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From 1942 through 1944 the Women Airforce Service Pilots flew every type of aircraft the Army Air Force used during World War II, were stationed at 120 bases across the United States and flew over 60 million miles. In less than one year, the 35 WAFS/WASP stationed at New Castle Army Air Force Base in Delaware had delivered 3,000 planes. During the last six months of 1944, the WASP ferried every P-47 produced by Republic Aviation in Long Island, New York.

Airplane Chart

This chart contains the name of the plane, AAF numbers, nicknames given to the plane by the authorities or the persons who flew them, information about who built the body and engine of the plane as well as where and why it was used in World War II. The information came from a variety of places including the WASP Collection in the Special Collections at Blagg-Huey Library at Texas Woman’s University and the website DavesWarbirds.

Base Plane Chart

This chart lists the bases that the WASP were stationed at as well as the planes that were flown at each base and the jobs the WASP did while flying the planes. The material for this chart was found at a variety of places including the website Abandoned & Little Known Airfields and the WASP Collection in the Special Collections at Blagg-Huey Library at Texas Woman’s University.

Bibliography for Airplane Chart and Base Plane Chart

Freeman, Paul. Abandoned & Little Known Airfields. (accessed March, April 2014)

Hanson, David. American Aircraft of World War II. Website. (accessed March 2014)

List of aircraft of World War II. Wikipedia. (accessed March 2014)

McGowan, Tracey. Aircraft flown by WASP. Chart. Historical Subject Files, Women Airforce Service Pilots Collection. From Texas Woman’s University, Denton, Texas. (accessed January 2014)

Parrish, Nancy. AAF Bases and Fields: WASP Duty Stations 1942-1944. List. Wasp On the Web, Wings Across America.(accessed November 2013)

Women Airforce Service Pilots Collection. Woman’s Collection, Blagg-Huey Library, Texas Woman’s University. (accessed November 2013 to June 2014)



Airplane Chart

 

 

 

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: A-20 (P-70, F-3)
Airplane Nickname: Havoc
Use: Attack bomber, photo recon
Engine: Wright "Cyclone" (2)
Manufacturer: Douglas
Base Flown From: Elgin AAB, Homestead, Florida

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: A-24 (SBD-3, RA-24, F-24)
Airplane Nickname: Dauntless
Use: Dive bomber, tow target
Engine: Wright
Manufacturer: Douglas
Base Flown From: Santa Monica AAB, Santa Monica, California Liberty Field, Hinesville, Georgia Camp Davis, Holly Ridge, North Carolina Biggs AAF, El Paso, Texas Kelly AAB, San Antonio

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: A-25 (SBD-2-1)
Airplane Nickname: Helldiver, Shrike
Use: Dive bomber, tow target
Engine: Wright GR-2600
Manufacturer: Curtiss
Base Flown From: March AAB, Riverside, California Liberty Field, Hinesville, Georgia Camp Davis, Holly Ridge, North Carolina

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: A-36
Airplane Nickname: Apache, Invader, Mustang
Use: Ground attack, dive bomber
Engine: Allison V-1710-87 V-12
Manufacturer: North American
Base Flown From: Elgin AAB, Homestead, Florida

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: AC-130 H
Airplane Nickname: Spectre
Use:
Engine:
Manufacturer:
Base Flown From:

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: AT-10
Airplane Nickname: Wichita
Use: Advanced training
Engine: Lycoming R-680(2)
Manufacturer: Beechcraft
Base Flown From: Gunter AAF, Gunter, Alabama Blytheville AAF, Blytheville, Arkansas Stuttgart AAB, Stuttgart, Arkansas Salinas AAB, Salinas, California Moody AAB, Valdosta, Georgia Turner AAB, Albany, Georgia Pocatello AAB, Pocatello, Idaho George AAB, Lawrencville, Illinois Freeman AAF, Seymour, Indiana Selman AAF, Monroe, Louisiana Greenville AAF, Greenville, Mississippi Columbus AAF, Columbus, Mississippi Las Vegas Army Air Field, Las Vegas, Nevada Blackland AAF, Waco, Texas Ellington AAF, Houston, Texas Lubbock AAB, Lubbock, Texas

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: AT-11 (AT-7, C-45, F-2, UC-45)
Airplane Nickname: Kansan, Expediter
Use: Bombardier and gunner trainer
Engine: P&W (2)
Manufacturer: Beechcraft
Base Flown From: Maxwell Field, Montgomery, Alabama Yuma AAF, Yuma, Arizona Chico AAF, Chico, California Half Moon Bay Flight Strip, Moss Beach, California Stockton AAB, Stockton, California Victorville AAB, Victorville, California Liberty Field, Hinesville, Georgia 23rd Weather Region HQ, Kansas City, Kansas Otis AAB, Falmouth, Massachusetts Rosecrans AAF, St. Joseph, Missouri Grand Island AAB, Grand Island, Nebraska Alamagordo AAB, Alamagordo, New Mexico Mitchell Field, Lynbrook, Long Island, New York Asheville Weather Wing HQ, Asheville, North Carolina Biggs AAF, El Paso, Texas Childress AAF, Childress, Texas Hondo AAF, Hondo, Texas Moore AAB, Mission, Texas Randolph AAB, San Antonio, Texas San Marcos AAB, San Marcos, Texas Casper AAF, Casper, Wyoming

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: AT-17 (UC-78, AT-8)
Airplane Nickname: Bobcat, Bamboo Bomber, Double breasted Cub
Use: Liaison, cargo, advanced trainer
Engine: Jacobs (2) R-755
Manufacturer: Cessna
Base Flown From: Courtland AAF, Courtland, Alabama Gunter AAF, Gunter, Alabama Maxwell Field, Montgomery, Alabama Douglas AAF, Douglas, Arizona Stuttgart AAB, Stuttgart, Arkansas, Chico AAF, Chico, California Half Moon Bay Flight Strip, Moss Beach, California Minter Field, Bakersfield, California Salinas AAB, Salinas, California Stockton AAB, Stockton, California Pueblo AAB, Pueble, Colorado Scott AAB, Gary, Indiana Garden City AAB, Garden City, Kansas Pratt AAB, Pratt, Kansas Strother Field, Winfield, Kansas Harding AAF, Baton Rouge, Louisiana Greenville AAF, Greenville, Mississippi Grand Island AAB, Grand Island, Nebraska Alamagordo AAB, Alamagordo, New Mexico Clovis AAF, Clovis, New Mexico Asheville Weather Wing HQ, Asheville, North Carolina Altus AAF, Altus, Oklahoma Frederick AAF, Frederick, Oklahoma Biggs AAF, El Paso, Texas Kelly AAB, San Antonio Lubbock AAB, Lubbock, Texas Marfa AAB, Marfa, Texas Moore AAB, Mission, Texas Pecos AAB, Pecos, Texas Perrin AAB, Sherman, Texas

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: AT-18 (C-63, C-111, P-29)
Airplane Nickname: Hudson
Use: Liaison, light bomber
Engine: Wright
Manufacturer: Lockheed
Base Flown From: Scott AAB, Gary, Indiana

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: AT-19 (UC-81)
Airplane Nickname: Reliant
Use: Transport, trainer
Engine: Lycoming
Manufacturer: Stinson-Vultee
Base Flown From:

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: AT-6 (A-27, AT-16, BC-1)
Airplane Nickname: Texan
Use: Advanced training
Engine: P&W R-1340(2)
Manufacturer: North American
Base Flown From: Craig AAF, Selma, Alabama Gunter AAF, Gunter, Alabama Napier AAB, Dothan, Alabama Douglas AAF, Douglas, Arizona Luke Field, Goodyear, Arizona Williams AAF, Chandler, Arizona Stuttgart AAB, Stuttgart, Arkansas Merced AAF, Merced, California Minter Field, Bakersfield, California Palm Springs AAB Palm Springs, California Santa Ana Air Base, Ontario, California Stockton AAB, Stockton, California La Junta AAF, La Junta, Colorado Buckingham AAF, Fort Meyers, Florida Elgin AAB, Homestead, Florida Marianna AAB, Marianna, Florida Cochran AAF, Macon, Georgia Spence AAB Moultrie, Georgia Pocatello AAB, Pocatello, Idaho Scott AAB, Gary, Indiana Jackson AAF, Jackson, Mississippi Las Vegas Army Air Field, Las Vegas, Nevada Deming AAF, Deming, New Mexico Frederick AAF, Frederick, Oklahoma Aloe AAF, Victoria, Texas Bryan AAB, Bryan, Texas Eagle Pass AAB, Eagle Pass, Texas Foster AAF, Victoria, Texas Goodfellow AAF, San Angelo, Texas Lubbock AAB, Lubbock, Texas Moore AAB, Mission, Texas Pecos AAB, Pecos, Texas Perrin AAB, Sherman, Texas Randolph AAB, San Antonio, Texas Waco AAF, Waco, Texas

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: AT-9
Airplane Nickname: Jeep
Use: Twin engine trainer
Engine: Lycoming
Manufacturer: Curtiss
Base Flown From: Douglas AAF, Douglas, Arizona

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: B-17 (F-9, RA-17)
Airplane Nickname: Flying Fortress
Use: Heavy bomber, gunner training
Engine: Wright R-1820-65(4)
Manufacturer: Boeing
Base Flown From: Buckingham AAF, Fort Meyers, Florida Gowen AAB, Boise, Idaho Garden City AAB, Garden City, Kansas Walker AAB, Victoria, Kansas Las Vegas Army Air Field, Las Vegas, Nevada Alamagordo AAB, Alamagordo, New Mexico Clovis AAF, Clovis, New Mexico Lockbourne AAB, Columbus, Ohio Dyersburg AAF, Dyersburg, Tennessee Wendover AAB, Wendover, Utah

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: B-18 (C-58, DC-2)
Airplane Nickname: Bolo
Use: Patrol bomber, transport, cargo, anti submarine warcraft
Engine: Wright
Manufacturer: Douglas
Base Flown From: Santa Monica AAB, Santa Monica, California

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: B-24 (C-87, F-7, C-109, AT-22)
Airplane Nickname: The Liberator
Use: Heavy bomber, transport, photo recon, target
Engine: P&W R-1830(4)
Manufacturer: Consolidated
Base Flown From: Courtland AAF, Courtland, Alabama Gunter AAF, Gunter, Alabama Maxwell Field, Montgomery, Alabama Luke Field, Goodyear, Arizona March AAB, Riverside, California Victorville AAB, Victorville, California Pueblo AAB, Pueble, Colorado Gowen AAB, Boise, Idaho Frederick AAF, Frederick, Oklahoma Casper AAF, Casper, Wyoming

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: B-25 (F-10)
Airplane Nickname: Mitchell
Use: Medium bomber, photo recon, anti ship bomber
Engine: Wright R-2600 (2)
Manufacturer: North American
Base Flown From: Douglas AAF, Douglas, Arizona Blytheville AAF, Blytheville, Arkansas Mather AAB, Sacramento, California Palm Springs AAB Palm Springs, California Salinas AAB, Salinas, California La Junta AAF, La Junta, Colorado Pueblo AAB, Pueble, Colorado Elgin AAB, Homestead, Florida Atlanta Weather Wing Atlanta, Georgia Moody AAB, Valdosta, Georgia Turner AAB, Albany, Georgia Key AAF, Meridian, Mississippi Romulus AAB, Romulus, Michigan Fairfax Field, Kansas City, Missouri Rosecrans AAF, St. Joseph, Missouri Deming AAF, Deming, New Mexico Asheville Weather Wing HQ, Asheville, North Carolina South Plains AAB, Lubbock, Texas

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: B-26 (AT-23, A-26, TB-26)
Airplane Nickname: Maraduar, Widow Maker
Use: Medium bomber, gunnery training
Engine: P&W R-2800 (2)
Manufacturer: Martin
Base Flown From: Kingman AAB, Kingman, Arizona Luke Field, Goodyear, Arizona Yuma AAF, Yuma, Arizona March AAB, Riverside, California Palm Springs AAB Palm Springs, California Peterson AAB, Colorado Springs, Colorado Pueblo AAB, Pueble, Colorado Tyndall AAB, Panama City, Florida Gowen AAB, Boise, Idaho Pocatello AAB, Pocatello, Idaho Dodge City AAB, Dodge City, Kansas Garden City AAB, Garden City, Kansas Pratt AAB, Pratt, Kansas Las Vegas Army Air Field, Las Vegas, Nevada Deming AAF, Deming, New Mexico Biggs AAF, El Paso, Texas Harlingen AAF, Harlingen, Texas Laredo AAB, Laredo, Texas

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: B-29 (C-97, F-13, B-50)
Airplane Nickname: Superfortress
Use: Heavy bomber, cargo, photo recon,
Engine: Wright R-3350-23 (4)
Manufacturer: Boeing
Base Flown From: Elgin AAB, Homestead, Florida Smoky Hill AAB, Salinas, Kansas Clovis AAF, Clovis, New Mexico Wendover AAB, Wendover, Utah

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: B-34 (B-37, RB-37, RB-34B)
Airplane Nickname: Ventura, Lexington
Use: Bomber
Engine: P&W R-2800 (2)
Manufacturer: Lockheed
Base Flown From: March AAB, Riverside, California Santa Monica AAB, Santa Monica, California Liberty Field, Hinesville, Georgia Biggs AAF, El Paso, Texas

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: BT-13 (BT-15)
Airplane Nickname: Valiant, Vibrator
Use: Basic trainer
Engine: Pratt & Whitney "Wasp"
Manufacturer: Vultee
Base Flown From: Courtland AAF, Courtland, Alabama Gunter AAF, Gunter, Alabama Luke Field, Goodyear, Arizona Marana AAF, Marana, Arizona Williams AAF, Chandler, Arizona Yuma AAF, Yuma, Arizona Newport AAF, Newport, Arkansas Chico AAF, Chico, California Gardner AAB, Taft, California Lemoore AAB, Lemoore, California Merced AAF, Merced, California Minter Field, Bakersfield, California Palm Springs AAB Palm Springs, California Salinas AAB, Salinas, California Victorville AAB, Victorville, California La Junta AAF, La Junta, Colorado Buckingham AAF, Fort Meyers, Florida Tyndall AAB, Panama City, Florida Bainbridge AAF, Bainbridge, Georgia Cochran AAF, Macon, Georgia Moody AAB, Valdosta, Georgia Spence AAB Moultrie, Georgia Pocatello AAB, Pocatello, Idaho Coffeyville AAB, Coffeyville, Kansas Garden City AAB, Garden City, Kansas Harding AAF, Baton Rouge, Louisiana Greenville AAF, Greenville, Mississippi Greenwood AAB, Greenwood, Mississippi Fairfax Field, Kansas City, Missouri Enid AAB, Enid, Oklahoma Shaw AAB, Sumpter, South Carolina Bryan AAB, Bryan, Texas Goodfellow AAF, San Angelo, Texas Majors AAF, Greenville, Texas Perrin AAB, Sherman, Texas Waco AAF, Waco, Texas Casper AAF, Casper, Wyoming

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: BT-14
Airplane Nickname: Yale
Use: Basic trainer
Engine: Wright
Manufacturer: North American
Base Flown From: Douglas AAF, Douglas, Arizona Independence AAF, Independence, Kansas Enid AAB, Enid, Oklahoma

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: BT-9
Airplane Nickname: (Obsolete)
Use: Basic trainer
Engine: Wright
Manufacturer: North American
Base Flown From:

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: C-141B
Airplane Nickname: Starlifter
Use:
Engine:
Manufacturer:
Base Flown From:

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: C-46
Airplane Nickname: Commando, Pregnant Guppy
Use: Transport
Engine: P&W R-2800 (2)
Manufacturer: Curtiss
Base Flown From: Wendover AAB, Wendover, Utah

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: C-47 (C-49, C-53, DC-3)
Airplane Nickname: Dakota, Skytrain, Gooney Bird
Use: Transport
Engine: P&W R-1830 (2)
Manufacturer: Douglas
Base Flown From: Palm Springs AAB Palm Springs, California Smoky Hill AAB, Salinas, Kansas Strother Field, Winfield, Kansas Walker AAB, Victoria, Kansas Romulus AAB, Romulus, Michigan Rosecrans AAF, St. Joseph, Missouri Grand Island AAB, Grand Island, Nebraska Alamagordo AAB, Alamagordo, New Mexico Fort Sumner AAF, Fort Sumner, New Mexico

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: C-54 (YC-116, C-4)
Airplane Nickname: Skymaster
Use: Cargo, transport
Engine: P&W R-2000 (4)
Manufacturer: Douglas
Base Flown From: Wendover AAB, Wendover, Utah

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: C-60 (B-34, C-56)
Airplane Nickname: Lodestar
Use: Liaison, transport, target tow, light bomber
Engine: Wright R-1820 (2)
Manufacturer: Lockheed-Vega
Base Flown From: Asheville Weather Wing HQ, Asheville, North Carolina South Plains AAB, Lubbock, Texas

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: CG-4A
Airplane Nickname: Waco
Use: Tow target, troop/cargo military glider
Engine:
Manufacturer: Waco Aircraft Company
Base Flown From: South Plains AAB, Lubbock, Texas

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: L-1 (O-49)
Airplane Nickname: Vigilant
Use: Towed gliders, trainer, spotter, ambulance
Engine:
Manufacturer: Stinson
Base Flown From:

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: L-2 (TG-6, UC-95, O-57)
Airplane Nickname: Grasshopper
Use: Glider tow, cargo, artillery spotter
Engine: Continental
Manufacturer: Taylorcraft
Base Flown From: Pratt AAB, Pratt, Kansas

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: L-3 (TG-5, O-58)
Airplane Nickname: Grasshopper, Defender
Use: Glider tow, spotter, liaison
Engine: Continental
Manufacturer: Aeronca
Base Flown From:

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: L-4 (TG-8, UC-83, OB-2, O-59)
Airplane Nickname: Cub, Grasshopper
Use: Glider tow, cargo, spotter
Engine: Continental, Franklin, Lycoming
Manufacturer: Piper
Base Flown From:

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: L-5 (L-9, O-62)
Airplane Nickname: Sentinel
Use: Liaison, ambulance, photo recon
Engine: Franklin
Manufacturer: Stinson-Vultee
Base Flown From: Pueblo AAB, Pueble, Colorado Pratt AAB, Pratt, Kansas Walker AAB, Victoria, Kansas Grand Island AAB, Grand Island, Nebraska Alamagordo AAB, Alamagordo, New Mexico Dyersburg AAF, Dyersburg, Tennessee

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: L-6 (O-63)
Airplane Nickname: Cadet, Grasshopper
Use: Liaison, utility, trainer
Engine: Lycoming
Manufacturer: Stearman (Boeing)
Base Flown From:

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: P-38 (F-4, F-5, F-38)
Airplane Nickname: Lightening
Use: Pursuit, photo recon
Engine: Allison (2) V-1710-111 (left), V-17-113 (right)
Manufacturer: Lockheed-Vega
Base Flown From: Palm Springs AAB Palm Springs, California

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: P-39
Airplane Nickname: Aircobra
Use: Pursuit, fighter
Engine: Allison 1710-E4
Manufacturer: Bell
Base Flown From: Palm Springs AAB Palm Springs, California Elgin AAB, Homestead, Florida Las Vegas Army Air Field, Las Vegas, Nevada

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: P-40 (P-36, F-40)
Airplane Nickname: Warhawk, Kittyhawk, Tomahawk
Use: Pursuit, photo recon
Engine: Allison V-1710-C15 (2)
Manufacturer: Curtiss
Base Flown From: Palm Springs AAB Palm Springs, California Laredo AAB, Laredo, Texas

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: P-47 (F-47, RO-47)
Airplane Nickname: Thunderbolt
Use: Fighter, bomber escort
Engine: P&W "Twin Wasp"
Manufacturer: Republic
Base Flown From: Palm Springs AAB Palm Springs, California Elgin AAB, Homestead, Florida Deming AAF, Deming, New Mexico Biggs AAF, El Paso, Texas

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: P-51 (F-6, F-51)
Airplane Nickname: Mustang
Use: Fighter, bomber escort, photo recon
Engine: Rolls Royce Merlin
Manufacturer: North American
Base Flown From: Palm Springs AAB Palm Springs, California

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: P-61 (F-15, RF-61)
Airplane Nickname: Black Widow
Use: Night fighter, photo recon
Engine: Allison
Manufacturer: Northrup
Base Flown From:

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: P-63 (QF-63)
Airplane Nickname: Kingcobra
Use: Pursuit, fighter
Engine:
Manufacturer: Bell
Base Flown From: Palm Springs AAB Palm Springs, California Laredo AAB, Laredo, Texas

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: PQ- 14
Airplane Nickname:
Use: Drone target
Engine: Franklin
Manufacturer: Culver
Base Flown From: Half Moon Bay Flight Strip, Moss Beach, California March AAB, Riverside, California Salinas AAB, Salinas, California Liberty Field, Hinesville, Georgia Otis AAB, Falmouth, Massachusetts Biggs AAF, El Paso, Texas

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: PQ-8
Airplane Nickname: Kaydet
Use: Drone target
Engine: Lycoming
Manufacturer: Culver
Base Flown From: March AAB, Riverside, California Muroc Lake (Edwards AFB), Edwards, California Liberty Field, Hinesville, Georgia Otis AAB, Falmouth, Massachusetts Biggs AAF, El Paso, Texas

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: PT-13 (PT-17, PT-18, PT-27)
Airplane Nickname: Kaydet
Use: Primary trainer
Engine: Lycoming
Manufacturer: Stearman (Boeing)
Base Flown From:

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: PT-17 (bi-plane)
Airplane Nickname: Stearman
Use: Primary trainer
Engine: Continental R-670-5
Manufacturer: Stearman (Boeing)
Base Flown From: Napier AAB, Dothan, Alabama Gardner AAB, Taft, California Moody AAB, Valdosta, Georgia

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: PT-19 (PT-23, PT-26)
Airplane Nickname: Cornell (PT-26)
Use: Primary trainer
Engine: Ranger
Manufacturer: Fairchild
Base Flown From: Eagle Pass AAB, Eagle Pass, Texas Goodfellow AAF, San Angelo, Texas Randolph AAB, San Antonio, Texas

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: PT-22 (PT-20, PT-21)
Airplane Nickname: Recruit
Use: Primary trainer
Engine: Kinner
Manufacturer: Ryan
Base Flown From: Merced AAF, Merced, California Palm Springs AAB Palm Springs, California

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: UC-61
Airplane Nickname: Forwarder, Argus
Use: Cargo, trainer
Engine: Warner
Manufacturer: Fairchild
Base Flown From:

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: UC-64 (Canadian)
Airplane Nickname: Norseman
Use: Transport
Engine: Pratt & Whitney R-1340-AN1
Manufacturer: Noorduyn
Base Flown From: Stuttgart AAB, Stuttgart, Arkansas

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: YP-59A
Airplane Nickname:
Use: Experimental jet
Engine:
Manufacturer: Bell
Base Flown From:

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: YPQ-12
Airplane Nickname:
Use: Experimental drone
Engine: Lycoming
Manufacturer: Fleetwings
Base Flown From:

Airplane Name/ AAF Numbers: YPT-25
Airplane Nickname:
Use: Experimental, primary trainer
Engine:
Manufacturer: Ryan
Base Flown From:

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