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63-8320 On display at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. This Thud was produced as an ‘F’ and served with 49 TFW in Germany. It flew as “Cooter” with 333 TFS, 355 TFW at Takhli RTAFB. It then moved to Korat RTAFB, after which it was modified to an F-105G and served as “Bam-Bam” with 561 TFS in 1972-73. It was one of the last twelve F-105Gs to leave Korat and the Vietnam War. Serving thereafter with 562 TFS, 35 TFW at George AFB, “Hanoi Hustler” had three large red stars under the cockpit representing three unconfirmed MiG kills claimed when handed over to the museum. The long QRC-380 ECM blister is visible under the wing. (more of 63-8320)
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VT-JTL Taxiing out for departure in the morning as 9W618 bound for Pune. (more of VT-JTL)
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HL8312 KE1805 from Daegu turning off the active on picturesque Jeju island. (more of HL8312)
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VT-JFY Taxiing out for departure to Bengaluru as 9W443 on an overcast morning. (more of VT-JFY)
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VT-JWW Oldest active A330 in the Jet Airways fleet taxiing out for departure to Delhi as 9W346 on an overcast morning. (more of VT-JWW)
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3B-SDA Used for tandem skydiving in north Mauritius. (more of 3B-SDA)
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VT-IHQ Former Jetstar Pacific A320 taxiing out for departure to Ahmedabad as 6E213 on an overcast morning. Aircraft of Jet Airways, SpiceJet and Air India follow down TWY N1. (more of VT-IHQ)
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A-1645 On display at Museum Pusat TNI-AU Dirgantara Mandala. Pres. Kennedy gifted three JetStars to Pres. Sukarno after his visit to the USA in 1961. They were named “Pancasila”, “Sapta Marga” and “Irian”, and replaced the Il-14 operated by Skadron Udara 17 in the VIP role. (more of A-1645)
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64-0829 On display at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. This Phantom is painted to represent “Scat XXVII”, the 8th TFW aircraft in which Col. Robin Olds flying as Tampa Lead on MiG CAP shot down two MiG-17s using a Sparrow and a Sidewinder near Bac Giang in northeast Vietnam on May 20, 1967. The left splitter vane carries two red stars. (more of 64-0829)
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On display at the Royal Thai Air Force Museum. This 212 formed part of the Royal Flight that was used by King Bhumibol Adulyadej.
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15392 On display in the Sea-Air Operations exhibition at the National Air and Space Museum. This Wildcat was built at Linden, New Jersey in 1943 and operated for only thirteen months with the Navy, mainly at Naval Air Station Norman, Oklahoma. It was placed in storage until its restoration by Grumman in 1975 for the NASM. (more of 15392)
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5F-YK On display at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. This Storch was used by the Flygvapnet, and then became a civilian aircraft. It is wearing the markings of Aufklaerungsgruppe 2.(H)/14 which was a reconnaissance unit supporting Panzerarmee Afrika, but does not wear the white fuselage theatre band for the Mediterranean. (more of 5F-YK)
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NC13347 On display at The Museum of Flight in vintage United Airlines colors after a 14-year restoration. (more of NC13347)
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VT-CMA Parked on the apron at Chennai, 12 days before Air Carnival ceased operations with this single aircraft. (more of VT-CMA)
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MM8146 On display at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. This Saetta carries the markings of Regia Aeronautica's 372 Squadriglia, 153� Gruppo. It was transferred to the 165 Squadriglia in North Africa in Nov. 1942 and captured at Benghazi airfield after the battle of El Alamein. (more of MM8146)
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52-2220 On display at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, this has been the largest U.S. military aircraft produced, with a wingspan of 70.1 metres. Only five of 384 Peacemakers built survive. This aircraft made the last B-36 flight from Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona to the museum on April 30, 1959. (more of 52-2220)
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82-1070 On display at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. This is a test aircraft intended for fatigue testing that lacks engines and instruments. An actual B-2, “Spirit of Ohio” underwent extensive temperature testing for heat, extreme cold, rain and high humidity. The nose gear panel from that aircraft was painted and signed “Fire and Ice” by the technicians, which was presented to the museum and installed on the B-2. (more of 82-1070)
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58-0325 On display at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. This Voodoo served with the 18th Fighter Interceptor Squadron and with the 142nd Fighter Interceptor Group. It was flown to the museum in Feb. 1981. (more of 58-0325)
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56-1416 On display at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. The F-102 was the USAF's first operational delta-wing aircraft, equipping more than 25 Air Defense Command squadrons. This Delta Dagger served with the 57th Fighter Interceptor Squadron in Iceland. (more of 56-1416)
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44-33879 On display at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. This former Brazilian Air Force Catalina has been painted as OV-10A “Snafu Snatchers”, assigned to the 2nd Emergency Rescue Squadron in the Pacific Theater during World War II. (more of 44-33879)
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64-15476 On display at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. Huey ‘492’ is painted to represent a 20th Special Operations Squadron “Green Hornets” helicopter that rescued a seven-man team of Green Berets on Nov. 26, 1968 in Vietnam. The pilot, 1st Lt. J. Fleming was awarded the Medal of Honor for the mission. (more of 64-15476)
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44-27297 On display at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. “Bockscar” was a Silverplate conversion, assigned to 393rd BS, 509th Composite Group. It dropped the Fat Man Plutonium atomic bomb on Nagasaki on Aug. 9, 1945 after finding Kokura, its primary target obscured in smoke. Short of fuel on the return leg, it made an emergency landing at Yontan airfield, Okinawa. (more of 44-27297)
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56-3837 On display at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. From traditional bombing, the two-seat F-100F developed into Iron Hand and Misty FAC roles. This F-100F was a Misty FAC assigned to the 416th TFS, 37th TFW at Phu Cat AB and was flown by two eventual Chiefs of Staff. (more of 56-3837)