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87 Inch 2200 mm Hybrid Material T-28 Trojan Warbird (Global Warehouse)

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    Specifications:

    Wingspan: 2200mm (87 inch)

    Length: 1650mm

    Engine: 50cc-75cc 

    Flying weight: 9.6kg

    Package include:

    Complete Kit with CF hardware , scale cockpit, dummy engine cover, and 1500 ml fuel tank upgraded

    Optional: Complete tricycle electric retracts. with brake. The retracts is made by the same team for the turbine Jets. Very robust with rubber alloy wheels. 

    Key Features:

    • Detailed moulded fuselage complete with panel detail
    • Large clear canopy
    • Huge 87 inch span gives this aircraft great presence
    • Large radial cowl for easy engine fitment
    • Accurate shape and colour scheme with applied and sealed decals
    • Fixed undercarriage or optional retracts
    • Spray finish using special formula film covering
    • Ideal for 50-70cc engine  

    History:

    T-28 Trojan was a piston-engined military trainer aircraft used by the United States Air Force and USN beginning in the 1950s. Besides its use as a trainer, T-28 was successfully employed as a Counter-insurgency (COIN) aircraft primarily in Vietnam.

    On 24 September 1949, the XT-28 (company designation NA-159) was flown for the first time, designed to replace the T-6 Texan. Found satisfactory, a contract was issued and between 1950 and 1957, a total of 1948 were built. Following the T-28?? withdrawal from U.S military service, a number were remanufactured by Hamilton Aircraft into two versions called the Nomair. The first refurbished machines, designated T-28R-1 were similar to the standard T-28R-2, which transformed the two seat tandem aircraft into a five seat cabin monoplane for general aviation use. In 1963, a Laotian Air Force T-28 piloted by Lieutenant Chert Saibory, a Thai national, defected to North Vietnam. Saibory was immediately imprisoned and his aircraft was impounded. Within

    Six months the T-28 was refurbished and commissioned into the North Vietnamese Air Force as its first fighter aircraft. Later T-28s were supplied to the South Vietnamese Air Force in support of ARVN ground operations, seeing extensive service during the Vietnam War in VNAF hands. The T-28 Trojan was the first US fixed wing attack aircraft lost in South Vietnam, during the War, Capt. Robert L Simpson and Lt Hoa, SVNAF were shot down by ground fire on 28 August 1962 while flying close Air Support (CAS). Neither crewman survived. The USAF lost 23 T-28s to all causes during the war.

     

     




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