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Douglas A-26 Invader HD-Audio
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Douglas A-26 Invader HD-Audio

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Engines:
(Pratt & Whitney R-2800-Double Wasp 18 Cylinder Double Row Radial)
*These are real world sounds*
Authentic Sounds Including:
Long Coughing Start Up
Shut-down
Roll
Wind
Prop Trill
Prop Flutters
Fuel Pump
Stall/Airframe Stress
Prop Windmill
Flaps
Canopy/Open/Close
Gear/Up/Down
Touch-down
Crunchy Bass Flyby/Distance Doppler

The Douglas A-26 Invader (designated B-26 between 1948 and 1965) is a twin-engined light bomber and attack aircraft built by Douglas Aircraft Company during World War II which also saw service during several major Cold War conflicts. A limited number of highly modified U.S. Air Force aircraft served in Southeast Asia until 1969.
It was found to be a fast aircraft capable of carrying twice its specified bomb load. A range of guns could be fitted to produce a formidable ground-attack aircraft.
The postwar re-designation of the type from A-26 to B-26 has led to popular confusion with the Martin B-26 Marauder which first flew in November 1940, some 16 months before the Douglas design's maiden flight. Although both types were powered by the widely used Pratt & Whitney R-2800 Double Wasp eighteen-cylinder, double-row radial engine, they were completely different and separate designs — the Martin bomber originated in 1939, with roughly twice as many Marauders (nearly 5,300) produced in comparison to the Douglas design. The last A-26 in active U.S. service was assigned to the Air National Guard; that aircraft being retired from military service in 1972 by the U.S. Air Force and the National Guard Bureau and donated to the National Air and Space Museum.

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