Air International 2018-05
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R.Niccoli - 60 Stormo /Military/
A 60° Stormo glider starts its take-off run towed by a U-208A. Since February 1, 2016, the wing has used a winch launch system, as well as glider tugs, to launch its gliders.
A Grob G103A (G-103A under the Italian military's designation system) Twin Astir taken on a taxiway at Guidonia's 'Alfredo Barbieri' military airport. Note the wing badge on the tail and the code 60-06 on the nose.
Students of a high school in Novara at Cameri Air Base during a Corso di Cultura Aeronautica, one of the wing's main activities.
A Grob Twin Astir some years ago wearing the old CW code.
The tandem two-seater cockpit of a Grob G103A Twin Astir, the training glider operated by the GW since 1984.
A 60° Stormo glider starts its take-off run towed by a U-208A. Since February 1, 2016, the wing has used a winch launch system, as well as glider tugs, to launch its gliders.
A GW U-208A in flight. The main external differences from the civil model S.208 are the lack of tip tanks and the presence of cockpit doors on both sides.
A GW U-208A in flight. The main external differences from the civil model S.208 are the lack of tip tanks and the presence of cockpit doors on both sides.