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The big collection of airplanes on the old South Base ramp belong to the AFFTC Museum. The one on the extreme left you identified as "F-100" is actually the YA-7F (AFSN 71-0344). The "C-47" is a C-53. The Canberra is B-57B (N809NA). The "?" plane is a C-7B (63-9765) once used by the U.S. Army Golden Knights parachute team. The F-8 is an RF-8G that was used as a chase plane by Rockwell International. The F-4 is NRF-4C (64-1004). The "C-135" is NC-135A (60-0037) that was an avionic testbed for the B-2.