Series: Fuerza Aerea Argentina

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McDonnell Douglas A-4P/C Skyhawk (FAA 2) by Vladimiro Cettolo2
Fabrica Militar de Aviones IA-58A Pucará (FAA 3) by Vladimiro Cettolo3
Curtiss Hawk (FAA 5) by Sergio Bellomo5
North American F-86F-30-NA Sabre (FAA 6) by Atilio Baldini6
Dassault Mirage IIICJ & IIIEA (FAA 7) by Jorge F. Nunez Padin7
Northrop 8A-2 (FAA 8) by Sergio Bontti8
IAI Dagger Parte 1 (1973 - 1982) (FAA 9) by Jorge F Núñez Padín9
Fiat G55A/B Centauro & G59-1A (FAA 10) by Atilio Baldini10
BAC Canberrra BMk.62 & TMk.64 (FAA 11) by Jorge F Núñez Padín11
Gloster Meteor (FAA 12) by Jorge F Núñez Padín12
Instituto Aerotécnico I.Aé.-24 "Calquin" (FAA 13) by Atilio Baldini13
McDonnell Douglas A-4C Skyhawk (FAA 14) by Jorge F Núñez Padín14
Dassault Mirage IIICJ & IIIEA (FAA 15) by Jorge F Núñez Padín15

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Series description

A series of books detailing the aircraft in service with the Argentine Air Force (Fuerza Aerea Argentina).


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