March ARB Museum + Spotting @ KRIV

Heyo all, after finally deciding to edit more of my shots from my week trip to SoCal, I’m happy to share my KRIV (March ARB) shots. I coincidentally met a few friends who were also spotting that I knew from Nellis AFB’s Red Flag events. March has a lot to offer with their museum and with the occasional rare charters.

This time around, I got a chance to see the Omega Tanker KC-707 return after a little refueling sortie over the Pacific. There were also four F-35’s I had captured takeoff (one in actual good quality).

Omega Air Tanker with the white capped San Bernardino Mountains in the background.

An F-35C Lightning II from VMFA-314 (Black Knights). They’re the first Marine Corps squadron to operate the F-35C!

An SR-71 Blackbird chillin in the main museum hanger (with a cub menacingly staring it down in the background).

hah. puddle.

A YF-14 from the VF-1 Wolfpack. It’s the 11th of 12 F-14 testbeds built.

My favorite historical fighter jet, the F-4 Phantom II. I’m sorta desperate to see an F-4EJ (JASDF variant), hopefully I can find one when I return to Japan later this year.

A near 70 year old C-110G with a dope RCAF livery.

dollar store b-52.

Prime Air operates quite a few flight into March ARB daily, here’s one of their B738BCF’s rolling down the runway.

One of 4 in the lineup of MiG’s.


Canon Rebel EOS 250D
Canon Rebel EOS 450D [OLD]
Tamron 18-270mm F/3.5-6.3
Tamron 100-400mm F/4.5-6.3
Manfrotto Carbon Fiber Tripod

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as always, W shots, but still, L kamryn for not being back in maui

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The photos go hard!

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Absolute L, should’ve taken a photo of the whole lineup.


I was reminded of this when I saw that plane lol


Reminded me more of this tbh


I did but unfortunately IFC has rules 🚶

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Oh, thanks for letting me know that “photos of a lineup of MiGs at KRIV” are prohibited here.

Nice pictures

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Sheesh kamryn

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