Fiat CR.42

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Light blue propeller on a CR.42

Light blue propeller on a CR.42

FIAT CR 42 abbattuto.

FIAT CR 42 abbattuto.

FIAT Cr.42 "Falco" Regia Aeronautica KB-04

FIAT Cr.42 "Falco" Regia Aeronautica KB-04

Fiat CR.42, pilot Ernesto Botto, Africa 1940

Fiat CR.42, pilot Ernesto Botto, Africa 1940

Fiat CR 42

Fiat CR 42

Fiat CR42 "Falco"

Fiat CR42 "Falco"

Fiat CR.42 from 91 Squadriglia, 10 Gruppo of the 4 Stormo CT in North Africa (El Adem or Bengasi Berka), 1940

Fiat CR.42 from 91 Squadriglia, 10 Gruppo of the 4 Stormo CT in North Africa (El Adem or Bengasi Berka), 1940

https://flic.kr/p/cPgosS | Fiat CR.42 crash

https://flic.kr/p/cPgosS | Fiat CR.42 crash

Håkans Aviation page - Biplane Fighter Aces

Håkans Aviation page - Biplane Fighter Aces

Fiat CR 42 Falco, Cirenaica 1940 - (Regia Aeronautica Italiana)

Fiat CR 42 Falco, Cirenaica 1940 - (Regia Aeronautica Italiana)


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(“Falcon”) biplane in the sky over Ravenna. Fiat Cr.42 A.S. «Falco» (“Falcon”) biplane was withdrawn from service in 1942. Prior to that supplied in Belgium. Part of the machine was assigned to Hungary, which used them in the war against Yugoslavia and the USSR. In CR.42bis modification Distributed to the Sweden. From February 1940 to September 1941 the Swedish Air Force received 72 fighter Fiat Cr.42 AS «Falco» (“Falcon”) biplane. There he was assigned the designation J11.

(“Falcon”) biplane in the sky over Ravenna. Fiat Cr.42 A.S. «Falco» (“Falcon”) biplane was withdrawn from service in 1942. Prior to that supplied in Belgium. Part of the machine was assigned to Hungary, which used them in the war against Yugoslavia and the USSR. In CR.42bis modification Distributed to the Sweden. From February 1940 to September 1941 the Swedish Air Force received 72 fighter Fiat Cr.42 AS «Falco» (“Falcon”) biplane. There he was assigned the designation J11.

The last of the great biplane fighters to enter service in 1938, the Fiat CR.42 “Falco” (Falcon) became the single most-produced Italian fighter. Agile, light, and regarded by Regia Aeronautica pilots as a wonderful aircraft to fly, the Falco was ironically too little, too late. Designed for combat aeronautics rapidly becoming surpassed by low-slung monoplane fighters such as the Messerschmitt Bf 109 and even the Fiat G.50 Freccia, the CR.42 was still produced through 1943.

The last of the great biplane fighters to enter service in 1938, the Fiat CR.42 “Falco” (Falcon) became the single most-produced Italian fighter. Agile, light, and regarded by Regia Aeronautica pilots as a wonderful aircraft to fly, the Falco was ironically too little, too late. Designed for combat aeronautics rapidly becoming surpassed by low-slung monoplane fighters such as the Messerschmitt Bf 109 and even the Fiat G.50 Freccia, the CR.42 was still produced through 1943.

FIAT CR 42.  The Fiat CR.42 Falco ("Falcon", plural:Falchi) was a single-seat sesquiplane fighter which served primarily in Italy's Regia Aeronautica before and during World War II. The aircraft was produced by the Turin firm, and entered service, in smaller numbers, with the air forces of Belgium, Sweden and Hungary. With more than 1,800 built, it was the most widely produced Italian aircraft to take part in World War II. This one appear to be sprayed with bullets.

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FIAT CR 42. The Fiat CR.42 Falco ("Falcon", plural:Falchi) was a single-seat sesquiplane fighter which served primarily in Italy's Regia Aeronautica before and during World War II. The aircraft was produced by the Turin firm, and entered service, in smaller numbers, with the air forces of Belgium, Sweden and Hungary. With more than 1,800 built, it was the most widely produced Italian aircraft to take part in World War II. This one appear to be sprayed with bullets.

Fiat Cr.42                                                                                                                                                                                 Mais

Fiat Cr.42 Mais

Fiat CR-42-Falco 161G162aSA Rodi Marizza 162 6 Aegean 1941-03

Fiat CR-42-Falco 161G162aSA Rodi Marizza 162 6 Aegean 1941-03

CR-42 | 404 Page Error - World War II Vehicles

CR-42 | 404 Page Error - World War II Vehicles

A Fiat CR.42 of the Swedish Air Force, Division 1, F9 (9th Wing) based at Säve, Göteborg in  1940-41. The pilot is Rüne Larssen

A Fiat CR.42 of the Swedish Air Force, Division 1, F9 (9th Wing) based at Säve, Göteborg in 1940-41. The pilot is Rüne Larssen

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CR-42 | Fiat CR.42, Aegean, 1940

CR-42 | Fiat CR.42, Aegean, 1940

Regia Aeronautica Italiana WWII, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Regia Aeronautica Italiana WWII, pin by Paolo Marzioli

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