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We hope you have a grin at some of these, which were found on various social media sites. Bookmark this page and come back every week for a new chuckle!

☆ South African Air Force ✈ 1 Squadron Mirage AZ's and 3 Squadron Mirage with a Mirage on the Break. Air Force Aircraft, Fighter Aircraft, Fighter Jets, South African Air Force, Dassault Aviation, Army Vehicles, Air Show, African History, War Machine

☆ South African Air Force ✈1 Squadron Mirage F1 AZ's and 3 Squadron Mirage F1CZ's with a Mirage F1CZ on the Break

A in South African Air Force markings over the numbers at Falcon Field during a formation flying clinic. Air Force Aircraft, Fighter Aircraft, Fighter Jets, Pilot Course, South African Air Force, Defence Force, Aeroplanes, American Soldiers, Blue Skies

SPRINGBOK TRAINING

A T-6 in South African Air Force markings over the numbers at Falcon Field during a formation flying clinic.

[W I P] Angola Terrain for the South African border war South African Air Force, Dassault Aviation, Army Day, Air Force Aircraft, Military Pictures, Army Vehicles, Boat Design, Military Aircraft, Military Weapons

[W I P] Angola Terrain for the South African border war

Hello guys, as you might have seen, Stratos, Coupi and me are working on a new Angolan terrain that depicts most of Angola and a good portion of then South-...

List of aircraft of the South African Air Force Air Force Aircraft, Fighter Aircraft, Fighter Jets, South African Air Force, Army Day, Aeroplanes, Air Show, War Machine, Military Aircraft

List of aircraft of the South African Air Force - Wikipedia

South African Air Force Harvard

Two Impala's with different camouflage patterns Air Force Aircraft, Fighter Aircraft, Fighter Jets, Air Force Day, South African Air Force, Camouflage Patterns, Defence Force, Air Show, African History

Here we have quite a unique photo of two Impala MK II's near Mpacha in December 1979. The aircraft nearest to the camera has the three-tone camouflage scheme used on the first few Impala Mk II's that was imported directly from Italy, while the second aircraft shows the scheme adopted later. The scheme was eventually changed to a darker scheme.