Aircraft Maintenance And Regeneration Group (AMARG)

The large facility of the Aircraft Maintenance And Regenration Group (AMARG) is devided into a number of area’s. The area’s serve different purposes (e.g. long-tem storage or reclamation).  We have used the latest AMARG inventory publications and linked the data to all the area’s below. When you click a link you will see a list of all airframes currently parked in that specific area.
When no results are shown it means that currently no aircraft are parked in this area (at least not recorded on the AMARG inventory listing).

Disclaimer: please note that the monthly FOI listings are unfortunately not always 100% accurate and may not be in accordance with the actual situation on the ground. In some cases, aircraft are added to the list some time after their actual arrival-date at the facility. Likewise, in some cases aircraft are taken off the inventory list and are placed on a so-called “sub-inventory” list. In those cases, the aircraft are still physically at the facility. Consequently, the data provided on this website can only be used as an indication of what is/or was actually present at any given date! This website is an unofficial one and not related to the United States Air Force or the 309th Aircraft Maintenance And Regeneration Group (AMARG).

INVENTORY DATE: 15th SEPTEMBER 2022

DATABASE UPDATE: 18th SEPTEMBER 2022

3164

TOTAL CURRENT AIRCRAFT

AMARG “BONEYARD” TOUR – DISCONTINUED

The following quote comes from the Public Affairs Office at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base:

“Davis-Monthan AFB and the Arizona Aerospace Foundation’s Pima Air & Space Museum (PASM) no longer offer tours of the 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group (AMARG), also known as “America’s National-Level Airpower Reservoir,” or the “Boneyard.” For nearly 23 years, PASM positively affected the experience of visitors from the local Tucson community, the United States, and from across the globe by providing public tours of AMARG, one of the base’s 34 mission partners.

The 309th AMARG serves as an active aircraft maintenance, storage, parts reclamation and regeneration facility that Department of Defense warfighters, government agencies and many allied nations rely upon. Evolving requirements and manpower limitations at both Davis-Monthan and PASM have resulted in the inability to continue the public tour program without an adverse impact to our respective missions.




3164

TOTAL CURRENT AIRCRAFT




HISTORICAL LISTINGS

Since September 2012 we are keeping track of the inventory movements at AMARG. All our previous AMARG inventory publications are available for download. Simply select the month you are looking for and download the ZIP-file. Besides the complete inventory listing, The ZIP-file consist of a locations summary listing and a quantity summary of all types (note: if a month is marked in red, it means no data is available).

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