AC-47 Gunship - The AC-47 is a fascinating gunship better known as "Puff" or "Spooky." This gunship became famous in the movie "Green Berets."
FA-18 Super Hornet - What sets this multi-mission aircraft apart is its capabilities to be both a fighter and a bomber. According to the Navy, there is no fighter in the world today - or will be in the next 20 years - that can decisively defeat the Super Hornet in combat.
F-16 Fighting Falcon - The F-16 Fighting Falcon is a compact fighter aircraft that has proven itself in air-to-air and air-to-surface attack.
C-130 Hercules - In all its 40 versions, the C-130 Hercules can be both a personnel and cargo carrier.
L-5 Stinson - During WWII, the L-5, with its short field takeoff and landing, performed invaluable service as artillery spotters, reconnaissance aircraft and aerial ambulances, earning the nickname "The Flying Jeep."
L-39 Albatross - The L-39 Albatross is a single-engine, tandem two-seat, all metal subsonic jet aircraft. In 1972, the Soviet Union selected it as their standard jet trainer, and the Russian Knights, the equivalent of the Blue Angels, flew them.
AT-6 Texan - First used during WWII to train pilots, the AT-6 Texan was later used in the Korean War to guide jet fighters and bombers to their targets. It was nicknamed "The Mosquito" by the enemy due to its unique sound and the inevitable "sting" that followed.
T-38 Talon - The T-38 is used in a variety of roles because of its design, ease of maintenance and exceptional safety record, but it is primarily used for pilot and instructor pilot training.
B-25 Mitchell - Created in the late 1930s, B-52s were a key force during WWII. In 1942, the United States used them in bombing missions in the Doolittle Raid on Tokyo. Since then, they have been used in the civilian field as fire bombers, utility aircraft, movie camera platforms and electronics test beds.
TBM Avenger - The TBM Avenger is not a plane to be forgotten. It served our country in every carrier-versus-carrier battle during WWII, including the battle of Midway. In 1945, the Avenger scored direct torpedo attacks on two of the world's largest battleships, Musashi and Yamato, and sunk them, thereby avenging the attack of Pearl Harbor.
B-1B Lancer - The B-1B is an amazing multi-role, long-range bomber that holds several world records for speed, payload and distance. In 1994, the Aeronautic Association recognized the B-1B for completing one of the10 most memorable record flights.
A-10 Warthog - The A-10 was one of the first Air Force aircraft specifically designed to aid ground forces with close air support during missions. The Warthog, with its ability to combine large military loads, long loiter and wide combat radius, played a vital role in our success during Operation Desert Storm.
F-100 Super Sabre - The F-100 was originally designed to destroy enemy aircraft in aerial combat and then became a fighter-bomber. This was the first aircraft capable of flying faster than the speed of sound (760 mph) in level flight.
F-15 Eagle - The F-15 Eagle has an outstanding design that makes it a night-flying, all-weather aircraft. It is able to fly behind enemy lines during bad conditions, maneuver rapidly and strike targets precisely.
F-117A Stealth Fighter - The F-117A is a remarkable aircraft and the world?s first operational aircraft designed to exploit low-observable stealth technology. This aircraft has the ability to penetrate high-threat airspace and use laser-guided weapons.
P-51 Mustang - Proposed, designed, built and flown in an amazing 117 days, the P-51 Mustang was invaluable to the success of the Allies in WWII, fighting its way into Hitler's heartland and accounting for more kills than any other Allied airplane during the war.
F-86 Sabre Jet - The F-86 Sabre Jet was the first swept-wing airplane in the U.S. inventory and was victorious over the Russian-built MiG-15 fighters during the Korean War.
MiG-17 - The Russian "Screaming Eagles" aircraft has served in at least 20 nations throughout the world. It's exciting to watch it fly with its 20-foot long afterburner.