Built in 1943.
A German military trainer from 1960.
Delivered to the U.S. Army on 6/29/1942. On 2/5/1946 it was sold to Central Air Transport in China and was reportedly used as the personal transport of Chinese President Chiang Kai-shek around the... (more)
Built in 1975.
Delivered to the Navy on 9/6/1943 as #17799; later struck off on 8/31/1945. Sold to MGM Studios and later the Planes of Fame Museum.
California Capital Air Show
One of 3 flying Zeros remaining.
ex-U.S. Navy# 90656. Delivered 9/9/1944 and retired from use 6/23/1958 with only 2291 hours.
ex-U.S. Air Force# 49-3371.
ex-U.S. Air Force# 49-3302.
Built in 2001.
ex-U.S. Air Force# 51-3705.
Mather Field's control tower.