1970 B1-A Lancer featured an ejectable crew feature and geometry wings. Only four of these bombers were built before the program was cancelled in the late 1970's.
1950 B-57 Canberra was highly useful in the Vietnam War and was modeled after the "English Electric Canberra." This bomber in particular, attacked the Ho Chi Minh Trail and Mekong Delta.
1943 UC-45 Expeditor was a light bomber during World War II. Over 5,000 were delivered to the US Army and Navy and this model was manufactured for 32 years.
1961 F100D Super Sabre was the first bomber to break the sound barrier during level flight.
Primary Glider is a German made glider that does not use power to fly.
1962 F101B Voodoo was a single seater escort plane for the B-36 bomber. There were made obsolete however by the B-52 bomber jet and re-designed into other types of fighter bombers.
1963 F102A Delta Dagger features a flying surface that is a perfect triangle. This aircraft was used in the U.S. Air Force for roughly 20 years in the 1950's through the 1970's.
1952 T-33A T-Bird was the first jet to ever enter service with the U.S. Air Force. Almost 6.000 of these were built and heavily relied up on in the USAF from 1949-1959.
1964 F-104C Starfighter was the first plane to be able to sustain a Mach 2 speed. The plane on display flew in two deployments in the early 1960's and was retired in 1975.
Fun places to visit, events & what to do last minute: Great Attractions near me & Free Activities
Fun places to visit: PA, New Mexico, NY, TN, Nebraska, NC, MI, UT, MD, GA, Hawaii, CT, VA, IL, ID, OR, SC