Aviation Photo #0624321 Hispano HA-200A Saeta - Untitled

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Formerly operated by the Spanish Air Force as E.14A-11 this Hispano HA-200A Saeta ("Arrow") was photographed in the hangar at the Valiant Air Command Museum in October 2001; she was named "Whistlin Dixie". Sadly, on the 12th June 2004, she crashed after take off at the Pueblo Memorial Airport, Colorado, USA, killing co-owner/pilot Tim Nelson.
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    Michael Baldock
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    Titusville (/ Cocoa Beach) - Space Coast Regional (Space Center Executive / Tico)
    Florida
    USA
    October 2001
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