Italian F-35A with Special Typhoon Colour Schemes

Unread postPosted: 02 Aug 2017, 12:52
by spazsinbad
https://theaviationist.com/2017/08/01/t ... -together/
"...On Saturday Jun. 24, Grosseto airbase hosted the event that celebrated the 100th anniversary of five Italian Air Force squadrons: the IX Gruppo (9th Squadron, using the Roman numerals), belonging to the 4° Stormo (Wing), based at Grosseto; the X and XII Gruppo (10th and 12th Squadron), both belonging to the 36° Stormo, Gioia del Colle; the XIII Gruppo (13th Squadron), with the 32° Stormo from Amendola; and the XVIII Gruppo (18th Squadron), belonging to the 37° Stormo, based at Trapani.

Each of the centenary squadrons unveiled a special colored aircraft: the XIII Gruppo, flying the F-35A, presented the world’s first ever JSF CTOL (Conventional Take Off and Landing) variant with special tail markings; the IX, X, XII and XVIII, that fly the Eurofighter Typhoon, unveiled their special colored F-2000A jets...."


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Re: Italian F-35A with Special Typhoon Colour Schemes

Unread postPosted: 19 Mar 2018, 21:31
by dandy5
At this time I was in Italy and I saw it. I was impressed