For those of you that have never seen this, it is something to see.
The precision in the way they are parked is impressive. It is difficult to comprehend the size of the "Boneyard" and the number of aircraft stored there. Of course the important thing to remember is that they are all capable of being returned to flying condition if the need ever arises. If you are ever in the Tucson area, the weekly tours of the boneyard are still given through the Tucson Air Museum, located just south of Davis Monthan AFB.
Both the museum and the boneyard are very popular attractions in the Arizona desert.
It is difficult to comprehend the number of military aircraft in dead
storage until you see these photographs!
Even if you have seen this before, look again. The 3rd largest Air Force in the world is sitting on the ground here. It's the only unit in the U.S. Air Force that actually makes a profit.