North American T-2B Buckeye ZU-NVY s/n 291-34 Accepted January 2, 1967 by U.S. Navy

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3,983 Hrs TTSNEW 13,484 Landings, F.I. 50%


P&W J60-P-6 (JT12) Each rated at 2,950 lbs. max. thrust (standard day at sea level) LH: 1,373 Hrs TTSNEW, 1,279 Hrs TSO, 2,016 Cycles Since New RH: 1,378 Hrs TTSNEW, 175 Hrs TSO, 250 Cycles Since New


  • Garmin 530 GPS/NAV/COMM
  • Garmin SL-40 COM
  • Trutrak Auto Pilot
  • EFIS Display
  • Garmin GNS-430 GPS/NAV/COM (rear cockpit)
  • Garmin GMA-340 Audio Panel
  • Intercom
  • Garmin GTX-327 Transponder
  • Voice Actuated Intercom
  • Encoder


  • Dual high pressure oxygen systems
  • Hot Canopy
  • Operational Arresting Hook
  • AOA Indicators


Painted to U.S. Navy training colors by Sabreliner, Corp. (2006)


Tricycle; hydraulic retracted; conventional air/oil shock strut


Workstands or ladders not required for servicing or maintenance Large quick-open access doors for equipment, accessories, and engines System components grouped together in spacious compartments Engines accessible and easily removed from ground level Battery starting


Nose Wheel and Tires Brakes Main Tires


  • Engine condition inspection completed in October 2006
  • Landing gear overhauled in October 2006
  • Main fuel cell replaced in October 2006
  • New Canopy 2007
  • Detailed Military Records
  • Duplicate controls and instruments each cockpit
  • Current Condition Inspection


The T-2B Buckeye jet trainer aircraft was produced for the U.S. Navy by North American Aviation at Columbus. T-2B trainers were used by the Naval Air Training Command to conduct basic jet flight training for future Navy and Marine Corps aviators. The trainer 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. Buckeyes also were produced by Venezuela (T-21) and Greece (T-2E). The two-place high performance Buckeye was used for a wide variety of pilot training, from the student’s first jet flight to fully qualified flight. 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.
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