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Losses and Ejections

Date

Air Force

A'cft Unit / Serial

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crashed crew photo seat
31st August 2000
4:30 p.m. local time

USAF
T-6A 95-3008/RA 559th FTS
Randolph Air Force Base
 crashed      
Pilot ejected co-Pilot ejected  

Air Force Maj. Andy Roake, a spokesman for Randolph Air Force Base in San Antonio, said the crash of the T-6 Texan trainer II, a small propeller plane, occurred south of the city shortly after 4:30 p.m. local time.

The pilot and co-pilot both suffered cuts and bruises, and one of the men broke an ankle. No one on the ground was injured. The single-engine plane was assigned to the 177th Flying Training Squadron from the base, Roake said.


                                                                                                                                                                  photo USAF

3rd April 2004
USAF
Ratheon - Beech T-6A Texan II 99-3553
MY
39th Fighter Training Squadron, Moody AFB, Ga.
3rd FTS
Returning from a training mission and had just taken off from Savannah to return to Moody when the crash occurred near  Savannah-Hilton Head Arpt., Ga      
Capt. Judson Brinson
killed
Capt. Thomas Moore
killed
 
11th May 2004
USAF
T-6A   559th FTS damaged      
     
21st December 2004
USAF
T-6A   71st FTW damaged      
     
Wednesday 12th October 2006
USAF
Texan T-6A     USA Pilot ejected successfully   Martin-Baker US16LA
 Wednesday 28th November 2007
USAF
T-6 Texan II     Mid Air near the Columbus Air Force Base auxiliary airfield in Shuqualak     Martin-Baker
US16LA T-6
ejected ejected Martin-Baker
US16LA T-6
 Wednesday 28th November 2007
USAF
T-6 Texan II         Martin-Baker
US16LA T-6
ejected ejected Martin-Baker
US16LA T-6
Tuesday 4th June 2008
USAF
T-6A Texan II   AETC
Vance Air Force Base, Texas
Engine problem shortly after take off. Returning plane to land crash landed just short of runway damaging the landing gear.     Martin-Baker
US16LA T-6
Student pilot egressed safely on ground
no ejection
Instructor pilot egressed safely on ground
no ejection
Martin-Baker
US16LA T-6
Thursday 9th July 2009
17:50

USAF
T-6 Texan II
Trainer
  14th Flying Training Wing
Columbus AFB
Crashed in Starkville, Webster County      
Student Pilot
ejected
taken to the Baptist Memorial Hospital
no other occupant Martin Baker
Mark US16LA zero/zero ejection seat
Friday 2nd April 2010
12:55

USAF
T-6A Texan II   71st Flying Training Wing
Vance Air Force Base
Mishap during solo training mission at the south end of the air base      
Pilot
ejected safely on runway
  Martin Baker
Mark US16LA zero/zero ejection seat
 
 

 

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                                                                                                                                photo Martin-Baker     
Martin-Baker
US16LA T-6


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