Welcome back to our channel for a feature on the painstaking procedures the US Military takes to preserve retired or unused aircraft at the USAF David-Montham Air Force Base, affectionately known as "The Boneyard". Just looking at the number of aircraft in the bone yard, and having a rough estimate of how many US aircraft are currently in service, it's easy to see why the military budget is so much. That looks like endless work to cover, strip, transport, and whatever else needs to be done to these aircraft. One spare nuclear blast could make most airframes there twisted beyond usefulness except the smallest sized panels. At 05:49 These lots goes to Turkey to smoothing sweden and finland bid to nato full membership. Great video but must state that some of these really old aircraft shots are actually from the museum next door.