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Beechcraft AT-7 Navigator

A picture of the Beechcraft AT-7 Navigator used in World War II

Based on the successful Beech Model 18 airliner, the AT-7 was used by the Army Air Forces to train Navigators during World War II and for a number of years after the war. Three students and an instructor were carried on each flight. Each student had a desk similar to the one he would work from in a bomber or transport, and they took turns practicing their navigational skills. The primary difference between these aircraft and a standard Beech 18 is the addition of an astrodome behind the cockpit for the students to use while working on celestial navigation problems.

Wingspan

47 ft 8 in.

Length

34 ft 3 in.

Height

10 ft

Weight

7,850 lbs (loaded)

Maximum Speed

224 MPH

Service Ceiling

18,400 ft

Range

585 miles

Engines

Two Pratt & Whitney R-985-25 radials, 450 horsepower each

Crew

2 pilots, 4 passengers

Manufacturer
Beechcraft

Markings
U.S. Army Air Forces, World War II

Designation
AT-7

Registration
N8073H

Serial Number
42-2438

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