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Eve Of destruction has some Beautiful looking screenshots today. First off they have the The A7 Corsair II as well as a patrol boat and a M548 A1 Cargo Hauler.
In continuing our "Navy Theme" for this set of news posts. I am proud to present another aviation legend, The A7 Corsair II. n 1962, the United States Navy began preliminary work on VAX (Heavier-than-air, Attack, Experimental), a replacement for the A-4 Skyhawk with greater range and payload. A particular emphasis was placed on accurate delivery of weapons to reduce the cost per target. The requirements were finalized in 1963 and in 1964, the Navy announced the VAL (Heavier-than-air, Attack, Light) competition. Contrary to USAF philosophy, which was to employ only supersonic fighter bombers such as the F-105 Thunderchief and F-100 Super Sabre, the Navy felt that a subsonic design could carry the most payload the farthest distance. Read The Rest Here
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