Douglas A-6 Spirit of North Carolina by skiwillgee ()
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A-6 Invader "Spirit of North Carolina"
The A-6 is the only bomber to serve in WWII, Korea, and Vietnam wars according to S.O.N.C.'s web site. It is powered be twin 2000hp Pratt and Whitney R-2800 radial engines.
April 25, 2009, Seymour Johnson AFB.
Image Comments (9)
drace68 () 5:30AM | Sat, 09 May 2009
Is "A-6" a Navy designation? Otherwise it looks like an A-26. Nice photos.
vkoontz () 8:12PM | Sat, 09 May 2009
It was referred as a B-26 for a number of years after the war although it was designated A-26,not to be confused with the Martin bomber. I've seen this bird at Andrews AFB a few years back. This type was also seen as fire bombers in the movie Always.