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F-AZDP

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Douglas AD-4N Skyraider

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Tim Marks
Sandy still looks ready to go kick some butt! Great photo!
Paul Wisgerhof
An A-4D is a single engine jet. This is an A-1D.
sam kuminecz
AD-4N Skyraider c/n 7449 was built at the Douglas El Segundo plant, California with Bureau Number (BuNo) 124143. On June 10, 1960 she was delivered to the Armée de l'Air with serial 14.
Jean-Pierre MARTINROCHEPhoto Uploader
Thank you, Sam, for your information.
sam kuminecz
your welcome Jean Pierre, beautiful photo
Dave Sheehy
Fantastic shot!
gary messinetti
Great photo of the Spad! Sandy is the Air Force version.
Don Lynch
What a great photo!
Excelent foto !!!Fantastic !!!5*****
Keith Jones
"AD-4" is the original Navy designation for this aircraft. In 1963 both the Navy and the Air Force adopted a common designation for aircraft. Subsequent to the change the "AD Skyraider" was redesignated "A-1 SKyraider". The "dash" following the basic designation under either nomenclature represents the "modification/model" of the aircraft.
Tim Baker
I wonder if there is ballast up front, that engine doesn't look it's enough to get a flyable cg.
Lucius Gravely
If I'm not mistaken, it has a 4360 up front.
Larry Horton
A massive heavily armored aircraft. I walked out the wing once and there is no give. Heavy armor around the cockpit. Just can't say enough about how impressive this aircraft is. You knew when you looked up and saw this coming at ya the battle was about to change. Kicked some Charlie butt and soften up the field for rescue.
brian dubey
When I was on my tour in Vietnam attached to the 1st squadron 9th cav of First Cav Div in the 61st LRRP Unit out of Camp Evans 1968, we called in group support missions from DaNang. They then sent us A1H skyraiders that was either Vietnamese pilots or US Air-force pilots. Because the American pilots spoke better english we could control the mission better than using flights with Vietnamese pilots.
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