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This site last updated on: April 1, 1999


Our Bronco, who art in hangar, Rusty be thy plane.
Thy wing done come. Thy move be done,
On earth, as it fell from heaven.
Give us this way our trusty sled
That puts us in debt, as we have not forgotten about our debtors.
And do not lead us into temptation, but deliver us some missiles. For thine is the wingspar, and the power lever, and the gear switch, forever.
Raven!

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* BIG NEWS!!
To reflect the changing nature of the OV-10 Bronco Association, we have changed our name effective April 1, 1999. The new name is:
Worldwide Helpers of Observation Aircraft in Hovering Or Really Slow International Endeavors
The new organization, known as WHOA HORSIE, has been bought for the sum of $250 by the firm of Dewey, Cheatam & Howe and is now a wholly-owned subsidiary. In a change from the OV-10 aircraft restoration and promotional role that the former OBA organization had, the new organization is now responsible for the manufacture, packaging, and marketing of DC&H's lucrative propwash supply contract with the DoD. Dewey, Cheatam & Howe is the leading supplier of propwash for Naval aviation and the second-largest propwash supplier to the Air Force.

Happy April first everybody!!! How do you like the new look?? We decided it was nice and professional looking, and easier to read. We're so confident in this that we deleted all the old formatting files to save space so that we can bring you a few more pictures someday!!


Combat Skewer, October 1968


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