The Vermont Air National Guard was organized on 1 July 1946 at Burlington Municipal Airport and was federally recognized as the 134th Fighter Squadron on 14 August 1946 making it the fifth US ANG unit so formed and recognized. Since that time the VT ANG has flown eight different aircraft types in its primary mission and several more in support of it. Their primary mission aircraft include the P-47D-40, P-51D-25, F-94B, F-89J, F-102A, EB-57B, F-4D, F-16A and the current F-16C. Their mission support aircraft include the L-5, AT-6C, AT-11, C-47B, T-33A, C-45H (?), C-54G, C-131D, C-12F and C-26A. The VT ANG has a small air museum near the main gate to their base at Burlington International Airport which currently includes a T-33A, F-94B, F-89J, F-102A, F-4D, EB-57B, C-47B, C-45H and C-131D. My virtual VT ANG Air Museum Collection for FS9 is an attempt by an old 134th FS veteran to duplicate and expand upon the actual VT ANG's Air Museum. This third download package, vamc3.zip, includes VT ANG repaints of the T-33A Shooting Star, F-89J Scorpion and F-102A Delta Dagger by Kazunori Ito. The T-33A and F-89J repaints are mine and the F-102A repaint was a collaboration between YANKEE and I.
Below are some screenshots of these old VT ANG birds parked on their virtual VT ANG Air Museum ramp: