Details: This poster shows a A-26 Invader flying in the air. It is painted black. Far below you can see the ocean.
First flown in 1942, the Douglas A-26 Invader was a twin-engined light attack bomber aircraft built during World War II and seeing service in both the Korean and Vietnam wars. The A-26 was originally built in two different configurations: the A-26B had a solid nose, which normally housed six or eight .50 caliber machine guns, while the A-26C?s glass nose contained a Norden bombsight and was used for medium altitude precision bombing.