NORTH AMERICAN AT-6 TEXAN

AT-6 SERVICE

Manufacturer: North American Aviation Inc., Inglewood, California, USA
Models: NA-16, NA-18, NA-19, NA-20, NA-22, NA-23, NA-26, NA-27,
NA-28, NA-29, NA-30, NA-31, NA-32, NA-33, NA-34, NA-36,
NA-37, NA-38, NA-41, NA-42, NA-43, NA-44, NA-45, NA-46,
NA-47, NA-48, NA-49, NA-50, NA-52, NA-53, NA-54, NA-55,
NA-56, NA-57, NA-58, NA-59, NA-61, NA-64, NA-65, NA-66,
NA-68, NA-69, NA-71, NA-72, NA-74, NA-75, NA-76, NA-77,
NA-78, NA-79, NA-81, NA-84, NA-85, NA-88, NA-119, NA-121,
NA-128, NA-142, NA-168, NA-182, NA-186, NA-188, NA-195,
NA-197, NA-198
Designations: AT-6; A-27, AT-16, BC, BT, NJ, P-64, SNJ, SN2J, T-6, TJ-8
Names: Texan (USAAF, USN); Harvard (RAF), Yale (RCAF),
Wirraway (CAC built), "Oak" (Japan, US codename)
First official flight: (NA-16) 01/04/1935
Factory production period: 1935 - 1946
1939 - 1956 (Foreign built)
Primary service period: 1936 - 1960's
Last official flight: (T-6G) 1960's

AT-6 VARIANTS

US Military

1935 NA-16 NA-16 Prototype 1 Total: 00001 
         
1936 NA-19 BT-9 42  
1936 NA-19A BT-9A 40  
1937 NA-23 BT-9B 117  
1937 NA-29 BT-9C 67  
1937 NA-28 NJ-1 40  
1938 NA-58 BT-14 251 Total: 00557
         
1937 NA-26 NA-26 Demonstrator 1  
? NA-44 NA-44 Demonstrator 1  
1938 NA-36 BC-1 177  
? NA-55 BC-1A 83  
? NA-54 BC-2 3 Total: 00265
         
1940 NA-55/-59 AT-6 94  
1941 NA-77/-78 AT-6A 1847  
1942 NA-84 AT-6B 400  
1942 NA-88 AT-6C 2970  
1943 NA-88/-121 AT-6D 4388  
1945 NA-121 AT-6F 956 Total: 10655
         
1939 NA-52 SNJ-1 16  
1940 NA-65/-79 SNJ-2 61  
1941 NA-77/-78 SNJ-3 270  
1943 NA-88 SNJ-4 2400  
1943 NA-88 SNJ-5 373  
? NA-142 XSN2J-1 2 Total: 03122

Grand Total: 14600

Foreign Military

1938 NA-49/-61 Harvard Mk. I 430  
1940 NA-66/-75/-76/-81 Harvard Mk. II 1275  
-   NAA Export Orders: 764 Total: 02469

Grand Total: 02469

1939 Foreign built - Australia:
NA-33
CAC Wirraway 755 Total: 00755
? Foreign built - Canada:
NA-77
AT-16 1800  
? NA-76 Harvard Mk. II 210  
? NA-81 Harvard Mk. IIB 757  
1951 NA-16-1E Harvard Mk. 4 555 Total: 03322
1941 Foreign built - Japan:
-
Watanabe K10W1 "Oak" 176 Total: 00176
? Foreign built - Sweden:
Sk. 14 53  
? - Sk. 14A 83 Total: 00136

Grand Total: 04389

 

GRAND TOTAL: 21458


Still painted in it's SAAF colours and serial number 7660, this
AT-6A-NT, s/n: 41-16269, was upgraded to T-6G standards and is
now privately owned in New Zealand with civil registration ZK-XSA.
Christchurch, New Zealand, 2004.

AT-6 PRODUCTION

US Military

NA-16
Company owned prototype trainer, fixed u/c.
Initially with open cockpit, 2-bladed prop.
Later modified as NA-18 (NC2080, c/n: 18-1)
and sent to Argentina.
Produced 1935

North American Inglewood, California (NA)

X2080 (civil reg.) 16-1

1

Total: 00001

BT-9
USAAC version of NA-18, fixed undercarriage.
Produced

North American Inglewood, California (NA)

36-028, 36-029 19-1, 19-3    
36-030 / 36-036
- 36-036 modified as NA-22 primary trainer prototype.
19-5 / 11    
36-037 / 36-051 19-20 / 34    
36-052 / 36-069 19-50 / 67

42

Total: 00042

BT-9A
As BT-9, 2 machine guns, camera gun.
Produced

North American Inglewood, California (NA)

36-088 19-4    
36-089 / 36-096 19-12 / 19    
36-097 / 36-111 19-35 / 49    
36-112 / 35-127 19-68 / 83 40 Total: 00040

BT-9B
As BT-9, minor changes, unarmed.
Produced

North American Inglewood, California (NA)

37-115 / 37-231 23-85 / 201 117 Total: 00117

BT-9C
As BT-9A, equipped for Organised Reserve use.
Produced

North American Inglewood, California (NA)

37-383 / 37-415 29-353 / 385    
38-224 / 38-257 29-505 / 538 67 Total: 00067

NJ-1
USN version of BT-9B, engine upgrade, unarmed.
Produced

North American Inglewood, California (J)

BuNo.0910 / 0949 28-313 / 352 40 Total: 00040

BT-14
Redesigned (all metal) fuselage, tail, wings,
fixed undercarriage, engine upgrade.
Produced

North American Inglewood, California (NA)

40-1110 / 40-1360 58-1655 / 1905 251 Total: 00251

NA-26
Prototype civil demonstrator with retractable u/c.
To Canada in 1940 as (RCAF) 3345.
Produced 1937

North American Inglewood, California (NA)

NX18990 (civil reg.) 26-202 1 Total: 00001

NA-44
Prototype export fighter version based on BC-1A,
engine upgrade, armed.
To Canada in 1940 as (RCAF) 3344.
Produced

North American Inglewood, California (NA)

NX18981 (civil reg.) 44-747

1

Total: 00001

BC-1
Basic Combat trainer version of the BT-9D, retractable
undercarriage, engine upgrade, 2-bladed prop, armed.
Produced

North American Inglewood, California (NA)

37-416 / 37-456 36-420 / 460    
37-636 / 37-679 36-461 / 504    
38-356 / 38-447 36-596 / 687 177 Total: 00177

BC-1A
Redesignation of BC-2, 2-bladed prop.
Produced

North American Inglewood, California (NA)

39-798 / 39-856 55-1548 / 1606    
40-707 / 40-716 55-1607 / 1616    
40-726 / 40-739 55-1617 / 1630 83 Total: 00083

BC-2
As BC-1, redesigned (all metal) fuselage, tail, wings,
engine upgrade, 3-bladed prop, redesignated BC-1A
after third airframe.
Produced

North American Inglewood, California (NA)

38-448 / 38-450 54-668 / 690 3 Total: 00003

AT-6
Redesignation of BC-1A, minor changes.
Produced 1940

North American Inglewood, California (NA)

40-717 / 40-725 55-1631 / 1639    
40-2080 / 40-2164 59-1906 / 1990 94 Total: 00094

AT-6A
As AT-6, engine upgrade, minor changes, armed.
298 delivered to US Navy as SNJ-3.
Produced 1940 - 1942

North American Inglewood, California (NA)

41-149 / 41-173 77-3958 / 3982    
41-174 / 41-665 77-4133 / 4624 

517

 

North American Dallas, Texas (NT)

41-666 / 41-785 78-4625 / 4744    
41-15824 / 41-17033 78-6202 / 7411 1330 Total: 01847

AT-6B
As AT-6A, gunnery trainer version, engine upgrade.
Produced 1942

North American Dallas, Texas (NT)

41-17034 / 41-17433 84-7412 / 7811 400 Total: 00400

AT-6C
As AT-6B, use of wooden components.
Produced 1942 - 1943

North American Dallas, Texas (NT)

41-32073 / 41-33819 mixed 88-9013 to 14382    
42-3884 / 42-4243 mixed 88-11588 to 12561    
42-43847 / 42-44411 mixed 88-13220 to 14314    
42-48772 / 42-49069 mixed 88-12562 to 13124 2970 Total: 02970


The RNZAF operated 202 AT-6 Harvards from 1941 to 1977,
with 53 of them being the Mk. IIA type as in this example
of NZ1012, having seen better days.
Originally built as AT-6C-1-NT, s/n: 41-33163 and RAF s/n: EX190.
Ashburton, New Zealand, 1999.

AT-6D
As AT-6B, 24-volt electrical system.
1195 delivered to US Navy as SNJ-5.
Produced 1943 - 1945

North American Dallas, Texas (NT)

41-33820 / 41-34672 mixed 88-14383 to 15943    
42-44412 / 42-44746 mixed 88-14385 to 15230    
42-84163 / 42-86562 88-15944 / 18343    
44-80845 / 44-81644 121-41567 / 42366 4388 Total: 04388
1200 NA-128 additional airframes cancelled.


There were 41 Harvard Mk. III's in RNZAF service from a total inventory of
202 of the type. This is NZ1092 which was a Texas built AT-6D-NT, s/n:
42-84725 with RAF s/n: EZ361. Its seen here painted in a US Navy livery.
Blenheim Airshow, New Zealand, 2013.

AT-6F
As AT-6D, strengthened airframe, prop spinner,
drop tank.
Produced 1945

North American Dallas, Texas (NT)

44-81645 / 44-82600 121-42367 / 43322 956 Total: 00956
417 additional airframes cancelled.

SNJ-1
USN version of BC-1, all metal fuselage.
Produced 1939

North American Inglewood, California (J)

BuNo.1552 / 1567 52-956 / 971 16 Total: 00016

SNJ-2
As SNJ-1, engine upgrade, minor changes.
Produced

North American Inglewood, California (J)

BuNo.2008 / 2043 65-1997 / 2032    
BuNo.2548 / 2572 79-3983 / 4007

61

Total: 00061

SNJ-3
USN version of AT-6A, NA-85 order became NA-78.
298 also delivered from AT-6A.
Produced

North American Inglewood, California (J)

BuNo.6755 / 6874 77-5932 / 6051 120  

North American Dallas, Texas (J)

BuNo.6875 / 7024 78-6052 / 6201

150

Total: 00270

SNJ-4
USN version of AT-6C.
Produced

North American Dallas, Texas (J)

BuNo.05527 / 05674 mixed 88-9034 to 9331    
BuNo.09817 / 10316 mixed 88-9332 to 10321    
BuNo.26427 / 27851 mixed 88-10322 to 13587    
BuNo.51350 / 51676 mixed 88-13617 to 14364 2400 Total: 02400

SNJ-5
USN version of AT-6D.
1195 also delivered from AT-6D.
Produced

North American Dallas, Texas (J)

BuNo.51677 / 52049 mixed 88-14425 to 15302 373 Total: 00373

(NA-198) SNJ-8 - 240 on order cancelled, was to become the TJ-8.

XSN2J-1
Prototype basic trainer development of
SNJ variants, engine upgrade.
Produced

North American Dallas, Texas (J)

BuNo.121449, 121450 142-38427, 38428 2 Total: 00002

 

Grand Total: 14600

Foreign Military

Harvard Mk. I
RAF version of BC-1, British equipment, engine upgrade.
Produced 1938 - 1939

North American Inglewood, California (NA)

(RAF) N7000 / N7199 49-748 / 947    
(RAF) P5783 / P5982 49-1053 / 1252 400  
(RCAF) 1321 / 1335 61-1503 / 1517    
(RCAF) 1336 / 1350 61-1640 / 1654 30 Total: 00430

Harvard Mk. II
RAF version of the BC-1A/AT-6, British equipment.
Produced 1940 - 1942

North American Inglewood, California (NA)

(RAF) AH185 / AH204
- 20 to RCAF, no s/n change.
mixed 66-2234 to 2833    
(RAF) AJ538 / AJ987
- 42 to RCAF, no s/n change.
- 38 to RNZAF as
NZ968 / NZ1005.
76-3508 / 3957    
(RAF) BW184 / BW207
- 24 to RCAF, no s/n change.
81-4109 / 4132 494  
(RCAF) 2501 / 3013
- 25 to RAF as
BD130 / BD137,
BJ410 / BJ415, BS808,
DG430 / DG439.
mixed 66-2234 to 2833    
(RCAF) 3014 / 3033 81-4008 / 4027    
(RCAF) 3134 / 3143 75-3048 / 3057    
(RCAF) 3144 / 3233 75-3418 / 3507    
(RCAF) 3761 / 3841 81-4028 / 4108 714  
(RNZAF) NZ901 / NZ967 mixed 66-2694 to 2787 67 Total: 01275

NAA Export Orders -
Argentina:

NA-34
1938, NA-16-4P, BT-9, armed aircraft.

? 34-389 / 418

30

 

Australia:
NA-32
1938, NA-16-1A, BT-9, CAC Wirraway prototype.

(RAAF) A20-1 32-387 1  

NA-33
1938, NA-16-2K, BC-1, CAC Wirraway prototype.

(RAAF) A20-2 33-388 1  

Brazil:
NA-43 - NA-16-1G, cancelled.

NA-46
1939, NA-16-4, BT-9C, armed.

D1Na192 / D1Na197 46-972 / 977    
D1Na198 / D1Na203 46-1991 / 1996

12

 

NA-72
1940, NA-44 (BC-1A), attack version, 5 guns, bomb rack.

1193 / 1212 72-3077 / 3096    
1213 / 1222 72-4757 / 4766

30

 

NA-119
USAAF AT-6D (T-6-1LS), sub-assemblies.

1376 / 1394 119-40086 / 40104    
1531 / 1592 119-40105 / 40166 81  

Chile:
NA-74
1940, NA-44, attack version, 5 guns, bomb rack.

? 74-4745 / 4756

12

 

China:
NA-41
1938, NA-16-4, BT-9C.

? 41-697 / 731

35

 

NA-48
1938, NA-16-3C, BC-1.

? 48-732 / 746

15

 

NA-53 - NA-16-5, cancelled.

NA-56
1940, NA-16-4, BC-1.

? 56-1453 / 1502

50

 

France:
NA-57
1939, NA-57, BT-9B, French equipment.

Et2-1 / Et2-200 57-1253 / 1452    
Et2-201 / Et2-230 57-1518 / 1547

230

 
214 to France with 30 to
French navy as U-416 / U-445.
16 to RCAF as Yale Mk. I.

NA-64
1940, NA-64, BT-14, French equipment.

P2-1 / P2-200 64-2033 / 2232    
P2-201 / P2-230 64-3018 / 3047

230

 
111 to France.
119 to RCAF as Yale Mk. I, 3346 / 3464.

Honduras:
NA-20
1938, NA-16-2H, BT-9, prototype.

X/NC16025 (civil reg.)
(Honduras) 20
16-2

1

 

NA-42
1938, NA-16-2A, BT-9, armed.

NR16025 (civil reg.) 42-691, 692

2

 

Japan:
NA-37
1937, NA-16-4R, BT-9, designated KXA1.

? 37-539

1

 

NA-47
1938, NA-16-4RW, BT-9, designated KXA2.

? 47-696

1

 

Netherlands:
NA-27
1937, NA-16-2H, BC-1, to Fokker.

R17377 (civil reg.)
(Netherlands) PH-APG
27-312

1

 

Peru:
NA-50
1939, NA-16-50 (NA-16-5), BC-1A, single seat fighter version.

XXI-41-1 / XXI-41-7 50-948 / 954

7

 

Sweden:
NA-31
1937, NA-16-4M, BT-9B, prototype for Sk.14.

? 31-386

1

 

NA-38
1937, NA-16-4M, BT-9B, prototype for Sk.14.

? 38-540

1

 

Thailand:
NA-68
1940, NA-50A, single seat fighter version.
Diverted to USAAF as P-64.

41-19082 / 41-19087 68-3058 / 3063

6

 

NA-69
1940, NA-44, attack version, 5 guns, bomb racks.
Diverted to USAAF as A-27.

41-18890 / 41-18899 69-3064 / 3073

10

 

Venezuela:
NA-45
1938, NA-16-1GV, BC-1.

? 45-693 / 695

3

 

NA-71
1940, NA-16-3, AT-6, armed.

1 / 3 71-3074 / 3076

3

Total: 00764

 

Grand Total: 02469

Foreign built - Australia:
CAC Wirraway
CAC version of BC-1, "Wirraway" is derived from
an Aboriginal dialect meaning to "Challenge".
Delivered to the RAAF as the: CA-1 Wirraway I (40),
CA-3/-5/-7/-8/-9 Wirraway II (580), CA-16 Wirraway III (135).
CA-10 Wirraway Bomber and CA-20 RAN version cancelled.
Later designs led to CAC Boomerang (1942, 250 built) and
the CAC Ceres cropduster (1958, 20 converted).
Produced 1939 - 1946

Commonwealth Aircraft Corp. (CAC), Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

(RAAF / CA-1) A20-3 / A20-42 1 / 40    
(RAAF / CA-3) A20-43 / A20-102 41 / 100    
(RAAF / CA-5) A20-103 / A20-134 103 / 134    
(RAAF / CA-7) A20-135 / A20-234 135 / 234    
(RAAF / CA-8) A20-235 / A20-434 436 / 635    
(RAAF / CA-9) A20-435 / A20-622 636 / 823    
(RAAF / CA-16) A20-623 / A20-757 1075 / 1209 755 Total: 00755
15 additional airframes cancelled.


The Australian built CAC Boomerang was a direct fighter development
of the CAC Wirraway trainer, itself an Aussie built version of the AT-6 family.
250 were built with this example being a restored Model CA-19, RAAF s/n: A46-206. 
Blenheim Airshow, New Zealand, 2001.

Foreign built - Canada:
AT-16
ND built version of AT-6A.
Produced

Noorduyn Aviation Ltd., Montreal, Quebec, Canada (ND)

42-464 / 42-963 14-1 / 500    
42-12254 / 42-12553 14-501 / 800    
43-12502 / 43-13201 14A-801 / 1500    
43-34615 / 43-34914 14A-1501 / 1800

1800

 
All delivered as Harvard Mk. IIB to:
(RAF) FE267 / FE999
(RAF) FH100 / FH166
(RAF) FS661 / FS999
(RAF) FT100 / FT460
(RAF) FX198 / FX497


RAF Harvard Mk. IIB, s/n: FT383, on museum display with the author
seated on the wing. This aircraft served with the RAF from May
1945 to 1952, then with the Malaysian Auxiliary Air Force (MAAF)
from 1952 to 1957 before being struck off charge on 30 April 1957.
It was privately owned in Canada for a number of years before
being put on display in Kuala Lumpur.
RMAF Museum, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 2000.

Harvard Mk. II
ND built version of the AT-6.
Produced

Noorduyn Aviation Ltd., Montreal, Quebec, Canada (ND)

(RCAF) 3034 / 3133 07-1 / 100    
(RCAF) 3234 / 3343 07-101 / 210 210  

Harvard Mk. IIB
ND built version of the AT-6A.
Produced

Noorduyn Aviation Ltd., Montreal, Quebec, Canada (ND)

(RAF) KF100 / KF261 14A-1801 / 1962    
(RAF) KF262 N-18-1    
(RAF) KF263 / KF757
- 3 to RNZAF as
NZ1100 / NZ1102.
14A-1963 / 2457    
(RAF) KF901 / KF999
- Delivered as
Harvard TT.Mk. IIB,
Target Tugs.
N-18-2 / 100

757

 
353 additional airframes cancelled.

Harvard Mk. 4
Post WW2 model for the RCAF.
Produced

Canadian Car & Foundry Co., Fort William,
Ontario, Canada (CCF)
Delivered as Harvard Mk. 4 (T-6H-CCF) to:

(RCAF) 20210 / 20479 CCF4-1 / 270 

270

 

Delivered as Harvard Mk. IV (T-6J-CCF, NA-186) to MDAP:

51-17089 / 51-17231 CCF4-271 / 413    
52-8493 / 52-8612 CCF4-414 / 533    
53-4615 / 53-4636 CCF4-534 / 555

285

Total: 03322

Foreign built - Japan:
Watanabe K10W1 "Oak"
(Naval Type 2 Intermediate Trainer)
Japanese version of the BT-9, later redesignated
as the Kyushu K10W1.
Produced 1941 - 1944

Watanabe Tekkosho KK, Fukoaka, Japan
(Later became Kyushu Hikoki KK)

? ?

26

 

Nippon Hikoki KK, Tokyo, Japan

? ?

150

Total: 00176

Foreign built - Sweden:
Sk. 14
Similar to BT-9 / AT-6.
Produced

AB Svenska Jarnvagsverkstaderna, Sweden

603 / 609 127 / 133    
672 / 699 99 / 126    
5810 / 5827 176 / 193

53

 

Sk. 14A
Similar to BT-9 / AT-6.
Produced

AB Svenska Jarnvagsverkstaderna, Sweden

5828 / 5850 5828 / 5850

23

 

Svenska Aeroplan AB, Sweden

14001 / 14060 14001 / 14060

60

Total: 00136

 

Grand Total: 04389

AT-6 CONVERSIONS

USAAF

NA-22 1 BT-9(36-036), primary trainer prototype, tandem open cockpit.
BT-9D 1 BT-9B(37-208), 1937, prototype to BT-14/BC-1, redesigned fuselage.
Later redesignated as YBT-14.
BT-10 1 BT-9C(37-383), 1938, engine upgrade.
Original designation was Y1BT-10, later redesignated BT-10A.
Production BT-10 (NA-30), cancelled.
BT-14A 27 BT-14, 1941, engine upgrade.
BC-1B 1 BC-1A, conversion with AT-6A wing center section.
BC-1I 30 BC-1, modifications for instrument training.
XAT-6E 1 AT-6D(42-84241), 1944, inline V12 engine upgrade.

USAF

T-6A 1+ 1948 redesignation of AT-6A.
T-6C 68 1948 redesignation of AT-6C / SNJ-4, new s/n: 48-1301 / 48-1368.
T-6D 1+ 1948 redesignation of AT-6D.
35 rebuilt as T-6D-NT for Greece, new s/n: 49-2722 / 49-2756.
T-6F 1+ 1948 redesignation of AT-6F.
T-6G 1802

T-6 / SNJ models, 1949-1953, major airframe remanufacture.
New s/n, c/n:
T-6G-NA (NA-188) (Long Beach, California)
51-16071 / 51-16077   188-101 / 107                 7
T-6G-NF (NA-195, NA-197) (Fresno, California)
51-17354 / 51-17364   195-1 / 11
52-8197 / 52-8246       197-1 / 50
53-4555 / 53-4614       197-51 / 110               121
T-6G-NH (NA-182, NA-188) (Columbus, Ohio)
Original designation was T-6H-NH.
51-14314 / 51-15137   182-1 / 824
51-15138 / 51-15237   188-1 / 100                 924
T-6G-NI (NA-168) (Downey, California)
Original designation was T-6H-NT.
49-2897 / 49-3596   mixed 168-1 to 750
50-1277 / 50-1286   168-441 / 450
50-1287 / 50-1296   168-501 / 510
50-1297 / 50-1306   168-561 / 570
50-1307 / 50-1316   168-621 / 630
50-1317 / 50-1326   168-372 / 381                750

(LT-6G) 97 T-6G, 1950, Liaison designation, used in Korean war.
(FT-6G) 1 T-6G, prototype attack version, bombs on wing racks.
(RLT-6G) 4 T-6G, deliveries to Iran.


A rebuilt T-6G-NF Texan with s/n: 51-17355 and
new c/n: 195-2, note the redesigned canopy.

Blenheim Airshow, New Zealand, 2013.

US Navy

NJ-2 1 NJ-1(0949), temporary engine upgrade.
SNJ-3 298 AT-6A, aircraft in service with the US Navy.
Assigned BuNo. 01771 / 01976, 05435 / 05526.
SNJ-3C 55 SNJ-3, conversions with carrier arrestor hooks.
SNJ-4C 85 SNJ-4, conversions with carrier arrestor hooks.
SNJ-5 1195 AT-6D, aircraft in service with the US Navy.
Assigned BuNo. 43638 / 44037, 84819 / 85093,
90582 / 91101.
5 additional conversions cancelled.
(SNJ-5C) 1+ SNJ-5, conversions for deck landing training.
SNJ-6 411 AT-6F, aircraft in service with the US Navy.
Assigned BuNo. 111949 / 112359.
169 additional conversions cancelled.
(SNJ-6B) 1+ SNJ-6, armed conversions.
(SNJ-6C) 1+ SNJ-6, conversions with carrier arrestor hooks.
SNJ-7 6 SNJ-4/-5/-6, 1952, rebuilds to T-6G standards.
(SNJ-7B) 1+ SNJ-7, armed conversions.
(SNJ-7C) 3 SNJ-7, conversions with carrier arrestor hooks.

British RAF

Harvard Mk. IIA 747 AT-6C, aircraft in service with the RAF.
Assigned RAF s/n: EX100 / EX846.
53 to RNZAF as NZ1006 / NZ1057, NZ1070.
Some to SAAF and Rhodesia.
Harvard Mk. III 537 532 AT-6D / 5 SNJ-4, aircraft in service with the RAF.
Assigned RAF s/n: EX847 / EX999, EZ100 / EZ458,
FT955 / FT974, KE305 / KE309.
41 to RNZAF as NZ1058 / NZ1069, NZ1071 / NZ1099.
341 additional conversions cancelled.

FOREIGN MILITARY / CIVILIAN SERVICE
 - NA-16 series operated during and post WW2 by as many as 56 Air Forces
   around the World.
 - Many countries used the T-6 as an attack / fighter aircraft up to the 1970's.
 - Many aircraft sold on the civil market as sprayers, private aircraft, circuit racers,
   mail carriers, airliners, warbirds etc.
 - Bacon Super T-6S, 1957, civil prototype attempt by Erle L. Bacon Corp., CA.
   to remanufacture the T-6G with engine upgrade, wingtip tanks, tricycle landing
   gear and new canopy.

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