Last May, Doug and I took a friend to the Air Force base in Dayton, Ohio, so that she could attend the graduation of her grandson from a special training program. While Pat was attending the ceremonies, Doug and I visited the Air Force Museum.
I should mention that Doug is with planes like I am with horses. While I run to the window to watch the Amish horses go by, he will drop what he's doing and rush outside to look up into the sky when he hears a plane flying over.
So he was in his element at the Air Force Museum. I'm afraid I was a little out of my element, but it didn't stop me from taking photos. So, if you're an airplane junkie like my hubby, this post is for you. If you're not, well, stick around. Maybe I'll hit your addiction one of these days.
|Doug prepares to do a walk-through of a B-29|
|Here it is from the inside|
|Consolidated OA-10 Catalina|
|Doolittle Raiders B-25 Mitchell Bomber|
|B-2 Spirit Stealth Bomber|
There are many, many more planes than what I've shown here. It has to be seen to be believed. The engineering ingenuity it must have taken to get all those planes into the hangars and on display was marvel enough for me.