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North American A-36 Apache - Wikipedia

North American A-36 Apache. The effectiveness of the A-36 as a ground attack aircraft was demonstrated on 5 June 1944. In a well planned attack on the large, well defended rail depot and ammo dump at Orte, Italy, Lieutenant Ross C. Watson led a flight of four A-36s through a heavy overcast on the approach to the target.

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North American A-36 Apache - Aviation History

Mar 14, 2010 · North American A-36 Apache by Scott Schwartz The Plane That Saved the Mustang. Kindelberger managed to convince Arnold that, by replacing the two British 20mm cannon in each wing with .50 caliber machine guns, and adding dive flaps, the Mustang would fill the bill as a dive-bomber.

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North American A-36 Apache Ground Attack Aircraft / Dive ...

Ground Attack Aircraft / Dive Bomber Aircraft. The North American A-36 "Apache" was a United States Army Air Forces dedicated ground attack / dive bomber variant of the classic North American P-51 "Mustang" single-seat, single-engine fighter. The original Mustang was developed to a British specification but the line went on...

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North American A-36 Apache Aviation Center

North American A-36 Apache Introduction North American Aircraft produced a relatively unknown ground attack and dive bomber called the Invader or A-36 during World War II.

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North American A-36 Apache - World War 2 Planes

North-American-A-36-Apache was a dive-bomber version of the P-51 Mustang. North American A-36 Apache The A-36 Apache can be considered as a United States Army version of the successful North American P-51 Mustang piston-engine fighter.

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North American A-36 - The Collings Foundation

North American A-36 . The A-36 is a derivative of the P-51A Mustang or Mustang I as it was known in RAF service. The A-36 was designed as a dive-bomber version of the famed fighter that was designed.

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A-36A Apache Ground Attack Aircraft World War II Database

Contributor David Stubblebine ww2dbase The North American Aviation A-36A was an attack aircraft variant of the famed P-51 Mustang fighter. North American Aviation called this variant the Apache while others tried to nickname it the Invader, but documents from the US Army Air Forces always listed them as Mustangs, like the fighters.

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North American A-36 Apache Plane Dave

Sep 21, 2014 · When is a Mustang not a Mustang? When its an A-36 dive bomber! This certainly seems like an odd "what were they thinking?" sort of scenario. But after the jump, we'll look at a clever improvisation that may have saved the Mustang program. I'm sure many readers know the story of the Mustang's British origins.…

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North American A-36 Apache Dive Bomber A36 Aircraft Wood Model Free Shipping. Brand New. $219.95. From Philippines. Buy It Now. Free Shipping. USAAF WW2 A-36A Apache Fighter 8x10 Photo US Army First P-51 WWII. Brand New. $8.95. Buy It Now +$3.99 shipping. Print Scale Decals 1/72 North-American A-36 Apache # 72302. Brand New.

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Apache Dive Bomber A-36 with Awesome Photos

North American A-36 Apache.Photo Roland Turner CC BY-SA 2.0. The A-36 Apache was a single-seat aircraft, powered by an Allison V-1710-87 liquid-cooled V12 engine which produced 1,325 horsepower. It weighed 10,000 pounds in full load, cruised at 250 mph and could reach 365 mph in bursts of speed, and had a range of 550 miles.

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North American A-36 Apache - OnWar

North American A-36 Apache. source The North American A-36 Apache (listed in some sources as "Invader", but also called Mustang) was the ground-attack/dive bomber version of the North American P-51 Mustang, from which it could be distinguished by the presence of rectangular, slatted dive brakes above and below the wings.

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North American A-36 Apache Military Wiki FANDOM ...

The North American A-36 Apache (listed in some sources as "Invader", but also called Mustang) was the ground-attack/dive bomber version of the North American P-51 Mustang, from which it could be distinguished by the presence of rectangular, slatted dive brakes above and below the wings. A total...

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Talk:North American A-36 Apache - Wikipedia

I came redirected from A-36 Apache, but this page names the plane "Invader" and says everybody called it a "Mustang" anyway. What about this name "Apache"? seems there should be a mention. [[217.132.5.41]] Apache was the initial semi-official US name for the XP-51 but it was quickly overtaken in use by the original RAF name of Mustang.

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A-36 Apache, Official Thread - Bombers & Attackers - War ...

Jul 08, 2015 · The North American A-36 Apache (listed in some sources as "Invader", but also called Mustang) was the ground-attack/ dive bomber version of the North American P-51 Mustang, from which it could be distinguished by the presence of rectangular, slatted dive brakes above and below the wings. A total of 500 A-36 dive bombers served in North Africa, the Mediterranean, Italy and the China-Burma …

A-36 Apache, Official Thread - ForumsApr 07, 2018What are your thoughts? - A-36 ApacheJun 18, 2017How does one fly the A-36 Apache? - ForumsMar 05, 2016See more results

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North American A-36 Apache - World War 2 Planes

North American A-36 Apache The A-36 Apache can be considered as a United States Army version of the successful North American P-51 Mustang piston-engine fighter. The USAAF bought this version first, but full priority was later given to the fighter version, and no more than 500 A-36’s were built.

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North American A-36 Apache Plane Dave

Sep 21, 2014 · When is a Mustang not a Mustang? When its an A-36 dive bomber! This certainly seems like an odd "what were they thinking?" sort of scenario. But after the jump, we'll look at a clever improvisation that may have saved the Mustang program. I'm sure many readers know the story of the Mustang's British origins.…

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North American A-36 Apache Military Wiki FANDOM ...

The North American A-36 Apache (listed in some sources as "Invader", but also called Mustang) was the ground-attack/dive bomber version of the North American P-51 Mustang, from which it could be distinguished by the presence of rectangular, slatted dive brakes above and below the wings. A total...

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Apache Dive Bomber A-36 with Awesome Photos

North American A-36 Apache.Photo Roland Turner CC BY-SA 2.0 The A-36 Apache was a single-seat aircraft, powered by an Allison V-1710-87 liquid-cooled V12 engine which produced 1,325 horsepower. It weighed 10,000 pounds in full load, cruised at 250 mph and could reach 365 mph in bursts of speed, and had a range of 550 miles.

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North American A-36 Apache - OnWar

North American A-36 Apache. source The North American A-36 Apache (listed in some sources as "Invader", but also called Mustang) was the ground-attack/dive bomber version of the North American P-51 Mustang, from which it could be distinguished by the presence of rectangular, slatted dive brakes above and below the wings.

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North American A-36 Apache World War II Wiki …

The A-36 "Apache" was a dive bomber/groud attack aircraft that was used by the United States during World War II. A variant of the P-51 Mustang with company designation NA-97, the Apache's high speed required that it incorporate air brakes in the wings to limit its dive speed to 390mph to...

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United States' North American A-36 Apache dive bomber

The President of North American, J. H. "Dutch" Kindelberger, suggested that he could build a new plane around the Allison V-1710 engine. This design became the NA-73. After the initial order for the planes was placed by the British, the United States took two of the aircraft, named the XP-51, and had them tested at Wright Field in August 1941.

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Talk:North American A-36 Apache - Wikipedia

I came redirected from A-36 Apache, but this page names the plane "Invader" and says everybody called it a "Mustang" anyway. What about this name "Apache"? seems there should be a mention. What about this name "Apache"? seems there should be a mention.

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What are your thoughts? - A-36 Apache - Air Battles - War ...

Jun 18, 2017 · The plane is suited to a "hit and run" Boom and Zoom style of play - you have the speed and low altitude performance to make incursions into enemy territory, drop your ordnance, make a pass at the enemy fighters, and then high-tail it back to friendly skies ... What are your thoughts? - A-36 Apache

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A-36 Apache - Avialogs

A-36 Apache Subscribe to this RSS feed. TO No 01-60HB-2 Erection and maintenance instructions for the A-36A Airplane AN 01-60-3 Structural Repair Instructions for A-36 Series and P-51 series T.O. 01-60HB-1 Pilot's Flight Operating Instructions for Army Model A-36A-1-NA Login. Username ...

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A36 Apache - The AVSIM Community

Oct 27, 2008 · A36 Apache replied to a topic in FSX P3D Missions Forum - How To (Responding to an old thread because I discovered the bug also)This is by design on this aircraft, though why it acts like this on a perfect approach (and I have tried it) is beyond me.

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North American A-36 Apache - Air-and-Space, Home …

The North American A-36 Apache and early model P-51 Mustangs had a very different profile from the familiar P-51D. Here's a retrospective gallery of some surviving A-36A Apaches and P-51A, P-51B, and P-51C Mustanga.

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A-36 Apache(Mustang) Build - RC Groups

Nov 04, 2010 · The A-36 was named the Apache, a ground attack/dive bomber version of the P-51 and used the V-12 Allison liquid cooled engine. It was used until …

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CB Model Designs - APACHE II

Nov 14, 2017 · The APACHE II is the next generation of the Apache design that has evolved from Ralph Ray’s 1960 Nationals winning 1/2A gas model which was kitted by Veco for many years. Now completely re-envisioned into a state of the art E-36 / F1S electric free flight model, this design variant has undergone over a year’s worth of effort to design ...

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