Military Roundels Flashcards Preview

Aircraft Recognition > Military Roundels > Flashcards

Flashcards in Military Roundels Deck (62):
1

Q image thumb

Israel

A image thumb
2

Q image thumb

Canada

 

If you missed this, please get your eyes checked. Canada government logo. Seen on many big transports and tankers. 

A image thumb
3

What country does this aircraft represent?

Q image thumb

Netherlands/Holland. Aircraft on the 'Q' side is a Fokker F.27 Friendship.

4

Q image thumb

Peru

 

Many very unique aircraft. Must know

A image thumb
5

Q image thumb

Pakistan

 

Many random models flown

A image thumb
6

Q image thumb

Finland

 

During WW2, Finland used this roundel. Important, since its not Germany!

A image thumb
7

Q image thumb

Jordan

A image thumb
8

Q image thumb

Sweden

 

Triple crown. Must know!

A image thumb
9

What country does this aircraft represent?

Q image thumb

China, aircraft is a Shenyang J-8 Finback

A image thumb
10

Q image thumb

Belarus

 

You can pretty much assume its Russia. Most of the time they have the Belarus flag on the tail

A image thumb
11

Q image thumb

South Korea

A image thumb
12

Q image thumb

France

 

French Naval roundel

A image thumb
13

What country does this aircraft represent?

Q image thumb

Spanish aircraft have this marking on the tail 99% of the time. Aircraft on the 'Q' side is a Eurofighter EF-2000 Typhoon.

A image thumb
14

Q image thumb

Austria

 

Very European air force. 

A image thumb
15

Q image thumb

Chile

 

They use this blue rudder with white star on all of their aircraft

A image thumb
16

Q image thumb

Czech Republic

 

Very Russian air force with a few twists

A image thumb
17

Q image thumb

United Kingdom

 

Low Vis roundel

A image thumb
18

Q image thumb

Vietnam

 

Very similiar to China.

A image thumb
19

Q image thumb

Italy

A image thumb
20

Q image thumb

Japan

 

Used throughout WW2 into the modern era. Look for the meatball

A image thumb
21

Q image thumb

Poland

 

Another must know! 

A image thumb
22

Q image thumb

Spain

 

Black and white X flag on tail too!

A image thumb
23

Q image thumb

Brazil

 

Important to know. They fly some unique aircraft

A image thumb
24

Q image thumb

United Kingdom

 

RAF/FAA

A image thumb
25

Q image thumb

Russia (Soviet Union)

 

Better dead than red

A image thumb
26

Q image thumb

Australia

 

Kangaroo logo. 

A image thumb
27

Q image thumb

India

 

Must know. Very unique air force with many aircraft only flown in India

A image thumb
28

Q image thumb

Chile

 

Another unique South American air force. Blue rudder with a White star another major identifier. 

A image thumb
29

Q image thumb

Saudi Arabia

A image thumb
30

Q image thumb

New Zealand

 

Kiwi logo, as opposed to the Australians, who have a Kangaroo

A image thumb
31

Q image thumb

Taiwan (Republic of China)

 

Due to trade limitations because of larger China, Taiwan has a very unique air force. 

A image thumb
32

Q image thumb

South Africa

 

Cold War logo

A image thumb
33

Q image thumb

Azerbaijan

 

Another Russian heavy air force. 

A image thumb
34

Q image thumb

South Africa

 

WW2 logo (Springbok)

A image thumb
35

Q image thumb

Bolivia

 

Rudder usually painted up as the flag. Roundel itself rare

A image thumb
36

Q image thumb

France

A image thumb
37

Q image thumb

Canada

 

Oh Canada. Completey different designation system (CC/CT). Look for the Maple Leaf

A image thumb
38

Q image thumb

North Korea

A image thumb
39

Q image thumb

Bulgaria

 

Yet another Eastern Bloc air force. Very Russian

A image thumb
40

Q image thumb

Mexico

A image thumb
41

Q image thumb

Iran

 

The IRIAF has many unique aircraft. 

A image thumb
42

Q image thumb

Afghanistan

 

They fly mostly Western aircraft.

A image thumb
43

Q image thumb

Russia

 

Russian Red Star.

A image thumb
44

Q image thumb

Romania

A image thumb
45

Q image thumb

Denmark

 

 

A image thumb
46

Q image thumb

Switzerland

A image thumb
47

Q image thumb

United States

 

Early WW2 logo. Red dot kept getting pilots confused with Japan

A image thumb
48

Q image thumb

Egypt

A image thumb
49

Q image thumb

Norway

A image thumb
50

Q image thumb

Algeria

 

Very small military. Combo of US and Russian aircraft flown

A image thumb
51

Q image thumb

Germany

A image thumb
52

Q image thumb

Albania

 

Eastern Bloc aircraft, with a few Western helicopters and the like as they modernize. 

A image thumb
53

Q image thumb

Greece

 

Hellenic Air Force

A image thumb
54

Q image thumb

South Africa

 

Modern roundel

A image thumb
55

Q image thumb

Argentina

 

The Argentina flag is usually on the tail. Very unique inventory

A image thumb
56

Q image thumb

Bangladesh

 

Russian heavy inventory. Note that some aircraft, like the Chengdu F-7 Airguard, have unique designations

A image thumb
57

Q image thumb

Italy

 

Italy during WW2 had a completely different roundel

A image thumb
58

Q image thumb

Ecuador

 

These guys fly some unique aircraft as well

A image thumb
59

Q image thumb

Angola

 

Fly mostly Russian aircraft

A image thumb
60

Q image thumb

United States military

Multiple variations, including High Vis, and Low Vis schemes. 

A image thumb
61

Q image thumb

Belgium

 

Very European air force. They put the flag on the tail

A image thumb
62

Q image thumb

Finland

 

Another must know because of how unique this air force is

A image thumb