Pratt & Whitney R-985-AN Wasp Junior
Courtesy of Pratt & Whitney Aircraft
The Wasp Junior is one of the most successful reciprocating engines ever built. Pratt & Whitney introduced it as a complement to the Wasp and Hornet families of engines in 1930. More than 39,000 of all versions were produced until 1953 and powered more than 60 types of aircraft including:
This engine is located in the Military Hangar near the Hughes Seasprite display.