One of my Blog Mothers went to Grissom Air Museum and posted a lot of great pics of old hardware. She had a picture of the B-58 Hustler, one of the Strategic Air Commands aircraft designed to drop nukes on the commies during the height of the Cold War. There is another one of those at the National Museum of the United States Air Force. It was Wright Patterson Air Force base back in the day.
I had to dig a photo out from 1976 of an XB-70 Valkyrie there.
Sorry for the photo quality, the Kodak 110 Instamatic did the best it could.
So I also have to present this. The visitor map for Seymour Johnson AFB from the mid seventies. It was a SAC base. Back then it was pretty straightforward. KC-135 Stratotanker's, F-4 fighters, and B-52 bombers.
It looked like this:
Oh, thanks to her for pointing out the Douglas X-3 Stiletto behind this handsome dude!