Here's some interesting pictures from the NM of the USAF. It's neat to stand near, next to or inside things you don't normally see. It will really jack up the model detailing skills. Picture 1 is the 10+ feet of main landing gear that holds up the B1-b Lancer bomber. A very impressive aircraft. Picture 2 and 3 are from the B-36 Peacemaker. The bomb bay is vast and designed to carry 84,000 lbs of bombs including the massive Mark 17 hydrogen bomb which I'll post next. Pics 4 & 5 are of the B-2 Spirit. I would have never believed that one of these would be here, but there it is. It looks like it was produced by an alien race. There are no seams, no rivets, no reflections, no nothing. I had to increase brightness on post-processing this picture almost 100% to create a usable image. It's quiet too. One flew by at the Thunder Over Louisville this year and if you didn't know it was coming, you almost wouldn't have heard it. Can't say the same for the F-22 of which one of those was on display too. And the plane it competed with, the YF-23 is also there.