Impala Mk II based on the Aermacchi MB-326

3년 전

In training colours.

In combat colours.


By Bob Adams from George, South Africa - SAAF Impala MkII 1075, CC BY-SA 2.0, Link

Showing the undercarriage

A slow spiraling barrel roll.

Wheels down ready to land

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thats a nice retro plane. The M326 as far i know was a trainer, but it could also perform ground support roles? the Impala is that a custom modification or am I wrong?

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It was used mainly for close air support, helicopter interceptor and light bomber when used in a combat role. Impala was the South African custom built version.

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Thank you

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Thats a nice retro plane. The M326 as far i know was a trainer, but it could also perform ground support roles?

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