Between Minot Air Force Base and the Dakota Territory Air Musuem there are numerous static displays of aircraft.
The Minot base's static aircraft displays include:
- An F-102A near the Shoppette on Missile Avenue. An F-106 is displayed in the southeast part of the base along Bomber Boulevard.
This F-106 static display is located along Bomber Boulevard at Minot Air Force Base. An F-102A is near the Shoppette along Missile Avenue.
A Minuteman I static display is located outside the main gate at Minot Air Force Base.
A transporter erector from the 1960s also is displayed at Minot Air Force Base.
This T-38A trainer is by the marquee and not far from the main gate at Minot Air Force Base.
This C-47 “Gooney Bird” also is on the grounds of the Dakota Territory Air Museum in Minot.
From the left, a T-33 trainer, A-7 Corsair II and a tail memorial of a B-17 that crashed north of Minot in 1944, shown in this photo taken Thursday, are on the grounds of the Dakota Territory Air Museum in Minot.
-A T-38A trainer jet and a T-33 are standing by the marquee near the main gate.
There's also a static display of a transporter erector from the 1960s.
A Minuteman I missile static display is outside the base's main gate and a Hound Dog guided air missile is across from the Shoppette.
The Minot Area Chamber of Commerce's Military Affairs Committee is raising funds for a 1/8 scale model of a B-52 bomber to present to the base as a gift from the community.
Dakota Territory Air Museum in Minot has on its grounds a T-33 trainer, the first jet assigned to the base in the late 1950s, an A-7 Corsair II and a C-47 "Gooney Bird."
There's also on the museum grounds a tail memorial of a B-17 that crashed Dec. 12, 1944, north of Minot on the west side of U. S. Highway 83, across from North Country Sportswear & Specialties.
The air museum has numerous aircraft inside.
The air museum also is in process of getting an F-106 fighter-interceptor.