The U.S. Air Force grounded its T-6A Texan II trainers Monday and ordered replacement of the aircraft's oil cooler, tied to an incident in which the engine of a Canadian T-6A seized in flight. The USAF grounding follows a suspension by the service's Air Education and Training Command (AETC) that began Aug. 31 after the non-fatal crash of a T-6A near San Antonio, Tex. The two pilots, conducting an instructor familiarize flight, ejected safely and were treated for minor injuries. At the ...

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