Adopted by The Hovis Family

This Douglas built attack bomber was flown by the 107th Bomb Squadron of the Michigan ANG at Detroit's Metropolitan Airport from 1947 to 1950. It was developed during WW II as a high performance, heavily armed bomber. Our A-26C was obtained from the Benjamin O. Davis Vocational School at Detroit's City Airport in 1986.

Wingspan: 71'
Length: 58' 3"
Height: 21' 6"
Weight: 38,200 lbs.
Engine: P&W R2800-43 (2)
Power: 2,000 hp ea.
Speed: 282 mph
1st Flight: 1942

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