- Name: A-26 Invader
- Designed by: Gary Fuller
- Published in: RCM Magazine August 2004
- Wingspan: 96″
- Plan Number: 1336
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From the Magazine:- The A-26 Invader was designed in the early 1940’s as a replacement for the A-20, B-26 and B-25. It was an advanced aircraft for its day and it not only served in the Second World War but it also served in the Korean and Vietnam conflicts. With the success of the strafer nose used on the B-25 and A-20 in the Pacific theater, the Invader was initially designed with a solid nose containing eight .50 caliber machine guns in addition to its bomb load. During service trials in Europe it was found that a pathfinder version was needed with a clear nose and a bombardier position in place of the solid nose because the low-level attacks were too hazardous to perform in Europe.
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