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A-7 3D Model

Built originally on the airframe of the F-8U Crusader, the A-7 underwent ...

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  • AutoCAD DWG (.dwg)
  • DirectX (.X)
  • Cinema 4D (.c4d)
  • OBJ (.obj)
  • Lightwave (.lwo, .lw, .lws)
  • DXF (.dxf)
  • 3ds Max (.max)
  • Softimage (.hrc)
  • VRML (.wrl)

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History

Created:08/02/2007
Last Modified:08/24/2009
Total Size of Files: 55 MB
Built originally on the airframe of the F-8U Crusader, the A-7 underwent a number of modifications since its 1965 introduction. The A-7 Corsair II, which is retired, was used by TAC for close air support attack missions. The A-7E was the final fleet version of the A-7. After more than two decades of service, however, it was replaced by the F/A-18 Hornet.The A-7E had a 20mm gun and can carry payloads of up to 15,000 pounds of bombs and missiles. Eight ordnance stations were available. A-7E Corsair IIs were part of the two-carrier battle group that conducted a joint strike on selected Libyan terrorist-related targets in 1986. Together with carrier-based F/A-18s, A-7s used anti-radiation missiles to neutralize Libyan air defenses. F/A-18s replaced A-7Es in the carrier air wing mix. The last two squadrons transitioned in FY 1992. Replacing A-7s with F/A-18s gave operational commanders more flexibility by allowing them to employ the F/A-18s in either the fighter or attack role. Also, a smaller number of aircraft (85) are needed in an F/A-18 equipped carrier air wing than in an A-7E equipped carrier air wing (94).

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