Title:  Cessna O-2 (337 Skymaster)

The Cessna 337 Skymaster was a twin-engined utility aircraft with both engines mounted on the centreline so there is no adverse yaw in the event of engine failure. It first flew in 1961 and nearly 3,000 examples were produced during a 20 year production run. The engine placement produces a unique sound as the rear pusher propeller cuts through the turbulent air from the front propeller.

A military version designated the O-2A was used by the USAF in the forward air control role, and 31 examples were converted to O-2B configuration with loud speakers attached for use in the psychological warfare role in Vietnam.

This title includes the USAF Flight and Weapons Delivery manuals for the O-2 along with two manufacturer’s brochures for the civil 337 Skymaster version. The files have been scanned from the original manuals and retain any colour pages.


This title contains:

  • USAF Flight Manual for the Cessna O-2A and O-2B, T.O. 1L-2A-1 dated 10-6-77 with approx. 160 pages.
  • USAF Aircrew Non-Nuclear Weapons Delivery Manual for the Cessna O-2A, T.O. 1L-2A-34-1-1 dated 10-6-77 with approx. 146 pages.
  • Manufacturer produced publicity brochure for the 1971 Cessna 337 Skymaster, document SPA 71007-15 with approx. 12 pages.
  • Manufacturer produced publicity brochure for the 1972 Cessna 337 Skymaster, document SPA 72008-15 with approx. 15 pages.