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Beechcraft T-34B "Mentor"

On Loan from National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL

T34 Mentor Article The DVHAA’s T-34B is Bureau# 143990. The aircraft became the first post-World War II trainer after the Air Force received its first of these aircrafts in 1950. This aircraft arrived at Willow Grove in the mid-1990s and was flown by the Aero Club. The DVHAA acquired the aircraft following the aircraft’s retirement in 1999.

  

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Specifications
Bureau #: 143990
Built: 1965
Crew: 2
Passengers: 0
Retired: 1999
Received:  
Restored by:  
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Length: 25' 11"
Height: 9' 7"
Wingspan: 32' 10"
Weight Empty: 2,055 lbs
Weight Loaded: 2,900 lbs
Powerplant: Continental 0-470-13
Thrust: 225 hp
Max Speed:  
Range: 770 miles
Manufacturer: Beechcraft
Armarment: NA
Ordnance: NA
Ceiling: 20,000 ft
Status: On Display