1939 J-3-65 Piper Cub is a smaller sized craft originally manufactured in the 1930's and phased out in the mid 70's. This aircraft can still be purchased today, but with an upgraded engine and the new name of Super Cub. This plane was also typically used in civilian pilot training programs.
1958 F-86H Sabre Jet was the very first jet to exceed the speed of sound on April 26th, 1948 while performing a dive. It also features a swept wing, the first for America, and was made infamous in the Korean War.
1975 F14-A Tomcat can achieve a 2 Mach speed and extended wings that are able to form right angles. This jet is used to launch missiles and locate enemy aircraft.
1938 B-18A Bolo was the aircraft manufactured to replace the Martin B-10 for the U.S. Army Corps.
1968 FB-111A Aardvark was a strike fighter used as a Fleet Defense Interceptor for the U.S. Navy. This fighter plane was also the first to use geometric wing technology.
X-Wing Starfighter is an aircraft built or the Star Wards Movies. This exhibit is one of the most popular attractions at the museum and was built as a promotional item in 1996 to announce the unveiling of the completed trilogy. The craft is taken care of by a special team of volunteers.
1972 Corsair II was first flown in 1965 and is a single seater with remarkable target kill capacity. This aircraft also has subsonic close air support.
1926 Eaglerock is also known as "longwing" because the lower wings are longer than the top wings. This plane was designed to perform at high altitudes, but was dropped shortly after being manufactured.
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