The Davis-Monthan Air Force Base outside Tuscon, arizona, has disused aircrafts - thousands of them. There is row upon row of F-14 Tomcats, nuke--deploying B-52's, Huey choppers... all waiting to either be recycled, or for the next world war. And thanks to arizona's dry air, most can be restored to operational status if needed.
Google Earth allows you the ability to backtrack through a timeline to compare dated maps with the current map. If you’ve got the newest Google Earth installed, it’s worth checking out the area. It really does look like a massive pattern on the ground from the sky due to the sheer amount of planes on the ground.
The Davis-Monthan Air Force Base is also home to the 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group, and it has garnered the nickname “The Boneyard” for the out of service aircraft that collects on its base.