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Cessna 348B Tweety Bird (T-37A)

The T-37 has served as the US Air Force’s basic initial training aircraft since the 1950’s and until recently most prospective USAF pilots took their first flight in a Tweet.  

After the introduction of the T-37B, one of the Tweet’s primary roles was to screen out pilot candidates that were not suitable, before passing students on to the T-38.  

As a flying machine or teaching platform, the T-37 was very easy to understand, operate and repair.  A quick engine change(QEC) can be completed in 30 minutes.  

Popular for it’s vice free handling, it is used to teach the basics of aircraft handling, navigation, formation flying and instrument flying. 

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