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Fiat G.91 Gina
. . . . O Fiat G.91 foi um avião de ataque leve (LWSF-Light Weight Strike Fighter) projetado e construído pela Fiat Aviazione (mais tarde, Aeritalia), em resposta à especificação NBMR-1 da NATO emitida no inicio da década de 1950. Embora se tenham frustrado as elevadas espectativas iniciais de produção, seriam construidos 756 Fiat G.91 durante um periodo de 19 anos, incluindo 2 protótipos e 27 aeronaves de pré-produção. As linhas de montagem foram encerradas em 1977, mas antes disso a Fiat…
G.91 Easter Egg Colorful Military Airplane Pictures - CLOUD9PHOTOGRAPHY
High resolution Cold War era Fiat G.91 fighter-attack jet aircraft rare colorful paint scheme military airplane pictures for sale
Hohn, 30 April 1986. G91R/3 99+08 is made ready for a target towing flight in 1986. The Luftwaffe retired her last last Fiat G91's in 1982 and replaced them with Alpha Jets. But that was not the end for the German Ginas yet! At Hohn in the far north of West Germany one unit carried on until around 1990, using them for towing aerial targets. The little combat jets were flown by civilian pilots of 'Condor Flug'. During a base visit we counted 11 Fiats. 99+08 used to fly as 31+99. It is now…
Aviation Photo #2373722: Fiat G-91Y - Italy - Air Force
This 101 Gruppo G-91Y had a nose wheel failure while arriving at Soesterberg Air Base. The pilot got out and the aircraft was removed from the runway right after this picture was taken. - Photo taken at Utrecht - Soesterberg (UTC / EHSB) [CLOSED] in Netherlands on August 6, 1993.