New Guilding for Coin Aircraft?

Braybrook, Roy
April 2010
Armada International;Apr/May2010, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p52
The article features a number of aircrafts used in counter-insurgency (Coin) operations from World War II to the present. It notes the effectiveness of the Coin aircraft on counter-insurgency operations. It describes the 6553 -kilograms (kg) North American OV-10 Broncho aircrart used by the U.S. Air Force during its air strikes in Vietnam. Also noted are the Sukhoi Su-25 aircraft that were used by the U.S. military in Afghanistan and Chechnya.


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