FLYING AIRCRAFT
-1909 Bleriot
-PT-17 Stearman
-AT-6F Texan
-TBM Avenger
-F4U-5NL Corsair
-FI-156 Storch
-UC-78 Bobcat
-B-25J Mitchell
-B-17 Flying Fortress
-B-24 Liberator
-P-51 Mustang
-Me 262 Schwalbe
-S-2F Tracker
-T-33 Shooting Star
-UH-1E Huey
-F-4D Phantom

-TA-4J Skyhawk
-F-100F Super Sabre
-A-1E Skyraider
-A-36
-FM-2 Wildcat

STATIC AIRCRAFT
-Wright Vin Fiz (Repl.)
-T-33 Shooting Star

RESTORATIONS
-F6F 3-N Hellcat
-A-26 Invader
-Focke Wulf Fw 190 F-8

The A-36 Apache is a derivative of the P-51A Mustang or Mustang I as it was known in RAF service. The A-36 was designed as a dive-bomber version of the famed fighter that was designed by North American engineers in a mere 90 days. Employing wing-mounted dive brakes and powered by the low-altitude optimized Allison V-12, the A-36 saw only limited use in USAAF and RAF inventories.

The A-36 Apache owned by the Collings Foundation is one of two flying in the world and one of three in existence. The Foundation's A-36 was awarded Grand Champion at EAA's 2012 AirVenture Oshkosh.

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