The OV-10 Squadron is committed to the restoration and continued support of flying the Bronco.

The organization has received seven OV-10 Broncos to the Southern California facility at Chino Airport (KCNO). The aircraft are being inspected for structural integrity and repaired to the highest standards of restoration. The fleet arrived from Fort Worth, Texas in January 2018 on a history journey across the US.

Please join us in this exciting project to build a small squadron of OV-10 Broncos for general aviation flying. The aircraft will be used in conjunction with the Mangic Foundation as well as commercial and airshow operations. Sign up and stay up to date with all the latest restoration news. And be sure to follow us on your favorite social platform below.

  

      

The Squadron

The organization is restoring seven OV-10 Broncos at the Southern California restoration facility.

The Team

Meet the warbird restoration experts, each with key roles in keeping the project moving forward.

The Bronco

North American Rockwell’s OV-10 Bronco is more than a twin-turboprop light attack and observation aircraft.

Restoration News

Pillars of the Plane: An Overview of The OV-10 Build

Of all the planes that flew our skies, the OV-10 Bronco might be one of the most iconic warbirds out there. In the previous blog posts, the OV-10 was discussed as a warplane that came out of necessity by the three branches of the military, namely the army, the navy,...

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A Bird on Foreign Soil

The mighty OV-10 Bronco has seen its fair share of conflicts, from the jungles of Vietnam to the Deserts of the Middle East; the United States military used these warbirds to fight the good fight. These planes were capable of reconnaissance missions to light air and...

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From The OV-10, With Love: The Bronco’s Firepower

The OV-10 Bronco, the bird that flew over the Vietnamese canopy, the one that provided the boys back at the base camp the much-needed information to fight back against the communist threat, the plane that put fear in the hearts of the enemy. From the North Vietnamese...

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