It's been quite a few years, but I drove past it hundreds of times, and in the 90s they were about to shut it down and I went to help keep it going.
I don't live in New York any more, but is the SR-71 Blackbird still on the bow? That's the most amazing plane ever.
I remember seeing a documentary on all the trouble they had getting her out of her berth, so she could be taken away for repairs. I remeber them showing the Blackbird, and if I remember correctly, that SR-71 is actually an A-12 Article. Pretty common practice at air museums.
sorry i couldnt put the names of the planes. The dude at the entrance said to go to the flight deck first because they might close it due to all the snow. I know some of the planes are migs, cobras and phantoms and or skyhawks.
Man that looks cold.
I'm trying to guess. 4th one down is an F4 phantom, only one I know. (slow to type Candyman) Knew the last one was a Bell, but couldn't remember the numbers. UH-1. (I feel dumb about that one)
Early migs all look the same to me. More into WW1 and the '30's planes.
I never miss a chance to go through an air museum. Even if they just have a few. First time at the Dayton Air Show it was 2 days at the museum. Was like a kid in a candy store
'Ol Lady hated me that week, but I had a blast.
If ya have a chance check it out.