Plane #31 looks like Boeing should have made it. Maybe it's the latest fighter plane sold to the USAF. Works well, it makes the enemy laugh so hard that they fall out of the sky!
Plane #34 is actually an ingenious design, since it allowed the shooter to use his machine gun with an 180 degree front clearance to clobber the enemy. It is a French Voisin_III, originally designed for crop dusting.
Here is plane #35, something even young jbennet should know.
Pretty good on the Boneyard Classics. I don't believe any non-US aircraft are stored there, so Kfir and Tornado are not valid. There's one Orion (P-3), his neighbor is something else. There's no RB-45, it's something a bit rarer and more exotic. (another one my dad worked in the USAF)
With three F-111s on display, I'd guess the leftmost one's an EF-111 (the jammer) and the one in the middle of the row might be an FB-111, can't really tell if it's much bigger.
The USAF purchased a number of KFirs from the IDFAF in the 1980s, so there could be some at AMARC.
The rightmost one I thought a P-3 indeed looks different. DC6 or DC7 derivative most likely.
It's indeed no RB-45, I got the designation wrong. It's an RB-57 (probably an E or F version), Martin's version of the Canberra designed as a high altitude spyplane for the USAF.