|Nov 10, 2003, 08:29 AM|
Can some one identify this trio. They were flying over my work place in large circles. I guess they were practicing formation flying 'cause the plane on the out side couldn't stay in formation. I alomost positive it's a war bird. Just not sure which one.
|Nov 10, 2003, 09:34 AM|
I'll take a S.W.A.G.: Savoia Marchettis? They aren't warbirds (warbirds as a rule don't have cheek cowls), and the lines are just like that of the italian mil trainer.
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