Welcome back to the our channel for a feature of the US Airforce Boneyard - custodian of the Airforce history maintaining the retired and crashed military aircraft. My Dad was stationed at Davis-Monthan AFB and we lived close by. I used to visit the Air Policeman at the east gate when I was a boy around 1966. Then I served in the Air Force, but at Fairchild AFB in Spokane Washington. The video has one thing wrong, the B-52 A and the B-36 are at the Pima Air Museum on east Valencia Road south of Davis-Monthan. When I was a kid, my grandfather's house was near an old "boneyard." It was full of ol WW2 and Korean War vintage aircraft. My friends and I used to sneak in and play Star Wars and Buck Rogers in the old planes. My favorite was an old B-29, which had these long tunnels you had to crawl through to get from the front to the back, I could pretend to be Luke Skywalker in the tail gun, while the kid playing Han Solo would sit in front, and we could yell at each other like in the movie. This boneyard was full of rattlesnakes, tarantulas, roadrunners, and brown recluse spiders, but it was more fun than a day at Disneyland.