The OV-10 Squadron Fleet

On January 4, 2018, the OV-10 Squadron loaded six decommissioned aircraft onto a convoy of trucks, The aircraft made an epic 1,300-mile road trip from the National Vietnam War Museum in Mineral Wells, TX to meet with the 7th OV-10D in the fleet at California’s Chino Airport (KCNO).

The restoration specialists in Chino are the best-of-the-best in the warbird business, and are some of the industry’s last remaining experts in hand-formed aluminum sheet metal, fabricating Plexiglas canopies, and rebuilding engines long out of service.


These are their stories:

Own Your Own OV-10

The OV-10 Squadron is committed to the restoration of these aircraft to certified safe, flyable and enjoyable condition. It is our passion to rebuild and restore these amazing aircraft for personal use. We’re also committed to sharing the history with others with our passion. Contact us if you’re interested in owning your piece of warbird history.

                                    

Restoration News

446 at Paint Shop

Oct, 10, 2018 | No Comments

An exciting day as Airframe 446 gets lifted into position for painting at Newport Harbor Shipyard. Everyone loves a nice shiny coat of paint on the project – but this one’s going in matte style. Details to follow.

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New Logo

Oct, 10, 2018 | No Comments

OV-10’s new logo is off the drawing board and headed for the new website design.

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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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