A new 76,000-square-foot maintenance hangar at Tucson's military aircraft storage facility will be used to inspect and repair planes returning to service. Read more»
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In a wide-ranging interview about the future of Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Mayor Jonathan Rothschild said that while he does not expect the base to be closed or sharply reduced in scale as the military cuts spending, "people should always be considering Plan B, even if there's not a lot of reality to it." Read more»
At Tucson's "Boneyard," row upon row of B-52s, F-4 Phantoms, A-10 Warthogs and some of the rarest military aircraft dating back to World War II provide a panoramic vision of aviation history. But there is more to the 309th AMARG than storing mothballed aircraft . Read more»