Title: Beechcraft AT-10 Wichita

The Beechcraft AT-10 was designed for the advanced training role but was also required to be built from non-strategic materials. Consequently the airframe was constructed from wood. First flown in 1941, 1771 examples were built by Beech and a further 600 by Globe Aircraft Co.

This title contains two flight manuals for the AT-10 plus an interesting WW2 USAAF flying training manual which covers the AT-10 and two other multi-engine training aircraft. The files have been scanned from the original flight manuals and retain any colour pages.



This title contains:

  • USAAF Preliminary Handbook of Operating and Flight  Instructions for the AT-10, Tech Order No 01-90KB-1 dated 15-12-41, with approx 24 pages.
  • USAAF Pilots Flight Operating Instructions for the AT-10BH, T.O. No 01-90KB-1 dated 5-6-43 revised to 30-8-43, with approx 32 pages.
  • USAAF Training Command Advanced Two-Engined Flying – Instructors Manual.  Undated, covers the AT-9, AT-10 and AT-17.