World’s Largest Aircraft Cemetery

The largest aircraft carrier or US Air Force is in the Arizona desert, with more than 4,400 aircraft.

The Davis-Monthan Air Force Base is known for dumping unmanned military aircraft and aircraft from the 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group (AMARG).

The A10 Thunderbolts, a large military transport aircraft, included World War II aircraft. This graveyard can be found in the desert near Tucson, Arizona, almost 2,600 acres, from the F-14 Tomcat, which was famous for its Top Gun movie.

In fact, the air base is an aircraft grave and also provides spare parts for existing aircraft. It is also a place that makes it ready for military use when needed.

Soviet satellite during the Cold War, intelligence social Diamond Star dropped B52 wing that can carry nuclear weapons are deployed on the ground but was deceived by these aircraft are necessary for US to 50 years to serve in this tomb B52 aircraft built to bear the responsibility in 2015 To see through the View to perform.

Some of the planes left in the graveyard were without wings and propellers, with additional support for the aircraft still in service, while others were ready to serve when needed.

The David-Monthan Air Force Base is the site of the crash site, as well as a film studio for film companies. The latest video filmed at this base is Revenge of the Fallen, the latest version of the popular Transformers series, which is popular among young fans today.

The Bing Maps, which is made by Bing Maps, is now visible on the David-Monthan Air Force Base with Bird Eye View and awaiting the sunrise or the sunrise of the famous aircraft. Not only on mobile phones but on browsers such as IE, Chrome and Mozilla.

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