FSX North American T-28 Trojan

PreviewThis is Tim Conrad's FS9 T-28 Trojan Modified For FSX.

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Complete with Base Model
Download hits
Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
File size
27.3 MB
Virus Scan
Scanned 16 days ago (clean)
Access to file
Free (Freeware)
Content Rating
5 star rating.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars by 1 PRO members.

This is Tim Conrad's FS9 T-28 Trojan Modified For FSX.

T-28 Trojan for FSX

The T-28 was the primary trainer for many Air Force and Navy pilots. This model is painted in colors of the United States Navy.

T-28As were built from 1950 - 1953 and used as trainers by the Navy and Air Force. The T-28A was powered by an 800 hp. Wright R-1300 with a 2blade constant speed propeller.

Modifications and textures by Mark Rooks of RDG Aircraft.

Aircraft has a 2D and 3D panel. Includes Pictures and History of the T-28 Trojan.

Images & Screenshots

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The archive t28fsx.zip has 9 files and directories contained within it.

File Contents

This list displays the first 500 files in the package. If the package has more, you will need to download it to view them.

Filename/Directory File Date File Size
gauges.zip12.17.06711.29 kB
Original panel.zip06.01.096.69 MB
Read Me First.txt06.05.092.88 kB
Reg. Text.txt06.05.09499 B
Screen T28.jpg06.05.09183.70 kB
T-28 Picture and History.zip06.05.097.27 MB
T-28 U.S.zip06.05.0912.50 MB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B
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Eric BishopSun, 24 May 2020 00:33:38 GMT

In your discretion for the T-28, you call it a primary trainer and in fact, it is an advanced trainer it taught jet pilots how to fly at slow speeds, the primary trainer was the T34 A, B, C, and models A model was Air force B being Navy C also Navy and also the C was a turboprop.

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