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  • T-28B "Trojan"

    North American T-28B "Trojan" S/N 137749 Crew:   Two (Instructor and Student) Engine:   One Wright R-1820-86 radial; 1,425 hp Wingspan:   40 ft 7 in Length:   32 ft 6 in Height:   12 ft 7 in Weight:   6,410 lbs empty; 8,038 lbs max Speed:   max: 346 mph; cruise: 230 mph Range:   1,060 miles Service Ceiling:   37,000 ft Armament:   None Cost:  
  • T-33A "Shooting Star"

    Lockheed T-33A-1-LO "Shooting Star" S/N 51-9271 Crew:   Two Engine:   One Allison J-33 turbojet; 5,400 lbs thrust Wingspan:   37 ft 6 in Length:   37 ft 8 in Height:   11 ft 7 in Weight:   15,000 lbs maximum Speed:   max: 525 mph; cruise: 455 mph Range:   1,000 miles Service Ceiling:   45,000 ft Armament:   Two .50 cal. machine guns Cost:  
  • T-37B "Tweet"

    Cessna T-37B-CE "Tweet" S/N 57-2259 Crew:   Two Engines:   Two Continental J69-T-25 turbojets; 1,025 lbs thrust each Wingspan:   33 ft 10 in Length:   29 ft 4 in Height:   9 ft 5 in Weight:   6,575 lbs normal; 6,800 lbs max Speed:   cruise: 350 mph; max: 410 mph Range:   650 miles Service Ceiling:   35,000 ft Armament:   None Cost:   $166,000 This
  • T-38A "Talon"

    Northrop T-38A "Talon" S/N 61-0824 Crew:   Two (Student and Instructor) Engines:   Two General Electric J85-GE-5A turbojets; 3,850 lbs thrust each with afterburner Wingspan:   25 ft 3 in Length:   46 ft 4 1/2 in Height:   12 ft 10 1/2 in Weight:   max: 11,761 lbs; empty: 7,410 lbs Speed:   max: 812 mph; cruise: 578 mph Range:   1,093 miles Service
  • T-39A "Sabreliner"

    North American T-39A-1 "Sabreliner" S/N 61-0674 Crew:   Two Engines:   Two Pratt & Whitney J60-P-3 single-shaft turbojets; 3,000 lbs of thrust each Wingspan:   44 ft 6 in Length:   44 ft 0 in Height:   16 ft 0 in Weight:   18,650 lbs Speed:   max: 538 mph; cruise: 500 mph Range:   1,700 miles Service Ceiling:   42,000 ft Armament:   None Cost:  
  • TECHNICAL ORDERS AND ENGINEERING DRAWINGS

    THE PUBLIC SALES OFFICES LOCATED AT HILL AIR FORCE BASE, UTAH, AND TINKER AIR FORCE BASE, OKLA., MANAGE THE RELEASE OF TECHNICAL ORDERS (TOS) FOR AUTHORIZED DEFENSE INDUSTRY PARTNERS AND IS THE POINT OF CONTACT FOR DATA REQUESTS.1. Requests for TOs to support existing U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) or U.S. government contracts shall be submitted
  • TF34 Turbofan Engine

    General Electric TF34 TurbofanThe General Electric TF34 turbofan engine was originally developed for the US Navy's S-3A Viking surveillance and precision-targeting aircraft. It enables the A-10 Thunderbolt close-air support aircraft to operate from short, remote airfields and withstand frequent exposure to ground fire. The 9,000-pound thrust class
  • Theodore von Karman

    Theodore von Karman (1881-1963)Dr. Theodore von Karman was one of the greatest aeronautical scientists of the 20th century. He was noted for his work in fluid mechanics, but also developed an early version of the helicopter and advised the US Army Air Corps on the use of rocket power to assist airplanes in taking off. He also later studied rocket
  • Thomas Baldwin

    Thomas Scott Baldwin (1854-1923)Tom Baldwin, a former circus trapeze artist, made his first balloon ascent in 1875 and spent the next 10 years performing in balloons at thousands of shows and fairs across the country. To spice up his performance, on January 30, 1885 he made one of the first parachute jumps from a balloon in history. He made many
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