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CT133 Silver Star
(T-33 Shooting Star)
(1) A T-bird is a T-bird, unless
built by Canadair, in which case its a Silver Star.
Paso International Airport in December, 1981. That Beech
(2) 299 at Biggs Army Airfield in October, 1996. I really like the NMF scheme better.
(3) CT133346 at NAS Mirimar in August, 1995.
(4) 443 at ELP in December, 1981. That was a neat to get to work and find four CT-133s at the airport.
(5) CT133540 of 416 Squadron on a
December morning in 1981.
(6) 592 from Cold Lake in 1986.
(7) 618 at the 1994 Amigo Airshow. This scheme seems so bland compared to the NMF one.
(8) A Silver Star Mk.3 gone civil. 21342 masquerading as N303FS at the 1995 Holloman AFB open house. Behind it is a Canadair Sabre Mk 6, 23701. Both were operated by Tracor Flight Systems.
(1) A Harvard MK IV (RCAF serial
owned and flown as NX181113 by the Lone Star Flight Museum on
of Galveston, Texas. This and the two following aircraft
aircraft, but do help to keep alive the history of the RCAF.
(2) Harvard IV 20455 photographed at an ope house at Davis-Monthan AFB. This T-6 is registered as N45918.
(3) I can not identify the RCAF serial of this aircraft, but the registration is N52494 and the Canadian Car and Foundry construction number is CCF4.387.
CF-116 Freedom Fighter
CAF Transports and SAR aircraft
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