Later, six aircraft were modified as pilot trainers with dual controls and redesignated A-3A.
The large scale loss of life prompted the Air Corps to look at a number of solutions, including Link's pilot trainer.
As a result, the Air Corps ordered the first six pilot trainers at $3,500 each.
The type was used as a pilot trainer until late 1953, when it was replaced by the Percival Provost.
The P-5 was a pilot trainer.
Not deemed suitable for its original purpose, The AT-21 was evaluated as an advanced pilot trainer.
R7384 was manufactured as a pilot trainer in 1940, and taken on strength by the RCAF in 1941.
At this time only three pilot trainers were available in the Philippines.
Endeavour Aerospace believes that the design has potential in the General Aviation market as a pilot trainer and recreation/sports/utility aircraft.
The P-40s were relegated to use as advanced pilot trainers.