Tail Tip Damage which happened in flight training
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This is the A-7 Corsair located at NAS Lemoore in 1976

A-7 Corsair II Pilot

Vought A-7 Corsair II from VA-125 & VA-215
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The A-7 corsair II is one of the most successful light attack military aircraft ever made.  It was manufactured by LTV Vought.  The A-7 is 46' long 16' high and has a wingspan of 38' 9"  It has an empty weight of 19,500 lbs. and a max weight of 42,000 lbs.  the A7 has one Allison TF-41 turbojet engine, with no afterburner, producing 15,000 lbs. of thrust.  The corsair has a top speed of 602 kts. and a max range of 2280 nm.
Please note:  The specs on this page are for only one version of this plane. Different Versions may have different specs

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