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Somalia

Somali Air Corps (SAC)

1961 to 1991


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Tailfin

Theme markings were used during early independence period. The main markings were painted in six standard positions. The finflash painted on the rudder.

Example: North American P-51 Mustang/F-51 Cavalier


Wings and tailfin

The main markings were painted in six standard positions.

Example: MiG MiG-17/J-5/Lim-5/Lim-6 Fresco
Example: MiG MiG-21/J-7 Fishbed/Mongol

On the transport aircraft no tail roundel, it painted on the fuselage.

Example: Aeritalia G-222/C-27 Spartan

The helicopters carried only fuselage roundels.

Example: Mil Mi-4/Z-5 Hound


Boom

One Mi-8M was found in derelict condition by US Marines at Mogadischu airfield, in 1991. The national marking applied on the boom is not confirmed: the few available photographs of this helicopter show in in a very poor condition, with only a very faded light blue field in that place.

Example: Mil Mi-8/Mi-17/Mi-18 Hip

1991 to Present

In 1991 Somali fall into Chaos and disintegrated into the little pieces controled by enmity clans.

Somaliland Aiviation

1991 to Present

On May 18, 1991, the people of Somaliland declared independence from Somalia. However, it was not recognized by any other country or international organization.


Unconfirmed

According the unconfirmed sources Somalilend has air wing and its aircraft carry roundels based on the old national flag.


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