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Keychain made of: A-7D Corsair II 75-0392  A7D

Keychain made of: A-7D Corsair II 75-0392

Product code A7D

€ 52.85

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Publisher/Brand PlaneTags

Version Real aircraft skin

Category Airplane Skin Tags

Subcategory Airplane Skin Tags » Planetags

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This product was added to our database on Thursday 28 December 2023.

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The newest aircraft to join the fleet is the extraordinary Corsair II, brought to you by MotoArt and our friends at United Aeronautical Corporation. Introducing a former USAF A-7D, 75-0392. Get a closer look at our newest military PlaneTags.

The A-7 Corsair II is a high wing, single engine, subsonic, carrier-capable light attack aircraft. Its name was derived from Vought's F4U Corsair. Produced between 1964 and 1983, more than 1,500 were built. The design was based on the Vought F-8 Crusader and was meant to replace the Douglas A-4 Skyhawk.  The A-7D variant was built specifically for the USAF, to fill the need for a specialized subsonic fixed wing aircraft suited for close air support in South Vietnam. The USAF A-7D Corsair II featured a powerful Allison TF41-A-1 turbofan engine, a new avionics package, a computerized navigation/weapons delivery system, and an M61A1 rotary cannon. 459 were built.


MotoArt's A-7, 75-0392, was constructed as an A-7D. In 1980 '392 was assigned to the 152nd Tactical Fighter squadron, a unit of the Arizona Air National Guard 162nd Fighter Wing located at Tucson Air National Guard Base, Arizona. It was part of the unit's A-7 Fighter Weapons School, whose mission was to train combat-ready pilots for the Air National Guard with the A-7 and later the F-16. In October 1990, as the last of the A-7Ds in the unit were retiring, it was sent to storage at AMARC, then later salvaged. In 2022, MotoArt acquired '392 from United Aeronautical Corporation.

UAC has served their customers, since 1956, from one of the largest inventories of finished aviation products in the world. MotoArt is honored to partner with them to resurrect '392 as Ling-Temco Vought (LTV) A-7D Corsair II PlaneTags. Don't miss adding the Corsair II to your PlaneTags collection. The Corsair II is destined to become the next F4U Corsair PlaneTags - hard to come by and a challenge to track down. Grab yours today!

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