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The South African Air Force. Blackburn Buccaneer S 50 at the Hawker Siddeley test centre in 1965 (no refuelling probe yet).

South African Air Force✈Blackburn Buccaneer S 50 at the Hawker Siddeley test centre in 1965

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☆ South African Air Force ✈

Multi-purpose fighter Dassault Mirage of the air force of South Africa while participating in the South African border war (the War for the independence of Namibia)

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

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

MILITARY FIGHTER AIRCRAFT DOES LOW PASS ON THE BEACH AS TROOPS SCATTER AND DUCK!

South African Air Force HARVARD low pass over the Langebaan lagoon. Troops probably from the Military Academy, Saldanha.

Impala Mk I

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.

South African Air Force (SAAF): Douglas (AMI) C-47TP Turbo Dakota (DC-3)

SAAF Dakota on display during the second day of the Ysterplaat Airshow - Photo taken at Ysterplaat (FAYP) in South Africa on December

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Harvard SA Air Force

Harvard Club of South Africa Photos

North American AT-6A Texan aircraft picture

In South African Air Force markings at the RAAF Point Cook Air Pageant. - Photo taken at Point Cook (YMPC) in Victoria, Australia on February

Mirage F1 in SAAF Service by Paul Dubois

Mirage in SAAF Service By Paul Dubois. The Mirage came about when plans for the successor to the Mirage III proved too expensive and unpopular to the French Air Force.

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