Military History Books
by Harold A. Skaarup   www.SilverHawkAuthor.com   
 
Warplane Survivors USA: Texas, Dallas, Frontiers of Flight Museum

Texas Warplanes, Dallas, 

Frontiers of Flight Museum

Data current to 9 Aug 2018.

Dallas, Frontiers of Flight Museum, 8008 Cedar Springs Road, Love Field Terminal LB-18, 2nd Floor, 75235-2852.

Aero L-29 Delphin (2), No. 10 and No. 41.

 (HrAtsuo Photo) 

Appolo 7 Command Module.

Banty, homebuilt.

Beech C.90 King Air (Serial No.).

 (Michael Barera Photo)

Bell Model 47 helicopter.

 (Michael Barera Photos)

Bell UH-1D Iroquois Helicopter (Serial No. 16979), mounted on a pylon.

 (Michael Barera Photo)

Bell TH-1L Iroquois Helicopter (Serial No. 157838), Reg. No. N7UW.

Boeing/Stearman PT-17 Kadet, 84.

 (Michael Barera Photo)

Boeing 737-200, nose section.

Boeing 737-300 (Serial No.).

 (Michael Barera Photo)

Bücker Bü 133 Jungmeister (Serial No.).

 (Michael Barera Photos)

Chance Vought Regulus II SSM-N-9 missile

Chance Vought RF-8G Crusader (BuNo.), on loan from the NMNA.

 (Eric Urban Photo)

 (Michael Barera Photos)

Chance Vought V-173 Flying Pancake.  On loan from the NASM.

Christen Eagle II Sport biplane.

 (Michael Barera Photo)

Culver Dart GC, 1946.

 (Michael Barera Photos)

Curtiss JN-4D Jenny (Serial No. 4072), Reg. No. N3769.

 (Michael Barera Photo)

de Havilland DH.82H Tiger Moth (Serial No. DE664).

E-Systems XQM-93A (L-450), on loan from the NMNA.

 (Michael Barera Photo)

General Dynamics YF-16B Fighting Falcon (Serial No. 75-0752), C/N 62-2.  On loan from the NMUSAF.

 (Michael Barera Photo)

Glasflügel BS-1 Sailplane (Serial No.), Reg. No. N1718.

Gossamer Penguin, first solar-powered aircraft.

 (Michael Barera Photo)

Hot Air Balloon Basket and Envelope.

 (Michael Barera Photos)

Laser 200.

 (Michael Barera Photo)

Learavia Lear Fan 2100.

Learjet Model 24D (Serial No. 281).

 (Michael Barera Photos)

Lil Toot Sport biplane.

 (Michael Barera Photo)

Link trainer, Second World War era.

 (Michael Barera Photo)

Link trainer, F-4D Phantom II simulator.

 (Michael Barera Photo)

Link SR-71 simulator.

 (Michael Barera Photos)

Lockheed T-33 Shooting Star (Serial No. 0-61787).  48th FIS.  On loan from the NMUSAF.

Lockheed D-21B trisonic recce drone.

 (Michael Barera Photos)

LTV A-7B Corsair II (Bu No. 154502).  On loan from the NMNA.

 (Michael Barera Photo)

LTV XQM-93A.

McDonnell Douglas F-4D Phantom II Weapon System Trainer.

Meyers Special, Little Toot, homebuilt biplane.

Mil Mi-2 Hoplite helicopter, USSR, 214.

North American F-86L Sabre Dog (52-24239), in front of the museum.

 (Michael Barera Photos)

Northrop T-38A Talon (Serial No. 23645).

 (Michael Barera Photo)

Northrop AGM-136 Tacit Rainbow missile.

Piper J-4 Cub (Serial No.)

 (Michael Barera Photo)

Piper PA-20 Pacer, project.

 (Michael Barera Photo)

Pitts S2B Sport biplane, Reg. N58FC.

Quicksilver MXL-II (Serial No.).

 (Michael Barera Photos)

Republic F-105F Thunderchief (Serial No. 63-8343), TH, C/N F120.

 (Michael Barera Photo)

Ryan PT-22 Recruit (Serial No.).

 (Michael Barera Photos)

Sopwith Pup replica, (Serial No. NCH1), Reg. No. N914W, displayed in the Dallas Love Field Main Terminal Lobby.

 (Michael Barera Photo)

Temple Sportsman (Serial No. 107R), Reg. No. N987N, “Texas Temple”.

 (Michael Barera Photo)

Thorp T-18A Tiger (Serial No.).

 (Michael Barera Photos)

Wright Flyer 1903, full scale replica.