SNJS - What does SNJS stand for? The Free Dictionary
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The GEICO Skytypers fly WWII SNJs
, the Navy's equivalent of the Texas T-6.
The GEICO Skytypers fly six SNJs
powered by 600-horsepower Pratt and Whitney engines.
In 1940-41, the SNJ
was built as an advanced WWII military training aircraft designed to perform all the maneuvers of a fighter plane at slower speeds.