New York ANG - 174th FW, Syracuse

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Address(1)Hancock Field
CitySyracuse ANGB
StateNew York

Exhibits - By Primary role
Attack - 'A' 1962-Present
 Fairchild-Republic A-10A (Thunderbolt II) Serial No: 76-0523  
Fighter - 'F' 1948-Present
 Lockheed F-94B (Starfire) Serial No: 50-0877 
 North American F-86H (Sabre) Serial No: 53-1519 
 Republic F-84B (Thungerjet) Serial No: 46-600  


Reviews / Comments by our visitors
 James Nevarez
 , Delaware

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05/16/2008 @ 02:31 [ref: 7703]
 , New York

Does anyone know or have photos of the F-102(?) that was on display at Longbranch Park in Liverpool? I still can't believe the F-16's will be replaced with drones in a few years. F-22's would have been nice.
10/23/2007 @ 19:31 [ref: 6428]
 Earl Berlin
 San Antonio, Texas

I've heard a rumor that the New York Air National Guard had an aerobatic team equipped with the F-86H. I don't know the team's name or when it was formed. Don't know how many shows were performed or where. Can't find anything on the internet regarding the team but have heard from Duncan Curtis in England that it did exist. As best I can tell, it was an ANG team and wasn't an active AF team. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
10/22/2007 @ 08:09 [ref: 6420]
 Mike H.
 , New York

Has anyone considered an air museum at Hancock Airport. Or possibly relocating the national warplane museum from Big Flats NY? It could be put by the old unused runway. The old warbirds from the 174th sitting on base near ExecAir could also be displayed. There's enough traffic to sustain the place financially.
06/17/2007 @ 17:10 [ref: 5986]

Correction to my previous comments. The F-86H at the Central Square NY VFW Post DOES HAVE A NY GUARD EMBLEM ON THE FIN.
05/06/2007 @ 06:50 [ref: 5905]
 East Syracuse, New York

The F-86H shown on your site is very definitley in front of the VFW Post in Central Square about 15 miles north of Hancocl Field. It appears that the fuselage has been painted failry recently - The canopy ids cracked - landing gear doors are missing -otherise is fair condition. It has NO markings to indicate it was a NY ANG aircraft! I shot photos of it last week 04/25/07
05/05/2007 @ 20:45 [ref: 5904]
 , California

i looked on hancock field's website, it said you can schedule tours
01/24/2006 @ 15:51 [ref: 4734]
 fremont, California

i looked on the website of the "cobras from Syracuse". it said that you can schedule tours online.
11/19/2005 @ 17:07 [ref: 4600]
 , California

do you have to get special permission to see the A-10? i hope not!
11/19/2005 @ 17:05 [ref: 4599]
 kenny shen
 , California

11/19/2005 @ 12:06 [ref: 4598]

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