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Douglas B-66 Destroyer - USA

EB-66E
Serial: JN (54-534)
Unit: 363 TRW, USAF

This plane was the third and last ECM version of the Destroyer. Formerly RB-66B-DL. This plane is an EB-66E of the 363rd tactical reconnaissance wing based at Shaw AFB (South Carolina) used in training duties during the early 1970s.


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Source: Enciclopedia Ilustrada de la Aviacion, Editorial Delta 1981/1982
Douglas B-66 Destroyer - USA | EB-66E | 363 TRW, USAF | JN (54-534)

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