Fallout: New Vegas

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Fallout: New Vegas cover art.

Video Game (2010)

After surviving a bullet to the head, Courier Six traverses the post-apocalyptic Mojave desert in search of the men who wronged him, while making an impact on thousands in the process.

Also from this series:

Fallout 3

Note: This is a Video Game. Aircraft portrayed in this production may not be entirely accurate or represent an actual aircraft, however, where a reasonable depiction of an actual aircraft has been created, it has been identified as best as possible.


Custer CCW-5

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Lockheed P-80 Shooting Star

Hanging from the ceiling in Camp McCarran's (formerly McCarran International Airport) terminal.

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Fictional Airliner

Prop airliners with folding wings seen around the tarmac at Camp McCarran (formerly McCarran International Airport).

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Boeing B-29 Superfortress

One dismantled airframe is found at Nellis Air Force Base, another intact version is found at the bottom of Lake Mead, a reference to the 1948 Lake Mead Boeing B-29 crash.

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Correct date for the real-life incident!
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