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Naval Aircraft Factory N3N-3
Fort Lauderdale - Executive (FXE)
USA - Florida, April 16, 1972
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N6398T (cn 2771) 817 examples of this primary trainer design were built by the NAF at Philadelphia from 1936. The c/n quoted by the FAA is actually its Bureau of Aeronautics serial number.
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Naval Aircraft Factory N3N-3
Galveston - Scholes Field International (GLS / KGLS)
USA - Texas, October 22, 2004
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N3NZ / 1974/29 Formerly with the USN as 1974 this N3N is pictured on display at the Lone Star Flight Museum. In the background is N81Y, the LSFM's gorgeous Beech AT-11 Kansan in Cuban markings.
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Naval Aircraft Factory N3N-3
Pensacola - NAS / Forrest Sherman Field (NPA / KNPA)
USA - Florida, June 2, 2013
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2693 This floatplane version of the N3N-3 trainer was given the nickname of 'Yellow Peril' by the trainee Naval pilots. This particular airfame (the BuNo is not original to it) has the distinction of being the first aircraft to be accepted into the National Naval Aviation Museum's permanent collection.
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