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Air Force Museum, Area around B-1
USA

The Air Force Museum houses a collection of hundreds and hundreds of historically important aircraft and related exhibits.   The ominous front of the fuselage of the B-1 can be seen when the picture opens.  To the right is the F117-A, Nighthawk, and to the left, the A10-A, Thunderbolt.

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