de Havilland D.H.82 Tiger Moth

in Uruguayan Air Force Service

History

Used by the Escuela Militar de Aeronáutica.


Individual Details

Serial c/no. Prev. Identity Delivered Fate/Notes
1 3288   1.1935 crashed at Trinidad on 26.10.1937
7 3503   15.8.1936 crashed at Costas de Solís on 3.10.1939
10 3612   10.1937 crashed at Pondo on 14.10.1939
18 3620   10.1937 operated by the División Servicios, crashed at Durazno on 10.7.1939
600 3312 FAU 4 1.1935 first operated by the EMA, from 1937 by Base Aeronáutica No.1, from 1939 by the Escuadrilla de Bombardeo No.4, from 1942 by the EMA, from 1942 by Base Aeronáutica No.2, crashed at Mazangano on 18.12.1947
601 3617 FAU 15 10.1937 operated by the Base Aeronáutica No.1, from 1939 by the Escuadrilla de Caza No.2, from 1942 by the EMA, wfu in 1949
602 3310 FAU 2 1.1935 first operated by the EMA, from 1940 by Base Aeronáutica No.2, wfu in 11.1948
603 3618 FAU 16 10.1937 operated by the Base Aeronáutica No.1, from 1939 by Base Aeronáutica No.2, from 1942 by the EMA, crashed on Brazilian territory on 12.6.1948
604 3619 FAU 17 10.1937 operated by the División Servicios, from 1939 by Base Aeronáutica No.2, from 1942 by the EMA, wfu in 1948
605 3311 FAU 3 1.1935 first operated by the EMA, from 1939 by the División Servicios, from 1942 by the EMA, from 1942 by Base Aeronáutica No.1, wfu on 18.2.1948
606 3313 FAU 5 1.1935 wfu in 1948
607 3499 FAU 6 15.8.1936 wfu in 1949
608 3504 FAU 8 15.8.1936 crashed at Pondo on 4.7.1947
609 3505 FAU 9 15.8.1936 first operated by the EMA, from 1942 by Base Aeronáutica No.1, wfu in 1949
610 3613 FAU 11 10.1937 crashed near Rocha Lagoon on 29.8.1942
611 3614 FAU 12 10.1937 first operated by the EMA, from 1942 by Base Aeronáutica No.2, crashed at Río Branco on 2.6.1948
612 3615 FAU 13 10.1937 crashed on 29.11.1942
613 3616 FAU 14 10.1937 first operated by the EMA, from 1942 by Base Aeronáutica No.1, crashed at Pondo on 14.10.1947


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de Havilland D.H.89 Dragon Rapide

in Uruguayan Air Force Service

History

Used by the Escuela Militar de Aeronáutica.


Individual Details

Serial c/no. Prev. Identity Delivered Fate/Notes
CX-ABU 6333   1936 wfu in 1949


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References

  • SAFO Vol. 26, No.2 (102), p.53

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de Havilland D.H.9

in Uruguayan Air Force Service

History

Used by the Escuela Militar de Aviación.


Individual Details

Serial c/no. Prev. Identity Delivered Fate/Notes
n/a n/a   1922 wfu in 1929


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de Havilland D.H.60G Gipsy Moth

in Paraguayan Air Force Service

History

Used by the Escuadrón de Transporte.


Individual Details

Serial c/no. Prev. Identity Delivered Fate/Notes
T-1(2) n/a   1932 transferred to the Paraguay Aeroclub
T-4 n/a   1932 crashed at Base Aérea Ñu-Guazú on 15.6.1933


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References

  • Latin American Air Wars and Aircraft 1912-1969 (Dan Hagedorn)
  • SAFO Vol. 16 No. 3 (63), July 1992, p.75-76
  • Aircraft of the Chaco War 1928-1935 (Dan Hagedorn / Antonio L. Sapienza)

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de Havilland D.H.9

in Paraguayan Air Force Service

History

Used by the Escuela de Aviación Militar.


Individual Details

Serial c/no. Prev. Identity Delivered Fate/Notes
n/a n/a n/a 1922 crashed 1922


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None available at present.

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References

  • Latin-American Military Aviation (John Andrade)

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de Havilland D.H.104 Dove

in Paraguayan Air Force Service

History

One DH.104 Dove obtained in August 1962 from the Argentine Air Force. Used by the Escuadrilla Presidencial.


Individual Details

Serial c/no. Prev. Identity Delivered Fate/Notes
01 04202 LV-YBR, FAA T-73, FAP T-39 15.8.1962 wfu 1970


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References

  • Latin American Air Wars and Aircraft 1912-1969 (Dan Hagedorn)
  • World Air Forces Directory 2013/14 (Ian Carroll)
  • Scramble Database Paraguay

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de Havilland Dove 1

in Lebanese Air Force service

History

One Dove 1 ordered from the manufacturer in ? Delivered on 11 April 1951. Used by ? Squadron for the transport role. Withdrawn from service in 1993?

Individual Details

Serial c/no. Prev. Identity Delivered Fate/Notes
L-110 04299   1951 stored Beirut Mar 1993

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References

  • Scramble
  • World Air Forces Directory 2009/10 (Mach III)

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To be added.

de Havilland Vampire T.55

in Lebanese Air Force service

History

Four Vampire T.55 delivered from August 1953. Used by 1 Squadron for pilot training. Withdrawn from service in 1964. At least one aircraft (L-160) taken on charge by the Geographical Affairs Directorate for photographic survey work. Operated by the LAF on behalf of the GAD, it’s last flight was on 20 September 1974.

Individual Details

Serial c/no. Prev. Identity Delivered Fate/Notes
L-151     24 Aug 1953  
L-154 15484   Apr 1955 preserved Rayak 2006
L-159     Apr 1955 stored Rayak 1993
L-160   G-APFV Nov 1957 1964 to Geographical Affairs Directorate for photo survey work, wfu 1974, stored Rayak 1993

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References

  • De Havilland Vampire: The Complete History (Sutton, 1996)
  • DH100 Vampire
  • World Air Forces Directory 2009/2010 (Mach III)

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To be added.

de Havilland Vampire FB.52

in Lebanese Air Force service

History

Six Vampire FB.52 delivered from October 1953. Used by 1 Squadron for fighter-bomber missions. Withdrawn from service in 1964.

Individual Details

Serial c/no. Prev. Identity Delivered Fate/Notes
L-152 V0799   Oct 1953  
L-153 V1010   Oct 1953  
L-155 V1058 G-5-12 Apr 1955  
L-156 V0788   Apr 1955  
L-157     Apr 1955  
L-158     Apr 1955  

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References

  • De Havilland Vampire: The Complete History (Sutton, 1996)
  • DH100 Vampire
  • World Air Forces Directory 2009/2010 (Mach III)

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de Havilland Vampire FB.9

in Lebanese Air Force service

History

Three ex-RAF Vampire FB.9 delivered from May 1958. Used by 1 Squadron for fighter-bomber missions. Withdrawn from service in 1964.

Individual Details

Serial c/no. Prev. Identity Delivered Fate/Notes
L-163   WL497 22 May 1958  
L-166   WG929 18 June 1958 FR.9, Beirut IAP dump Nov 2001
L-167   WL586 18 June 1958  

More Information

References

  • De Havilland Vampire: The Complete History (Sutton, 1996)
  • DH100 Vampire
  • World Air Forces Directory 2009/2010 (Mach III)

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To be added.