F-101 Voodoo (multiple)

I photographed the first production Voodoo, McDonnell F-101-1-MC 53-2418 at the Evergreen Aviation Museum in McMinnville, Ore. On a trip to Arizona in 2017, I was able to photograph a pair of Voodoos at Pima — including a reconnaissance version. A Canadian CF-101F Voodoo is on display at McChord AFB. There were multiple F-100s at the NMoUSAF, including a recon version that flew ops associated with the Cuban Missile Crisis.

F-101-1-MC 53-2418 (first production Voodoo)

Evergreen Aviation Museum 2015

Evergreen Museum 2018

F-101B 57-0282

Pima Air Museum 2017

F-101B 59-0426

South Dakota Air Museum 2021

F-101B 59-0418

March AFB 2018

RF-101C 56-0214

Pima Air Museum 2017

CF-101F 101022

McChord AFB 2017

F-101B 58-325

NMoUSAF 2018

F-101B 57-0294

WNG Camp Murray, Tacoma (around 1998)

RF-101 56-166

This Voodoo also flew vital low-altitude reconnaissance during the Cuban Missile Crisis and helped confirm that offensive missile sites in Cuba were being dismantled.

NMoUSAF 2018