AH-1Z Viper

The AH-1Z Viper attack helicopter provides rotary wing close air support, anti-armor, anti-air, armed escort, armed/visual reconnaissance and fire support coordination capabilities under day/night and adverse weather conditions for the USMC.

AV-8B Harrier II

AV-8B Harrier II is a single-engine, subsonic, ground-attack aircraft of metal and composite construction, that constitutes the second generation of the Harrier family, capable of vertical or short takeoff and landing.

B-25J Mitchell

The North American medium bomber was introduced in 1941 and named in honor of Brigadier General William "Billy" Mitchell, a pioneer of U.S. Military aviation.

F-5N Tiger II

The F-5F is a dual-seat, twin-engine tactical fighter commonly used for training and adversary combat tactics. The F-5 aircraft serve in an aggressor-training role with simulation capabilities of current threat aircraft in fighter-combat mode.

C-17A Globemaster III

The C-17A Globemaster III is the most flexible cargo aircraft to enter the airlift force. It is capable of rapid strategic delivery of troops and all types of cargo to main operating bases or directly in the deployment area.

C-27J Spartan

The C-27J Spartan is a military transport aircraft that was configured for maritime patrol, search and rescue, C3 ISR, fire support/ground-attack, and electronic warfare missions.


The C-41A is a turboprop-powered STOL medium cargo aircraft designed for numerous roles, including ambulance aircraft, paratroop carrier, and utility transport.


During World War II, this aircraft played a vital role as the "Dakota" in the RAF and Commonwealth Service and the C-47 in the U.S. Service, serving in various theaters and contributing significantly to the Allied victory, especially in the China/Burma/India Theater where it flew critical supply missions over the Himalayan Mountains.

CH-53E Super Stallion

The CH-53E Super Stallion is the Marine Corps' primary heavy lift helicopter and has been in service for over 30 years. It can carry a 26,000-pound light armored vehicle, 16 tons of cargo 50 miles and back, or enough combat-loaded Marines to lead an assault or humanitarian operation.

CH-53K King Stallion

The CH-53K King Stallion is a more powerful, safer, and easier-to-maintain helicopter. With three times the lift capacity of its predecessor, it is the new heavy-lift solution for the Marine Corps.

FA-18C-D Hornet

The F/A-18 Hornet is an all-weather jet aircraft that is used by the U.S. Marine Corps as both a fighter and attack platform. In its fighter mode, the F/A-18 is used primarily as a fighter escort and for fleet air defense; in its attack mode, it is used for force projection, interdiction, and close and deep air support.

F-5N Tiger II

The F-5N Tiger II is a single-seat, twin-engine, tactical fighter and attack aircraft that provides simulated air-to-air combat training. It serves in an aggressor-training role with simulation capabilities of current threat aircraft in fighter-combat mode.

F-35B Lightning II

The Lightning is a multi-role machine and is capable of conducting air-to-surface, electronic warfare, intelligence gathering, and air-to-air missions simultaneously. The Lightning has advanced sensors and stealth technology.


In 1950 this aircraft was fitted with a more powerful engine and improved avionics, and replaced the earlier model. By 1994 only the Cuban Air Force was still flying the Soviet-built MiG-15bis aircraft.

MQ-9A Reaper

The MQ-9A Reaper is an unmanned aerial vehicle capable of remotely controlled or autonomous flight operations.

P-40N War Hawk

The Curtiss P-40 Warhawk is an American single-engined, single-seat, all-meta fighter bomber that first flew in 1938. The design is a modification of the previous P-36 Hawk which reduced development time and enabled a rapid entry into production and service.

P-51 D Mustang

The Mustang was among the best and most well-known fighters used during World War II. Possessing excellent range and maneuverability, it operated primarily as a long-range escort fighter and also as a ground attack fighter-bomber.

SBD-5 Dauntless

Renowned for its dive-bombing success against the Japanese at the Battle of Midway, the SBD, armed with .50-caliber and .30-caliber guns, was returned to the U.S. Navy in May and departed for San Diego in June 1944.


The Huron is a low-wing, T-tail monoplane with two turboprop engines. The UC-12F provides high-priority transportation for personnel and cargo, range clearance, courier flights, medical evacuation, and humanitarian rescue or assistance.

UH-60M Black Hawk

The UH-60M Black Hawk is a four-blade, twin-engine, medium-lift utility military helicopter. It provides air assault, general support, aeromedical evacuation, command and control, and general support.

TBM-3E Avenger

The Grumman TBF/TBM Avenger, introduced in 1941, became the U.S. Navy’s standard torpedo bomber during World War II, with over 9,830 produced.