Category:Douglas A-4 Skyhawk
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attack aircraft family by Douglas
|Instance of||aircraft family|
|Subclass of||attack jet,|
carrier-capable attack aircraft
|Location||United States of America|
|Country of origin|
English: The Douglas A-4 Skyhawk was designated A4D with the U.S. Navy (and with it U.S. Marine Corps) until 18 September 1962 when, with the introduction of the Tri-Service aircraft designation system, all Skyhawks still in service were redesignated A-4. The designation A-4D was not used to avoid confusion with the earlier A4D designation. The Skyhawk had been designed and produced by the Douglas Aircraft Company which merged with the McDonnell Aircraft Corporation on 28 April 1967 to form McDonnell Douglas.
This category has the following 8 subcategories, out of 8 total.
- ► Aerial refueling of A-4 Skyhawk (7 F)
- ► Douglas A-4 Skyhawk drawings (7 F)
- ► Douglas A-4 Skyhawk museum aircraft (13 C, 53 F)
- ► Douglas A-4 production (7 F)
Pages in category "Douglas A-4 Skyhawk"
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Media in category "Douglas A-4 Skyhawk"
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- A-4 strike camera.jpg 640 × 377; 74 KB
- Douglas A4D-5 and A4D-6 Skyhawk models 1962.jpg 2,092 × 1,569; 2.05 MB
- Drawing of proposed A4D-3 Skyhawk all-weather attack variant 1957.jpg 2,116 × 1,508; 978 KB
- Lakehurst NATF A-4 ejseat test.jpg 701 × 502; 114 KB
- Skyhawk operators.png 1,425 × 625; 32 KB