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Thread: Small Air Forces Thread #16

  1. #4081
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    Did the Algerians place national markings or aircraft numbers on the top/bottom of their MiG-21F-13s as seen below? I've seen example of other Algerian aircraft with a combo of double natl. markings, one natl. marking & an a/c number, and some examples with nothing at all.

    https://i.pinimg.com/originals/55/c3...6e6b7bddc2.jpg

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    This one may be Photoshopped. See original image.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tango III View Post
    Libya's sole operational Tu-22.
    Quote Originally Posted by gkozak View Post
    This one may be Photoshopped. See original image.
    I really doubt that there are still operational Libyan Tu-22. They were in derelict conditions since mid-1990.
    Last edited by archangelski; 2nd April 2018 at 19:27.

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    It was posted on April 1st on twitter, Do the math!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerard View Post
    It was posted on April 1st on twitter, Do the math!
    I was not really awake and a little inattentive on the date ... but now I did the math...

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    Hey, the only reason I was suspicious was because I was searching for other images of it, and came across the one with the green roundels! It looked entirely authentic to me.

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    Syrian MB.233 Flamingo at Kweres AFB


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    That Syrian Flamingo is a rare one.

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    Eritrean Z-143 having defected to Ethiopia in 2016
    http://www.awrambatimes.com/?p=15556


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    H333, Mi-24 gunship, Angolan civil war 1993


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    South Sudan AF Mi-24V gunship, serial unreadable (SPAF-405?), note South Sudanese flag on tail


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    Fantastic South Sudan Mi-24, MSphere!
    Last edited by gkozak; 8th April 2018 at 17:12.

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    The Eritrean Zlin is excellent, MSphere!

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    CAR Mi-24 Hind

    Hi Msphere

    Could you please look into your collection again for Central Republican Mi-24V Hind with some peace-keeping soldiers from Senegal?

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    Sudanese Jocker J-300

    Sudanese Police Air Wing Jocker J-300.


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    Revista Ejercitos, sometime She will back...

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    Cessna 310R in DR. Congo Air Force service.


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    That looks like a PA-23 Aztec to me.

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    Nice Find. I haven't even heard of them using this. It is an Aztec as a person who has flown one. It's also a Piper Tomahawk in the background.

    Chris

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    50 years in service with the Fuerza Aerea Colombiana - Hughes 500M FAC4241 (23rd of April 1968 - 23rd of April 2018!).

    http://www.webinfomil.com/2018/04/fu...ra-los-50.html

    FAC4241 is also the very first 500 of all versions to come off the production line in Culver City. A history-maker.

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    BM.
    Last edited by Blue Monday; 3rd May 2018 at 14:00.

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    Many thanks for the correction. Chris!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cthornburg View Post
    Nice Find. I haven't even heard of them using this. It is an Aztec as a person who has flown one. It's also a Piper Tomahawk in the background.
    Coded 9Q-CEB
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    I assume the Piper Tomahawk is a civilian aircraft. As it has a company name on the side. The AF use's Cessna 150's which is very similar to Tomahawk. I believe Jin-Ho supplied the only pix I have of the 150 as it has a person standing in front of it.

    Chris

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    This one?
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    Piper Tomahawk



    Reims Cessna FRA-150M Aerobat


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    The Aztec is 9Q-COP, c/n 27-4836

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    LNAF fighter jets & training jets in Benina airport, Benghazi (Mirage F-1A/EDs & 2 Su-22M2s + 2 MiG-21MFs, MiG-23BN/UB,& etc.






    https://twitter.com/mahmouedgamal44/...27344152031232

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    This is what remains of Niger's Nord N-2501 Noratlas.


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