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150428-N-LY958-108 CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (April 28, 2015) Ensign James Butz and 1st Lt. William Parker, Training Squadron (VT) 28 student naval aviators, receive a traditional watering down by fellow students after completing the squadron and Navy's final formation flight in the T-34C Turbomentor primary training aircraft. The T-34C Turbomentor came into operational use in 1977 as the Navy's primary training aircraft and has been replaced by the new T-6 Texan II. (U.S. Navy photo by Richard Stewart/Released)
150428-N-LY958-108 CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (April 28, 2015) Ensign James Butz and 1st Lt. William Parker, Training Squadron (VT) 28 student naval aviators, receive a traditional watering down by fellow students after completing the squadron and Navy's final formation flight in the T-34C Turbomentor primary training aircraft. The T-34C Turbomentor came into operational use in 1977 as the Navy's primary training aircraft and has been replaced by the new T-6 Texan II. (U.S. Navy photo by Richard Stewart/Released)

150428-N-LY958-082 CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (April 28, 2015) Ensign James Butz and 1st Lt. William Parker, Training Squadron (VT) 28 student naval aviators, complete the squadron and Navy's final formation flight in the T-34C Turbomentor primary training aircraft. The T-34C Turbomentor came into operational use in 1977 as the Navy's primary training aircraft and has been replaced by the new T-6 Texan II. (U.S. Navy photo by Richard Stewart/Released)
150428-N-LY958-082 CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (April 28, 2015) Ensign James Butz and 1st Lt. William Parker, Training Squadron (VT) 28 student naval aviators, complete the squadron and Navy's final formation flight in the T-34C Turbomentor primary training aircraft. The T-34C Turbomentor came into operational use in 1977 as the Navy's primary training aircraft and has been replaced by the new T-6 Texan II. (U.S. Navy photo by Richard Stewart/Released)

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (July 25, 2013) Ensign Mary McGhee, a student naval aviator in Training Squadron (VT) 27, unstraps her survival gear after completing the squadron's final flight in the T-34C Turbomentor. (U.S. Navy photo by Richard Stewart/Released)
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (July 25, 2013) Ensign Mary McGhee, a student naval aviator in Training Squadron (VT) 27, unstraps her survival gear after completing the squadron's final flight in the T-34C Turbomentor. (U.S. Navy photo by Richard Stewart/Released)

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (July 25, 2013) Ensign Mary McGhee, a student naval aviator in Training Squadron (VT) 27, taxies after completing the squadron's final flight in a T-34C Turbomentor training aircraft. (U.S. Navy photo by Richard Stewart/Released)
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (July 25, 2013) Ensign Mary McGhee, a student naval aviator in Training Squadron (VT) 27, taxies after completing the squadron's final flight in a T-34C Turbomentor training aircraft. (U.S. Navy photo by Richard Stewart/Released)

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (June 15, 2012) Lt. Brett Stuhlman, left, and Ensign Alex Beasley, both from Training Squadron (VT) 27, inspect the landing gear on a T-34 Turbomentor aircraft before a training flight. (U.S. Navy photo by Richard Stewart/Released)
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (June 15, 2012) Lt. Brett Stuhlman, left, and Ensign Alex Beasley, both from Training Squadron (VT) 27, inspect the landing gear on a T-34 Turbomentor aircraft before a training flight. (U.S. Navy photo by Richard Stewart/Released)

NAVAL AIR STATION WHITING FIELD, Fla. (April 19, 2012) Cmdr. John Hensel, commanding officer of Training Squadron 2, and student naval aviator 1st Lt. Sarah Horn complete the final training flight of the Hawker-Beechcraft T-34C Turbo Mentor aircraft at Naval Air Station Whiting Field. The T-34C served the three fixed-wing squadrons of Training Air Wing 5 at the air station since 1977 while compiling more than 2.8 million flight hours of instructional time. (U.S. Navy photo by Lt. j.g. Tim Mosso/Released)
NAVAL AIR STATION WHITING FIELD, Fla. (April 19, 2012) Cmdr. John Hensel, commanding officer of Training Squadron 2, and student naval aviator 1st Lt. Sarah Horn complete the final training flight of the Hawker-Beechcraft T-34C Turbo Mentor aircraft at Naval Air Station Whiting Field. The T-34C served the three fixed-wing squadrons of Training Air Wing 5 at the air station since 1977 while compiling more than 2.8 million flight hours of instructional time. (U.S. Navy photo by Lt. j.g. Tim Mosso/Released)

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (July 20, 2011) Instructor pilot Lt. Cmdr. Daniel Kelly and student naval aviator Ensign Christopher Tucker, both assigned to Training Squadron (VT) 28, make final preparations in a T-34 Turbomentor aircraft before a training flight. VT-28 is one of two primary squadrons based at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi that train naval aviators. (U.S. Navy photo by Richard Stewart/Released)
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (July 20, 2011) Instructor pilot Lt. Cmdr. Daniel Kelly and student naval aviator Ensign Christopher Tucker, both assigned to Training Squadron (VT) 28, make final preparations in a T-34 Turbomentor aircraft before a training flight. VT-28 is one of two primary squadrons based at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi that train naval aviators. (U.S. Navy photo by Richard Stewart/Released)

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (July 20, 2011) Instructor pilot Lt. Cmdr. Daniel Kelly and student naval aviator Ensign Christopher Tucker, both assigned to Training Squadron (VT) 28, discuss the flight instruments in the T-34 Turbomentor aircraft before a training flight. VT-28 is one of two primary squadrons based at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi that train naval aviators. (U.S. Navy photo by Richard Stewart/Released)
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (July 20, 2011) Instructor pilot Lt. Cmdr. Daniel Kelly and student naval aviator Ensign Christopher Tucker, both assigned to Training Squadron (VT) 28, discuss the flight instruments in the T-34 Turbomentor aircraft before a training flight. VT-28 is one of two primary squadrons based at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi that train naval aviators. (U.S. Navy photo by Richard Stewart/Released)

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (July 20, 2011) Ensign Christopher Tucker, a student naval aviator assigned to Training Squadron (VT) 28, fastens his SV-2 survival vest before his training flight in a T-34 Turbomentor aircraft as instructor pilot Lt. Cmdr. Daniel Kelly looks on. VT-28 is one of two primary squadrons based at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi that train naval aviators. (U.S. Navy photo by Richard Stewart/Released)
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (July 20, 2011) Ensign Christopher Tucker, a student naval aviator assigned to Training Squadron (VT) 28, fastens his SV-2 survival vest before his training flight in a T-34 Turbomentor aircraft as instructor pilot Lt. Cmdr. Daniel Kelly looks on. VT-28 is one of two primary squadrons based at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi that train naval aviators. (U.S. Navy photo by Richard Stewart/Released)

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