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  • Gary Lewallen

    Aerial view of B-52s and other aircraft slowly being scrapped in the desert.

  • Suzanne Alsup

    Retired B-52s are stored at the 309th AMARG (formerly AMARC), a desert storage facility often called the "Boneyard" at Davis-Monthan AFB near Tucson, Arizona.[158]

  • Ruth Kneale

    Tucson, Arizona (as a child) (This is the AMARC aka Boneyard)

  • Miss Tilly

    Aircraft boneyard

  • David Holmes

    Retired B-52s are stored in the boneyard at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base.

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October 1952, F-84G Thunderjets of the 27th Fighter Escort Wing fly over an Air Force C-124 Globemaster II at a Japan Air Defense Force base in northern Japan. The F-84s flew 7,800 miles from their home base to Japan and set a new record for over-water flight by single-engine fighter aircraft. They flew the last 2,575 miles of their trip using in-flight refueling. (source US Air Force)

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