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JT12/J60 A Pratt & Whitney JT12A turbojet Type Turbojet Manufacturer Pratt & Whitney First run 1957 Major applications North American Sabreliner T-2 Buckeye Variants Pratt & Whitney T73 The Pratt & Whitney JT12 and J60 are small turbojets. The JFTD-12 (military designation T73) is a related turboshaft engine.[1] Turboshaft versions for naval use are known as the FT12. Contents 1 History 2 Variants 3 Applications 3.1 Civilian (JT12) 3.2 Military (J60) 4 Specifications 5 See also 6 References 7 External links History The J60 conception and project design began in July 1957 at United Aircraft of Canada, Montreal (now Pratt & Whitney Canada). The project design details were transferred to the main P&W company in East Hartford. In May 1958, the first prototype, with military designation YJ60-P-1, was decided jointly with the USAF and US Navy.[clarification needed] Flight tests were completed in early 1959; followed by the delivery of the new JT12A-5 engines in July 1959. These were for the two Canadair CL-41 prototype trainers with a rating of 12.9 kN (2,900 lb st). The modified JT12A-3 turbojets with a basic rating of 14.69 kN (3,300 lb st) were tested in the two Lockheed XV-4A Hummingbird VTOL research aircraft. The next version, JT12A-21, had an afterburner which delivered a maximum thrust of 17.91 kN (4,025 lb st). Variants Data from Janes[2] YJ60-P-1—prototype JT12A-5 --(J60-P-3/5/6) T-O ratings: from 12.9 kN (2,900 lb st) to 13.35 kN (3,000 lb st) JT12A-21—17.9 kN (4,025 lb st) J60-P-3 J60-P-6 Applications Civilian (JT12) Lockheed JetStar North American Sabreliner Military (J60) T-2B Buckeye T-39 Sabreliner Sikorsky XH-59/S-69 XV-4 Hummingbird Specifications General characteristics Type: Turbojet Length: Diameter: Dry weight: Components Compressor: Performance Maximum power output: Power-to-weight ratio: See also Related development Pratt & Whitney T73 Comparable engines General Electric J85 Related lists List of aircraft engines References ^ Greg Goebel's Vectorsite ^ Janes: JT12 External links Atlantic Canadian Aviation: JT12 for Canadair aircraft v · d · ePratt & Whitney aircraft engines Radial engines By displacement R-985 · R-1340 · R-1535 · R-1690 · R-1830 · R-1860 · R-2000 · R-2060 · R-2180 · R-2270 · R-2800 · R-4360 By name Double Wasp · Hornet (A) · Hornet B · Twin Hornet · Twin Wasp (R-1830) · Twin Wasp (R-2000) · Twin Wasp E · Twin Wasp Junior · Wasp series · Wasp · Wasp Junior · Wasp Major · Yellow Jacket Other piston engines H engines X-1800/XH-2600 · XH-3130 (XH-3730) Free-piston gas turbines PT1 Turbojets By company model: JT3C · JT4 · JT6 · JT7 · JT8A · JT9 JT11 · JT12 · By military designation: J42 · J48 · J52 · J57 · J58 · J60 · J75 · J91 Turbofans By company designations: GP7000† · JT3D · JT8D · JT9D · JTF10 · JTF10A · JT10D · JTF14 · JTF16 · JTF17 · JTF22 · PW1000G · PW1120 · PW2000 · PW4000 · PW5000 · PW6000 · PW9000 · STF2000 · SuperFan† · V2500† By military designation: F100 · F105 · F117 · F119 · F135 · F401 · TF30 · TF33 · RM8 Turboprops/Turboshafts By company model: APW34† · JFTD12 · PT2 · PT3 · PT4 · PT5 By military designation: T34 · XT45 · T52 · XT57 · T73 · T800-APW† Propfans 578-DX† Rocket engines RL10 Aeroderivative gas turbine engines GG3/FT3 · GG4/FT4 · FT8 Subsidiaries Pratt & Whitney Canada · Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne Key people Leonard S. Hobbs · George J. Mead · Wright Parkins · Perry W. Pratt · Frederick Rentschler · Andrew Willgoos † Joint development aeroengines v · d · eUnited States military gas turbine aircraft engine designation system Turbojets J30 · J31 · J32 · J33 · J34 · J35 · J36 · J37 · XJ38 · J39 · J40 · J41 · J42 · J43 · J44 · J45 · J46 · J47 · J48 · J49 · J51 · J52 · J53 · J54 · J55 · J56 · J57 · J58 · J59 · J60 · J61 · J63 · J65 · J67 · J69 · J71 · J73 · J75 · J79 · J81 · J83 · J85 · J87 · J89 · J91 · YJ93 · J95 · J97 · J99 · J100 · YJ101 · J102 · J400 · J401 · J402 · J403 · J700 Turboprops/Turboshafts T30 · T31 · T33 · T34 · T35 · T36 · T37 · T38 · T39 · T40 · T41 · T42 · T43 · T44 · T45 · T46 · T47 · T48 · T49 · T50 · T51 · T52 · T53 · T54 · T55 · T56 · T57 · T58 · T60 · T61 · T62 · T63 · T64 · T65 · T66 · T67 · T68 · T69 · T70 · T71 · T72 · T73 · T74 · T76 · T78 · T80 · T100 · T101 · T400 · T405 · T406 · T407 · T408 · T700 · T701 · T702 · T703 · T706 · T708 · T800 Turbofans TF30 · TF33 · TF34 · TF35 · TF37 · TF39 · TF41 · F100 · F101 · F102 · F103 · F104 · F105 · F106 · F107 · F108 · F109 · F110 · F112 · F113 · F117 · F118 · F119 · YF120 · F121 · F122 · F124 · F125 · F126 · F127 · F128 · F129 · F135 · F136 · F137 · F138 · F400 · F401 · F402 · F404 · F405 · F408 · F412 · F414 · F415 v · d · eLists relating to aviation General Timeline of aviation · Aircraft (manufacturers) · Aircraft engines (manufacturers) · Rotorcraft (manufacturers) · Airlines (defunct) · Airports · Civil authorities · Museums Military Air forces · Aircraft weapons · Experimental aircraft · Missiles · Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) Accidents/incidents General · Commercial (airliners) · Military Records Airspeed · Altitude · Distance · Endurance · Most-produced aircraft This aircraft engine article is missing some (or all) of its specifications. 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