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Belgium

Belgium Air Force (Luchtcomposant/Composant Aerienne)

1915 to 1940


Main

Tailfin

The main marking is displayed in 4 positions (ie above and below each wing). The fin flash is usually displayed on the fin as shown above, but occasionally appears in the form of rudder stripes.

Example: Avia BH-21
Example: Avia BH-33/Ba-33

The main marking is displayed in 6 positions (ie above and below each wing and fuselage). No markings on the tail.

Example: Gloster Gladiator

1940 to 1946

Many aircraft destroyed on the ground during May 1940 Geramny invasion, with survivors retreating to France and then Britain. During WW2 many Belgium pilots flew with the Belgian squadrons of the British RAF.

1946 to 1948


Main

Tailfin

On 1 October 1946 the Belgische Luchtmacht/Force Aerienne Belge (Belgian Air Force) was formed from the Belgian squadrons of the British RAF. The main marking is displayed in 6 positions (ie above and below each wing and fuselage).

Example: Supermarine Spitfire

1949 to Present


Main

Tailfin

The main marking is displayed in 6 positions (ie above and below each wing and fuselage. Offen only on wings.).

Example: Lockheed F-104 Starfighter

Belgium Navy Component (Composante Marine)

1965 to Present


Main

Tailfin

The main marking is displayed in 2 positions on fuselage (for helicopters).

Army Component (Landcomponent/Composante Terrestre)

1954 to Present


Main

Tailfin

The main marking is displayed on the fuselage sides of the helicopters, and the standard 6 positions on fixed wing aircraft. The fin flash is not carried by helicopters. Army aircraft don't carry service titles.


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