GRUMMAN A-6 INTRUDER
Title: Grumman A-6 Intruder
The Grumman A-6 design was the winner of a 1957 US Navy design contest for an all-weather long-range low-level tactical strike aircraft. It first flew in 1960, initially designated A2F-1, and entered service as the A-6A in 1965.
The aircraft was subsequently developed into other roles including an inflight refuelling tanker. 693 examples were built and the last aircraft in service were retired in 1997. A number of surviving airframes were subsequently sunk off the coast of Florida to form an artificial fish haven.
This title includes two flight manuals for the Intruder, an early one covering the initial A-6A version, and a later one covering all versions. The manuals have been scanned from the original manuals and include any colour pages.