Title: North American T28 Trojan. The T28 was designed as a replacement for the T6 primary trainer and first flew in 1949 as North american t-28 flight manual performance T28A with an 800 hp R1300 engine.
Part No. : NAVAIR 0160FGB1 Flight Manual: 15 May 66; Revised 1 Oct 68 Flight manual for the North American Aviation T28B, T28C Trojan. Includes the complete performance appendix. North American Aviation T28 B C Aircraft Flight Manual NAVAIR 0160FGB1, 1966; Disclaimer: This item is sold for historical and reference Only. These are either ORIGINAL or COPIES of manuals and blueprints used when these aircraft were in active duty, now transferred into electronic format.
NORTH AMERICAN AVIATION T28D TROJAN Introduction Congratulations on your purchase and welcome to the wonderful world of the T28D. The T28D is a variation of the North American Aviation T28 aircraft. The Original T28A was first Performance Data: Information about the aircraft's performance.
The T28D is a variation of the North American Aviation T28 aircraft. The Original T28A was first used in 1948 by the U. S. Air Force as primary trainer but it was only used in this role for less than a PROFILE: North American T28 Trojan AIRCRAFT DESCRIPTION Known as the producer of the finest military aircraft of the World War II era, North Designed as a replacement for the T6 Texan, North American's T28 Trojan first flew in 1949 and remained in production until 1957.
The T28A was initially adopted as primary trainer by the U. S. Air Force, but it served in this capacity for less than a decade. This page details the development and operational history of the North American T28 Trojan TwoSeat Basic Trainer Aircraft including technical specifications and pictures.
Norman Crocker's T28 Site Information about the T28 in Vietnam. North American Trainer Association Owneroperator organization. Parkzone T28 Trojan BNF A greatflying radiocontrolled model of the T28. The North American Aviation T28 Trojan is a pistonengined military trainer aircraft used by the United States Air Force and United States Navy beginning in the 1950s. Besides its use as a trainer, the T28 was successfully employed as a counterinsurgency aircraft, primarily during the Vietnam War.