The T-28 was first introduced in the 1950s and served until the 1980s with the Naval Air Training Command. They were also used during the Vietnam War.
The T-28 had the power, look, and feel of early WWII fighters, as well as being powerful and predictable - all attributes the Navy relies on in its trainers.
Crew: Instructor and Student
Power Plant: One 1,425 horsepower Wright R-1820-86 engine
Height: 12ft 8in
Wingspan: 40ft, 1in
Max. Speed: 343 mph
Range: 1,060 miles