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Old July 9th, 2016, 09:19 AM   #1
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Museo de la Aviación (4) by santiago lopez-pastor, en Flickr

Agusta Bell 47.

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UH-1 Iroquois, one of the most used hellicopters in Vietnam war.

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Aérospatiale SA-318 C Alouette II, height record in 1958: 10,984 m (36,027 ft).

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Alouette III.

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Old July 9th, 2016, 09:28 AM   #3
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Wsk Mil Mi-2, a sovietic hellicopter made in Poland, in Spain it was used as a fire extinction hellicopter.

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Bo 105, it was the first model able to make a looping. It's the typical hellicopter of spanish police.

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Casa C 101 Aviojet "Mirlo", a spanish airplane designed in the 70's, used by the Patrulla Águila in their acrobatic exhibitions.

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There is a part of the hangar 1 recently reformed, dedicated to aviation pioneers.

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C.A.S.A. C-352L, a version of the german Junkers JU52. During the Ifni war (1956-1958) it was used for bombings and parachuting.

Museo de la Aviación (74) by santiago lopez-pastor, en Flickr

Hispano Aviación HA-200 Saeta, also called "Supersaeta" (translated: Super Arrow). It was the first reaction airplane made in Spain, in 1955.

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North American B-25 "Mitchell", used by many countries in the Second World War. It was the plane that bombed Tokyo, because it was the only bombardier able to take off from an aircraft carrier.

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Volunteers restoring an airplane.

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Hangar 2, with flight simulators, engines, army badges...

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Missiles used by the Mirage and F1.

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