McDonnell-Douglas A-4C "Skyhawk I"

McDonnell-Douglas A-4C "Skyhawk I"


McClellan AFB, California (CA), US
The aircraft was acquired by the Aerospace Museum in 2006. The aircraft is painted to represent the “Blue Angels” number “2” airplane, which flies the ‘right wing’ position. A Marine pilot, who earned Navy “Wings of Gold” by successfully graduating from the Navy’s flight training program, always flies the #2 aircraft. Volunteers from the Aerospace Museum of California restored this aircraft in 2006.
The aircraft was acquired by the Aerospace Museum in 2006. The aircraft is painted to represent the “Blue Angels” number “2” airplane, which flies the ‘right wing’ position. A Marine pilot, who earned Navy “Wings of Gold” by successfully graduating from the Navy’s flight training program, always flies the #2 aircraft. Volunteers from the Aerospace Museum of California restored this aircraft in 2006.
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By: mlc1us

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