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North American T-28 Trojan


Two-Seat Basic Trainer Aircraft


Despite its trainer origins, the single-engine twin-seat North American T-28 Trojan was successfully used as a combat platform for a time.
Authored By: Staff Writer | Edited: 8/4/2016
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Specifications


Year: 1949
Manufacturer(s): North American Aviation - USA
Production: 2,232
Crew: 2
Length: 33.01 ft (10.06 m)
Width: 40.09 ft (12.22 m)
Height: 12.66 ft (3.86 m)
Weight (Empty): 6,424 lb (2,914 kg)
Weight (MTOW): 8,501 lb (3,856 kg)
Power: 1 x Wright R-1820-86 Cyclone radial piston engine developing 1,425 horsepower.
Speed: 343 mph (552 kph; 298 kts)
Ceiling: 35,499 feet (10,820 m; 6.72 miles)
Range: 1,059 miles (1,705 km; 921 nm)
Rate-of-Climb: 4,000 ft/min (1,219 m/min)
Operators: Argentina; Bolivia; Brazil; Republic of the Congo; Cuba; Dominican Republic; Ecuador; Ethiopia; France; Honduras; Japan; Laos; Mexico; Morocco; Nicaragua; Philippines; South Korea; Saudi Arabia; South Vietnam; Tunisia; Taiwan; Thailand; United States; Uruguay; Vietnam; Zaire






Armament



OPTIONAL:
Conventional bombs, rockets, machine gun pods (7.62mm or 12.7mm calibers), 20mm cannon pods or napalm as required across two or six underwing pylons.

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Variants / Models



• XT-28 - Prototype; 2 examples produced.
• T-28A - USAF Trainer; fitted with Wright R-1300-7 radial piston engine of 800 horsepower; 1,194 examples produced.
• T-28B - US Navy Trainer; fitted with Wright R-1820-9 radial piston engine of 1,425 horsepower; 489 examples produced.
• T-28C - US Navy Trainer; based on T-28B production models; smaller radius propeller blade; tailhook implemented for carrier landings; 266 examples produced.
• T-28D "Nomad" - T-28A production models converted to counter-insurgency role; fitting engines of the B- and C-models; six underwing hardpoints for external store; 393 A-models converted as such.
• AT-28D - USAF attack trainer variant.
• Fennec - USAF T-28A conversion models for France; conversion handled by Sud-Aviation.
• T-28R-1 "Nomair" - USAF T-28 conversion models for Brazilian Navy.
• T-28R-2 "Nomair" - USAF T-28 conversion models for civilian use.
• Nomad Mark I - Civilian USAF T-28A conversion models; fitted with Wright R-1820-56S powerplant.
• Nomad Mark II - Civilian USAF T-28A conversion models; fitted with Wright R-1820-76A powerplant.
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