SIG MMG 338 Program Series

You Never Know Where They’ll Show Up 

This time its at the USAF Museum in Dayton, Ohio in front of one of my favorite aircraft, the A7.  

Thanks AM!


19 Responses to “You Never Know Where They’ll Show Up ”

  1. Jeff S says:

    Great museum… too bad the lighting is awful!

  2. MEDIC! says:

    Anyone that gets a chance to visit, should do so. Stopping to read everything will easily take you 4 days. Some great history in that place.

  3. Chuck says:

    Been to two ceremonies in the Cold War Hanger since Jan. That place is awesome! If you’re at all a military history buff it’s a must see. I will admit that driving by I thought “ehh whatever” but after going to the functions in there I had to go back.

  4. Mojo says:

    First KCRF Blackout spotted in the wild! Thanks AM!

  5. Wild Bill USMC (Ret.) says:

    I love the Natl. Museum of the U.S. Air Force, but I have to agree that the lighting is terrible in most areas. Anyways, regarding this picture, the patch holder has a good sense for firepower. If you can’t get an A-10, then an A-7D/E will do the job quite well.

  6. Patrick says:

    I went there on a family trip and it was one of the best experiences getting to see some of my favourite planes like the BF-109 and ME-262

  7. Adam says:

    We’re working the lighting issue as soon as they finish up the 4th hanger.

  8. Incensed says:

    I am offended that you would post a picture taken in a museum. Those are solemn locations that honor our military.

  9. Hoff says:

    Don’t forget to visit the Presidential hanger. Museum was one of the best places to patrol on a slow weekend.

  10. matty says:

    I hope he got to see Strawberry Bitch. My favorite airplane.

    • rowan11b says:

      About 5 years ago i sent a photo of that plane to the redhead I was dating at the time, told her it reminded me of her, she was less than amused haha. Great museum, I’ve been going there since I was a kid. Another good one is the new National Infantry Museum at Benning, not as big but still lots of good history.

  11. Mitchell Fuller says:

    A derivative of the A7 should still be flying / fighting today.

    While military burned a lot of hours on teenage fighter airframes over last 14 years, A-7’s, A-10’s, and Super Tucanoes could have capable performed a majority of the air support needed in theatre.

  12. Bill says:

    I visit at least once a year. If you haven’t visited the museum in Pima, it’s just as good, just a different style.

    I guess I’ll go delete and destroy the photos Ive taken at every museum with a military connection over the last 40 years now.