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Raytheon Texan 2 (N6167) - U.S. Navy Beechcraft T-6B Texan II 6167 on the ramp at Gulf Air Center, Jack Edwards National Airport, Gulf Shores, AL - March 16, 2017.
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Raytheon Texan 2 (N6167)

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U.S. Navy Beechcraft T-6B Texan II 6167 on the ramp at Gulf Air Center, Jack Edwards National Airport, Gulf Shores, AL - March 16, 2017.

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cliff731
U.S. Navy BuNo 166167, MSN PN-158; according to Joe Baugher's published information. 6167 showing on the tail is the modex number.
Rick FinchPhoto Uploader
Thanks! I hate the way FlightAware does military traffic. Their program always puts an "N" in front of whatever number you throw up on it. Also, I'm not versed well enough on military tail and fuselage numbers to verifiably know which is what. First time shooting photos at Jack Edwards Airport. All the FBO people there were great at all three FBO's.
cliff731
Rick... you are welcome and I do enjoy the photos you share with us on FA. I believe if you enter the full USN BuNo as the "registration" number, that "N" might not show up... ditto for USAF and Army aircraft s/n's if you include the dash that follows the fiscal year prefix on those. USCG aircraft are numbered completely different, however.

Here's a good reference site for information relative to U.S. military aircraft "serial numbers" and "bureau numbers" - http://www.joebaugher.com/
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