Águias de Fogo

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Águias de Fogo TV magazine advertising.

TV Series (1966-1967)

Ary Fernandes (?)
Dirceu Conte (?)
Roberto Bolant (?)
Edson Pereira (?)

(Synopsis needed)

Bell SH-1D

Ep. 0
Several airframes are seen through the serie. At least 6535 is clearly visible.

AdF Ep-0 Bell-SAR.jpg
AdF Ep-0 Bell-SAR-code.jpg

Lockheed AT-33

AdF T-33.jpg

Lockheed AT-33 & P-16

A Grumman S-2 Tracker (P-16 for the Brazilians) is making a low pass when AT-33s are taxiing.

AdF S-2 T-33.jpg


AdF S-2.jpg

North American B-25J Mitchell

AdF B-25.jpg
AdF B-25-to.jpg

Grumman SA-16

Two SA-16s (Grumman HU-16 in Brazilian service) alongside two North American B-25 (a dark one and a light grey one).

AdF HU-16.jpg

Coded 28.

AdF HU-16-28.jpg

Beechcraft TC-45

Beechcraft AT-11 Kansan in Brazilian service.

AdF AT-11.jpg

This one is coded FAB 1365.

AdF AT-11 FAB-1365.jpg

Fairchild C-119G Flying Boxcar

AdF C-119.jpg

Douglas C-47 Skytrain

AdF C-47.jpg

North American T-6 Texan

AdF T-6.jpg

Beechcraft Model 35 Bonanza

AdF Ep-0 Beech-Bonanza.jpg

False registration RI-AIO.
All Brazilian register has "-AIO" registration ... but for Cessnas !

AdF Ep-0 Beech-RI.jpg
AdF Ep-0 Beech RI-AIO.jpg

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