C-141 Related Web Links
This page contains links to other web sites that you might find interesting.
They are presented in no particular order, so please don't write and ask me why
your site is not at the top of the list!!
Some of these sites may be commercial in nature (e.g., trying to sell you
something). These have paid no fee to C141Heaven for inclusion here and are
listed only because you might find them interesting.
If you know of other links that folks might be interested in seeing here,
please let me know via email. ( email or contact me )
Note: Since 9/11 the US Govt has stupidly removed a lot of links to
non-classified information about things such as the C-141. For example, they
used to have a very complete inventory of what was at Davis-Monthan on the DM
web site. It's totally gone now, under the guise of 'national security'. The
paranoid folks in HSA have convinced the military (it probably wasn't too hard
to do) that Osama could use this information somehow, and as a result, a lot of
information is no longer available on the web,and what is there tends to
disappear as more paranoid government web-masters review their content. The
point is, any links below may break at any time. If you find broken links
please let me know. I will do my best to resurrect them.
Baker's 141 Pages.
Some interesting info about 141's in the Vietnam area, including sample
Preserved Military Aircraft
This site has a huge list of US Military aircraft that have been
preserved and placed on display at museums and airfields around the
country. If you are looking for a specific a/c type you can likely find
41st ATS/Mas Alumni
41st ATS/Mas Alumni
Charleston AFB, South Carolina
Dedicated to the men and women of the 41st Air Transport/Military Airlift
This site has thousands of photos of jets. They are mostly commerical
airliners, but there can be a few nice military finds here and there. If
you use the search feature you can locate over 100 photos of C141's. Just
search for '141' only in the aircraft type.
What's really amazing is the fantastic quality of the photos. There are
some truly spectacular shots and it's well worth the time to visit this
Airlift Historical Foundation
is dedicated to preserving the memory and legacy of one of the greatest
humanitarian/aviation events in history.
Their mission is to preserve this memory by preserving several aircraft
used in the great event and creating "Flying Memorials and Classrooms"
with the purpose of educating the public about this pivotal, yet
forgotten, event in world history.
Loadmaster Association (PLA) website
Devoted to Loadmasters of all flavors, not just C-141's!.
If you were losing sleep because didn't think you'd be able to find any
of the following C-141 stuff:
Key Chain, Large Pull, Keepsake Ornament, Ceiling Fan Pull, Wine Cork,
Wine Charm, Electroplated Jewelry, Home Is Where Plaques, Shot Glass,
Crystal Barware, Photo Album, Steel Flask, Zippo Lighter, or Utility Hook
this is the place.
A patch collector's
1000's of USAF patches, what else?
Enroute Maintenance Home Page
Designed for ENROUTER's Who Have Served Their Country
Davis-Monthan ARMARG Web site. A shadow of its former self,
post-9/11. There are some interesting monthly newsletters for available
A very nice (non official) web site about the boneyard
Pima Air and Space
Just got a C-141 (70-0013) for display from across the street at AMARC
Lockheed/Martin's Employee Gift Shop
Seems like all the C-141 items are long gone.
Federation of American Scientists
Their page about the C141
Ted Morris has a nice site about Diego Garcia
C-141 Accidents - Aviation-Saftey.net
The above link has connections to aviation related sites for the C-141
and other aircraft and is hosted by UGA.