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    • Waiting For Orders

    • Johnson, Alfred
    • F-111 (Jet fighter plane).
    • 2 F-111 "Aardvark" aircraft loiter above the clouds over the Pacific Ocean, waiting for orders. The F-111 is a variable-sweep wing or "swing wing" aircraft. The wings can either be swept in tightly for higher speed cruising or swung out...
    • Phantoms at Crater Lake

    • Phillips, William
    • Phantom II (Jet fighter plane). Crater Lake National Park (Or.).
    • 2 F-4E "Phantom II" jets fly over Crater Lake National Park in this painting. The tiny island of Phantom Ship can be seen toward the lower right.
    • Evasive Action

    • Phillips, William S.
    • UH-1 (Helicopter). Bronco (Reconnaissance aircraft). Nevada Test Site (Nev.).
    • 2 UH-1 "Huey" helicopters are escorted by an OV-10 "Bronco" reconnaissance aircraft as they try to escape "enemy" aircraft in a Red Flag search-and-rescue exercise at the Nellis Range in Nevada. The Bronco was a light attack and observation...
    • [Six United States Air Force aircraft, Thunderbirds]

    • United States. Department of the Air Force.
    • United States. Air Force. Thunderbirds
    • 6 Thunderbird F-16s fly in a delta formation over snowy mountains. While only 6 officers fly for the demonstration team, there are typically at least 2 more highly experienced fighter pilots serving as operations officer (#7) and advance...
    • Relics from Forrest Collection

    • Forrest, Earle R. (Earle Robert), 1883-1969
    • Relics.
    • [Forrest:] Door into den from hall. This was taken from the Hall. The bronze Figures forming the electric light at the right was my fathers. The bought it almost 50 years ago. The Hopi Kachina Plaque just above the light on the right is form Oraibi...
    • The American Soldier, 1863

    • McBarron, H. Charles
    • United States. Army. Corps, 14th. United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865.
    • A 1st lieutenant of the Corps of Engineers is seen in the foreground holding binoculars; the Corps of Engineers would have been responsible for overseeing the construction and placement of the pontoon bridge in the background. On the right is a 1st...
    • B-1 Touchdown

    • Anonymous
    • Rockwell B-1 (Bomber).
    • A B-1 is pictured landing on a runway. Given the timing of this photograph, this is a photo of a B-1A; only 4 were ever produced. These prototypes never entered service, but an iteration of it (B-1B) entered service in the 1980s.
    • The B-1 Bomber

    • Bock, Charles C.
    • Rockwell B-1 (Bomber).
    • A B-1B Lancer is captured in flight. This supersonic bomber was originally intended to serve as a platform for nuclear weapons, but became a conventional bomber by the time it entered service.
    • B- 52 Stratofortress at Sunset

    • Watson, Technical Sergeant Robert L.
    • B-52 bomber.
    • A B-52 "Stratofortress" can be seen silhoutted against a setting sun, true to its name as it sails through the stratosphere above the clouds. One of the longest serving, if not the longest serving, aircraft of the USAF, the B-52 has offered...
    • B-52

    • Kramer, Dick
    • B-52 bomber.
    • A B-52 "Stratofortress" is serviced on the ground in this painting. The B-52 continues to be a mainstay of the USAF strategic bombing capability, a role it has served since the 1950s.
    • "Put Out My Hand, and Touched the Face of God"

    • Kenyon, Jr., Chris A.
    • B-52 bomber.
    • A B-52 "Stratofortress" soars above the clouds. The painting's title is derived from the final line of the poem "High Flight" by John Gillespie Magee, Jr., though its opening lines ("Oh! I have slipped the surly bonds of Earth/And danced the skies...
    • Gear Down, Flaps Down

    • Phillips, William
    • Mallard. B-52 bomber.
    • A B-52 "Stratofortress" with flaps and landing gear extended for its final approach is mirrored by a flock of mallard ducks with extended wings and feet landing on a nearby pond.
    • B-52H "Stratofortress"

    • Weible, Walt
    • B-52 bomber.
    • A B-52H "Stratofortress" soars over snow covered mountains. The B-52 has been providing strategic bombing capability for more than 50 years and is expected to continue operating into the 2040s. While it was intially part of the U.S.'s nuclear armed...
    • Eagle and F-15

    • Allison, Richard
    • Eagle (Jet fighter plane). Bald eagle.
    • A bald eagle dominates the foreground, while 2 F-15 "Eagle" jets are seen flying in the background. The F-15 has enjoyed a successful life in the USAF with variants performing a variety of missions since 1976.
    • Alaskan Eagles

    • Allison, Richard
    • Elmendorf Air Force Base (Alaska). Eagle (Jet fighter plane). Bald eagle.
    • A bald eagle soars on extended wings in the foreground of this painting. 2 F-15 "Eagle" jets flying out of Elmendorf AFB in Alaska can be seen in the upper right hand corner.
    • Spanish Village Postcard

    • Howard Company
    • Architecture; Postcard; Carefree, Arizona
    • A blank postcard with a photograph of a statue from the Spanish Village. Photograph by Rex Howard and lithograph by Howard Company.
    • American Soldier, 1941

    • McBarron, H. Charles
    • United States Military Academy. United States. Army. Cavalry, 10th. United States. Army. Field Artillery Battalion, 12th.
    • A brigadier general is pictured in the left foreground with his aide, a captain of artillery, standing next to him. Both are in mess dress. The final figure in the right foreground is a corporal bugler from the 10th Cavalry. Greater detail and...
    • C-130 Hercules

    • Perez, Staff Sergeant Daniel C.
    • Hercules (Turboprop transports).
    • A C-130 "Hercules" lands at sunset. One of the more versatile airframes to enter U.S. service, variants of the Hercules are used to transport troops and cargo, perform medical evacuations, refuel other aircraft inflight, and support special forces....
    • Deeds Not Words

    • Miller, Bill
    • Hercules (Turboprop transports). O'Hare Air Reserve Forces Facility (Chicago, Ill.).
    • A C-130 "Hercules" of the 928th Tactical Airlift Group is prepping for take off at the O'Hare Air Reserve Forces Facility, while in the background as a storm rolls into the area.
    • C-141 Air Evac Mission (Rhein-Main AB, September 1966)

    • Hortens, Walter
    • Starlifter (Jet transport). Rhein-Main Air Base (Germany).
    • A C-141 "Starlifter" transport jet unloads a medical transport vehicle as part of a medical evacuation mission at Rhein-Main Air Base in what was then West Germany.
    • C-141B Starlifter

    • Sutherland, Chief Master Sergeant Don C.
    • Starlifter (Jet transport).
    • A C-141B "Starlifter" is silhouetted against the horizon in this photo. Aircraft like the Starlifter offer strategic airlift capability, moving items across 1 or more theaters; contrasted against this are aircraft that offer tactical airlift...
    • C-5 Galaxy, Yokota AFB, Japan

    • Shehorn, Gene
    • Galaxy (Jet transport). Yokota Air Force Base (Japan).
    • A C-5 "Galaxy" transport aircraft is unloaded at Yokota Air Force Base in Japan. The C-5 is a truly enormous aircraft which can carry up to 180,000 lbs. The "Galaxy" also opens at both the front and back, with the nose section swinging up to allow...
    • C-5 Galaxy at Dover AFB, Delaware

    • Mazoujian, Charles J.
    • Galaxy (Jet transport). Dover Air Force Base (Del.).
    • A C-5 "Galaxy" transport painted with a camouflage pattern sits on the ground at Dover AFB. The C-5 is a major part of the strategic airlift capabilities of the United States armed forces.
    • Storm Over Kelly AFB

    • Ponce de Leon, Enrique
    • Galaxy (Jet transport). F-5 (Jet fighter plane). Kelly Air Force Base (Tex.).
    • A C-5a Galaxy is being worked on at Kelley Air Force Base, while an F-5 Freedom Fighter, or Tiger, can be seen flying in the background. The F-5 is an interesting choice because it was vastly more popular as a plane exported to U.S. allies than as...
    • C-5A Galaxy

    • Thompson, Technical Sergeant Bill
    • Galaxy (Jet transport).
    • A camo patterned C-5A "Galaxy" glides above the clouds in this photo. One of the largest military aircraft in the world, the Galaxy provides strategic airlift capability to the U.S. military, allowing any air-certifiable cargo to be moved from one...
    • Ready for Patrol

    • Unger, Theresa L.
    • United States. Army. Cavalry. United States. Army. Ordnance Corps.
    • A cavalryman, holding the horse's reins, preparing for a desert patrol in New Mexico is pictured with the support staff that emerged from the Civil War. An ordnance sergeant (red insignia and trouser stripe), a saddler (right background, and a...
    • Convoy Enroute to Mapia Group

    • Millman, Edward
    • World War, 1939-1945--Campaigns--Indonesia
    • A convoy traveling at night to a group of islands in what is now Indonesia, but called the Netherlands East Indies (N.E.I.) at the time.
    • Ready to Respond

    • Ablaza, Manuel B.
    • United States. Army.
    • A corporal (left) readys himself for guard duty, while a sergeant (right) communicates with headquarters.
    • Laying the Gun

    • Sonnie, Anita Y.
    • United States. Army. Field Artillery. Mexican War, 1846-1848.
    • A corporal checks the aim of a field artillery piece as the gun's crew looks on.
    • Checking Cartridge Boxes

    • Unger, Theresa L.
    • United States. Army--History--19th century.
    • A corporal inspects the ammunition, in this case lead ball and paper cartridges, of his squad.
    • Scramble

    • Millsap, Darrel
    • Phantom II (Jet fighter plane)
    • A crew prepares an F-4C Phantom II fighter to scramble, or takeoff quickly. The "scramble" call dates to the Battle of Britain (World War II) when pilots would remain on alert on the ground, waiting for the British radar system to detect incoming...
    • B-1 at Dyess

    • Bond, Paul
    • Rockwell B-1 (Bomber). Dyess Air Force Base (Tex.).
    • A crew races to a B-1B "Lancer" stationed at Dyess Air Force Base. Dyess AFB is home to 1 of only 2 Lancer wings; the fact that even 2 exist is impressive since the B-1A only produced 4 prototype aircraft and never entered production. The fact that...
    • Our Sons & Our Dreams Take Flight

    • Ponce de Leon, Enrique
    • United States Air Force.
    • A dreaming boy in his father's flight helmey still clutches a tube of paint for a model aircraft as he dreams of flying. The artist wanted to show that the dreams of the young are what drive us and our exploration of space forward.
    • F-111E Fort Walton Beach

    • Thompson, Technical Sergeant Bill
    • F-111 (Jet fighter plane). Fort Walton Beach (Fla.).
    • A F-111E "Aardvark" soars over Fort Walton Beach in the Florida panhandle near Elgin Air Force Base where it is likely based. The F-111, though retired from U.S. service, was a technical marvel at the time it was introduced and was the first...
    • F-111F Over Mt. Home AFB, Idaho

    • Williams, Bill D.
    • F-111 (Jet fighter plane). Mountain Home Air Force Base (Idaho).
    • A F-111F "Aardvark" can be seen flying over Mountain Home Air Force Base in Idaho. The F-111 was the first productionaircraft to have variable-geometry wings or "swing wings." This meant the wings could be swept back to create a delta shaped...
    • F-15 Eagle Air Superiority Fighter

    • Kokojan, Staff Sergeant Herman
    • Eagle (Jet fighter plane)
    • A F-15 "Eagle" can be seen climbing rapidly in this photograph. Originally designed as a pure air superiority fighter, later variants were made into strike fighters that focused on ground attack. The F-15 has been very popular abroad with several...
    • F-16A, Climbing at Dawn

    • McCormick, Hal
    • F-16 (Jet fighter plane).
    • A F-16A "Fighting Falcon" is depicted climbing away from a mountain range. Exceedingly nimble, the F-16 has long been a favorite of USAF fighter pilots. Introduced in 1978, it has only recently begun to be replaced by the F-35 "Lightning II" in the...
    • Guard Tower at Camp Commando

    • Carillo, Sgt. Jack (USMC)
    • United States. Marine Corps--Art collections. United States. Marine Corps. Combat Art Program. United States. Marine Expeditionary Force, 1st.
    • A female Marine stands watch in a guard tower at Camp Commando in Kuwait.
    • From Information to Intelligence

    • Sonnie, Anita Y.
    • Korean War, 1950-1953
    • A first sergeant from the regiment's intelligence section (S-2) debriefs a sergeant who has just returned from a nighttime recon mission.
    • Keeping the System Moving

    • Sonnie, Anita Y.
    • United States. Army. Women's Army Corps
    • A first sergeant in the Women's Army Corp (WAC) processes a newly arrived technical sergeant so he can continue on to his assigned unit.
    • F-4 "Lions Over Waikiki," Hawaii

    • Thomas, Captain Ronald
    • Phantom II (Jet fighter plane). Waikiki (Honolulu, Hawaii).
    • A formation of four F-4 "Phantom II" jets can be seen flying just offshore of Waikiki in Honolulu, Hawaii. These F-4s are based out of Edwards Air Force Base in California; the "ED" on their tails denotes their home base. The F-4 closest to the...
    • Mid-Air Refueling -- 106th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Group (NY ANG)

    • Fass, Harry W.
    • Sikorsky HH-3E (Search and rescue helicopter). Hercules (Turboprop transports).
    • A HC-130 "Hercules" of the New York Air National Guard's (then) 106th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Group is shown refueling a HH-3E "Jolly Green Giant" in mid-air. In-flight refueling extends the operational ability of helicopters, allowing them...
    • AF Reserve & The KC-10: 452nd AREFW, March AFB, CA.

    • Kodera, Craig
    • KC-10 (Tanker aircraft). March Air Force Base (Calif.). Eagle (Jet fighter plane).
    • A KC-10 "Extender" refueling aircraft based out of March AFB tops off 2 F-15 "Eagle" jets. The KC-10 was created to provide more versatile inflight refueling options to US armed forces, as well as being able to serve as cargo transports when...
    • E-4A/KC-135 Refueling

    • Berry, Sergeant Wayne
    • Air Force One (Presidential aircraft). KC-135 (Tanker aircraft).
    • A KC-135 "Stratotanker" and a E-4A perform an inflight refueling. The KC-135 has been in service since 1957, making it one of the longest serving aircraft in the USAF. The replacement for the KC-135, the KC-46 "Pegasus" will begin arriving in 2017....
    • KC-135/C-5A "Sunset Fillup"

    • Kokojan, Staff Sergeant Herman
    • KC-135 (Tanker aircraft). Galaxy (Jet transport).
    • A KC-135 "Stratotanker" refueling a C-5A "Galaxy" is silhouetted by the setting sun. While not as glamorous as some of their fighter or bomber counterparts, both the KC-135 and the Galaxy are vital to the force projection of the United States...
    • Maintenance at K.I. Sawyer AFB

    • Clark, John W.
    • KC-135 (Tanker aircraft). K.I. Sawyer Air Force Base (Mich.).
    • A KC-135 "Stratotanker" undergoes maintenance at K.I. Sawyer AFB outside Marquette, MI. The KC-135 is used to perform inflight refueling to extend the operational range of aircraft.
    • Arizona Highways, April 1987

    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, April 1987

      Contents:
      02 EDITOR’S PAGE
      03 LETTERS
      04 AMATEURS EARN HIGH MARKS IN HIGHWAYS PHOTO CONTEST by James Tallon. For months, hundreds of hopefuls carefully aimed their cameras at Arizona’s scenic...

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