| Dale Williams|
we have a F100D that we are mounting in a static display. How do you lift this airplane when using a crane.
09/11/2010 @ 03:34 [ref: 10787]
, New Mexico
Wheres the info on the QF-106 on display?
07/13/2010 @ 19:33 [ref: 9666]
| Bill Haddock|
Holloman AFB, New Mexico
Heritage Park at Holloman AFB now includes an F-117A, probably the best static F-117A around. Worth a look.
04/22/2008 @ 13:08 [ref: 7402]
| William Biggerstaff|
Alamogordo, New Mexico
The aircraft have been relocated to "Heritage Park" which is on the main road going onto the base from the main gate.The aircraft are arranged in chronological order in a semi-circle pattern except for the F-15 which is inside the half circle.The area is used for special occasions such as change of command Etc..The aircraft are well maintained by the 49th corrosion control shop.They have installed an astro-turf type material around the area and lights to highlight the aircraft at night.A new museum has been built behind this area and is worth a look see.My only complaint is that as a former F-105 Pneudraulics Technician I tend to be critical of F-105 displays that have not been painted properly.The F-105 at Holloman is painted in the Viet-nam scheme but the tail number graphics are incorrectly done.They have also painted the four speed brake petals gloss black and they should be in natural unpainted titanium finish.
01/11/2007 @ 21:45 [ref: 5537]
| Scott Swindle|
White Sands, New Mexico
Excellent fighter aircraft display; all the aircraft seem to be in good condition. I heard a rumor that a new PX/Commissary is going to be built where the airplane park is, so I guess all the aircraft would be relocated sometime in the future. Of course, you know how rumors go...
03/23/2003 @ 03:12 [ref: 2809]
| Larry gulliford|
This is an excellent aircraft display. I visited it over the summer.
09/27/2000 @ 23:04 [ref: 472]