Airplanes on sticks, gate guards, museum exhibits and memorials
|Air Force Century Series Fighters||F100, F101, F102, F104, F105, F106, and F107|
|Early Air Force Jet Fighters||F84, RF84, F86, F89, XF91, F94|
|The Ubiquitous T-Bird||T-33, including F-80|
|The F-4 Phantom||Popular enough for its own list|
|Douglas Invaders||A-26/B-26, Whatever you call 'em, fine aircraft|
|Helicopters||All services, combatant, logistical and rescue, except for:.....|
|Hueys and Cobras||The most popular "Helos on a stick"|
Gallery of special photos
Our Links Page for Aviation Museums
|Aircraft Nicknames||Richard Caldwell provided this list, with other contributors helping as well|
|UK Survivors List||Allan Barkley's compilation of aircraft in the UK|
|Aviation Movies||A compilation of movies with aviation content|
|Seasnake!||Gordon Permann's stories and photos - USN Helos - ASW & rescue|
Links to Other Sites
|US Military Aviation Designation Systems||Andreas Parsch has all the facts.|
|Joe Baugher's Home Page||Joe tracks all the serial numbers since US military aviation began. We cross check our spots with his records.|
|National Warbird Registry||This is a very good source of info on flying warbirds, which we don't cover very well.|
Send us a Spotting Report!
We are always happy to get updates, additions and in particular, photos of the aircraft on the list.
Our emphasis is on showing the condition and circumstances of the actual aircraft displays.
Photos do not have to have artistic merit, but should show the actual aircraft and its environment.
Clearly seen tail numbers are a plus! (Note: Please do not send a photo unless you have publishing rights for it.)
Important Note: ALL of our information is from
contributors and online sources such as Joe Baugher's list.
We do not have any independent resources or references.
If you have a question, we may possibly be able to point you somewhere, but we normally don't have any additional information on any of the aircraft.
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. We try to be consistent with out formatting, such as listing all states the same way (GA) so you can search by state.
Ben Marselis supplied the original text list many years ago, and gave us
permission to publish it.
Mark Wilkinson, Bill Parrish, John Kerr, Dean Boys, Duncan Curtis, Bill Kistler, Paddy Ballard, Gerald McMasters, Stuart Lacy, Mark D. Harlin,
Mark O. Williams, Eric Renth, Derek Olson, Martin Keenan, Glenn Chatfield
Dennis Buley, Patrick Champ, Vince Horan, Jim Houston, Terry Martin, Blake Palmer, Fred Pierce, Buck Rigg, Randy Ryman,
Ben Schapiro, John Simonson, John Walker, Colin Erith, Mark Lauter, Denis Plumly, Kevin Kearney, Jim Bates,
Dave Hill, Jason Unwin, Bryon Simmons, Thierry Van Pevenaeyge, Clifford Bossie, Roy Hauer,
Dwayne Allen Day, Mark Natola, David Hambrock, Dan Goss, James Kinter, Michael Carr, David Schultz,
ScottVetter, Peter van Kaathoven, Bob Johnson, Dale Jensen, Philippe Colin, Mark Swisher, Al Rankin,
John Kessler, J.Y. Miller, Robert B. Lumpkin, Jr., Thomas Day, Hy Yarchun, Tim Heck, Larry Lee, Jack Polaritz,
Rob Bennett, Dave Peel, Walter Powell, Jr., Tom Isbell, Bill Emery, Ray Veilleux, Allan Barley,
Mariano Abel de la Cruz, Bib Binder, Bob Syzdek, Lee Morgan, Randy Haskin, Mark Morgan, Larry (Brushface), George Benoit
|Carolinas Aviation Museum||Charlotte (NC)||Our current favorite place to hang out|
|Our B-17/B-24 Trip||Hilton Head Island (SC)||The meaning of Veteran's Day, courtesy of the Collings Foundation|
|Air and Missile Museum||Florence (SC)||We visited this museum for three years, sadly now it's gone.|
|The Mighty Eighth Air Force Heritage Museum||Savannah (GA)||Our home town attraction|
|Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum||Charleston (SC)||Another fun place to visit|
|Valiant Air Command||Titusville (FL)||Warbirds!|
|John Kessler's Huey||Ft. Lauderdale (FL)||A unique project|
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