reconnaissance, rescue and aerial photography missions, the type even saw service in both the Korean and Southeast Asia Wars. This example is now on display at the National Museum of the USAF.
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Photo ID: 2500029
Views: 373
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LTV A-7D Corsair II
Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB (Wright AFB) (DWF) (closed)
USA - Ohio, August 18, 2013
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70-0970 / MB (cn D-116) This A-7 was flown on 18th Nov. 1972 by Maj. Colin A. Clarke on a nine-hour rescue support mission in SE Asia for which he received the Air Force Cross. This aircraft arrived at the National Museum of the USAF for display in 1992. The Skywarrior in the background is one of the few regrets about my visit to NMUSAF as I just couldn't get a shot of it that I was happy with.
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Photo ID: 2500028
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Rockwell B-1B Lancer
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USA - Ohio, August 18, 2013
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84-0051 / DY (cn 11) It was such a thrill to walk amongst all these magnificent, iconic aeroplanes and the mightily impressive B-1 is right up at the top of the list. This Bone served previously with the 7th Bomb Wing at Dyess and is a Operation Desert Fox combat veteran but was retired to the museum during Sept. 2002.
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Photo ID: 2499977
Views: 316
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Beech QU-22B (1079)
Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB (Wright AFB) (DWF) (closed)
USA - Ohio, August 18, 2013
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69-7699 (cn EB-7) The QU-22B was to be an unmanned airborne relay for the Igloo White operation during the Southeast Asia War. Igloo White placed and monitored sensors to detect traffic along the Ho Chi Minh Trail. Due to equipment reliability problems all operational flights carried a pilot and the system worked well but, due to the loss of several aircraft, the QU-22 program was cancelled in 1972 and this aircraft went on display at the National Museum of the USAF in 2002.
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Photo ID: 2499911
Views: 297
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North American T-6D Mosquito
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USA - Ohio, August 18, 2013
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42-84216 / TA-216 (cn 88-15997) The T-6 made its name as a trainer but was rapidly pressed into service at the start of the Korean War in the role of a forward air controller (FAC). The FAC T-6D 'Mosquito' version performed well but was retired by the USAF as single props were thought to be unsuitable for these missions in the jet-age, a decision that was quickly reversed in Vietnam. This Mosquito flew with the 6147th Tactical Air Control Group in the Korean War and was eventually acquired by the National Museum of the USAF in 1995.
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Photo ID: 2499785
Views: 373
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Lockheed C-60A Lodestar (L-18)
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USA - Ohio, August 18, 2013
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43-16445 (cn 18-2605) The C-60 was the most numerous of the Lodestar variants operated by the USAF. This example was TOC by the USAAF in 1943 but went to the French post-war and served in Algiers as F-BAMA. It returned to the US around the mid-fifties and flew with various private owners (last reg. as XA-SEX) before arriving at the National Museum of the USAF for preservation and display.
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Photo ID: 2499772
Views: 2017
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McDonnell Douglas YC-17A Globemaster III
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USA - Ohio, August 18, 2013
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87-0025 / ED (cn F-2/T-1) This is the prototype C-17 and made her first flight on 15th Sept. 1991 flying from Long Beach to Edwards AFB, CA. After completing the test program for the Globemaster III she then became a testbed for the USAF, NASA and other flight-test agencies, as well as finding time to appear in quite a few blockbuster movies. She was retired at Edwards during 2011 and flown the following year to the National Museum of the USAF for display.
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Photo ID: 2499771
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Northrop Grumman B-2A Spirit
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USA - Ohio, August 18, 2014
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82-1070 / WM This is not the original 82-1070 'Spirit of Ohio', rather one of two additional aircraft Northrop constructed without engines or instruments for fatigue testing. This example was used for stress testing on the airframe (it was discovered that the wings could withstand 161% of the design specs stress load before cracking) before being retired to the National Museum of the USAF for display.
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Photo ID: 2493444
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Fairchild UC-123K Provider
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USA - Ohio, August 18, 2013
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56-4362 (cn 20246) This Provider on display at the National Museum of the USAF was accepted by the USAF in 1957 and saw extensive service in Vietnam as a 'Ranch Hand' sprayer (possibly the most ill-conceived and reckless program ever devised by the USAF). The aircraft took almost 600 hits in combat so was named 'Patches' for the damage repairs that covered it. In addition, seven of its crew received the Purple Heart for wounds received in the line of duty.
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Photo ID: 2493443
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McDonnell F-4C Phantom II
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USA - Ohio, August 18, 2013
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64-0829 / FG (cn 1169) This F-4 scored its two MiG kills on May 20, 1967 over SE Asia and has certainly earned her retirement at the National Museum of the USAF.
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Photo ID: 2493442
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Lockheed C-141C Starlifter (L-300)
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USA - Ohio, August 18, 2013
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66-0177 (cn 300-6203) Surely the most famous all the C-141s that served with the USAF, 'Hanoi Taxi' is on display at the National Museum of the USAF. With the exception of a Red Cross this is the scheme she wore for the two flights to Hanoi in 1973 to rescue POWs.
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Photo ID: 2493441
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North American Rockwell OV-10A Bronco
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USA - Ohio, August 18, 2013
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68-3787 (cn 321-113) This extremely versatile aircraft flew a variety of missions iincluding observation, helicopter escort, armed reconnaissance, utility/cargo, Medivac and limited ground attack, however, it was as a FAC aircraft for the USAF in SE Asia that it really came into its own. This Bronco came to the National Museum of the USAF in 1991 and wears its original SE Asia markings.
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