North American AT-6 Texan


The Texan was built as both an inexpensive export fighter as well as a trainer, and several of them have seen combat in various countries you would probably have to look up on a map. It also trained a lot of pilots, and was the master of disguises: while the Air Force called it the AT-6, the Navy knew it as the SNJ and RAF referred to it as the Harvard. Some Texans even went on to a successful movie career after the war, impersonating Japanese Zeroes.

Cool stuff for T-6 lovers:

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