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|Lithuanian Air Force|
Disbanded in 1940 – not applicable.
Aircraft Serial Numbers
There does not appear to be a consistent numbering system for Lithuanian military aircraft before WW2. A range of one, two, three or four-digit serial numbers can be seen, e.g. Fiat CR.20 ’30’ or Martinsyde Buzzard ‘4306’. A letter prefix was even added for some later types, e.g. Gloster Gladiator G-705.
Some of these numbers appear to be carried-over from the aircraft’s previous identity.
Coding system not used.
None – Manufacturers designations used.
Current Aircraft Inventory
All-Time Aircraft Used List
Alphabetical Order — Chronological Order
Aircraft NOT Used
To be added.
Current Order of Battle
Historical Orders of Battle
List of Historical Orders of Battle – to be added.
All-Time Flying Units List
To be added.
Current Air Bases
All-Time Air Bases Used List
In addition to the main base, here are also a number of smaller airports and airfields around the country which were sometimes used by the Air Force.
Military Air Bases Listing – to be added.
Lithuanian Military Aviation Bibliography – to be added.
Lithuanian Air Force 1918-1940, Insignia Air Force Special No.1, Blue Rider 1999
Air Enthusiast No.29 & 30