57 items in this album on 3 pages.

WAVES Aviation MachinistWASP pilot Nancy Nesbit seated in the cockpit of an AT-6 Texan at Love Field, Dallas, Texas, United States, 1944Eight WASP pilots in front of a North American AT-6 Texan 3 days before the WASPs were disbanded, Waco Army Airfield, Texas, United States, Nov 27, 1944. Photo 1 of 2.Eight WASP pilots in front of a North American AT-6 Texan 3 days before the WASPs were disbanded, Waco Army Airfield, Texas, United States, Nov 27, 1944. Photo 2 of 2.
WAVES Aviation Machinist's Mates working on a SNJ training aircraft, Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Florida, United States, 5 Mar 1944WASP pilot Nancy Nesbit seated in the cockpit of an AT-6 Texan at Love Field, Dallas, Texas, United States, 1944Eight WASP pilots in front of a North American AT-6 Texan 3 days before the WASPs were disbanded, Waco Army Airfield, Texas, United States, Nov 27, 1944. Photo 1 of 2.Eight WASP pilots in front of a North American AT-6 Texan 3 days before the WASPs were disbanded, Waco Army Airfield, Texas, United States, Nov 27, 1944. Photo 2 of 2.
An SNJ Texan readies for launch from the training aircraft carrier USS Sable on Lake Michigan, United States, 1945.SNJ-5C Texan aircraft aboard USS Sable, Lake Michigan, United States, 1945War weary aircraft at the Wheeler Field graveyard (Waieli Gulch airstrip), Oahu, Hawaii, 4 Apr 1945. Photo 1 of 2.War weary aircraft at the Wheeler Field graveyard (Waieli Gulch airstrip), Oahu, Hawaii, 4 Apr 1945. Photo 2 of 2.
An SNJ Texan readies for launch from the training aircraft carrier USS Sable on Lake Michigan, United States, 1945.SNJ-5C Texan aircraft aboard USS Sable, Lake Michigan, United States, 1945War weary aircraft at the Wheeler Field graveyard (Waieli Gulch airstrip), Oahu, Hawaii, 4 Apr 1945. Photo 1 of 2.War weary aircraft at the Wheeler Field graveyard (Waieli Gulch airstrip), Oahu, Hawaii, 4 Apr 1945. Photo 2 of 2.
An SNJ-5C Texan making a carrier qualification landing aboard the Light Carrier USS Saipan, circa 1946.RAdm Gerald Bogan and Commodore A. Burke, Naval Air Station Norfolk, Virginia, United States, summer 1946; note wing of R5D Skymaster aircraft and TBF Avenger, SNJ, and SB2C Helldiver in backgroundNew Jersey National Guard T-6 Texan aircraft in flight in the United States, post-warRepublic of China AT-6 aircraft in flight, date unknown
An SNJ-5C Texan making a carrier qualification landing aboard the Light Carrier USS Saipan, circa 1946.RAdm Gerald Bogan and Commodore A. Burke, Naval Air Station Norfolk, Virginia, United States, summer 1946; note wing of R5D Skymaster aircraft and TBF Avenger, SNJ, and SB2C Helldiver in backgroundNew Jersey National Guard T-6 Texan aircraft in flight in the United States, post-warRepublic of China AT-6 aircraft in flight, date unknown
T-6G Texan in flight, circa 1950FH-1 Phantom, F4U Corsair, and SNJ Texan aircraft in flight, Minnesota, United States, 1951; seen in Oct 1951 issue of US Navy publication Naval Aviation NewsSNJ-5C Texans making carrier landings aboard Light Carrier USS Monterey as part of carrier qualifications, 1953.RNZAF Harvard aircraft at Onerahi Aerodrome, Near Whangarei, New Zealand, 1961
T-6G Texan in flight, circa 1950FH-1 Phantom, F4U Corsair, and SNJ Texan aircraft in flight, Minnesota, United States, 1951; seen in Oct 1951 issue of US Navy publication Naval Aviation NewsSNJ-5C Texans making carrier landings aboard Light Carrier USS Monterey as part of carrier qualifications, 1953.RNZAF Harvard aircraft at Onerahi Aerodrome, Near Whangarei, New Zealand, 1961
T-6 Texan trainer in flight, Reading Regional Airport, Pennsylvania, United States, 3 Jun 2018
T-6 Texan trainer in flight, Reading Regional Airport, Pennsylvania, United States, 3 Jun 2018

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