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I was recently at the Museum for the reunion of the Douglas Aircraft Flight Test group. Had a tour with Knobby Walsh...great tour Knobby...after 17...

Dick Roberts

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Cessna T-50 Bobcat (UC-78)

Known for its exceptional performance, minimal downtime and low cost, the AT-17 (later UC-78) was well suited to withstand the punishments of an advanced military trainer.  

The reliable and dependable aircraft was derived from the Cessna T-50.  It helped to keep the Cessna Aircraft Company alive in 1939 and found fast acclaim in the post war civilian market.  

This low-wing, twin engine, cabin monoplane, Navy designation JRC-1, was constructed with a chrome moly steel tube fuselage, wood and fabric completed the airframe.  

Unique features include the electrically actuated, retractable tail wheel and wing trailing edge flaps.  

  

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