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Ant's Airplanes T-28A Trojan

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Ant's Airplanes T-28A Donationware for FSX SP2 and Prepar3D V2.0 or later

This aircraft is released as donationware. You can freely download and use the aircraft. You can show your appreciation by making a donation to either:

www.aussiex.org or

www.sim-outhouse.com

These websites do not take advertising and rely completely on user donations to cover the costs of hosting their websites so any contribution will help to ensure your future access to awesome freeware.

The T-28A was the US Air Force trainer during the 1950's. It was only used by the USAF for a short time. The original aircraft had a mere 800hp 7 cylinder engine which led to sluggish performance.

Later the T-28B and T-28C were developed for the US Navy and these aircraft had a much more powerful 1425hp engine.

The T-28D and Fennec were old T-28A aircraft that were modified to fit the larger 1425hp engine and used in various air forces and conflicts around the world during the 60's and 70's.

This aircraft is not public domain nor is it freeware. You cannot redistribute this software in any way either in full or in part. You cannot upload this to any file sharing site or file library.

This aircraft is only made available from www.aussiex.org, www.sim-outhouse.com and www.antsairplanes.com

This aircraft also serves as a demo version for the more powerful payware T-28B/C and T-28D aircraft available from www.antsairplanes.com. You can download and install this aircraft to test how well the aircraft performs on your computer system.




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