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The Bone Yard near Davis Monthan Air Force Base in Tucson, Arizona is not privately owned in fact it belongs to the military. These locations are selected for the boneyards in the deserts are due t…

Google Earth image of an airplane graveyard.

The World's Most Bizarre Aircraft Graveyards

The AMARC, (Aerospace Maintenance And Regeneration Center) Davis-Monthan Air Base, outside Tucson, Arizona

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BURNING MAN : Black Rock desert, Nevada - a city of people for one week# festival of Burning Man

The might of the industrial capacity of the U.S during the war.

Corsairs and Hellcats being stored in a Navy dirigible hangar before being shipped out to the fleet,

One of the biggest airplane graveyards, it’s often simply referred to as ‘The Boneyard’ – the Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Center (AMARC) is to be found on the premises of Davis Monthan Air Force Base, southeast of Tucson.

One of the biggest airplane graveyards, it& often simply referred to as & Boneyard& & the Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Center (AMARC) is to be found on the premises of Davis Monthan Air Force Base, southeast of Tucson.

This was a Photoshop Mod of an AN-225. A 6 engine Twin Tail Cargo plane. not an 18 engine, Quad Tail plane.

It was the grandest sight at the air fair in Paris: the Antonov 225 is the biggest airplane in the world. Even larger than the new Airbus

F-107 Nighthawk aka Stealth Fighter. All have since been retired from active service after only a 15 yr career

Stealth fighter aircraft from the Tactical Fighter Wing, Tonopah Test Range, Nev., line the runway after arriving for an overnight stay while deploying to Saudi Arabia during Operation Desert Shield. (photo by Lietmotiv)

The World's Most Bizarre Aircraft Graveyards

The World's Most Bizarre Aircraft Graveyards

Where do aircraft go to rust away after death? Often, their final resting places are more emotionally evocative than human cemeteries.

Frozen in Time For 50 Years, This WW2 B-29 Kee Bird Was Almost Rescued (Watch)

Frozen in Time For 50 Years, This WW2 B-29 Kee Bird Was Almost Rescued (Watch)

Jim Allen said: Kee Bird, Frozen in Time For 50 Years, She Was Almost Rescued (Watch)The Kee Bird was a United States Army Air Forces Superfortress, of the Reconnaiss.

US Navy - F-18 Super Hornet or the "Bug"...sick near vertical practice bombing run.

An Hornet from Air Test and Evaluation Squadron Two Three releases 1000 pound bombs during a series of Advanced Targeting Forward Looking Infrared (ATFLIR) adjacent stores release tests over the Atlantic Test Range.

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