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Designation: OV-1C

Grumman OV-1C

Grumman OV-1C Mohawk

A picture of the Grumman OV-1C Mohawk

The Mohawk is a tactical reconnaissance and battlefield observation aircraft designed to replace the L-19 and other light observation aircraft in use by the U.S. Army in the late 1950s.  From its first flight in 1959, the OV-1 proved to have exactly the combination of speed, maneuverability, and range that the Army was looking for.  The OV-1 began entering service in 1961 and by the end of 1962 they had begun to appear in Vietnam.  Different versions of the Mohawk were designed to carry different types of equipment.  The “C” models, like the one in the museum’s collection carried cameras and infra-red sensors.  Mohawks served in the U.S. Army until 1996, when the last of them were retired.

Wingspan 42 ft

Wingspan

Length 41 ft 1 in.

Length

Height 12 ft 8 in.

Height

Weight 15,302 lbs (loaded)

Weight

Max. Speed 295 MPH

Maximum Speed

Service Ceiling 27,450 ft

Service Ceiling

Range 1,245 miles

Range

Engines Two Lycoming T53-L-7 turboprops with 1,150 horsepower each

Engines

Crew 2

Crew


Manufacturer
Grumman

Markings
First Infantry Division, U.S. Army, Vietnam 1967

Serial Number
61-2724

Designation
OV-1C

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