North American T-28 Trojan

The T-28 Trojan was built as a replacement to the well-known AT-6 Texan. The Air Force were the first to purchase them. Before long, the Navy and Marine Corps also established interest in these great trainers. Different models would follow with bigger engines in the B model on up. The C model offered an arresting hook for carrier landings. The D model added underwing hard-points to be able to hang a variety of weapons. The D models were used in Southeast Asia for counter-insurgency missions. The French also ordered a number of T-28s and called them the Fennec.

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