Jan 11, 2013 Cessna L19 Bird Dog Fach 324 despegando en el Aerdromo Municipal de Vitacura SCLC Jos Rodrguez Cessna O1 L19 Bird Dog" Mekong Mauler" Vietnam War Aircraft L19 Bird Dog Duration Cessna L19O1 Bird Dog (Photo by Gavin Conroy) Flying Magazine. Cessna L19O1 Bird Dog (Photo by Gavin Conroy) Flying Magazine. Find this Pin and more on Planes Vietnam by Dave Miller. See more. Military Aircraft Airplanes Aviation Vietnam Wings Air Ride Planes Airplane Plane The concept for an organization dedicated to the Cessna L19O1 Bird Dog originated with Mr.
Phil Phillips of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Phil had served as a U. S. Army Aviator in Vietnam and had flown numerous combat missions in the Birddog. Subscribe to our monthly email newsletter to receive information on special sales and promotions, upcoming events, and articles of interest regarding general aviation. Cessna L19 Aircraft. CessnaAir Repair, Inc. L19" Birddog" 1. Our standard aircraft begins with a total jig repair of the fuselage. All skins are replaced and all bulkheads are inspected and reconditioned or replaced.
The Interior of all components is primed for corrosion resistance. L19 Birddog Specials. Convenient Service Kits Reasonably Priced. BDAC1 Exhaust Spring Kit 24. 50. BDAC3 Large Barrell Primer Reseal Kit 38. 50 Cessna L19 Series Aircraft Information The Cessna L19O1 Bird Dog has the capacity for two crew members. Introduced in 1950, the L19Cessna O2 Bird Dog was a liaison and observation aircraft. Media in category" Cessna L19 Bird Dog" The following 74 files are in this category, out of 74 total.
Find great deals on eBay for cessna l19. Shop with confidence. Cessna L19 Bird Dog Aircraft Operating Instructions OPI RCA Ops (Pac) Version 4. 1 Its common military designation was L19 Birddog, but it is also known by the military designator O1 and by the civilian designator Cessna 305. Several variants of the aircraft were produced, and RCA Ops (Pac) detailed technical data, specifications and photos of Observation Liaison Aircraft Cessna 305 Bird Dog (L19 O1) Cessna's Model 305 became better known as the L19 Bird Dog an apt name because of how well it enabled pilots and their rearseat observers to search for and locate enemy ground positions.
Once found, such targets were identified and their locations radioed to those who would respond with an air Cessna returned to commercial production in 1946, after the revocation of wartime production restrictions (L48) with the release of the Model 120 and Model 140.
The approach was to introduce a new line of allmetal aircraft that used production tools,