The North Dakota Air National Guard “Happy Hooligans” has a long history of operating interceptors, from the F-89 to the F-16. When the F-16s were retired in 2007, the unit switched to an airlift squadron operating the C-21, better known as the Learjet 35.
Some of the more attractive Boeing 757s flying are the C-32As operated by the USAF’s 89th Air Wing out of Andrews AFB. Four aircraft were delivered new from Boeing in 1998, and then starting in 2010, four used airline 757-200s were acquired
Developed as a replacement for both the KC-135 Stratotanker and KC-10 Extender, the KC-46A Pegasus has finally entered the USAF inventory, though it still has operational limitations. Two of the first units to get the aircraft
Gabriele Tacchi built a 1/10th scale, flyable U-2 from a set of plans he purchased and used a scaled-up version
Sunil Gupta built the 1:144 scale Minicraft KC-135E
Air National Guard units began receiving Douglas C-124 Globemasters