Entry sign at the Planes of Fame Museum, Chino, CA.
Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress
Boeing P-26A "Peashooter" Pursuit Aircraft. This aircraft is one of only two original P-26A's left in the world and is flyable.
Propellor of the Boeing P-26-A Peashooter
Boeing P-12E Pursuit aircraft. Currently painted as a USN F4B-3.
North American P-51D "Mustang" fighter aircraft.
Another view of the Mustang
Seversky/Republic 2PA/AT-12 Guardsman
Curtiss-Wright P-40N-5-CU Warhawk
North American P-51D Mustang
Self-Portrait in the spinner of a Stearman PT-17 "Kaydet" at Planes Of Fame
Bell P-39 "Airacobra" at Planes of Fame
Ryan FR-1 "Fireball", front view showing the piston engine and propeller
Ryan FR-1 "Fireball", rear view showing the jet engine tailpipe
Ryan FR-1 "Fireball". This hybrid (propeller in the front and jet in the tail) was the first jet aircraft to carrier qualify for the US Navy and it was the first tricycle landing gear aircraft on carriers. This may be last example of this aircraft in exsistence.
Lockheed P-38J "LIghting". This type was flown by the USA's highest scoring Ace in WWII, Major Richard Bong. Bong scored 40 victories over the Japanese with the P-38.
Russian-built replica of the Japanese "Zero" fighter. Due to shoddy original construction, this aircraft was completly rebuilt by the museum.
Working on the Northrop N9MB Flying Wing
Engine from Northrop N9MB Flying Wing
Grumman F8F-1 "Bearcat" undergoing restoration
Hiller H-23 "Raven" Helicopter
Republic Aircraft P-47D "Thunderbolt"
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