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    Aircraft Boneyards

    Here is a link to more info about bone yards. There are links to each of them to provide more info and videos.

    https://www.airplaneboneyards.com/ai...st-and-map.htm
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    Pretty neat web-sight Milton. I can see spending mucho time on it. It's a cold, calculated governmental money decision to get rid of/scrap 'obsolete' aircraft' after their service life is finished. I just wish the government could have put aside X amount of WWII aircraft,...knowing they would have a bright future with restorers and aviation museums.
    ..."He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain what he cannot lose" -Jim Elliot

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    Quote Originally Posted by brad kaste View Post
    I just wish the government could have put aside X amount of WWII aircraft,...knowing they would have a bright future with restorers and aviation museums.
    This is the most depressing and sad quotes from the Kingman article:
    In subsequent months, brand new aircraft directly from assembly lines were even disposed of at Kingman.
    ..
    In addition, 38 of the military’s 118 Consolidated (Convair) B-32 "Dominator" heavy bombers were flown to Kingman, many directly from the assembly line in Fort Worth.
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