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1

DeHavilland of Canada CC-108 Caribou

-Designation for the Royal Canadian Air Force, not many built or used in service

2

Canadair CC-106 Yukon

3

Focke Wulf Ta 154 Moskito

-Very rare aircraft less than a handful produced.

4

Canadair C.4 North Star

-edit 10.13.2014 Justin: Argonaut was a specific BOAC designation; original designation is North Star

5

Avro T.2/701 Athena

6

Gloster Mk.II Gauntlet

7

Dassault B2 Super Mystère

8

Focke Wulf Ta-152 (none)

-Derivative of the Fw 190

9

Beagle CC.1/B.206 Basset

10

Canadair CT-133 Silver Star

11

Britten Norman BN-2T Defender

-Military variant of the Britten Norman BN-2A Islander

-BN-2T-4000 may also be seen

12

Atlas (none) Cheetah C

-Based on the Dassault III Mirage and to a much larger extent the IAI C.2/C.7 Kfir. A consistent difference between the IAI and the Atlas is that the Atlas lacks the air inlet at the front of the vertical stabilizer spine.

13

Fairey Mk.II Fulmar

14

Fieseler Fi.156 Storch

15

Saab S-100B Argus

16

Handley Page HP.52 Hampden

17

CASA 2.111 (none)

-License built Heinkel He.111 (none) in Spain, note the different engine intakes directly underneath the engine as opposed to how far back they are set on the He.111.

18

Blackburn B.26 Botha

19

Aeritalia/Alenia G.222 (none)

-Later developed into the C-27J Spartan. Never has more than 4 blades on each engine and is typically seen with 3.

20

Vickers (none) Wellington III

21

Saab 32 Lansen

22

Dassault IV Mirage

23

Hawker Siddeley Mr.2 Nimrod

-Heavily based on the DeHavilland DH.106 Comet. This aircraft could, in theory, have been made by or designated serval different entities/things. For our purposes it will always be called a Hawker Siddeley Mr.2 Nimrod.

24

Fokker F27 Troopship

-Military version of The Fokker F27 Friendship

25

Dassault MD.454 Mystere IV

26

Armstrong Whitworth AW.38 Whitley

-Stupid looking chin. Also has four machine guns in the tail of the aircraft which was slightly unusual.

27

Junkers Ju-88 (none)

28

Westland W.34 Wyvern

29

Handley Page HP.53 Hereford

-In-line engine variant of the HP.52 Hampden.

30

Embraer AT-26 Xavante

-License built version of the Aermacchi MB-326 (none) for Brasil

31

Blackburn C.1/B-101 Beverley

-49 in total produced according to Wikipedia.

32

General Dynamics/Lockheed Martin F-16 Fighting Falcon

-Seen here in non traditional Dutch Air Force colours

33

Supermarine F1 Scimitar

34

Westland W.34 Wyvern

35

Messerschmitt Me 262 Schwalbe

36

Hispano HA-1112 Buchon

-License built in Spain. Has a completely different engine.

37

DeHavilland of Canada CT-142 Dash 8

-Not to be confused with the CC-142 which does not have the large radar in the nose.

38

Avro 19 Anson

39

Heinkel He-111 (none)

-Not a CASA 2.111 (none) Because the air scoops under the engine are to far back indicating an entirely different engine.

40

Supermarine F.1/2/3/4/5/7 Swift

41

Fairey Mk.II Barracuda

-Used by the British during the Second World War. Played a role in sinking the German battleship Tirpitz scoring 14 direct hits in a dive bombing role.

42

Saab 32 Lansen

43

Saab 35 Drakken

44

Regianne Re.2005 Sagittario

45

Airbus CC-150 Polaris

-May or may not have the refueling probes under the wings. Commonly seen in one of two paint schemes.

46

FMA IA50 Guarani II

-A series run of 32 aircraft was completed in Argentina along with 3 other prototypes.

47

Dassault (none) Rafale B

48

Avro Mk.I/683 Lancaster

49

DeHavilland of Canada CC-138 Twin Otter

50

Dassault (none) Super Etendard

51

Eurofighter EF2000 Typhoon

-Square intakes directly under cockpit, one cockpit brace, and no brace/antenna at the top of the vertical stabilizer.

52

Hawker T.8 Hunter

53

Piaggio P.108 Bombardier

-4 engine Italian WW2 Bomber, who knew that Italians actually knew how to fight?

54

Pilatus P.2 (none)

55

Scottish Aviation CC.1/CC.2 Twin Pioneer

-Tri tail

-No external differences between variants

56

Fiat/Aeritalia G.91 (none)

-Flown by the Germans, Italians, and Portuguese.

57

SAI KZ-III (none)

-SAI stands for Societá Aeronautica Italiana, this aircraft was used by the Danish Air Force as an air ambulance.

-64 Built as per wikipedia

58

Airbus A400M-180 Atlas

-Grizzly is not an acceptable nickname answer it is specific to the prototype models only.

59

DeHavilland of Canada CC-108 Caribou

-military designation for the Royal Canadian Air Force

60

Junkers Ju-87 Stuka

-Extremely effective psychological weapon during WW II; horns attached to the front would litteraly schreme in a steep dive

61

I.Ae 24 Calquín

-Tactical bomber built in Argentina that was retired in 1960

62

Supermarine F1 Scimitar

63

Saab JAS.39 Grippen

64

Airbus KC.3 Voyager

-This is  KC.3 Because because there are three refuling points

65

Fiat Br.20 Cicogna

66

Dassault (none) Super Etendard

67

Dassault M.D.450 Ouragan

-'Q' Side has had the tip tanks removed.

68

Fairchild TP-88 Metro III

 

69

DINFIA IA 35 Huanquaro

-Used by the Argentine Air Force with more than 50 of them being produced.

70

McDonnell Douglas AV-8B Matador

-Harrier II in Spanish Colors

 

71

Grumman Mk.II Martlet

-Export version of the F4F Wildcat to Great Britain

72

Bristol 164 Brigand

-No gun turrets like the 163 Buckingham

73

Blohm & Voss BV.141 (none)

74

Basler AC-47T Fantasma

-Used by the Columbians in anti-drug operations

75

Heinkel He-111 (none)

-Powered by two BMW VI liquid cooled V12 engines, used extensivley during the Blitz bombing of London

76

Pilatus P-2 (none)

77

Boulton Paul P.82 Defiant

78

IAI C.2/C.7 Kfir/Lion Cub

-Either C.2 or C.7 will be acceptable for this aircraft, note that the vertical stabilizer spine has a triangular air inlet at the leading edge.

-edit 04.06.2016 Justin T: Changed 'A' side picture to Kfir, had previously shown a Atlas (none) Cheetah

79

Saab J21R (none)

-Jet powered variant of the J21 with the elevator raised to the top of the vertical stabilizer

-65 in total produced, number designation must have "R"

80

Dassault B2 Super Mystère

81

Canadair CF-5/CF-116A Freedom Fighter

82

Messerschmitt Me 323 Gigant

83

Avro Canada CF-105 Arrow

-Edit 7/24, added Canada to Manufacture, Glenn

 

84

Dornier Do.24 (none)

85

Blohm & Voss HA-139 (none)

-3 built total

-Used as a spotter for axis U-boats to attack allied convoys in the North Sea

86

ENAER 50CN Pantera

-A variant of the Dassault 50 Mirage which is license built by ENAER for the Chilean air force.

-Also the vertical stabilizer has a double break

87

Beechcraft CT-145 Super King Air

-Canadian military designation

88

EKW C-36 (none)

-Similar to the F&W C-3605 Schlepp/(none), the engine is not a turboprop and there are only two vertical stabilizers.

89

Vickers Mk.I - Mk.III Warwick

-Large air scoops ontop of the engine help distinguish this aircarft from its brother aircraft the Wellington.

-Could also be seen as the Mk.V or ASR (Airborne Sea Rescue) number designations.

90

Saab J21R (none)

-Jet powered variant of the J21 with the elevator raised to the top of the vertical stabilizer

-65 in total produced, number designation must have "R"

91

Canadair CC-106 Yukon

92

Hawker T.1-T.8 Hunter

-There are over 50 different designations for this aircraft in export, trainer, and fighter variants

93

Junkers Ju-86 (none)

-Used by several different militaries and in passenger service as well. The passenger variant lacks the distinguishing nose turret.

94

CASA 2.111 (none)

-Not a Heinkel He.111 (none) because the engine air scoops are located to far forward.

95

DeHavilland of Canada CC-142 Dash 8

-Not to be confused with the CT-142 which has a large radar in the nose. 

-Also the CT-142 does not seem to ever be painted in this A slide paint scheme.

96

Avro 19 Anson

97

Short S.45 Seaford

-Military variant of the S.45 Solent

98

Bristol 163 Buckingham

- Gun turrets are common on this type unlike the 164 Brigand

99

Hurel Dubois HD.34 (none)

-Used as a recon aircraft by the French IGN

100

Scottish Aviation CC.1 Pioneer

101

Heinkel He 112 (none)

102

F&W C-3605 Schlepp/(none)

-Schlepp is preferred in all situations over (none).

-Cousin to the EKW C-36 (none), this aircraft has a much larger nose housing a turboprop engine, also has three vertical stabilizers.

103

Guizhou JJ-7 Mongol

-Chinese produced MiG-21UM

104

De Havilland DH.100 Vampire

-The DH.100 as a two seat cousin that bears the designation D.115 and retains the name vampire. Vampires, always have straight wings with no tip tanks or wing fences.

105

Blackburn C.1/B-101 Beverley

-49 in total produced according to Wikipedia.

106

Vickers B.1 Valiant

107

Blackburn Mk.IV Firebrand

108

Piaggio PD-808 (none)

109

IAI G550 CAEW

-Also flown by the Italians, the US Navy has also announced intentions to fly one.

110

Embraer EMB-121 Xingu

111

Canadair CP.107 Argus

112

Piaggio P.166S Albatross

-The Albatross name and 'S' was used exclusively for the South African Air Force

 

113

BAe Gr.5/7/9 Harrier II

114

Heinkel He100 (none)

115

Hawker Siddeley C.1 Andover

-edit 10.21.2014 Justin: Changed number to actual military designation

116

DeHavilland of Canada DHC-1 Chipmunk

117

Morane Saulnier MS-505 Criquet

-Produced by the French at the end of World War II. Remaining Fi-156 engines were used until they ran out and then replaced by the Jacobs R-755-A2 radial engine.

118

Avro Canada CF-105 Arrow

-Only 5 were ever built the 6th was about 93 percent done when production on all aircraft ceased.

-Designed to be an interceptor aircraft.

119

Fokker Dr.1 Driedecker

-Infamous Red Baron aircraft flown by Manfred von Richtofen credited with 80 air combat victories

120

Nord N.2501 Noratlas

121

Handley Page K.2 Victor

122

Hawker FGA.6 Sea Hawk

-Several different number variants exist for this aircraft including export variant to Germany as the Mk.100 series

123

SOCATA 235G/F Guerrier

124

IAI C.2/C.7 Kfir/Lion Cub

-Either C.2 or C.7 will be acceptable for this aircraft, note that the vertical stabilizer spine has a triangular air inlet at the leading edge.

125

Arado AR234 (none)/Blitz

-edit 04.03.2014 Glenn: Friendly name; best not use it for write ins

126

Hispano HA-200 Saeta

127

Harbin H-5 (none)

-Carbon copy of the IL-28

128

Panavia Gr.1 Tornado

129

IAI 202B Arava

-Modified wing, slightly longer than a 101

130

Henschel HS.129 (none)/Panzer Knacker

-Can be seen with a 75mm cannon mounted under fuselage, space was so scarce in the cockpit that instruments were placed on the engine cowlings.

-Panzer Knacker stands for tank cracker, and while not a common US name it is standard in every German text I have read -Justin T.

131

BAe AEW.3 Nimrod

-Orignally built by Hawker Siddeley this variant was produced by BAe. In a write in situation try to remeber BAe for this variant. It would be the extremely harsh test to not allow Hawker Siddeley.

132

DeHavilland DH.112 Venom

133

Aeritalia/Alenia G.222 (none)

-Later developed into the C-27J Spartan. Never has more than 4 blades on each engine and is typically seen with 3.

134

Avro Mk.I-Mk.V Shackleton

-Distinguishing nose turret along with engines. Company designation was the 696.

135

Avro Mk.I-Mk.V Shackleton

-Distinguishing nose turret along with engines. Company designation was the 696.

136

Fairey Mk.II Barracuda

-Used by the British during the Second World War. Could also be seen as the Mk.I through Mk.V

137

Vickers (none) Wellington III

138

Saab J29 Tuunan

139

DeHavilland DH.98 Mosquito

140

Canadair CF-104 Starfighter 

-Canadian designation, built under license

141

Boeing CC-177 Globemaster III

142

Embraer VU-9 Xingu

-Brasilian Air Force designation used for VIP transport

143

DeHavilland DH.103 Hornet

-Has a spine in front of the vertical stabilizer

-Has square wing tips

144

Airtech CN.235 (none)

-Manufacturer could also be see as IPTN

145

Dornier Do.228-201 (none)

-Several other countries operate the Do.228 in a armed forces role

146

Siebel Si.204 (none)

147

Canadair CT-114 Tutor

148

Saab 18 (none)

-Aircraft could also be seen with radial engines. Note that the cockpit is slightly offset to the left from the pilots perspective.

149

DeHavilland of Canada CC-115 Buffalo

150

Heinkel He-177 Greif

-The only operational long range bomber to be flown be the Germans during World War II

151

FFVS J-22 (none)

-Used exclusively by Sweden

152

BAe VU-93 (none)

-The manufacturer could also show up as Hawker Siddeley.

153

CASA C207 Azor

154

Focke Wulf Fw 190 Würger (Shrike)

155

Blackburn B.26 Botha

156

Hawker FGA.6 Sea Hawk

157

Canadair CL-215 (none)

158

Lockheed KC1 Tri-Star

 

159

Supermarine F.1/2/3/4/5/7 Swift

160

Focke Wulf Fw.189 Uhu

-Shares the same name with the Heinkel He.219 

-Used in the scout role

161

Caudron C.714 Cyclone

162

Heinkel He 162 Volksjäger/Salamander

-edit 12.11.2014 Justin: added salamander

163

Supermarine FB.1/FB.2 Attacker

-182 aircraft built and used by the Royal British Navy.

164

Lockheed KC1 Tri-Star

165

Avro B.2 Vulcan

166

Ayers S2R-660P Archangel

-Note the gear is not typical for Ayers

167

Fokker Dr.1 Driedecker

-The infamous Red Baron aircraft flown by Manfred von Richtofen with 80 air combat victories

168

Saab 17 (none) 

-Unique and easily identifiable by its landing gear, the Saab 17 was produced in slightly greater numbers than the Saab 18, with 323 being produced and delivered.

169

Embraer AT-26 Xavante

-License built copy of the Aermacchi MB-326 (none) for Brasil

170

Piaggio PD-808 (none)

171

Fiat/Aeritalia G.91 (none)

-Flown by the Germans, Italians, and Portuguese.

172

Lockheed CP-140 Aurora

173

EKW C-36 (none)

174

Short Mk.I Stirling

175

Heinkel He 51 (none)

176

BAe Gr.5/7/9 Harrier II

177

Blackburn Mk.IV Firebrand

178

Gulfstream S-102B Korpen

-The Swedish military operates a pair of these aircraft conducting electronic intelligence operations.

-Aircraft is a GIV model

179

Messerschmitt Bf 109 (none)

180

Armstrong Whitworth AW.38 Whitley

-Stupid looking chin. Also has four machine guns in the tail of the aircraft which was slightly unusual.

181

DeHavilland DH.112 Venom

182

Dornier Do.335 Pfeil (Arrow)

183

Gloster FAW.IX Javelin

-Changed designation to FAW. 1/20 Glenn

184

Pilatus P-2 (none)

185

Basler AC-47T Fantasma

-BT-67 gunship conversion use by the Columbians for anti-drug ops

-Note the sensor pod just below the nose

186

Aermacchi/Alenia M-346 Master

-30 on order by the Israeli Air Force, 9 delivered on March 24, 2016.

-Does not have the distinctive notch in the horizontal stabilizer that the Yakovlev Yak-130 Mitten has.

187

DeHavilland DH.110 Sea Vixen

188

Rec Both

Left: Hawker FGA.1-7 Hunter

Right: Lockheed Martin F-16 Fighting Falcon

189

Alenia/Lockheed C-27J Spartan

-Development of the Aeritalia/Alenia G.222 (none). Also flown by the United States Air Force and after that the Coast Guard.

190

Aermacchi AM.3C Bosbok

-Important to note that Bosbok is only a South African designation.

191

Breguet Br.941S (none)

192

Blackburn B-24 Skua

193

F&W C-3605 Schlepp/(none)

-Schlepp is preferred in all situations over (none).

-Cousin to the EKW C-36 (none), this aircraft has a much larger nose housing a turboprop engine, also has three vertical stabilizers.

194

Scottish Aviation T.1 Bulldog

 

195

Dassault M.D.303/311/312/315 Flamant

-M.D.315 is the most common model number; all of the others are legitimate

196

DeHavilland DH.98 Mosquito

197

SOCATA TB-30 Epsilon

198

Percival T.1 Provost

Manufacturer's designation P.65 Provost

199

Saab 32 Lansen

200

Dassault MD.454 Mystere IV

201

Rec Both

Boeing CF-18 Hornet (top)

Boeing CC-137 (none) (bottom)

202

Focke Wulf Ta 154 Moskito

-Edit 4/2 Glenn: replaced Q photo, showed a HS 129

-Very rare aircraft less than a handful produced.

203

Hispano HA-1112 Buchon

-License built Messerschmitt bf.109 for Spain

204

Avro Mk.1/685 York

205

Fairey AS.6 Firefly

206

Avro Mk.I/683 Lancaster

207

Supermarine F1 Scimitar

208

Morraine-Saulnier MS.470/2/4/5 Vanneau

-Most numerous with the above seen radial, though can be seen with other engines

-Post World War II french primary trainer

209

Hawker Siddeley Mr.2 Nimrod

210

Dornier Do.18 (none)

211

Rec both

Dassault MD.315 Flamants (Top)

Nord N1101 Noralpha/Ramier I (Bottom)

-Could also be seen as the Ramier 1. This designation is specific to the French military only, and the number stays the same.

 

212

Messerschmitt bf.110 (none)/Zerstörer

213

Handley Page Mk.II - Mk.VII Halifax

-Can be seen with Rolls Royce Merlin engines or the Hercules radial engines.

214

Dassault (none) Rafale

-Twin intakes seperated by fueselage

-Two cockpit braces

-Rectangle brace on vertical stabilizer

215

Dassault (none) Super Etendard

-Seen in some ridiculous paint schemes.

216

DeHavilland DH.110 Sea Vixen

217

Dassault 2000 Mirage

218

DeHavilland of Canada CC-132 Dash 7

219

ATR 42MP Surveyor

220

Blohm und Voss Bv.138 Seedrache/(none)

221

Embraer P-95 Bandeirulha

-Brazillian maritime patrol variant

222

Heinke He-111 (none)

-Powered by two BMW VI liquid cooled V12 engines, commonly seen as the aircraft that played a massive role in the Blitz of London

223

CASA C207 Azor

224

Supermarine Mk.XIX Spitfire

225

Atlas (none) Cheetah C

-Based on the Dassault III Mirage and to a much larger extent the IAI C.2/C.7 Kfir. A consistent difference between the IAI and the Atlas is that the Atlas lacks the air inlet at the front of the vertical stabilizer spine.

226

Miles M.38 Messenger

227

CASA 2.111 (none)

-Not a Heinkel He.111 (none) because the engine air scoops are located to far forward.

228

DeHavilland of Canada DHC-5 Buffalo

-Turbo props unlike the DHC-4 Caribou

-T-tail instead of cruciform

229

Brewster A-34 Bermuda

-Designation given to the Brewster SB2A Buccaneer under the Lend-Lease Program during WW2

230

Beechcraft 350CER Shadow R.1

231

Boeing AEW.1 Sentry

-British designation for the E-3, has the refueling probe and extra pods on the wingtips.

232

CASA C207 Azor

233

Heinkel He-280 (none)

234

DeHavilland DH.103 Sea Hornet

-Has a spine in front of the vertical stabilizer

-edit 29.01.2015 Justin: Changed A slide and name to reflect folding wings of the DH.103 Sea Hornet

235

Avro T.2/701 Athena

236

Handley Page HP.52 Hampden

-edit 05.06.2015 Alex Browne: Changed designation from HP.42 to correct HP.52

237

Hawker Mk.V Tempest

-4 blades on the Tempest the Typhoon has 3.

238

Handley Page HP.67 Hastings

-Tail dragger aircraft

239

Lockheed CP-140 Aurora

240


 

Dornier Do.335 Pfeil (Arrow)

241

Fairey (none) Albacore

-Cannot find consistent sources for designation; will remain (none) for now

242

Focke Wulf Fw-187 Falke

-According to Wikipedia a grand total of 9 were produced

243

Hawker FGA.1-7 Hunter

244

Nord NC.856 Norvigie

-112 built, came from the NC.850 line.

245

Diamond Da-62 MPP

246

Airbus CC-150 Polaris

-May or may not have the refueling probes under the wings. Commonly seen in one of two paint schemes.

247

Heinkel He-177 Greif

-The only operational long range bomber used by the Germans during World War II

248

Britten Norman BN-2T Defender

-Military variant of the Britten norman BN-2A Islander

-BN-2T-4000 may also be seen

249

Boeing CC-177 Globemaster III

250

Dassault 2000 Mirage

251

Airbus KC.2 Voyager

-This is a KC.2 because there are only wing pod refueling units

252

AMX International A-1 (none)/AMX

-Single pilot and tandem seating in the Brazillian Air Force should still be designated the A-1. When seen in Italian Air Force colors the designation becomes te AMX International A-11 Ghibli.

253

Canadair CC.109 Cosmopolitan

254

Junkers Ju-87 Stuka

255

Dassault (none) Rafale

256

Dassault IV Etendard

-The answer side is a IVM as it does not have the much larger probe. In a write in situation just use IV.

257

DeHavilland of Canada CC-132 Dash 7

258

Embraer EMB-314/A-29 Super Tucano

(Edit 11/24) chris from 312 tucano

259

Transall C-160 (none)

260

Hawker FGA.6 Sea Hawk

261

Canadair CT-114 Tutor

262

English Electric F2A Lightning

263

Dassault IV Mirage

264

Morane Saulnier MS-505 Criquet

-Produced by the French at the end of World War II. Remaining Fi-156 engines were used until they ran out and then replaced by the Jacobs R-755-A2 radial engine.

265

Dassault IV Etendard

266

Hawker FB.11 Seafury

267

F&W C-3605 Schlepp/(none)

-Schlepp is preferred in all situations over (none).

-Cousin to the EKW C-36 (none), this aircraft has a much larger nose housing a turboprop engine, also has three vertical stabilizers.

268

Saab JAS.39 Grippen

269

Saab 91 Safir

270

IAI G550 CAEW

-Also flown by the Italians, the US Navy has also announced intentions to fly one.

271

De Havilland DH.100 Vampire

-The DH.100 as a two seat cousin that bears the designation D.115 and retains the name vampire. Vampires, always have straight wings with no tip tanks or wing fences.

272

Blackburn S.1/S.2 Buccaneer

273

AMX International A-11 Ghibli

-Aircraft has different names and numbers when flying for Brazil and Italy. Brazil is the A-1 (none)/AMX. Correcting previous belief that this aircraft is the AMX (none) AMX. Is also used as an advanced trainer in addition to its ground attack role.

274

CANT Z.1007 Alcione

-Widely regarded as the best Italian bomber of the war.

275

Supermarine FB.1/FB.2 Attacker

276

Aerospatiale 90 Super Magister

277

Messerschmitt Me 410 Horniße

278

DeHavilland DH.110 Sea Vixen

279

Focke Wulf Fw 200 Condor

280

Blackburn B-25 Roc

281

Bregeut 1150 Atlantic

282

ATR 42MP Surveyor

283

FMA IA50 Guarani II

284

AMX International A-11 Ghibli

-Aircraft has different names and numbers when flying for Brazil and Italy. Brazil is the A-1 (none)/AMX. Correcting previous belief that this aircraft is the AMX (none) AMX. Is also used as an advanced trainer in addition to its ground attack role.

285

Antonov An-71 Madcap

286

Aeritalia/Alenia G.222 (none)

-Later developed into the C-27J Spartan. Never has more than 4 blades on each engine and is typically seen with 3.

287

Handley Page Mk.II - Mk.VII Halifax

-Can be seen with Rolls Royce Merlin engines or the Hercules radial engines.

288

Ayers S2R-660P Archangel

289

Avro Mk.I/679 Manchester 

-Looks like Lancaster but only has two engines

290

SEPECAT Gr.1/Gr.3 Jaguar

291

Junkers Ju-87 Stuka

292

Fairchild TP-88 Metro III

Executive transport for the Swedish Air Force

293

Scottish Aviation CC.1 Pioneer

294

Junkers Ju-88 (none)

295

Supermarine F1 Scimitar

296

Dewoitine D.520 (none)

297

Partenavia P68 Observer

-Flown by both countries seen here, the reason this aircraft is in this deck and not World Multi GA is that it is paid for with tax dollars. Therefore it is a government owned aircraft.

298

Blohm und Voss Bv.138 Seedrache/(none)

299

Airspeed As.10 Oxford

(Edited 10/3/15 Browne: Answer slide depicted Avro Anson)

300

Scottish Aviation CC.1/CC.2 Twin Pioneer

-Tri tail

-No external differences between variants

301

Fairey AS.4/AEW.3 Gannet

302

Breguet Br.1050 Alize

303

EKW C-36 (none)

-Similar to the F&W C-3605 Schlepp/(none), the engine is not a turboprop and there are only two vertical stabilizers.

304

Neiva C-42 Regente

-Light utility aircraft used by the Brazillian air force.

305

Messerschmitt Me.163 Comet

306

FFVS J-22 (none)

-Used exclusively by Sweden

307

Raytheon R1 Sentinel

308

Fleet 60 Fort

309

Canadair CF-104 Starfighter

-Canadian designation for the Lockheed F-104 Starfighter, built under license

310

Curtiss-Wright CW-21 (none)

311

Dassault B2 Super Mystère

312

Fiat G.55 Centauro

-Same engine as the Messerschmitt Bf.109 (none)

313

Dassault MD.454 Mystere IV

314

Sud Ouest S.O. 4050 Vautor

315

Fokker T.V (none)

316

Avro Mk.I/694 Lincoln

317

Blohm und Voss HA-139 (none)

-Interwar mailplane

-Also saw limited maritime partrol use during the first two years of WWII

318

Blackburn S.1/S.2 Buccaneer

-Giant round intakes

319

Short Mk.I Stirling

320

Supermarine FB.1/FB.2 Attacker

-182 aircraft built and used by the Royal British Navy.

321

Short S.45 Seaford

-Military variant of the S.45 Solent

322

Beechcraft B200 Cormorán

-9 Operated by the Argentinian Navy.

323

Messerschmitt Me 163 Komet

324

Heinkel He-219 Uhu

325

Dewoitine D.520 (none)

326

Vickers K.2 (none)

-Could also be seen in a refueling variant designated: C1, C1K, K2, K3, or K4. All of these having minor exterior differences but varying greatly in the internal tank layout.

327

Fairey Mk.II Battle

328

DeHavilland DH.98 Mosquito

329

Vickers Mk.I - Mk.III Warwick

-Large air scoops ontop of the engine help distinguish this aircarft from its brother aircraft the Wellington.

330

Hurel Dubois HD.34 (none)

331

Saab 37 Viggen

332

Heinkel He-111Z Zwilling

-Built from two modified Heinkel He-111 aircraft. Approximately 16 produced.

333

Dassault M.D.450 Ouragan

334

Vickers (none)/Mk.1 Wellesley

335

Raytheon CT-156 Harvard II

336

Hawker FGA.6 Seahawk

337

Westland Mk.I Welkin

-Built in response to the British believing that high altitude German attacks would materialise in 1943.

-100 ordered only 80 built after suspected attacks never materialised.

338

Nord N.3400 Norbarbe

-Used by the French Army as an observation post and casualty evacuator

339

Grumman AS.3 Avenger 

-Canadian military designation for the Grumman TBM Avenger

340

Short Mk.I Stirling

-Two wheels on the tail steering end, four barrells commly seen in the tail gunners position, although not to be confused with the many Avros which have similiar gun set ups.

341

BAe 100/T.1 Hawk

342

Fairey AS.6 Firefly

343

Short TT.2 Sturgeon

-Only 28 produced and used in a variety of roles by the British.

344

Eurofighter EF2000 Typhoon

-Square intakes directly under cockpit, one cockpit brace, and no brace/antenna at the top of the vertical stabilizer.

345

Fiat/Aeritalia G.91 (none)

-Flown by the Germans, Italians, and Portuguese.

346

Raytheon CT-156 Harvard II

347

Henschel HS.129 (none)/Panzer Knacker

-Can be seen with a 75mm cannon mounted under fuselage, space was so scarce in the cockpit that instruments were placed on the engine cowlings.

-Panzer Knacker stands for tank cracker, and while not a common US name it is standard in every German text I have read -Justin T.

348

Dassault 2000 Mirage

349

Canadair CC-144 Challenger

350

Ayers S2R-660P Archangel

351

Gloster J-8A Gladiator

-Also known as the Gloster Mk.III Gladiator in British Colours.

352

Arado Ar.68 (none)

353

Nord N.2501 Noratlas

354

Dassault M.D.303/311/312/315 Flamant

-M.D.315 is the most common model number; all of the other are legitimate answers however

355

Nord N.3400 Norbarbe

-Used in an observation and casualty evacuation role by the French Army

356

Saab J29 Tunnan

357

Percival P.66/C.Mk.I Pembroke

358

Avro B.2 Vulcan

359

Rockwell TP86 Sabreliner

-Only one ever given to Sweden to use, the local designation of TP86 for what is essentially a 40A needs to be a gut call on any given test.

360

Canadair CF-86 Sabre

-May also be seen as the CL-13; in a write in situation always use CF-86

 

361

Saab J37 Viggen

362

Nord N.2501 Noratlas

363

Bristol (none) Bolingbroke

-MPA aircraft used by RCAF in WWII

364

Saab J35 Drakken

365

Fairey AS.4/AEW.3 Gannet

366

SEPECAT T.2 Jaguar

-Changed Q slide, showed a GR.1 (Glenn, 1/21)

367

Dassault (none) Super Etendard

368

BAe 200 Hawk

369

Dassault III Mirage

370

Hawker Mk.I Typhoon

-3 blades Hawker Typhoon the Tempest has 4, also guns on the Typhoon stick out, Tempest has wing barrels.

371

Junkers Ju-86 (none)

-Used by several different militaries and in passenger service as well. The passenger variant lacks the distinguishing nose turret.

372

DeHavilland DH.103 Sea Hornet

-Same features as the Hornet with folding wings and an arrestor hook

373

Vickers K.2 (none)

-Could also be seen in a refueling variant designated: C1, C1K, K2, K3, or K4. All of these having minor exterior differences but varying greatly in the internal tank layout.

374

Boeing CC-137 (none)

-Used in a variety of transport roles including VIP, Tanker, and med-evac. 

-Edit 09.19.2016 Justin T: Husky is not an official nickname for the aircraft and refers to the squadron rather than the actual aircraft. Changed to (none).

375

Saab J21 (none)

-Early pusher aircraft, there is a J21R that is a jet powered variant of this aircraft.

376

Beagle CC.I/B.206 Basset

377

Hawker FGA.6 Sea Hawk

-Several different number variants exist for this aircraft including export variant to Germany as the Mk.100 series

378

Saab 18 (none)

-Although it looks like a World War II Aircraft this plane was not mass produced until late 1944. 245 total aircraft were produced and delivered.

379

Hawker U-125 (none)

380

Dassault IV Mirage

381

Bristol Mk.I Bombay

382

Gloster Mk.III Gladiator

383

SOCATA 235G/F Guerrier

384

Gloster (none) Meteor

385

SEPCAT Gr.2 Jaguar

386

English Electric F.3 Lightning

387

Hawker FB.11 Seafury

388

Vickers B.1 Valiant

389

English Electric F.3 Lightning

390

Saab B17A (none)

391

Beechcraft CT-145 Super King Air

-Canadian military designation may also be seen as 'CC'

392

Bristol 152 Beaufort

393

Gloster FAW.IX Javelin

-Changed designation to FAW (Fighter All Weather), Glenn 1/20

394

FMA IA-58 Pucará

395

DeHavilland of Canada CT-142 Dash 8

-Not to be confused with the CC-142 which does not have the large nose bulge.

396

Embraer P-95 Bandeirulha

-Brazilian maritime patrol variant

397

Westland Mk.I Whirlwind

398

Aermacchi AM.3C Bosbok

399

IAI C.2/C.7 Kfir/Lion Cub

-Either C.2 or C.7 will be acceptable for this aircraft, note that the vertical stabilizer spine has a triangular air inlet at the leading edge.

400

FMA IA58 Pucará

401

SEPECAT Gr.1/Gr.3 Jaguar

-Comm antenna at the top of the vertical stabilizer; square intakes on either side of the cockpit.

402

Embraer KC-390 (none)

-Expected to enter service in 2016

403

Heinkel He-112 (none)

404

Grumman AS.3 Avenger

405

Dassault CC-117 Falcon

406

Junkers Ju-352 Herkules

-Developed fromt the Junkers Ju-252 with 50 built. Aircraft could also be put in the Eastern European deck but I feel should belong here with the other German aircraft.  edit Justin T: 12.14.2017

407

CASA C-295MPA Persuader

-The Persuader is used in a maritime patrol and anti-submarine role. Currently, the only operator of this type is Chile.

408

Saab B17A (none)

409

Canadair CT-114 Tutor

410

Heinkel He-219 Uhu

411

Supermarine Mk.XVII Seafire

412

Handley Page HP.67 Hastings

-Tail dragger