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Denmark

Royal Danish Air Force (Flyvevaaben)

1912 to 1940


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1 July 1912 Army Flying School established. 1 Feb 1923 separate Army Flying Corps formally established. 1932 AFC renamed Haerens Flyvertropper (Danish Airforce). The main markings in the standard six positions.

Example: Bristol Bulldog
Example: Fokker D.XXI

1940 to 1945


Main

During WW2 Denmark was occupied by German forces. During this period Danish marked aircrafts were used in Greenland and in training on Allied Bases. In Sweden in 1945 a project 'Danish Brigade' was formed. The Danish Brigada was never used, but carried Danish markings on its aircraft.

1945 to Present


Main

Tailfin

Danish Air Force was reformed in 1945 from RAF units, but sharing flying school with Navy. On 1 October 1950 the Royal Danish Air Force was formed combining the Army and Navy air services. 1970 Army, Navy and Air Force placed under unified Defence High Command. The main marking is displayed in 6 positions (ie above and below each wing, and on each side of the fuselage) on aircraft - but on fuselage sides only on helicopters. The fin flash is displayed on the fin of fixed wing types.

Example: Lockheed F-104 Starfighter

Danish Naval Air Service (Soevaernets Flyvetjaeneste)

1912 to 1940


Main

Tailfin

1950 to Present


Main

Tailfin

The main marking is displayed in 6 positions (ie above and below each wing, and on each side of the fuselage) on aircraft - but on fuselage sides only on helicopters. The fin flash is displayed on the fin. Navy types do not carry service titles. Addition 'anchor' only on fuselage.

Danish Army Air Service (Haerens Flyvetjaeneste)

1971 to Present


Main

Tailfin

The main marking is displayed in 6 positions (ie above and below each wing, and on each side of the fuselage) on aircraft - but on fuselage sides only on helicopters. The fin flash is displayed on the fin of fixed wing types, or the tailboom of helicopters. Army types do not carry service titles.


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