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Convair also had designed the world's first tubroprop flying boat, the Navy's XP5Y-1 (R3Y1/2), powered by four Allison T-40 engines. The forerunner of the YC-131 C, the prototype Turbo-Liner model 240, N24501, powered by Allison 501-A4 (T-38) turboprops in 1950. (Baker via Williams) While the advantages of the tubroprop engine were well known to Convair and the Air Force, its 'reliability in longterm service was an unproven factor. In 1951, the Air Force became interested in the military usefulness of Allison's T-38 engine, and on October 22 announced the production of a number of T-29Es, Convair 340s reengined with the T-38, to be used as bombardier and navigator trainers.
Ancient Indian kingship from the religious point of view by J Gonda