Saaf Impalas - Caza ligero monomotor designado como entrenamiento avanzado (Mk I) y ataque terrestre cercano (Mk II), ensamblado en Sudáfrica bajo licencia italiana del Aermacchi MB-326.
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Aeromacchi Atlas MB326M Impala Mark I and Mark II - South African Air Force Museum. Impala No524 at SAAF Museum Swartkops 2003.
Aermacchi or Macchi MB-326 was a light military jet trainer aircraft first produced in 1961 with several light attack variants later produced. It is one of the most commercially successful aircraft of its type, operated by more than 10 countries and produced under licence in Australia, Brazil and South Africa with a production run that ran for 15 years and resulted in approximately 650 Planes, some of which continued to serve within their respective air forces well into this century.
Aermacchi MB-326 - Wikipedia
The Aermacchi or Macchi MB-326 is a light military jet aircraft designed in Italy. Originally conceived as a two-seat trainer, there have also been single and two-seat light attack versions produced. It is one of the most commercially successful aircraft of its type, being bought by more than 10 countries and produced under licence in Australia, Brazil and South Africa.