Photos from Andy Taylor.
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All I have are these pictures of the A-7 that he took.
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These A-7 Photos were taken by Andy Taylor.
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|Designed as a replacement for the
A-4 Skyhawk, the
first served in the late stages of the Vietnam War and
remained the primary U.S. Navy attack aircraft until the
The A-7E 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
A-7 has one Allison TF-41 turbofan engine with no afterburner producing 15,000
lbs of thrust. The A-7A and B used the TF-30 Turbofan
Engines. The corsair has a top speed of 602 kts and a max range
of 2280 nm.
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