Skyhawk

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Skyhawk
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Dallas and Austin find the crashed A4 Skyhawk for which they had been searching.

First mentioned: War Buddies, Part 2
Owned by: US Navy
Current status: Crashed just outside of Au Co, Vietnam

Five soldiers set out upon the Mekong River to search for a downed A4 Skyhawk.

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Graphic Novel:War Buddies, Part 2

During the Vietnam War, five soldiers--Dallas, Austin, Amarillo, San Antonio, and Loredo--are on a mission along the Mekong River in Vietnam to search for a downed A4 Skyhawk. Politicians want to keep the mission and the aircraft's status top secret, so the soldiers give up their identities. Their seven day journey is cut short by enemy fire.

Graphic Novel:War Buddies, Part 3

Dallas tortures a Viet Cong informant to learn the Skyhawk's location--just outside Au Co. The crew has been killed, but put up a good fight before dying. Austin protests Dallas's decision to carry out the crew's original mission of destroying Au Co. However, Dallas convinces Austin, and they take a missile from the plane.

Notes

  • The actual name of the aircraft is "A-4 Skyhawk", though it is referred to in the graphic novels as an "A4 Skyhawk".

Trivia

  • Skyhawks were manufactured by Douglas Aircraft Corporation, part of Boeing.
  • The U.S. Navy retired Skyhawks in 1976; the Marine Corps stopped using the aircraft in 1998.
  • 2,960 Skyhawks have been built. A total of 22 Skyhawks were lost or shot down during the Vietnam War.
  • The Skyhawk is also known as "Scooter", "Bantam Bomber", "Tinker Toy Bomber", and "Heinemann's Hot-Rod".

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