AMRC military airplane boneyard 1
At Davis-Monthan AFB. Can anyone ID these planes?
AMRC military airplane boneyard 2 (1.53 mi / 2.46 km)
Airplane Graveyard (1.69 mi / 2.71 km)
Pima Air and Space Museum (2.22 mi / 3.57 km)
Baseball fields (4.67 mi / 7.52 km)
IBM Facility (5.91 mi / 9.51 km)
Arizona Stadium (6.93 mi / 11.16 km)
Carnegie Institution Desert Laboratory (9.44 mi / 15.19 km)
Rillito Park Racetrack (10.30 mi / 16.58 km)
Casas Adobes Safeway supermarket parking lot (13.59 mi / 21.86 km)
Catalina Honor Camp (Ruins) (14.15 mi / 22.77 km)
From: Ravendark54There are several C-130's, some KC-10's, at least one AWACS, aircraft, several a-10's and a small squadron of F-14 Tomcats.
Sun Aug 21 00:35:58 -0700 2005
(used Neave Lab's Flash Earth to help w/ the ID.)
From: joestegmaierThere are also several B-52's and what look like C-141's. I think I saw some F-15's and what might be F-5's.
Mon Aug 22 06:22:35 -0700 2005
From: OmnicydeThe boneyard holds all those aircraft and more... It includes F-16s, F-4s, A-10s, and more recently, four B1-B Lancers. Navy planes end up there as well; F-18s are all over that place. Those god-huge planes are C-5s.
Fri May 26 23:06:46 -0700 2006
From: AlanAt the northwest corner of the planeyard, you can clearly see where on old runway ends. Zoom out and you'll see that the runway is now used as a road!
Sat May 27 04:37:56 -0700 2006
From: burlapThe street marked Coolage Ave. is also known the hall of fame. There are F-4's, P-3 orions (prop planes with the long tail boom), wb-57, a-6, misc. helicopters
Thu Nov 23 15:12:13 -0800 2006
From: plane guyMD-80 (or military equivalent)
Tue Dec 11 12:32:00 -0800 2007
OV-10 (small twin tail prop)
737-200 (or military equivalent)
From: chicherA6's, F4's,OV10, 727 and what everybody else said
Tue Mar 10 15:16:52 -0700 2009
From: chichera-7's a-4's, hueys, cobras,
Tue Mar 10 15:19:03 -0700 2009
From: chicherE2c's, C-2's
Tue Mar 10 15:23:07 -0700 2009
From: chicherlearjet, fanjetfalcon, F-104
Tue Mar 10 15:31:11 -0700 2009
From: jamesb298Not even kidding, it says "Hi mom" in the field on the very top right corner of the airfield right before where the houses start, did anyone else notice this?
Tue Mar 10 18:35:13 -0700 2009
From: thegreatactThere are lots of different kinds of Aircraft here. I will list them by Type:
Thu Apr 02 23:03:14 -0700 2009
F-14, F-4, F-16, F-105, F-111, F-15, F-5, F/A-18, F-104, F-84, F-100
A-4, A-5, A-7, A-10
C-130, KC-135, C-141, C-40, C-21, C-22, C-5
UH-1, UH-60, SH-3, MH-53, AH-1
T-6, T-45, T-2, T-34, T-37, T-38
From: tehmikeLooks like 60-70 F-4 Phantoms (maybe more) of various types, almost as many A-4 Skyhawks, S-3 Viking ASW aircraft, C-130s, B-1B Lancers, B-52s, some F-111 Aardvarks, C-141s, a few old Tomcats, F-8 Crusaders, quite a few F-16s, and many small prop airplanes and helicopters. Some A-10s, and if you look carefully, you can find an old Flying Boat in there (It has two wingroot mounted turboprops and has spade shaped wings)
Tue Apr 28 09:32:02 -0700 2009
From: SU-47 Berkutthere isnt any f-5's in there i think those are f-20's. but there is also f-4's, a-10's, c-5's, f-111's, b-52's, c-130's, kc-135's, b-1b's, av-8's, ah-1's, f-16's, f-14's, i dont think those are 727's because they dont have a third engine in front of the tail, awac's, uh-1's, and i cant tell if those are f-15's or not and i dont see any f-18's either
Thu Oct 15 13:48:10 -0700 2009
From: cae29wuhI saw an F100 and an F106 many F4s, f14s, KC-135s, f111s, F15s, A10, P3s, C130s, C2, E2, SH3s, AH1s, C141, B1B, CH47/46s, F18s, C5As, T33s, C123s, F16s. It is sad to see such glorious aircraft in these various states of disrepair/destruction.
Mon Dec 27 15:06:39 -0800 2010
From: frig8Did anyone notice the helicopter in flight in the middle of the base?
Sat Jul 07 09:14:57 -0700 2012