Douglas A-4 Skyhawk

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{{infobox Aircraft|ready=airrefuel|image=A4-Skyhawk from Nimitz.png|name =Douglas A4|type =Military aircraft|fdm =|status =early-production|authors =Lewis Magruder, Dean Baunton, Jim Wilson, Andy Ross, Vivian Meazza|fgname = a4f, a4, a4-uiuc|download =}}The '''Douglas A-4 Skyhawk''' is a [[Howto: Carrier|carrier]]-capable attack [[aircraft#Carrier-borne aircraft|aircraft]] designed for the United States Navy. The delta wing Skyhawk, powered by a single turbojet, was designed and produced by Douglas Aircraft Company (later [[McDonnell Douglas]] and finally [[Boeing]]). The initial designation was A4D under the Navy's designation system, and A-4 Skyhawk after 1962.
== Aircraft help ==
{{Main article|A-4F Skyhawk Operations Manual}}
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| Catapult launch command
{{air-to-air refueling}}
[[Category:Delta-wing aircraft]]
[[Category:Carrier-based aircraft]]
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