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Douglas AD-4N Skyraider
Single-engine 3-crew Low-wing Night Attack Aircraft, U.S.A.


Archive Photos [1]


[Douglas AD-4N “Skyraider” on display (c.1990) at the Marine Corps Air Station El Toro Airshow, MCAS El Toro, California (35mm photo by John Shupek copyright © 2001 Skytamer Images)]

[Douglas AD-4N “Skyraider” on display (c.1992) at the Hawthorne Air Faire, Hawthorne, California (35mm photo by John Shupek copyright © 2000 Skytamer Images)]

[Douglas AD-4N “Skyraider” (NX92034, BuNo 127888) on display (9/29/2003) at the Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum, Portage, Michigan (Photos by John Shupek copyright © 2003 Skytamer Images)]

[Douglas AD-4N “Skyraider “Naked Fanny”” (NX959AD, BuNo 126959) on display (1/6/2007) at the Planes of Fame Air Museum, Chino, California (Photo by John Shupek copyright © 2007 Skytamer Images)]

[Douglas AD-4N “Skyraider” formation on display (11/10/2007) at the Aviation Nation 2007 Air Show, Nellis Air Force Base, Las Vegas, Nevada (Photo by John Shupek copyright © 2007 Skytamer Images)]

[Douglas AD-4N “Skyraider” (NX2088G, BuNo 126935) on display (11/10/2007) at the Aviation Nation 2007 Airshow, Nellis Air Force Base, Las Vegas, Nevada (Photos by John Shupek copyright & copy; 2007 Skytamer Images)]

[Douglas AD-4N “Skyraider” (BuNo 125736) on display (10/6/2012) at the The U.S. Naval Museum of Armament and Technology, NAWS China Lake, California (Photos by Peter S. Kuntz)]

Overview [2]


We are currently in the process of reformatting all of our aircraft pages on our Skytamer.com website. Therefore, at this point we have chosen not to immediately include the history, usage, specifications and performance data of this aircraft. As soon as we have completed the task of reformatting the photo pages, we will revisit this page and include the above information. In the meantime, use the below Wikipedia link in the References section to get the history. When this page is revisited, we'll include specifications and performance data for this aircraft from Jane's All the World's Aircraft and/or other recognized references.

References


  1. Photos: John Shupek, Copyright © 2000, 2001, 2003, 2007 Skytamer Images. All Rights Reserved
  2. Photos: Peter S. Kuntz (10/6/2012)
  3. Wikipedia. Douglas A-1 Skyraider

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