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Fuji T-1

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The Fuji T-1 was Japan's first jet-powered trainer aircraft. The first flight was in January 1958. A total of sixty-six T-1 planes were built. It was retired from JASDF service in March 2006.

Variants[edit]

  • T1F1: Prototype version.
  • T-1A: Powered by a 17.79 kN (4,000 lbf) Bristol Siddeley Orpheus Mk.805 turbojet engine. The original designation was T1F2. 46 built.
  • T-1B: Powered by an 11.77 kN (2,645 lbf) Ishikawajima-Harima J3-IHI-3 turbojet engine. 20 built.
  • T-1C: Converted to 13.72 kN (3,085 lbf) Ishikawajima-Harima J3-IHI-7 engines.

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