Military Aircraft & Equipment
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Belgian Air Force, past and present.
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A1, 13 Sep 1960 Crash at Kigenge (Rwanda).
A2, 22 Sep 1960 crashed in Tanganyka lake near Magara (Burundi).
A3, OL-A03, A-03, (OTA-AA), W/O in accident at Brasschaat 29 Mar 1983.
A4, OL-A04, A-04, (OTA-AB), "Blue Bees" demo team, fate unknown.
A5, AL-A05, A-05, (OTA-AC), being restored at La Ferté-Alais (F.)
A6, OL-A06, A-06, (OTA-AD), Crashed at Merzbrück (D.) on 11 Oct 1984.
A7, crashed in Lake Tanganyka off Usumbura, Ruanda-Urundi.
A8, OL-A08, A-08, (OTA-AE), Withdrawn from use at Butzweilerhof (D.), instructional airframe at Butzweilerhof. & Brasschaat. Fate unknown.
A9; OL-A09, A-09, (OTA-AF), Crashed at Unna-Dreishaussen (D.).
A10, OL-A10, w/o in crash at Butzweilerhof (D.) 14 Apr 1966, parts used for instruction at Technical School at Saffraanberg.
A11, OL-A11, A-11, (OTA-AG), preserved at the Royal Army Museum, Brussels.
A12, OL-A12, A-12, (OTA-AH), fate unknown.
A13, OL-A13, A-13, (OTA-AI),Royal Army Museum - Brussels, Museo de Ar, Alverca (Portugal), stored at Ota (P.).
A14, OL-A14, A-14, (OTA-AJ), Crashed at Orchimont on 05 Nov 1975.Possibly repaired using spare parts.
A15, OL-A15, A-15 (OTA-AK), fate unknown.
A-16,OL-A16, A-16, (OTA-AL). On display at Butzweilhof (D.), Luftfahrt Museum Merseburg (D.)
A17, OL-A17, crashed on take off from Hechtel on 16 Aug 1967.
A18, OL-A18, A-18, (OTA-AM), Stored at Brasschaat, stored CAEA (Conservatoire de l'Air et de l'Espace d'Aquitaine) Bordeaux (F.)
A19, OL-A19, crashed at Werl (D.) on 29 Apr 1968.
A20, OL-A20, A-20, (OTA-AN), destroyed in hangar fire at Butzweilerhof (D.) on 23 Nov 1988.
OL-A21, A-21 (OTA-AO), fate unknown.
OL-A22, A-22, (OTA-AP), re-engined with Astazou powerplant, stored at Zutendaal, fate unknown.
OL-A23, A-23, (OTA-AQ), F-GPEP, F-WQIV, HB-ZBE, N577AG, Written off in crash Castlewarden (CO Kildare, IE) on 24 Oct 2007.
OL-A24, A24; (OTA-AR), fate unknown.
OL-A25, A-25 (OTA-AS), fate unknown
OL-A26, A-26, (OTA-AT), fate unknown
OL-A27, A27, (OTA-AU), Technical School at Saffraanberg as instructional airframe.
OL-A28, Crashed at Brasschaat on 20 Jan 1964.
OL-A29, A-29, (OTA-AV), "H-4" Militair Luchtvaart Museum, Soesterberg (Nl.)
OL-A30, A-30, (OTA-AW), crashed at Gulpen (Nl.) after rotor problems on 4 Sep 1987.
OL-A31, A-31, (OTA-AX), South Pole Expedition.
OL-A32; A-32, (OTA-AY), fate unknown.
OL-A33 (OTA-AZ), Crashed at Kaltherherberg (D.) on 2 Jul 1975.
OL-A35, A-35, (OTA-BB), gate guardian Bierset, stored at Beauvechain ?
OL-A35, A-35, (OTA-BB), destroyed in hangar fire at Butzweilerhof (D.) on 23 Nov 1988.
OL-A36, (OTA-BC), Belgian South Pole Expeditions 1964/65 and 1965/66, crashed at Brasschaat on 18 Sep 1974.
OL-A37, A-37, (OTA-BD), White c/s UN titles, stored at Bierset, stored at Zutendaal, stripped fuselage at Saffraanberg dump.
OL-A38, A-38, (OTA-BE), dismantled at Bierset.
OL-A39, crashed at Brasschaat on 05 Dec 1966.