1967 Cessna O-2A Skymaster twin engine

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The Cessna O-2A Skymaster is a military version of the Cessna 337 Super Skymaster, a twin-engine aircraft used for observation and forward air control duties. It was developed in the 1960s for the US Air Force and was used in the Vietnam War to provide air support to ground forces. The O-2A has a high-wing design and is powered by two piston engines, one mounted in the nose of the aircraft and the other in the tail. It can seat up to six people, including the pilot, and has a range of around 600 miles. It was replaced by more modern aircraft in the late 1970s and is no longer in military service.


  • Airframe Notes: 9001 TT
  • VHF: VHF-20A-Control G2349A
  • VHF #2: VHF-20B-Control G4481E
  • NAV: VIR-30A-Control G4481E
  • UHF: ARC-164
  • FM: 622A
  • Attitude Indicator: ARU-44A
  • XPDR: TDR-90-Control G5648-Altitude Encoder-SAE5-35
  • HSI: PN-101ACU-MD41-1328
  • Audio Control: NATAA95-210
  • RMI: ID-250A-RMI
  • Converter: 699Z-1L/F
  • ADF: ARN-83
  • GPS: KLN-90B
  • Multifunction Display: Argus 7000
  • C/E-Traffic Advisory System-TAS 600
  • Shadin ADC-200
  • Air Data Computer-air and Fuel Data Shows on GPS Pre-wired for Ship's Power of Left Yoke for Garmin Yoke Mounted 496 GPS

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