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- Entered service with U.S. Army Air Corp (USAAC) in 1934
- One of three P-26s used by USAAC in the Panama Canal Zone; two still exist today, one at Planes of Fame Air Museum, and its sister ship at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C.
- Acquired from Guatemalan Air Force in 1957 by the Museum's founder Edward Maloney.
- Refurbished to flight in 1962 by Museum staff, complete restoration to flight in 2006.
- Only flyable original P-26 in the world.
- First all-metal monoplane fighter for the USAAC, and last to have fixed landing gear.
|Status: Flyable||Length: 23 ft. 11 in.|
|Manufacturer: Boeing||Height: 10 ft. 2 in.|
|Year: 1934||Maximum Speed: 234 mph|
|Model: P-26A Peashooter||Cruise Speed: 199 mph|
|Serial Number: 33-123||Power Plant: One 600hp Pratt & Whitney R1340 Wasp 9-cylinder
|Crew: 1||Range: 360 miles|
|Max T/O Weight: 3,360 lb.||Service Ceiling: 27,400 ft.|
|Span: 27 ft. 11 in.||Armament: Two synchronized 0.30-cal machine guns, & two