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Do you have any interesting details or stories of this particular aircraft or aircraft type? Did you fly or maintain it during its active service? We are trying to build a database of information on all the aircraft that have passed through AMARC to provide our visitors with another perspective of these fine aircraft. If you can help please fill the boxes below with your details and any information you can provide us with.

 

 

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#3 John Franklin johnjoy@bellsouth.net  2006-02-06 00:00
160282 is Mfg s/n GL 18, it when through flight test at the factory during the second week of January 1977.
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#2 Lon Allen wallen7@tampabay.rr.com  2005-10-10 00:00
When the Navy phased out the T-28 Trojan as their primary fixed-wing trainers at NAS Corpus Christi, I was an employee of Beech Aerospace Services Inc (BASI) at NAS Corpus Christi. When the Beech T-34Cs were arriving to replace the T-28, I was part of the aircraft acceptance team to perform Acceptance Inspections on the arriving T-34s. I had to inspect the Avionics and instrumentation on every aircraft that arrived. This would have been one of the many T-34Cs that arrived that I would have had the opportunity inspect. The original paint scheme had only the vertical surface painted orange. The Navy chose to paint the entire tail area orange on both the T-34C and the T-44A aircraft when the original paint scheme was deemed to not have a high enough visibility and several near-miss and an inflight collisions occurred. I worked on these aircraft from when they arrived until mid 1990.
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#1 LT Curt Bourn keydet96@gmail.com  2005-09-04 00:00
It's crazy to see these pictures and go through my logbook and discover that I've flown some of these airplanes many times and as recently as a few months ago. It turns out that I have flown 160282 a total of seven times. Twice, it was as a student (to include my first safe-for-solo check) and 5 times as an instructor, with the most recent being early November '04.
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