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OV-1 Mohawk


The Grumman OV-1 Mohawk was a joint Army/Marine Corps project for an observation and light strike aircraft. The OV-1 entered service in October of 1959. Because of different requirements of the different branches of military, the Mohawk had several variants. 380 were built. The last Mohawk retired from US service in September of 1996. The Argentine Army still flies a few of them and there are about a dozen that are flying today under private ownership or through museums.

OV-1 Mohawk

OV-1 Mohawk

OV-1 Mohawk

OV-1 Mohawk

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