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The Douglas A-1 Skyraider (formerly AD) was an American single-seat attack aircraft that saw service between the late 1940s and early 1980s. It became a piston-powered, propeller-driven anachronism in the jet age, and was nicknamed "Spad", after a French World War I fighter. The Skyraider had a remarkably long and successful career, even inspiring its straight-winged, slow-flying, jet-powered successor, the A-10 Thunderbolt II.

Below is a list of Skyraider airframes that survived military service.


XBT2D-1/XAD-1 | AD-1/AD-3 | AD-4/A-1D
AD-5/A-1E | AD-6/A-1H | AD-7/A-1J

Skyraider XBT2D-1/XAD-1:

Bu. 09102  (D-05)
  Bu. 09103  (S-02)


Skyraider AD-1/AD-3:

Bu. 09257  (A-10)
  Bu. 122811  (D-12)


Skyraider AD-4/A-1D

Bu. 123827  (A-06)
Bu. 124086  (S-04)
Bu. 124121  (S-04)
Bu. 124143  (A-11)
Bu. 124156  (A-12)
Bu. 125716  (A-03)
Bu. 125739  (D-12)
Bu. 126849  (W-71)
Bu. 126867  (D-12)
Bu. 126877  (C)
Bu. 126880  (W-92)
Bu. 126882  (A-07)
Bu. 126912  (?)
Bu. 126922  (A)
  Bu. 126924  (?-12)
Bu. 126935  (W-11)
Bu. 126956  (S-12)
Bu. 126965  (A-96)
Bu. 126959  (A-03)
Bu. 126970  (W)
Bu. 126979  (D)
Bu. 126996  (S)
Bu. 126997  (A-02)
Bu. 126998  (A)
Bu. 127002  (?)
Bu. 127888  (D-07)
Bu. 127894  (S)
Bu. 127922  (D-05)
  Bu. 127931  (S-06)
Bu. 127942  (C)
Bu. 127945  (D)
Bu. 127947  (?)
Bu. 127948  (C)
Bu. 127950  (C)
Bu. 127954  (C)
Bu. 127955  (W)
Bu. 127960  (?)
Bu. 132261  (D)
RTAF  (D-03)


Skyraider AD-5/A-1E

Bu. 132443  (?)
Bu. 132463  (D)
Bu. 132532  (D)
Bu. 132534  (S)
  Bu. 132598  (D)
Bu. 132649  (D)
Bu. 132683  (A-05)
Bu. 132789  (S-03)
  Bu. 135018  (D)
Bu. 135152  (A-11)
Bu. 135178  (A-05)
Bu. 135188  (A)


Skyraider AD-6/A-1H

Bu. 134472  (D-90)
Bu. 135273  (P)
Bu. 135300  (D)
  Bu. 135332  (S-08)
Bu. 137602  (D-16)
Bu. 139606  (A-05)
  Bu. 139665  (A-12)


Skyraider AD-7/A-1J

Bu. 142072  (D-12)
       

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