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Ling Temco Vought A-7P Corsair II

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mike prendergast
A7 Corsair?
a mentor
don't think so as it doesn't show the slot where the wing changes AOA for takeoff/landings
jesse kyzer
Seems to me the uploader SHOULD know and post some numbers that are on subject
jim gevay
Mike Prendergast is correct, this photo is an A-7 Corsair.
The A-7 has the refueling probe on the right side of the fuselage and even when it's retracted it's still semi-exposed or visible.
The A-7 Corsair does not have a variable-incidence wing for take offs and landings and is sub-sonic.

The Vought F-8 Crusader does have the variable-incidence wing, and the refueling probe is on the left side of the fuselage and is completely covered when not in use. It is also supersonic and is about 8' longer than the A-7.
a mentor
Thanks for the update :)

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