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Aerospatiale SA.341/SA.342 Gazelle - Ecuador

SA.342
Serial: unknown
Unit: Escuadron de Ataque, Aviacion del Ejercito Ecuatoriana

The Ecuadorian Army operates a small air wing, equipped with few light transports and Aerospatiale SA.342 Gazelle helicopters. The later are equipped with HOT anti-tank guided missiles. One of the later is said to have been lost during the war - but closer circumstances remain unknown.


Artist: © Tom Cooper
Source: The ACIG Journal
Aerospatiale SA.341/SA.342 Gazelle - Ecuador | SA.342 | Escuadron de Ataque, Aviacion del Ejercito Ecuatoriana

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