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Article about: Aviation Graveyard - Kingman Arizona..! - YouTube Very interesting series of photos of the Kingman aircraft graveyard, some great nose art featured and i thought "Duke Spook" was b

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    Aviation Graveyard - Kingman Arizona..! - YouTube
    Very interesting series of photos of the Kingman aircraft graveyard, some great nose art featured and i thought "Duke Spook" was brilliant. Interesting how the B 24 liberators sit on their tails with the engines removed.
    Very sad how these warbirds end up as ingots of aluminium!...
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.



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    What a waste of these aircraft such a shame!

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    Interesting pictorial history.

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    Great history! Thanks for showing

    Eric
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    Very interesting, thanks for posting Paul.

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    The most produced aircraft ever

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    Thanks Gunny!!!!
    I just wish I was old enough to have made a trip there when the great planes were there.
    What waste of those great machines.
    Semper Fi
    Phil

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    A sad video. Survived the war only to be cut and smashed to pieces. That's no way to go.

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    Particularly striking when you see the old war veterans marked with huge mission flight hash marks on their noses-to survive the flak,the fighters, the weather....just to end up being stripped down and smelted. A shame that no one thought to at least save the sheets with the nose art and names on them-they would have made for an amazing museum exhibit. What I found intriguing, though, was that so many of them were almost covered in graffiti! You have to wonder, who were these names? Men who flew in it? Men who repaired it and kept it flying? Or.....unknowns? An excellent video clip in any case. I wonder just how many total B-24's and Others were parked there waiting for their final mission?
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    Quote by helmetone View Post
    A sad video. Survived the war only to be cut and smashed to pieces. That's no way to go.
    I must agree.

    EZ
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