Login / Register
Go to Login page
Your browser does not support this video.
Copy video URL
Copy video URL at current time
McDonnell Aircraft FH-1 Phantom B-roll
North American Aviation P-51 Mustang Factory Test Flight
North American Aviation YF-107 Ultra Sabre B-roll
P-51 Mustangs Set Transcontinental US Flight Record, 1944
North American Aviation B-25C Mitchell Test Flight
Rockwell HiMAT Test Flight
North American Aviation P-51D Mustang Factory Test Flight
NA-16 and AT-6 Texan Scenes
Boeing 707 Flight Test
Douglas F3D Skyknight B-roll
North American Aviation B-25H Mitchell Factory Testing
North American Aviation B-25C Mitchell Factory Testing
North American Aviation A-36 Invader Footage
North American Aviation F-86 Sabre
First Flight of the 747-100, February 9, 1969
North American Aviation PBJ (B-25 Mitchell) B-roll
Douglas A-1 Skyraider Aircraft Carrier B-roll
Stearman Kaydet Footage
Boeing Vertol Model 107-II in Action, 1960s
X-31A Vector Flight Test Highlights
T-2 Buckeye B-roll
North American's T-2C Buckeye jet trainer aircraft were used by the Naval Air Training Command to conduct basic jet flight training.
The T-2 established an outstanding record of safety and reliability while providing training for more than 11,000 students to pilot 18 different models of Navy jet aircraft. The aircraft was used for teaching a wide range of skills, including high-altitude, high-speed formation and aerobatic flights; basic and radio instruments; night and day navigation; and gunnery, bombing, and carrier operations.
The Buckeye had a tandem seating arrangement with the rear seat elevated to provide student and instructor pilot with excellent visibility. The front and rear cockpits had duplicate controls, allowing control of the aircraft from either cockpit. The rocket-catapult ejection seats provided emergency escape capabilities. The flying characteristics, control response, low stall speed, and good stability of the T-2C combined to provide the qualities required of a good training aircraft.
In addition, the T-2C was a rugged, versatile, and forgiving aircraft. The T-2 provided excellent control during takeoff and landing had performance capabilities equal to many jet tactical aircraft. The airframe was constructed to withstand carrier landings, inadvertent high G-loads, and rough landings encountered during student training.
Add to lightbox
Add to cart
720px × 480px 10MB
air to air
full body views
historic production status
Naval Air Station Pensacola