34-48608 rolled off the Douglas assembly line in the summer of 1944 and was delivered in September 1944. Too late to participate in D Day, the aircraft distinguished itself later during the Berlin Airlift where it received it's name. Pictured on display prior to the next day's departure to Gander, Canada as part of a 15 aircraft C-47 group to fly across the Atlantic to for the D Day 75th anniversary.
Ex US Navy P2V-7S (SP-2H) Neptune 147954 displayed to represent a USAF RB-69A "44037" (54-4037) which was shot down by a Chinese AF MiG-17 on 11.06.64 during a CIA mission from Taiwan. The original 44037 was ex USN 135612.
Ex USAF 53-548. Owned by Wayne Jones' Global Aeronautical Foundation, acquired from the Pima Air Museum in 1995. Sold to the Yanks Air Museum in Jan 2006, and restored to flying condition and flown from Camarillo, CA to Chino, CA 14-Jan-2012 on delivery to the museum.