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International Bird Dog Association

The Birddog has had a noteworthy record of administration & is still looked for after for its capacities and sheer fun of flying a genuine Warbird. This extreme and dependable critter is an exceptionally uncommon air ship. In light of solicitation from the U.S. Armed force for an enhanced Liaison airplane, the Cessna Aircraft Company created plans, tooled up, and started fabricating. The main model 305 was conveyed to the Army in December of 1950. The Army preferred it, assigned it the L-19 (Liaison), and named it the "Birddog". Numerous L-19's were promptly conveyed to the war in Korea. Others were sent to Army and National Guard units in different zones. A long time later, Birddogs were sent to Vietnam and utilized as a part of different battle parts by the Army, Air Force, and Marine Corps. By then the assignment had been changed to O-1 (Observation). The foe dreaded the nearness of the Birddog in light of the fact that it admonished of terrible things to come.  Around 3400 of these Warbirds were worked by Cessna over a ten-year time span. Around 22 were worked to Military particulars by Fuji Heavy Industries in Japan. Through the Military Assistance program different countries got Birddogs and really "replicated" and "tore up" the air ship with a specific end goal to build their numbers. The Ector Aircraft Co. of Midland, Texas assembled non military personnel forms of the Birddog in additional up and coming arrangements. The essential Birddog is a 2100 pound (stacked), high wing couple seat airplane with an all metal skin and a six barrel Continental motor giving the muscle to swing the enormous 90 inch prop. Birddogs with a settled pitch prop had the 213 HP O-470-11 motor. Those with the steady speed prop were fueled by the 213 HP O-470-15. With a 36 foot wing range, ordinary rigging (tail wheel), 60 degrees of folds and energy to extra, this work stallion could pull two men, outfit, a full heap of fuel (41 gallons) and up to eight 2.75 inch rockets all through short runways even at higher rises. With it's amazing mileage, the Birddog can stay on station (at low power settings) for up to five hours. On buoys the Birddog has effectively been utilized by shrubbery administrators and fish spotters. With a snare, the Birddog is maybe one of the best pennant/lightweight plane tow flying machine around.

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