Specialized aviation forces have these primary missions: electronic warfare and suppression of enemy air defenses, and aerial reconnaissance and surveillance. According to the Federation of American Scientist (http://www.fas.org/man/dod-101/sys/ac/index.html) the list of U.S. specialized aviation forces includes: E-2, E-3, E-4, E-6, E-8, EC-18, E-767, E-737, E-310, EC-121, EC-130V, EC-130, EC-135, RC-12, RC-135, SR-71, U-2, EA-6B, ES-3, CSA, HU-25.
Army-Lockheed YO-3A Quiet Star Aircraft
Army aviation aircraft that served in Vietnam. Fewer than 15 were built. Assigned to the 220th Aviation Company and the 73rd Aviation Company.
The EC-47 History Site
Antique Airlines. The EC-47 in Southeast Asia, 1966-1974 360th, 361st, 362nd Tactical Electronics Warfare Squadrons and the 6994th Security Squadron and its Detachments.
Quiet Aircraft Association
Images, facts, and stories about the Lockheed Quiet Thruster (QT-2), Prize Crew (QT-2PC, Q-Star, and YO-3A Aircraft. Includes links to specific sites for each aircraft type.
VAP-61 VAP-62 Navy Heavy Photo Recon
Information regarding VAP-61 and VAP-62 Navy Squadrons, concentrating on the A3D-2P (RA3B) Douglas Skywarrior era, NAS Agana, Guam and NAS Jacksonville. Content includes photos, history, stories, and in memoriam page.
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