Arizona: Inside the Arizona Commemorative Air Force Museum, Part 1

On Friday, December 21, 2018, we headed to the Arizona Commemorative Air Force Museum. We worked with the marketing and communications manager to arrange a convenient day and time to take photos and video on-site. We will always check in advance if we don’t see a clear photo and video policy on the venue’s website, and we were glad we did. They do have a form you need to fill out, but it’s a pretty standard form.

We have so many photos from inside, there will be multiple posts. For this first post, we’ll focus on the F-4 Phantom.


This F4-B is one of 148 F4-Bs that were modernized in the 1960s and is on loan from the U.S. Navy via the Pima Air and Space Museum. This plane flew approximately 200 missions from the USS Forestal and the USS Ranger.


It is an amazing view from the ladder placed by the cockpit to see the rest of the museum.

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