309 AMARG

Meet B-1B “Lancelot,” the Lancer pulled from the 309th AMARG to rejoin USAF Strategic Bomber Fleet

Meet B-1B “Lancelot,” the Lancer pulled from the 309th AMARG to rejoin USAF Strategic Bomber Fleet

B-1B “Lancelot” A decommissioned B-1B Lancer aircraft was pulled from the 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group (AMARG) at Davis-Monthan… Read More

6 days ago

Out of the boneyard and into the force: B-1B Lancer to be resurrected from AMARG to rejoin USAF Strategic Bomber Fleet

B-1B Lancer regeneration Out of the boneyard and into the force: starting in October 2023, Dyess Air Force Base and… Read More

2 weeks ago

The Argentine Air Force may buy surplus CH-46 Sea Knight medium-lift helicopter stored at 309 AMARG

CH-46 helicopters for Argentine Air Force? The Argentine Air Force may give new life to the Boeing CH-46 medium-lift helicopter,… Read More

7 months ago

A-10C Warthog retired to 309 AMARG after 14,125 flight hours and after 43 Years of Service

This is the first of 21 A-10 Warthog CAS aircraft authorized to be retired under the FY23 National Defense Authorization… Read More

1 year ago

USAF retires its last MC-130H Combat Talon II, #89-0280, after delivering the aircraft to the “Boneyard” at Davis-Monthan AFB

“There’s special things you do whenever a plane leaves. With the MC-130H, I used to give it a big hug… Read More

1 year ago

Did you know that with 3,150 aircraft, 5,900 engines and 340,000 pieces of aircraft 309 AMARG could be the second largest air force in the world?

Today the 309 AMARG has grown to include more than 3,150 aircraft, 5,900 engines and 340,000 pieces of aircraft. Taken… Read More

1 year ago

A disassembled B-52H Strategic Bomber is taking a Road Trip from Tucson to Oklahoma City and here are some awesome photos of her journey

On Jan. 4, 2022 B-52H 61-0009 began her next journey to Oklahoma where she will become the test bed for… Read More

2 years ago

The wings, fuselage, and horizontal stabilizer of this non-flyable B-52H will be used to support modernization efforts on the B-52 fleet

A B-52H bomber, tail number 61-0009, in non-flyable status at the 309th AMARG was recently taken out of storage in… Read More

3 years ago

Check Out these photos of 309 AMARG Aircraft Covered With Snow

On Jan. 2, 2019 a rare snowfall struck the normally arid desert outside Davis-Monthan Air Force Base (AFB) Taken on… Read More

5 years ago

USAF retires AC-130U that sank Iraqi patrol boat during Operation Iraqi Freedom

The AC-130U had the honor of being “the first Air Force aircrew and aircraft to sink a maritime combat surface… Read More

6 years ago

INDONESIAN AIR FORCE HAS RECEIVED LAST TWO F-16s

The F-16s had joined another four for the flight home from the U.S. when mechanical issues forced the pair to… Read More

6 years ago

THESE INCREDIBLE PHOTOS CLEARLY SHOW WHY 309 AMARG COULD BE THE SECOND LARGEST AIR FORCE IN THE WORLD

Currently 309 AMARG stores more than 4,400 aircraft and 13 aerospace vehicles from the Air Force, Navy-Marine Corps, Army, Coast… Read More

7 years ago

USAF RETIRES ITS LAST C-5A AIRLIFTER

This C-5A has been in operation for over 44 years and has over 22,500 flight hours and more than 5,470… Read More

7 years ago

F/A-18C HORNET AIRFRAMES READY TO BE UPGRADED AT F/A-18C+ STANDARD

16 Hornets have already been shipped to the maintenance facility at Cecil Airport in Jacksonville, Fla., where Boeing, under a… Read More

7 years ago

USAF BIDS FAREWELL TO “KING 52,” THE SERVICE FIRST HC-130

The HC-130P/N "King"  is the only dedicated fixed-wing Personnel Recovery platform in the Air Force inventory King 52, the first HC-130… Read More

7 years ago

MESMERIZING HD TIME-LAPSE VIDEO SHOWS THE USAF AIRCRAFT BONEYARD AS YOU’VE NEVER SEEN IT BEFORE

309 AMARG at Davis-Monthan AFB contains about 5,000 retired military aircraft throughout 2,600 acres The incredible time-lapse video in this… Read More

7 years ago

U.S. AIR FORCE A-10 THUNDERBOLT IIs RECEIVE UPGRADE TO BOOST THEIR SEARCH CAPABILITY

A-10 pilots take the Combat Search and Rescue role very seriously As explained by Airman 1st Class Mya M. Crosby, 355th… Read More

7 years ago