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North American Texan/Harvard/Wirraway/BT-9/BT-14 - Congo (Katanga)

T-6G Texan 'DoSolle'
Serial: KA-30
Unit: Force Aerienne Katangaise

Kolwezi, October 1962. Camouflage scheme: Olive Green, Medium Grey uppersurfaces, Light Blue undersides. Roundels are absent. Note: Copper Katangan cross under cockpit. Serials are white. Propeller spinner is Bright Green.


Artist: unknown
Source: Insignia Magazine and Blue Rider Publishing
North American Texan/Harvard/Wirraway/BT-9/BT-14 - Congo (Katanga) | T-6G Texan 'DoSolle' | Force Aerienne Katangaise | KA-30


Artist: unknown
Source: Sent by OWL

North American Texan/Harvard/Wirraway/BT-9/BT-14 - Congo (Katanga) | T-6G Texan 'DoSolle' | Force Aerienne Katangaise | KA-30


One of the best-known Avikat T-6Gs was the example serialled 'KA-30'. The serial was applied by hand, and quite crudely. Note the orange 'X' bellow the cockpit, which represented the national marking: this was added at a later stage, since the same Texan was seen with its nick-name ('DoSolle'?) applied in front of the cockpit only.


Artist: © Tom Cooper
Source: The ACIG Journal

North American Texan/Harvard/Wirraway/BT-9/BT-14 - Congo (Katanga) | T-6G Texan 'DoSolle' | Force Aerienne Katangaise | KA-30

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