- Code Number:
42-805, AT-6B Texan
- CN: 41-17372
Manufactured by North American Aviation, Dallas TX and received by the USAAF on 27 May 1942.
May 1942 --To AAF Single-Engine Flying Training School (Air Training Command), Luke AAF AZ
Apr 1944 --To 3026th AAF Base Unit (Single-Engine Advanced Pilot School, ATC), Mercer AAF CA
Jun 1944 -- To 3008th AAF Base Unit (Technical School, ATC), Minter AAF CA
Oct 1945 -- To Ontario CA and disposed as surplus
Cost: $27,000 each
Wingspan: 42 feet 0 in.
Length: 29 feet 0 in
Height: 11 feet 8 in.
Wing Area: 253.7 sq. feet
Weight: empty: 4,158 lb, loaded max. 5,617 lb
Speed: Cruise-145 mph.; Max-208 mph. @ 5,000 feet
Service Ceiling: 24,200 feet
Range: 730 miles
Engine: 1x Pratt & Whitney R-1340 Wasp radial (600 h.p.)
Fuel: 110 gal.
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