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Old 11-05-2018, 02:11 PM   #1  
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Default Wanted: A-37 Dragonfly Checklist

I'd like to get my hands on an original Cessna A-37 Inflight Checklist.
Please drop me a note if you know of one.
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Old 11-05-2018, 02:23 PM   #2  
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What about a T37 checklist? Can’t be too different, just some HUD/arming/camera switches, other than than almost identical.
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Old 11-05-2018, 03:01 PM   #3  
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What about a T37 checklist? Can’t be too different, just some HUD/arming/camera switches, other than than almost identical.
Way different.

J85 engines instead of J69s. Tip tanks and drop tanks. Some had AAR probes. Some had buil-in nose guns (I think).

I know a guy who flew them in ‘Nam. I can ask. If he has one, doubt he’d give it away...but he might make a copy.
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Old 11-05-2018, 07:08 PM   #4  
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I know a guy who flew them in ‘Nam. I can ask. If he has one, doubt he’d give it away...but he might make a copy.
A copy is better than nothing! Let me know what he says. I'll consider buying his original depending on the price and condition.

BTW, I have a UPT classmate that went to Vipers... and on his second assignment, went to Howard to fly the Super Tweet. Operation Just Cause kicked off after he got there, and he got a bunch of combat sorties in the A-37. I thought that was pretty cool!

And yeah, there are more differences between the T-37 and A-37 than there are similarities, it seems.
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A copy is better than nothing! Let me know what he says. I'll consider buying his original depending on the price and condition.

BTW, I have a UPT classmate that went to Vipers... and on his second assignment, went to Howard to fly the Super Tweet. Operation Just Cause kicked off after he got there, and he got a bunch of combat sorties in the A-37. I thought that was pretty cool!

And yeah, there are more differences between the T-37 and A-37 than there are similarities, it seems.
That is cool!! PM the name...I might know him.

I’ll check with my bud. Awesome guy: flew AC-47s in SEA out of UPT, then the A-37, then the RF-4....did a stint as Advisor in Dominican Republic in the early 80s; got six hops in the F-86F! Flew Weasels with me, then did a career at World...topped it off with the BD-5J!!

I’ll let you know.
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Huggy: PM headed your way.
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Old 11-15-2018, 08:01 AM   #7  
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Here is a source for the entire flight manual:

https://www.flight-manuals-online.co...-37-dragonfly/

Think the cost is $10. Don't know anything about the company offering it for sale.
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Old 11-23-2018, 05:58 PM   #8  
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Thanks, but what I'd like to get is an original Pilot Inflight Checklist. I already have the Flight Manual.
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Old 11-11-2019, 09:24 PM   #9  
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Bump. Let me know if you have an A-37 Inflight Checklist, or even one I can copy.
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