Composed by a former A-6 crew member (who spent many happy flight hours with the aircraft), the nostalgic, cool video in this post reminds us that the Intruder was a no-nonsense, payload carrying, bomb droppin’, ass kickin’ machine.
It represented the most capable medium attack aircraft in-theatre for the entire Vietnam conflict, being capable of striking targets with a heavy load of ordnance in almost any weather condition.
Artwork courtesy of AircraftProfilePrints.com
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