T-6B “Texan II”
VT-2, TAW-5
NAS Whiting Field, FL


T-6B “Texan II” from Training Squadron TWO (VT-2), Training Air Wing FIVE (TAW-5) based out of NAS Whiting Field, FL

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The T-6B “Texan II” is a single-engine, tandem seat, pressurized, low-wing training aircraft manufactured by Hawker Beechcraft Corporation in Wichita, Kansas. The aircraft is powered by a Pratt and Whitney PT6A-68 free-turbine turboprop engine, flat rated to produce 1100 shaft horsepower. The aircraft has a Hartzell four-bladed propeller and uses electrically controlled, hydraulically operated retractable tricycle-type landing gear. Each cockpit is equipped with a Martin Baker ejection seat. The aircraft basic empty weight is approximately 5040 pounds with a maximum takeoff gross weight of 6900 pounds. The T-6B is fully aerobatic, rated to +7.0 to -3.5Gs, with a service ceiling of approximately 31,000 feet MSL and a maximum speed of 316 KIAS.

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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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