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Secondary training aircraft at Naval Air Station at Corpus Christi, Texas, 1940. Foreground: Vultee SNV-1 Valiant; Background: Beech SNB-1 Kansan and two North American Texans, one Navy SNJ and one Army AT-6Navy SNJ-1 and NJ-1, early variants of the North American Texan, lined up at NAS Pensacola, Florida, United States, 1941.Drayton uderway at sea, off the west coast of the United States, circa Oct 1941; note starboard wing of US Navy SNJ aircraft from which the photo was takenUS Army Air Force pilot Captain Benjamin Oliver Davis, Jr. climbing into a Vultee AT-6 Texan aircraft, Tuskegee, Alabama, United States, Jan 1942
Secondary training aircraft at Naval Air Station at Corpus Christi, Texas, 1940. Foreground: Vultee SNV-1 Valiant; Background: Beech SNB-1 Kansan and two North American Texans, one Navy SNJ and one Army AT-6Navy SNJ-1 and NJ-1, early variants of the North American Texan, lined up at NAS Pensacola, Florida, United States, 1941.Drayton uderway at sea, off the west coast of the United States, circa Oct 1941; note starboard wing of US Navy SNJ aircraft from which the photo was takenUS Army Air Force pilot Captain Benjamin Oliver Davis, Jr. climbing into a Vultee AT-6 Texan aircraft, Tuskegee, Alabama, United States, Jan 1942
Aircraft transport ship USS Kitty Hawk at Berth F-1, Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, Mar 1942. Note AT-6 Texans and J2F Ducks on top deck with wings removed and trucks on lower deck.US Navy SNJ Texan training aircraft making a low level pass near a three-masted sailing ship, probably along the east coast of the United States, 1942North American SNJ-4 Texan advanced trainers lined up at the Naval Air Station at Corpus Christi, Texas, United States, July 1942.SNJ-3 Texan training aircraft tied to the flight deck aboard the training aircraft carrier USS Wolverine on Lake Michigan, United States, 1942.
Aircraft transport ship USS Kitty Hawk at Berth F-1, Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, Mar 1942. Note AT-6 Texans and J2F Ducks on top deck with wings removed and trucks on lower deck.US Navy SNJ Texan training aircraft making a low level pass near a three-masted sailing ship, probably along the east coast of the United States, 1942North American SNJ-4 Texan advanced trainers lined up at the Naval Air Station at Corpus Christi, Texas, United States, July 1942.SNJ-3 Texan training aircraft tied to the flight deck aboard the training aircraft carrier USS Wolverine on Lake Michigan, United States, 1942.
Mechanics check the engine of a SNJ at Kingsville Field, Corpus Christi, Texas, Nov 1942An SNJ Texan, an F4F Wildcat, and a TBF-1 Avenger tied down on the flight deck of the training aircraft carrier USS Wolverine on Lake Michigan, United States, 1943.An SNJ-3C Texan noses over aboard the training aircraft carrier USS Wolverine on Lake Michigan, United States, 1943.An SNJ-3C Texan noses over just before reaching the edge of the flight deck aboard the training aircraft carrier USS Wolverine on Lake Michigan, United States, 1943.
Mechanics check the engine of a SNJ at Kingsville Field, Corpus Christi, Texas, Nov 1942An SNJ Texan, an F4F Wildcat, and a TBF-1 Avenger tied down on the flight deck of the training aircraft carrier USS Wolverine on Lake Michigan, United States, 1943.An SNJ-3C Texan noses over aboard the training aircraft carrier USS Wolverine on Lake Michigan, United States, 1943.An SNJ-3C Texan noses over just before reaching the edge of the flight deck aboard the training aircraft carrier USS Wolverine on Lake Michigan, United States, 1943.
The absence of an extended tailhook as this SNJ-3 Texan passes over the arresting wires suggests a touch-and-go aboard the training aircraft carrier USS Wolverine on Lake Michigan, United States, 1943.WAVES aircraft mechanics working on a SNJ aircraft, Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Whiting Field, Pensacola, Florida, United States, circa 1943-1945; note Pratt & Whitney R-1340 Wasp radial engineAutographed copy of a posed photo of WAFS pilot Florene Watson with an AT-6 Texan, Love Field, Dallas, Texas, United States, Feb 1943North American SNJ-4 Texan advanced trainer in flight over Naval Air Station at Corpus Christi, Texas, United States, Mar 1943
The absence of an extended tailhook as this SNJ-3 Texan passes over the arresting wires suggests a touch-and-go aboard the training aircraft carrier USS Wolverine on Lake Michigan, United States, 1943.WAVES aircraft mechanics working on a SNJ aircraft, Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Whiting Field, Pensacola, Florida, United States, circa 1943-1945; note Pratt & Whitney R-1340 Wasp radial engineAutographed copy of a posed photo of WAFS pilot Florene Watson with an AT-6 Texan, Love Field, Dallas, Texas, United States, Feb 1943North American SNJ-4 Texan advanced trainer in flight over Naval Air Station at Corpus Christi, Texas, United States, Mar 1943
The Deck Officer gives an SNJ-3C Texan the go-ahead to launch from the training aircraft carrier USS Wolverine on Lake Michigan, United States, 26 Apr 1943.One SNJ Texan has just landed on USS Sable on Lake Michigan, United States as another goes around for another pass, 1943.SNJ Texan aircraft having just landed on USS Sable, Lake Michigan, United States, 10 Jun 1943SNJ-4C Advanced Trainer on final landing approach aboard USS Bunker Hill, 21 Jun 1943 off Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Note extended flaps and tail hook.
The Deck Officer gives an SNJ-3C Texan the go-ahead to launch from the training aircraft carrier USS Wolverine on Lake Michigan, United States, 26 Apr 1943.One SNJ Texan has just landed on USS Sable on Lake Michigan, United States as another goes around for another pass, 1943.SNJ Texan aircraft having just landed on USS Sable, Lake Michigan, United States, 10 Jun 1943SNJ-4C Advanced Trainer on final landing approach aboard USS Bunker Hill, 21 Jun 1943 off Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Note extended flaps and tail hook.

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