Davis-Monthan Air Force Base is well known for its 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group (AMARG), the largest airplane "boneyard" in the world. Hollywood loves it. Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen is probably the best known film to have shot there, but there's a reasonable chance that any time you've seen an endless row of mothballed C-130s and F-4 Phantoms at the cineplex, it was lensed at AMARG. But...there are a few mini-boneyards south of Davis-Monthan that are not, strictly speaking, part of the 309th. While The Wraith, for example, was reportedly shot at the AFB boneyard, there's some speculation that it was actually shot at one of these private reclamation facilities; the best-known might be Aircraft Restoration and Marketing.
The aircraft above is nestled in a lovely patch of prickly pear that I had to maneuver through to get this shot. It was mid-day--no chance for magic light--and a bunch of endearing A-10 Warthogs were executing Immelmann turns overhead. For whatever reason this twin-engine US Army underwing derelict was parked by the side of the road, unencumbered by the usual chain-link fence. With the sun behind and to the left, I did my best. I believe this is a military grade Beechcraft, perhaps a version of the Army Seminole, used for "executive transport and liaison duties"; there's one at the Pima Air & Space Museum.
Little chance it will turn into Optimus Prime, I imagine.