Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Former Army T-28 Trojan walk around

The original T-28A built for the USAF as a T-6 replacement had a 800hp engine, but the later T-28B/C for the Navy was significantly more powerful, with a 1,425hp powerplant. this was later retrofitted to some USAF aircraft which became T-28D Nomads. The US Army also operated some Trojans, including this example shown under restoration.
T-28 Trojan overall photo

T-28 cockpit photo
T-28 cockpit area
T-28 engine photo

T-28 tail photo

T-28 Trojan model

North American T-28A Trojan picture
T-28A (actually a JT-28A) Trojan 49-1494 at the National Museum of the US Air Force, hanging in the Cold War Gallery, July 2012

T-28 Bibliography:

Photo: XSN2J-1 prototype.  All Hands May 1947  p.36

"Corry Field Gets T-28B's - Gradual Transition Method Planned"  Naval Aviation News  August 1955  p.38

"Producing the Peerless Pilot"  Naval Aviation News  February 1959.  BTG-5 T-28 carquals aboard USS Antietam.

"T-28 Trojan becomes 'Zero' - used for Battle of Coral Sea (film)"  Naval Aviation News  June 1959.

Photo: "Camera Kits Designed for T-28s" Aviation Week & Space Technology April 6, 1964 p.67

Photo: "North American Displays First Turboprop YAT-28E" AW&ST February 4, 1963 p.27

Photo: "Turboprop YAT-28E Makes First Flight" AW&ST February 25, 1963 p.34

Photo: "North American's YAT-28E Aircraft" AW&ST March 25, 1963 front cover

"YAT-28E Crashes" AW&ST April 1, 1963 p.31

Photo: "YAT-28E Armament Has 12 Weapons Pylons" Aviation Week & Space Technology April 6, 1964 p.93

"YAT-28E production prototype makes first flight"  AW&ST  July 27, 1964  p.78

Photo: T-28C landing on a rounded, banked "runway" (GM test track) during tests. Naval Aviation News March 1965 p.7

Photo: VT-5 T-28 making a touch and go aboard USS LexingtonNaval Aviation News  September 1965  p.35

Photo: T-28C N99141 ex BuNo 140516  Air Pictorial  February 1978  p.77

Photo: T-28A N7491C Air Classics June 1979  p.10

Photo: Philippine Air Force AT-28D  Air International November 1989  p.252

Photo: T-28C BuNo 146289 of the Norfolk and Southern Aviation Museum.  FlyPast January 1998  p.44

"Second T-28 for Duxford" FlyPast June 1998 p.18 Fennec F-AZFV

William Jesse "Working on a Winner"  In depth coverage of the restoration of T-28A N228MC.  FlyPast  January 1999  p.38-41

James P. Church "Ground:One - T-28: Zero" Warbirds International July 2000 p.40-41. Loss of T-28 NX82AW

Photo: T-28A 45-1503 / N7668C  Warbirds International September 2000 p.8

Photo: YAT-28E in storage at Davis-Monthan. Warbirds International November 2000 p.51

Scale Models

"T-28 Triumph"  Gil Hodges  FineScale Modeler  December 2004  Detailing the old Monogram kit

A 1/30th scale indoor flying (rubber power) T-28 is available from Guillows (kit #901)

Airwaves makes a photoetch cockpit detail set for the 1/72 scale Heller T-28 kit

An outstanding history of T-28s in Southeast Asia - includes individual aircraft records.

The Sword 1/72 scale T-28 kit finished as a VT-5 aircraft

A very well illustrated look at building the 1/32 resin T-28 kit from Collectaire

T-28D for FSX

An almost hour long video review of an RC T-28
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