The OV-1 was designed to meet a joint Marine Corps-Army requirement for a short-takeoff-and-landing battlefield surveillance aircraft. It was intended to operate close to the front lines in support of unit commanders… The first version, designated OV-1A, was configured to provide a platform for photographic and visual reconnaissance. Later versions were fitted with Side Looking Airborne Radar (SLAR). It was used by the US Army from 1959 to 1996, while the Argentine Army Aviation used it from the 1990s to 2015. It was mainly used for battlefield surveillance and intelligence gathering.
This chart is 285×235 with 99 colors. It has had the background removed, so you can also highlight a beautiful fabric as if it’s flying straight in the sky.