Swedish Noorduyn UC-46A Norseman :
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Taïwanese CH-47D :
Does anyone have photos of the Saudi C-130s outfitted as hospitals? I understand they were very well equipped. Are they still in service?
There are two sides to every story. The truth is usually somewhere between the two.
Italian AB.212 :
maybe you mean such one ; http://gfh-asia.org/asia/wp-content/...H-25Aug132.jpgDoes anyone have photos of the Saudi C-130s outfitted as hospitals?
from ; http://gfh-asia.org/asia/gfh-medical-aircraft/
& seems to be a reality
and, also this ;Sep 13 2013, 8:43 am | Posted by Jasmin Sasin
Global Flying Hospitals Re-Invents with Mobile Hospitals
Global Flying Hospitals Re-Invents with Mobile HospitalsGlobal Flying Hospitals (GFH) has taken steps to re-invent its operations, in order to create a far more effective working model in humanitarian medical care and training. The organisation has been featured in Macau media since 2009, when it incorporated as Global Flying Hospitals (Macau) Association. Intentions were to operate a Boeing 747 Training Hospital to developing countries and to create its Asia Hub and Head Office in Macau.
GFH has since moved away from the Boeing, to a new paradigm of high-tech, 21st Century mobile hospitals, transported inside Hercules C130 and L100 type cargo aircraft.wiki.scramble.nl/.../Lockheed_Martin_C-130_Hercul...
29 déc. 2012 - The C-130H(AEP) Airborne Emergency Hospital was delivered to Saudi Arabia,
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Found these on WW2 a/c site
French Dakota and Goose
Egyptian Mi-17 : at least, the helicopter itself is unarmed.
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Does anyone have photos of the Saudi C-130s outfitted as hospitals?
what do you think about my post # 68 ?
did you find something better ?
Afghan red cross Mi-8 (unusual for an Islamic country); Albanian Communist red cross Z-5.
more from the wW2a/c.net site
Junkers Ju 52's
C-131 Samaritan of US Air Force :
Saudi Medevac Gulftream G-IV :
another from the ww2a/c.net
Strange question for this Medevac UH-1 :
Malaysian Sea King :
South African based Air-Tec L-410 :
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Other view of Malaysian Sea King :
Nazi Storch : (even evil people needs red cross) :
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Biggest of all ! : An-124 :
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Breguet XIV :
One of my previous post was "biggest of all !". Now it is, probably, one of the smallest red cross airplane :
PL-12 Airtruk :
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