Beech AT-10 Wichita Twin Engine trainer

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  1. daveT

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    Attached is an article I wrote about the Aircraft of Columbus Army twin engine Flying School in 1942-45
    the Beech AT-10 Wichita
    -Following primary and basic flight training, Aviation Cadets trained on the Beech AT-10 twin-engine advanced trainer aircraft to bridge the gap between single-engine trainers and twin-engine combat aircraft.
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    View attachment AT-10 CAAF STORY.pdf
     
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    Interesting article about an interesting and relatively unsung aeroplane. Looking forward to your article on the Hudson at the same field.
     
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    Too bad they weren't built out of aluminum-there would still be a bunch flying today!
     
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