|Training Squadron Twenty Eight|
|Active||1 May 1960 - present|
|Country||United States of America|
|Branch||United States Navy|
|Part of||Training Wing Four|
|Garrison/HQ||NAS Corpus Christi|
|Motto||"The Foundation Builders"|
|Commander Jason R. Stumpf|
|Trainer||T-34C Turbo Mentor T-6B Texan II|
Prior to its commissioning on May 1, 1960, VT-28 operated as Advanced Training Unit 611. The Rangers began as an advanced multi-engine training squadron flying a training variant of the Grumman S-2 Tracker.
After 19 years and thousands of Naval Aviators being designated, the T-44A twin-engine turboprop aircraft replaced the TS-2F Tracker. VT-28 continued training advanced multi-engine aviators until 1990 when the Chief of Naval Air Training reassigned the squadron to be responsible for training instructors and updating training syllabus for the T-44A and T-34C Turbo Mentor. Three years later, CNATRA again reassigned VT-28 to be the Navy's fifth primary training squadron.
- TS-2F Tracker - Advanced multi-engine (1960-1979)
- T-44A King Air - Advanced multi-engine (1979-1993)
- T-34C Turbo Mentor - Primary flight training (1990-present)
- T-6B Texan II - Primary flight training (transition to begin in 2013)