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The Grumman OV-1 Mohawk was an armed military observation and attack aircraft, designed for battlefield surveillance and light strike capabilities. It was a twin turboprop configuration, and carried two crew members in side-by-side seating. The Mohawk was intended to operate from short, unimproved runways in support of United States Army maneuver forces.

Below is a list of some of the Mohawk airframes that survived military service.

57-6539  (D-03)
59-2604  (A-03)
59-2606  (S-03)
59-2617  (D-10)
59-2629  (D-03)
60-3728  (D-03)
60-3734  (D-03)
60-3736  (R-03)
61-2689  (S-03)
61-2692  (A-03)
61-2700  (D-07)
61-2718  (S-08)
61-2724  (D-03)
  62-5856  (D-03)
62-5860  (D-04)
62-5874  (A-03)
62-5889  (D-06)
62-5890  (A-03)
62-5906  (DP-05)
63-13119  (D-03)
63-13128  (D-03)
64-14246  (S-04)
64-14262  (A-03)
66-18884  (P-03)
67-18906  (P-03)
67-18926  (A-01)
  68-15936  (A-03)
68-15939  (D-03)
68-15946  (D-03)
68-15947  (A-03)
68-15958  (A-11)
68-15960  (D-03)
68-16993  (D-03)
68-16994  (S-98)
69-17007  (D-04)
69-17021  (A-03)

Grumman OV-1 Mohawk

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