Douglas A-26 and B-26 Invader

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Crowood, 2002 - History - 191 pages
Douglas A-26 and B-26 Invader has often been overshadowed by other aircraft and circumstances. It saw service too late in World War II to lay claim to a distinctive heritage. By Korea, it was seen as a workhorse and just an old propeller job. But there can be no doubt that the Invader was a fine aircraft - highly effective and popular with its crews.

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Thompson began flying professionally in 1978. He currently flies Learjets for the Federal Aviation Administration, performing navigation aid and flight procedures inspections throughout the western United States.

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