Piper Aviation Museum - Link Flight Simulator
Bill Maloney

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01 Link Flight Simulator 02 Link Flight Simulator 03 Link Flight Simulator Instrument Panel 04 Link Flight Simulator Attitude Bellows
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05 Link Flight Simulator Tail 06 Link Flight Simulator Instructor's Console 07 Link Flight Simulator Instructor's Console Instruments

Link Aviation Trainer Specifications:

Link Aviation Trainers at other Aviation Museums in the northeast
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Another Link Aviation Trainer can be found at the Air Victory Museum in Lumberton, NJ A Link Trainer at the Wright Museum in Wolfeboro, NH
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A Link Trainer at the MAPS Air Museum in North Canton, OH A Link Aviation Trainer at the New England Air Museum in West Windsor, CT
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A Link Trainer at the Empire State Aerosciences Museum in Schenectady, NY Link Trainer at the Wings of Eagles Museum in Horseheads, NY
  Link Aviation Trainer
  A Link Trainer at the Air Heritage Museum in Beaver Falls, PA

Full Designation: ANT-18 Basic Instrument Trainer
The Blue Box
Length: 6 feet
Width: 3 feet
Height: 7 feet
Train pilots for instrument flying conditions
2 - Student and instructor
Number Produced: 10,000
Number Pilots Trained: 500,000+
Place of Manufacture: Binghampton, NY
First Built: 1929
Patented: 1931
Entered Service With USAAC: 1934
Cost: $3,500

Some interesting photos of Link Trainers in use with WAVE instructors can be found on the Department of the Navy Naval Historical Center website.

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