T-6A “Texan II” – Class 16-05
89th & 97th FTS, 80th FTW
Sheppard AFB, TX


T-6A “Texan II” – Class 16-05 from 89th & 97th Flying Training Squadrons, 80th Flying Training Wing based out of Sheppard AFB, TX

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As the primary aircraft in the Joint Primary Aircraft Training System (JPATS), the T-6A “Texan II” has replaced both the US Air Force T-37Bs and the US Navy T-34Cs. A single Pratt & Whitney PT6A-68 free-turbine, turbo-prop engine capable of producing 1,100 horsepower powers the T-6A with a Hartzell four-bladed propeller. The aircraft is capable of speeds in excess of 350 knots, has a pressurized cockpit allowing altitudes of up to 31,000 feet, and has a zero airspeed/zero altitude ejection seat system. The two-seat tandem cockpit is fully aerobatic to include spinning, and is approved for IFR fl ight.

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2" Cherry Wood – (Top of the line), 1″ Cherry Wood, 1.5″ Teak Wood, 1.5″ Black Wood, 0.63″ Black Metal, 0.63″ Contrast Grey Metal, 0.63″ Silver Metal, No Frame


Standard Blue & Orange, Standard Blue & Red, Standard Blue & Yellow, Standard Green & Black, Standard Green & Red, Standard Green & Yellow, Standard Grey & Black, Standard Grey & Blue, Standard Grey & Orange, Standard Grey & Red, Standard Grey & Yellow, No Matte

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