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Photo ID: 2476838
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North American T-2A Buckeye
Tucson - Davis-Monthan AFB (Municipal) (DMA / KDMA)
USA - Arizona, April 22, 1971
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147489 / 2M-205 (cn 253-80) Early production T2J-1 Buckeye, designated T-2A from 1962. Wears the 2M code of VT-9 Basic Training Squadron.
R.A.Scholefield
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Photo ID: 2399200
Views: 487
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North American T-2A Buckeye
Chino (CNO)
USA - California, July 24, 2013
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147474 / 2K-123 (cn 253-65) This paint scheme on T-2 is showing the effect of being stored outside at the Planes of Fame museum at Chino.
Alastair T. Gardiner - WorldAirImages
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Photo ID: 0585564
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North American T-2A Buckeye
Off-Airport - Meridian
USA - Mississippi, April 18, 2004
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147516 / A-101 (cn 253-107) I looked all over to find a code for this aircraft. Seen here in Meridian Ms. (Minolta Dimage 7i)
Paul Robbins - Nashville Aviation Photographers
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Photo ID: 0432550
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North American T-2A Buckeye
Chino (CNO)
USA - California, September 14, 2003
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147474 / 2K-123 (cn 253-65) T-2A "Buckeye", an all purpose jet trainer built in the late 1950's. "Out back" at the Planes of Fame Museum.
Jerry Search
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Photo ID: 0290633
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North American T-2A Buckeye
Meridian - NAS (McCain Field) (NMM / KNMM)
USA - Mississippi, 1967
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147522 / 2K-164 (cn 253-113) They were funny looking, old, slow and often dirty but back in the Viet Nam era, we trained all the Naval (jet) Aviators with them.
Richard O. Finley
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Photo ID: 0282794
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North American T-2A Buckeye
Meridian - NAS (McCain Field) (NMM / KNMM)
USA - Mississippi, 1967
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147441 / 2K-06 (cn 253-32) You can watch all the NFL Football you want - you will never see a touchdown like this. A Naval Aviation student completes a formation hop.
Richard O. Finley
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Photo ID: 0282793
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North American T-2A Buckeye
Meridian - NAS (McCain Field) (NMM / KNMM)
USA - Mississippi, April 1967
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147522 / 2K-164 (cn 253-113) VT-7 afternoon operations. Plane captain moving into position to guide pilot. VT-9 line in the distance. Row ahead already gone in afternoon launch. Yellow vehicle is a start-cart. T-2A had no starter - used air-impingement start system (jet version of hand-propping). Top ten percent of primary class graduates were sent to Meridian for jet transition. Maybe a future Top Gun taxiing there.
Richard O. Finley
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Photo ID: 0277772
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Meridian - NAS (McCain Field) (NMM / KNMM)
USA - Mississippi, 1967
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147441 / 2K-106 (cn 253-32) First T-2A in airliners.net database. Showing feature that defines a T-2A - a single tailpipe. Powered by single Westinghouse J34-WE-48. John McCain (now Senator McCain) was in VT-7 - likely flew this bird. NAAS Meridian is McCain field - named after John McCain's grandfather. Quality of photo not great - 35 year old badly damaged slide after extensive restoration.
Richard O. Finley
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