Die North American NA-16 und Ihre Varianten

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NAA Charge Number NAA Model or Designation Customer Engine Installed Number built / Modified Notes
NA-16 NA-16 (564) USAAC (trials) (564) Wright R-975-E3 Whirlwind (420 hp) (564) 1 (564)
NA-16 Prototyp
NA-16 Prototyp

Prototype NX-2080, was open cockpit, received greenhouse canopy for trials (564). 1st flight on April 1st, 1935(565)
NA-18 NA-18 (564) USAAC (trials), 1937 to Argentina (564) Wright R-975-E3 Whirlwind (420 hp) (564) 1 (modified) (564)
NA-18
NA-18

Ex-NA-16, won against Seversky BT-8 and Curtiss-Wright CW-19R, to Argentina in 1937 (564), designated BT-9 by the US Army, but NAA assigned his name to the production batch with the company code NA-19(565)
NA-19 BT-9 / NA-19 (564) USAAC (564) Wright R-975-7 Whirlwind (400 hp) (564)(565) 42 (564) Minor changes from NA-18, new canopy (564). 1st flight April 15th, 1936(565)
NA-19A BT-9A / NA-19A (564) USAAC (564) Wright R-975-7 Whirlwind (400 hp) (564) 40 (564)
BT-9A (?)
BT-9A (?)
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Armed BT-9 with one cowl gun and one rear flexible gun, and suitably modified canopy. (564), quickly folllow-on order of BT-9(565)
NA-20 NA-16-2H (564) Honduras (FAH) trials (564) Wright R-975 Whirlwind (Unknown sub-type) (564) 1 (564) NC16025 originally intended as demonstrator for China (564)
NA-22 NA-22 (564) USAAC (rejected) (564) Wright R-760ET (J-6-7) (225 hp) (564) 1 (564) Dangerously underpowered (564)
NA-23 BT-9B / NA-23 (564) USAAC (564) Wright R-975-7 Whirlwind (400 hp) (564) 117 (564) Unarmed. 1 modified as sole BT-9D as BT-14 prototype with new outer wings and other alterations. (564)
BT-9B: 117 ordered 1937 with fixed rear canopy, without armament(565).
NA-26 BC-1 (564) Canada (RCAF) trials (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340-S3H1 Wasp (550 hp) (564) 1 (564) Basic Combat Demonstrator NX18990 - no relation to later BC-1, first retractable gear variant, later modified with Yale parts. (564)
NA-27 NA-16-2H (564) Fokker, R. Netherlands AF (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340-S2H1 Wasp (500 hp) (564) 1 (564) European demonstrator armed NA-26 with fixed gear. (564)
NA-28 NJ-1 (564) USN (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340-6 Wasp (550 hp) (564) 40 (564)
NJ-1 (BuNo 0922)
NJ-1 (BuNo 0922)
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USN specification up engined BT-9 as advanced trainer, some re-engined with later R-1340 versions. (564). The main reason for the different engine was the wish of the Navy to use an engine it already used. The NJ-1 were not armed and had no tail-hooks. They had dual short exhausts under the front cowling.(565)
NA-29 BT-9C (564) USAAC (564) Wright R-975-7 Whirlwind (400 hp) (564) 67 (564)
BT-9C of USAAC Reserve 1938
BT-9C of USAAC Reserve 1938
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as per BT-9A with minor changes. First aircraft completed as Y1BT-10. (564)67 for use by the organized reserve forces(565)./td>
NA-30 BT-10 (564) USAAC (Cancelled) (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340-41 Wasp (600 hp) (564) 0 (564) cancelled production version of Y1BT-10 (564). The BT-10 should have become the army version of the NJ-1(565)
NA-31 NA-16-4M/ Sk-14/14A (564) Sweden (Flygvapnet) (564) Wright R-975-E3 Whirlwind (420 hp)/ Piaggio P VIIc (525 hp) (564) 137 (564) As BT-9C but different engine variant. Licence production (NAA built 1, ASJA 76, SAAB 60), some with trialled undercarriage for Saab 21. (564)
NA-32 NA-16-1A (564) Australia (RAAF) (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340 Wasp (564) 1 (564) Fixed gear pattern aircraft similar to NJ-1 or Y1BT-10, not followed up. (564)
NA-33 NA-16-2K/ Wirraway (564) Australia (RAAF) (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340-S1H1G (600 hp) (564) 756 (564) Retractable gear pattern aircraft for Australia, 1 built by NAA and 755 by Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation) (564) as general purpose aircraft called Wirraway (=challenge). 3-blade-prop, twin .303 Vickers gun in the nose, one rear .303 gun, underwing racks for 500 lb bombs. Retained rounded wingtips and rounded rudder of the BT-9. Wirraways were even used as interceptors and fighter-bombers. A Wirraway was the only T-6 variant credited with an air kill: On December 26th, 1942 John Archer and N.J.Muir of No 4 Army Cooperation Sqn with Wirraway A20-103 shot down a lonely Zero.(565) According to other sources(583) it probably was not a Zero, but a Nakajima Ki-43 Oscar of the Japanese Army's recently- arrived 11th Sentai. Very likely, the Japanese pilot had himself mistaken the RAAF machine for a Zero. For his singular success, Archer was awarded the Silver Star by the Americans. Wirraway A20-103 is now on display at the Australian War Memorial.
NA-34 NA-16-4P (564) Argentina (FAA) (564) Wright R-975-E3 Whirlwind (420 hp) (564) 29 (564) First major export order (not licence), had 2 cowl guns, a flexible rear gun and a radio mast (564)
NA-36 BC-1 (564) USAAC (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340-47 Wasp (500 hp) (564) 177 (564) Retractable undercarriage and first aircraft with square bottom rudder. Large DF loop between undercarriage, blister covering fuel transfer gear along centerline aft of wheel wells.legs. (564) The fuselage was proposed to change from fabric to meetal, but was ordered as fabric.(565)
NA-37 NA-16-4R/KXA1 (564) Japan (IJN) (Evaluation) (564) Pratt & Whitney R-985-9CG Wasp Junior (500 hp) (564) 1 (564) Technology demonstrator, unarmed, fixed landing gear and three bladed prop. (564). Lange glaubten die USA, die Kyushu K10W basiere auf den beiden von Mitsubishi gekauften NA-16. Sie hatte aber nur eine ähnliche Konfiguration.
NA-38 NA-16-4M (564) Sweden (Flygvapnet) (564) Wright R-975-E3 Whirlwind (420 hp) (564) 1 (564) same as NA-31 (564)
NA-41 NA-16-4 (564) China (ROCAF) (564) Wright R-975 Whirlwind (564) 35 (564) Similar to BT-9C with short fabric covered fuselage, combat aircraft with two fixed forward guns and one flexible rear gun. (564)
NA-42 NA-16-2A (564) Honduras (FAH) (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340 Wasp (520 hp) (564) 2 (564)
NA-43 NA-16-1G (564) Brazil (Army) (Cancelled) (564) Wright R-975 Whirlwind (564) 0 (564) Similar to BT-9C (564)
NA-44 NA-44 (564) Canada (RCAF) (564) Wright SG-1820-F52 Cyclone(564)(563) (750 hp(564)-900 hp(563)) (564) 1 (564) Prototype two-seat export combat aircraft similar to BC-1A(564). The NA-44 was the prototype of a series of light bombers for states with a low budget. It could carry four .30 Mgs in the wings and one in the rear. Later models partially did not not mount them, but all could. First model with all metal, monocoque fuselage construction. Another innovation came in the form of integral fuel tanks, totaling 170 US gallons. Had still the original wing form of the NA-16. Later models changed that except the Peruan fighters. (563)
NA-45 NA-16-1GV (564) Venezuela (FAV) (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340 Wasp (564) 3 (564) Possibly originally built to Brazilian contract (564)
NA-46 NA-16-4 (564) Brazil (Navy) (564) Wright R-975-53 Whirlwind(400 hp) (564) 12 (564) Similar to BT-9C with wingtip slats, small DF loop under fuselage. (564)
NA-47 NA-16-4RW/KXA-2 (564) Japan (IJN) (Evaluation) (564) Wright R-975-E3 Whirlwind (420 hp) (564) 1 (564) Technology demonstrator (564). Lange glaubten die USA, die Kyushu K10W basiere auf den beiden von Mitsubishi gekauften NA-16. Sie hatte aber nur eine ähnliche Konfiguration.
NA-48 NA-16-3C (564) China (ROCAF) (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340 Wasp (564) 15 (564) Similar to NA-45 (564)
NA-49 NA-16-1E/ Harvard I (564) United Kingdom (RAF) (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340-S3H1 Wasp (600 hp) (564) 400 (564) Similar to the BC-1(565) Straight wing trailing edge, square rudder, short fabric covered fuselage, fixed rear canopy, no blister under wing center section (564)
NA-50 Toritos NA-50 / NA-16-5 (564) Peru (FAP) (564) Wright R-1820-G3 Cyclone (564) with 3 bladed constant speed prop(563) rsp. R-1820-77 with 870 hp(565) 7 (564) Single seat fighter, NA-16-5(564), based on NA-44. Still the original wing form of the NA-16, but shortened. Ordered by the Cuerpo Aeronáutico del Peru in August of 1938. Construction numbers 50-948 to 50-954. Very good around visibility because of sliding canopy of the O-47 observation plane. Armament two .30 Mg in the nose, provisions for 400lb bomb loads under the wings.
The NA-50s were assigned to the 41st Flight of the 21st Fighter Squadron, based at Chiclayo, and serialed XXI-41-1 to XXI-41-7.
With the 1941 war between Peru and Ecuado the NA-50 were in combat 'some minutes'. Two were lost, one by a kamikaze action, one by a bomb exploding while landing.(563)According to Dan Hagedorn: The CAP lost an NA-50 (XXI-41-2) on the 7th flown by Capt. Renán Elias Oliveira when, after a fighter-bomber sortie, he discovered that one of his bombs had hung up on one of the underwing racks. Flying out over the sea and endeavoring to dislodge it, he crashed into the sea during violent maneuvers. It is not clear if the bomb detonated, or if he lost control while trying to dislodge it. (596). On July 23rd Tte. Jose Quinones in XXI-41-3 Pantera was part of an attack by 4 NA-50 on AA batteries. Being hit and without many options Quinones dived into the battery he believed to hit him.(596)
Four of the Toritos survived the conflict and were transferred to the 21st Squadron, based at Las Palmas, where they served until their place was taken by P-36 Hawks in 1947. Transferred yet again, they became fighter trainers in the 4th Advanced Training Squadron of the 28th Training Squadron at the Air Academy. Wearing serials 28-4-10 to 28-4-13 and a familiar trainer scheme of blue and yellow, they survived in this role until 1950. Probably ended up in storage.
In 1954 number 251 was rebuilt. In 1961 it was damaged in a demonstration flight. 1965 she was again repaired and put on a pedestal. (563)
Slightly shorter wingspan than AT-6. 2 Mg in the cowling, 2 in the wing(565)
A drawing and a picture can be found in the Small Air Forces Observer 102(574) and 59(597).
NA-52 SNJ-1 (564) USN (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340-6 Wasp (500 hp) (564) 16 (564)
Erste SNJ-1
Erste SNJ-1
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Short metal fuselage, square rudder, late wings, fixed rear on canopy (564) as a combination of the Armys BC-1 improvements, Navy requirements and some NAA improvements. The first were delivered in May 1939.(565)
NA-54 BC-2 (564) USAAC (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340-45 Wasp (600 hp) (564) 3 (564) Based on NA-36 with some improvements from NA-44, 3 bladed prop and two blister under wing center section. (564)
NA-55 -1 BC-1A (564) USAAC (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340-47/-49 Wasp (600 hp) (564) 83 (564)
BC-1A
BC-1A
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Bought for reserve and Air National Guard units. (564)
The Army wanted to make use of the advantages of the SNJ-1, finally the metal fuselage (as also in the BT-14) as well as the retractable landing gears (as in the BC-1). The spec was called BC-2, then renamed to BC-1A. The Army re-evaluated the concept and re-designated it to Advanced Trainer, so the BC-1 became the AT-6 (in the model 59). (565)
NA-56 NA-16-4 (564) China (ROCAF) (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340 Wasp (564) 50 (564) Similar to NA-55 (long metal fuselage, fixed gear and engine differences) (564)
NA-57 NA-57/ NAA 57 P-2 (564) France (Armée de l'Air), Canada (RCAF), Germany (564)(565) Wright R-975-E3 Whirlwind (420 hp) (564) 230 (564) Improved NA-23, many captured and used by Germany, some retained by Vichy France (564)
Essentially the Yale Mk I was an export version of the BT-9B and BT-14. For France it was a BT-9B, called NA-57, and equipped with reverse throttles, a Wright R-975-E3 Whirlwind. 16 had not yet been delivered before the fall of France, they were transferred to Canada as Yale Mk.I. Such ex-French NA-57 as well as ex-French NA-64 were called Yale Mk.I!(565)
NA-58 BT-14/BT-14A (BT-9D) (564) USAAC (564) Pratt & Whitney R-985-25 Wasp Junior (564) 251 (564)
NA-58 BT-14
NA-58 BT-14
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Similar to Harvard II except for fixed undercarriage and smaller engine. 27 re-engined with 400 hp (298 kW) Pratt & Whitney R-985-11 as BT-14A (564) One NA-23 was called BT-9D and equipped with 450 hp Pratt & Whitney R-985-25. It had a longer all metal fuselage, changed tail surfaces, larger cowling, exhaust stack behind the cowling on starboard, and a redesigned wing. The prototype then was renamed YBT-14 and the production batch BT-14. In 1941 27 BT-14 were modified to BT-14A with 400 hp Pratt & Whitney R-985-11A(565)
NA-59 AT-6-NA (564) USAAC (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340-47 Wasp (600 hp) (564) 94 (564) First examples converted from NA-55 while still on production line, some examples had small DF loop installed. (564) The Army re-evaluated the concept and re-designated it to Advanced Trainer, so the BC-1A Model 55 became the AT-6 (in the model 59). (565)
NA-61 NA-16-1E/ Harvard I (564) Canada (RCAF) (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340-S3H1 Wasp (600 hp) (564) 30 (564) Later fitted with extended exhaust for cabin heater (564)
NA-64 NA-64/ NAA 64-P2/Yale I (BT-14) (564) France (Armée de l'Air), Canada (RCAF), Germany (564)(565) Wright R-975-E3 Whirlwind (420 hp) (564)(or R-985-25?(565)) 230 (564)
NA-64 Yale I of RCAF
NA-64 Yale I of RCAF
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BT-14 with R-975-E3 and reverse throttles.(565)119 to Canada (RCAF) as Yale I, briefly used by France, many captured by Germany (564). NA-64 = BT-14 as well as NA-57 = BT-9B were called Yale Mk.I in Canada!(565)
NA-65 SNJ-2 (564) USN (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340-36 Wasp (564) 600 hp(565) 36 (564)
SNJ-2 in unüblichen Tarnfarben
SNJ-2 in unüblichen Tarnfarben
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Blister covering fuel transfer gear along centerline aft of wheel wells (564), refinement of the SNJ-1. A second bacth (NA-79) consisted of 25 aircraft.(565)
NA-66 Harvard II (564)(565) United Kingdom (RAF), RNZAF, RCAF, Southern Rhodesia (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340 Wasp (564) 600 (564) as per NA-59 but fixed rear canopy and no rear gun, also to RNZAF and RCAF, Southern Rhodesia (564)
Basically a BC-1A with British equipment, extended exhaustshroud on starboard for warm cabin air.
Some ordered by France, then passed to RAF(565)
NA-68 P-64 / NA-50A (564) Thailand (RTAF) (=Siam) (564) Wright R-1820-77 Cyclone (870 hp) (564) 6 (564)
P-64
P-64
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Short outer wing panel angled much further forward than earlier types. Diverted with start of Pacific war to USAAF as P-64 (564)
Different rudder than the NA-50, improved landing gear doors, two 20mm guns under the wing, two 8mm guns under the wing, two 8mm guns in the cowling. After revoking the delivery, they were transferred to California, stripped of their armament and taken over by USAAC as fighter trainers, designated P-64. They retained their Thai camouflage of Dark Brown/Darrk Green and Light Gray.(565)

For a photo of P-64, C/N 68-3062 and ex USAAF 41-19085, civil registration XB-KUU see https://www.facebook.com/LatamAviationHistory/photos/a.315950111857736.76425.315080478611366/606108656175212/?type=1
NA-69 A-27 / NA-44 (564) Thailand (RTAF) (=Siam), USAAF (564) Wright R-1820-75 Cyclone (745 hp) (564) 10 (564)(565) Fully armed as attack aircraft. Diverted with start of Pacific war to USAAF as A-27 on the Philippines (564)(565) It was the Siam export of the NA-44(565)
NA-71 NA-16-3 (564) rsp. NA-44(563) Venezuela (FAV) (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340-S3H1 Wasp (550 hp) (564) rsp. R-1340-7(563) 3 (564) Two nose guns and rear gun, no wing guns. (564)The NA designation said it was based on NA-16-3, not NA-44 - and there is no evidence that it has been produced with armament. Anyhow it had been described as 'General Purpose Combat Aircraft' and 'Ground Cooperation Aircraft'. From photographical evidence the NA-71 belonged to the group of NA-44 successors. Construction numbers 71-3074/-3076 and became FAV 1, 2 and 3 in the Fuerza Aerea Venezolana. The final delivery took place in June or July, 1940, and the two survivors were taken out of service in 1943. According to information from the Fav-Club, it is possible that the aircraft were painted dark green during their short careers. (563)
NA-72 NA-44 (564) Brazil (Army) (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340-AN1/S1H1 Wasp (600 hp) (564) 30 (564)(563)(565) Attack bomber, fitted with small DF loop under fuselage. (564) Starting on July 19th, 1940 the first batch of 20 NA-72 were delivered to Brazil with serials 72-3077 to 72-3096, followed by another 10 soon (72-4757 to 72-4766). The first batch had .30 machine guns, the second gad 7mm Colts. They had a pair of Venturis on the port side (what no other heavyweights had). The aircraft were ferried by Brazilian pilots beginning September 11th, 1940. They were simplly numbered 1 to 30. They arrived in groups from October till May. Number 12 (72-3088) was written off by an accident.
Their duties were 3rd level pilot and gunnery training and coastal patrols. After the war thhe surviving 20 planes were redesignated AT-6 and given serials in the 1000s range. The last trainer was written off in 1958. The number 27 (72-4763) had been converted to an instructional airframe and was operated till December 20th, 1967. (563)
NA-72 was the number for Brazil of the NA-44 export version(565)
NA-74 Los Condores NA-44 (564) Chile (FACh) (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340 Wasp (564) 12 (564)(563)(565) Attack bomber, fitted with small DF loop under fuselage. (564). Chile ordered 12 NA-44 in 1940, delivered February 1941. Source are different in the armament. Photos show just wing guns and outer wing bomb racks. The consstruction numbers were 74-4745 to 74-4756, serials 1 to 12. In March 1942 the number system was changed (when other AT-6 were under Lend & Lease), they became 201 to 212. Service was at the Flight Scool and at Air Group No 4. In 1943 aircraft 206, 207, 208 were transferred to Air Group 6. (563)
NA-75 Harvard II (564) Canada (RCAF) (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340 Wasp (564) 100 (564) Follow on order to NA-66 (564)
NA-76 Harvard II (564) United Kingdom (RAF) (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340 Wasp (564) 450 (564) Originally ordered by France, taken over by RAF, many to RCAF (564)
NA-77 AT-6A/SNJ-3 (564)/Sk.16A(611) USN (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340 Wasp (564) 637 (564) The NA-77 was the Army version of the practical identical AT-6A (NA-77) and SNJ-3 (NA-78). The difference to the SNJ-2 was mainly the rudder form. Engines had different names, but also were practical identical.(565)
1947 lieferte Noorduyn 145 NA77 AT-6A Harvard als Sk.16A nach Schweden.(611)
NA-78 AT-6A/SNJ-3/3C (564) USN (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340 Wasp (564) 568 (564)
NA-78 AT-6A
NA-78 AT-6A
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As NA-77, first aircraft built in Texas, and to use name "Texan" (564)
The NA-77 was the Navy version of the practical identical AT-6A (NA-77) and SNJ-3 (NA-78). The difference to the SNJ-2 was mainly the rudder form. Engines had different names, but also were practical identical. The SNJ-3C had a tailhook (and all further SNJ models with C suffix)(565)
NA-79 SNJ-2 (564) USN (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340-56 Wasp (564) 25 (564) as the second batch of the SNJ-2 NA-65(565). 6 SNJ-2 wurden als Sk16C an Schweden geliefert(611), mir ist nicht bekannt, ob dies NA-79 oder NA-65 waren.
NA-81 Harvard II (564) United Kingdom (RAF) (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340 Wasp (564) 125 (564) same as previous RAF Harvard II order. (564)
NA-84 AT-6B (564) USAAC (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340-AN-1 Wasp (600 hp) (564) 400 (564) Improvement of the AT-6A. Practically standardized AT-6B and SNJ-3. The AT-6B had additional armament in the form of a .30 gun in the starboard wing and underwing bommb racks for up to four 100lb bombs. The rear seat was fixed with position rearward. (565)
NA-85 SNJ-3 (564) USN (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340 Wasp (564) 0 (564) Cancelled duplicate of NA-78 for record purposes. (564)
NA-88 AT-6C/AT-6D/XAT-6E/ SNJ-4/SNJ-5 /SNJ-5C / Harvard IIA/B / Harvard III (564)(565) USAAC (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340 Wasp / Ranger V-770 (564)(565) 9331 (564) (1 XAT-6E(565))
AT-6C-NT
AT-6C-NT
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(last 800 as NA.121) AT-6D used 24 volt electrics, vs previous 12 volt systems. XAT-6E used Ranger V-770 inline engine. (564)
The AT-6C and SNJ-4 were identical. because of expects shorts of aluminium due to U-Boats parts of the aircraft were made of wood.
AT-6D and SNJ-5 were identical except the electric system. SNJ-5C had a tailhook. The Harvard IIA were original AT-6C by Lend/Lease, the IIB were BC-1A build by Noorduyn. The Harvard III were AT-6D, some had parts of wood like the AT-6C (565)
NA-119 AT-6D (564) Brazil (FAB) (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340 Wasp (564) 81 (564) 20 examples built in Brazil under licence (564)
NA-121 AT-6D/AT-6F (564) USN (564) Cuba FAEC / FAR Pratt & Whitney R-1340 Wasp (564) 4378 (564) 800 AT-6Ds, 211 SNJ-5, 956 AT-6F and 411 SNJ-6. AT-6F and SNJ-6 have clear fixed rear canopy section.(564) The rear seat was fixed forward. All armament was removed. Provisions for an external fuel tank. No SNJ-6 with tailhook are known.(565)
Cuba got AT-6F. Several Texan of the Fuerza Aerea del Ejercito de Cuba FAEC later were painted in the colors of the Fuerza Aera Revolucionaria FAR.
NA-128 AT-6D (564) USN (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340 Wasp (564) 0 (564) Canceled orders to have been built in Texas. (564)
NA-168 T-6G/LT-6G (564) US ANG (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340 Wasp (564) 109 (564) Re-manufactured and updated from earlier versions. Mostly internal but canopy simplified slightly. (564)
(Remark: The AT-6 changed to T-6 in 1947(565)
NA-182 T-6G/LT-6G (564) US ANG (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340 Wasp (564) 824 (564) as per NA-168, Re-manufactured/updated. (564)
NA-186 Harvard IV (564) US MDAP (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340 Wasp (564) 555 (564) Design Data for Canadian Car and Foundry possibly to build Harvard IV or T-6G, sole new post war production. (564) Some became T-6J in several NATO states(565).
NA-188 T-6G/LT-6G (564) US ANG (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340 Wasp (564) 107 (564) Re-manufactured and converted from earlier versions. (564)
NA-195 T-6G/LT-6G (564) US ANG (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340 Wasp (564) 11 (564) Re-manufactured and converted from earlier versions. (564)
NA-197 T-6G (564) US ANG (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340 Wasp (564) 110 (564) Re-manufactured and converted from T-6D. (564)
NA-198 SNJ-8 (564) USN (564) Pratt & Whitney R-1340 Wasp (564) 0 (564) Cancelled Contract for SNJ-8 (similar to T-6G) (564)
- Boomerang Australia RAAF Pratt & Whitney R-1830 Twin Wasp, 1,200 hp ca 249 Developped by CAC on base of the Wirraway
- KN-1 South Korea Navy 1 After as crash a single T-6F was equipped with floats. Refer to background on KN-1
- Sk-16 Schweden Nach der Sk.14 (NA-31) wurden ab 1947 neuere Varianten der T-6-Familie von Schweden beschafft. Diese wurden Sk.16 genannt. Zu Sk.16A und C siehe NA-77 und NA-79. Als Sk.16B wurden 122 Maschinen der Varianten AT-6A, -B, SNJ-3, SNJ-4 bezeichnet, die über einen längeren Zeitraum geliefert wurden.(611)
- I.Ae. 21 DL / FMA 21 Argentinien I.Ae. 16 El Gaucho 1
I.Ae. 21 DL
I.Ae. 21 DL
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Die FMA entwickelte auf Basis der NA-16-4P einen Trainer mit deren Rumpf. Als sich herausstellte, dass die Produktion zu aufwändig würde, wurde das Projekt eingestellt. Als neues Projekt wurde die I.Ae. 22 DL geschaffen.(612)
- I.Ae. 22 DL Dele Dele Argentinien I.Ae. 16 El Gaucho, I.Ae. 22C: Armstrong Siddeley "Cheetah" 25 206
I.Ae. 22 DL
I.Ae. 22 DL
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Nachdem sich herausgestellt hatte, dass die auf Basis der NA-16-4P entwickelte I.Ae. 21 DL zu aufwändig zu produzieren wäre, entwickelte das Instituto Aerotecnico die I.Ae. 22 DL.(612)
Some Columbus-built T-6G were named T-6H.(565) Some Harvard IV were named T-6J(565)

Some Mexican AT-6 pilots reported to sink the German submarine U-129 on June 26th, 1942. In fact U-126 was not even damaged.(822)

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Referenzen(563)a b c d e f g h i j k l m North American Aviation Heavyweights in Latin America http://www.laahs.com/content/62-North-American-Aviation
(564)a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ...lb lc ld le lf http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_American_T-6_Texan_variants
(565)a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ...ar as at au av Larry Davis: T-6 Texan in action, Squadron Signal publications 94, 1989 Texas, ISBN 0-89747-224-1
(574) Wayne Denny: Peruvian NA-50, Small Air Forces Observer vol.26 no.2 (102) July 2002
(583) On this day in Air Force history: 19421226 26/12/1942 Wirraway's only combat success in https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=477293477638&set=a.10151215943927639.460747.88014372638&type=1&theater
(596)a b Chapter 16 THE PERU-ECUADOR BORDER WAR (GUERRA DE ZARUMILLA-MARANON) 1941 of the DOWNLOAD TEXT FOR ‘LATIN AMERICAN AIR WARS’ BY DAN HAGEDORN
(597) Doud Dildy: Peruvian Nord Americanos, Small Air Forces Observer vol.15 no.3 (59) July 1991
(611)a b c d http://www.avrosys.nu/aircraft/Skol/415sk16/415Sk16.htm
(612)a b http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I.Ae._22_DL
(822) http://www.laahs.com/content/121-The-Mexican-Dive-Bombers


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