On Sunday (19 August) we reported at Double Eagle Aviation at Tucson for our AMARG flighs at 6 AM already. We used 2 Cessna 172s and each aircraft took 2 persons in the air (1 in the front, 1 in the back seat). Yet again, it was very sunny day and yet again temperatures rose very quickly. We finished our flying at 9.30 in the morning, with one participant even taking to the air twice. A nice visitor at Davis Monthan was the Colombian C-130E that also visited RIAT at Fairford this year. What a small world it sometimes is. In order not to miss too much at our next destination, Williams Gateway, we decided to go there in one go without stopping. On arrival we saw one T-45C on the ramp, that left soon afterwards. Fortunately, another one came in shortly after that, followed by 2 F/A-18A of NAS New Orleans, 1 carrying the aggressor colour scheme and 1 in dark blue camouflage. Also a dark blue T-34C arrived. Early in the afternoon, one group left for Mesa Falcon Field, to visit the Commemorative Air Force Museum. They first had a look near the tower… 4 CH-47D of the AZ NG were parked on the ramp. A quick chat followed, asking for permission to photograph them. That was not a problem and they were all 4 captured. Then on to the museum. It was a quarter past three already and the museum closes at three. This group went back to Williams again and were treated to the departure of the two F/A-18As, missing out on the T-34C. At the end of the afternoon the second group went to Mesa as well for the Chinooks there. At Williams Gateway a March AFB C-17A showed up for a 15 minute stop. When both teams were joined again the hotel in Mesa was found and final group dinner was enjoyed. The same evening, all stuff was repacked again, in preparation for the return flight the next day.