Warplane Survivors USA: Ohio

Ohio Warplanes

(Master Sgt. Rob Wieland, USAF Photo)

General Dynamics F-16C Block 42F/G Fighting Falcons (Serial Nos. 89-2098 and 89-2112), 112th Fighter Squadron "Stingers", 180th Fighter Wing, Ohio Air National Guard during "Exercise Northern Edge '06", over Alaska on 14 June 2006.

(USAF Photo)

North American F-51D-25-NA Mustang (Serial No. 44-73348), 162nd Fighter Squadron, Ohio Air National Guard, 1947.  The 162nd FS flew the Mustang from 1947 to 1955.

(USAF Photo)

North American P-51H-10-NA Mustang (Serial No. 44- 64502), 164th Fighter Squadron, Ohio Air National Guard, 1949.

(Bill Larkins Photo)

Curtiss C-46 Commando (Serial No. 44-77541), Ohio Air National Guard, ca 1950s.

(RuthAS Photo)

Boeing KC-97L Stratotanker of 160 ARW Ohio Air National Guard in 1974.

(USAF Photo)

Republic F-84E-25-RE Thunderjet (Serial No. 51-508) from the 162nd Fighter Squadron, Ohio Air National Guard.  The 162nd FS flew the Thunderjet from 1955 to 1957.

(USAF Photo)

Republic F-84E-25-RE Thunderjet (Serial No. 51-508) from the 162nd Fighter Squadron, Ohio Air National Guard.

(USAF Photo)

Republic F-84F Thunderstreaks, 164th Tactical Fighter Squadron, Ohio Air National Guard.

(USAF Photo)

Republic F-84F-25-RE Thunderstreak (Serial No. 51-1747), 162nd Tactical Fighter Squadron, 178th Tactical Fighter Group, Ohio Air National Guard, during Operation "Punchcard IV", ca 1960s. Note the open drag chute door, the chute was lost during flight because it was accidentally deployed.

(USGOV-PD Photo)

North American F-100F-10-NA Super Sabre (Serial No. 56-3859), 162nd Tactical Fighter Squadron, 178th Tactical Fighter Group, Ohio Air National Guard, 1974.

(USAF Photo)

LTV A-7D Corsair II (Serial No. 69-6222), 162nd Tactical Fighter Squadron, 178th Tactical Fighter Group, Ohio Air National Guard, 1971.

(USAF Photo)

LTV A-7D-5-CV Corsair II (Serial No. 69-6233), 162nd Tactical Fighter Squadron, 178th Tactical Fighter Group, Ohio Air National Guard, 1971.

(USAF Photo)

LTV A-7D Corsair II (Serial No. 69-6221), 162nd Tactical Fighter Squadron, 178th Tactical Fighter Group, Ohio Air National Guard, 1971.

(USAF Photo)

LTV A-7K Corsair II (Serial No. 80-0293), 162nd Tactical Fighter Squadron, 178th Tactical Fighter Group, Ohio Air National Guard, 1983.

(USAF Photo)

LTV A-7D Corsair II fighters from the 162d Tactical Fighter Squadron, 178th Tactical Fighter Group in flight Aircraft identified as (Serial Nos. 69-6222, 69-6233, 70-1053, and 71-1298), 1984.

(SSgt Jeffrey Allen, USAF Photo)

General Dynamics F-16C Block 30E Fighting Falcon (Serial No. 86-0364), armed with AIM-120 AMRAAM missiles, 2003.

(SSgt Jeffrey Allen, USAF Photo)

General Dynamics F-16C Block 30E Fighting Falcon (Serial No. 86-0364) assigned to the 162nd Fighter Squadron, 178th Fighter Wing, Ohio air National Guard,

(MSgt Jeremy Lock, USAF Photo)

General Dynamics F-16C Block 42E Fighting Falcon (89-2051), 12th Fighter Squadron, 180th Fighter Wing, Ohio ANG, Toledo, Ohio, 2012.

(Senior Master Sgt. Rasouliyan, USAF Photo)

Boeing KC-135R Stratotanker (Serial No. 61-0264), 121st Air Refueling Wing, Ohio Air National Guard, 2007.

(Technical Sgt. Lisa Haun, USAF Photo)

Lockheed C-130H Hercules (Serial No. 90-1794) from the 164th Airlift Squadron, 179th Airlift Wing, Ohio Air National Guard, 2008.

 (MSgt Lisa Haun, USAF Photo)

Alenia C-27J Spartan, 179 Airlift Wing, Ohio National Guard, Mansfield Lahm Airport, Ohio.  The C-27J gives U.S. military troops a unique, short takeoff and landing capability, providing access to airstrips otherwise unreachable by fixed-wing aircraft.

(Staff Sgt. Joe Harwood, USAF Photo)

Alenia C-27J Spartan (Serial No. 87012), Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, 2011.

(ASC Historical Office, USAF Photo)

Packard-Le Pere LUSAC-11 biplane flown by Major Rudolph W. Schroeder, in which he set a 30,900 foot two-man altitude record over McCook Field, Ohio, 24 Sep 1919.

On the night of 14/15 August 1945, a Northrop P-61B Black Widow scored the last American kill of a Japanese fighter during the Second World War.  The American aircraft was flown by LT Robert Clyde, with LT Bruce Leford as his radio operator (RO), both serving with the 548th Night Fighter Squadron (NFS).  Their Black Widow, named “Lady in the Dark” forced a Nakajima Ki-43 Hayabusa (Oscar) into the sea near Ie Shima.  Although the war had officially ended at 0800 hours on 15 August 1945, the Lady in the Dark achieved a second kill that same night when CAPT (Solie) Soloman and his radio operator LT John Scheerer, forced a Nakajima Ki-44 Shoki (Tojo) into the Pacific.  No shots were fired. Source: Larry Davis and Dave Menard, P-61 Black Widow in Action, Aircraft Number 106, squadron/signal publications, Carrollton, TX, 1990, p.27.

I had read of this account many years ago, and as an aviation enthusiast hoped one day to see a few of the surviving P-61s that can be found in air museums in the USA.  The National Museum of the USAF at Dayton, Ohio has a P-61C, along with hundreds of other magnificent warbirds and historic aircraft in their collection.  One could spend days just reading the information presented there.  There are, however, other military aircraft preserved in Ohio.

The information about aircraft on display in the National Museum of the USAF is very well covered on their website and in their regularly updated museum brochure, but other warbirds that can be found in the state are not as well known or visited.  For this reason, this handbook covers those aircraft in a bit more detail.  The examples listed include Army, Navy and Marine Corps aircraft as well as the Air Force and several foreign warbirds that are on view in Ohio.

The history of the USAF is very well told and illustrated in the National Museum of the USAF.  It begins with the Wright Flyer, which depended on the dihedral of its wings and the ability of the pilot to move his body from side to side, or forward and backward to alter the balance of his aircraft in order to control it.  The US Navy is well represented in terms of aircraft elsewhere in the state. The remarkable collection held by Walter Soplata includes an example of the tailless Chance Vought F7U–3 Cutlass jet fighter.  In a book written by the aviation author Martin Caiden, he described a flight demonstration in a Cutlass by a pilot named Paul Thayer who was putting on an airshow display over the Patuxtent River.  Caiden saw Thayer roar in low over the airfield and then watched him pull up into a vertical climb to the “cheers of thousands.”  Near the top of his climb, the entire aft end of the Cutlass burst into flames, followed by Thayer ejecting safely to the field below while the Cutlass crashed into Chesapeake Bay.  Caiden noted that, “Thayer was a very smart man because that was his last flight in the Cutlass and he later became president of Ling-Temco-Vought (LTV).  Source: Martin Strasser Caiden, Test Pilots: Riding the Dragon, Bantam Books, New York, 1992, pp. 306-307.

This is the kind of imagery and story-telling often comes up when one has the opportunity to chat with present and former military pilots, many of whom you will encounter as you explore these museums, collections and walk around the various gate guardians in Ohio.  I have also met many while participating in airshows as a skydiver.  Airshows are a wonderful place to go “warbird hunting,” because they are often the best place to see the handful of former front-line warbirds which may still be seen aloft.  The military aircraft that have been retired to museums, or are now standing as gate guardians outside their former airbases are still impressive.  These aircraft are a significant part of our modern history, and they deserve to be remarked upon and remembered.  For that reason, I felt there was a need for a handbook that could be used as a guide for aviation enthusiasts to point the way to where you can find those surviving warbirds in the state of Ohio.

While I was compiling this data, I had the opportunity to speak with a number of the pilots and warbird enthusiasts who are still actively flying the handful of original well-restored and airworthy warbirds like those remaining in Ohio. There are many with incredible aviation stories to tell.  One man told me about his friend who kept up a continuous hunt for old warbirds until he died of cancer recently.  On one expedition this individual had found a Ryan PT-22 Recruit trainer stowed away in near mint condition in an old barn located in a remote part of the state.  Perhaps there are more discoveries like that one waiting to happen in Ohio.

This brings me to explain what this book is about. Many examples of aircraft that saw service with the United States Army Air Corps (USAAC), the United States Army Air Force (USAAF), the United States Navy (USN), The United States Marine Corps (USMC), and the United States Coast Guard (USCG) have been or are currently being salvaged and preserved in Ohio, particularly where they are of significant historical interest.  The Boeing P-26A “Peashooter” which was the first all-metal monoplane fighter produced for the US Army Air Corps in 1932, has been reproduced as a replica looking like it has just flown from the factory to the National Museum of the USAF.  The YF-22 prototype Advanced Tactical Fighter (ATF) also made its way to the National Museum of the USAF in 1998.  The X-classes of air research vehicles are very well represented in Ohio, and many are one-of-a kind.  Not all of the most interesting warbirds are in museums, and as listed you will find that a good number are still flying in the hands of private owners.

The purpose of this handbook is to provide an update and a simple checklist of where the surviving military aircraft in Ohio are now, and to provide a photograph of a few of the major types mentioned.  (For more detailed information and photographs, I highly recommend the most current edition of the United States Air Force Museum Brochure.  A list is attached with an update to the information on Ohio Warplanes current to 2013.  The original Ohio Warplane Survivor  handbook is also appended with a brief summary of the military aircraft presently on display within the state by location, and a bit of each warbird’s history in US military service.  Due to space limitations, a selection of only those Warbirds that can be found in Ohio is provided.

No list can ever be completely up to date, so if you as a reader have additional information to add, please forward an update to me at 176 McGibbon Street, Fredericton, New Brunswick, E3B9W9, or e-mail me at hskaarup@rogers.com.

It is my sincere hope that the list of Ohio Warplanes will continue to grow as more of them are recovered and restored.  Grant that you find this handbook useful.

Per Ardua Ad Astra,

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Ohio Warplane Survivors


Fleet 2 biplane, Reg. No. N409K, (Serial No. 132).  Joseph E. Murray, 5233 Dailey Road, 44319.

Lockheed 18 Lodestar, Reg. No. N33604, (Serial No. 2170).  B & H Industries, PO Box 16823, 44309.


(Mark Moxley-Knapp Photo)

LTV A-7A Corsair II (BuNo. 153142).  On display in front of Alliance (Aviators) High School.


Bell UH-1 Iroquois helicopter (Serial No. 65-09888).  VFW Post No. 4161.


(Mark Knapp Photos)

Lockheed P2V Neptune (BuNo. 131522), VFW Post 3761.

Batavia, Tri-State Warbird Museum, 4021 Borman Drive, 45103.

Bell UH-1 Iroquois helicopter (Serial No. 63-12972).  VVA Chapter No. 649.

Boeing Stearman N2S-3/PT-17 Kadet (B75N1), C/N 75-7899, Reg. No. N224DF.

Curtiss P-40M Kittyhawk, RNZAF (Serial No. NZ3119), USAAF (Serial No. 43-5813), restoration to airworthiness project.

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8/N, post-war reproduction, Reg. No. N190AF.  Airworthy.  This aircraft represents a late-war F-8 ground attack aircraft.

Goodyear FG-1D Corsair (BuNo. 92132), restoration to airworthiness project.

Grumman TBM-3 Avenger (Serial No.), ex-RCN.

Link ANT-18 Trainer.

(Kogo Photo)

North American TB-25N Mitchell (Serial No. 44-28765) center section, C/N 108-47749, “Axis Nightmare”, Reg. No. N898BW, painted as (Serial No. 45-8898).

North American AT-6D Texan (BuNo. 54778?), SH, 42, USMC.

North American P-51D-25NA Mustang (Serial No. 44-73260),C/N 124-44267, adopted (Serial No. 44-84410), LH-O, "Cincinnati Miss", Reg. No. N83KD.  David O'Malley, Batavia, Ohio.

Piper PA-16 Clipper (Serial No.), 1949.


North American T-28C Trojan, (Serial No. 140570), Reg. No. N462NA.  Douglas W. Auxier, 457 W Main Street 45103-1711.

Beach City

North American SNJ-5C Texan, Reg. No. N3JC, (Serial No. 51875).  William J Crone, 10335 Dolphin Street, 44608.


Howard DGA-15P, Reg. No. N97893, (Serial No. 902).  Robert N. Webster, 683 High Street, 44014.


North American Harvard II, Reg. No. N8994, (Serial No. 662814).  Todd L. Winemiller, 6475 Taylor Pike, 45107-7853.

Blue Ash

(John Meneely)

(Mark Knapp Photo)

LTV A-7 Corsair II (Serial No. 75-0368), mounted on a concrete pylon.

LTV A-7D Corsair II (Serial No. 71-0360), Blue Ash Air Station.

Bowling Green, Wood County Regional Airport.

(Mark Knapp Photos)

Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star (Serial No. 53-4932).

Bradner, Rising Sun

North American F-86D/L Sabre (Serial No. 53-1023).

Brooklyn, City Hall.

(Mark Knapp Photos)

Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star (Serial No. 51-9263).

Cadiz, Harrison County Airport.

Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star (Serial No. 52-9785), C/N 580-80445.  Previously at Marietta.

Cambridge, Municipal Airport

(Mark Knapp Photos)

Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star (Serial No. 51-9766), C/N 580-8026, mounted on a pylon.  A memorial to aircrew members of Guernsey County.

Canal Winchester

Grumman S2F-1 Tracker, (Serial No. 136464), Reg. No. N4225F.  David S. Alton, 5364 Winchester Cathedral Drive, 43110-8337.


North American P-51D-20NT Mustang, (Serial No. 44-13016), "Dove of Peace", ex-Reg. No. N5551D.  This aircraft was sold in 2004 to Robert Broek, Wanaka, New Zealand, Reg. No. ZK-SAS.

Carroll, Historical Aircraft Squadron, Inc., Fairfield County Airport, 3266 Old Columbus Road, 43112.

Baby Ace.

(Mark Knapp Photo)

P-51 Mustang replica.

(Mark Knapp Photo)

Beechcraft D-18S Twin Beech (Serial No.).

(Mark Knapp Photo)

Rutan VariEze composite canard homebuilt.

(Mark Knapp Photo)

Culver Cadet (made in Columbus).

(Mark Knapp Photo)

Folland Gnat/HAL Ajeet (Serial No. E276).

(Mark Knapp Photo)

Stinson L-5 Voyager (Serial No. 298730), 6C-D.

Vultee BT-13 Valiant (Serial No.).


Vultee BT-13A Valiant, Reg. No. N93, (Serial No. 44-0352).


New Standard D-31 Special, with Kinner B-5 engine.

Cincinatti, Aviation Heritage Society & Museum, 262 Wilmer Avenue, 45226.

(Cincinatti AHS&M Photo)

North American F-86H Sabre (Serial No. 53-1528), C/N 300.  F-86H-10-NH built in Columbus, ex-DCANG.

Cincinnati, Union Township Veterans Memorial Park.

Bell GUH-1D Iroquois Helicopter (Serial No. 63-12972), C/N 4168.  3 miles from Clemont County Airport, I69.


Beech AT-11 Kansan, (Serial No. 983), Reg.No. N75595.  Charles L. Ball, 8551 Vorhees Lane, 45200.

Boeing B-17E Flying Fortress, (Serial No. 41-9090), Reg. No. N3142U.  Ex-8th AF, 92nd BG, 352nd BS, “Sooner”.  Ultimate Sacrifice Memorial Foundation, attempted recovery from Narsassuaq, Greenland in July 1999.  4393 Glendale Milford Road, 45242-3705.

Douglas C-54 Skymaster, (Serial No. 27249), Reg. No. N89FA.  Gator Global Flying Services Inc., 11 Village Square, Cincinnati, OH 45246-4514.

Douglas C-54B-DC Skymaster, (Serial No. 10489), Reg. No. N90405.  Amhonat Company, F.D. Kirwin, 1000United MO BK, Cincinnati, OH 45200.

Fairchild PT-19 Cornell, (Serial No. 7983AE), Reg. No. N53684.  John E. White, 1752 Brewster, Cincinnati, OH 45200.

Goodyear FG-1D Corsair, (BuNo. 92433), C/N 3732, “Marines Dream”, Reg. No. N773RD.  Ray Dieckman, 861 Wismar Drive, Cincinnati, OH 45255-4521).

North American AT-6D Texan, Reg. No. N7RK, (Serial No. 42-84779).  David B Omaley, 5085 Willow Hills Lane, Cincinnati, OH 45243-4219.

Circleville, Amvets Post 2256.

(Mark Knapp Photo)

Republic F-105D Thunderchief (Serial No. 59-1771), C/N D83, “Black Bart”.


North American SNJ-3 Texan, (Serial No. 787345), Reg. No. N51531.  Bruce Cook, 516 Sycamore Drive, 43113-1138.

Sikorsky S-55B Chickasaw, (Serial No. 55-729), Reg. No. N16861.  Harral Helicopter Inc., 43113.


DeHavilland DHC-6 Twin Otter, (Serial No. 4), Reg. No. N607NA.  National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 21000 Brook Park Road, Mail Stop 4-2, 44135.

Sikorsky UH-19D Chickasaw, (Serial No. 55-3211), Reg. No. N90414.  Gilbert Singerman, 1601 North Marginal Road, 44114.

Cleveland, Burke Lakefront Airport.

(Martin McGuire Photo)

McDonnell Douglas F-4E Phantom II (Serial No. 66-0284), 1, C/N 2234, Thunderbird markings, mounted on a pylon.

(Martin McGuire Photo)

McDonnell Douglas F-4J Phantom II (BuNo. 153812), 1, C/N 2088, Blue Angels markings, mounted on a pylon.

Cleveland, Frederick C. Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum, 10825 East Boulevard, 44106.

Chester Special NX 93-Y, 1937, "The Goon".

Curtiss MF Seagull, (Serial No. 5543), Reg. No. NC-903.

Curtiss XP519 Oriole, (Serial No. 189), Reg. No. NC1660.

(Mark Knapp Photo)

Curtis Pusher hydroaeroplane 1911, original, “Bumble Bee”.

DeHavilland DH-4.


Fleet 16B (Serial No. 272), Reg. No. NC230H, 1929 Biplane.

Gee Bee R-1, 1932, replica racer.

(Mark Knapp Photo)

Goodyear blimp gondola.

Goodyear F2G-2 Corsair, Reg. No. NX5577N, (BuNo. 88463), Racing No. 74.

Great Lakes 2T-1A Sport Trainer, 1929, Reg. No. NC3462.

(Mark Knapp Photo)

Howard DGA-3, No. 37, “Pete”, Reg. No. NR2Y.

(Mark Knapp Photo)

North American P-51K-10-NA Mustang, (Serial No. 44-12116), “Second Fiddle”, Reg. No. N79161.

Thomas-Morse S-4C Scout 5452, (Serial No. 633).

(Mark Knapp Photo)

Wendell-Williams Model 44 Special Racer, (Serial No. 109), 25, Reg. No. NX-61Y.

Cleveland, International Women’s Air & Space Museum (IWASM), Burke Lakefront Airport, Room 165, 1501 North Marginal Road, 44114.

(Mark Knapp Photo)

Link Trainer.

(aeroplanepics0112 Photo)

(Mark Knapp Photo)

Pilurs-Smith DSA-1 Miniplane, Reg. No. N1199, “Purple Puddy Tat”, on permanent display in the terminal at Cleveland Burke Lakefront Airport Terminal.  1963 Darned Small Aircraft (DSA) built by Tracy Pilurs, winner of the 1962 Women’s National Aerobatic Championship.

Cleveland, NASA Lewis Research Center, Visitor Center, 21000 Brookpark Road, 44135.  Aeronautics; Space Exploration; The Solar System; Propulsion (air and spacecraft); Space Shuttle; Apollo Skylab III Command Module; Satellites That Serve Us; Materials and Structures Research; and, Spin-offs of NASA programs.


LTV A-7A Corsair II (BuNo. 153142), Fabricor Inc.


Bell AH-1 Cobra helicopter (Serial No. 67-15490), c/n 20154, Vietnam Veterans Association No. 42.

Columbus, Commemorative Air Force, Cleveland Wing.

North American SNJ-4 Texan, C/N 88-13041, Reg. No. N224X.  1941.

Columbus, Ohio History of Flight Museum, 4275 Sawyer Rd., Port Columbus International Airport, 43219.  This museum has closed.

Columbus, Ohio Historical Society, 17th Ave.

(Mark Knapp Photo)

Aeronca C-2, c/n A-66, Reg. No. NC10304).  Built by Aeronca at their factory at Lunken Field. Previously part of the collection of the Ohio History of Flight Museum, at Port Columbus.

(Mark Knapp Photo)

Alliance Aircraft Argo, Reg. No. N596K, (Serial No. 106), 1929.  This aircraft was part of the former Ohio History of Flight Collection.



Goodyear Inflatoplane.  1955.

(Mark Knapp Photo)

Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle VI-R, c/n 62, Reg. No. N901MW.

Superior Culver V, c/n V-200, 1948, Reg. No. N80281.


Wilber-Curtiss Pusher D 1911.

Wright Model G Seaplane.

Columbus, Defense Construction Supply Center .

Bell UH-1 Iroquois (Serial No. 69-15939).


Consolidated-Vultee BT-15, (Serial No. 2678), Reg. No. N2678.  David A. Brown, 4452 Carriage Hill Lane, Columbus, OH 43220-3838.

North American AT-6D Texan, (Serial No. 43-884), Reg. No. N29937.  David A. Brown, 4452 Carriage Hill Lane, Columbus, OH 43220-3838.

North American P-51D-25NA Mustang (Serial No. 44-73273), C/N 122-39732, "Sarah Jean",  Reg. No. N210D.  Adopted (Serial No. 44-84952).  Tide Aircraft LLC.

Columbus, Commemorative Air Force, Ohio Valley Wing.

Stinson L-5E Sentinel (Serial No. 44-18143), EA-7, 1945.  Painted as USMC (BuNo. 04013), “Carin’ Belle”, Reg. No. N5138B.

Columbus, Center of Science & Industry, 33 W Broad St, Columbus, OH 43215.

Ryan PT-12 Recruit (Serial No.).

Mercury Capsule.

Columbus, Ohio State University airport (KOSU)

(Mark Knapp Photo)

Piper Cub, Reg. No. NC33225.


North American SNJ-4 Texan, (Serial No. 88-13374), Reg. No. N6420D.  Thomas T. Ungurean, 1690 Sleepy Hollow Drive, 43812-3137.

(Author Photos)

North American P-51D-30NA Mustang (Serial No. 44-74813), painted as (Serial No. 44-14906), ex-RCAF (Serial No. 9261), “Cripes A’Mighty”, Reg. No. N151BW.  Thomas T. Ungurean.


North American AT-6 Texan, (Serial No. 49-3003), Reg. No. N39311.  Warbirds of Dayton, 1147 Captains Brig, 45458-5711.

North American T-6G Texan, (Serial No. 49-3222), Reg. No. N22NA.  William J. Leff, 301 Estates Drive, 45459-2839.

North American T-28A Trojan, (Serial No. 49-1654), Reg. No. N5251V.  David K. Burnap Advertising Inc., 7106 Corporate Way, 45459.

Sikorsky S-51 Dragonfly Helicopter, (Serial No. 5122), Reg. No. N92808.  45405.

Dayton Aviation Heritage, National Historic Park

(Mark Knapp Photo)

Wright Flyer replica.

Dayton, Carillon Park, 2001 S. Patterson Blvd., Wright Cycle Co.

(Mark Knapp Photos)

Wright Flyer.

Dayton, National Museum of the United States Air Force (NMUSAF), 1100 Spaatz St., Wright-Patterson AFB, 45433-7102.

The aircraft preserved in the NMUSAF are listed on separate web pages on this web site.


Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star (Serial No. 51-8623).

East Liberty

Curtiss JN-4D Jenny, (Serial No. 1), Reg. No. N2074M.  Jeffrey J. Hall, 8479 Road 153, 43319.


Bell AH-1 Cobra helicopter (Serial No. 69-16441), VFW Post No. 9571.


Convair YF-102 Delta Dagger (Serial No. 52-7995).  This aircraft has apparently been scrapped.


North American F-86D/L Sabre (Serial No. 53-1058).


North American SNJ-5 Texan, (Serial No. 88-14518), Reg. No. N4745C.  Joe Binder, 426 4th Street, 43420.

Howard DGA-5, (Serial No.), Reg. No. N,.  Fremont Airport, St Rd 53, 43420.


North American AT-6D Texan, (Serial No. 121-42714), Reg. No. N373N.  Robert B. Spencer, 5833 Red bank Road, 43021.

North American T-6 Texan, (Serial No. 49-3337A), Reg. No. N73337.  Michael A. Smyser, 6820 Africa Road, 43021.


DeHavilland DHC-1 Chipmunk, (Serial No. C1-0765), Reg. No. N2247.  Ernest R. Streifthau, 233 S. Cherry Street, 45327-1313.


Lockheed T-33A-1-LO Shooting Star (Serial No. 51-16988), TR-988, mounted on a pylon in Williams Park.


Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star (Serial No. 51-9184).

Greenville, Fighting Falcon Military Museum of the Flat River Historical Museum, PO Box 188, 48838.

Waco CG-4A Hadrian (Serial No.), project

Groveport, Motts Military Museum

Bell AH-1F Cobra (Serial No. 67-15480), C/N 20144.  Originally built as an AH-1G-BF.

LTV A-7D Corsair II (Serial No. 73-1106).


Bell UH-1H Iroquois Helicopter (Serial No. 70-16349).  American Legion Post No. 551,


(Martin McGuire Photo)

Bell AH-1F Cobra Helicopter (Serial No. 67-15450), VFW Post No. 3334.


Curtiss Wright Model 19R, (Serial No. 19R-20), Reg. No. N19RX.  D.P. Carter Inc., 5420 Millikin Road, 45011-8424.

North American T-28B Trojan, (Serial No. 138239), Reg. No. N726A.  James I. Arbogast, 5617 Liberty Fairfield Road, 45011.


Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star (Serial No. 52-9756).

Harrod, Harrod Veterans Memorial Park.

(Tim Scott Stefanski Photos)

(Mark Knapp Photos)

Bell UH-1H Iroquois Helicopter (Serial No. 65-9587), 176, C/N 4631.  Mounted on a pylon.

(Mark Knapp Photo)

Bell UH-1H Iroquois Helicopter (Serial No. ----349)


Fleet 16 B biplane, (Serial No. 533), Reg. No. N39618.  Kenneth K. Moir, 226 Lowell Drive, 44240-2226.


Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star (Serial No. 52-9788).

Lancaster, Historical Aircraft Squadron.

Culver Cadet.

Lockbourne AFB  121st TFW, Columbus - Rickenbacker International, Ohio Air National Guard Base, 43217.

Cessna O-2A Skymaster (Serial No. 69-7630).

Convair NC-131H Samaritan (Serial No. 53-7793).

Convair TC-131E Samaritan (Serial No. 55-4751).

Lockheed P-80C-1-LO Shooting Star (Serial No. 47-171).

(Adrian Brooks Photo)

LTV A-7D Corsair II (Serial No. 73-0999).

LTV A-7D Corsair II (Serial No. 73-1006), OH, C/N D-402.

McDonnell Douglas RF-4C Phantom II (Serial No. 65-0903).

McDonnell Douglas F-15A Eagle (Serial No. 77-0068).

Republic F-84E Thunderjet (Serial No. 49-2348).

Republic F-84F Thunderstreak (Serial No. 51-1620).

(Adrian Brooks Photo)

Republic F-84F Thunderstreak (Serial No. 51-1346).

North American F-100D Super Sabre (Serial No. 55-2884).


North American F-86H Sabre (Serial No. 53-1528).


North American T-6G Texan, (Serial No. 49-3139A), Reg. No. N2805G.  Joseph A. Carcipppolo, 1043 Richmond Road, 44124-1057.

North American SNJ-5 Texan, (Serial No. 84930), Reg.No. N3665F.  Joseph A. Carcioppolo, 1043 Richmond Road, 44124-1057.

Madison  Charles F. Reed, 5782 Trask Road, 44057.

Fleet 2 biplane, (Serial No. 332), Reg. No. N764V.

Fokker Dr. I, replica.

Piper J-5, (Serial No. 5-547), Reg. No. N35037.

Ryan PT-22 Recruit (Serial No. ).


North American T-28A Trojan, (Serial No. 49-1513), Reg. No. N300AF.  Teresa E. Wisdom, 994 Millsboro Road, 44906.

Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-15UTI, (Serial No. 622028), Reg. No. N115MG.  Michael A. Broderick, 1500 Oak Run Ct., 44906-3657.

Mansfield  179th AG, Ohio Air National Guard, Mansfield Lahm Airport, 44901-5000.

North American F-86 Sabre (Serial No.)

(A1C Joseph Harwood,USAF Photo)

North American F-100A Super Sabre, painted as (Serial No. 55-6783) (not an F-100D serial number), mounted on a pedestal.

Republic F-84F Thunderstreak (Serial No. 52-7021).


Republic F-84F Thunderstreak (Serial No. 52-6444).


(Mark Knapp Photo)

Bell AH-1F Cobra (Serial No. 66-15286), VFW Post No. 7201.


Lockheed F-94C Starfire (Serial No. 51-5610).


Howard DGA-15P (Serial No. 710), Reg. No. N4476N.  Roger Morello, 2048 Winding Creek Lane, 45040.


Boeing PT-17 Stearman Kaydet, (Serial No. 75-4246), Reg.No. N9040R. 7231 Salisbury Road, 43537.

Mayfield Heights

DeHavilland DHC-1 Chipmunk T10, (Serial No. DHB F549), Reg. No. N643WK.  Chuck A. Mazzola, 5820 Circle Drive, 44124-3106

McArthur, Vinton County Airport.

(Mark Knapp Photos)

Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star (Serial No. 57-0586), C/N 580-1315.


Howard DGA-15P (Serial No. 892), Reg. No. N66294.  John J. Brausch, 203 South Court Street, 44256-2201.

(Mark Knapp Photos)

Bell UH-1 Iroquois (Serial No. 70-16428). VFW Post No. 5137.


Douglas C-47 Skytrain, (Serial No. 43-16277), Reg. No. N236GB.  Airwolf Filter Corporation, 15369 Madison Road, 44062-8404.


Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star (Serial No. 51-8911).


Consolidated-Vultee BT-13B/SNV-2 Valiant, (Serial No. 79938), Reg. No. N61619.  Ruth E. Tesmer, RFD 3, 43543.


Boeing PT-17 Stearman Kaydet, (Serial No. 75-677), Reg. No. N9686F.  Christopher A. Sabel, 12195 Waterfowl Lane, 44024.


(André Du-pont Photo)

Beechcraft T-34A Mentor (A45), (Serial No. G286), painted as (Serial No. 52-7638), TD-638, Mentair Inc.

New Albany

Lockheed 18-56 Lodestar, (Serial No. 2570), Reg. No. N9801.  Richard B. McPherson, 6265 Granville Road, 43054.


(Mark Knapp Photos)

Bell UH-1H Iroquois Helicopter (Serial No.), Vietnam Veterans Association No. 55.

Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star (Serial No. 51-9173).

Newark, Newark AFB Museum, 2803 ABG, 43057-5000.

Dassault M.D. 452 Myst?re IV (Serial No. 93).

Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star (Serial No. 51-9036).

(Mark Knapp Photos)

McDonnell Douglas F-4C Phantom II (Serial No. 64-0683), FE, C/N 917.  Newark-Heath Airport.  This aircraft first flew on 12 March 1965.

North American F-100D Super Sabre (Serial No. 54-2223).

Newbury  Walter A. Soplata Aviation Collection, PO Box 65, 44065.

Beech AT-11 Kansan (Serial No.).

Beech C-45 Expeditor (Serial No.).

Bell P-39 Airacobra (Serial No.).

Bell P-63A-1 82 Kingcobra (Serial No. 42-68895).

Boeing KC-97F-50-80 Stratofreighter (Serial No. 51-0253).

Cessna T-50 Bobcat, Reg. No. NC60145, (Serial No. 5173).

Chance Vought F7U-3 Cutlass (Serial No. 129685).

Consolidated Vultee BT-13A-VU Valiant (Serial No. 41-9642),

Consolidated Vultee BT-13A Valiant (Serial No. 42-41597).

Consolidated Vultee BT-15A-VU Valiant Reg. No. N9781H, (Serial No. 42-41597).

Convair YB-36A/RB-36E-111-CF Peacemaker (Serial No. 42-13571).  In parts on site.

Curtiss O-52A Owl (Serial No.).  Now privately owned in the Midwest in longterm restoration to airworthy status.

Douglas B-26B Invader, Reg. No. N919P, (Serial No. 28056).

Douglas A-1E/XBT2D-1/XAD-1 Skyraider (BuNo. 09103).

Douglas AD-6/AD-5N/A-1H Skyraider (BuNo. 135273), also recorded as (BuNo. 165273).

Douglas DC-7 (Serial No.).

Fairchild PT-19 Cornell (Serial No.).

Fairchild C-82A-FA Packet fuselage (Serial No. 44-22991).

Fleetwings YBT-12 (Serial No. 39-719).

Goodyear FG-1D Corsair (BuNo. 88026).

Goodyear FG-1D Corsair (BuNo. BuNo 14693), Racer # 94.

Goodyear F2G-2 Corsair (BuNo. 88463), 74, C/N 6172, Reg. No. NX5577N.  This aircraft was sold to the Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum, Cleveland.

Grumman TBM-3M Avenger (Serial No.), No. 1.

Grumman TBM-3M Avenger (Serial No.), No. 2.

Grumman F11A-GR Tiger (Serial No. 141849).

Handley Page Victor K.2 cockpit section (Serial No. XL191).

Lockheed P-80A/FO-1 Shooting Star (BuNo. 29689).  Restored, now with the National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, Florida.

Lockheed T-33A-1-LO Shooting Star (Serial No. 51-6747).

Lockheed T-V-1 Shooting Star (Serial No. 29689).

Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune (Serial No. 140436).

Martin B-57 Canberra (Serial No.).

McDonnell F2H Banshee (Serial No.).

North American SNJ-6 Texan, Reg. No. 4133A, (Serial No. 112303), also recorded as USAF (Serial No. 44-82435.

North American B-25J-25-NC Mitchell (Serial No. 44-30121), Reg. No. N7947C, “Wild Cargo”.  Sold to Steve Detch, Georgi, flying again with Jerry Yagen’s Fighter Factory at Virginia Beach, Virginia.

North American B-25J Mitchell (Serial No.).

North American P-51K Mustang (Serial No.), sold, status unconfirmed.

North American XP-82 Twin Mustang (Serial No. 44-83887).

(North American F-82E Twin Mustang (Serial No. 46-265).  Now being restored to airworthiness by a new owner in Minnesota.

North American F-86E Sabre (Serial No.).

North American F-86L-55-NA Sabre (Serial No. 53-0715).

North American F-86L-60-NA Sabre (Serial No. 53-0959).

North American F-86 Sabre (Serial No.).

North American T-28A Trojan, (Serial No. 4021800), Reg. No. N73510.

North American T-2 Buckeye (Serial No.).

Republic P-47N Thunderbolt (Serial No.).

Republic F-84E Thunderjet (Serial No.).

Republic F-84F Thunderstreak (Serial No.).

Republic RF-84F-20-RE Thunderstreak (Serial No. 52-7262).

Sikorsky HSS-1 (Serial No. 140121).

Vought F4U-1D Corsair (BuNo. 82850).

Vultee BT-13A Valiant.  Now with Dan Jones, Alberta.

North Canton, MAPS Air Museum, Akron-Canton Regional Airport, 2260 International Parkway, 44720.

Aero L-29 Delphin (Serial No.).

Aero S-106.

Becker RB-1 Snowbird Amphibian (Serial No. 05611C1).

Beechcraft SNB-5 Expeditor (Serial No. 67103), Reg. No. N200KU.

Bell P-39 Airacobra (Serial No.), in storage.

Bell P-39Q Airacobra (Serial No. 42-19995), in storage.

Bell AH-1G Cobra Helicopter (Serial No. 70-16084).

Bell OH-58A Kiowa Helicopter (Serial No. 69-16153).

Boeing B-17F Flying Fortress (Serial No. 124485) Memphis Belle (Movie Version).

Cessna O-2 Skymaster (Serial No. 68-10862), 862.

Cessna T-37B Tweet (Serial No. 54-2732), previously with the Florida Military Aviation Museum.

Cessna GT-37B Tweet (Serial No. 60-0188).

CGS Hawk Ultra.

(Mark Knapp Photo)

Convair F-102A Delta Dagger (Serial No. 56-0986).  This aircraft was previously located at the Florida Military Aviation Museum, Clearwater, Florida.  On loan from the NMUSAF.

Crocker Wheel Gun Turret.

Curtiss P-40N Warhawk (Serial No. 42-104818) (Storage).

Douglas C-47B Skytrain, (Serial No. 45-0928), Reg. No. N54599.

Douglas SBD/A-24B Dauntless (Serial No. 42-54654).  Under restoration.

Douglas SBD-5 Dauntless (Serial No.), in storage.

Douglas A-26C Invader (Serial No. 43-22602), c/n 18749, built in 1944, Reg. No. N9990Z.

Douglas A-4A Skyhawk (BuNo. 139947), c/n 11312, Blue Angels 6, moved from the Octave Chanute Aerospace Museum, Rantoul, Illinois.  Soon to change paint scheme.

Fairchild PT-19 Cornell (Serial No. 43-31365), 25.

Funk Model B.

General Dynamics F-16A Fighting Falcon (Serial No. 80-0513), built in 1981.  This aircraft was previously with the Pima Air & Space Museum in Tucson, Arizona.  It has been repainted to represent F-16D (Serial No. 89-2082), 112th Fighter Squadron, as flown by LCol KevinSonnenberg, an Ohio Air National Guard pilot killed in Iraq on 15 June 2007.

Goodyear FG-1D Corsair cockpit.  This display was previously located with the Goodyear World of Rubber, 1144 E. Market St., 44316.

Goodyear F2G Corsair, project.

Goodyear GA-22A Drake seaplane, Reg. No. N5516M.

Goodyear GZ-22 Blimp, N4A, “Spirit of Akron”.  Control car and parts.

(Mark Knapp Photo)

Grumman F9F-8P Cougar (BuNo. 144402), AP, 962, VFP 62.

(Mark Knapp Photo)

Grumman F-11F Tiger (BuNo. 141783), 1783.  On loan from the National Museum of Naval Aviation.

Grumman F-14B Tomcat (BuNo. 162694), AD-100, C/N 520, 115.

Grumman S-2F Tracker, Reg. No. N4225F, 464.

(Tomas Del Coro Photo)

Grumman EA-6B Prowler (BuNo. 163047).

Grumman OV-1A Mohawk (Serial No. 63-13128), Reg. No. N2036P.

Hawker Sea Fury (Serial No.).

Link Trainer (2).

(Mark Knapp Photo)

Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star (Serial No. 62-95073).

(Mark Knapp Photo)

LTV A-7E Corsair II (BuNo. 159268), 401.  On loan from the NNAM.

Martin Glider, 1908.

(Jdmessner Photo)

Martin B-26 Marauder, (Serial No. 40-1459), Reg. No. N4299K.  This aircraft crash-landed in British Columbia on 16 Jan 1942.

McDonnell F-101F Voodoo (Serial No. 57-0342), C/N 520.  On loan from the NMUSAF.  This aircraft flew with the Texas ANG in the 1960s.  Previously on display at the Florida Aviation Museum.

McDonnell Douglas F-4S Phantom II (BuNo. 155764).

(Wilson44691 Photo)

Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-17F Fresco (Serial No. 1J-04-019), 419, Polish LIM-5.

North American P-51D Mustang mockup set up as a monument.

North American B-25 Mitchell (Serial No.).

North American T-28 Trojan, Reg. No. N8522Z, (Serial No. 51-3565).  Under restoration.

North American T-28S Trojan (Serial No. 51-3622).

North American F-86A Sabre (Serial No.).

(Mark Knapp Photo)

North American F-86L (Serial No. 53-0658), FU-658, 496th FIS.  On loan from the NMUSAF.

(Rob Schleiffert Photo)

North American F-100D Super Sabre (Serial No. 66-3081), 339, C/N 235-179, VP.

Piper PA-23-150.

Pitts S1.


Republic F-84F Thunderstreak (Serial No.).

(Mark Knapp Photo)

Republic F-105B Thunderchief (Serial No. 57-5820), HI.

Ryan L-17B Navion, (Serial No. 45-1073), WASH NG, Reg. No. NG81075.

Sikorsky H-19D Chickasaw (Serial No. 54-1412), built in 1954, this aircraft flew with the US Army's 123rd Medical Company, based at Fort Bragg, North Carolina.

Sopwith Triplane, replica.

Taylorcraft L-2 (Serial No. 43-26326).

US Aircraft A-67 Dragon, prototype.

Vultee BT-13 Valiant (Serial No.).

Norwalk, Firelands Museum of Military History

Bell AH-1 Cobra helicopter (Serial No. 70-16080).


McDonnell F-101B Voodoo (Serial No.). Oberlin FAA, ARTCC, OH 58357.


Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star (Serial No. 51-6546).

Page Manor Heights

Consolidated-Vultee BT-13 Valiant, (Serial No. 2762), Reg. No. N49866.  Joe Damiano, 10312 Manorford.


Howard DGA-15P (Serial No. 858), Reg. No. N858H.  John T. Venaleck, 1382 W. Jackson Street, 44077-1306.

Waco AGC-8 (Serial No. 5073), Reg. No. N2272. John T. Venaleck, 1382 W. Jackson Street, 44077-1306.

Parma Heights

Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star (Serial No. 51-6816).


North American F-86D/L (Serial No. 53-959).

Pepper Pike

Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star (Serial No. 51906), Reg. No. N11987.  Harry W. Caplan, 3024 Kersdale Road, 44124-5350.

Pickerington, American Legion Post No. 283.

(Mark Knapp Photos)

Bell AH-1S Cobra (Serial No. 71-21009), C/N 21080), mounted on a pylon, Ohio Army NG.  American Legion Post No. 283.


North American AT-6D Texan, (Serial No. 44-81468), Reg. No. N6984C.  Hartzell Propeller Inc., One Propeller Place, 45356.

Plain City

Curtiss Wright Travel Air 4000 (Serial No. 483), Reg. No. N5283.  John E. Berend, 12410 Taylor Road, 43064-9365.


North American P-51D-20NA Mustang (Serial No. 44-63865), ex-Swedish Air Force, "Tempus Fugit", restored as a TF-51, Reg. No. N151TF.  Classic American Aircraft Inc., 8511 Foxwood Crescent, 44514-4302.  North American Aviation Inc.

Port Clinton, Liberty Aviation Museum

(Bill Larkins Photo)

Ford 5-AT-B Trimotor (Serial No. 5-AT-8), “Tin Goose”, Reg. No. N9645, at Reno, Nevada on 30 May 1970, after a lengthy rebuild.  The next day, Tennessee Ernie Ford and William Larkins were guest speakers during its official dedication of the plane

Ford 5-AT-B Trimotor (Serial No. 5-AT-8), “Tin Goose”, Reg. No. N9645, airworthy.

Ford 5-AT-B Trimotor (Serial No.), Reg. No. N9684), long term rebuild to fly with the Tri-Motor heritage Foundation.

(Michael Pereckas Photo)

(Kristian Jones Photo)

North American B-25J Mitchell (Serial No. 44-86777), “Georgie`s Gal”, Reg. No. N345BG.

Port Clinton

Howard DGA-15P (Serial No. 1785), Reg. No. N1785H.  Kenneth F. Kreutzfeld, 5053 E. Harbor Road, 43452-3841.

Howard DGA-15P (Serial No. 503), Reg. No. N2464.  Kenneth F. Kreutzfeld, 5053 E. Harbor Road, 43452-3841.


Curtiss Wright Travel Air 4000 (Serial No. 288), Reg. No. N3670.  Robert A. Lock, 1425 Briarcliffe Drive, 43065-7654.

Rock Creek

(Martin McGuire Photo)

Bell AH-1G Cobra helicopter (Serial No. 66-15264), VFW Post No. 44953.  This helicopter previously served with the Tennessee National Guard.


North American SNJ-5 Texan (Serial No. 88-17678), Reg. No. N645DS.  Salair Inc., PO Box 656, 44460-0656.

Sikorsky HO5-S1 Dragonfly Helicopter (Serial No. 130123), Reg. No. N9328R.  William C. Dowmont, 5712 Depot Road, 44460.

Sikorsky S-52-3 Dragonfly, (Serial No. 125516), Reg. No. N9433H.  William C. Dowmant, 5712 Depot Road, 44460.


Beech AT-11 Kansan (Serial No. 42-36926), Reg.No. N6960C.  Northeast Excavating and Construction, 1733 Cedar Point Road, 44870.

Sharonville, General Electric Plant.

North American F-86D Sabre (Serial No.).  Unconfirmed.


Bell AH-1 Cobra helicopter (Serial No. 66-15250), VFW Post No. 4239.

(Mark Knapp Photos)

Bell AH-1 Cobra helicopter (Serial No. 67-15683), AMVETS Post No. 1986.

(Mark Knapp Photo)

Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star (Serial No. 52-9776), c/n 580-8036, at the Sidney Municipal Airport.

North American T-6G Texan, (Serial No. 49-3272), Reg. No. N3167G.  Eric Kindig, 14833 Sidney, Plattsville Road, 45365-8772.

South Euclid, United States Aviation Museum Association.

Beechcraft C-45 Expeditor (Serial No.).  Unconfirmed.

Boeing B-29 Superfortress (Serial No. 44-69972), C/N 10804, "Doc", Reg. No. N69972.  Previously with Bomber Force Inc., 4477 Mackall Road, OH 44121.  This aircraft has moved and is flying with the Kansas Aviation Museum.

Douglas A-1 Skyraider (Serial No.).  Unconfirmed.

North American B-25 Mitchell (Serial No.).  Unconfirmed.

Springboro  Dayton Wright Brothers Airport.

Wright B Flyer, replica, Reg. No. N3786B.

Springfield  178th FG, Ohio Air National Guard, 706 Regula Ave., Springfield-Beckley Municipal Airport, 45502-8784. Tel: 513-327-2311.

Republic F-84F Thunderstreak (Serial No. 51-1797).

Republic F-84G Thunderjet (Serial No. 51-0791).

LTV A-7D Corsair II (Serial No. 72-0178), CH, C/N D-300, “City of Springfield”, mounted on a pylon.

North American F-100A Super Sabre (Serial No. 53-1559).

Springfield 183rd TFG, Ohio Air National Guard, Capitol Airport, OH 62707.

Republic F-84C Thunderjet (Serial No.).

Republic F-84F Thunderstreak (Serial No.).

North American F-100D Super Sabre (Serial No.)


North American F-86D/L Sabre (Serial No. 52-3719).

Swanton  180th FG, Ohio Air National Guard, Toledo Express Airport, 43558.

Republic F-84F Thunderstreak (Serial No. 51-9525).

LTV A-7D Corsair II (Serial No. 72-0211).

North American F-100D Super Sabre (Serial No. 55-2855), painted as (Serial No. 55-8855.

North American F-100D Super Sabre (Serial No. 55-3650).


Curtiss Wright JR CW1 (Serial No. 1118), Reg. No. N10939.  Earl B. Snook, 13265 Ivy Route 3, 43076.


North American F-86D/L Sabre (Serial No. 51-3048).


de Havilland DH-82A Tiger Moth, (Serial No. PG-73558), Reg.No. N45TM.  Harold Mark Pinsky, 4644 N. Brook, 43623.

Lockheed F-94B Starfire (Serial No. 51-5339).  Express Airport, ANG markings.

North American AT-6F Texan (Serial No.), Reg. No. N6601C.  Gerald S. Deaton, 404 N Byrne Road, 43607-2609.

North American BT-14 Yale (Serial No.).  Toledo Suburban Airport.


North American F-86H Sabre (Serial No. 52-2059).


North American Harvard II (Serial No. 07-203), Reg. No. N9115A.  Samuel F. Spencer, Fiestar Drive, 45373.

Waco AGC-8 (Serial No. 5001), Reg. No. N2272.  Eric P. Zimmerman, 2580 Fenner Road, 45373-8426.

Troy, WACO Museum, WACO Historical Society, Inc., PO Box 62, 105 S. Market St., 45373.

Junkin Brukner.

Waco YMF.

Waco W.

Waco 9.  Previously on display at the Ohio History of Flight Museum.

Waco 10. Previously on display at the Ohio History of Flight Museum.

Waco 10,  Reg. No. N5955A, (Serial No. 1308).

WACO CG-15A Glider, being restored.


North American F-86D/L Sabre (Serial No. 52-3814).

Urbana, Champaign Aviation Museum

(Martin McGuire Photo)

Beechcraft C-45H Expeditor (Serial No. 51-11719).

(Champaign Aviation Museum Photo)

Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress (Serial No. 44-85813), "Champaign Lady".  Restoration underway using parts from several other B-17s, with volunteers fabricating missing pieces according to specifications from original drawings.

Douglas C-47 Skytrain (Serial No.).

Douglas A-26 Invader (Serial No.).

Fairchild F-24 (UC-61) (Serial No.)

North American B-25J Mitchell (Serial No. 44-28866), "Champaign Gal".


Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star (Serial No. 51-6682).

North American F-86D/L Sabre (Serial No. 53-724).


(Mark Knapp Photos)

Bell UH-1 Iroquois helicopter (Serial No. 65-09696).  VFW Post No. 9582.

Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star (Serial No. 53-5895).

Van Wert

North American F-86D/L (Serial No. 53-944).


Curtiss Wright C-46F Commando (Serial No. 44-78553), Reg. No. N1535V.  Sunnyside Enterprises Inc., 2350 East Liberty Ave., 44089.


(Mark Knapp Photos)

Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star (Serial No. 53-5545).

North American NA-64 (Serial No. 64-2182), C/N 3362, Reg. No. N3362.  Frederick P. Coblentz, 0967 Sky Park Drive, 44281.

Wapakoneta, Neil Armstrong Air & Space Museum, P.O. Box 1978, I-75 & Bellefontaine St., 45895.

Aero G Flying Boat.

Aeronca 7AC.

(Grayling Photo)

(TedQuackenbush Photo)

Douglas F5D-1 Sky Lancer (BuNo. 139208), 802, C/N 11282.

Northrop F-5D Freedom Fighter (Serial No.).

(NAASM Photo)

Mercury and Gemini VII capsule replicas.

(HrHatsuo Photo)

Gemini 7 capsule.


Bell UH-1 Iroquois helicopter (Serial No. 68-16610).  VFW Post No. 5532.


de Havilland DH-83 Fox Moth (Serial No. 4026), Reg. No. N12739.  Joel M. Hirtle, 6403 E. Walnut Street, 43081-8231.


Curtiss Wright TA9000 (Serial No. 420), Reg. No. N4836.  Lawrence Winslow, Nutwoods Farm, 44092.

Wilmington, Airborne Airpark.

(Mark Knapp Photos)

McDonnell F-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 57-0308), C/N 486, 111th FIS.  Hunter Drive.


(Mark Knapp Photo)

(Martin McGuire Photo)

Republic F-105B Thunderchief (Serial No. 57-5792), FH-792, Zanesville Airport.

Zanesville, Weaver Aircraft Company of Ohio, Anthony M Morozowsky, 1629 Wheeling Ave., 43701-4528.

Curtiss JN-4C Jenny (Serial No. 4048), Reg. No. N1639.

Curtiss JN-4C Jenny (Serial No. 1-GC), Reg. No. N7982C.

Curtiss Wright JR CW1 (Serial No. 1183), Reg. No. N11808.

Waco 9 (Serial No. 250), Reg. No. N13208.

Waco 9 (Serial No. 218), Reg. No. N139E.

Waco 9 (Serial No. 288), Reg. No. N997.

Waco 10 (Serial No. 0822), Reg. No. N1933R.

Waco 10,  Reg. No. N8545, (Serial No. 1916).

Waco YMF (Serial No. 3965), Reg. No. N14300.

Waco YM (Serial No. 4214), Reg. No. N14607.

Waco YPF-6 (Serial No. 4374), Reg. No. N15711.

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