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Aircraft Type: Test/Experimental
Aircraft Status: Replica
Manufacturer: Wilbur and Orville Wright
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1953
Remarks: Replica built 1950-53 to honor 50th anniversary of Wright Brothers' first flights.

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

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.

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).

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: 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.

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: 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: 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: 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.

Cessna L-19 'Bird Dog'

Aircraft Type: Reconnaissance/Liaison
Aircraft Status: Flying Aircraft
Manufacturer: Cessna Aircraft Company
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1951
Remarks: Designated as O1-A in 1962.

Aircraft Type: Sport Aircraft
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Michel Colomban
Location: Storage
Year Built: 1973
Remarks: Powered by two 15hp JPX engines and capable of 137 mph maximum speed.

Convair CV-240-1

Aircraft Type: Transport
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Convair
Location: Grand Canyon/Valle
Year Built: 1948
Remarks: Could accommodate 40 passengers in pressurized fuselage.

Aircraft Type: Target Aircraft
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Culver Aircraft Company
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1944
Remarks: Flown by pilot for ferry flights, the aircraft was unmanned and radio operated when serving as a target drone.

Aircraft Type: General Aviation
Aircraft Status: Replica
Manufacturer: Curtiss Aeroplanes and Motor Company
Location: Storage
Year Built: Based on 1911 aircraft
Remarks: This aircraft type made the first takeoff and landing from the deck of a ship in 1911.

Aircraft Type: Transport
Aircraft Status: Unrestored
Manufacturer: Curtiss-Wright Corporation
Location: Storage
Year Built: 1944
Remarks: The workhorse of the China-Burma-India (CBI) theater of WWII. These aircraft flew countless missions 'over the hump' of the Himalayan Mountains.

Curtiss P-40N 'Warhawk'

Aircraft Type: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Flying Aircraft
Manufacturer: Curtiss-Wright Corporation
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1943
Remarks: WWII Combat Veteran

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: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: de Havilland Aircraft Company Limited
Location: Grand Canyon/Valle
Year Built: 1947
Remarks: Developed during WWII, the Vampire served over a dozen nations from 1945 until 1979.

de Havillland FB.6 'Vampire'

Aircraft Type: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: De Havilland Aircraft Company Limited
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1951
Remarks: Built in Switzerland by Swiss Aircraft Consortium.

Aircraft Type: Air Racer
Aircraft Status: Replica
Manufacturer: Societe Pour Les Appareils Deperdussin (SPAD)
Location: Chino
Year Built: Replica based on 1913 aircraft
Remarks: This aircraft won the 1913 Schneider Trophy at Monaco with average speed of 45.71 mph.

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.

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.

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

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.

Aircraft Type: Transport
Aircraft Status: Restoring to Flight
Manufacturer: Douglas Aircraft Company
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1943
Remarks: WWII Combat Veteran

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: Reconnaissance/Liaison
Aircraft Status: Flying Aircraft
Manufacturer: Douglas Aircraft Company
Location: Grand Canyon/Valle
Year Built: 1945
Remarks: Reconnaissance version of twin-engine light bomber and ground attack aircraft of WWII and Cold War.

Douglas SBD-5 'Dauntless'

Aircraft Type: Dive Bomber
Aircraft Status: Flying Aircraft
Manufacturer: Douglas Aircraft Company
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1943
Remarks: WWII Combat Veteran

Aircraft Type: Attack Aircraft
Aircraft Status: Unrestored
Manufacturer: Eidgenossisches Flugzeugwerk (F+W)
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1943
Remarks: Converted post-war to C-3605 'Schlepp' Target Towing Tug by Farner Werke.

Aircraft Type: General Aviation
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Engineering & Research Corporation
Location: Chino
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: 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.

Aircraft Type: Trainer
Aircraft Status: Flying Aircraft
Manufacturer: Fairchild Aircraft
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1943
Remarks: Enclosed canopy version of PT-19. Used primarily by Royal Canadian Air Force to train pilots in colder climate of Canada.

Aircraft Type: Reconnaissance/Liaison
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Moraine Saulnier
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1945
Remarks: French-built version of Fieseler Fi 156D.

Aircraft Type: Unmanned Flying Bomb
Aircraft Status: Replica
Manufacturer: Gerhard Fieseler Werke
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1945
Remarks: Replica built by Republic Ford as JB-2 Loon.

Aircraft Type: General Aviation
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Fleet Aircraft
Location: Grand Canyon/Valle
Year Built: 1929
Remarks: Designed by Major Reuben Fleet as a smaller version of the military PT-3 trainer, this was the first aircraft specifically intended for the civilian flight training market.

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: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Replica
Manufacturer: Fokker-Flugzeugwerke
Location: Chino
Year Built: Replica built 1980 based on 1917 aircraft
Remarks: One of the most identifiable aircraft of the Great War, Baron Manfred von Richthofen got 19 of his 80 victories in this type of fighter.

Aircraft Type: Trainer
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Folland Aircraft
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1963
Remarks: Fast jet trainer built for the Royal Air Force in the 1960s and 1970s.

General Motors TBM-3E 'Avenger'

Aircraft Type: Torpedo Bomber
Aircraft Status: Flying Aircraft
Manufacturer: General Motors Company
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1945
Remarks: General Motors built over 7,500 Avengers, based on the original Grumman design.

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: Airship
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Goodyear Airship Operations
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1979
Remarks: Served on Goodyear Blimps 'Enterprise' (N1A) and 'Spirit of America' (N10A).

Aircraft Type: Air Racer
Aircraft Status: Replica
Manufacturer: Granville Brothers Aircraft
Location: Chino
Year Built: Replica based on 1931 aircraft
Remarks: The R-1 Racer won the 1932 Thompson Trophy piloted by Jimmy Doolittle.

Aircraft Type: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
Location: Grand Canyon/Valle
Year Built: 1957
Remarks: One of six original F-11F assigned to the Blue Angels in 1957.

Aircraft Type: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Unrestored
Manufacturer: Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1946
Remarks: Two-seater Night Fighter version of F7F used by USMC.

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: Replica
Manufacturer: Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
Location: Grand Canyon/Valle
Year Built: 1956
Remarks: Replica built 1956 based on 1942 UC-103 trainer.

Grumman OV-1A 'Mohawk'

Aircraft Type: Reconnaissance/Liaison
Aircraft Status: Restoring to Flight
Manufacturer: Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1960
Remarks: This aircraft was the second OV-1 produced by Grumman.

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

Aircraft Type: Air Racer
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: William Hanson
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1974
Remarks: This popular Formula 1 Air Racer began its career in 1971 as 'Thunderchicken.' It later achieved marginal success at the Reno Air Races in the 1970s and 1980s as 'Sump ‘n Else.'

Aircraft Type: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Hawker Siddeley
Location: Offsite: Pima Air Museum
Year Built: 1958
Remarks: Export version of the Hunter F.6 manufactured for Switzerland.

Aircraft Type: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Replica
Manufacturer: Heinkel Flugzeugwerke
Location: Chino
Year Built: Replica based on 1939 aircraft
Remarks: One of the fastest fighter aircraft in the world at the time of its first test flight. Yet only 19 prototypes were ever built.

Aircraft Type: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Heinkel Flugzeugwerke
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1945
Remarks: This aircraft was captured at the close of WWII. It was flight tested at Muroc Air Base with Bob Hoover at the controls.

Aircraft Type: Test/Experimental
Aircraft Status: Replica
Manufacturer: Heinkel Flugzeugwerke
Location: Chino
Year Built: Replica based on 1939 aircraft
Remarks: The first practical jet aircraft in history. First flew on August 27, 1939.

Aircraft Type: Helicopter
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Hiller Aircraft Corporation
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1951
Remarks: The H-23 'Raven' was used as a utility, observation, and Medical Evac helicopter during the Korean War.

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: Trainer
Aircraft Status: Unrestored
Manufacturer: Hispano Aviacion
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1963
Remarks: Initial production version of two-seat Spanish jet trainer.

Aircraft Type: Trainer
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Hispano Aviacion
Location: Grand Canyon/Valle
Year Built: 1965
Remarks: First Spanish-built turbojet aircraft. They were used as trainers and as armed attack aircraft.

Aircraft Type: Test/Experimental
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Reimar and Walter Horten
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1943
Remarks: Post war, this glider was brought to the United States where it won several sail plane competitions.

Aircraft Type: Air Racer
Aircraft Status: Replica
Manufacturer: Howard Aircraft Corporation
Location: Chino
Year Built: Replica based on 1932 aircraft
Remarks: Scaled-up replica of successful Air Racer from Golden Age of Air Racing.

Aircraft Type: Trainer
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Laister-Kauffmann Corporation
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1945
Remarks: Used to train cargo glider pilots during WWII. Room for both instructor and student.

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: 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: Interceptor
Aircraft Status: Unrestored
Manufacturer: SABCA (Sociétés Anonyme Belge de Constructions Aéronautiques)
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1963
Remarks: License-built in Belgium. Aircraft flew with Belgian Air Force from 1964 to 1980.

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.

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.

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: Trainer
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Lockheed Aircraft Corporation
Location: Grand Canyon/Valle
Year Built: 1953
Remarks: This jet trainer introduced pilots trained in propeller-driven aircraft to the world of jet aircraft. Over 5,600 T-33 trainers were produced by Lockheed.

Lockheed VC-121A 'Constellation'

Aircraft Type: Aerobatic
Aircraft Status: Restoring to Flight
Manufacturer: Lockheed Aircraft Corporation
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1948
Remarks: Served as personal aircraft (Bataan) of General Douglas MacArthur (1950-1951) during Korean War.

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.

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.

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: Transport
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Glenn L. Martin Company
Location: Grand Canyon/Valle
Year Built: 1952
Remarks: This aircraft could accommodate 40 passengers in pressurized fuselage.

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: General Aviation
Aircraft Status: Unrestored
Manufacturer: Messerschmitt AG
Location: Storage
Year Built: 1937
Remarks: Designed as an all purpose recreation aircraft. During WWII, the Taifun (Typhoon) was adopted by the Luftwaffe as a liaison aircraft (image used is not the Museum's Bf108, merely representative).

Aircraft Type: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Messerschmitt AG
Location: Grand Canyon/Valle
Year Built: 1943
Remarks: WWII Combat Veteran

Aircraft Type: Interceptor
Aircraft Status: Replica
Manufacturer: Messerschmitt AG
Location: Chino
Year Built: Replica based on 1944 aircraft
Remarks: Designed as rocket-powered interceptor aircraft, the Me 163 was first aircraft to exceed 1000 km/hour (621 mph) in level flight.

Aircraft Type: Air Racer
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Van Nuys Consortium
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1949
Remarks: One of a family of racers developed by Lockheed engineers in the late 1940s, 'Miss Cosmic Wind' was flown in races until 1972, unfortunately with little success.

Aircraft Type: Air Racer
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Robert Mayer
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1951
Remarks: Featuring a Continental 85hp horizontally opposed engine, this Midget Racer of the 1950s raced in the Goodyear circuit.

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15 bis 'Fagot'

Aircraft Type: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Flying Aircraft
Manufacturer: Mikoyan-Gurevich Design Bureau
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1951
Remarks: Served with the People’s Liberation Army Air Force (China) during the Korean War.

Aircraft Type: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: PZL-Mielec
Location: Grand Canyon/Valle
Year Built: 1955
Remarks: Built under license in Poland as LIM-2.

Aircraft Type: Trainer
Aircraft Status: Flying Aircraft
Manufacturer: Mikoyan-Gurevich Desogn Bureau
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1953
Remarks: The UTI is a two-seat, dual-control trainer of the MiG-15 fighter. Many of these trainers remained in service until the 1990s.

Aircraft Type: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: WSK-Mielec Aviation
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1959
Remarks: Built under license in Poland as LIM-5.

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: Air Racer
Aircraft Status: Replica
Manufacturer: Leland Miles and Leon Atwood
Location: Chino
Year Built: Replica base on 1932 aircraft
Remarks: Set world speed record and won 1933 Greve Trophy. Original destroyed in 1937 crash.

Mitsubishi A6M5 'Zeke'

Aircraft Type: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Flying Aircraft
Manufacturer: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1943
Remarks: Allied code name: Zeke

Aircraft Type: Interceptor
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1943
Remarks: Allied code name: Jack

Aircraft Type: Interceptor
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1945
Remarks: Captured at the close of WWII and brought to U.S. for evaluation. It is one of two surviving J8M1 aircraft.

Aircraft Type: Air Racer
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: John Dudley
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1973
Remarks: Won at 1992 and 1999 Reno NCAR Biplane Gold Class as 'Glass Slipper #88'.

Aircraft Type: General Aviation
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Mooney Aircraft Company
Location: Grand Canyon/Valle
Year Built: 1991
Remarks: Intended as single-seat personal aircraft for returning pilots from WWII. 283 Mooney 'Mites' were built from 1947 to 1954.

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.

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.

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.

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: Static Display
Manufacturer: North American Aviation
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1952
Remarks: The Museum’s F-86E was assigned to Nellis Air Force Base in Las Vegas until it was involved in an incident and scraped in 1954.

North American F-86F 'Sabre'

Aircraft Type: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Flying Aircraft
Manufacturer: North American Aviation
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1953
Remarks: Initially based at Nellis Air Force Base, this aircraft was sold to Argentina Air Force where it served for 26 years.

Aircraft Type: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Unrestored
Manufacturer: North American Aviation
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1953
Remarks: Transferred to U.S. Navy China Lake and converted to QF-86H target drone.

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: Reconnaissance/Liaison
Aircraft Status: Flying Aircraft
Manufacturer: North American Aviation
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1947
Remarks: Designed as a four-seat general aviation aircraft after WWII. Navions would also serve with the USAF, US Army, and Air National Guard performing reconnaissance and liaison duties during the 1950s and 1960s.

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.

North American P-51A 'Mustang'

Aircraft Type: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Flying Aircraft
Manufacturer: North American Aviation
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1943
Remarks: Served as an instructional airframe during WWII. It is currently the only authentic flying P-51A.

North American P-51D 'Mustang'

Aircraft Type: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Flying Aircraft
Manufacturer: North American Aviation
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1945
Remarks: This P-51D performed all of its military service after WWII. It has the distinction of being the longest privately held P-51 under the same owner.

North American P-51D 'Mustang'

Aircraft Type: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Flying Aircraft
Manufacturer: North American Aviation
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1944
Remarks: Served with several Air National Guard units after WWII. Converted into successful Air Racer. Rebuilt after crash to current configuration.

North American P-51D 'Mustang'

Aircraft Type: Air Racer
Aircraft Status: Flying Aircraft
Manufacturer: North American Aviation
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1944
Remarks: This aircraft was a Reno Air Races winner and World Speed Record Holder, named: 'Voodoo'.

Aircraft Type: Trainer
Aircraft Status: Flying Aircraft
Manufacturer: North American Aviation
Location: Grand Canyon/Valle
Year Built: 1954
Remarks: Piston-engine primary trainer used by US Air Force and US Navy/Marine Corps from 1950 until the 1980s.

Aircraft Type: Trainer
Aircraft Status: Flying Aircraft
Manufacturer: North American Aviation
Location: Grand Canyon/Valle
Year Built: 1954
Remarks: Used as a trainer by the US military, the T-28 also served as a combat aircraft for the Republic of Vietnam Air Force during the Vietnam War.

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: Restoring to Static Display
Manufacturer: Northrop Aircraft Corporation
Location: Storage
Year Built: 1931
Remarks: One of only 17 Northrop Alphas built.

Aircraft Type: Interceptor
Aircraft Status: Unrestored
Manufacturer: Northrop Aircraft Corporation
Location: Storage
Year Built: 1954
Remarks: First aircraft designed as an all-weather interceptor and the first equipped with guided missiles and air-to-air nuclear weapons.

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: Trainer
Aircraft Status: Flying Aircraft
Manufacturer: Pilatus Aircraft
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1946
Remarks: This was a post-war trainer for Swiss Air Force.

Aircraft Type: Reconnaissance/Liaison
Aircraft Status: Flying Aircraft
Manufacturer: Piper
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1943
Remarks: Military variant of Piper J-3 Cub used for WWII reconnaissance work.

Aircraft Type: Aerobatic
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Pitts Aerobatic
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1986
Remarks: Aerobatic aircraft capable of upside-down take-offs and landings. Developed and flown by Craig Hoskins.

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: General Aviation
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Rand-Robinson Engineering
Location: Grand Canyon/Valle
Year Built: 1980
Remarks: Over 6,000 plan sets of this single-seat were sold beginning in 1972. This model features the

Aircraft Type: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Republic Aviation
Location: Grand Canyon/Valle
Year Built: 1946
Remarks: The Museum’s F-84B was among the first production batch of the straight-wing 'Thunderjets.' The Thunderjet became the USAF’s primary strike aircraft during the Korean War.

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.

Republic P-47G 'Thunderbolt'

Aircraft Type: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Flying Aircraft
Manufacturer: Curtiss-Wright Corporation
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1944
Remarks: Same as Republic built P-47D-10, this aircraft served as an instructional aircraft during WWII.

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: Air Racer
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Keith Rider
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1936
Remarks: This aircraft was the 1938 Greve Trophy Winner.

Aircraft Type: Air Racer
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Keith Rider
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1938
Remarks: Last of the plywood-skinned air racers designed by Keith Rider. Raced in 1938 and 1939.

Aircraft Type: Sport Aircraft
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Rutan Aircraft Factory
Location: Grand Canyon/Valle
Year Built: 1983
Remarks: Burt Rutan completely redesigned his innovative 'VariEze' aircraft design to create the 'Long-EZ.' In 1997, he and Mike Melvill flew two 'Long-EZ' aircraft around the world.

Aircraft Type: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Ryan Aviation
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1945
Remarks: Hybrid aircraft with both piston engine and jet engine. This is the last surviving aircraft of the 71 built.

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: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Replica
Manufacturer: Sopwith Aviation
Location: Chino
Year Built: Replica built 2002 based on 1916 aircraft
Remarks: First Allied single-seat fighter to feature a synchronized machine gun.

Stearman Model 75 'Kaydet'

Aircraft Type: Trainer
Aircraft Status: Restoring to Flight
Manufacturer: Stearman Aviation
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1941
Remarks: Has appeared in films such as Pearl Harbor and Disney’s “The Kid”.

Aircraft Type: Trainer
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Stearman Aviation
Location: Grand Canyon/Valle
Year Built: 1942
Remarks: This aircraft is reminiscent of the thousands of surplus PT-17 trainers that were used as cropdusters, barnstormers, aerobatic aircraft or sport planes.

Aircraft Type: Trainer
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Stearman Aviation
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1943
Remarks: Primary Trainer of the type based at Chino Airport (Cal-Aero Flight Academy) during WWII.

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.

Aircraft Type: Reconnaissance/Liaison
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Convair
Location: Grand Canyon/Valle
Year Built: 1947
Remarks: Provided excellent all-round vision for observers.

Stinson L-5G 'Sentinel'

Aircraft Type: Reconnaissance/Liaison
Aircraft Status: Flying Aircraft
Manufacturer: Stinson Aircraft Company
Location: Grand Canyon/Valle
Year Built: 1945
Remarks: Used by all branches of U.S. military and RAF during WWII.

Aircraft Type: Air Racer
Aircraft Status: Replica
Manufacturer: Supermarine Aviation Works, LTD.
Location: Storage
Year Built: Replica based on 1931 aircraft
Remarks: Replica of aircraft type that won the 1931 Schneider Trophy competition and also set world air speed record of 407.5 mph.

Aircraft Type: Ultralight
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: TEAM/JTD Aviation
Location: Grand Canyon/Valle
Year Built: 1994
Remarks: This was an award winner in Ultralight Class at multiple Fly-ins.

Vought F4U-1A 'Corsair'

Aircraft Type: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Flying Aircraft
Manufacturer: Vought Aviation
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1943
Remarks: WWII Combat Veteran

Aircraft Type: Air Superiority Aircraft
Aircraft Status: Unrestored
Manufacturer: Vought Aviation
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1958
Remarks: The Museum’s F8U-1 is a first-production version of the carrier-based air superiority aircraft. The 'Crusaders' were in service with the U.S. Navy from 1957 until 1976.

Aircraft Type: Trainer
Aircraft Status: Flying Aircraft
Manufacturer: Vultee Aviation
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1944
Remarks: Basic Trainer of the type based at Chino Airport (Cal-Aero Flight Academy) during WWII.

Vultee BT-15 'Movie Conversion Val'

Aircraft Type: Dive Bomber
Aircraft Status: Flying Aircraft
Manufacturer: Vultee Aviation
Location: Grand Canyon/Valle
Year Built: 1942
Remarks: Converted to Aichi D3Y 'Val' for 1970 film 'Tora!, Tora!, Tora!'

Aircraft Type: Trainer
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Yakovlev Design Bureau
Location: Grand Canyon/Valle
Year Built: 1958
Remarks: Built as a Nanching CJ-5 in China.

Aircraft Type: Fighter
Aircraft Status: Flying Aircraft
Manufacturer: Yakovlev Design Bureau
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1955
Remarks: Converted in 1955 from Yak-11 Trainer by Aircraft Industries a.s. (LET n.p.).

Aircraft Type: Dive Bomber
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Yokosuka Aviation
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1944
Remarks: Allied code name: Judy

Aircraft Type: Kamikaze Attack Aircraft
Aircraft Status: Static Display
Manufacturer: Yokosuka Aviation
Location: Chino
Year Built: 1945
Remarks: This aircraft was captured in Okinawa in 1945.

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