Connecticut ANG - 103rd FG, Windsor Locks

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Address(1)Bradley International Airport
CityWinsor Locks

Exhibits - By Primary role
Attack - 'A' 1962-Present
 Fairchild-Republic A-10A (Thunderbolt II) Serial No: 79-0103 
Fighter - 'F' 1948-Present
 Convair GF-102A (Delta Dagger) Serial No: 56-1264  
 North American F-100D (Super Sabre) Serial No: 55-3805 


Reviews / Comments by our visitors
 Steve Weaver
 , Texas

When I was a kid that F-102 was located in front of the hotel on the road leading in to Bradley Intl Airport. This would have been back in the late 60s to early 70s. I'm pretty sure it was there when I went in to the Navy in 1975.
04/03/2015 @ 17:24 [ref: 55758]
 Ken Neubeck
 Patchogue, New York

Before I visited the New England Air Museum, I was fortunate to obtain permission ahead of time from the base to photograph the three aircraft located just inside the gate of the ANG base for a book project that I am doing. Both the A-10A and the F-102A were in good shape, considering that they are outside all-year round in the tough New England climate. The New England Air Museum is located one mile away from the entrance to the base.
04/20/2007 @ 10:08 [ref: 5844]
 , Connecticut

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08/23/2002 @ 09:47 [ref: 2409]
 Mac Pope, USAF, ret
 New London, Connecticut

Great Web Site It prompted me to visit the NE Air Museum, Windsor Locks -fascinating. best of luck!
03/21/2001 @ 14:07 [ref: 965]
 Paul Michaud
 , Connecticut

The A-10A and the F-100D are both mounted on pedestals and the F-102 is free standing. All have the correct markings for their respective time period. These aircraft are located at the entrance of the Bradley Air National Guard Base in a memorial park for all past and present CTANG members. The exhibits are only open to the public during the airport open house (usualy in June) allthough they are easily viewed from outside the main gate. This would be a nice quick stop on your way to the New England Air Museum which is about a mile and a half down Perimmeter Road (left at the main gate).
02/26/2001 @ 21:24 [ref: 881]

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