Russ and I decided to head down to the Pima Air And Space Museum (PASM) in Tucson today. We opted for the bus tour (only way to get in) of the AMARC facility (aka airplane boneyard). The tour of AMARC was the best part, but way too short--and you are not allowed to get off the bus to do a "self-guided" tour. The museum itself has some very cool examples of rare and unique aircraft. Being in such close proximity to AMARC, some of the rare one or two-off aircraft are represented because often the aircraft will be donated to the USAFM in Dayton OH, but they will only want one (or none), so they will loan it to the PASM for display. Entrance to PASM On the side of a B52F at PASM Super Guppy!! Massive B36 awaiting re-assembly at PASM. A few Hueycobras awaiting their final fate at AMARC. 13 C5A Galaxy airframes awaiting cannibalization at AMARC. 1 of 2 YC14 aircraft produced for test/eval. Anybody need an A10?? B52 ALCM wing pylons in storage--no internal rotary launchers--damn. F14s in storage for future use. All in all, much better than going to work!! More pics avail if you want to see more.