The T-33 is a F-80 with a lengthened fuselage to make room for the second tandem seat. It entered service during the 1950s, and the US Navy also acquired the type and had it modified for blue-water operation as the TV-2. Nearly 7,000 T-33s saw active service around the world.
Aviation Design T-33 Jet Fighter Tip Tanks Side Table
The T-33 was the most widely used jet trainer in the world. It was produced by Lockheed and made its first flight in 1948, piloted by Tony LeVier.