Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird: (Reconnaissance), 2,350 mph Max Speed, 80,000+ft Max Altitude. It can fly from Los Angeles to Washington D.C. in about a little over an hour. Supposidly this one has flew the most operational missions.
B-24M Liberator: (Bomber), World War II Era, 8,800lbs Bomb payloads, Max Speed 290 mph, 28,000 Max Altitude, 1,590 mile range.
A close-up of the nose of the B-24M Liberator
Boeing KC-97 StratoFreighter: (Tanker), World War II Era, Capable of off-loading 15,000 gallons of fuel.
Boeing KC-97 StratoFreighter
Avro Vulcan B.Mk 2: (Bomber), 1952-1980 opperation, 640 mph Max Speed, 65,000ft Max Altitude, 4,600 mile range, 21,000lbs Max Bomb Payload.
Avro Vulcan B.Mk 2: (Bomber),
B-29 Superfortress: (Bomber), 1st Bomber with pressurized crew compartments, "Enola Gay" & "Bockscar" were the only two aircraft to drop atomic weapons.
B-29 Superfortress--"Raz'n Hell"--ya no shit with atomic bombs!
Boeing WB-50: (Bomber / Reconnaissance), A highly modified variation of the B-29, made first non-stop flight around the world in 94 hours 1 minute 23,452 miles, "The last Propeller-driven bomber for the USAF."
Douglas B-18 Bolo: (Bomber), "First American Aircraft to sink a U-Boat," The oldest aircraft in the Castle Airforce museum, built in 1938.