Bronco 446

SN 155446 (MSN 305-57)

  • New September 4, 1968
  • RDT&E (Research, Development, Test & Evaluation) China Lake, California September 7, 1968 – March 03, 1972
  • Joe Baugher’s Notes: converted to OV-10D. To Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Center as PB0001 May 21, 1993. Noted Oct 7, 2004 at Boeing Facility, Mesa, AZ, allegedly to to Colombian AF. Registration N10957 reserved Feb 3, 2009

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446 News

446 Crews of late 60’s

446 Crews of late 60’s

Two separate line crews are engaged in loading ordnance and preflighting OV-10A BuNo 155446 at China Lake, California.

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Warbirds on Historic Road Trip

Warbirds on Historic Road Trip

Pilot Mike Manclark takes Squadron of Legendary Warbirds on Historic Road Trip to California for Major Restoration Effort Six OV-10 Broncos being shipped from National Vietnam War Museum for new life as flying memorials JAN 10, 2018. MINERAL WELLS, TX –...

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Restoration News

A Bird on Foreign Soil

Jul, 7, 2018 | No Comments

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.

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From Rockwell with Love: The Bronco’s Firepower

Jun, 6, 2018 | No Comments

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 …

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Flying The Bronco

May, 5, 2018 | No Comments

The prototype for one of the world’s coolest airplanes was built in a garage. This won’t surprise homebuilders, but it might military history enthusiasts.

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