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Photo ID: 2409891
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Sikorsky HH-34J Choctaw (S-58A)
Off-Airport - Pearl Harbor
USA - Hawaii, January 15, 2014
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54-8963 (cn 58-1366) Shown here in Air Force colors, the helicopter was originally acquired by the Navy (BuNo 149863) and later salvaged from the Boneyard for use in Air Force rescue missions.
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Photo ID: 2408222
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Lockheed F-104A Starfighter
Off-Airport - Pearl Harbor
USA - Hawaii, January 15, 2014
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56-0817 / FG-817 (cn 183-1105) As of May 2013 this starfighter was moved from Robin AFB to the Aviation Museum at Pearl Harbor. It was also used in the filming of "I Dream of Jeannie"
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Aeronca 65TC Tandem
Off-Airport - Pearl Harbor
USA - Hawaii, October 7, 2000
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NC33768 (cn 9391T) Aloft durring attack on Pearl Harbor. On the morning of December 7, 1941 Roy Vitousek and his son Martin rented this Aeronca 65TC from Gambo Flying Service for a sightseeing trip. On their return to Oahu they encountered Japanese aircaft and quickly realized Pearl Harbor was under attack. Falling in behind an incoming Japanese attack group and momentarily safe, they were soon spotted and hit by machine-gun fire from "Kate" bombers. Miraculously they managed to esacape without serious damage.
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