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The Jet Provost T3 was donated to the Air Heritage Aviation Museum by the family of Mr. Burt Todd. The Provost sat for many years at their “Foxly Farms” home just outside of Latrobe, Pennsylvania. Peter Frontini Jr. who was a museum member made contact with the Todds and found out that Mr. Todd had made many business dealings with people in the British Isles. Through one of his business dealings he was offered a bonus of either money or the Provost T3 aircraft. Obviously, Mr. Todd chose the aircraft! Mr. Todd’s daughter Laurie fondly remembers growing up with the Provost in their front yard. She is welcome to come and visit it at the museum any time!

  • Crew: 2
  • Length: 34 ft. 
  • Wingspan: 35 ft. 4 in.
  • Height: 10 ft. 2 in.
  • Wing Area: 213.7 sq. ft. 
  • Empty Weight: 4888 lbs.
  • Loaded Weight: 6,989 lbs.
  • Max Takeoff Weight: 9,200 lbs.
  • Max Speed: 440 mph
  • Range: 900 mi.
  • Service Ceiling: 36,5750 ft.
  • Rate of Climb: 4000 ft/min
  • Wing Loading: 32.7 lbs./sq. ft.
  • Guns: 2 x 0.303 in.
  • Rockets:
    6 x 60 lbs.
    12 x 25 lbs.
    28 x 68mm SNEB rockets in four pods
  • Bombs: 4 x 540 lbs.
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