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The North American T-28 Trojan is a military trainer aircraft that is used by the US Navy and the US Air Force. It has also been used successfully in Counter-Insurgency (COIN) missions during the Vietnam War. The aircraft has tandem seating and is powered by a single engine.
The North American T28B is powered by a Wright R-1820-76 engine of 1425 hp. The cruise speed at 75% is 204 knots and the stall speed is 54 knots. The gross weight is 8600 lb.