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Schweizer TG-7A (SGM 2-37)
Oshkosh - Wittman Regional (OSH / KOSH)
USA - Wisconsin, July 30, 2013
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N39AF / 82-0043 (cn 9) Only 12 of these aircraft were ever constructed. It is a bit of a Frankenplane, using a Piper Tomahawk nose, Schweizer SGS 1-36 Sprite wings and Schweizer SGS 2-32 tail. Here, 3 of the 8 registered in USA.
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Photo ID: 2369919
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Fairchild Canada F-11-2 Husky
Vancouver - International (YVR / CYVR)
Canada - British Columbia, November 4, 1973
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CF-MAN (cn 9) The ninth of twelve Fairchild Huskies built. Toughly designed for rough use in the Canadian bush and lakes. Originally operated by the Manitoba provincial government - hence the registration.
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Photo ID: 2369035
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Fokker C.XI-W
Off-Airport - Groningen
Netherlands, Late 1930's
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W-9 (cn 9) With W-14 on the left and W-3 in the background. The MRD (Marine Luchtvaart Dienst) acquired 15 aircraft between 1935 and 1938. All aircraft served in the Netherlands and the Netherlands East Indies, except for W-3 and W-9 (who only saw action in the Netherlands). W-3 was destroyed on May 12, 1940 and W-9 was destroyed on April 13, 1940. W-14 managed to ecape to Great Britain on May 13, 1940 and was subsequently shipped to the NEI in August 1940. Many thanks to Wiendeld!
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