The site for Davis Monthan AFB AMARCS program is
www.dm.af.mil/amarc/a_prods.htm or AMARCS home page is
According to the listing of aircraft by type and tail numbers, there are 4,691
whole aircraft in storage. plus the many that have been broken up for salvage
and parts. There are some photos available as well.
I have taken two tours of AMARCS, and it is truly awe inspiring for both
aviation types and those less interested. In addition to the base, nearby is
Pima Air Museum, which is the desert version of the Wright Patterson AFB Air
Force Museum. Since I had previously lived in Ohio, I have visited both
repeatedly. The AF Museum is far and away best, but Pima Air Museum is very
complete and less crowded. Just don't come in the summer - its nearly all
I guess this posting should be in the real aviation forum instead of here, but
this is where we have been typing.
- Carl (maxkat)