Speckled across the badlands sand lie the remains of some military craft like the North American F-86 Sabre (Sabrejet), B25 Gunship, and Boeing B29 planes. Private jets circa the 1970’s lie out of use with broken windows and slowly crumbling interiors.
The Sabrejet was a transonic jet fighter aircraft and was thought to be one of the best and principal fighter planes during the Korean War.
A twin-engine North American B-25 Mitchell medium bomber gunship is seen below. Painted on the side ‘Ah’m Available Too’ and a burnette. The B-25 was built during World War II and retired as an aircraft in 1979.