Worlds Largest Aircraft Graveyard in... 3:50
A place where military aircraft are scrapped, mothballed, or used for parts for other planes. This sight should bring sadness to any military aircraft enthusiast. I used Google Earth and simply shot my monitor with a Casio EX-F1 camera on a tripod. The images are purposely grainy, but clear enough to appreciate. The song is called Anna's Theme, by video game music composer, Clint Bajakian and is reminiscent of Ennio Morricone's work in The Good, Bad and the Ugly, etc. If you would like to find this location on Google Earth, just find Tucson, AZ and locate a large runway south of it, and you will be close. This video is a tribute to the personel who flew these planes to protect freedom. I imagine the pilots who flew these have a very hard time seeing their planes in the Boneyard today. To those nations who are unfriendly towards the United States, behold what we consider junk and try to imagine what we keep in service. Most nations in the world would love to have even a fraction of these aircraft, numbering over 4000 by some estimates.
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