South African Air Force - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

South African Air Force - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Supermarine Spitfire pilots of 40 Squadron, South African Air Force, at Gabes in Tunisia, April 1943 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/South_African_Air_Force

Supermarine Spitfire pilots of No. 40 Squadron, South African Air Force, at Gabes in Tunisia, April The Supermarine Spitfire pilot of.

Now there are pilots with skills and then there are a cut above, this pilot is a cut above. On 1 May 1986, a South African Air Force Dakota while on a flight to Ondangwa at about 8000 ft was hit wi…

Now there are pilots with skills and then there are a cut above, this pilot is a cut above. On 1 May 1986, a South African Air Force Dakota while on a flight to Ondangwa at about 8000 ft was hit wi…

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

Formation of old and new South African Air Force fighters; two SAAB JAS-39 Gripens and two Atlas Cheetahs.

South African Air Force Cheetahs (outside) and Royal Swedish Air Force Saab JAS 39 Gripens (inner pair).

Overhead view of a South African Air Force raid on the German airfield at Martuba, Libya, 6 July 1942. Note circular dust patterns of bomb bursts and lines of dust kicked up by scrambling aircraft. http://wrhstol.com/2DBTPem

Overhead view of a South African Air Force raid on the German airfield at Martuba, Libya, 6 July 1942. Note circular dust patterns of bomb bursts and lines of dust kicked up by scrambling aircraft. http://wrhstol.com/2DBTPem

Supermarine Spitfire Mark VCs of No. 2 Squadron South African Air Force (SAAF) based at Palata, Italy, flying in loose line astern formation over the Adriatic Sea while on a bombing mission to the Sangro River battlefront. Oct-Dec 1943 (© IWM CNA 2102) - pin by Paolo Marzioli

Supermarine Spitfire Mark VCs of No. 2 Squadron South African Air Force (SAAF) based at Palata, Italy, flying in loose line astern formation over the Adriatic Sea while on a bombing mission to the Sangro River battlefront. Oct-Dec 1943 (© IWM CNA 2102) - pin by Paolo Marzioli

Overhead view of a South African Air Force raid on the German airfield at Martuba Libya 6 July 1942. Note circular dust patterns of bomb bursts and lines of dust kicked up by scrambling aircraft.

Overhead view of a South African Air Force raid on the German airfield at Martuba Libya 6 July Note circular dust patterns of bomb bursts and lines of dust kicked up by scrambling aircraft.

Atlas Cheetah of the South African Air Force painted in the colours of the South African flag – awesome!

Atlas Cheetah of the South African Air Force painted in the colours of the South African flag. Cheetah is a major upgrade of the Mirage III built by the Atlas Aircraft Co. of South Africa during the (with some "advices" by Israeli technicians)

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