The last 35 aircraft on the original BT2D-1 order (BuNos 09352 to 09386) were built as AD-1Q two-seat electronic
countermeasures aircraft. The ECM operator's
station was installed inside the fuselage to the rear of the cockpit, and he entered his station via a door in the port side
of the fuselage. An AN/APS-4 radar pod was installed underneath the starboard wing, and a MX-346/A chaff
dispenser pod was installed underneath the port wing. The plane was equipped with an AN/APR-1 search
receiver, AN/APA-1ll pulse analyzer and an AN/APA-38 panoramic adapter. There was a distinctive ECM blister on the lower rear fuselage, fed by an
airscoop aft of the radio antenna, as well as several other bulges and antennae.
Engine: One 2500 hp Wright R-3350-24W Duplex Cyclone 18-cylinder air-cooled radial engine. Performance: Maximum speed 345 mph at 18,300 feet, 24,500 feet service ceiling, Maximum range 1250 nautical miles Weights: 10,970 pounds empty, 17,000 pounds normal loaded, 18,900 pounds maximum. Dimensions: Wingspan 50 feet 0 1/4 inches, length 38 feet 2 inches, height 12 feet, wing area 400.33 square feet. Armament: Two 20-mm cannon in the wing.
09352/09386 Douglas AD-1Q Skyraider c/n 2180/2214