Welcome to T6 Harvard Aviation
Welcome to T6 Harvard Aviation, bringing all Harvard owners and enthusiasts together. This new website is dedicated to the history and preservation of one of the finest Military Advanced Training aircraft ever produced. Click here to see our world wide Harvard gallery collection
We would like this site to become a reference site for all Harvard/Texan enthusiasts world-wide. As this site progresses we would like to build upon the History of the Harvard to include interesting articles on all things Harvard/Texan/SNJ. I have logged just a few of the known Harvard’s registered in Great Britain. There are 33 ‘known’ Harvard’s on the British register and I only have the complete histories of 8 so your help would be appreciated. Please check out the “Harvard Survivors” section where I have uploaded histories where possible and photographs of Harvard survivors from all over the world such as Belgium, USA, Canada, German, Italian and British to name but a few countries. I will keep adding to the survivors as I receive information. Please enjoy browsing this site and feel free to email me with any suggestions – Don’t forget if you wish to donate to keep this site running please do so, any amount would be gratefully received.
A comprehensive list of all Harvards in the UK with history, pictures and interviews with owners and PilotsRead More
Fully documented history and specifications of the various Harvard types throughout the planes illustrious career.Read More
HArvard "War Bird"
The Harvard did much more than train fighter pilots in WW2 - find out about the plane’s combat roles and capabilitiesRead More
Real life experiences old and new recounted by RAF pilots and modern day fliers alike,Read More
Events, Shows and Appearances
Come and see Harvards in action at airshows and attractionsSee Events
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