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.
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