157293 is often misidentified as MiG-killer: Cdr. Samuel C. Flynn Jr and Lt. William H. John scored a kill against a MiG-21 on June 21st, 1972 flying F-4J BuNo 157307. Shortly after, BuNo 157293 became Cdr. Flynn's assigned aircraft and the MiG-kill marking was transferred to 157293.
The new all-metal GC-1A Swift in front of the Globe factory building in Saginaw, near Fort Worth. The building and the factory airfield were later used by Bell. Photo from: University of Texas at Dallas / The Portal to Texas History
'The remains of a T-33 jet trainer after It crashed at Tye base Monday morning. The pilot, Jacques Chataigner, 20, climbed out unhurt.' Tye was renamed Dyess AFB in 1956. Aircraft belonged to the 3560th Pilot Training Wing at Webb AFB. Reports that this T-33 crashed at Webb in 1958 must be wrong. Photo from: Hardin-Simmons University / The Portal to Texas History
The B team. The B-32 Dominator was built as a backup for the preferred B-29 Superfortress. 115 B-32s were completed, including 40 TB-32 trainers. On the nose here is some sort of line number. Some Dominators flew combat missions over Japan, but others were scrapped brand new after VJ Day. Photo from: Lockheed Martin / The Portal to Texas History