|Warplane Survivors USA: Washington
Data current to 20 April 2020.
Reuben Fleet, Washington Air National Guard flying a Curtiss JN-6 Jenny, 1925. Previously, he established the United States Air Mail Service in May 1918. (USGOV-PD Photo)
Douglas O-38 (Serial No. 30-414), 116th Observation Squadron. The squadron operated this type of aircraft between 1931-1940. Note the squadron emblem on the fuselage. (USGOV-PD Photo)
North American F-51D-25NA Mustangs (Serial Nos. 44-63664 and 44-73313), Washington Air National Guard, ca 1948. (USAF Photos)
North American F-51D-25-NA Mustang (Serial No. 44-73561), 116th Fighter Squadron, Washington Air National Guard, ca 1946. (USAF Photo)
North American F-82F Twin Mustang (Serial No. 46-494), 319th FAWS, McChord Field, Washington, 1948. (USGOV-PD Photo)
North American F-86A-5-NA Sabre (Serial No. 49-1219), 116th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 81st Fighter-Interceptor Group, Washington Air National Guard, Moses Lake AFB, Washington, 1950. (USGOV-PD Photo)
North American F-86A-5-NA Sabre (Serial No. 49-8276), 116th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 81st Fighter-Interceptor Group, Washington Air National Guard. (USGOV-PD Photo)
McDonnell F-101B-80-MC Voodoo (Serial No. 57-0260) retired from the USAF and being prepared to be damaged in certain areas, so that personnel from the 2952nd Combat Logistics Support Squadron can repair it as part of a training exercise at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, on 1 July 1981. The Voodoo still carries the markings of its last operator, the 116th Fighter Squadron, 141st Fighter Group, Washington Air National Guard, which flew the type from 1965 to 1976. (USAF photo)
During the twentieth century, civil and military aviation has played a prominent role in the history and development of Washington. Commercial operators have exploited the advantages offered by aircraft to overcome the unique challenges of geography and climate. By virtue of Washingtons strategic location on the continents northwest flank looking out over the Pacific and facing Russia, 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 Washington 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 Washington, 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.
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Washington Warplane Survivors
The surviving USAAC, USAAF, USAF, USN, USMC, USCG and WA ANG Warplanes on display in Washington can be found in a great number of locations. The major aviation museums in the state as well as private displays of historical Warplanes are listed here.
Bellingham, Heritage Flight Museum, 4165 Mitchell Way, 98226. The Heritage Flight Museum is a flying aircraft museum whose home base of operation is at the Bellingham International Airport. From the Bellingham hangar, the Museum displays, operates and maintains its many donated and closely associated aircraft. It also houses a growing collection of memorabilia donated by local families and individuals. Skagit Regional Airport.
Bell H-13 Sioux Helicopter (Serial No.). This aircraft was purchased by Heritage Flight Museum in 2006. This particular air frame was not a militarized model, but it has been restored to look like one.
Boeing PT-13 Stearman (Serial No.), 41. The Heritage Flight Museum Stearman was donated to the museum by Bill Anders in August of 2000.
Cessna L-19/O-1 Bird Dog (Serial No.). This aircraft was purchased by Heritage flight museum in February of 2005, and came in the colours of a USAF O-1 typical of those flown during the Vietnam War, but was designated as a Cessna-Macone 305A.
Cessna O-2 Skymaster (Serial No. 68-6892), C/N 337M-0181, Reg. No. N3219K. This Skymaster was based at Hurlburt Field, Florida during the Vietnam era as a training aircraft.
Consolidated Vultee L-13 Grasshopper (Serial No.), LG-412. This airplane is a "fit-in-the-box" design. Using a Jeep as a standard unit of measurement, the military had the engineers designed the aircraft so it could be towed through a hole just large enough to accept a Jeep, with the wings folded back up against the tail, the stabilizer folded upward and the landing gear legs each rotated 180 degrees, which reduced its tread to that of a Jeep. This aircraft was donated by Bill & Valerie Anders to the Heritage Flight Museum in October of 2000.
de Havilland DHC-2 Beaver.
Douglas AD-4NA Skyraider (BuNo. 12695), C/N 7765, painted as an USAF A-1, “The Proud American”, Reg. No. NX965AD. This Skyraider was built in the early-50’s. While with the US Navy it served aboard the USS Kearsarge with VA-115 in 1953, off the coast of Korea. The cease-fire was called before it saw combat action, however the aircraft of VA-115 conducted DMZ patrols for the duration of the cruise. When it returned stateside it was stationed with FASRON 8 at Alameda before transitioning to FAETULANT in Norfolk, VA from November 1954 until August 1955. She ultimately entered storage at Litchfield Park in August 1957. She was stricken from the Navy list in July 1958, and left storage for France in March 1960. While with the French l’Armee de l’Air, our Skyraider was based at Chateaudun but served in Algeria in 1962, Djibouti in 1968, Madagascar in 1971, and Chad in 1976. It was sent to storage with Sogerma in September 1979 where it remained until 1983. The Musee de l’Air at Le Buurget acquired the aircraft in 1984, and sold it to a private owner in Belgium in 1985. This aircraft was purchased by Heritage Flight Museum in February of 2004 and very arduously flown, towed, cargoed, towed again, and flown again back to Bellingham from Belgium. (Heritage Flight Museum)
Fairchild PT-19A Cornell (Serial No.), 77, ED, C/N T42-1811, Reg. No. N977ED. The Heritage Flight Museum PT-19 was purchased in May 2003.
Interstate Cadet (Serial No. 109), built in June 1941, Reg. No. NC37266. This aircraft was being flown during the attack on Pearl Harbor by Pilot Cornellia Fort. It is on loan from Greg Anders's Lost Aviators fo Pearl Harbor.
MiG-21 Fishbed (Serial No. 5409).
Mitsubishi A6M2 Zero replica. 20th Century Fox commissioned to have readily available American war birds converted to closely resemble those of the Japanese Navy. N7757 started life as a Harvard Mark IV, a Canadian version of the venerable North American T-6 advanced trainer. The attention to detail in the conversion to an A6M2-21 Zero included the addition of 7.7mm machine guns over the engine cowl, a 20mm canon on each wing, and a cockpit canopy modified to the specifications of the original Zero. Even the detail of adding the three bladed prop, a tail arresting hook, and converting the formerly fixed tail wheel to a fully functional retractable tail wheel were accomplished. This aircraft is on loan to the Heritage Flight Museum from Greg Anders’ Lost Aviators of Pearl Harbor. (Heritage Flight Museum)
North American SNJ-4 Texan (Serial No.), 55, WA in US Navy colours. This aircraft was donated by Bill & Valerie Anders to the Heritage flight museum in October of 2000.
North American AT6-F Texan (Serial No. 42615), 44. This AT-6F was built by North American Aviation in Dallas, TX and was delivered to the US Army Air Forces on 23 March 1945. According to its records it spent the next 10 years attached to various Air Base Wings at Wright-Patterson AFB, Amarillo AFB, and Edwards AFB where it was converted to an ET-6F, and was used as an electronics testing platform. In December of 1954 it was sent to Davis-Monthan AFB for storage, and was ultimately dropped from the USAF inventory in September of 1955. In June 1957, the aircraft was sold by the USAF. Alan Anders, purchased the aircraft for his own use and to fly in support of the Museum in 2002. (Heritage Flight Museum)
North American T6D Texan (Serial No. ), "Hog Wild Gunner". Built in 1942, this T-6D was one of several sold to the Spanish Air Force as a trainer and attack aircraft. Because it was in a foreign country, it was not re-purchased by the US Army Air Forces for upgrade to the T-6G variant. It was brought back to the USA in 1991 with several other T-6’s, named “The Spanish Fly”, and returned to flying service in 1992. Greg Anders, purchased the aircraft for his own use and to fly in support of the Museum in 1999. (Heritage Flight Museum)
North American P-51D-30NT Mustang (Serial No. 45-11525), C/N 124-48278, FF-525, “Val Halla”, flown by Bill Anders, Reg. No. N151AF, previously served with the Texas Air National Guard and with the Indonesian Air Force. Donated by Bill to the museum when the museum was started in 1996, “Val-Halla” reflects the the colors of the 57th FIS (Fighter Interceptor Squadron), the Black Knights. This is the squadron Bill flew F-89’s with back in 1958. Bill raced this plane at Reno in 1997, ’98 and ’99 as race #68, commemorating the year Apollo 8 went to the moon. His best showing with this airplane was on a gusty race Sunday in ’97, taking third in the Unlimited Class Silver race. This airplane is named ‘Val-Halla’ to honor Bill’s wife (and museum secretary) Valerie. The name also reflects the fond memories Bill has for the time he spent in Iceland and the year he spent as Ambassador to Norway. Val-Halla is Viking heaven and Bill’s Air Force call sign was “Viking.” Donated to the Heritage Flight Museum by Bill & Valerie Anders in 1996. (Heritage Flight Museum)
Northrop F-89J Scorpion (Serial No. 53-2453), Reg. No. N16565. This Scorpion was manufactured by Northrop Aircraft, Palmdale CA and delivered to the USAF on 4 Feb 1955. It joined the 61st Fighter-Interceptor Squadron (Northeast Air Command) at Ernest Harmon AB, Stephenville, Newfoundland. In August of 1957 it was sent back to the Northrop plant in Palmdale for conversion to the J-model. In December of 1957 it was assigned to the 54th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron (Air Defense Command) at Ellsworth AFB SD, where she was deployed to Vincent AFB, AZ, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, and Glasgow AFB, MT. Her time with the Air National Guard started in October of 1960 when assigned to the 111th Consolidated Maintenance Squadron in Philadelphia, PA and later in April 1961 with the 103th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron also of Philadelphia, PA. In July of 1962 she moved to Montana where she served with the 186th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron and 120th Fighter Group, both in Great Falls. In November of 1966 she was dropped from the inventory and transferred to museum status. She served as a teaching tool to an aviation maintenance school at Helena Regional Airport, MT before being surplused once more and won by the Heritage Flight Museum in a GSA auction for $600. (Heritage Flight Museum)
(Mick Hersey Photo)
Vought F-8H Crusader, (BuNo. 147909), AJ 102, VF-111, Naval Air Detachment Park. This aircraft is on loan from the NMNA.
Brush Prairie, North American Trainer Association, 25801 NE Hinness Road.
North American T-6 Texan (Serial No. 66-2814), 51, Reg. No. N8994.
North American P-51D Mustang (Serial No. 44-72086), painted as (Serial No. 44-15137), LH-R, "Baby Duck", Reg. No. N251PW.
North American B-25 Mitchell (Serial No.).
North American T-28 Trojan (Serial No. ).
Chehalis, Veteran’s Memorial Museum, 100 Southwest Veterans Way, 98532.
Bell AH-1F Cobra Helicopter (Serial No. 68-17063), mounted on a pylon. (Dan Jones Photo)
North American P-51D-20NT Mustang (Serial No. 44-12858), ex-RAAF (Serial No. A68-643), restored as a TF-51D, CY-T, "Sonny Boy", Reg. No. N858F. Vista Charters LLC.
Everett, Paul Allen's Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum, Paine Field, 3407 109th St SW, 98204. www.flyingheritage.co. The web page for Warplane Survivors in Washington has become too large. In order to prevent it from crashing, the aircraft found in Paul Allen's Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum are listed on a separate web page.
Lear Jet “JetAir”, Reg. No. N407V, static display.
(Ryan Pemberton Photo)
Grumman JRF-6B Goose (Serial No. 66331), c/n 1161, Reg. No. N95467. Restored by Pemberton and Sons Aviation. Built in 1945, JRF-6B 1161 was originally delivered under lend-lease to the Royal Navy's Fleet Air Arm as FP511, where it served as W2R with 749 NAS in Trinidad. After the Second World War it was operated as "Excalibur IV" in the Caribbean. It eventually went to the Palm Springs Air Museum before coming to Pembertons. It is now airworthy.
Spokane, Honor Point Military and Aerospace Museum
Formerly the Fairchild Heritage Museum & Air Park, this museum is located near Spokane International Airport at T095 E Rutter Ave, Hangar Bay 3 Felts Field Flight Center. Fairchild Air Force Base, 92nd Combat Support Group, 99011. Fairchild AFB is located 20 km southwest of Spokane. The host unit is the 92nd Air Refueling Wing (92 ARW) assigned to Air Mobility Command’s 18th Air Force. Established in 1942 as the Spokane Air Depot, the AFB is named in honour of General Muir S. Fairchild (1894-1950). He was an aviator in the First World War who rose to become the Vice Chief of Staff of the USAF. Fairchild AFB is also home to the ANG 141st Air Refueling Wing. Both units fly the Boeing KC-135 Stratotanker. Fairchild AFB opened near Spokane, Washington, in late 1942 as an aircraft maintenance and supply depot, repairing some 1,750 B-17s as wells as B-24s and other aircraft during the Second World War. The 92nd Bomb Group and all its subsequent reincarnations have made the base their home since July of 1947.
Boeing B-52D Stratofortress (Serial No. 56-0676).
Cessna T-37 Dragonfly (Serial No.).
(Sgt. David Andersen, USAF Photo)
Convair F-102 Delta Dagger (Serial No. 56-1115), mounted on a pylon.
Douglas C-47 Skytrain (Serial No. 43-49526).
Douglas A-26B Invader (Serial No. 44-34423).
Lockheed T-33 Shooting Star (Serial No. 58-0532).
McDonnell F-101 Voodoo (Serial No. 58-0335), painted as (Serial No. 57-0439).
North American F-86A Sabre (Serial No. 48-0281).
Republic F-105 Thunderchief (Serial No. 57-08523).
Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington Air National Guard Museum, 141st ARW, 99011-5000.
North American F-86A Sabre (Serial No. 47-614).
North American F-86A Sabre (Serial No. 48-1086).
Federal Way, Jet Chevrolet
MiG-21 Fishbed (Serial No. 1109), Czech Air Force colours. This aircraft has been moved to the Classic Aircraft Aviation Museum, Hillsboro, Oregon.
Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Fort Lewis Military Museum
Bell UH-1D Iroquois helicopter (Serial No. ), no markings.
Joint Base Lewis-McChord, McChord Air Museum, Building 517, PO Box 4205, 98438-1109. Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM) is an American military installation located 9.1 miles (14.6 km) south-southwest of Tacoma, Washington under the jurisdiction of the United States Army Joint Base Garrison, Joint Base Lewis-McChord. The facility is an amalgamation of the United States Army's Fort Lewis and the United States Air Force's McChord Air Force Base which merged on 1 February 2010 into a Joint Base as a result of Base Realignment and Closure Commission recommendations of 2005. The McChord Air Museum features exhibits about McChord Field and a collection of restored military aircraft:
Beechcraft JRB-5 Expeditor, USN (BuNo. 89848), painted as USAF C-45H (Serial No. 52-10613).
Consolidated SA-10A Catalina USN (BuNo. 33993), USAAF (Serial No. 43-43847), painted as OA-10A (Serial No. 43-4033), which was based at McChord AFB in the late 1940s.
Convair F-102A Delta Dagger (Serial No. 56-1515).
Convair F-106A Delta Dart (Serial No. 56-0459).
Douglas B-18B Bolo (Serial No. 37-505).
Douglas B-23 Dragon (Serial No. 39-36).
Douglas TC-47D Skytrain (Serial No. 44-76502).
Douglas C-124C Globemaster II (Serial No. 52-0994). This aircraft was formerly under civilian registration N86599 and located for many years at the Detroit Institute of Aeronautics. On 9 October 1986 the aircraft was flown non-stop from Selfridge Air National Guard Base near Detroit, Michigan to McChord Air Force Base. While flying over Washington State the aircraft was joined by a Lockheed C-130 Hercules and Lockheed C-141 Starlifter of McChord's 62nd Military Airlift Wing. This is the last recorded flight of a C-124.
(Library and Archives Canada Photo)
Fairchild C-82 Packet, USAF (Serial No. 44-2300), ca 1950s.
Fairchild C-82A Packet (Serial No. 48-57574), CQ 574.
Fairchild-Republic A-10A Thunderbolt II (Serial No. 75-0270).
(Alan Wilson Photo)
Kaman HH-43A Huskie Helicopter (Serial No. 58-1833).
Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star (Serial No. 58-2106). This was the last T-33A built for the USAF.
(62 Wing Public Affairs Photo)
Lockheed C-130E Hercules (Serial No. 62-1789), painted in a Vietnam-era camouflage scheme.
Lockheed C-141B Starlifter (Serial No. 65-0277).
McDonnell CF-101F Voodoo (Serial No. 101022), painted in RCAF colours.
McDonnell-Douglas F-15A Eagle (Serial No. 76-0048).
North American F-86D Sabre Dog (Serial No. 52-3669) painted as 51-05976, FU-976.
Sikorsky HU-16 helicopter (Serial No. 27540).
Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Western Air Defense Sector (WADS) HQ
General Dynamics F-16A Fighting Falcon (Serial No. 82-0929), 119 FW/178 FS, ND ANG, mounted on a pylon.
McDonnell F-4C Phantom II (Serial No. 63-7584), mounted on a pylon.
Mukilteo, Future of Flight, 8415 Pain Field Blvd.
Mukilteo, Historic Flight Foundation at Kilo-7, 10719 Bernie Webber Drive, 98275.
Beechcraft Staggerwing D17S, USAAF GB-2, Reg. No. NC67737.
Canadair T-33 Silver Star, RCAF (Serial No. 21342), Reg. No. N144M, N303FS.
de Havilland Dragon Rapide (Serial No. 6782), Reg. No. G-AXHWm built in 1944.
Grumman F8F Bearcat (BuNo. 121752), USN 106, A, Reg. No. N7827C, N2YY, N800H.
(Clemens Vasters Photo)
North American P-51B-10NA Mustang (Serial No. 42-106638), E9-R, "Impatient Virgin", Reg. No. N5087F. John T. Sessions.
North American B-25D Mitchell (Serial No. 43-3318), ex-RCAF (Serial No. KL161), Reg. No. N88972, “Grumpy”.
Supermarine Spitfire LF Mk IXe, RAF (Serial No. SL633), DU-K, Czech JT-10, Israel 20-42, Burma UB-425.
Waco UPF-7 (Serial No. 5650), Reg. No. N32019, N32018.
Olympia, Olympia Flight Museum, 7637-A Old Highway 99 SE, 98501.
Aero L-39 Albatros (Serial No. 356), C/N 2314, Reg. No. N39VC.
BAC 167 Strikemaster (Serial No. XR366), C/N EEP/JP/1934, Reg. No. N72445.
Beechcraft E17L Staggerwing, C/N 196, Reg. No. N41663.
Bell UH-1H Iroquois Helicopter (Serial No. 66-17072), C/N 9266, Reg. No. N78NW.
Bell UH-1H Iroquois Helicopter (Serial No. 74-22360), C/N 13684.
Bell HH-1K Iroquois Helicopter (BuNo. 157183), 2, C/N 6307, Reg. No. NX6165X.
Bell TAH-1P Cobra Helicopter (Serial No. 77-22741), C/N 22079, Reg. No. N7239T, “Voodoo Venom”.
Bell TAH-1P Cobra Helicopter (Serial No. 76-22601), C/N 22035, Reg. No. N7239L.
Bell AH-1E Cobra Helicopter (Serial No. 77-22791), C/N 22129.
Boeing Stearman IB75A (Serial No. 75-2443), Reg. No. N56208.
Cessna T-37B Tweet (Serial No. 57-2305), 72353, C/N 40238.
Cessna A-37B Dragonfly (Serial No. 68-7975), C/N 43122, Reg. No. N396WM.
Douglas EA-1E Skyraider (BuNo. 135188), DR-21, C/N 10265, Reg. No. NX188BP.
Electric Lightning T55, (Serial No. ZF597), C/N 95024. 55-711, 1967.
Fairchild C-123B Provider (Serial No.).
Fieseler Fi-103-RIV Reichenberg.
Fouga CM-170R Magister, C/N 346, Reg. No. NX346DM.
Goodyear FG-1D Corsair (Serial No. 92436) RN FAA colours.
Grumman F4F-5 Wildcat (Serial No.).
Grumman FM-2 Wildcat (Serial No.).
Grumman (General Motors) TBM-3U Avenger (BuNo. 69325), T-88, C/N 2064, Reg. No. N325GT. USS Wolverine.
Hawker Hunter (Serial No. 500), C/N HABL-003361, Singapore Air Force colours.
Hughes OH-6A Cayuse (Serial No. 16435), C/N 108-0820, Reg. No. N41776.
Hunting P-84 Jet Provost (Serial No. XM357), C/N PAC/W/6314, Reg. No. N27357.
Let C-11 (Yak-11), C/N 25-III-25, Reg. No. NX25YK.
Lockheed F-104A Starfighter (Serial No. 56-0786), 909, G, C/N 183-1074, Reg. No. N66328, Royal Jordanian Air Force, 4215, airworthy.
Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-17F/PZL-Mielec Lim-5, C/N 1C1426, Reg. No. N1426D.
Mitsubishi A6M2 Zero (Serial No.), from the movie Tora, Tora, Tora.
North American AT-6F Texan (Serial No.), 25, C/N 121-42475, Reg. No. N2834D.
North American/CCF Harvard Mk IV Zero replica, (Serial No. CCF4-16), 3-183, Reg. No. NX15796.
North American B-25J Mitchell (Serial No. 130669), C/N 108-32207, Reg. No. NL3476G.
North American P-51D25NA Mustang (Serial No. 44-73436), ex-RCAF (Serial No. 9300), E2-C, No. 19, “American Beauty”, Reg. No. NL51KD.
North American Navion A, C/N NAV-4-214, Reg. No. N91159.
North American T-28 Trojan (Serial No.), parade float, USN colours.
Republic F-84F Thunderstreak (Serial No. 51-9420), project.
Ryan Navion B, C/N NAV-4-2255B, Reg. No. N5355K.
Sikorsky HH-52A Seaguard (BuNo. 46031), USCG 1447, C/N 62130.
Yakovlev Yak-18T, C/N 5200208, Reg. No. N416RG.
Yakovlev Yak-18T, C/N 22202044531, Reg. No. N644VM.
Yakovlev Yak-18T, C/N 22202034027, C-FTME.
Zlin Z-50LS, C/N 0063, Reg. No. N250LS.
Lockheed T-33 Shooting Star (Serial No. 52-9568), mounted on a pylon on Main Street.
Port Townsend, Port Townsend Aero Museum, 105 Airport Road, Jefferson County International Airport, 99368.
Aeronca 7-AC Champ.
Aeronca C-3 Master, C/N A-673, Reg. No. NC16529.
Aeronca L-3 Grasshopper (Serial No. 43-1044), 43-L.
Beechcraft C17-B Staggerwing.
Benny Howard DGA-4 replica.
Bowlus BA-100 Baby Albatross, C/N 174, Reg. No. NC17641.
Corben Baby Ace D, C/N 1, Reg. No. N49A.
Curtiss-Wright CW-1 Junior, replica, C/N CW-1001-71), Reg. No. NC7201C.
Globe GC-1A/C90 Swift, C/N 163, Reg. No. NC80760.
Howard DGA-4 replica, 38, “Mike”, Reg. No. NR3777.
Laister-Kauffman LK-10A (TG-4A) Glider, C/N 61, Reg. No. N53625.
Pietenpol Sky Scout, C/N 002, Reg. No. NX899EM.
Piper J3 Cub.
Ryan PT-22 Recruit, C/N 1812, Reg. No. N62130.
Schleicher Ka-6E Rhonsegler Glider, C/N 4010, Reg. No. N4784S.
Stinson SM-8A Detroiter (Blue), C/N 4098, Reg. No. NC930W.
Stinson SM-8A Detroiter (Green), C/N 4009, Reg. No. NC418M.
Stinson SR-10E Bushman Reliant.
Travel Air 400, C/N 850, Reg. No. NC9049.
Waco YKS-6, C/N 4508, Reg. No. NC16517.
Seattle, Museum of Flight, 9404 E Marginal Way S, 98108. The aircraft preserved in the Museum of Flight are listed on a separate page on this web site.
Seattle, Seatac Airport
Alexander Eaglerock, C/N 469, Reg. No. NC4648, in the rotunda at the south end of Concourse A at Seatac.
Stephenson, Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center Museum
Curtiss JN-4D Jenny (Serial No.).
Tillicum, Washington National Guard HQ, Camp Murray.
(Patrick Haskett Photo)
Bell AH-1F Cobra attack helicopter (Serial No. 68-15285), mounted on a pylon. Dedicated to the Memory of Major General George M. Haskett, the Adjutant General 1957 to 1965.
(Queen's Blessing Photo)
(WA ANG Museum Photo)
McDonnell F-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 57-0294), 141 FG/116 FIS, Washington Air National Guard.
Vancouver, Pearson Air Museum, 1115 E 5th, Green Hangar, Pearson Field, Vancouver, 98661.
Boeing PT-17 Kaydet (Serial No. 75-1942), “Cloud Dancer”, Reg. No. N53157.
Pilots from the 321st Observation Squadron photographed at Pearson Airfield in 1926. (Pearson Air Museum Photo)
(Pearson Air Museum Photos)
de Havilland DH-4 Liberty (R.A.I.D. 22-578), replica of an ;aircraft flown by Pearson Field's Commanding Officer, Lt. Oakley Kelly, in the 1920s.
(John Kloeper Photo)
Douglas DC-3A, C/N 1997, Reg. No. NC18121. Eastern Air Lines colours.
Experimental Fokker DR.1 (Serial No. 29590ABV), Reg. No. N43SB.
Experimental Owl Racer 71-B (Serial No. OR 71-B-RW1), Reg. No. N26RW.
Experimental Minicab (Serial No.), Reg. No. N 1615U.
Experimental Pete Bowers Curtiss Pusher (Serial No. 001), Reg. No. NX5704N.
Experimental Polen Special (Serial No. 101), Reg. No. N 106P.
Experimental SeaHawker (Serial No. 173), Reg. No. N 65059.
Experimental Student Prince X (Serial No. 002), Reg. No. N 10471.
Experimental WSA-1 (Serial No. 001), Reg. No. N 34517.
Fleet 2 (Serial No. 2561), Reg. No. N 794V.
North American SNJ-5 Texan (Serial No. 88-16498), Reg. No. N7979C.
North American T-28A Trojan, C/N 174-263, BB-31, Reg. No. N302NA.
Piper J-3C65 (Serial No.), C/N 16582, Reg. No. N5066E.
Piper J-3C65-L4A (Serial No. 43-29084).
Rearwin 9000 DL (Serial No. 637-D), Reg. No. N20746.
Ryan PT-22 (Serial No. 41-1936), Reg. No. N48778.
Ryan ST-A (Serial No. 322), Reg. No. N18923.
Stearman PT-13/R670 Kaydet, (Serial No. 812, C/N 75-166, “Dragon Lady”, Reg. No. N57444.
(Pearson Air Museum Photo)
TravelAir, 1929, Reg. No. N13907. This aircraft is on loan from local pilot Dana Anderson.
Voisin "Doubledecker" (Serial No. 617) with the Russian Air Force being inspected by German soldiers at Taganrog, postcardfrom the First World War, Spring 1918. (DeGolyer Library, Southern Methodist University Photo)
(Pearson Air Museum Photo)
Voisin LA-III, replica, C/N 27533SFB, Reg. No. N176V.
Whidbey Island, Naval Air Station Whidbey Island
Douglas A-3 Skywarrior (BuNo.).
Grumman KA-6D Intruder (BuNo. 149482), mounted on pylons.
Grumman A-6E Intruder (BuNo. 152907), C/N I-211, VA-128, mounted on pylons, on display in Oak Harbor Beach Park, Highway 20 at the north end of the city.
Grumman EA-6B Prowler (BuNo. 158036), mounted on pylons, on display in Oak Harbor Beach Park, Highway 20 at the north end of the city.
Grumman EA-6B Prowler (BuNo. 156478).
Lockheed P2V Neptune (Serial No.).
Lockheed P-3B Orion (Serial No. 152764).
Yakima, McAllister Museum of Aviation, 2008 S 16th Ave, 98903.
Carbon Cub FX.
Grumman AA5A-0144 Cheeta, Reg. No. N9744U.
Marquart Charger MA-5.
Stinson Model 108 Voyager.
(Duke le Palois Photos)
Mitsubishi G4M1 Isshikirikko (Betty) (Serial No. 70), static display. This aircraft is now in the hands of a private collector in Washington state.