I was fortunate enough to have the chance to sit and have a somewhat bumpy ride in the Harvard here in Hamilton and it was a ride of a lifetime i enjoyed it and have an even more respect for the young guy who had like 25 h of flight in that plane before going to war overseas .
I was the only one with a camera between the two plane so i have pic of the other one who was flying near us and doing some maneuvers around us .Sorry for the poor picture as it was very windy and had a fun time holding the camera without knocking it to the canope
The Harvard, named after the university, was produced as an export version of the AT-6 Texan advanced trainer. It became the standard advanced trainer for the BCATP in Canada and the RAF in Britain. It was used to train thousands of Commonwealth pilots for combat flying in fighters and fighter-bombers.