Living History Presentation:
The AT-6 trainer
Saturday, September 30th, 11AM-2PM
Several hundred thousand pilots earned their wings in the North American AT-6 Texan, also called the SNJ by the Navy, or the Harvard by the RAF.
Introduced just prior to World War II, the Texan served 34 countries over a 25-year span. Nearly every Allied World War II pilot learned to fly in the T-6. This venerable aircraft proudly earned its nickname, “The Pilot Maker.”
On Saturday, September 30th, CAF SoCal hosted an event focused on what many consider the greatest military trainer.
Experience living history.