AMARG - The Most Misunderstood Place in the U.S. Military
A large part of Davis-Monthan Air
Force Base in Tucson, Arizona, is in use by the 309th Aerospace
Maintenance And Regeneration Group (AMARG), better known as the "Bone Yard". The 309th is
responsible for maintaining aircraft for all the U.S. armed forces, federal agencies and several allied governments.
More than 4000 aircraft are stored at AMARG. Those aircraft costed the taxpayers more than $34 billion when originally purchased.
But the 309th does much more than just storing and disposing of old aircraft.
Read more about the 309th in our article in Air Forces Monthly
Below an impression of our visit to the Bone Yard en AMARG's flightline.