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  • Ov-2

    Did the Marine Corps ever use any OV2 Skymasters? or were they USAF only...
    I was a Crew Chief on 34's but I flew a Skymaster so long I could do it,and did, in my sleep after Vietnam.
    James Mansfield
    HMM-163 1962

  • #2

    I flew until I got out in 1976 and never saw or heard of a Marine Corps Skymaster. I believe they were US Air Force only.

    Semper Fi

    "Crazy Joe"


    • #3
      The O-2 (not OV-2) A and B was flown by the USAF in Vietnam. The Navy had several assigned in later years at NAS Fallon and some of those were later assigned to the Army at Fort Hauchua, AZ.

      Hostage IGOR