The A-7 Corsair II

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The Ling-Temco-Vought A-7 Corsair II

The Ling-Temco-Vought A-7 Corsair II was a carrier-based subsonic light attack aircraft procured by the US Navy to replace its aging A-4 Skyhawks.  It was first deployed in 1967, and saw extensive service during the Vietnam War.  Variants included the A-7A, A-7B, A-7C, A-7D (flown by the US Air Force),  A-7E, and A-7K (also US Air Force) with each variant representing upgrades to the power plant, avionics, and/or  weapons carried by the aircraft.  Retirement of the A-7 Corsair II by the Navy began in the mid 1980s, being replaced by the F/A 18 Hornet.  Two squadrons flying the A-7 participated in Operation Desert Storm.  Upon their return from this action in May 1991, these last remaining A-7s were retired.

A-7 Corsair II Profile Drawing Prints by George E. Bieda

Shown here are two of  George's profiles of  A-7s.  The image on the left is an A-7B of VA-155 from 1973.  This is our standard drawing without personalization added.  The drawing on the right, an A-7E as flown by the VA 87 Golden Warriors, in the 1975 - 1978 time frame, shows the type of personalization we can add to a drawing, at no additional charge.  This helps to make your drawing truly unique.  Click on either image for a larger view, then click your browser's BACK button to return here.  

Profile drawing of an A-7B Corsair II of VA-155 by George Bieda Profile drawing of an A-7E Corsair II of VA-87 by George Bieda
A-7B Corsair II of VA-155 A-7E Corsair II of VA-87

Most Navy, Air Force and Air National Guard squadrons are available--simply use the pull down menu under "Squadron" to select your choice when placing an order.  Be sure to select a print size and any framing options as well!  When composing the drawing, George can use a particular aircraft number, BUNO, carrier and airwing, so inlcude what you'd like to see in the COMMENTS secion of the order form.

A-7 Corsair II Profile Drawings by George E. Bieda
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Our reference materials show the following  US Navy squadrons flew the A-7 Corsair II:  VA-12 Flying Ubangis, VA-15 Valions, VA- 22 Fighting Redcocks, VA-25 Fists of the Fleet, VA-27 Royal Maces, VA-37 Bulls, VA-46 Clansmen, VA-55 Warhorses, VA-56 Champions, VA-66 The Waldos, VA-72 Blue Hawks, VA-81 Sunliners, VA-82 Marauders, VA-83 Rampagers, VA-86 Sidewinders, VA-87 Golden Warriors, VA-93 Blue Blazers, VA-94 Mighty Shrikes, VA-97 Warhawks, VA-105 Gunslingers, VA-113 Stingers, VA-122 Flying Eagles, VA-146 Blue Diamonds, VA-147 Argonauts, VA-152 Fighting Aces, VA-153 Blue Tail Flies, VA-155 Silver Foxes, VA-174 The Hellrazors, VA-192 Golden Dragons, VA-195 Dambusters, VA-203 Blue Dolpins, VA-205 Green Falcons, VA- 215 Barn Owls, VA-303 Golden Hawks, VA-305 Hackers.

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