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The P-51 Mustang is a true legend. So legendary that attempts to build variants for service with the USAF went on until 1984!

This was the PA-48 Enforcer – the final variant of the Mustang.

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22 thoughts on “Piper Pa 48 Enforcer – Mới nhất

  1. Lord Ronin, The Compassionate says:

    Both the British and American military brass have had a NIH (Not Invented Here) mentality, but best leave politicians out of this as they’re worse than useless unless they see an opportunity for financial aid (for their campaign, obviously?). Even when presented with a craft/idea that’s already working, has the kinks sorted out and is reasonably inexpensive as well as filling a niche that was important to the guys on the ground it still is rarely chosen as the brass don’t get the kudos.

    From personal experience (British Royal Marine Commando, Officer/SC 1978-2008), I can tell you that a subsonic CAS that can loiter and be accurate at dealing with “Terry” outside the FOB/area we were patrolling is worth it’s weight in Unobtanium and of all the aircraft we expected to see was our mates from the USMC flying the “Brrrrrrrt”.

    A great plane when flown by professional airmen, but an absolute terror when flown by National Guardsmen that couldn’t be arsed PIDing our marking ID’s and the A10 rounds went straight through our Viking vehicles with all that implied to the couple of lads inside. I’m not blaming the trigger happy dentist playing “top gun” in his imagination as his training would be pretty good, but an American Marine aviator that is helping British Royal Marines seems to have that extra edge/care/professionalism that we appreciated every time (conversely if we knew it was NG we’d move away from our vehicles/position until they’d flown off!)

    I suppose that the powers that be never expected there would ever be another need for any aircraft to provide CAS but isn’t that usually the case? Those at the top of the command chain/commission/procurement chain would be so far removed from frontline fighting that they had little to no idea about what the ground-pounders needed then or in the future.
    Add to that the length of time it takes to design, test, and fix issues with a new aircraft and it can lead to a useless aircraft when it’s finally sent to the front.

  2. Stephen Warhurst says:

    Even though the PA-48 didn't make it to the Vietnam War other WW2 modified aircraft did get used like Douglas B-26K Counter Invader and the Douglas AC-47 Spooky

  3. Jean-Sébastien Trudel says:

    It's interesting to note the fact that "old technology" can sometimes become the solution to a modern problem. This has been the case in many fields, from the military to HVAC. A good reminder that we should never throw away something just because the idea isn't modern.

  4. Lee T. Walker says:

    If it still existed today and adopted for LAAR use in Afghanistan, it would have been another aircraft Harris-Biden left for the Taliban.

  5. lexington476 says:

    He's upgraded Mustangs, where these upgrades of existing airframes or new build aircraft? I'm just wondering about frame fatigue on a forty-year-old aircraft frame by the 1980s… plus would you really want to be flying a forty-year-old combat aircraft.

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