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Denel Aeronautics is the design authority and the original equipment manufacturer(OEM) of the Rooivalk Combat helicopter Attack Helicopter, Military Helicopter, Military Aircraft, Fighter Aircraft, Fighter Jets, South African Air Force, Army Day, Battle Rifle, Playground Design

Rooivalk OEM | Denel Aeronautics

Denel Aeronautics is the design authority and the original equipment manufacturer(OEM) of the Rooivalk Combat helicopter

Last Denel Rooivalk (Red Kestrel) rolls off assembly line The South African Air Force (SAAF) has taken delivery o. Attack Helicopter, Military Helicopter, Military Aircraft, Air Force Aircraft, Fighter Aircraft, Fighter Jets, Military Jokes, Military History, Augusta Westland

Last Denel Rooivalk (Red Kestrel) rolls off assembly line - end of an era?

Last Denel AH2 (CS2) Rooivalk (Red Kestrel) rolls off assembly line The South African Air Force (SAAF) has taken delivery of the final operation-ready Rooivalk helicopter from Denel Aviation. Mike Kgobe, the chief executive of Denel Aviation says the acceptance of the locally developed combat support helicopter marks the culmination of a 26-year partnership between the SAAF and Denel. "We took this proudly South African aircraft through all its stages - from design to manufacturing…

South African Air Force 2 squadron Sabre in flight. Military Weapons, Military Aircraft, Military Jets, Air Fighter, Fighter Jets, Sabre Jet, Air Force Day, C130 Hercules, South African Air Force

SAAF Canadair Sabre mk6 of 2 Sqn. 1965.

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The South African Air Force. Blackburn Buccaneer 416 in Military Jets, Military Personnel, Military Aircraft, Blackburn Buccaneer, South African Air Force, Army Vehicles, Air Show, Aircraft Carrier, Airplanes

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

Privately run, unofficial website on the South African Air Force. All suggestions are welcome - Dean Wingrin Military Couples, Military Love, South African Air Force, Army Day, Tactical Survival, Modern Warfare, Air Show, Military Weapons, Military Aircraft

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

  Military Jets, Military Aircraft, Fighter Aircraft, Fighter Jets, South African Air Force, Impalas, Defence Force, Air Show, Afrikaans

4 Sqn. Aermacchi Impala Mk.II 1979

4 Sqn. Mk II , 1979. Photo; Hermann Potgieter.

35 Squadron’s Douglas (reengined with turboprops), now well over 60 years old and the mainstay of the SAAF’s maritime patrol and surveillance capability. Military Helicopter, Military Aircraft, South African Air Force, F14 Tomcat, Battle Rifle, Military Veterans, Air Show, Military History, Fighter Jets

Options for new SAAF maritime surveillance platforms - RP Defense

07 March 2014 by Kim Helfrich - defenceWeb With approval, in principle at present from the National Treasury, Defence and Military Veterans Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula’s unhappiness about “her people” flying in aircraft more than 60 years old...

The South African Air Force Aircraft Images, South African Air Force, Korean War, Armies, Military Aircraft, Airplanes, Fighter Jets, Aviation, Sad

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