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Old April 22nd 12, 11:47 PM
thighmister thighmister is offline
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Default What plane is this?

Never mind, I found out it's the Stearman A75.



My grandfather was an Army Air Corps teacher, flying B-17s. I always wondered what plane this was and what it might have been used for. It looks like it must be a biplane to me. Would they still have been using those for training?
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Last edited by thighmister : April 23rd 12 at 02:36 AM. Reason: answer found
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