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OV-10A Bronco (Marine)

This is one of three OV-10s at FWAM.

The OV-10A is a twin-turboprop short takeoff and landing aircraft conceived by the U.S. Marine

OV-10A Bronco (Marine)2018-11-29T15:13:27+00:00

OV-10 Bronco (Mockup)

This is the original factory mockup of the OV-10 Bronco and one of three OV-10s

OV-10 Bronco (Mockup)2018-11-29T01:57:35+00:00

F-5E Tiger II

This Northrop F-5E Tiger II served in the US Navy as an “Aggressor” adversary aircraft. Its two-tone brown and tan desert “Tiger

F-5E Tiger II2019-05-26T13:40:30+00:00

BT-13 Valiant

BT-13s were seen all around North Texas during World War Two as a pilot training aircraft.

Manufacturer:   Vultee Aircraft

BT-13 Valiant2018-11-29T01:57:57+00:00

QF-4S Phantom II

This plane flew combat in Vietnam and was aboard the “America” when 333 earned the only Marine Mig kill.

McDonnell Douglas QF-4S BuPer

QF-4S Phantom II2018-11-14T22:33:06+00:00

F-4C Phantom II

The F-4 was operated by the USAF/USN/USMC at Carswell AFB and NAS Dallas. Fort Worth businessman H. Ross Perot, Jr. flew F-4s

F-4C Phantom II2018-11-14T21:40:21+00:00

TA-4J Skyhawk

The TA-4J is a two-seat trainer version of the Skyhawk that provided advanced training for Navy and

TA-4J Skyhawk2018-11-13T23:26:45+00:00

A-4C Skyhawk

This plane was most recently used for ground training in Memphis and was seen there during 1975.

A-4C Skyhawk2018-11-13T22:59:42+00:00

O-2A Skymaster “Kudy Jay”

This Cessna O-2A Skymaster is a composite of several airframes and was cobbled together to represent the

O-2A Skymaster “Kudy Jay”2018-11-13T22:36:27+00:00

TF-102-Delta Dagger

President George W. Bush flew this plane twice during his service in the Texas Air National Guard.


TF-102-Delta Dagger2018-11-13T22:29:59+00:00

F-14D Tomcat

Perhaps the most widely recognized Navy fighter thanks to its starring role in Top Gun, the F-14 Tomcat served as an

F-14D Tomcat2018-11-13T15:36:24+00:00

T-33A Shooting Star

The two-place Lockheed T-33 Shooting Star was designed for training pilots already qualified to fly propeller-driven aircraft to fly jets. 

T-33A Shooting Star2018-12-07T02:04:40+00:00


The U.S. Navy began a program in the mid-1970s to develop a multirole aircraft to replace aging