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North American Trojan (N745W)

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rwb2112
Super shot!!
serge LOTH
Nice T28... and picture of course
gary messinetti
Nice shot! I went through VT5 in '68 and I'll bet if I check my log book I might find that I flew that exact aircraft.
jthyland
C model. Tailhook and short bladed prop.

Gary: I flew a 140510 in 1971. Close.
William Medlin
I had to check my logbook to see is I had flown that BUNO T28-C. Nope be a couple very close
David Simpson
My father was on the Lexington in the early 60's when she replaced th Antietam as the Training Carrier in Pensacola
Stefan Sobol
And of course, there's always somebody playing with his phone.
fholbert
Hang up the phone and drive!
chalet
Can you fellows who seem to be very familiar with this beautiful training aircrat, tell why is it that even a squadron of say 16 T-28s (Wright R-1820) cannot match the strong, gutural low frequency rumble of a single B-17 whose sound is one of the nicest among radial engines. Don't recent but the T-28s sound is too light or even weak.
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