The A-20 has always been overshadowed by her better known brothers, the B-25 and B-26. Although nearly 7,500 were built and they were used by the USAAF, the Russians and the RAF in the attack and light bomber roles, she just never got her share of glory. Still, on June 6, 1944, there she was, down in the dirt going after tanks, trains and convoys behind the line. When going through the Air Age archives, we stumbled upon a magnificent four-plate set on the A-20 by famed artist Willis Nye. These give far more detail than anyone is used to seeing on three-view drawing, which includes a lot of how-they-were built trivia along with internal details.