The T-28 Trojan first flew in September 1949, and the type stayed in U.S. service for more than 30 years.
Powered by a Wright R-1300 radial engine in Air Force service as the T-28A, and a more powerful Wright R-1820 radial in Navy service, the T-28B, the Trojan entered service in 1950.
Designed to replace the aging T-6 Texans, the powerful performance of the T-28 made useful as a ground attack and counter-insurgency aircraft.
The T-28 Trojan was phased out of U.S. Air Force training by the early 1960s, but it continued in Navy use until 1984, when it was replaced by the T-34C Turbo Mentor.
This handcrafted model is painted in the same paint scheme as the original and is painstakingly built from Philippine mahogany by our skilled craftsmen.
This is the perfect as a gift for any aviation enthusiast and history buff!
T-28A Trojan USAF Training, Ground Attack and Counter Insurgency Aircraft