Alabama ANG - 187th FW, Montgomery

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Address(1)4600 South Richardson Road
Address(2)Dannelly Field ANGB

Exhibits - By Primary role
Fighter - 'F' 1962-Present
 McDonnell-Douglas F-4D (Phantom II) Serial No: 66-7514  
 McDonnell-Douglas F-4D (Phantom II) Serial No: 66-7745 


Reviews / Comments by our visitors
 Jim Price
 Kilmarnock, Virginia

Not shown on this page is an F-16 and an RF-84F
11/17/2014 @ 04:39 [ref: 55703]
 Daleville, Alabama

This Museum is kept up well but only consists of 4 Aircraft on pedastals. It is however right next to the flight line so you can drive past where the fighters are parked. Being Military myself i talked to the NCOIC and he took us out to the flight line to look at the jets. Good times.
12/19/2008 @ 20:52 [ref: 8570]
 James Cawthon
 , Alabama

In regards to the person that was dragged into the guardhouse for taking photos, at the time this incident happend, we were on heightened security, and the subject was in fact taking photos of the flightline and perimeter areas. Security's job is to defend the base, and that includes being on the lookout for any activity that proves detrimental to military assets.
04/14/2006 @ 08:29 [ref: 4962]
 Rajat Dilwali
 , Alabama

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06/21/2004 @ 04:12 [ref: 3220]
 William Kirkland
 , Alabama

All 4 F-4's have been replaced by F-16 C/D since 1993.
06/04/2001 @ 11:27 [ref: 1167]
 Michael Baldock

Used to have an RF-84F on a pole as well as the F-4's which were in good condition. Perhaps the place has changed over the last 10 years but I was dragged into the guardhouse by the gate sentry who objected to my photographing in that area. Apparently you are allowed to photograph what you want from the civil terminal but not from the fence around by the ANG compound.
10/27/2000 @ 08:16 [ref: 555]
 Greg Herrick
 , Minnesota

Hello! We would appreciate it if you would post information about your museum on our new site: If you link to us let us know at and we will link to you as well. Thanks! Greg Herrick
06/01/2000 @ 13:31 [ref: 158]

Last updated: 02/14/00.

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