Military History Books
by Harold A. Skaarup   www.SilverHawkAuthor.com   
 
Warplane Survivors USA: New Mexico

New Mexico Warplanes

Data current to 20 Aug 2018.

 (Ken H Photo)

Lockheed Martin F-22A Raptor (Serial No. 05-4097),  USAF 7 Fighter Squadron, "Screamin Demons" / 49FW, Holloman AFB, New Mexico, 20 Aug 2010.

 (USAAF Photo)

Boeing QB-17 Flying Fortress Drones of the 1st Experimental Guided Missiles Group over New Mexico, in April 1946.  The aircraft were in natural aluminum finish with red fuselage and tail stripes.  The photo was taken from accompanying DB-17G drone controller aircraft.  The drone aircraft are identified as: Douglas/Long Beach B-17G-85-DL Fortress (Serial No. 44-83553), Douglas/Long Beach B-17G-90-DL Fortress (Serial No. 44-83603), Douglas/Long Beach B-17G-90-DL Fortress (Serial No. 44-83588), and Lockheed/Vega B-17G-110-VE Fortress (Serial no. 44-85819).

 (USGOV-PD Photo)

Curtiss R–2, 1st Aero Squadron, Signal Corps No. 71, at Columbus, New Mexico, 1915.

 (Bill Larkins Photo)

Curtiss SOC-3 Seagull (Serial No. 1135),  3-O-8, from the Battleship USS New Mexico, Feb 1940.

 (Australian National Maritime Museum Photo)

Curtiss SOC-3 Seagull floatplane (Serial No.),  on the Battleship USS New Mexico, in Sydney Harbour, Australia, on 23 July 1925.

 (USN Photo NH 50299)

Curtiss SOC-3 Seagull floatplane mounted on the rear gun turret of the U.S. Navy battleship USS New Mexico (BB-40) in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, ca 1935.

 (USAF Photo)

North American F-51D-25-NA Mustang (Serial No. 44-73089), 188th Fighter Squadron, New Mexico Air National Guard, being refueled, ca 1948.

 (USAF Photo)

North American F-51D-25-NA Mustang (Serial No. 44-63746), 188th Fighter Squadron, New Mexico Air National Guard, 1947.

 (USAF Photo)

North American F-51D-25-NA Mustang fighters from the 188th Fighter Squadron, New Mexico Air National Guard in flight. The New Mexico Air National Guard flew the F-51 from 1947 to 1953.

 (USGOV-PD Photo)

North American F-51H-5-NA Mustang (Serial No. 44-64291), 188th Fighter Squadron, New Mexico Air National Guard, 1947. 

 (USAF Photo)

Republic YP-84A-1-RE Thunderjet fighter (Serial No. 45-59483), New Mexico Air National Guard, 1950s.

 (USAF Photos)

Lockheed F-80B Shooting Star fighters from the 188th Fighter Squadron, New Mexico Air National Guard, 1950s.

 (USAF Photo)

North American F-100C-25-NA Super Sabre (Serial No. 54-2082) from the 188th Tactical Fighter Squadron, New Mexico Air National Guard, 1960s.

 (USAF Photo)

North American Aviation F-100A-1-NA Super Sabre (Serial No. 52-5756), New Mexico Air National Guard, 1961.

 (USAF Photo)

North American F-100C-1-NA Super Sabres from the 188th Tactical Fighter Squadron, New Mexico Air National Guard, 1964.

 (USAF Photo)

North American F-100C Super Sabre (Serial No. 53-1741), 188th Tactical Fighter Squadron, New Mexico Air National Guard, ca 1968.

 (SSgt. John M. Collins, USAF Photo)

Sikorsky HH-3E Jolly Green Giant helicopter being refueled from a Lockheed HC-130P Hercules during a chemical warfare training in the vicinity of Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico, on 24 September 1980.

 (SSgt. Mark Johnson, USAF Photo)

 Sikorsky CH-3E Jolly Green Giant helicopter from the 1550th Combat Crew Training Wing floats on the surface of Elephant Butte Lake, New Mexico, as members of a Navy sea-air-land (SEAL) team approach in an inflatable boat during the joint Air Force/Navy special operations exercise "Chili Flag '90", 1 March 1990.  The 1550th CCTW was stationed at Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico.

 (SSgt. Mike Haggerty, USAF Photo)

A trio of U.S. Air Force rescue helicopters in 1988, including a Bell HH-1N Iroquois, a Sikorsky HH-3E Jolly Green Giant, and a Sikorsky HH-53C Super Jolly Green Giant flying in formation near the 531st Field Training Detachment's helicopter maintenance school at Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico, 19 Aug 1988.

 (USAF Photos)

LTV A-7D Corsair II (Serial No. 70-1048), 188th Tactical Fighter Squadron, New Mexico Air National Guard, Bicentennial 1972.

 (USAF Photo)

LTV A-7D Corsair II (Serial No. 75-0388), 188th Tactical Fighter Squadron, New Mexico Air National Guard, 1977.

 (USGOV-PD Photo)

LTV A-7D-13-CV Corsair II (Serial No. 72-0225), 188th Tactical Fighter Squadron, New Mexico Air National Guard, ca 1981.

 (Sgt. Thomas Coaxum, USAF Photo)

LTV A-7D Corsair II  (Serial No. 71-0335) and (Serial No. 72-0200) from the 188th actical Fighter Squadron, 150th Tactical Fighter Group, New Mexico Air National Guard, 4 July 1983.

 (Mike Freer - Touchdown-aviation Photo)

LTV A-7K Corsair II (Serial No. 79-0462), 188th Tactical Fighter Squadron, New Mexico Air National Guard, 1 Oct 1992.

 (Mike Freer - Touchdown-aviation Photo)

LTV A-7K Corsair II (Serial No. 80-0290), 188th Tactical Fighter Squadron, New Mexico Air National Guard, 1987.

 (Cory W. Watts Photo)

A German McDonnell Douglas F-4F-55-MC Phantom II, USAF (Serial No. 72-1163), Luftwaffe (Serial No. 37+53) of the 20th Fighter Squadron.  The 20th FS was a German U.S. Air Force unit that trained pilots for the F-4 Phantom II.  It was based at Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico, from 1993 to 2004.

 (USGOV-PD Photo)

McDonnell Douglas F-4E-58-MC Phantom II (Serial No. 73-1167), 20th Fighter Squadron, Luftwaffe, Holloman AFB, New Mexico, 1994.

 (USGOV-PD Photo)

McDonnell Douglas F-4E-58-MC Phantom II (Serial No. 73-1261), 20th Fighter Squadron, Luftwaffe, Holloman AFB, New Mexico, 1994.

 (Staff Sgt. Matthew Lohr, USAF Photo)

General Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcons, 188th Fighter Squadron, 150th Fighter Wing, New Mexico Air National Guard, 2004.

 (Adam Wooten Photo)

General Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon (Serial No. 85-0408), 188th Fighter Squadron, 150th Fighter Wing, New Mexico Air National Guard, 2007.

 (Staff Sgt. Becky Nelson, USAF Photo)

General Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon (Serial No. 87-0243), 150th Fighter Wing, New Mexico Air National Guard, 2017.

 (Rob Schleiffert Photo)

McDonnell F-15A Eagle (Serial No. 77-0082), 9th TFS, Holloman AFB, New Mexico, 21 June 2015.

 (Master Sgt. Kevin J. Gruenwald, USAF Photo)

Rockwell B-1B Lancers assigned to the 28th Bomb Squadron, Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, releasing chaff and flares while maneuvering over New Mexico during a training mission on 24 Feb 2010.

 During the twentieth century, civil and military aviation has played a prominent role in the history and development of New Mexico. Commercial operators have exploited the advantages offered by aircraft to overcome the unique challenges of geography and climate. By virtue of New Mexico's comparative isolation which suited the secrecy of innumerable military projects, a wide variety of military aircraft have been based there through the years. The list of military aircraft types that made up the tapestry of New Mexico aviation is as extensive as the list of legendary figures who have contributed to its amazing history. While most of the military aircraft types no longer grace the airspace over New Mexico, many can be viewed in their former splendor as they stand as gate guards or museum exhibits. This booklet provides a comprehensive guide to where these restored aircraft can be found. Complementing the details concerning aircraft specifications and roles, the author has included many facts. Finally, the descriptions of the recovery, restoration and preservation efforts stand as a tribute to the many volunteers who have devoted time, energy and financial support to ensure this rich heritage is preserved.

This handbook is designed to provide aviation enthusiasts with a simple checklist on where to find retired military aircraft that are preserved in New Mexico.

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New Mexico Warplane Survivors

Alamogordo, Holloman AFB, NM, 88330-5000.  Tel. 505-475-6511, Historian, DSN 572-7903.  Capt Kanning, DSN 572-3434.

 (Rich VanderWoude Photos)

Convair F-106A Delta Dart (Serial No. 56-0454).

 (Rich VanderWoude Photos)

Lockheed F-80B Shooting Star (Serial No. 45-85575), painted as (Serial No. 61-0041).

 (Rich VanderWoude Photos)

 (Louis DePaemelaere Photo)

Lockheed F-104C (Serial No. 56-0866), C/N 383-1174.

 (Staff Sgt. Andy Dunaway Photo)

Lockheed F-117A Nighthawk Stealth fighter from the 49th Fighter Wing, 9th Fighter Squadron "Iron Knights," Holloman Air Force Base.

 (Mike Freer - Touchdown-aviation Photo)

Lockheed F-117A Nighthawk Stealth fighter from the 49th Fighter Wing, 9th Fighter Squadron "The Black Sheep," Holloman Air Force Base, 24 May 1997.

 (Rich VanderWoude Photos)

 (Louis DePaemelaere Photo)

Lockheed F-117 Nighthawk (Serial No. 79-0782), painted as (Serial No. 85-0816).

 (Rich VanderWoude Photos)

McDonnell F-4C Phantom II (Serial No. 63-7537).

 (Rich VanderWoude Photos)

 (Louis DePaemelaere Photos)

McDonnell Douglas F-15A Eagle (Serial No. 76-0037), HD, C/N 219/A189.

 (Rich VanderWoude Photos)

North American F-100 Super Sabre (Serial No. 56-3220).

 (Rich VanderWoude Photos)

 (Louis DePaemelaere Photo)

Northrop AT-38B Talon (Serial No. 60-0576), HM, C/N N5149.

 (Rich VanderWoude Photos)

 (Louis DePaemelaere Photo)

Panavia Tornado, German Air Force, 43 + 75, grey cam.  This German Air Force fighter served at Holloman AFB from 22 July 1999 to 10 June 2009.

 (Rich VanderWoude Photos)

 (Louis DePaemelaere Photo)

Panavia Tornado, German Air Force, 45 + 11, green cam.  This German Air Force fighter served at Holloman AFB from 22 July 1999 to 10 June 2009.

 (Rich VanderWoude Photos)

Republic F-84F Thunderstreak (Serial No. 51-9396).

 (Rich VanderWoude Photos)

Republic F-105D Thunderchief (Serial No. 61-0145), C/N D340, painted as (Serial No. 61-0041).

Alamogordo

 (Mike Freer - Touchdown-aviation Photo, 1992)

Lockheed P-2H(AT) Neptune, 11, Reg. No. N14447, Black Hills Aviation.

 (Mike Freer - Touchdown-aviation Photo, 1992)

Lockheed P-2H(AT) Neptune, 09, Reg. No. N4235T, Black Hills Aviation.

XQ4 Drone (Serial No. 55-3241).

Albuquerque

 (kameniev Photo)

Cherokee II Sailplane, Reg. No.  N3034, on display at the Anderson-Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum.

Albuquerque, NM Air National Guard, 150th Fighter Group, Kirtland AFB

 (Mike Freer - Touchdown-aviation Photo)

Antonov (PZL-Mielec) An-2T, operated by Aviation Classics Ltd under Department of Defense contract at the Defense Test Evaluation & Support Agency (DTESA) Kirtland AFB.

 (John Meneely Photo)

 (Author Photo)

 (Jack Gilbert Photo)

Lockheed F-80B Shooting Star (Serial No. 45-8501), mounted on a pylon.  This aircraft was previously on display at Chanute AFB.

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21F Fishbed (Serial No. 562), "Red 13".

 (Author Photo)

 (Jack Gilbert Photo)

North American P-51D-30NT Mustang (Serial No. 45-11400), New Mexico Air National Guard colours, possible replica, mounted on a pylon.

 (Author Photo)

 (Allen Jones Photos)

North American F-100A Super Sabre (Serial No. 53-1532), mounted on a concrete pylon.

 (Author Photo)

 (Jack Gilbert Photos)

 (Craig Campbell Photo)

LTV A-7D Corsair II (Serial No. 72-0177), painted as (Serial No. 72-0245), mounted on a concrete pylon.

Albuquerque, National Museum of Nuclear Science & History, 601 Eubank at Southern Blvd.  (505) 245-2137.

 (Author Photo)

 (Jack Gilbert Photo)

Boeing B-29 Superfortress (Serial No. 45-21748), C/N 13643.  According to David Hoover, Curator and Collections Manager for the National Museum of Nuclear Science and History, this B-29 did not have a name.  It came out of the factory the day Nagasaki was bombed.  It was most likely with the 19th bomb group in Guam during the Korean War (unconfirmed), and may have have been used as a test bed for the Tarzon missile program.  It may have had a name then. 45-21748 also served with the 509th Bomb Group at Roswell AAF/ Walker AFB in New Mexico. The museum staff conducted a deep scan of the aircraft's surface which allowed them to see past decades of paint to the bare plates, but found no evidence of it having nose art.  (Having nose art is usually evidence of an aircraft that has been in combat).  While it was on display at Chanute AFB, it was painted as the "Enola Gay" and traces of this name were found in the scan under the paint.  The museum does not have information about any missions it may have flown in Korea.  It was at Eglin in 1950 probably to have it modified for use as a test bed.  The museum would like to find any photographs of this plane when it was in active service.  Contributions would be most welcome to help preserve the record of this historic aircraft.  This aircraft is also reported as Boeing B-29 Superfortress (Serial No. 44-69983), "Duke of Albuquerque".

 (Jack Gilbert Photos)

Boeing B-47E-11-BW Stratojet (Serial No. 53-2280).  In the 1960s this aircraft was used as a test bed at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base under the designation JB-47E. It was the first USAF aircraft with a fly-by-wire control system. It was transferred to the NMUSAF in 1969 and displayed until 2003. In 2013 it was transferred to the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History in Albuquerque, New Mexico for permanent display.

 (Author Photo)

 (kameniev Photo)

Boeing RB-52B Stratofortress (Serial No. 52-0013), C/N 16503.  This aircraft dropped the 3.75 megaton Mark 15 thermo-nuclear bomb over Bikini Atoll on 21 May 1956, while flying with the Air Research and Development Command.

 (Author Photos)

LTV TA-7C Corsair II USN (BuNo. 154407), modified A-7B, C/N B-047.

 (Author Photo)

 (Allen Jones Photos)

Republic F-105D Thunderchief (Serial No. 61-0107), C/N D302, mounted on a pylon.

Other exhibits with the museum include: 280 MM Atomic Cannon (Atomic Annie), Mk.17 Bomb, B-58 Pod (carries a weapon or extra fuel), Honest John Motorized Launcher, Nike Hercules Air Defense Missile, Bomarc Air Defense Missile, Mace Cruise Missile, Matador Cruise Missile, Snark Cruise Missile, Titan II Missile and Trailer, Jupiter Missile and Trailer, Peackeeper MX Missile, Mk. 53 Bomb, A-3 Polaris Missile, Hound Dog Cruise Missile, Thor Missile and Trailer, Minuteman Missile, and USS James K. Polk Submarine Sail.

Albuquerque, Kirtland AFB Rescue Museum.

Bell OH-13E Sioux Helicopter (Serial No. 51-13747).

 (Author Photo)

 (Jack Gilbert Photo)

 (Craig Campbell Photos)

Bell UH-1F Iroquois Helicopter (Serial No. 64-15495), previously painted as (Serial No. 65-7596), now painted as (Serial No. 66-1240)m mounted on a pylon. This helicopter was assigned to the 1550th Aircrew Training and Test Wing, Kirtland AFB, NM (1971-1982).

Boeing C-135 Stratotanker (Serial No. 60-0371).

 (Author Photo)

Consolidated PBY-5A (OA-10A) Canso (Serial No. 46457).

 (Author Photo)

Douglas C-47 Skytrain (Serial No. 42-100995), painted as (Serial No. 43-15732).

 (Mike Freer - Touchdown-aviation Photo)

General Dynamics F-111D Aardvark (Serial No.), 481st Tactical Fighter Squadron, 27th Tactical Fighter Wing, Cannon AFB, New Mexico, 31 Oct 1989.

 (Mike Freer - Touchdown-aviation Photo)

General Dynamics F-111D Aardvark (Serial No.), 481st Tactical Fighter Squadron, 27th Tactical Fighter Wing, Cannon AFB, New Mexico, 1 June 1992.

 (USAF Photo)

General Dynamics F-111D Aardvark (Serial No. 68-0107), 481st Tactical Fighter Squadron, 27th Tactical Fighter Wing, Cannon AFB, New Mexico, 31 Dec 1978.

 (Mike Freer - Touchdown-aviation Photo)

General Dynamics F-111D Aardvark (Serial No. 68-0157), 481st Tactical Fighter Squadron, 27th Tactical Fighter Wing, Cannon AFB, New Mexico, 17 Nov 1989.

 (Mike Freer - Touchdown-aviation Photo)

General Dynamics EF-111A Raven (Serial No. 66-0020), 430th ECS, 27th Fighter Wing, Cannon AFB, New Mexico, 15 Oct 1992.

 (Mike Freer - Touchdown-aviation Photo)

General Dynamics F-111 Aardvark (Serial No. 70-0374), from the 523rd Fighter Squadron, 27th Fighter Wing, Cannon Air Force Base, New Mexico, 3 June 2013.

General Dynamics F-111 Aardvark (Serial No. 65-5709).

 (Author Photo)

 (Jack Gilbert Photo)

Grumman HU-16B Albatross, USCG (Serial No. 1280), painted as (Serial No. 51-0071).

Hughes H-55 Osage Helicopter (Serial No. 67-18393).

 (Author Photo)

Kaman HH-43B Huskie (Serial No. 59-1578), mounted on a concrete pylon.

North American CT-39A Sabreliner (Serial No. 59-2868).

Piasecki Vertol CH-21B Shawnee Helicopter (Serial No. 52-8691), painted as (Serial No. 53-4343).

 (Author Photo)

Piasecki Vertol CH-21B Workhorse Helicopter (Serial No. 52-8706).

 (Author Photo)

Sikorsky H-5G Dragonfly Helicopter (Serial No. 48-0555), painted as (Serial No. 5122).

  (Author Photo)

 (Jack Gilbert Photo)

Sikorsky UH-19F Chickasaw Helicopter (BuNo. 138499).

 (Author Photo)

Sikorsky HH-34J Sea Horse Helicopter (BuNo. 148938).

Sikorsky HH-3E Sea King Helicopter (Serial No. 64-1432).

 (Jack Gilbert Photos)

 (Craig Campbell Photos)

Sikorsky MH-53 Pave Low III (Serial No. 66-4433), 551st Special Operations Squadron.

Artesia

Republic F84F Thunderstreak (Serial No. 51-9486).

Carlsbad

Beech AT-11 Kansan (Serial No.), Cavern City Municipal Airport.

Clovis, Cannon AFB, NM, 88103-500.  Tel. 505-784-3311.  DSN 681-1110, Historian, DSN 681-2460.

 (Craig Campbell Photos)

General Dynamics F-111A Aardvark (Serial No. 63-9771), mounted on a concrete pylon.

General Dynamics EF-111A Aardvark (Serial No. 66-0016), CC, C/N A1-34/EF-10.  This aircraft is credited with an Iraqi Mirage F1 kill, 17 Jan 1991, after forcing the chasing aircraft to impact the ground.

Lockheed T-33A, Shooting Star (Serial No. 58-0503).

McDonnell JF-101A Voodoo (Serial No. 53-2426), C/N 9.

McDonnell RF-101C Voodoo (Serial No. 56-0187).

North American F-86H Sabre (Serial No. 53-1251), C/N 203-23, painted as (Serial No. 53-1404).

North American F-100D Super Sabre (Serial No. 56-2940), mounted on a concrete pylon.

Republic F84C Thunderjet (Serial No. 47-1530), C/N FS-027-A, painted (Serial No. 11027).

Republic F84F Thunderstreak (Serial No. 51-1810).

Clovis

General Dynamics F-111D Aardvark (Serial No.68-0140), C/N A6-56, City of Clovis, mounted on a concrete pylon at the Clovis Veterans Park.

Farmington

 (kingbee Photo)

LTV A-7D Corsair II (Serial No. 74-1746).

Gallup

 (Nate Wilburn Photo)

 (Tequask Photos)

Northrop T-38A Talon (Serial No. 61-0829), C/N N5195, mounted on a large display stand in front of the Gallup Municipal Airport.

Hobbs, Commemorative Air Force, New Mexico Wing Flying Museum, Lea County Airport, Hobbs, NM, 88240.

Beech D-18/C-45 Expeditor (Serial No.).

Douglas DC-3/C-47 Skytrain (Serial No.).

Fairchild PT-19 Cornell (Serial No.).

Messerschmitt Me-108 Taifun (Serial No.)

North American NA-64/BT-14 Yale (Serial No.).

North American SNJ-4 Texan (Serial No.).

Stearman/Boeing Model 73 BT-17 Kaydet, (2)(Serial Nos.).

Stinson L-5 Sentinel (Serial No.).

Las Cruces

Curtis C-46 Commando (Serial No.), International Airport, Southwest Aviation.

Douglas A26B Invader (Serial No.), International Airport, Southwest Aviation.

Lockheed PV-2 Harpoon (Serial No.), International Airport, Southwest Aviation.

North American F-100F Super Sabre (Serial No. 56-3855), International Airport.

Las Cruces, White Sands Missile Range Museum & Park

Beechcraft VC-6A King Air (Serial No.).

Bell UH-1M Iroquois (Serial No.).

Melrose, Bombing Range

 (Jack Gilbert Photo)

North American F-100A Super Sabre (Serial No. 53-1533), 524th Tactical Fighter Squadron.

Portales

General Dynamics F-111F Aardvark (Serial No. 70-2364), CC, C/N E2-03/F-03, “City of Portales”, mounted on concrete pylons, Hwy 70 & Ave. K.

Roswell

Republic F-105D Thunderchief (Serial No. 61-0110), TH, C/N D305, Roswell Jr. College.

Santa Fe

 (David R. Reustle Photo)

 (Jim Cooley Photo)

General Dynamics F-111F Aardvark (Serial No. 70-2408), C/N E2-47/F-47.  Municipal Airport.

McDonnell F4H-1F Phantom II (BuNo. 145310), undergoing restoration to fly.

North American F-100 Super Sabre (Serial No. 53-1600).

Ryan Navion A (Serial No. NAV-1829), NM NG colours, Reg. No. N555NG, Ronald E. Tarrson.

Santa Teresa, War Eagles Air Museum, Santa Teresa Airport, PO Box 1225, Santa Teresa, NM, 88008.

Convair L-13A Scorpion (Serial No. LG-7316).

 (Steve D. Smith Photos)

Curtiss P-40E/Kittyhawk Mk. 1A, RAF (Serial No. AL152), 38.

 (Steve D. Smith Photos)

de Havilland DH 82 Tiger Moth (Serial No.).

Douglas DC-3 (Serial No.).

Douglas A26C Invader (Serial No. 44-35493).

 (Steve D. Smith Photos)

Fieseler Fi-156 Storch (Serial No.), BM-JM.

 (Steve D. Smith Photo)

Grumman TBM-3E Avenger (BuNo. 69459).

 (Steve D. Smith Photo)

Hawker F.B. 11 Fury (Serial No. K-253), "Magnificent Obsession", RAAF colours.

 (Steve D. Smith Photos)

Lockheed P-38L Lightning (Serial No. 44-27053), c/n 8057, "Relampago", all black, Reg. No. N345.

Lockheed/Canadair T-33 Shooting Star (Serial No.).

 (Steve D. Smith Photo)

LTV A-7E Corsair II (BuNo. 157455), AE-315, C/N E-111.

LTV A-7E Corsair II (BuNo. 157544).

LTV A-7E Corsair II (BuNo. 160721).

 (Steve D. Smith Photo)

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15 Fagot (Serial No. 1B01629), Reg. No. N629BM.

 (Steve D. Smith Photo)

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15 Fagot (Serial No. 1416)

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15 UTI 2-seater (Serial No. 640).

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21SPS Fishbed (Serial No. 22-24), C/N 94A4213, East German markings.

North American AT-6 Texan (Serial No.).

 (Steve D. Smith Photos)

North American P-51D-25NT Mustang (Serial No. 44-84658), TF-51 restoration, "Friendly Ghost", Texas Air National Guard colours, Reg. No. N51TF.  John Macquire, Fort Hancock, Texas.  War Eagles Museum.

North American P-51D-30NA Mustang fuselage (Serial No. 44-75024), ex-Indonesian Air Force, Reg. No. N96JM.  Skip Trammell, Idalou, Texas.  War Eagles Museum.

North American T-28B Trojan (BuNo. 138247), USN.

North American/Canadair F-86F Sabre Mk.5 (Serial No. 23330).

 (Steve D. Smith Photo)

North American FJ-2 Fury (BuNo. 132028), 9.

Northrop T-38A Talon (Serial No. 64-13267).

Piper J-3 Grasshopper (Serial No. 20240).

 (Steve D. Smith Photos)

Piper PA-18 (Serial No, 18-3751), Reg. No. N1588P.

 (Steve D. Smith Photos)

Republic F84F Thunderstreak (Serial No. 52-7343), JB-834.

Stearman Model 73 BT-17 Kaydet (Serial No.).

Stinson AT-19 Reliant (Serial No. 42-46713).

Stinson Sentinel (Serial No.), Reg. No. N40002.

 (Soviet Air Force Photos)

 (Steve D. Smith Photos)

Tupolev Tu-2 Bat (Serial No. 495), Russian multi-role bomber, acquired from China.  One of only 7 on disp;lay around the world, and the only one on display in the USA.

 (Steve D. Smith Photos)

Vought F4U-4 Corsair (BuNo. 81698), airworthy.

Vultee BT-13 Valiant (Serial No. 93).

2T-1A Great Lakes Trainer (Serial No.).

Waco EGC-8 Custom Cabin.

Truth or Consequences

 (Queens Blessing Photo)

Lockheed T33A Shooting Star (Serial No. 51-9022), Municipal Airport.