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Douglas DC-1/DC-2/DC-3/C-47/C-53/R4D/Dakota - USA

AC-47D
Serial: unknown
Unit: 4th Commando Air Squadron, 4th AF, USAF

The USAF's 4th Commando Air Squadron based at Tan Son Nhut Air Base was charged with introducing the AC-47, doing so in late 1964. Delays had been experienced in the supply of Miniguns.


Artist: unknown
Source: "Military Aircraft of the Cold War", General editor: Jim Winchester. The Aviation Factfile, (c) 2006 International Masters Publishers BV, ISBN-10: 1-84013-929-3; ISBN-13: 978-1-84013-929-7.
Douglas DC-1/DC-2/DC-3/C-47/C-53/R4D/Dakota - USA | AC-47D | 4th Commando Air Squadron, 4th AF, USAF

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