- Role: Trainer
- First flight: April 1, 1935
- Number built: 15,495
- Primary users: U.S. Army Air Forces, U.S. Navy, Royal Air Force, Royal Canadian Air Force
- Wingspan: 42ft 0" (12.81m)
- Length: 29ft 0" (8.84m)
- Height: 11ft 8" (3.57m)
- Max. speed: 208mph (335km/h)
- Engine: Pratt & Whitney R-1340-AN-1 Wasp radial
June 2020 winner:
Ron Hart, Engineering Drafting Manager, ALOFT AeroArchitects, Georgetown, Delaware
How long have you been in the aerospace business? 35 years
How did you become interested in aircraft? As a kid, my dad was in the U.S. Navy, and I remember watching the B-52 bombers launching from Guam as they went to Vietnam.
What is your favorite aircraft and why? When I first joined the Air Force, the first aircraft I worked on was the F-4 Phantom. To me this aircraft was what a true fighter aircraft looked like. I remember looking up at a F-4 as it rumbled down the runway and lifted into the air. What a sight and what a feeling through your body from the afterburner.
Schultz Steel Co.
South Gate, California
Gloucester High School
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