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Aircraft Type: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Replica
Manufacturer: Societe Anonyme des Etablissements Nieuport
Location: Grand Canyon/Valle
Year Built: 1998
Remarks: Scaled-down replica based on 1916 aircraft.

Aircraft Type: General Aviation
Aircraft Status: Flying Aircraft
Manufacturer: Cessna Aircraft Company
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1961
Remarks: One of the longest production runs for any General Aviation aircraft. This aircraft is used to ferry pilots from airshows and other events.

Aircraft Type: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Flying Aircraft
Manufacturer: Flug Werk GmbH
Location: Chino
Year Built: Replica built in 2009 based on 1944 aircraft
Remarks: Over 20,000 Fw190 aircraft were built from 1939 until 1945, making this aircraft one of the mainstays of the German Luftwaffe of WWII.

Aircraft Type: General Aviation
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Lancair International
Location: Grand Canyon/Valle
Year Built: 1989
Remarks: Two-seat 'kit' aircraft required 600-person hours to build. Just over 50 aircraft were built.

Aircraft Type: General Aviation
Aircraft Status: Flying Aircraft
Manufacturer: Fairchild Aircraft
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1936
Remarks: This aircraft was originally built with seaplane floats for water take-offs and landings.

Seversky 2PA/AT-12 'Guardsman'

Aircraft Type: Dive Bomber
Aircraft Status: Flying Aircraft
Manufacturer: Seversky Aviation
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1940
Remarks: Developed as a two-seat fighter-bomber with long range capabilities. The U.S. Army Air Corps appropriated 50 and designated them as advanced trainers.

Aircraft Type: General Aviation
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Engineering & Research Corporation
Location: Grand Canyon/Valle
Year Built: 1946
Remarks: Designed as a safe and simple-to-fly general aviation aircraft. Single control wheel controls pitch and steering, eliminating the need for rudder pedals.

Aircraft Type: General Aviation
Aircraft Status: Flying Aircraft
Manufacturer: Engineering & Research Corporation
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1948
Remarks: Over 5,600 'Ercoupe' aircraft were built and sold from 1940 to 1969 by several manufacturers. This aircraft was built by Sanders Aviation.

Aircraft Type: General Aviation
Aircraft Status: Restoring to Flight
Manufacturer: Luscombe Aircraft Corporation
Location: Storage
Year Built: 1948
Remarks: Streamlined, all metal construction with side-by-side seating make this a classic of the Golden Age of aviation.

Cessna A-37 'Dragonfly'

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 (photo not of the museum's aircraft).

Douglas A-4C 'Skyhawk'

Aircraft Type: Attack Aircraft
Aircraft Status: Unrestored
Manufacturer: Douglas Aircraft Company
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1960
Remarks: This was a Night and All-Weather variant of Skyhawk.

Douglas A-4E 'Skyhawk'

Aircraft Type: Attack Aircraft
Aircraft Status: Unrestored
Manufacturer: Douglas Aircraft Company
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1962
Remarks: Played key roles in Vietnam War, Yom Kippur War, and Falklands War.

Douglas A-4L 'Skyhawk'

Aircraft Type: Attack Aircraft
Aircraft Status: Unrestored
Manufacturer: Douglas Aircraft Company
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1960
Remarks: This aircraft was upgraded to A-4L from A-4C in 1969.

Aircraft Type: Attack Aircraft
Aircraft Status: Unrestored
Manufacturer: Ling-Temco-Vought
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1967
Remarks: The Museum’s A-7A represents the first generation of this versatile attack aircraft which served during the Vietnam War and into the 1980s.

Mitsubishi A6M5 'Zeke'

Aircraft Type: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Flying Aircraft
Manufacturer: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1943
Remarks: The Museum’s Zero is the only fully authentic flyable example in the world. Allied code name: Zeke

Douglas AD-4N 'Skyraider'

Aircraft Type: Attack Aircraft
Aircraft Status: Flying Aircraft
Manufacturer: Douglas Aircraft Company
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1950
Remarks: Arrived too late for WWII, but Skyraiders served in Korea and Vietnam wars.

Northrop 'Alpha'

Aircraft Type: Transport
Aircraft Status: Restoring to Static Display
Manufacturer: Northrop Aircraft Corporation
Location: Storage
Year Built: 1931
Remarks: Seventeen Northrop Alphas were built. Planes of Fame Air Museum's Alpha is one of only two known to survive (photo not of the museum's aircraft).

Aircraft Type: General Aviation
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Stinson Aircraft Company
Location: Grand Canyon/Valle
Year Built: 1943
Remarks: A militarized version of the popular fixed-tailwheel monoplane of the 1930s. During WWII it was used by the U.S. armed forces as a utility aircraft and trainer.

North American AT-6D/SNJ-5 'Texan'

Aircraft Type: Trainer
Aircraft Status: Flying Aircraft
Manufacturer: North American Aviation
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1944
Remarks: Advanced trainer of the U.S. Army Air Force, U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps, and Royal Air Force during WWII. These aircraft continued to serve other nations until the 1970s.

Boeing B-17G 'Flying Fortress'

Aircraft Type: Bomber
Aircraft Status: Restoring to Flight
Manufacturer: Douglas Aircraft Company
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1945
Remarks: The Museum’s aircraft has the distinction of flying the final mission for a B-17 for the USAF.

North American B-25J 'Mitchell'

Aircraft Type: Bomber
Aircraft Status: Flying Aircraft
Manufacturer: North American Aviation
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1945
Remarks: Twin-engine, medium bomber from WWII. Named in honor of Major General William 'Billy' Mitchell, the B-25 served in all theaters of WWII.

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