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04/02/2012 @ 19:43 [ref: 34918]
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11/22/2011 @ 19:31 [ref: 27467]
| Tony Wessel|
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
The airpark was recently renovated to accomodate the new commissary. It is well maintained and accessible to the public with parking outside the base gate during daylight hours. I have pictures on my Facebook. If the link doesn't work, feel free to send me an email. Facebook users, feel free to "add" me to see all my pics.
The F-104G is a Dutch aircraft and it, along with the T-33, are downtown at the Science Museum, formerly the Omniplex, next to the zoo.
The F-104C is at the Thomas P. Stafford Museum in Weatherford, 1 hour east of OKC. It is visible from I-40 north of the highway. The Stafford museum also has a T-33, F-16B, F-86E, T-38A, and MiG-21, along with a complete Titan II.
07/16/2009 @ 15:48 [ref: 8820]
| Robert West|
I find it interesting to see that the B1-B is now a museum exhibit. It is sad to see that they have been relegated to the status of museum exhibit. But at the same time I'm glad that some are being preserved.
I was a flight line inspector at Rockwell on the B1-B program. We spent many hours prepping them for Air Force acceptance.
09/14/2007 @ 09:45 [ref: 6311]
| J.L. Crowder|
The first static display at Tinker AFB was the C-47 in 1983. It was moved across base to the new heritage airpark in 1986 when the B-29 and B-47 were dedicated. Other aircraft have been added since then. No F-104 or T-33 have ever been a part of the Tinker airpark...which was renamed the Maj. Charles B. Hall Memorial Airpark in 2002.
08/01/2007 @ 07:13 [ref: 6205]
oklahoma city, Oklahoma
i think they are going to add an f-16a from the 507th. dose anyone know if this is true? This park is worth a look if your driving down I-40.
06/25/2007 @ 19:10 [ref: 6012]
| lance morrow|
the EC-121 cnnstelation or connie is behind the 72nd wing headquarters but there is no f-104 starfighter
10/30/2006 @ 09:21 [ref: 5381]
| Chris Sakal|
I have been on Tinker AFB many times since 1996 (my dad is retired USAF) and I currently work there. Tinker recently overhauled their airpark and named it the "Charles B. Hall Memorial Airpark", and it looks very good. As for the F-104s... I've never seen any on display on the base. The EC-121 Constellation is actually on the base by the location of the old comissary. There is a C-130 over on the Navy side of the base as well. As an interesting note, over near that same side of the base is an old C-135 and a B-52D that are used for battle damage repair.
11/28/2005 @ 14:10 [ref: 4623]
| Willy Logan|
A good collection of planes that have a connection or relevance to the area. I found the RB-47 and B-1B particularly interesting. However, there are four planes listed here that aren't in the airpark: the F-104s, the T-33, and the Constellation. Does anyone know where these planes really are?
09/06/2005 @ 16:44 [ref: 4409]