Many people with an interest in aviation will be aware of the United States military aircraft storage facility near Tucson, Arizona. 'AMARC' (pronounced a-
Following on from the respected reference books ‘MASDC’ (published in 1983), ‘MASDC II AMARC’ (published in 1998) and ‘AMARC (MASDC III) (published in 2006)’ we are pleased to announce the fourth book, ‘309thAMARG (MASDC IV)’ which details aircraft movements at the Aerospace Maintenance And Regeneration Center, Davis-
Over 5000 individual aircraft are listed in the book’s 176 pages with 200 full colour photographs to illustrate all of the types in storage.
Each aircraft listed includes its inventory number, serial, code/unit markings, arrival date, departure date and disposal details.
A sample page is provided here in
The previous books in the series, MASDC II AMARC, and AMARC (MASDC III) are also available at reduced prices