Aviation Photo #1344361: Douglas (Basler) BT-67 Turbo-67 (DC-3) - Mali - Air Force


Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
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    Mali - Air Force
    Douglas (Basler) BT-67 Turbo-67 (DC-3)
    Douglas DC-3 (C-47/53/117/R4D/Skytrain/Dakota)
    Douglas DC-3 (C-47/53/117/R4D/Skytrain/Dakota)
    Douglas
    19173
    TZ-390
    Bamako - Senou
    Mali
    April 8, 2008
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#1344361
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April 14, 2008
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Military apron at Bamako with several interesting aircraft visible, including An-26 TZ-359, MiG-17F TZ-346, and 5x MiG-21MF. A second An-26, TZ-399 is off picture to the left.
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Comments (14)

Anonymous
7 years ago
If im not mistaken theres also an ov-10 and cessna skymaster in this picture... great shot!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Plus a push-pull Cessna and a BN-2.
Anonymous
6 years ago
I do see the Cessna Skymaster, but I can't tell if that's an ov-10 or not.
By the way great photo.
Anonymous
6 years ago
No, it's a Islander behind the Antonov
Anonymous
6 years ago
That's not an OV-10 behind the Antonov. It's a Islander.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Rare picture... nice catch. It isn't a OV-10... it's a Britten Norman-Islander
Anonymous
5 years ago
And a BN-2 and a Cessna push-pull
Anonymous
5 years ago
I used to work on the OV-10 Broncos in the USAF. The Bronco has two twin engine booms and a longer cockpit area with clear glass on top. The aircraft behind the Antonov has neither. The Mali AF never had a single OV-10. Look at the OV-10 Bronco photos in airliners.net It is definitely NOT an OV-10.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Interesting mix of aircraft there!
Anonymous
5 years ago
Yes, very interesting mix of aircraft. Btw, has anyone noticed that the Dakota had been re-engined to turbo-prop ?
Anonymous
4 years ago
I think Rambo is missing in this picture .
Anonymous
3 years ago
Did anyone noticed different rondels of the same air force? On BT-67 tail it is: green-yellow-red, while on AN-26 tail is: red-yellow-green!
Anonymous
1 year ago
All es wonderful
Anonymous
1 year ago
The roundel on the tail of the Antonov An-26 is the current one. The colors were reversed sometime in the 1980s.