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Privately run, unofficial website on the South African Air Force. All suggestions are welcome - Dean Wingrin Iai Kfir, South African Air Force, Dassault Aviation, Army Vehicles, Top Gun, Air Show, Military Aircraft, Fighter Jets, Trucks

The South African Air Force

Privately run, unofficial website on the South African Air Force. It is maintained by myself during my (limited) spare time so please read the Disclaimer. I hope you enjoy the experience and visit again soon. All suggestions are welcome - Dean Wingrin

Flying Cheetahs: SAAF Mustangs in Korea The Mustang and the SAAF did not meet for the first time in Korea. Early models of this Briti. Air Force Aircraft, Ww2 Aircraft, Fighter Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Fighter Jets, Military Weapons, Time In Korea, South African Air Force, Korean Air

Flying Cheetahs: SAAF P51 Mustangs in Korea

Flying Cheetahs: SAAF P51 Mustangs in Korea The Mustang and the SAAF did not meet for the first time in Korea. Early models of this British initiated, American built fighter, served with 5 Squadron in North Africa and Italy during the Second World War.The SAAf used the Mustang from 24 September 1944 when P-51B/C Mustang Is replaced Kittyhawks in 5 Sqn during the Italian campaign. P-51K Mustang IVa's, plus a few P-51D Mustang IV's were introduced later and 5 Sqn used the type extensively…

Atlas Cheetah D Fighter✈South African Air Force Airplane Fighter, Fighter Aircraft, Fighter Jets, Military Jets, Military Aircraft, Mirage F1, Cheetah Wallpaper, Iai Kfir, Air Force Day

Atlas Cheetah

. . . Desenvolvido e fabricado na África do Sul, pela empresa Atlas, o Chetaah é uma versão do Mirage III construída na África do Sul mas com a colaboração ativa de Israel. O Chetaah, mostra claramente a influência que tiveram os israelitas, com a adaptação ao avião sul africano dos conceitos que tinham sido aplicados no desenvolvimento dos caças Kfir-C2, eles mesmos, desenvolvimentos dos Mirage III. O desenvolvimento do Cheetah foi levado a cabo pela então Atlas, que mais tarde passou a…

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, War Machine

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.

Flying Cheetahs: SAAF Mustangs in Korea The Mustang and the SAAF did not meet for the first time in Korea. Early models of this Briti. Air Force Aircraft, Fighter Aircraft, Fighter Jets, Time In Korea, Aviation Mechanic, South African Air Force, F14 Tomcat, Korean Air, P51 Mustang

Flying Cheetahs: SAAF P51 Mustangs in Korea

Flying Cheetahs: SAAF P51 Mustangs in Korea The Mustang and the SAAF did not meet for the first time in Korea. Early models of this British initiated, American built fighter, served with 5 Squadron in North Africa and Italy during the Second World War.The SAAf used the Mustang from 24 September 1944 when P-51B/C Mustang Is replaced Kittyhawks in 5 Sqn during the Italian campaign. P-51K Mustang IVa's, plus a few P-51D Mustang IV's were introduced later and 5 Sqn used the type extensively…

Mirage III interceptors, Sabre fighters, Blackburn Buccaneer attack jets and Camberra bombers of the South African Air Force. Aviation Forum, Aviation Industry, Military Jets, Military Aircraft, Fighter Aircraft, Fighter Jets, Blackburn Buccaneer, South African Air Force, Aircraft Design

Mirages and Choppers: SAAF in the 60s and 70s

Mirages and Choppers SAAF in the The Sixties and Seventies In the early sixties South Africa’s deteriorating security position resulted in Government to take steps towards re-armanent. The SAAF’s arsenal was strengthened. Line-up of SAAF aircraft in 60s livery: Mirage III CZ and EZ, Canberras, Buccaneers and F86s The first Dassault-Breguet Mirage III CS fighter aircraft arrived in South Africa in April 1963 to replace the aging sub-sonic F86s and Vampires One of the earliest customers for…

South Africa obtained a licence to build the MB and about 125 were locally built from 1966 by the Atlas Aircraft Corporation and named Impala. Here is a line up at 83 Jet Flying school, Langebaan near Cape Town. Air Force Aircraft, Fighter Aircraft, Fighter Jets, South African Air Force, Battle Rifle, Air Show, African History, West Africa, Impala

Aermacchi MB-326M Impala Mk. 1.

South Africa obtained a licence to build the MB 326M, and about 125 were locally built from 1966 by the Atlas Aircraft Corporation and named Impala. Here is a line up at 83 Jet Flying school, Langebaan near Cape Town. PhotoGünterGrondstein.

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Aviation Photo #1173122: Atlas Cheetah D - South Africa - Air Force

Cheetah D from 2 Squadron taxiing back to the flight line, with a Hawk just landed in the background. All together 10 Cheetahs took off from AFB Waterkloof today for a formation fly-past. Aircraft in colours of South African flag. - Photo taken at Pretoria - Waterkloof (FAWK) in South Africa on February 1, 2007.