Williams-Gateway Airport, April 11, 2006

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I was in Arizona for over a week touring the airports in the vicinity of Phoenix. I visited Sky Harbor International Airport, Williams-Gateway Airport, Luke Air Force Base, Goodyear Airport, and Falcon Field.

On Tuesday, April 11, after I checked out the photography locations at Sky Harbor International Airport, I drove east to the Williams-Gateway Airport.

Anonymous Northrop T-38A Talon of the 82nd Flying Training Wing is displayed on a pole.

Advanced Training Systems International of Higley, Arizona operates a flock of Douglas A-4N Slyhawks: N260WL N262WL, N265WL, N266WL, and N268WL.

A higher resolution view of the flock of Skyhawks.

Boeing technicians service McDonnell-Douglas AH-64A, 88-0233.

Plain vanilla McDonnell-Douglas MD-83, N311FV is owned by FINOVA Capitol Corporation and has been leased to the US Marshall's Office for the transportation of prisoners since November 9, 2004. It was delivered to Jet Alcase as F-GGME on June 29, 1990. Trans Jet Airways acquired it as SE-RBU on May 16, 2002. FINOVA Capitol Corporation acquired it on December 10, 2002.

Northrop T-38A-65 Talon, 66-8350 of the 90th Flying Training Squadron Boxing Bears of the 80th Flying Training Wing based at Sheppard Air Force Base, Kansas.

Fouga CM 170 Magister, N6222N was built in 1962. Its construction number is 334.

Canadair CF-104D Starfighter, N104 was built in 1962. Its construction number is 104633.

Canadair CF-104D Starfighter, N104.

Lockheed T2V-1A, N447TV was operated by the U. S. Navy as BuNo 144735. It was built in 1957. This rare airplane is the ultimate development of the P-80 by way of the T-33A and TV. The Superstition Mountains can be seen in the background.

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