268 results found
Registration / Serial:NC42050
Aircraft Original Type:Piper J-3 Cub
Aircraft Generic Type:Piper J-3 Cub (L-4/NE)
Aircraft Version:Piper J-3C-65 Cub
C/n (msn):8570
Operator / Titles:Civil Air Patrol
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:6 August 2009
Photo by:Bob ThomasContact
Photo ID:380325Submit Correction
View count: 36
Originally built for USAAF as L-4A 42-36446. Donated to the USAF Museum in 1971 by Greene County Composite Squadron, Civil Air Patrol, of Xenia, Ohio. It is on display in the Cold War Gallery section of the museum.
Registration / Serial:NC42050
Aircraft Version:Piper J-3C-65 Cub
C/n (msn):8570
Operator / Titles:Civil Air Patrol
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:6 August 2009
Photo by:Bob ThomasContact
Registration / Serial:NC42050
Aircraft Original Type:Piper J-3 Cub
Aircraft Generic Type:Piper J-3 Cub (L-4/NE)
Aircraft Version:Piper J-3C-65 Cub
C/n (msn):8570
Operator / Titles:Civil Air Patrol
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:6 August 2009
Photo by:Bob ThomasContact
Photo ID:380325Submit Correction
View count: 36
Originally built for USAAF as L-4A 42-36446. Donated to the USAF Museum in 1971 by Greene County Composite Squadron, Civil Air Patrol, of Xenia, Ohio. It is on display in the Cold War Gallery section of the museum.
Registration / Serial:NC42050
Aircraft Version:Piper J-3C-65 Cub
C/n (msn):8570
Operator / Titles:Civil Air Patrol
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:6 August 2009
Photo by:Bob ThomasContact
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:7 August 2009
Photo by:Bob ThomasContact
Photo ID:380165Submit Correction
View count: 142
This is the fuselage of the second of two XF-90 a/c built. After two years of flight testing it was retired to the Nevada Test Site. There, it was subjected to three atomic bomb tests in 1952. Recovered by the USAF Museum, part of the decontamination process included removing all rivets in order to purge radioactive sand particles. The XF-90 is located in the restoration hangar and is not on display.
Registration / Serial:46-688
Aircraft Version:Lockheed XF-90
C/n (msn):090-1002
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:7 August 2009
Photo by:Bob ThomasContact
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:7 August 2009
Photo by:Bob ThomasContact
Photo ID:380165Submit Correction
View count: 142
This is the fuselage of the second of two XF-90 a/c built. After two years of flight testing it was retired to the Nevada Test Site. There, it was subjected to three atomic bomb tests in 1952. Recovered by the USAF Museum, part of the decontamination process included removing all rivets in order to purge radioactive sand particles. The XF-90 is located in the restoration hangar and is not on display.
Registration / Serial:46-688
Aircraft Version:Lockheed XF-90
C/n (msn):090-1002
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:7 August 2009
Photo by:Bob ThomasContact
Registration / Serial:N16817
Alternate Registration:NC16817
Aircraft Original Type:Fairchild 24
Aircraft Generic Type:Fairchild 24 (C-61 Forwarder/Argus)
Aircraft Version:Fairchild 24 C8F
C/n (msn):3118
Operator / Titles:Civil Air Patrol
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:6 August 2009
Photo by:Bob ThomasContact
Photo ID:380162Submit Correction
View count: 62
NC16817 is on display at the USAF Museum in the WW2 gallery. This a/c served during the war at CAP Coastal Base 2, Rehoboth, Delaware and has been restored with the markings it wore then.
Registration / Serial:N16817
Alternate Registration:NC16817
Aircraft Version:Fairchild 24 C8F
C/n (msn):3118
Operator / Titles:Civil Air Patrol
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:6 August 2009
Photo by:Bob ThomasContact
Registration / Serial:N16817
Alternate Registration:NC16817
Aircraft Original Type:Fairchild 24
Aircraft Generic Type:Fairchild 24 (C-61 Forwarder/Argus)
Aircraft Version:Fairchild 24 C8F
C/n (msn):3118
Operator / Titles:Civil Air Patrol
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:6 August 2009
Photo by:Bob ThomasContact
Photo ID:380162Submit Correction
View count: 62
NC16817 is on display at the USAF Museum in the WW2 gallery. This a/c served during the war at CAP Coastal Base 2, Rehoboth, Delaware and has been restored with the markings it wore then.
Registration / Serial:N16817
Alternate Registration:NC16817
Aircraft Version:Fairchild 24 C8F
C/n (msn):3118
Operator / Titles:Civil Air Patrol
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:6 August 2009
Photo by:Bob ThomasContact
Registration / Serial:44-61509
Alternate Serial:461509
Aircraft Original Type:Douglas B-43 Jetmaster
Aircraft Generic Type:Douglas B-43 Jetmaster
Aircraft Version:Douglas YB-43 Jetmaster
C/n (msn):[ 44-61509 ]
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
Aircraft Name:Versitile II
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:13 August 2010
Photo by:Bob ThomasContact
Photo ID:380141Submit Correction
View count: 65
The XB-43 was a pure jet version of the XB-42. This a/c was the second of two built, and was designated YB-43. It first flew on 15 May 1947. Given the name "Versitile II by the ground crew, it spent its time being used as a test bed a/c with one General Electric J35 engine replaced with a J47 jet engine undergoing flight testing. Retired in 1953, it was donated to the Smithsonian Museum in 1954. In 2010 it was transferred to the USAF Museum and is currently in the restoration hangar and not on display.
Registration / Serial:44-61509
Alternate Serial:461509
Aircraft Version:Douglas YB-43 Jetmaster
C/n (msn):[ 44-61509 ]
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:13 August 2010
Photo by:Bob ThomasContact
Registration / Serial:44-61509
Alternate Serial:461509
Aircraft Original Type:Douglas B-43 Jetmaster
Aircraft Generic Type:Douglas B-43 Jetmaster
Aircraft Version:Douglas YB-43 Jetmaster
C/n (msn):[ 44-61509 ]
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
Aircraft Name:Versitile II
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:13 August 2010
Photo by:Bob ThomasContact
Photo ID:380141Submit Correction
View count: 65
The XB-43 was a pure jet version of the XB-42. This a/c was the second of two built, and was designated YB-43. It first flew on 15 May 1947. Given the name "Versitile II by the ground crew, it spent its time being used as a test bed a/c with one General Electric J35 engine replaced with a J47 jet engine undergoing flight testing. Retired in 1953, it was donated to the Smithsonian Museum in 1954. In 2010 it was transferred to the USAF Museum and is currently in the restoration hangar and not on display.
Registration / Serial:44-61509
Alternate Serial:461509
Aircraft Version:Douglas YB-43 Jetmaster
C/n (msn):[ 44-61509 ]
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:13 August 2010
Photo by:Bob ThomasContact
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:13 August 2010
Photo by:Bob ThomasContact
Photo ID:380127Submit Correction
View count: 191
This was the first of two XB-42 "Mixmaster" a/c built. It first flew on 6 May 1944. The design showed great promise, but the end of WW2 saw the USAAF looking for jet powered designs and XB-42 didn't go into production. In 1946 it was modified with a Westinghouse 19XB-2A podded turbojet under each wing, hence the "A" designation. It was donated to the Smithsonian Museum in 1949, never displayed, and transferred to the USAF Museum in 2010. It is located in the restoration hangar and not on display.
Registration / Serial:43-50224
Aircraft Version:Douglas XB-42A
C/n (msn):27224
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:13 August 2010
Photo by:Bob ThomasContact
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:13 August 2010
Photo by:Bob ThomasContact
Photo ID:380127Submit Correction
View count: 191
This was the first of two XB-42 "Mixmaster" a/c built. It first flew on 6 May 1944. The design showed great promise, but the end of WW2 saw the USAAF looking for jet powered designs and XB-42 didn't go into production. In 1946 it was modified with a Westinghouse 19XB-2A podded turbojet under each wing, hence the "A" designation. It was donated to the Smithsonian Museum in 1949, never displayed, and transferred to the USAF Museum in 2010. It is located in the restoration hangar and not on display.
Registration / Serial:43-50224
Aircraft Version:Douglas XB-42A
C/n (msn):27224
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:13 August 2010
Photo by:Bob ThomasContact
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:7 August 2009
Photo by:Bob ThomasContact
Photo ID:380119Submit Correction
View count: 53
The X-32A was Boeing's prototype entry in the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) competition. The other entry was the Lockheed X-35. The X-35 won, and now is in production as the F-35 Lightning II. The X-32A was retired to the USAF Museum in 2005. The a/c is in the restoration hangar and not currently on display. The X-32A was not assigned a USAF serial number nor was it marked as a USAF a/c as it was owned by Boeing.
Registration / Serial:No Reg
Aircraft Version:Boeing X-32A
C/n (msn):Not known
Operator / Titles:Boeing
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:7 August 2009
Photo by:Bob ThomasContact
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:7 August 2009
Photo by:Bob ThomasContact
Photo ID:380119Submit Correction
View count: 53
The X-32A was Boeing's prototype entry in the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) competition. The other entry was the Lockheed X-35. The X-35 won, and now is in production as the F-35 Lightning II. The X-32A was retired to the USAF Museum in 2005. The a/c is in the restoration hangar and not currently on display. The X-32A was not assigned a USAF serial number nor was it marked as a USAF a/c as it was owned by Boeing.
Registration / Serial:No Reg
Aircraft Version:Boeing X-32A
C/n (msn):Not known
Operator / Titles:Boeing
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:7 August 2009
Photo by:Bob ThomasContact
Registration / Serial:134600
Aircraft Original Type:Douglas A-1 Skyraider (AD)
Aircraft Generic Type:Douglas A-1 Skyraider (AD)
Aircraft Version:Douglas A-1H Skyraider
C/n (msn):9829
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:19 April 2013
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Photo ID:376162Submit Correction
View count: 101
Ca. 1956: TOS USN as AD-6. 7/62: Redesignated A-1H. 4/65: TOS SVNAF. Shipped by USNS Core (CVE-13), arriving in Saigon 17 Jun 1965 and assigned to 514th Fighter Squadron, Bien Hoa, Vietnam. Unknown date: 520th Fighter Squadron. 30 Nov 1974: Last cited on SVNAF inventory. Aircraft remained in Vietnam until at least 1992. 1997: U.S. Army Center, Military History Branch; transported to AMARG, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. 8/99: USAF Museum, but remained at AMARG. Ca.2010: Transported to NUMSAF. By 2011: Restoration started.
Registration / Serial:134600
Aircraft Version:Douglas A-1H Skyraider
C/n (msn):9829
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:19 April 2013
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Registration / Serial:134600
Aircraft Original Type:Douglas A-1 Skyraider (AD)
Aircraft Generic Type:Douglas A-1 Skyraider (AD)
Aircraft Version:Douglas A-1H Skyraider
C/n (msn):9829
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:19 April 2013
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Photo ID:376162Submit Correction
View count: 101
Ca. 1956: TOS USN as AD-6. 7/62: Redesignated A-1H. 4/65: TOS SVNAF. Shipped by USNS Core (CVE-13), arriving in Saigon 17 Jun 1965 and assigned to 514th Fighter Squadron, Bien Hoa, Vietnam. Unknown date: 520th Fighter Squadron. 30 Nov 1974: Last cited on SVNAF inventory. Aircraft remained in Vietnam until at least 1992. 1997: U.S. Army Center, Military History Branch; transported to AMARG, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. 8/99: USAF Museum, but remained at AMARG. Ca.2010: Transported to NUMSAF. By 2011: Restoration started.
Registration / Serial:134600
Aircraft Version:Douglas A-1H Skyraider
C/n (msn):9829
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:19 April 2013
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Registration / Serial:52-132649
Alternate Serial:132649
Other Marks:2
Aircraft Original Type:Douglas A-1 Skyraider (AD)
Aircraft Generic Type:Douglas A-1 Skyraider (AD)
Aircraft Version:Douglas A-1E Skyraider
C/n (msn):9506
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:6 May 2008
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Photo ID:376106Submit Correction
View count: 53
Ca.1953: TOS USN as AD-5. Ca.1960: Stored Litchfield Park, AZ. 1962: Redesignated A-1E. 6/63: TOS USAF as 52-132649 and assigned to 1st Air Commando Sqdn, Bien Hoa AB, Vietnam. 21 Mar '65: Hit by ground fire and crashed; it caught fire and both crew killed. Retrieved by CH-54 and taken to Tan Son Nhut AFB for repair. 10 Mar '66: Maj. Bernard Fisher rescued a downed airman, for which he received the Medal of Honor. 4/66: 14th Air Commando Wing, Nha Trang. 3/67: 14th ACW returned to Pleiku. 4/67: 4410th Combat Crew Training Wing, Pleiku. 9/67: Hurlburt Field, FL; flown to NMUSAF.
Registration / Serial:52-132649
Alternate Serial:132649
Aircraft Version:Douglas A-1E Skyraider
C/n (msn):9506
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:6 May 2008
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Registration / Serial:52-132649
Alternate Serial:132649
Other Marks:2
Aircraft Original Type:Douglas A-1 Skyraider (AD)
Aircraft Generic Type:Douglas A-1 Skyraider (AD)
Aircraft Version:Douglas A-1E Skyraider
C/n (msn):9506
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:6 May 2008
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Photo ID:376106Submit Correction
View count: 53
Ca.1953: TOS USN as AD-5. Ca.1960: Stored Litchfield Park, AZ. 1962: Redesignated A-1E. 6/63: TOS USAF as 52-132649 and assigned to 1st Air Commando Sqdn, Bien Hoa AB, Vietnam. 21 Mar '65: Hit by ground fire and crashed; it caught fire and both crew killed. Retrieved by CH-54 and taken to Tan Son Nhut AFB for repair. 10 Mar '66: Maj. Bernard Fisher rescued a downed airman, for which he received the Medal of Honor. 4/66: 14th Air Commando Wing, Nha Trang. 3/67: 14th ACW returned to Pleiku. 4/67: 4410th Combat Crew Training Wing, Pleiku. 9/67: Hurlburt Field, FL; flown to NMUSAF.
Registration / Serial:52-132649
Alternate Serial:132649
Aircraft Version:Douglas A-1E Skyraider
C/n (msn):9506
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:6 May 2008
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Registration / Serial:42-83665
Alternate Serial:83665
Other Marks:BE
Aircraft Original Type:North American P-51 Mustang
Aircraft Generic Type:North American P-51 Mustang
Aircraft Version:North American A-36A Apache
C/n (msn):97-15883
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
Aircraft Name:Margie H
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:16 May 2018
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Photo ID:375713Submit Correction
View count: 56
28 Oct '42: TOS USAAF. By 8/43: HQ Squadron, FSEF Training Group at Eglin Field, FL. By 1/44: HQ Squadron, 1st SEG Training Group. 2/45: RFC, Cincinnati, OH. 1946 to 1949: Registered NX39502, owners used it for racing. Ca.1950: Registered as N39502. 1952: Stored iat Council Bluffs, IA, where it ended up being dismantled and stripped. 1954: Walter H. Erickson, Minneapolis, MN and trucked from Council Bluffs. 1963: Charles P. Doyle, Rosemount, MN; partially restored it before donating it to the Air Force Museum in 1971. 1973: Restored by the Minnesota ANG.
Registration / Serial:42-83665
Alternate Serial:83665
Aircraft Version:North American A-36A Apache
C/n (msn):97-15883
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:16 May 2018
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Registration / Serial:42-83665
Alternate Serial:83665
Other Marks:BE
Aircraft Original Type:North American P-51 Mustang
Aircraft Generic Type:North American P-51 Mustang
Aircraft Version:North American A-36A Apache
C/n (msn):97-15883
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
Aircraft Name:Margie H
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:16 May 2018
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Photo ID:375713Submit Correction
View count: 56
28 Oct '42: TOS USAAF. By 8/43: HQ Squadron, FSEF Training Group at Eglin Field, FL. By 1/44: HQ Squadron, 1st SEG Training Group. 2/45: RFC, Cincinnati, OH. 1946 to 1949: Registered NX39502, owners used it for racing. Ca.1950: Registered as N39502. 1952: Stored iat Council Bluffs, IA, where it ended up being dismantled and stripped. 1954: Walter H. Erickson, Minneapolis, MN and trucked from Council Bluffs. 1963: Charles P. Doyle, Rosemount, MN; partially restored it before donating it to the Air Force Museum in 1971. 1973: Restored by the Minnesota ANG.
Registration / Serial:42-83665
Alternate Serial:83665
Aircraft Version:North American A-36A Apache
C/n (msn):97-15883
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:16 May 2018
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Registration / Serial:64-17676
Alternate Serial:17676
Aircraft Original Type:Douglas A-26 Invader
Aircraft Generic Type:Douglas A-26 Invader (B-26/JD)
Aircraft Version:On Mark A-26A Counter Invader (B-26K)
Manufacturers:Douglas / On Mark
C/n (msn):7309
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:19 April 2013
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Photo ID:375613Submit Correction
View count: 66
1942: TOS USAAF as A-26B s/n 41-39596. 6/48: Redesignated as B-26B. Served throughout the 1950s with Air National Guard. Feb & Mar 1965: Remanufactured as B-26K. 23 March 1965 TOS USAF with s/n 64-17676, and assigned to the 1st Air Commando Wing at England AFB, LA.. Redesignated as A-26A and deployed to Nakhon Phanom Royal Thai AFB for combat over Vietnam. 10/69: Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. 1971: Registered c/r N268G. 1977: Air Spray, Edmonton, as C-GXTF. 7/78: Arthur W. McDonnell, Mojave, CA. registered as N22939 and flew the plane in air races as "The Mojave Kid." 11/80: Ferried to NMUSAF
Registration / Serial:64-17676
Alternate Serial:17676
Aircraft Version:On Mark A-26A Counter Invader (B-26K)
C/n (msn):7309
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:19 April 2013
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Registration / Serial:64-17676
Alternate Serial:17676
Aircraft Original Type:Douglas A-26 Invader
Aircraft Generic Type:Douglas A-26 Invader (B-26/JD)
Aircraft Version:On Mark A-26A Counter Invader (B-26K)
Manufacturers:Douglas / On Mark
C/n (msn):7309
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:19 April 2013
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Photo ID:375613Submit Correction
View count: 66
1942: TOS USAAF as A-26B s/n 41-39596. 6/48: Redesignated as B-26B. Served throughout the 1950s with Air National Guard. Feb & Mar 1965: Remanufactured as B-26K. 23 March 1965 TOS USAF with s/n 64-17676, and assigned to the 1st Air Commando Wing at England AFB, LA.. Redesignated as A-26A and deployed to Nakhon Phanom Royal Thai AFB for combat over Vietnam. 10/69: Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. 1971: Registered c/r N268G. 1977: Air Spray, Edmonton, as C-GXTF. 7/78: Arthur W. McDonnell, Mojave, CA. registered as N22939 and flew the plane in air races as "The Mojave Kid." 11/80: Ferried to NMUSAF
Registration / Serial:64-17676
Alternate Serial:17676
Aircraft Version:On Mark A-26A Counter Invader (B-26K)
C/n (msn):7309
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:19 April 2013
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Registration / Serial:64-17676
Alternate Serial:17676
Aircraft Original Type:Douglas A-26 Invader
Aircraft Generic Type:Douglas A-26 Invader (B-26/JD)
Aircraft Version:On Mark A-26A Counter Invader (B-26K)
Manufacturers:Douglas / On Mark
C/n (msn):7309
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:6 May 2008
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Photo ID:375580Submit Correction
View count: 53
1942: TOS USAAF as A-26B s/n 41-39596. 6/48: Redesignated as B-26B. Served throughout the 1950s with Air National Guard. Feb & Mar 1965: Remanufactured as B-26K. 23 March 1965 TOS USAF with s/n 64-17676, and assigned to the 1st Air Commando Wing at England AFB, LA.. Redesignated as A-26A and deployed to Nakhon Phanom Royal Thai AFB for combat over Vietnam. 10/69: Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. 1971: Registered c/r N268G. 1977: Air Spray, Edmonton, as C-GXTF. 7/78: Arthur W. McDonnell, Mojave, CA. registered as N22939 and flew the plane in air races as "The Mojave Kid." 11/80: Ferried to NMUSAF
Registration / Serial:64-17676
Alternate Serial:17676
Aircraft Version:On Mark A-26A Counter Invader (B-26K)
C/n (msn):7309
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:6 May 2008
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Registration / Serial:64-17676
Alternate Serial:17676
Aircraft Original Type:Douglas A-26 Invader
Aircraft Generic Type:Douglas A-26 Invader (B-26/JD)
Aircraft Version:On Mark A-26A Counter Invader (B-26K)
Manufacturers:Douglas / On Mark
C/n (msn):7309
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:6 May 2008
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Photo ID:375580Submit Correction
View count: 53
1942: TOS USAAF as A-26B s/n 41-39596. 6/48: Redesignated as B-26B. Served throughout the 1950s with Air National Guard. Feb & Mar 1965: Remanufactured as B-26K. 23 March 1965 TOS USAF with s/n 64-17676, and assigned to the 1st Air Commando Wing at England AFB, LA.. Redesignated as A-26A and deployed to Nakhon Phanom Royal Thai AFB for combat over Vietnam. 10/69: Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. 1971: Registered c/r N268G. 1977: Air Spray, Edmonton, as C-GXTF. 7/78: Arthur W. McDonnell, Mojave, CA. registered as N22939 and flew the plane in air races as "The Mojave Kid." 11/80: Ferried to NMUSAF
Registration / Serial:64-17676
Alternate Serial:17676
Aircraft Version:On Mark A-26A Counter Invader (B-26K)
C/n (msn):7309
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:6 May 2008
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Registration / Serial:44-35733
Aircraft Original Type:Douglas A-26 Invader
Aircraft Generic Type:Douglas A-26 Invader (B-26/JD)
Aircraft Version:Douglas B-26C Invader
C/n (msn):29012
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
Aircraft Name:Dream Girl
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:6 May 2008
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Photo ID:374181Submit Correction
View count: 62
1945: TOS USAAF as A-26C. June 1948: Redesignated B-26C. By 1950: 122nd Tactical Bomb Sqdn, Louisiana ANG, New Orleans. Ca.1951: 34th Bomb Sqdn, 17th Bomb Wing, Pusan West (K-9) Air Base, South Korea. Next two years flying night intruder missions, one where it took heavy damage to plexiglass near nose and a new #1 engine and prop. 1953: Returned to the 122nd Bomb Squadron. Sep 1957: Flown to the Air Force Museum at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. 17 Oct 70: Towed to new facility at Wright Field.
Registration / Serial:44-35733
Aircraft Version:Douglas B-26C Invader
C/n (msn):29012
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:6 May 2008
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Registration / Serial:44-35733
Aircraft Original Type:Douglas A-26 Invader
Aircraft Generic Type:Douglas A-26 Invader (B-26/JD)
Aircraft Version:Douglas B-26C Invader
C/n (msn):29012
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
Aircraft Name:Dream Girl
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:6 May 2008
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Photo ID:374181Submit Correction
View count: 62
1945: TOS USAAF as A-26C. June 1948: Redesignated B-26C. By 1950: 122nd Tactical Bomb Sqdn, Louisiana ANG, New Orleans. Ca.1951: 34th Bomb Sqdn, 17th Bomb Wing, Pusan West (K-9) Air Base, South Korea. Next two years flying night intruder missions, one where it took heavy damage to plexiglass near nose and a new #1 engine and prop. 1953: Returned to the 122nd Bomb Squadron. Sep 1957: Flown to the Air Force Museum at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. 17 Oct 70: Towed to new facility at Wright Field.
Registration / Serial:44-35733
Aircraft Version:Douglas B-26C Invader
C/n (msn):29012
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:6 May 2008
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Registration / Serial:44-35733
Aircraft Original Type:Douglas A-26 Invader
Aircraft Generic Type:Douglas A-26 Invader (B-26/JD)
Aircraft Version:Douglas B-26C Invader
C/n (msn):29012
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
Aircraft Name:Dream Girl
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:6 May 2008
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Photo ID:374180Submit Correction
View count: 34
1945: TOS USAAF as A-26C. June 1948: Redesignated B-26C. By 1950: 122nd Tactical Bomb Sqdn, Louisiana ANG, New Orleans. Ca.1951: 34th Bomb Sqdn, 17th Bomb Wing, Pusan West (K-9) Air Base, South Korea. Next two years flying night intruder missions, one where it took heavy damage to plexiglass near nose and a new #1 engine and prop. 1953: Returned to the 122nd Bomb Squadron. Sep 1957: Flown to the Air Force Museum at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. 17 Oct 70: Towed to new facility at Wright Field.
Registration / Serial:44-35733
Aircraft Version:Douglas B-26C Invader
C/n (msn):29012
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:6 May 2008
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Registration / Serial:44-35733
Aircraft Original Type:Douglas A-26 Invader
Aircraft Generic Type:Douglas A-26 Invader (B-26/JD)
Aircraft Version:Douglas B-26C Invader
C/n (msn):29012
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
Aircraft Name:Dream Girl
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:6 May 2008
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Photo ID:374180Submit Correction
View count: 34
1945: TOS USAAF as A-26C. June 1948: Redesignated B-26C. By 1950: 122nd Tactical Bomb Sqdn, Louisiana ANG, New Orleans. Ca.1951: 34th Bomb Sqdn, 17th Bomb Wing, Pusan West (K-9) Air Base, South Korea. Next two years flying night intruder missions, one where it took heavy damage to plexiglass near nose and a new #1 engine and prop. 1953: Returned to the 122nd Bomb Squadron. Sep 1957: Flown to the Air Force Museum at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. 17 Oct 70: Towed to new facility at Wright Field.
Registration / Serial:44-35733
Aircraft Version:Douglas B-26C Invader
C/n (msn):29012
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:6 May 2008
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Registration / Serial:41-15786
Alternate Serial:115786
Aircraft Original Type:Douglas SBD Dauntless/A-24 Banshee
Aircraft Generic Type:Douglas SBD Dauntless/A-24 Banshee
Aircraft Version:Douglas A-24B Banshee
C/n (msn):17421
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:4 December 2006
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Photo ID:365996Submit Correction
View count: 82
Ca.1943: TOS USAAF with s/n 42-54582. In 1956 it was converted for spraying mosquitos or use as a fire-fighting tanker. 1971-1972: Restored as an SBD-5. By Jun 2004: US Air Force Museum and repainted as A-24 41-15786. Previously N17421
Registration / Serial:41-15786
Alternate Serial:115786
Aircraft Version:Douglas A-24B Banshee
C/n (msn):17421
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:4 December 2006
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Registration / Serial:41-15786
Alternate Serial:115786
Aircraft Original Type:Douglas SBD Dauntless/A-24 Banshee
Aircraft Generic Type:Douglas SBD Dauntless/A-24 Banshee
Aircraft Version:Douglas A-24B Banshee
C/n (msn):17421
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:4 December 2006
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Photo ID:365996Submit Correction
View count: 82
Ca.1943: TOS USAAF with s/n 42-54582. In 1956 it was converted for spraying mosquitos or use as a fire-fighting tanker. 1971-1972: Restored as an SBD-5. By Jun 2004: US Air Force Museum and repainted as A-24 41-15786. Previously N17421
Registration / Serial:41-15786
Alternate Serial:115786
Aircraft Version:Douglas A-24B Banshee
C/n (msn):17421
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:4 December 2006
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Registration / Serial:41-15786
Alternate Serial:115786
Aircraft Original Type:Douglas SBD Dauntless/A-24 Banshee
Aircraft Generic Type:Douglas SBD Dauntless/A-24 Banshee
Aircraft Version:Douglas A-24B Banshee
C/n (msn):17421
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:6 November 2004
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Photo ID:365862Submit Correction
View count: 86
Ca.1943: TOS USAAF with s/n 42-54582. In 1956 it was converted for spraying mosquitos or use as a fire-fighting tanker. 1971-1972: Restored as an SBD-5. By Jun 2004: US Air Force Museum and repainted as A-24 41-15786. Previously N17421
Registration / Serial:41-15786
Alternate Serial:115786
Aircraft Version:Douglas A-24B Banshee
C/n (msn):17421
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:6 November 2004
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Registration / Serial:41-15786
Alternate Serial:115786
Aircraft Original Type:Douglas SBD Dauntless/A-24 Banshee
Aircraft Generic Type:Douglas SBD Dauntless/A-24 Banshee
Aircraft Version:Douglas A-24B Banshee
C/n (msn):17421
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:6 November 2004
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Photo ID:365862Submit Correction
View count: 86
Ca.1943: TOS USAAF with s/n 42-54582. In 1956 it was converted for spraying mosquitos or use as a fire-fighting tanker. 1971-1972: Restored as an SBD-5. By Jun 2004: US Air Force Museum and repainted as A-24 41-15786. Previously N17421
Registration / Serial:41-15786
Alternate Serial:115786
Aircraft Version:Douglas A-24B Banshee
C/n (msn):17421
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:6 November 2004
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Registration / Serial:"321475"
Military Code:T
Aircraft Original Type:Douglas A-20 Boston/Havoc (DB-7)
Aircraft Generic Type:Douglas A-20 Boston/Havoc (DB-7)
Aircraft Version:Douglas A-20G Havoc
C/n (msn):21847
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
Aircraft Name:Little Joe
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:6 May 2008
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Photo ID:365365Submit Correction
View count: 77
Falsely painted as A-20G 43-21475, but is in fact 43-22200. Ca.1945: Converted to an executive transport, designated CA-20G. 11 Jan 1946: Registered N63004. 20 Sep 1960: Bankers Life and Casualty Co, Chicago, IL. 30 Sep 1961: Donated to the USAF Museum. 17 Oct 1970: Moved to new the museum at Wright Field. Fully restored to WWII configuration.
Registration / Serial:"321475"
Aircraft Version:Douglas A-20G Havoc
C/n (msn):21847
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:6 May 2008
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Registration / Serial:"321475"
Military Code:T
Aircraft Original Type:Douglas A-20 Boston/Havoc (DB-7)
Aircraft Generic Type:Douglas A-20 Boston/Havoc (DB-7)
Aircraft Version:Douglas A-20G Havoc
C/n (msn):21847
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
Aircraft Name:Little Joe
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:6 May 2008
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Photo ID:365365Submit Correction
View count: 77
Falsely painted as A-20G 43-21475, but is in fact 43-22200. Ca.1945: Converted to an executive transport, designated CA-20G. 11 Jan 1946: Registered N63004. 20 Sep 1960: Bankers Life and Casualty Co, Chicago, IL. 30 Sep 1961: Donated to the USAF Museum. 17 Oct 1970: Moved to new the museum at Wright Field. Fully restored to WWII configuration.
Registration / Serial:"321475"
Aircraft Version:Douglas A-20G Havoc
C/n (msn):21847
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:6 May 2008
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:14 May 2010
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Photo ID:364653Submit Correction
View count: 60
1937: TOS with USAAC. 25 Jun 1937: 3rd Attack Group, Barksdale, LA. Ca. 1939: Kelly Field, TX. Apr 1940: Bolling Field, DC; Served as support aircraft for Military Attaches in Honduras, Guatemala, and Haiti. 20 Jun 1941: TOS USAAF. No dates as to when NMUSAF acquired it, but it is the only A-17 type to exist.
Registration / Serial:36-207
Aircraft Version:Northrop A-17A
C/n (msn):234
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:14 May 2010
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:14 May 2010
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
Photo ID:364653Submit Correction
View count: 60
1937: TOS with USAAC. 25 Jun 1937: 3rd Attack Group, Barksdale, LA. Ca. 1939: Kelly Field, TX. Apr 1940: Bolling Field, DC; Served as support aircraft for Military Attaches in Honduras, Guatemala, and Haiti. 20 Jun 1941: TOS USAAF. No dates as to when NMUSAF acquired it, but it is the only A-17 type to exist.
Registration / Serial:36-207
Aircraft Version:Northrop A-17A
C/n (msn):234
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:14 May 2010
Photo by:Glenn ChatfieldContact
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:9 March 2015
Photo by:Gary VincentContact
Photo ID:338482Submit Correction
View count: 105
The P-75 Eagle was designed by the Fisher Body Division of General Motors for an Air Force request for a fast climbing fighter. Eight XP-75s and six P-75As (out of an order of 2.500) were delivered and later used for development of the Allison V-3420 engine. This aircraft was the last Eagle built (sister ship 44-44554 nearing completion was never finished) and was set aside in 1946 for a proposed USAAF aviation museum. Pictured in the Museum's Experimental Aircraft Gallery, it has since been moved to the new fourth building for display in the Research and Development Gallery.
Registration / Serial:44-44553
Alternate Serial:444553
Aircraft Version:Fisher P-75A Eagle
C/n (msn):
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:9 March 2015
Photo by:Gary VincentContact
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:9 March 2015
Photo by:Gary VincentContact
Photo ID:338482Submit Correction
View count: 105
The P-75 Eagle was designed by the Fisher Body Division of General Motors for an Air Force request for a fast climbing fighter. Eight XP-75s and six P-75As (out of an order of 2.500) were delivered and later used for development of the Allison V-3420 engine. This aircraft was the last Eagle built (sister ship 44-44554 nearing completion was never finished) and was set aside in 1946 for a proposed USAAF aviation museum. Pictured in the Museum's Experimental Aircraft Gallery, it has since been moved to the new fourth building for display in the Research and Development Gallery.
Registration / Serial:44-44553
Alternate Serial:444553
Aircraft Version:Fisher P-75A Eagle
C/n (msn):
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:9 March 2015
Photo by:Gary VincentContact
Registration / Serial:48-0010
Military Code:10
Aircraft Original Type:North American B-45 Tornado
Aircraft Generic Type:North American B-45 Tornado
Aircraft Version:North American B-45C Tornado
C/n (msn):153-38486
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:17 August 2005
Photo by:PhilContact
Photo ID:324558Submit Correction
View count: 39
Registration / Serial:48-0010
Aircraft Version:North American B-45C Tornado
C/n (msn):153-38486
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:17 August 2005
Photo by:PhilContact
Registration / Serial:48-0010
Military Code:10
Aircraft Original Type:North American B-45 Tornado
Aircraft Generic Type:North American B-45 Tornado
Aircraft Version:North American B-45C Tornado
C/n (msn):153-38486
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:17 August 2005
Photo by:PhilContact
Photo ID:324558Submit Correction
View count: 39
Registration / Serial:48-0010
Aircraft Version:North American B-45C Tornado
C/n (msn):153-38486
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Wright AFB (KDWF / DWF)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:17 August 2005
Photo by:PhilContact
Registration / Serial:54-1626
Alternate Serial:0-41626
Aircraft Original Type:Lockheed L-100 Hercules
Aircraft Generic Type:Lockheed C-130 Hercules (L-082/182/282/382)
Aircraft Version:Lockheed AC-130A Hercules (L-182)
C/n (msn):182-3013
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Patterson AFB (KFFO / FFO)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:22 June 2016
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact
Photo ID:298951Submit Correction
View count: 45
Prototype Spectre gunship that was converted under Project Gunship II at Wright-Patterson AFB. It carried four 20mm cannon and four 7.62mm multi-barrel guns, used in a 30-degree left bank at night. This AC-130 was sent to Nha Trang AFB in Vietnam on Sept. 21, 1967 for a 90-day test. Other Spectres of 16th SOS based at Ubon flew interdiction missions along the Ho Chi Ming Trail from 1968 onward, destroying many trucks. This aircraft carries the emblem of Air Force Systems Command on the left side.
Registration / Serial:54-1626
Alternate Serial:0-41626
Aircraft Version:Lockheed AC-130A Hercules (L-182)
C/n (msn):182-3013
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Patterson AFB (KFFO / FFO)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:22 June 2016
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact
Registration / Serial:54-1626
Alternate Serial:0-41626
Aircraft Original Type:Lockheed L-100 Hercules
Aircraft Generic Type:Lockheed C-130 Hercules (L-082/182/282/382)
Aircraft Version:Lockheed AC-130A Hercules (L-182)
C/n (msn):182-3013
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Patterson AFB (KFFO / FFO)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Collection:National Museum of the United States Air Force
Photo Date:22 June 2016
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact
Photo ID:298951Submit Correction
View count: 45
Prototype Spectre gunship that was converted under Project Gunship II at Wright-Patterson AFB. It carried four 20mm cannon and four 7.62mm multi-barrel guns, used in a 30-degree left bank at night. This AC-130 was sent to Nha Trang AFB in Vietnam on Sept. 21, 1967 for a 90-day test. Other Spectres of 16th SOS based at Ubon flew interdiction missions along the Ho Chi Ming Trail from 1968 onward, destroying many trucks. This aircraft carries the emblem of Air Force Systems Command on the left side.
Registration / Serial:54-1626
Alternate Serial:0-41626
Aircraft Version:Lockheed AC-130A Hercules (L-182)
C/n (msn):182-3013
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
City / Airport:Dayton - Wright-Patterson AFB / Patterson AFB (KFFO / FFO)Map
Region / Country:Ohio, United States
Photo Date:22 June 2016
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact