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Bombers

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Boeing B-17G-90-DL “Flying...

Hill Aerospace Museum is proud to display a B-17G. In 1987, the B-17 aircraft in the Hill Aerospace Museum was obtained by former ... Read More

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B-1B “Lancer”

The B-1B at the Hill Aerospace Museum arrived at Hill Air Force Base in February 2003. Nicknamed “7 Wishes,” the aircraft was ... Read More

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B-29 “Superfortress”

Located at the Hill Aerospace Museum, the B-29 “Straight Flush” was one of 531 B-29’s manufactured by the Glen L. Martin Com... Read More

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North American B-25J “Mitc...

in December 1957 the Hill Aerospace Museum's B-25 became part of the 1001st Air Base Wing, still at Andrews AFB, but was transferr... Read More

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Boeing B-52 G-100-BW “Stra...

Nicknamed “Bearing’ Arms,” the B-52G located at the Hill Aerospace Museum was manufactured by Boeing in Wichita, Kansas, and... Read More

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Cargo

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Douglas C-124C “Globemaste...

The C-124 at the Hill Aerospace Museum was manufactured by Douglas Aircraft Corporation in Long Beach, CA. It was delivered to the... Read More

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Fairchild C-119G “Flying B...

Restored to represent the “State of Utah,” once assigned to Hill Air Force Base decades ago, the C-119G located at the Hill Ae... Read More

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KC-135E “Stratotanker”

The KC-135 at the Hill Aerospace Museum was originally manufactured by Boeing Aircraft as an “A” model. The United States Air ... Read More

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Lockheed NC-130B “Hercules...

This NC-130B-1-LM, S/N 57-0526, was the second B model Hercules manufactured by Lockheed Corporation of Marietta, Georgia (Lockhee... Read More

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Fairchild-Chase C-123K “Pr...

Chase Airlift produced the C-123K in 1949 as a heavy assault glider. The engines were later added to the aircraft. Chase could not... Read More

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Douglas C-54G-1-DO “Skymas...

The C-54G was manufactured by Douglas Aircraft and delivered to the United States Air Force in June 1945. It was chosen to serve t... Read More

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Drones

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Drone One

The SR-71C, located at the Hill Aerospace Museum, is a one of a kind. There was only one C model Blackbird ever built, and it was ... Read More

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Early Aircraft

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Douglas C-54G-1-DO “Skymas...

The C-54G was manufactured by Douglas Aircraft and delivered to the United States Air Force in June 1945. It was chosen to serve t... Read More

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Fighters

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McDonnell Douglas F-15A-19-M...

The Hill Aerospace Museum F-15A was manufactured by McDonnell Douglas and accepted by the United States Air Force in October 1978.... Read More

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Curtiss P-40N-5-CU “Warhaw...

In May 1939, following evaluation trials in competition with other pursuit prototypes, the XP-40 was declared the most acceptable.... Read More

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Fairchild A-10A “Thunderbo...

The A-10A was manufactured by Fairchild Republic Aviation and delivered to the United States Air Force in June 1975. The aircraft ... Read More

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North American P-51D “Must...

The P-51 located in the Hill Aerospace Museum was fabricated by Kal Aero, an aircraft restoration firm in California. The aircraft... Read More

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General Dynamics F-16A “Fi...

The F-16A, proudly displayed in the Hill Aerospace Museum, was manufactured by the Fort Worth Division of General Dynamics in Fort... Read More

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McDonnell Douglas F-4C “Ph...

The F-4C was accepted into the United States Air Force in March of 1965. In the Spring of 2005, the State of Utah awarded Funding ... Read More

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Helicopters

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CH-21C “WORKHORSE”

The CH-21C “Workhorse,” also known as the Flying Banana, was built as a H-21C Shawnee by Vertol Aircraft Corporation for servi... Read More

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MH-53M PAVE LOW IV

The United States Air Force used the Pave Low for special operations to enter enemy territory. These aircraft are capable of opera... Read More

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Missiles

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Surveillance

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Lockheed SR-71C “Blackbird...

The SR-71C, located at the Hill Aerospace Museum, is a one of a kind. There was only one C model Blackbird ever built, and it was ... Read More

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