By Robert F. Dorr
An album of the A-6 Intruder and its prowler variations. The plane, probably so much significantly deployed within the Vietnam clash, replaced the nature of carrier-borne aviation via delivering its commanders bombing power the place ahead of merely strike and fighter airplane may be used.
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