10 Most Incredible Airplane Graveyards on Earth

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    Are there any graveyards that can be visited?
     
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    Yep. The AMARC Center at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base here in Tucson does have tours provided by the Pima Air and Space Museum. However, they are conducted tours and you just can't wander around. But you can see quite a few military aircraft from the surrounding streets. We also have the graveyard at the Avra Valley/Marana Airfield north of town, but that is restricted. (a long lens will work from nearby roads)
     
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