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The Stearman, also known by many as the,” Boeing Stearman”, is a WWII open cockpit biplane, formerly used by the US military for initial pilot training. During the 1930s and 1940s, over 10,000 aircraft were produced for the Army Air Corp and US Navy.

At the the conclusion of WWII, most of the surplus aircraft were sold on the civilian market. Many of these aircraft found new purpose as show planes, crop dusters and aerobatic trainers. Fortunately, after almost a century, there are still approximately 1500 Stearman still flying.

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