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North American T-28 Trojan - The Sud Aviation Fennec

Original Database: 1 January 2007
Last Update: 18 September 2012

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A few definitions:
Armee de L’Air: French Air Force
EALA – Escadron d’ Aviation Legere d’ Appui: Light Aircraft Ground Support Squadron
Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina: Argentine Naval Aviation

Conversion Number, ex T-28A Serial Number, Notes:

Fennec #01, 51-3593, notes: USAF as a T-28A. Converted at NAA Columbus as the first Nomad, then to Pacific Aeromotive - registered as N79Z. Shipped to Sud Aviation in July 1959. First prototype Fennec. This Fennec was destroyed during a test flight in 1960, in France (or perhaps in Algeria).
Fennec #02, 51-3751, notes: USAF as T-28A. This was the second prototype Fennec and was built to production standards. It returned to the U.S. in 1968.To the Haitian Air Force – S/N 1245. Currently on the U.S. civil registry as N14108, as a T-28B.

Fennec # 1, 51-7632, notes: USAF as T-28A. After conversion this Fennec served with the Armee de L'Air, after which is went to the Royal Moroccan Air Force – S/N CNA-EP and then went to the Honduran Air Force - S/N EAM 226A - in 1978. In 1985, carrying the civil registration HR-226A, this Fennec went to the U.S. Currently on the U.S. civil registry as N632NA, as a T-28D (2000).
Fennec # 2, 51-7669, notes: Sold to the Royal Moroccan Air Force – S/N CNA-EA. Currently on the U.S. civil registry as N9860A, as a T-28D. Reportedly under restoration.
Fennec # 3, 51-7719, notes: This Fennec was reportedly destroyed in 1961, in Algeria.
Fennec # 4, 51-7730, notes: Currently on the U.S. civil registry as N9857A, as a T-28D. The registration is in question.
Fennec # 5, 51-7688, notes:
Fennec # 6, 51-1206, notes: Sold to the Royal Moroccan Air Force in 1965.
Fennec # 7, 51-7747, notes: Assigned to Armee de L’Air Squadron EALA 3/9. Sold to the Royal Moroccan Air Force in 1965.
Fennec # 8, 51-7844, notes: Sold to the Royal Moroccan Air Force – S/N CNA-EB. Sold to Honduran Air Force – S/N HR-227A
Fennec # 9, 52-1193, notes: This Fennec was reportedly destroyed in 1962, in Algeria.
Fennec # 10, 52-1195, notes: This Fennec was reportedly destroyed in 1961, in Algeria.
Fennec # 11, 51-7680, notes: Assigned to Armee de L’Air Squadron EALA 3/9. Later sold to Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina, and reportedly crashed in 1971.
Fennec # 12, 52-1198, notes: Sold to Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina, and reportedly crashed in 1978.
Fennec # 13, 52-1199, notes: Assigned to Armee de L’Air Squadron EALA 3/9. Later sold to Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina.
Fennec # 14, 52-1204, notes: Assigned to Armee de L’Air Squadron EALA 3/9. Later sold to Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina.
Fennec # 15, 52-1238, notes: U.S. civil registration N238V.
Fennec # 16, 52-1232, notes: Sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina.
Fennec # 17, 51-7817, notes: Sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina. Currently in the Naval Air Museum.
Fennec # 18, 52-1194, notes: Assigned to Armee de L’Air Squadron 3/9. Later sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina.
Fennec # 19, 51-7812, notes: Currently on the Canadian civil registry as C-BGKT.
Fennec # 20, 52-1231, notes: Sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina
Fennec # 21, 51-7845, notes: Reportedly wrecked in Patagonia.
Fennec # 22, 52-1241, notes: Served with Armee de L’Air, and crashed in Algeria in 1961.
Fennec # 23, 52-1226, notes: Sold to the Royal Moroccan Air Force – S/N CNA-EC. Sold to the Honduran Air Force – S/N HR228A. Sold to U. S. civil registration N8522X.
Fennec # 24, 51-7835, notes: U. S. civil registration N14145.
Fennec # 25, 51-7834, notes: Assigned to Armee de L’Air Squadron EALA 3/10. Now with U.S. civil registration N994CA.
Fennec # 26, 51-7799, notes: Assigned to Armee de L’Air Squadron EALA 3/10. Now with U.S. civil registration N91020.
Fennec # 27, 51-3624, notes:
Fennec # 28, 51-3635, notes: Sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina. Currently in the Naval Air Museum.
Fennec # 29, 51-3647, notes: Sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina. Currently be operated in Great Britain.
Fennec # 30, 51-3652, notes: Sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina.
Fennec # 31, 51-3677, notes: Sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina.
Fennec # 32, 51-3688, notes: Served with the Armee de L’Air. Crashed in Algeria in 1962.
Fennec # 33, 51-3699, notes: Served with the Armee de L’Air. Crashed in Algeria.
Fennec # 34, 51-3703, notes: Assigned to the Armee de L’Air Squadron EALA 3/5. Later sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina.
Fennec # 35, 51-3710, notes: Sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina.
Fennec # 36, 51-3715, notes: Sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina.
Fennec # 37, 51-3737, notes: Served with the Armee de L’Air. Crashed in Algeria in 1962.
Fennec # 38, 51-3752, notes: Served with the Armee de L’Air. Crashed in France in 1964.
Fennec # 39, 51-3755, notes: Assigned to the Armee de L’Air Squadron EALA 3/10. Later sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina.
Fennec # 40, 51-3488, notes: Assigned to the Armee de L’Air Squadron EALA 3/10. Later sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina.
Fennec # 41, 51-3551, notes: Assigned to the Armee de L’Air Squadron EALA 3/10. Shot down in Algeria in 1962. Later rebuilt and sold to the Royal Moroccan Air Force.
Fennec # 42, 51-3690, notes: U.S. civil registration N54612.
Fennec # 43, 51-3557, notes: Assigned to Armee de L’Air Squadron EALA 2/72. Served in Algeria in 1960. Sold to the Royal Moroccan Air Force – S/N CNA-EE. Sold to Honduran Air Force – S/N HR-229A. U.S civil registration N128RM.
Fennec # 44, 51-3529, notes: Sold to the Royal Moroccan Air Force.
Fennec # 45, 51-3540, notes: Offered to Morocco in 1965.
Fennec # 46, 51-3525, notes: Offered to Morocco in 1965.
Fennec # 47, 51-3505, notes: Canadian civil registration C-FNAF.
Fennec # 48, 51-3554, notes: U.S civil registration N54613, although as of March 2010, this registration is in question by the FAA.
Fennec # 49, 51-3530, notes: U.S. civil registration N8523A
Fennec # 50, 51-3509, notes: Sold to the Royal Moroccan Air Force in 1965.
Fennec # 51, 51-3513, notes: U. S. civil registration N9868A, as a T-28D. As of March 2010, this registration is valid, registered to Great Cloud Design, Inc of Luthersville, Georgia.
Fennec # 52, 51-3528, notes: Sold to the Honduran Air Force.
Fennec # 53, 51-3537, notes: Served with the Armee de L’Air. Crashed in Algeria in 1962.
Fennec # 54, 51-3590, notes: Sold to the Royal Moroccan Air Force.
Fennec # 55, 51-3532, notes: Sold to the Royal Moroccan Air Force in 1965.
Fennec # 56, 51-3565, notes: Sold to the Royal Moroccan Air Force. Sold to the Honduran Air Force S/N HR232A.
Fennec # 57, 51-3491, notes: Assigned to the Armee de L’Air Squadron EALA 3/5. Sold to Morocco in 1965.
Fennec # 58, 51-3566, notes: Assigned to the Armee de L’Air Squadron EALA 3/5.
Fennec # 59, 51-3586, notes: Served with the Armee de L’Air. Crashed in Algeria in 1962.
Fennec # 60, 51-3620, notes: To the Haitian Air Force – S/N 1244. U.S. civil registration N14104.
Fennec # 61, 51-3550, notes: Served with the Armee de L’Air. Crashed in France in 1965.
Fennec # 62, 51-3625, notes: Sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina.
Fennec # 63, 51-3622, notes: Assigned to Armee de L’Air Squadrons EALA 3/4 and 3/5. Sold to the Royal Moroccan Air Force.
Fennec # 64, 51-3627, notes:
Fennec # 65, 51-3704, notes:
Fennec # 66, 51-3674, notes: Assigned to the Armee de L’Air Squadron 3/5.
Fennec # 67, 51-3601, notes:
Fennec # 68, 51-3663, notes: U.S. civil registration N14106.
Fennec # 69, 51-3569, notes: Assigned to the Armee de L’Air Squadron 3/5.
Fennec # 70, 51-3644, notes:
Fennec # 71, 51-3686, notes:
Fennec # 72, 51-3604, notes: Served with the Armee de L’Air. Crashed in Algeria in 1961.
Fennec # 73, 51-3630, notes:
Fennec # 74, 51-3741, notes: Sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina.
Fennec # 75, 51-3493, notes: Assigned to Armee de L’Air Squadron 3/5. Later sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina. Crashed in 1974.
Fennec # 76, 51-3555, notes: Assigned to Armee de L’Air Squadron 3/4.
Fennec # 77, 51-3495, notes: U.S. civil registration N14100.
Fennec # 78, 51-3603, notes: Reportedly sold to the Uruguay Air Force.
Fennec # 79, 51-3638, notes: Sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina.
Fennec # 80, 51-3634, notes: Sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina.
Fennec # 81, 51-3657, notes: Served with the Armee de L’Air. Crashed in France in 1963.
Fennec # 82, 51-3573, notes: Reported as operational in France, as F-AZKG.
Fennec # 83, 51-3592, notes: Sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina. Crashed in 1974.
Fennec # 84, 51-3580, notes:
Fennec # 85, 51-3631, notes: Served with the Armee de L’Air. Crashed in Algeria in 1961.
Fennec # 86, 51-3535, notes: Sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina.
Fennec # 87, 51-3582, notes: Assigned to Armee de L’Air Squadron EALA 3/4. Later sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina.
Fennec # 88, 51-3646, notes: Sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina.
Fennec # 89, 51-3672, notes: Assigned to Armee de L’Air Squadron EALA 3/4. Later sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina.
Fennec # 90, 51-3693, notes: U.S. civil registration N14124.
Fennec # 91, 51-3585, notes: Sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina.
Fennec # 92, 51-3639, notes:
Fennec # 93, 51-3664, notes: Currently in a Taiwanese aviation museum, painted as a Chinese Air Force aircraft.
Fennec # 94, 51-3594, notes: Sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina.
Fennec # 95, 51-3584, notes: Sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina.
Fennec # 96, 51-3626, notes: Assigned to Armee de L’Air Squadron EALA 3/4. To the Haitian Air Force – S/N 1238.
Fennec # 97, 51-3641, notes: Sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina.
Fennec # 98, 51-3570, notes: To the Haitian Air Force – S/N 1241. U.S. civil registration 14103.
Fennec # 99, 51-3628, notes:
Fennec # 100, 51-3553, notes: U.S. civil registration N500JG.
Fennec # 101, 51-3702, notes: Assigned to Armee de L’Air Squadron EALA 3/9. Later sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina.
Fennec # 102, 51-3598, notes: Sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina.
Fennec # 103, 51-3756, notes: U.S. civil registration N14142.
Fennec # 104, 51-3742, notes: U.S. civil registration N14141.
Fennec # 105, 51-3682, notes: U.S. civil registration N14143.
Fennec # 106, 51-3711, notes: Sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina. Crashed in 1971.
Fennec # 107, 51-7645, notes: Sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina.
Fennec # 108, 51-7504, notes: Sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina. Crashed in 1973.
Fennec # 109, 51-3795, notes: Sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina. Currently in the Naval Air Museum.
Fennec # 110, 51-7608, notes:
Fennec # 111, 51-3785, notes: U.S. civil registration N14143.
Fennec # 112, 51-7518, notes: Sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina.
Fennec # 113, 51-7782, notes: U.S. civil registration N993CA. Crashed in 1991.
Fennec # 114, 51-3775, notes: U.S. civil registration N14109.
Fennec # 115, 51-7530, notes: U.S. civil registration N14111.
Fennec # 116, 51-7533, notes: To the Haitian Air Force – S/N 1237. U.S. civil registration N14144.
Fennec # 117, 51-7798, notes: Sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina.
Fennec # 118, 51-3678, notes: U.S. civil registration N14122.
Fennec # 119, 51-7545, notes: To the Haitian Air Force – S/N 1236. Currently flying in France.
Fennec # 120, 51-7511, notes: To the Haitian Air Force – S/N 1240. U.S. civil registration N14110. Crashed in 1984.
Fennec # 121, 51-7491, notes: Currently in the le Bourget Air Museum in Paris.
Fennec # 122, 51-7781, notes: U.S. civil registration N14118.
Fennec # 123, 51-3719, notes: Sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina.
Fennec # 124, 51-7542, notes: To the Haitian Air Force – S/N 1242. U.S. civil registration N14112.
Fennec # 125, 51-7623, notes:
Fennec # 126, 51-7532, notes: Sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina.
Fennec # 127, 51-7660, notes: Sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina.
Fennec # 128, 51-7618, notes: To the Haitian Air Force – S/N unk. U.S. civil registration N14114.
Fennec # 129, 51-7781, notes: U.S. civil registration N14117.
Fennec # 130, 51-7732, notes: Sold to the Argentine Air Force. Crashed in 1987.
Fennec # 131, 51-7629, notes: Served with the Armee de L’Air. Crashed in France in 1963.
Fennec # 132, 51-7543, notes: Served with the Armee de L’Air. Crashed in France in 1963.
Fennec # 133, 51-7666, notes:
Fennec # 134, 51-7742, notes: Sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina.
Fennec # 135, 51-7749, notes: French civil registration F-AZHR (August 2009).
Fennec # 136, 51-7606, notes: Sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina.
Fennec # 137, 51-7640, notes: Sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina.
Fennec # 138, 51-7820, notes: Sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina.
Fennec # 139, 51-7649, notes: Sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina.
Fennec # 140, 51-7664, notes: U.S. civil registration N14115.
Fennec # 141, 51-7655, notes: U.S. civil registration N141BS.
Fennec # 142, 51-7692, notes:
Fennec # 143, 51-7673, notes: U.S. civil registration N14116.
Fennec # 144, 52-1205, notes: Sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina.
Fennec # 145, 51-7613, notes: Sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina.
Fennec # 146, 51-7654, notes: Sold to the Comando de Aviacion Naval Argentina.
 

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