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United States sport aircraft by decade of first flight

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United States aircraft of the 1970s

Military: Anti-submarine aircraft - AttackBomberElectronic warfareExperimentalFighterPatrolReconnaissanceTrainerTransportUtility

Civil: AgriculturalAirlinerCargoMailplaneSportTrainerUtility

Sport aircraft of the 1970s by nation

InternationalCanadaCzechoslovakiaChinaFranceGermanyItalyJapanPolandSoviet UnionUnited KingdomUnited States

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ADI Sportster

Acro Sport I

Acro Sport II

Aero Design DG-1

Airmotive EOS 001

American Champion Decathlon

Aviat Eagle II

Bakeng Deuce

Barnett J4B

Beck-Mahoney Sorceress

Bede BD-5

Beets Special

Bowers Namu II

Boyd G.B.1

Brock KB-2

Brokaw Bullet

Butterworth Westland Whirlwind

DSK Airmotive Hawk

Davis DA-5

Durand Mk V

E & P Special

F L S Z Der Kricket DK-1

Fike Model E

Flight Dynamics Flightsail VII

Frederick-Ames EOS/SFA

Freiberger Ron's 1

Harmon Mister America

Jameson RJJ-1 Gipsy Hawk

Javelin Wichawk

Jeffair Barracuda

Kraft Super Fli

MacDonald S-20

Maule M-5

McCarley Mini-Mac

Miller JM-2

Miller Lil' Rascal

Miller Red Bare-un

Miller WM-2

Mini-Hawk Tiger-Hawk

Osprey Osprey 2

Osprey Osprey I

PDQ Aircraft Products PDQ-2

Pazmany PL-4

Pober Pixie

Rand Robinson KR-1

Rutan VariEze

Shober Willie II

Skipper Scrappy UAC-200

Skyote Aeromarine Skyote

Southern Aeronautical Renegade

Spratt Model 107

St Croix Pietenpol Aerial

Stolp Acroduster

W.A.R. F4U Corsair

W.A.R. Focke-Wulf 190

W.A.R. P-47 Thunderbolt

W.A.R. P-51 Mustang

W.A.R. P40E

Weinberg S.E.5a Replica

Wier RDW-2 Draggin' Fly

Williams W-17 Stinger

Williams-Cangie WC-1 Sundancer

   

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