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National Markings

 

                   
                 Main Marking                                     Fin Flash

1919-1925
Up to circa 1920 aircraft were supplied by Great Britain, and as red, white and blue were the Chilean national colours, the standard British roundels were used. In 1920 a blue and red roundel with a white star on the central blue areas was used. The rudder was painted dark blue and charged with a white star. The main marking and the serial number are displayed in 4 positions (ie above and below each wing, and on each side of the fuselage) on aircraft.

 


                                       
                                      Main Marking                                     Fin Flash   

1925-Present
The main marking and the serial number are displayed in 4 positions (ie above and below each wing, and on each side of the fuselage) on aircraft - but on fuselage sides only on helicopters. The fin flash is displayed on the tailfin. The service title "NAVAL" is displayed on the fuselage sides of aircraft and helicopters.

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