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Photo ID: 2502550
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Ecuador - Air Force
Beech T-34A Mentor (45)
Quito - Mariscal Sucre (UIO / SEQU) (closed)
Ecuador, August 12, 2014
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FAE344 / TH-344 (cn G-105) "Museo Aeronautico de la Fuerza Aerea Ecuatoriana" The Mentor was operated by the Ecuadorian Air Force as well as its Navy. [Nikon D800 / AF-S Nikkor 28-300mm]
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Photo ID: 2493527
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Venezuela - Air Force
Beech VT-34A Mentor (45)
Maracay - Florencio Gomez (Aragua) (closed)
Venezuela, February 13, 2011
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0022 / E (cn CG-305N) On display at the Military Aviation Museum in Maracay, this is ex E-027, having been originally delivered in 1959 as part of the first batch [Canon 7D + EF-S 10-22 mm f3.5-4.5 USM].
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Photo ID: 2477868
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USA - Navy
Beech T-34C Turbo Mentor (45)
Marietta - Dobbins ARB (Atlanta NAS) (MGE / KMGE)
USA - Georgia, February 2, 1990
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160278 / 1 (cn GL-14) This uniquely colored Navy trainer marked the first time I photographed specially marked T-34Cs from Light Attack Wing-1 and later Strike Fighter Weapons School Atlantic. The "Light Attack" designation shows the dominance of the A-7 Corsair at Cecil Field, FL, where this "Tormentor" was based for bombing range duties. The name change came with the replacement by the "strike" F/A-18. Over the next several years, I saw a number of other range aircraft from this unit.
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