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Another neat okay, from Old Shakey! Baugher's website lists this bird as going to the boneyard at D-M AFB in November 1972...



Another sad end to a proud bird. From what I understand the bone yards are required to remove the factory data plate when they scrap the birds.

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Yes for sure. It is sad to see pictures of the rows of them leaning back on their tails with the engines removed awaiting the smelter... ?


Really? I wonder why. A government inventory thing?


Very cool that you have these!



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