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Originally designated the L-19, The Bird Dog went into production in June, 1956 and was used during the Korean campaign as a liaison airplane by Army Field Forces to spot enemies troop concentrations, direct ground operations, carry ammunition, and evacuate wounded. Once it returned to production in 1962 and became designated the 0-1E, the Bird Dog gained fame anew as a “FAC” airplane (forward air controller) in South Vietnam war where it was very effective in spotting and directing fire against the enemy Vietcong forces.
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Spice M.5.0 star rating
Fun to Fly !!!
Review by Spice M. on 8 Dec 2014review stating Fun to Fly !!!
Thought it would be interesting to take a shot at building the Bird-Dog as a 3-Channel electric powered RC bird. Since the Hobby Zone Champ airplane is only slightly larger, it got me thinking that the geared motor, and control board would be ideal for the Bird-Dog, so that's what I used. Also used were Champ prop / spinner, wheels, and pushrods. Wings, fuselage, and other miscellaneous parts were carefully spray painted with 2 to 3 coats of acrylic paint, then assembled together. And the best part ... IT FLIES !!!
See the Build Slide Show @ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a3H8DuD7kaU&list=UU33raRUW_kbW9tDGGzbDUtg
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Review by Rcparkflyer on 20 Apr 2016review stating Bird Dog
This plane was very fun to build, and went together fast. However once complete the decals were almost falling off the plane. It did not fly very well either, this could be because something was warped though and not the kit.
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