A-7D CORSAIR II

Adopted by Cub Scout Pack 215

Link to video: A-7D Corsair II cockpit walk-around

The A-7D was the US Air Force’s version of the A-7 developed for the US Navy and was designed primarily as a ground attack aircraft. This Vought built fighter-bomber was flown by the 107th Tactical Fighter Squadron at Selfridge from 1978 to 1989.

AIRCRAFT STATISTICS
Wingspan: 38' 8 "
Length: 46' 1 "
Height: 16' 1 "
Weight: 39, 325 lbs.
Engine: Allison TF-41-A-1
Thrust: 14,250 lbs.
Speed: 663 mph
1st Flight: 1968

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