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Dear all, had the pleasure to visit your museum a few days ago. Really well done! I was also able to get closer look to...

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Magnificent collection of Warbirds. Impressive restoration projects. Nice atmosphere. Came to see the PoF museum which is next door but never knew that the Yanks...

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Grumman G-128 Intruder (A-6E)

In 1956, the Navy issued a requirement for a low-level, long range and all weather attack aircraft, to take over the medium bomber role from the legendary A-1 Skyraider.  The A-6 quickly found itself in combat and proved to be a capable platform.

It gained a reputation for being able to carry large loads deep into North Vietnam at night when no other American aircraft could.  

First flown in 1970, the A-6E brought improved radar and nav/system computer systems to improve reliability.  The new model was produced with almost half new builds, the rest were made from the conversion of older A-6s, as was the case with this A-6.  

The A-6E received continual system improvements over its career to enable it to deliver the latest weapons in the Navy inventory.  In the end however, it became a victim of the post-Cold War draw down and wing fatigue problems, and the A-6 was retired in 1997.

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