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    • Arizona Highways, August 1976

    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation;
    • Arizona Highways, August 1976

      Contents:

      American Indian Artists Series
      3 A Brief Introduction to Southwest Indian Art
      5 Film Makers' Reflections
      13 Charles Loloma
      15 Fritz Scholder
      33 R.C. Gorman
      35...
    • Arizona Highways, August 1986

    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, August 1986

      Contents:
      3 THE MONSOON SEASON
      13 MEXICAN COOKING
      18 THE FIRST ARIZONA LOTTERY
      23 ORCHIDS OF THE SKY ISLANDS
      30 HAPPINESS IS VOLUME ONE, NUMBER ONE
      37 A GUIDE TO CAMPING
      44...
    • Arizona Highways, October 1985

    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, October 1985

      Contents:
      2 WACKY WINGDINGS
      8 ARIZONIQUES
      11 OLDEST LIFE ON EARTH
      16 VISUAL ARTS AT ASU
      25 COLORS OF AUTUMN
      34 JACK THE RIPPER
      41 THE CACTUS WREN
      43 COWBOY ARTISTS
      44...
    • Arizona Highways, March 1984

    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways, March 1984

      Contents:
      1 LIFE…A PUZZLE AND THE FUTURE OF OUR LIVES…AN ENIGMA.
      3 ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY: VISIONS FOR TOMORROW Text by Don G. Campbell.
      25 FOCUS ON THE UNPREDICTABLE DESERT SPRING Text by...
    • Arizona Highways, October 1977

    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation;
    • Arizona Highways, October 1977

      Contents:

      2 De Grazia Since 1940 Ted De Grazia has pleased millions of Arizona Highways readers who deem him one of the most exciting and stimulating artists of our time.
      14 Olaf...
    • WW II Vintage Aircraft: "The Confederate Air Force"

    • Kokojan, Staff Sergeant Herman
    • Commemorative Air Force. B-17 bomber. Mitchell (Bomber). B-29 (Bomber).
    • Now known as the Commemorative Air Force, the then Confederate Air Force is an organization dedicated to the preservation of World War II military aviation. The organization is spread throughout the country and has several sizeable locations, also...
    • Titan II: "Lift-Off"

    • Fuller, Jack
    • Titan (Missile). Intercontinental ballistic missiles.
    • A Titan II intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) launches; the ignited fuel creates a striking image. The Titan II was used as an ICBM and a launch vehicle during its tenure, putting satellites for the Air Force and the National Oceanic and...
    • 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...
    • A-10 Thunderbolt II: Tank Killer

    • Lopez, Jr., Staff Sergeant Jose
    • A-10 (Jet attack plane). M60 (Tank).
    • An A-10 "Thunderbolt II" or "Warthog" ground attack aircraft passes over the heads of a column of a M60 "Patton" main battle tanks (MBT). The Warthog was purpose built for ground attack missions and makes a welcome sight for American infantry and...
    • Air Superiority Blue (F-15 Eagle)

    • Ferris, Keith
    • Eagle (Jet fighter plane).
    • This painting shows an F-15 "Eagle"moving to engage an Su-15 "Flagon," which can be seen in the background. At the time of this painting was produced (1972) the Eagle would have been brand new, not even having made its first official flight. This...
    • "Night Watch" (Aircraft Control and Warning Radar)

    • Crawford, Sergeant George W.
    • Radar.
    • This photo offers a striking shot of an aircraft control and warning radar lit up against the night sky. Much like their airborne counterparts, these installations provide command and control services for friendly aircraft, as well as more complete...
    • E-3A Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS)

    • Wilson, Hubert
    • Sentry (AWACS Jet)
    • An E-3A "Sentry" soars over the mountains. Introduced in 1977, the Sentry was the new airborne early warning and control aircraft for the USAF, NATO, and several allied nations. Such aircraft offer advantages over similar ground-based radar,...
    • 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...
    • Ready & Waiting (F-4E Phantom II)

    • Berg, Staff Sergeant Roger W.
    • Phantom II (Jet fighter plane).
    • An F-4E "Phantom II" sits in a hangar under floodlights in this arresting photograph. The F-4 was a workhorse fighter for the USAF, Navy, and Marine Corps. Introduced in 1960, this supersonic fighter was an effective fighter despite its initial...
    • Freedom's New Warrior: B-1B

    • Thompson, Staff Sergeant Bill
    • Rockwell B-1 (Bomber).
    • The B-1B "Lancer" or "Bone" (B-One) is a supersonic, conventional bomber. The B-1B was originally designed as a strategic nuclear bomber, but changed into a conventional bomber capable of long-range, low-level flights.
    • OV-10 Bronco

    • Anonymous
    • Bronco (Reconnaissance aircraft).
    • Two OV-10 "Bronco" turboprop aircraft can be seen here, with one peeling away. The Bronco has filled a variety of roles over its time in service after originally being developed to specifically support counter-insurgency operations. That...
    • UH-1N Iroquois

    • Marine, Technical Sergeant John L.
    • UH-1 (Helicopter).
    • The UH-1N "Iroquois" is a twin-engined variant of the original UH-1 Iroquois helicopter, although it's more popularly known as a "Huey" from its original, HU-1 designation. The UH-1N is still in service today, seeing action with the Marine Corps...
    • EF-111

    • Boardman, Technical Sergeant Bill
    • F-111 (Jet fighter plane).
    • The EF-111 "Raven" was a supersonic electronic warfare aircraft adapted from the F-111 "Aardvark." Unofficially it was often called the "Spark 'Vark" for this reason. Electronic warfare can involve a variety of targets and roles, but the EF-111 was...
    • 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.
    • F-4 Phantom II: "Operation Bolo-MiG Sweep"

    • Ferris, Keith
    • Phantom II (Jet fighter plane). Vietnam War, 1961-1975.
    • Operation Bolo was a response to changing Vietnam People's Air Force (VPAF) tactics; VPAF fighters were bypassing fighter escorts for Operation Rolling Thunder bombers and attacking the bombers directly. Operation Bolo consisted of F-4 "Phantom II"...
    • The OV-10A Bronco: "Watch Over the Rhine"

    • Yee, Master Sergeant Yuen-Gi
    • Bronco (Reconnaissance aircraft). Rhine River.
    • An OV-10A "Bronco" can be seen flying over the Rhine in what was then West Germany. The Bronco was a versatile aircraft; its roles included close air support and the full range of forward air control functions. It was able to take off on short...
    • 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...
    • The F-16 Air Combat Fighter

    • Kokojan, Staff Sergeant Herman
    • F-16 (Jet fighter plane)
    • This shot of a F-16 "Fighting Falcon" shows the fighter as it appears to be inverting, perhaps performing a loop. The fighter is largely captured in this shot taken at either dawn or dusk. The F-16 was famously designed to be slightly...
    • F-5E Tiger II Fighters

    • Anonymous
    • F-5 (Jet fighter plane)
    • These F-5E Tiger II's are later variants of the F-5 platform, with the A/B variants called the "Freedom Fighter." These jets were extremely popular as export products to other countries since they were relatively cheap to purchase and maintain. The...
    • T-43 Navigator Trainer

    • Kokojan, Staff Sergeant Herman
    • Boeing 737 (Jet transport)
    • The T-43, seen here banking to the right, was a modified Boeing 737-200 used to train navigators. It also possessed one of the more fun unofficial nicknames in the "Flying Classroom" which derived from its educational role.
    • A-10A Close Air Support Aircraft

    • Fair, Sergeant Ron
    • A-10 (Jet attack plane).
    • The A-10 "Thunderbolt II" or, as it is more frequently known, "Warthog" is a close air support aircraft. This aircraft is known for its extreme durability, as well as excellent low speed control and maneuverability that help it excel in ground...
    • The Minutemen:  "1777/1976"

    • Pettit, Master Sergeant Bud
    • Minuteman (Missile). Minutemen (Militia). Intercontinental ballistic missiles.
    • This composite photograph includes a drawing of a Revolutionary War-era minuteman superimposed over the smoke produced by the lift off of a Minuteman intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM). The ICBM, whose Mark III version is still in service as...
    • 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....
    • 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.
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • E-4A Advanced Airborne Command Post (AABNCP)

    • Lahoski, Sergeant Joseph
    • Air Force One (Presidential aircraft).
    • The E-4A served as an Advanced Airborne Command Post, ensuring the President of the United States or authorized deputies to maintain contact and control of U.S. armed forces. While all four E-4As have since been upgraded to E-4Bs, they are...
    • 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...
    • Thunderbirds Over the Capitol

    • Pettit, Master Sergeant Bud
    • United States Capitol (Washington, D.C.). United States. Air Force. Thunderbirds. T-38 Talon (Training plane).
    • The USAF performance team, the Thunderbirds, can be seen in formation over the Capitol in Washington, D.C. This photo dates from 1974 at the earliest, which is when the Thunderbirds began flying the T-38 "Talon," a highly maneuverable training jet....
    • F-106 "Northern Sentries"

    • Johnson, W. Gene
    • Delta Dart (Jet fighter plane).
    • Two F-106 "Delta Dart" interceptors can be seen flying over snow covered mountains. The Delta Dart was the last dedicated interceptor produced by the U.S.; interceptors were fighters solely intended to prevent enemy aircraft from completing...
    • 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...
    • 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....
    • 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...
    • TR-1 Dragonlady

    • Hackman, Ken
    • U-2 Dragon Lady (Airplane).
    • The TR-1, seen soaring above the clouds here, is a tactical reconnaissance aircraft built to provide long-range reconnaissance of a target. The TR-1, and it's more well-known U-2 variants, specialize in extremely high altitude reconnaissance;...
    • HH-53 Pave Low

    • Belcher, Master Sergeant W. Boyd
    • Sikorsky H-53 (Military transport helicopter).
    • The HH-53 "Pave Low" is seen flying over an arid, rocky backdrop. This helicopter was actually redesignated the MH-53 shortly after this poster series came out, denoting this variant's special operations role. The Pave Low was intended to be a...
    • 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...
    • F-4E Phantoms

    • Hackman, Ken
    • Phantom II (Jet fighter plane).
    • Four F-4 "Phantom II" jets soar above the clouds in this photograph. While many jokes were made about its flight characteristics (it was nicknamed the "Flying Brick" by both American and German fighter pilots), the F-4 was the dominant U.S. fighter...
    • F-16's Over a Spanish Castle

    • Thompson, Technical Sergeant Bill
    • F-16 (Jet fighter plane)
    • Two F-16 "Fighting Falcon" jets fly past the ruins of a Spanish castle in this photograph. These particular F-16s were probably based of Torrejon Air Force Base; the "TJ" tail code indicates that they were attached to the 401st Tactical Fighter...
    • Discovery Vandenberg SLC-6

    • Thompson, Technical Sergeant Bill
    • Vandenberg Air Force Base (Calif.).
    • Originally built as a Titan III launching facility, Space Launch Complex Six (SLC-6 or "Slick Six") was eventually converted into a shuttle launch facility. While a 1986 launch of the space shuttle Discovery was planned, the Challenger Disaster at...
    • OA-37B "Dragonfly" at Sunset

    • Simons, Staff Sergeant Robert
    • T-37 (Training plane).
    • The OA-37B "Dragonfly" was based on the T-37 "Tweet" trainer frame and as a result was often called the "Super Tweet" by its pilots. The OA-37 designation came about in the 1980s after being assigned to a Foward Air Control (FAC) role; they were...
    • Peacekeeper Vandenberg Launch

    • Jones, Fred
    • Vandenberg Air Force Base (Calif.). MX (Weapons system).
    • The Peacekeeper missiles were land-based intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM), also known as M/X rockets. They were MIRV (multiple independently targetable reentry vehicles) missiles, meaning they carried multiple warheads that could strike...
    • First Operational B1-B on Delivery to Dyess AFB

    • Haggerty, Staff Sergeant Mike
    • Rockwell B-1 (Bomber).
    • This B1-B "Lancer" is the first operational B-1B delivered to the USAF. Only four B1-A bombers were ever built; the original B1 was intended to be supersonic, low-level nuclear bomber. After the program was scrapped, it was revived with a similar...

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