The OV-10 Bronco is a turboprop light attack and observation aircraft from North American Rockwell Corp. that was developed in the mid 1960s, going into production in 1965. This special plane was designed for counter-insurgency (COIN) combat, and became a primary forward air control (FAC) aircraft for the U.S.A.F. It can carry up to three tons of external munitions, internal loads such as paratroops or stretchers, and can loiter for three or more hours.
Detailed front and rear cockpits, ejection seats, positionable crew entry doors, rear compartment and positionable door with avionics rack; nose 'hood' is positionable to reveal FLIR pedestal, sponson access doors with gun bays that have two M60 machine guns in each bay plus ammo feeds, two detailed Garrett T76 engines, positionable nacelle access doors, detailed landing gear, weighted landing gear wheels, positionable flaps, flaperons, spoilers and elevator.
External stores: 2 x AIM-9 Sidewinder (choice of AIM-9B or AIM-9L seeker heads), 2 x 68 gallon external fuel tanks, 2 x 34 gallon external fuel tanks, 2 x four-shot Zuni rocket pods, 2 x seven-shot rocket pods, 2 x Mk.82 500 lb slicks and 2 x Mk.82 500 lb Snakeye.
One fret of photo-etch details and ballast weight of white metal