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|A wonderful array of aircraft spread over a large out door display||12/13/2005||441|
|Historical Layer: 28 May 1994|
Neither of these aircraft were flyable, instead serving as static test articles. The two aircraft are the B-2 static test airframes, referred to as "iron birds". In 2004, one of the test articles (s/n AT-1000) built without engines or instruments for static testing was placed on display at the National Museum of the United States Air Force near Dayto...
|This one at Luke AFB Phoenix.||12/02/2007||387|
|This one at Edinburgh Airport Turnhouse.||12/22/2006||425|
|This map reflects the findings of Freedom House's 2006 survey Freedom in the World, concerning the state of world freedom in 2005.|
green - Free. Freedom House considers these states to be liberal democracies.
orange - Partly Free
red - Not Free
|Last bit of F-117 visible in the US under the new imagery as in GE 4.0 Beta, without it being a static display version etc.||08/10/2006||539|
|A F-4 Phantom and a F-86 Sabre with several Helicopters on display at the side of the Freeway in Austin, Texas||01/11/2008||306|
|F-4 Phantom on Static Display in Austin, Texas||01/16/2008||729|
|Iraqi SU-7 at Nellis AFB, Static display||01/27/2007||1,442|
|A Spitfire on display at RAF Northolt||01/17/2008||283|
USN Fighter Squadron VF-191, at NAS Oakland, CA.
USN Jet Training Squadron VT-23, at NAS Kingsville, TX.
7/1965: Sent to the AMARC bone yard.
10/1966: Sent to NARF Cherry Point, NC.
Currently on display in small fenced area beside US Highway 17 near Craven County Hospital, New Bern, NC.
|At first view this looks like a comprehensive Air Museum, but it is the static display of the biennial Singapore Air Show of February 2008(image dated 25 September 2008). The Airbus 380 had to be towed from the international airport along a 6 lane highway that can double as a runway.|