Aircraft Boneyard - Jeronimo (12) - Jeronimo (CDr)

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Label: Ambience (2) - none • Format: CDr EP • Country: Israel • Genre: Rock •


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  1. Aug 04,  · The Boneyard. The name evokes a space bereft of life: dry, hot, desolate. And that's about right. The Boneyard's official name is the th Aerospace Maintenance and Author: Geoffrey Morrison.
  2. May 03,  · Song list: 1. Aircraft Boneyard - 2. Scratch - 3. Torch Torture - 4. Jeronimo - 5. Stabbing Sound -
  3. An aircraft boneyard or aircraft graveyard is a storage area for aircraft that are retired from service. Most aircraft at boneyards are either kept for storage with some maintenance or have their parts removed for reuse or resale and are then scrapped.
  4. Nov 10,  · Aircraft Boneyard Keeps Planes for Parts or Possible Reuse FILE - In this May 21, photo, U.S. Marines play spades during a break at the th .
  5. The boneyard at Davis Monthan Air Force Base is the sole location for excess military and government aircraft. Currently over 4, planes are housed there and available for use, as functional aircraft, parts or equipment by U.S. military units throughout the world.
  6. Apr 18,  · Aircraft boneyard is an American term for a storage area for aircraft that are retired from service. Most aircraft at boneyards are either kept for storage or turned into scrap metal. Deserts, such as those in the Southwestern United States, are good locations for boneyards since the dry conditions reduce corrosion.
  7. The United States manufactured about , aircraft for WWII, and once peace was assured the military found itself with a huge surplus of aircraft. Within a year of the end of the war, about 34, airplanes had been moved to 30 sales-storage depots, or "aircraft boneyards".
  8. Some aircraft reach the end of their useful lifetime and are scrapped at the Mojave aircraft boneyard, while others are refurbished and returned to active service. The Mojave Air & Space Port is located on California Highway 58 between Edwards Air Force Base and Tehachapi. The official address is Flightline, Building 58, Mojave, CA

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