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Aircraft Type: Trainer
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Aero Vodochody
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1971
Remarks: This was the standard trainer aircraft for all Warsaw Pact nations during the Cold War.

Aircraft Type: Trainer
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Aero Vodochody
Location: Grand Canyon/Valle
Year Built: 1969
Remarks: The 'Delfin' (Dolphin) served in basic, intermediate, and weapons training roles for the Soviet Air Force and other Warsaw Pact nations.

Aircraft Type: Air Racer
Aircraft Status: Replica
Manufacturer: Aeronautica Macchi
Location: Chino
Year Built: Based on 1926 aircraft
Remarks: This aircraft won the 1926 Schneider Trophy.

Aircraft Type: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Aeroplanes Hanriot et Cie
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1917
Remarks: WWI Combat Veteran

Aircraft Type: Dive Bomber
Aircraft Status: Restoring to Flight
Manufacturer: Aichi Kokuki KK
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1943
Remarks: When complete, it will be only D3A “Val” flying.

Aircraft Type: Interceptor
Aircraft Status: Replica
Manufacturer: Bachem Werke GmbH
Location: Chino
Year Built: Based on 1945 aircraft
Remarks: First aircraft to make a vertical take-off.

Aircraft Type: Sport Aircraft
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Barney Oldfield Aircraft Company
Location: Grand Canyon/Valle
Year Built: 1999
Remarks: Scaled-down homebuilt of 'Great Lakes Sports Trainer.'

Aircraft Type: General Aviation
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Bede Aircraft Corporation
Location: Grand Canyon/Valle
Year Built: 1986
Remarks: Over 5,000 kits of this aircraft were sold in the 1970s.

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: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Restoring to Static Display
Manufacturer: Bell Aircraft Company
Location: Storage
Year Built: 1942
Remarks: WWII Combat Veteran

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.'

Bell YP-59A 'Airacomet'

Aircraft Type: Test/Experimental
Aircraft Status: Restoring to Flight
Manufacturer: Bell Aircraft Company
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1942
Remarks: When complete, it will be only YP-59A “Airacomet” flying.

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: 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).

Boeing P-26A 'Peashooter'

Aircraft Type: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Flying Aircraft
Manufacturer: Boeing Airplane Company
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1934
Remarks: One of only two remaining P-26 aircraft and the only flying example.

Aircraft Type: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Boeing Airplane Company
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1931
Remarks: Served both the U.S. Army Air Corps (P-12) and U.S. Navy (F4B) from 1929 until 1932.

Aircraft Type: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Replica
Manufacturer: British and Colonial Aeroplane Company
Location: Grand Canyon/Valle
Year Built: 1982
Remarks: Replica built for film 'High Road To China.'

Aircraft Type: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Replica
Manufacturer: British and Colonial Aeroplane Company
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1982
Remarks: This replica was built for the film, 'High Road to China.' The Bristol F.2b was one of the most effective two-seat fighters of the Great War.

Canadair CT-33 'Silver Star'

Aircraft Type: Trainer
Aircraft Status: Flying Aircraft
Manufacturer: Canadair LTD
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1952
Remarks: The Museum’s CT-33 serves as the Pace Plane at the annual National Air Racing Championships in Reno, Nevada.

Aircraft Type: Air Racer
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Carl and Vincent Ast
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1949
Remarks: One of the most successful Formula 1 Air Racers in history.

Aircraft Type: Attack Aircraft
Aircraft Status: Unrestored
Manufacturer: Cessna Aircraft Company
Location: Storage
Year Built: Circa 1970
Remarks: Developed by Cessna from their T-37 'Tweet' Basic Jet Trainer. The A-37s delivered a range of attack armament during the Vietnam War.

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