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Douglas AD Skyraider (N2AD) - Skyraider on the take-off with authority during Wednesday AirVenture Warbird Show. br /br /Lots of points for ordnance on those wings !!
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Douglas AD Skyraider (N2AD)

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Skyraider on the take-off with authority during Wednesday AirVenture Warbird Show.

Lots of points for ordnance on those wings !!

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John Giambone
Excellent!
Diana Rose
Who'da thot-it?
tking2097
Excellent presentation of a flying work of art. Amazing work with the the photo and the RV-7!!
Vaughn Blue Jr
I didn't know Van's RV-7's were equipped like this!
Colin Seftel
@ken try AA1 for the type code.
Claude Buckley
You had to look up when an AD flew over.
Jorge Bianchi
Skyraider ?
themold
Hello Vans! I want to order one of these. How soon can I get it? Does it still come with the 3350?
jesse kyzer
Not much history behind this 1
https://aerialvisuals.ca/AirframeDossier.php?Serial=66249
Bryant Mook
Sometimes even equipped with a toilet bowl weapon! No kidding!
Steven H Wilcox
Great photo! What a toy!!
ken kemperPhoto Uploader
Hey thanks Guys....

Good catch on the RV-7 ...laugh.
skylab72
That engine out-weights an RV-7.
Colin Seftel
@ken no, this is NOT a Grumman Tr2! :) I guess the correct code is the obvious A1.
ken kemperPhoto Uploader
Yes...
It definitely is a Douglas A-1 Skyraider
Bob Edwards
A couple of Air Force Sandies saved this Jarhead's A$$ in '68. Love this plane ever since.
ken kemperPhoto Uploader
Love your firsthand experience Bob Edwards with the Skyraider !!

Thanks for your service in a tough deployment.
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