Canadair Sabre 6 ordered as 23682 by the RCAF but supplied to South Africa as 363. Bought by the Yanks museum and displayed in false USAF markings using its c/n 1472 as serial and forming the basis for its Buzz No. FU-472.
Built for USAAF as 44-44272 but delivered to the RAF as KH401. To India in 1946 as HE771, serving until disposed in 1973, becoming N94459. The "250551" marks worn are fictitious. It is maintained airworthy by the Kermit Weeks organisation.
The smallest aircraft that used the Air Force One call sign. One of several Aero Commander L-26B s purchased after US President Dwight Eisenhower had a heart attack and recovered at his Gettysburg, Pennsylvania farm. The L-26 was one of the few executive transports that could handle the farm's 2,200 ft grass runway. Recently restored, this only airworthy example is owned by the Commemorative Air Force.
Wartime P-51C 42-103645 was struck off strength in 1945 and was acquired by the Montana State College in Bozeman, MT as an instructional airframe. Moved via road (the wings beyond the main landing gear had been removed) in 1965 to a VFW Post in Billings MT. Acquired by the Confederate Air Force in 1973, the fighter would be restored to flying condition by 2001. Pictured as one of 18 P-51s taxiing out for display, it was inspiring to see and hear all of them pause and run the RR Merlin engines up for a couple of minutes for the crowd before resuming their taxi for take-off.