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T-37 Tweety Bird Model

Air Force T37 Tweet Wood Model Airplane


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T-37 Tweety Bird Model

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Museum quality T37 Tweety Bird plane trainer wooden, perfect gift for pilots and collectors.

Model Airplane: USAF Tweet T37
Span: 8.5"
Length: 7.5"
Scale: 1/48
Material: Mahogany
Manufacturer: Cessna
Company: US Air Force

Model Airplane Factory offers handmade T37 Tweety Bird model wooden, artistically created by our master craftsmen. Every T-37 Tweety Bird model wooden trainer is a work of art. Our USAF Tweet T-37 model trainer display is a beautiful, handmade authentic replica, made from the very finest grade of select kiln-dried mahogany wood and painstakingly decorated by our skilled craftsmen. From raw kiln-dried mahogany wood, it undergoes processes to accomplish a precise T37 Tweety Bird display wood model trainer; from carving, sanding, coating, painting and detailing to a creatively done wooden replica of the T-37 Tweety Bird. The rich color paint scheme and markings of the USAF Tweet T37 are cautiously painted to the assembled T-37 Tweety Bird trainer wood display. This USAF Tweet T-37 trainer wood plane made of mahogany comes with a metal stand and wooden base.

The production T-37A was similar to the XT-37 prototypes, except for minor changes to fix problems revealed by the flight test program. The first T-37A was completed in September 1955, executing its maiden flight that year, and was delivered to the Air Force in June 1956. The USAF began cadet training in the T-37A during 1957. It was manufactured by Cessna and its primary users are the United States Air Force, Brazilian Air Force, Pakistani Air Force, and the Portuguese Air Force.

The T-37A had one very noticeable drawback: it was very noisy, even by the standards of a jet aircraft. The intake of air into its small turbojets emitted a high-pitched shriek that led some to describe the trainer as a "Screaming Mimi", and it was referred to as the "6,000 pound dog whistle" or "Converter" (converts fuel and air into noise and smoke.) The piercing whistle quickly gave the T-37 its name: "Tweety Bird", or just "Tweet". The Air Force spent a lot of time and money sound-proofing buildings at bases where the T-37 was stationed, and ear protection was mandatory for all ground crew and pilots when near an operating aircraft.

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