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This past weekend, I went with a friend out to the Pima Air & Space Museum in Tucson located next to Davis Monathan AFB. I really have to say “WOW” about that place. It has one of the most comprehensive collections that I have yet seen in an air museum. I’ll share a few photos here

some air team aircraft

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a Tomcat in one of my favorite marking schemes

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an original Phantom

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An overview of some of the outdoor displays

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This C-130 I had to photograph, as it was from the Tennessee ANG, who flew support for my class in Jump School at Ft Benning once upon a time. I had to wonder if I had jumped from this particular Herky Bird.

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There is even a museum within the museum, dedicated to the 390th Bomb Group, that has a complete WWII history of that Group in WWII.

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Long story short, I took slightly over 100 photos, and would have taken far more, until my phone battery was on its last legs. Here is a link to my postimage album with the rest of the photos

https://postimg.cc/gallery/kXb8R8G

If you’re ever in the Tucson area, make it a goal to see this place! It’s an all day affair.

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