North American Rockwell OV-10 Bronco

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OV-10 Bronco
NASA OV-10.jpg
A NASA OV-10 conducting research
Role Light attack and observation aircraft
National origin United States
Manufacturer North American Rockwell
First flight 16 July 1965
Introduction October 1969
Retired US (1995)
Status In limited service
Primary users United States Marine Corps (historical)
United States Air Force (historical)
United States Navy (historical)
Philippine Air Force
Produced 1965–1986
Number built 360

The North American Aviation OV-10 Bronco is a twin-turboprop reconnaissance and light attack aircraft. It was designed and built in the United States. The US Air Force, US Marines Corps, and US Navy used it in the Vietnam War. It was also used by the German and Indonesian air forces.