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    #81
    And another good one:

    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...oundel.svg.png

    ... haven't been able to find one for South Ossetia. Perhaps they don't have any air assets.

    EDIT: Wiki says they have 4 Hips but I haven't been able to find a picture of one... Where's Arthur when you need him?
    Last edited by ink; 18th April 2014, 12:13.
    Regards, Ivan

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      #82
      Originally posted by ink View Post
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        #83
        Originally posted by ink View Post
        And another good one:

        http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...oundel.svg.png

        ... haven't been able to find one for South Ossetia. Perhaps they don't have any air assets.

        EDIT: Wiki says they have 4 Hips but I haven't been able to find a picture of one... Where's Arthur when you need him?
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        South Ossetia..... yes I would like to see a picture of it too.
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          #84
          Thanks for the pics Gerard!

          I wonder if Kosovo's KPS has any helicopters - maybe they have interesting roundels too.
          Regards, Ivan

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            #85
            of all the low visibility roundels I think this is the most weird looking
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              #86
              Laotian Mi-4S in 1962 :

              Last edited by archangelski; 12th June 2016, 14:49.

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                #87
                New Zealand :

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                  #88
                  Reply to Ink (post # 84)

                  it's an excellent question, Ink ;

                  ....................KPS = Kosovo Police Service .....................:
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                  here is the pics' gallery of their official website (but ) :http://www.kosovopolice.com/?page=2,11


                  friendly, Etienne


                  but ; see p 1 in : http://www.kosovopolice.com/reposito...LISHT_NR_3.pdf
                  Last edited by KERVYN; 22nd April 2014, 21:09.

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                    #89
                    Czechoslovak Air Force roundels

                    1918: first type called A






                    1918 - 1920: type B "bandalr" (baldrick)




                    1918 - 1921: type C















                    non realized suggestions from 1921
                    Last edited by rumcajs; 24th April 2014, 17:04.

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                      #90
                      Czechoslovak (and now Czech) police air force roundel since 1935

































                      Slovak State 1939 - 1941





                      Roundel of Slovak Uprising air force in 1944




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                        #91
                        Thanks to the Historic Aviation part I found these here:
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                        Hunter. Is this Rhodesia?

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                        Harvard in Israel
                        It does't look like an Israelean roundel.
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                          #92
                          Originally posted by Gerard View Post
                          Hunter. Is this Rhodesia?
                          Royal Rhodesian Air Force Hawker Hunter FGA.9 used in RRAF from 15 May 1963 to 25 July 1982 (previous identity XE560).

                          Originally posted by Gerard View Post
                          Harvard in Israel
                          It does't look like an Israelean roundel.
                          Israelian NA T-6 Harvard preserved (?) in Ha'aretz Museum (Jerusalem).
                          Last edited by archangelski; 25th April 2014, 17:55.

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                            #93
                            That Israeli roundel is quite weathered and doesn't look like its normal self.

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                              #94
                              Greek Coast Guard :

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                                #95
                                Originally posted by Freehand View Post
                                That Israeli roundel is quite weathered and doesn't look like its normal self.
                                How an Israelian T-6 can be when well preserved :

                                http://img2.timg.co.il/forums/1_162664311.JPG
                                Last edited by archangelski; 26th April 2014, 13:34.

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                                  #96
                                  Great pic!

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                                    #97
                                    Montenegro roundels close-up :

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                                      #98
                                      Originally posted by Krishna_j View Post
                                      The Best updates aviation roundels site is

                                      http://www.aircraft-insignia.com/ -

                                      this is by the peerless John Cochrane who wrote the best book on aircraft roundels in 1998 published by Airlife

                                      The site is updated with new roundels from Libya etc - check it out

                                      And he has a new edition coming out at the end of this month, greatly expanded. It should be fantastic!

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                                        #99
                                        Originally posted by KERVYN View Post
                                        The one with the black-white-red stripes is from Trinidad and Tobago. The one with the shark mouth is from the Caribbean Regional Security System, an international agreement for the defense and security of the eastern Caribbean region. The Regional Security System was created out of a need for collective response to security threats, which were impacting on the stability of the region in the late 1970s and early 1980s. On 29 October 1982 four members of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean Statesnamely, Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, St. Lucia, and St. Vincent and the Grenadinessigned a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Barbados to provide for "mutual assistance on request". The signatories agreed to prepare contingency plans and assist one another, on request, in national emergencies, prevention of smuggling, search and rescue, immigration control, fishery protection, customs and excise control, maritime policing duties, protection of off-shore installations, pollution control, national and other disasters and threats to national security. Saint Kitts and Nevis joined following independence in 1983, and Grenada followed two years later after Operation Urgent Fury, a combined U.S. and RSS invasion of the country. The MOU was updated in 1992 and the system acquired juridical status on 5 March 1996 under the Treaty which was signed at St. Georges, Grenada. The RSS initially started as a U.S. instrument to combat the spread of Communism in the Caribbean region. As of 2001, the RSS further cooperates with the CARICOM Regional Task Force on Crime and Security (CRTFCS).

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                                          Originally posted by Gerard View Post
                                          I am translating my website into English and have it updated at the same time. It will take a lot of time for it will be done. A few countries are ready and published. The Dutch version is still up to date!

                                          http://www.drareg.nl/ROTWweb/index.html

                                          A question about Angola: What is the most recent one. Are they still using the one with the star or not.
                                          No star in the current roundel.

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