We finally reached the end of the photos taken at the UASF Museum at Dayton, OH. The last four galleries are
Junkers Ju 88D-1/Trop, Piper Pa-48 Enforcer, Boeing X-36 and a Ruhrstahl SD 1400 X (Fritz X) Guided Bomb.
Here are four albums that are all loosely related to aviation –
Canadair CL-13 Sabre, JB-2 Loon, AGM-78 Standard ARM and Hough T500 tow vehicle.
Here are for more albums from the National Museum of the USAF. Today we’ve added the photos of
Douglas RB-66B Destroyer, Douglas VC-118 “Independence”, McDonnell XF-85 Goblin and a Mark 7 Nuclear Bomb.
Here are the last two albums from the March Field Air Museum –
Northrop YA-9A and Douglas EA-1E Skyraider, as well as two missiles from the Point Mugu Missile Park – Vought RGM-6 Regulus I Cruise Missile and AIM-120 AMRAAM.
This post is dedicated to one of the most distinctive naval fighters of all time – F-14. We’ve added two walkarounds of the aircraft itself – one of the early production
YF-14A Tomcat from March Field Air Museum in Riverside, CA and a regular F-14A Tomcat from USS Hornet in Alameda, CA. We’ve also posted photos of the two weapons used by the F-14 – AIM-9M Sidewinder and AIM-7M Sparrow, both from the F-14 on board the USS Hornet.
Today’s update is dedicated to missiles. We’ve added the albums with the photos of a anti-aircraft
Bendix RIM-8 Talos, anti-submarine AUM-N-2 Petrel, air launched AGM-12 Bullpup and an Episkopi (MAR-290) MLRS launcher.
Added four more aircraft related albums from Evergreen Air Museum in Oregon –
Messerschmidt Me-262A-1c Schwalbe, Auster AOP Mark 6, Douglas DC-3A and M39 20mm Cannon.
Here are the three aviation themed albums from the Air&Space Museum on the National Mall –
Boeing X-45A, Messerschmidt Me-109G-6 and Daimler-Benz DB605A Engine and to round out the post the Little Boy Nuclear Bomb from the US Navy museum in Washington DC.