|Country of Origin||USA.|
|Similar Aircraft||Galeb-Jastreb, M.B.326, M.B.339, Hawk.|
|Role||Light-attack, forward air control, reconnaissance, observation.|
|Armament||Bombs, rockets, gun pods, minigun.|
|Dimensions||Length: 29 ft, 3 in (8.94 m). Span: 33 ft, 9 in (10.32 m).|
A-37 Dragonfly WEFT Description
|Wings||Mid-mounted, straight leading edge, and slight forward taper in the trailing edge with square tips (generally fuel tanks).|
|Engine(s)||Two turbojets mounted internally. Small semicircular air intakes and round exhausts are located in the wing roots.|
|Fuselage||Flattened, oval front section tapered to the rear. Bubble canopy.|
|Tail||Flats mid- to low-mounted on the fin, equally tapered with blunt tips. Fin is tapered with a blunt tip and a small fairing in the leading edge.|
Countries which Fly the A-37 Dragonfly
Chile, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Panama, Peru, South Korea, Thailand, Uruguay, United States of America, Vietnam.
Books on the A-37 Dragonfly
A-37/T-37 Dragonfly in Action (Aircraft ; No. 114)
An excellent and informative booklet on the T-37 and A-37 series of trainer and COIN aircraft. Shows many different color schemes and lists all variants. Highly recommended.