Air International 1985-10
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D.Brown - Home of the Right Stuff
Aircraft currently in the fleet of the USAF Test Pilot School include (clockwise from left) the variable stability Learjet 23, Cessna A-37, McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom, de Havilland U-6 Beaver, Boeing KC-135, de Havilland UV-18 Twin Otter, Vought A-7, Northrop T-38A and Lockheed NT-33A.
The Lockheed NF-104 Starfighter "door guardian".
Aircraft currently in the fleet of the USAF Test Pilot School include (clockwise from left) the variable stability Learjet 23, Cessna A-37, McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom, de Havilland U-6 Beaver, Boeing KC-135, de Havilland UV-18 Twin Otter, Vought A-7, Northrop T-38A and Lockheed NT-33A.
Aircraft currently in the fleet of the USAF Test Pilot School include (clockwise from left) the variable stability Learjet 23, Cessna A-37, McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom, de Havilland U-6 Beaver, Boeing KC-135, de Havilland UV-18 Twin Otter, Vought A-7, Northrop T-38A and Lockheed NT-33A.
The Lockheed NT-33A, operated for the School by Calspan, has variable stability.
Aircraft currently in the fleet of the USAF Test Pilot School include (clockwise from left) the variable stability Learjet 23, Cessna A-37, McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom, de Havilland U-6 Beaver, Boeing KC-135, de Havilland UV-18 Twin Otter, Vought A-7, Northrop T-38A and Lockheed NT-33A.
The Cessna T-37A is used to give spinning training and weapon-delivery sorties.
Aircraft currently in the fleet of the USAF Test Pilot School include (clockwise from left) the variable stability Learjet 23, Cessna A-37, McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom, de Havilland U-6 Beaver, Boeing KC-135, de Havilland UV-18 Twin Otter, Vought A-7, Northrop T-38A and Lockheed NT-33A.
Aircraft currently in the fleet of the USAF Test Pilot School include (clockwise from left) the variable stability Learjet 23, Cessna A-37, McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom, de Havilland U-6 Beaver, Boeing KC-135, de Havilland UV-18 Twin Otter, Vought A-7, Northrop T-38A and Lockheed NT-33A.
Students of the USAF Test Pilot School formate in Northrop T-38A Talon trainers of the type used to give experience on handling techniques with which test pilots must he familiar.
Northrop T-38 As on the ramp at Edwards AFB.
Aircraft currently in the fleet of the USAF Test Pilot School include (clockwise from left) the variable stability Learjet 23, Cessna A-37, McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom, de Havilland U-6 Beaver, Boeing KC-135, de Havilland UV-18 Twin Otter, Vought A-7, Northrop T-38A and Lockheed NT-33A.
Aircraft currently in the fleet of the USAF Test Pilot School include (clockwise from left) the variable stability Learjet 23, Cessna A-37, McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom, de Havilland U-6 Beaver, Boeing KC-135, de Havilland UV-18 Twin Otter, Vought A-7, Northrop T-38A and Lockheed NT-33A.
The first Calspan variable-stability Learjet flies over the Navy Test Pilot School. The Calspan Learjet 23 is used to demonstrate the effect of changing damping ratios, dutch roll and other characteristics.
Aircraft currently in the fleet of the USAF Test Pilot School include (clockwise from left) the variable stability Learjet 23, Cessna A-37, McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom, de Havilland U-6 Beaver, Boeing KC-135, de Havilland UV-18 Twin Otter, Vought A-7, Northrop T-38A and Lockheed NT-33A.
F-4E Phantoms on the Edwards AFB ramp.