AMARG

A seemingly endless row of freshly retired CH-46 Seaknights as seen at AMARG in Tucson, Arizona in March, 2014. The last of the fleet is set to retire later  this year. (photo by Richard Mallory Allnutt)

CH-46 Sea Knight Retirement Ceremony at Smithsonian

With the CH-46 Sea Knight finally bowing out of service later this year, the Smithsonian’s National Air & Space Museum is set to receive an example on temporary loan from the United States Marine Corps at a ceremony this August. Here are the preliminary details from NASM. We will be reporting more information as it becomes available. Press Release: Chantilly,[Read More…]

“BONEYARD” Guided Tours For “Working” Tucsonans

“BONEYARD” Guided Tours For “Working” Tucsonans

PRESS RELEASE – Pima Air & Space Museum, who operates the often-sold-out bus tours of the “Aircraft Boneyard” aka the 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group (AMARG) on the Davis-Monthan (DM) Air Force Base, announces the second-ever Saturday tours created specifically to show support for working Tucsonans on Sat., Aug. 30th.The 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group—commonly referred to as[Read More…]