Hal Neufmille

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North American XB-70A Valkyrie 1964-65 (par amphalon)

This is the North American Aviation Valkyrie gigantic supersonic strategic nuclear bomber, that never entered service. There were only two prototypes built of the Valkyrie, before the project was cancelled. The supersonic bomber powered by six

Century Series Fighters: F-100 Super Sabre, F-101 Woodoo, F-102 Delta Dagger, F-104 Starfighter, F-105 Thunderchief, F-106 Delta Dart

Century Series Fighters: F-100 Super Sabre, F-101 Woodoo, F-102 Delta Dagger, F-104 Starfighter, F-105 Thunderchief, F-106 Delta Dart

SR-71 cockpit co-pilot seat

This Blackbird cockpit got more flight time than all of the other Blackbird aircraft put together, and every single SR pilot, at one point or another, had their hands on these stick and throttles. This is the one and only simulator.

1st year Capt. Christopher Stricklin ejected from his USAF Thunderbird aircraft at an airshow at Mountain Home Air Force Base

Pilot error caused a U. Air Force Thunderbirds to crash shortly after takeoff at an air show Sept. at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho. The pilot ejects seconds before the jet hits the ground and lived to fly another day.

Tomcat

Tomcat Call today or stop by for a tour of our facility! Indoor Units Available! Ideal for Outdoor gear, Furniture, Antiques, Collectibles, etc.

The B-24 Liberator was designed in 1939 as a replacement for the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress. Its roomy fuselage and high aspect ratio Davis wing enabled the B-24 to fly higher, farther, and to carry a greater bomb load than the B-17. A total of 18,481 examples were built, making it the most widely produced U.S. military aircraft to date. Pictured at Kermit Weeks' Fantasy of Flight,Polk City,Florida.

The B-24 Liberator was designed in 1939 as a replacement for the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress. Its roomy fuselage and high aspect ratio Davis wing enabled the B-24 to fly higher, farther, and to carry a greater bomb load than the B-17. A total of 18,481 examples were built, making it the most widely produced U.S. military aircraft to date. Pictured at Kermit Weeks' Fantasy of Flight,Polk City,Florida.