Aviation Photo #0988761 Cessna OA-37B Dragonfly (318E) - Uruguay - Air Force

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    Chris Lofting
    Uruguay - Air Force
    Cessna OA-37B Dragonfly (318E)
    Cessna A-37 Dragonfly (318)
    Cessna A-37 Dragonfly (318)
    Cessna
    43314
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    Mendoza - El Plumerillo / Gobernador Francisco Gabrielli
    Argentina
    November 2005
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Photo Added: January 12, 2006

Comments (18)

Anonymous
11 years ago
Cool Cessna!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Nice bumble bees!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Nice capture of a rare aircraft, I miss these things. The Michigan Air Guard flew them out of Battle Creek before they traded them for A-10's. The whistling is very distinct.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Never seen a plane like that!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Whoa! That is cool! Different for sure, but very unique!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Stranges aircrafts...
Anonymous
11 years ago
Not just your run of the mill Cessna
Anonymous
11 years ago
Why is the undercariage so low, like the Magister?
Anonymous
11 years ago
Our crappy trainer that is being replaced by the T-6 is somebody elses ground attack aircraft. It takes kerosene and turns it into pure noise...
Anonymous
11 years ago
They have a squadron of T-37's at the airbase outside of my town, they maybe small but they pack a punch!
Anonymous
11 years ago
A very cool plane in an even more amazing camouflage. Until now I didn't know these planes had their own intake protection shields. Hope I ever get a chance seeing some like these.

You still keep me stunned with your photos. You're still my Nr.1 Photographer on Airliners. Keep them comin' Chris!
Anonymous
11 years ago
How on earth do you land these things without hitting the bombs?!
Anonymous
11 years ago
They look like ready for action, but what about those engine inlet covers?
Anonymous
11 years ago
Nice head-on shot of not one, but two aircraft. Well done. Fantastic shot!!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Superb shot Chris, as usual!! Glad to see some more of your work on here...nicely done!

Jaysen
Anonymous
11 years ago
Touchy landing I am sure. Nice photo though.
Anonymous
11 years ago
The "engine covers" are FOD guards that swing up for landing and take off (little jet sits low to the ground)
Anonymous
11 years ago
Great shot, my father flew these at Battle Creek in the ANG...

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