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T-28 “Trojan” Trainer

The US military likes its toys.  Big, fast, high-tech expensive toys.  Fortunately they have learned how to make them last.  The T-28 has been around for over sixty years now and is an essential part of how the US military takes care of its expensive equipment, by making sure the pilots who fly those very expensive aircraft know how to fly them.

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2 Responses to “T-28 “Trojan” Trainer”


  1. April 27, 2010 at 1:23 pm

    Just checked my log books and I flew in the blue T-28 Buro Number 140576 when I was going through naval flight training!!!

    Wayne
    CDR USN(Ret)

  2. 2 Randy Roberts
    April 27, 2010 at 1:55 pm

    Nice. At least I know the difference between a T-28 and a T-6. My dad worked on T-6’s as a US Air Force mechanic.

    Most of these T-28s are stationed at Chicago. They flew up for last years air show which featured them as part of their sixty years of service. This year will feature B-17s and C-47s.


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