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The T-2C "Buckeye", manufactured by North American Aviation, is a two-seat, subsonic trainer powered by two turbojet engines and is used for basic jet training at NAS Pensacola and NAS Meridian and intermediate/advanced naval flight officer training at NAS Pensacola. Distinguishing features include wide-track tricycle landing gear, a straight tapered wing, a dorsal-faired vertical stabilizer, large low-slung intake ducts, a deep-squared engine compartment, and faired twin tailpipes.The aircraft is designed for both land- and carrier-based operations.

Empty Weight
Max Take Off Weight
Max Level Speed
Max Range
Max Rate of Climb
Service Ceiling

Source: U.S. Navy

38' 3"
14' 9"
38' 1"
8,115 lbs
13,191 lbs
530 mph
1,070 statute miles
5,900 ft/min
45,500 ft


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