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Consolidated PT-1 26-301

26-301 Consolidated PT-1, Date Unknown
Consolidated PT-1 26-301

At right, the Consolidated PT-1 with AAC number 26-301. Based at March Field, Riverside, CA, this airplane landed at Tucson on October, 31, 1927. The pilot, Lt. J.M. Bevans, remained overnight in Tucson and departed back to Riverside the next day.

This airplane was a basic trainer with a Hisso 180 HP engine installed. Bevans landed again at Tucson about two years later flying a DeHavilland trainer, still based at and returning to Riverside.


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