The Pima Aircraft Museum In Arizona

Photography by Gary Horrocks
Gary Horrocks found himself (!) in Arizona this week, at the Pima Museum - basically a piece of desert across the highway from Davis-Monthan Air Base. A refreshing change from sportscar racing, with another gallery to come during Easter.
”There are four hangers that house some of the more elaborately restored WWII aircraft, while the rest are pretty much scattered across the desert, but in an organized way. There are something like 250 aircraft on site. Unfortunately, the weather is taking its toll on some of the planes, as you can tell, but it is probably better in the desert than many other places. This is probably the greatest display in the western states, and is possibly only bettered by the Air Force and Navy Air museums as far as actual planes viewable on site. I'll make it to those someday. The museum’s website is www.pimaair.org.”
         
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Airforce One
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B-17G
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Boeing B-29
         
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Boeing B-52G
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Boeing EB-47E Stratojet
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Business End Of A Warthog
         
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Consolidated B-24J Liberator
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Convair B-58A Hustler
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Douglas A4D-2 SkyHawk
         
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Douglas C-124 Globemaster
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Douglas F4D-1 Skyray
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Grumman F-11A Tiger - Blue Angel
         
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