I drove all the way out to Morristown to photograph Turboliner N16SL but she was blocked off by these two LearJet 25s (N222B is in the middle). There were quite a few interesting hulks lying around this end of the field but, unfortunately, only this one was shootable.
Overview of the main apron at GKT taken from the balcony of the small terminal building. Many thanks to Cliff S. for his help! The Tennessee Museum of Aviation is directly in front with their Albatross and Retriever outside on the ramp. Runway 10/28 is on the right with the beautiful Great Smoky Mountains in the distance.
This Jug was delivered in 1953 to the Brasilian AF as 4175. After being SOC in 1958 she was stored and put on static display until being transported to Rialto, CA and subsequently restored to flying condition between 1996-99. Now part of the Tennessee Museum of Aviation collection and painted as 'Hun Hunter XVI', flown by Gil O. Wymond of the 57th FG, 65th FS in WWII