Pima Air & Space Museum (Pima Museum)
Director of Collections & Aircraft Restorations: Scott
6000 E. Valencia Road
Tucso, AZ 85706
Tel: +1 520-574-0462
The Pima Air & Space Museum (PIMA Museum) is the third largest aviation museum in the United States. The Pima Museum offers tours on behalf of the U. S. Air Force (USAF) Davis-Montham 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group (309th AMARG) boneyard and outdoor storage bonyard area. The Pima Museum's World War II Hanger displays the fully restored World War II aircraft collection. The Restoration Hanger includes the museum's restoration facility and aircraft being restored. The collection includes many aircraft with connections to World War II, Korean War and Vietnam War.
World War II Hanger
There are two main display hangers of World War II aircraft, one dedicated to European theater aircraft, and the other to the Pacific. Aircraft displayed include B-29 "Sentimental Journey", C-46, B-24 (ex Indian Air Force) and others.
B-24J Liberator Serial Number 44-44175
Former India Air Force, painted "Paisano / Shoot You're Covered", later "Bungay Buckaroo"
B-18B Bolo Serial Number 38-593
Displayed inside Hanger 1
TBM-3E Avenger Bureau Number 69472
Displayed inside the World War II Hanger
A-20G "Big Nig" Serial Number 43-9436
Arrived in September 2018 center section on display
This is the main hanger where restoration work is undertaken.
A-20G Havoc Serial Number 43-21627
Recovered from Tadji in 1974, owned by David Tallichet / MARC under restoration PIMA
Recovered from Tadji in 1974, owned by David Tallichet / MARC fuselage only stored outdoors
Michael F. Harrah Restoration Staging Hanger
This hanger contains aircraft in storage awaiting restoration.
Number 42-45981 Tail 30
Crashed in PNG, recovered in 2000 by Robert Greinert and donated to PIMA
P-40K Kittyhawk Serial Number ?
Crashed in PNG, recovered by Robert Greinert and donated to PIMA
P-47D "Frankie Serial
Force landed in PNG, recovered to PNG Museum, acquired by Greinert sold to PIMA