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Hill Air Force Base Museum

Museum of the Hill Air Force Base north of Salt Lake City near Roy, Utah.

2007 April 1 8 / 2010 July 16

Erica (2)

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YA-7F prototype of the A-7 for supersonic flight with a Pratt & Whitney F100 turbofan engine. Actually this particular museum plane does not have its engine anymore. On the front left is the connection for the fueling in mid-air.
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Compared to the standard A7 this prototype's vertical stabilizer is about 25 cm higher. After this plane served as a regular A7 between 1972 and 1987 it was rebuilt as one of two into the YA-7F.
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Model and serial number.
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The cockpit for one pilot.
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Landing gear of the YA-7F.
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F100-PW-220 is the name of the 116kN engine.
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Cockpit of a C-124 "Globemaster". Delivered on May 4th 1955, this plane is an exhibit of the Museum since 1992.
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Description of the C-124.
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Logo on the side of the C-124.
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Landing gear of the C-124.
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Erica poses for a size comparison with the landing gear.
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C-124 "Globemaster" with its four Pratt & Whitney R-4360 engines, 3,650 hp each.
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Left wing and engines of the C-124.
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The left side of the C-124.
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Vertical stabilizer of the C-124.
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Belly of the C-124 as seen from the rear.
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