A WALK DOWN MEMORY LANE
We can almost hear the unmistakable roar of the large Pratt & Whitney radial engine of the most famous trainer to come out of World War II – the T-6 Texan, or SNJ as the Navy calls it. Designed by North American Aviation, Inc., and first flown in 1938, the “Texan” quickly became became known as the “pilot maker” due to its vital role in preparing pilots for combat. Over 15,000 T-6 variants were built, yet only 400 remain in the U.S. and today the T-6 Texan is a popular choice for warbird drivers and a favorite amongst airshow fans.
Be sure not to miss John Collver and his T-6 Texan, War Dog at the Huntington Beach Airshow October 21-23rd!
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