Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona

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  1. James Pickering

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    The Pima Air Space Museum is a jewel for Military Aircraft devotees:

    Two hangars are dedicated to WWII aircraft and include a B-17, B-24, B-25, B-29 (2), C-47, etc. along with a growing exhibit of fighter aircraft. The latest addition is a fully restored German V1 "Doodlebug" complete with its transporter -- FIESELER Fi103-A1 (V-1) HOELLENHUND SERIAL NUMBER 121536

    http://www.pimaair.org/images/stories/buzzbomb_med.jpg

    Following is a truly marvelous gallery of photographs that I am sure every enthusiast will enjoy:

    http://unicycling.smugmug.com/gallery/146897
     
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    Youre lucky to be living near that museum.

    Thanks for the links!
     
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    That he is. Good stuff James, great links.
     
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    Thanks syscom3 Gnomey. I now realize that I posted this in the wrong section -- I have re-posted it in Warbird Displays.
     
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