Very sad to see any aircraft treated like this. Look at about 2 minute 50 seconds of the video and you can see its far more than just a couple of planes
Do you know which museums?
One is at Pearl Harbor, in the aircraft museum there. I saw it last month.
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It's now at the Pacific Aviation Museum, part of Pearl Harbor Base/Museum in Honolulu.
Guide there said a team disassembled the plane at Amberley, then flew to HNL and reassembled it there.
He said they stayed a few weeks but had most of the work done by the end of the first one...
Also the sign says Aussies invented the "dump and burn"
He was surprised that we just buried them instead of using them in museums or displays...every small town in USA has a plane in a park somewhere.
There are a few other around.The Australian F111s that survived :
Aviation Historical Society of the Northern Territory (A8-113)
Evans Head Memorial Aerodrome Heritage Aviation Association (A8-147)
Fighter World, Williamtown, NSW (A8-148)
Historical Aircraft Restoration Society (A8-109)
Queensland Air Museum (A8-129)
South Australian Aviation Museum. (A8-134)
The following museums will get a crew module display
Royal Australian Air Force Association, Bull Creek (A8-140)
Caboolture Warbird Museum (A8-135)
Moorabbin Air Museum (A8-131)
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