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Museum and Display Aircraft No.1 Photo CD Review

Museum and Display Aircraft No.1 Photo CD Review

By Michael Benolkin

Date of Review October 2015 Title Museum and Display Aircraft No.1
Publisher Aero Research Published 2015
ISBN None Format 161 very high resolution JPEGs
MSRP (USD) $12.95


Museum and Display Aircraft No.1
Museum and Display Aircraft No.1
Museum and Display Aircraft No.1

Aero Research is back with a new series in their ever-growing line-up of photo-reference CD-ROMs. In this installment, we look at a variety of museum exhibit and display aircraft around the United States and even a few examples from Europe. Once again, I used my image browser to scan through some of the aircraft on the disc and I was quite impressed with the selection of aircraft. Taking a closer look at the data in the directory, these images are provided at 4000 pixels wide.

Among the aircraft represented here:

  • A-4 Skyhawk
  • A-7 Corsair II
  • AV-8 Harrier
  • A-10 Thunderbolt II
  • A-12
  • B-18 Bolo
  • B-26 Invader
  • B-57 Canberra
  • B-66 Destroyer
  • C-47 Skytrain
  • C-54 Skymaster
  • C-56 Lodestar
  • C-82 Packet
  • C-119 Flying Boxcar
  • C-124 Globemaster II
  • C-130 Hercules
  • C-133 Cargomaster
  • C-140 Jetstar
  • E-1 Tracer
  • F2H Banshee
  • F3H Demon
  • F4D Skyray
  • F-4 Phantom II
  • F9F Panther/Cougar
  • F-10 Skyknight
  • F11F Tiger
  • F-14 Tomcat
  • F-16 Eagle
  • F-80 Shooting Star
  • F-86 Sabre
  • F-94 Starfire
  • F-101 Voodoo
  • F-104 Starfighter
  • Gnat
  • H-43 Huskie
  • HU-16 Albatross
  • Hunter
  • J2F Duck
  • P-2 Neptune
  • P-38 Lightning
  • PBM Mariner
  • S-2 Tracker
  • Seahawk
  • T-33 Shooting Star
  • U-2

This is a nice selection of imagery that you won't find available in such clarity and size. If you've visited some of these museums, you'll note how a few of the aircraft have since been restored and how many others simply don't exist anymore. This title is recommended!

You can purchase this reference or any of their other photo CDs directly from their website or via email

My sincere thanks to Aero Research for this review sample!