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Savoia-Marchetti SM.79, 258-6, 258 Squadriglia B.T., 109 Gruppo, 36 Stormo B.T., Italy, 1940

Savoia-Marchetti SM.79, 258-6, 258 Squadriglia B.T., 109 Gruppo, 36 Stormo B.T., Italy, 1940

Savoia-Marchetti SM 79, taken over by No.145 Squadron at Castel Benito, Tripoli, in February 1943. The Squadron code letters ‘ZX’ appear on the fuselage and name ‘Gremlin HQ’ appears on the nose.

Savoia-Marchetti SM 79, taken over by No.145 Squadron at Castel Benito, Tripoli, in February 1943. The Squadron code letters ‘ZX’ appear on the fuselage and name ‘Gremlin HQ’ appears on the nose.

Savoia-Marchetti SM.79, Brindisi, Italy, between  19-21 September 1943

Savoia-Marchetti SM.79, Brindisi, Italy, between 19-21 September 1943

Savoia-Marchetti S.M.79, 193-2, of the 193ª Squadriglia Bombardamento Terrestre, 87º Gruppo, 30º Stormo over Sciacca

Savoia-Marchetti S.M.79, 193-2, of the 193ª Squadriglia Bombardamento Terrestre, 87º Gruppo, 30º Stormo over Sciacca

Savoia-Marchetti SM-79, 28-10 and 28-11, 28 Squadriglia, Castelvetrano

Savoia-Marchetti SM-79, 28-10 and 28-11, 28 Squadriglia, Castelvetrano

Savoia-Marchetti SM.79 bombers on their way to war action on the Albanian-Greek frontier, 09.01.1941

Savoia-Marchetti SM.79 bombers on their way to war action on the Albanian-Greek frontier, 09.01.1941

Savoia Marchetti SM.74, MM.424, 604-8, 604°Sq. del cap. Bruno Trocca, Castel Benito, 1941

Savoia Marchetti SM.74, MM.424, 604-8, 604°Sq. del cap. Bruno Trocca, Castel Benito, 1941


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Savoia-Marchetti SM.79

Savoia-Marchetti SM.79

A Savoia-Marchetti SM.79 Sparviero of the 278th Torpedo Squadron of the Regia Aeronautica, parked outside one of the fortified hangars on Marghana Airfield, c.1941.

A Savoia-Marchetti SM.79 Sparviero of the 278th Torpedo Squadron of the Regia Aeronautica, parked outside one of the fortified hangars on Marghana Airfield, c.1941.

El Macchi C.200 Saetta (Flecha) era un combatiente de la Segunda Guerra Mundial, los aviones de combate / bombardero construido por Aeronautica Macchi en Italia, y se utiliza en diversas formas a lo largo de la Regia Aeronautica (Fuerza Aérea Italiana) .:

El Macchi C.200 Saetta (Flecha) era un combatiente de la Segunda Guerra Mundial, los aviones de combate / bombardero construido por Aeronautica Macchi en Italia, y se utiliza en diversas formas a lo largo de la Regia Aeronautica (Fuerza Aérea Italiana) .:

With engines and cockpit covered by canvas against the freezing climate of the Balkan winter, an Italian bomber Savoia-Marchetti S.79 parked on the snow-capped Albanian airfield of Shkodra (Scutari for the Italians).

With engines and cockpit covered by canvas against the freezing climate of the Balkan winter, an Italian bomber Savoia-Marchetti S.79 parked on the snow-capped Albanian airfield of Shkodra (Scutari for the Italians).

S-21 Savoia-Marchetti Sea Plane Airplane Wood Model Big | eBay

S-21 Savoia-Marchetti Sea Plane Airplane Wood Model Big | eBay

Savoia-Marchetti S.55

Savoia-Marchetti S.55

Savoia Marchetti SM-79 – Walk Around

Savoia Marchetti SM-79 – Walk Around

SAVOIA MARCHETTI 79 Sparviero

SAVOIA MARCHETTI 79 Sparviero

A group of Italian Savoia-Marchetti SM.79 (Sparrowhawk) bombers of the 193rd Squadron, 30th Wing of the 87th Bombing group in the Mediterranean.

A group of Italian Savoia-Marchetti SM.79 (Sparrowhawk) bombers of the 193rd Squadron, 30th Wing of the 87th Bombing group in the Mediterranean.

Old-time cockpit- "Instruments panel and flight controls inside the cockpit of an Italian three-engine transport plane Savoia-Marchetti SM.82 “Marsupiale” (Marsupial). Clearly visible control wheels, rudder pedals, hand throttles, compass, instruments “clock-type” and many other devices in good part today disappeared. An old-time flying perhaps “romantic”, but extremely demanding for the pilot…" -Victor Sierra

Old-time cockpit- "Instruments panel and flight controls inside the cockpit of an Italian three-engine transport plane Savoia-Marchetti SM.82 “Marsupiale” (Marsupial). Clearly visible control wheels, rudder pedals, hand throttles, compass, instruments “clock-type” and many other devices in good part today disappeared. An old-time flying perhaps “romantic”, but extremely demanding for the pilot…" -Victor Sierra

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