Current Weather Conditions
John A. Weeks III
Thursday, January 18, 2018, 8:06:34 AM CST
Home Photo Tours Rail Fan 12 Easy Steps
Aviation Spacecraft Highways & Bridges About The Author
 
Google Search
Maps   Groups   Images   Search
 
  Home
  • 12 Easy Steps
  • Aviation
    » Aircraft Photography
    » Aviation Survivors
      - A-9A Survivors
      - B-17 Survivors (Active)
      - B-17 Survivors (Static)
        › Gremlin's Hideout
        › Heavens Above
        › Homesick Angel
        › I'll Be Around
        › King Bee
        › Miss Liberty Belle
        › Piccadilly Lilly
        › Piccadilly Princess
        › Preston's Pride
        › Reluctant Dragon
        › Return To Glory
        › Shoo Shoo Baby
        › Short Bier
        › Sleepy Time Gal
        › Swamp Ghost
        › Virgin's Delight
        › Yankee Doodle II
      - B-18 Survivors
      - B-23 Survivors
      - B-24 Survivors
      - B-29 Survivors
      - B-36 Survivors
      - B-45 Survivors
      - B-47 Survivors
      - B-50 Survivors
      - B-58 Survivors
      - B-70 Survivors
      - C-124 Survivors
      - C-133 Survivors
      - F-107 Survivors
      - F-20 Survivors
      - F-85 Survivors
      - P-59 Survivors
      - P-61 Survivors
      - P-82 Survivors
      - SR-71 Survivors
      - YF-17 Survivors
    » Virtual Museum Tours
  • Spacecraft
  • Highways & Bridges
  • Photo Tours
  • Rail Fan
  • About The Author
 
Site Search By JRank
Aviation History And Aircraft Photography
B-17F Flying Fortress
Offutt Air Force Base
Bellevue, NE


B-17

B-17F Homesick Angel parked as a gate guard at the main gate to Offutt Air Force Base in Bellevue, Nebraska. Offutt was once the home of the Strategic Air Command. After the cold war was over, SAC stood down, and its role was transferred to the Air Combat Command. Offutt is still the home of the strategic command within TAC. Offutt AFB is higher security than many air bases, so getting access to photograph this gate guard would be all but impossible since 9/11.

Made With Macintosh
Authored by John A. Weeks III, Copyright © 1996—2016, all rights reserved.
For further information, contact: john@johnweeks.com