Impressive time-lapse video of The Boneyard at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona, 2,600 acres of desolate desert where 5,000 military airplanes went to die. It makes me sad to look at them, but their decay is truly beautiful.
Sorry but those are not CT-114 Tutors. I cannot remember the reference for them but the USAF called them Tweets and they were trainers as well. I remember seeing them during my tours as a Snowbird. Since Canada retired the Tutor from the training role I do believe we have a few spare parts and airframes to last a few more years. I am pretty sure Americans never had Tutors in their inventory. History of the CT-114.