Intruder A-6e Aircraft Parts

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Part Number
NSN
NIIN
0-300-271-04 Loop Clamp
014588642
00005-1N21WEMR Semiconductor Device Set
000794041
0000980 Electrical Receptacle Connector
004057661
00179-025F70 O-ring
003220137
0099517 Optoelectronic Display
010290612
01011-00029 Electrical Receptacle Connector
004001654
01011-M-00002 Electrical Receptacle Connector
004001654
01011M000029 Electrical Receptacle Connector
004001654
01026-00001 Electr Receptacle Connector Body
011057284
01026-0001 Electr Receptacle Connector Body
011057284
012-0414-02 Probe Extension Cable
010809366
012-2876-00 Turnlock Fastener Stud
006804141
012-2876-000 Turnlock Fastener Stud
006804141
01251-0471 Electrical Contact
005903097
01332-66001 Radio Frequency Coil
010820014
015-10307-5 Canopy Release
008666878
009376284
016-8010-202 Tip Jack
009376284
0237-6-700 Valve Parts Kit
000834361
026-013-001 Liquid Quantity Transmitter
012755783
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The Grumman A-6 Intruder was an American, twin jet-engine, mid-wing all-weather attack aircraft built by Grumman Aerospace. In service with the United States Navy and Marine Corps between 1963 and 1997, the Intruder was designed as an all-weather medium attack aircraft to replace the piston-engined Douglas A-1 Skyraider. As the A-6E was slated for retirement, its precision strike mission was taken over by the Grumman F-14 Tomcat equipped with a LANTIRN pod. From the A-6, a specialized electronic warfare derivative, the EA-6, was developed.

Following the good showing of the propeller-driven AD-6/7 Skyraider in the Korean War, the United States Navy issued preliminary requirements in 1955 for an all-weather carrier-based attack aircraft. The U.S. Navy published an operational requirement document for it in October 1956. It released a request for proposals (RFP) in February 1957.

The first prototype YA2F-1, lacking radar and the navigational and attack avionics, made the Intruder's first flight on 19 April 1960,

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