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A Night attack Douglas B-26 Invader at its base during the Korean War.

A Night attack Douglas Invader at its base during the Korean War.

The Douglas AD Skyraider is considered the most effective naval aircraft of the…

Ad Skyraider Units of the Korean War (Paperback)

The Douglas AD Skyraider is considered the most effective naval aircraft of the Korean War, overshadowed in fame by the new jet fighters that captured the public imagination. Too late for combat in Wo

Invader fought in more wars than any other aircraft type of era.Americans flew the attack bomber in WWII,Korea & Vietnam,while other air forces fought in Indo-China,Algeria,Biafra,Cuba,Congo,& at least a dozen other conflicts.Douglas A-26B Invader, “Feeding Frenzy,” built at end of WWII,flew with French in Indo-China in 1950s & later operated by Hughes Tool Company.

Invader fought in more wars than any other aircraft type of era.

aircraft of korean war | ... F2H Banshee was the top day/night/photo fighter of the Korean War

Lockheed Shooting Star - the first jet fighter used operationally by the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF). First Generation Jet Fighter

The AC-130H Spectre (Attack Cargo Plane Project II) currently retired/replaced with the J model Ghostrider.  Spectres weapons consisted of twin 20mm cannons (mid pic), one Bofors 40mm cannon and one 105mm Howitzer (bottom pic).  See the top pic, there are two black squares that used to house the 20mm cannons.  This weapon was removed due to a ricochet issue (collateral damage) reported by Special Forces on the ground, something that has never been mentioned anywhere.

The Spectre (Attack Cargo Plane Project II) currently retired/replaced with the J model Ghostrider. Spectres weapons consisted of twin cannons (mid pic), one Bofors cannon and one Howitzer (bottom pic).

A Douglas A-26B Invader painted in night low visibility colors.

A Douglas Invader painted in night low visibility colors.

Douglas A-26 Invader | by motleypixel

Douglas A-26 Invader | by motleypixel

Douglas A-1D Skyraider (AD-4NA) aircraft picture

- Photo taken at Reykjavik (RKV / BIRK) in Iceland on August

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