By Robert F. Dorr
An album of the A-6 Intruder and its prowler editions. The airplane, possibly such a lot particularly deployed within the Vietnam clash, replaced the nature of carrier-borne aviation by way of supplying its commanders bombing power the place earlier than purely strike and fighter airplane may be used.
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The Californians, attached to General Carleton’s command, had arrived from California to meet the Confederate threat. During the post’s operations under the Californians, there was conﬂict with the Indians. On one such occasion, a contingent of the 1st California Cavalry and the 14th Infantry engaged a band of Indians during December 1866. Also, at the time there were no Protestant denominations in Arizona, but the Catholic missionaries were active. Priests and St. Joseph nuns were preparing to build a schoolhouse near Tucson.
Later, during 1879, the Indian agent at San Carlos resigned. S. 24 6th Cavalry. During 1881, troops were again sent to garrison San Carlos and during the following year the post at San Carlos was garrisoned by several companies of Indian scouts. At the time, Captain Emmett Crawford was the acting Indian agent there. The post was afterward also garrisoned by various units of cavalry. During 1888, subsequent to the major confrontations with the Apaches, the post remained active against renegades.
During June of the same year, the station was destroyed by ﬁre.
A-6 Intruder: Carrier-Borne Bomber by Robert F. Dorr