Canadiar F-86E Sabre reg. 19207/207, it's well noted that American manufacturers cared a lot to provide the pilot a sight-comfortable and wide view at any angle through the cockpit in their early jet fighters.
Another Canadiar CL-13 Sabre reg. 268, according to its camo...was this aircraft also in the "Turkish Stars" team before or celebrating a national event?
Of this aircraft, around 110 units flew for the TuAF till been phased out in 1968.
A reconnaissance Lockheed RT-33A Shooting Star reg. 1543/8-543.
Also another Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star reg. 35744/5-744; about 200 airframes served in TuAF until early 1980s.
The huge and frightful interceptor Convair F-102A Delta Dagger reg. 0-53386/386, mere staring at this aircraft details like tail fin, delta wings and pyramidal cockpit you'll think that it was designed to fly at high levels with a nuclear weapon attached to its belly..!!
49 units of this aircraft served for TuAF till late 1970s.
Trainer Cessna T-37C Tweety Bird reg. 39835/2-835; 60+ units are in service.
The military medium-sized transport aircraft Transall C160D reg. 69-022.
The tiny light utility Robinson Helicopter R-22 looks like a 1:2 scaled model..!!
Bell UH-1H Iroquois reg. 69-15724.
Sikorsky UH-19B Chickasaw reg. 52-7577; This helicopter is unique in combining the engine in its frontal dome chamber.
The anti-submarine warfare (ASW) aircraft Grumman S-2E Tracker reg. 149877TCB-877 served for the Turkish Naval Aerial Wing.
A light utility aircraft Bellanca 7GCBC reg. 10104.
Two trainers Beechcraft T-34A Mentor built under license in Canada by "Canadain Car" reg. 24220/2-220 & 24216/OK-1.
Cessna U-17A reg. 11357 is the military variant of model 185.
The STOL light utility aircraft Dornier Do 27H-2 reg. 10293.
Another Dornier is the twin engined Do 28B-1 Skyservant reg. 10013.
Another variant of Skyservant is the Do 28D-1 reg. 10020.
The SIAT 223K1 Flamingo was also in use in TuAF as basic trainer (the same is still in use in SyAAF but built by MBB).