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Aircraft Type: Transport
Aircraft Status: Unrestored
Manufacturer: Lockheed Aircraft Corporation
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1942
Remarks: The Lockheed C-60 was a WWII-era build of the civilian Lockheed Model 18 transport aircraft.

Aircraft Type: Test/Experimental
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Douglas Aircraft Company
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1947
Remarks: One of three Skyrockets built. Aircraft used to study transonic and supersonic flight characteristics.

Aircraft Type: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Unrestored
Manufacturer: North American Aviation
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1956
Remarks: Converted to QF-100D Target Drone. Suffered tail damage in 1988 when hit by AIM-120 air-to-air missile fired from F-15 at Holloman AFB.

Aircraft Type: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Unrestored
Manufacturer: Republic
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1951
Remarks: The F-84F 'Thunderstreak' was a swept-wing design of the earlier straight-wing 'Thunderjet.' The swept wing provided better aerodynamics and performance.

Aircraft Type: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1955
Remarks: This aircraft was originally based at El Toro Marine Corps Air Station.

Aircraft Type: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Boeing Airplane Company
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1925
Remarks: One of only 27 FB-5 variants built.

Aircraft Type: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Unrestored
Manufacturer: North American Aviation
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1954
Remarks: Single seat fighter-bomber with U.S. Navy from 1955 until 1962.

Aircraft Type: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Restoring to Flight
Manufacturer: Hispano Aviacion
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1954
Remarks: Spanish licensed-built Messerschmitt Bf-109. Aircraft served with Spanish Air Force and has appeared in numerous films.

Aircraft Type: Transport
Aircraft Status: Restoring to Static Display
Manufacturer: Lockheed Aircraft Corporation
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1943
Remarks: Private aircraft of Senator Lyndon Baines Johnson in late 1940s.

Aircraft Type: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Gloster Aircraft Company
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1948
Remarks: This aircraft served with the Royal Air Force Air Defense System from 1948 to 1954.

Aircraft Type: Interceptor
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Mikoyan-Gurevich Design Bureau
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1970
Remarks: Flown by Czech Republic Air Force.

Aircraft Type: Trainer
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: PZL-Mielec
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1970
Remarks: Polish-built jet trainer for Warsaw Pact nations.

Aircraft Type: Reconnaissance/Liaison
Aircraft Status: Restoring to Flight
Manufacturer: North American Aviation
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1943
Remarks: Observation aircraft developed prior to WWII. During the war, the O-47 served as a target tug, coastal patrol, and anti-submarine patrol.

Aircraft Type: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Lockheed Aircraft Corporation
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1945
Remarks: First American jet fighter to see combat during the Korean War (as the F-80).

Aircraft Type: Air Racer
Aircraft Status: Replica
Manufacturer: Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Company
Location: Chino
Year Built: Based on 1925 aircraft
Remarks: Replica of aircraft that Jimmy Doolittle won 1925 Schneider Trophy.

Aircraft Type: Reconnaissance/Liaison
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Republic Aviation
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1952
Remarks: The 'Thunderflash' was the photo reconnaissance version of the F-84F fighter. This aircraft was one of 25 modified for aerial hook-up to B-36 bombers.

Aircraft Type: Trainer
Aircraft Status: Unrestored
Manufacturer: North American Aviation
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1960
Remarks: Provided introductory jet aircraft training to U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps student aviators from 1959 until 2008.

Aircraft Type: Transport
Aircraft Status: Unrestored
Manufacturer: Beech Aircraft Corporation
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1954
Remarks: One of the longest production runs for any aircraft. From 1937 until 1969 over 9,000 were built.

Aircraft Type: Test/Experimental
Aircraft Status: Replica
Manufacturer: Bell Aircraft Company
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1989
Remarks: Replica built for the premiere episode of TV series 'Quantum Leap.'

Aircraft Type: Bomber
Aircraft Status: Unrestored
Manufacturer: Boeing Airplane Company
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1948
Remarks: Fuselage only; This aircraft, “Lucky Lady II” was the first aircraft to fly nonstop around the world (1949).

Lockheed P-38J 'Lightning'

Aircraft Type: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Flying Aircraft
Manufacturer: Lockheed Aircraft Corporation
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1944
Remarks: Museum’s aircraft served with the 483 Air Base Squadron in Santa Maria, California during WWII.

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