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Galland G 59

The subjective side of the coin.

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Galland G 59

Postby Invisible shadow » Tue Jun 13, 2017 2:35 am

The FAA had, on the other hand, a unique model of the Fiat G-59 fighter. Nicknamed El Aguila, this plane had many similarities with the Spitfire, and became Galland's favourite, and eventhough there are no testimonies to affirm this, it was also flown by the Italian aeronautic attaché in Argentina.


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