Air Force Museum - Milan / ITALY (Part II)

Aermacchi MB339CD reg. I-AMDA, this advanced trainer realy looks as fabulous as its performance, no doubt TriColori are using this jet for their marvelous aerobatics, I can't remember the year exactly but it was 2002 or 2003 when they performed in Syria.

SIAI Marchetti S-211 with camo more similar to those north African air forces, as per records around 60 units were built for Philippine, Singapore and Haitian air forces which were the only operator for this basic trainer / light attack aircraft..so this one with ItAF roundles and without any reg. might be a prototype for display only.

The advanced trainer Aermacchi MB326 reg. MM572.

Remains of a Savoia-Marchetti S.79 bomber.

An Agusta under-license made Bell AB.47J-3 Ranger reg. I-MINR.

Hughes NH.500MC built under-license by BredaNardi reg. GdiF 93.

Agusta A109 A-II reg. G.diF 124.

The 1960 model experimental Agusta A104 Helicar with only 3 samples built.

A Magni Gyro Eligiro M4 autogyro homebuilt aircraft, there was a remains of very similar aircraft in the Military Museum in Damascus.

Agusta AB.47G-3B-1 reg. CC-14.

Agusta Bell AB206C-1 Jet Ranger reg. MM80931.

The huge Sikorsky SH-3D Sea King helicopter reg.MM5021N.

The ultra huge Boeing CH-47C Chinook reg. MM80840.

Another S-211 reg. I-SMTE.

Agusta Bell AB204AS reg. I-VFMC used for "Fire Fighting" as written on.

Mock-up of the VTOL Bell/Agusta BA609 "Tilt Rotor" which is still under development.

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