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FAC4135 Picking up water to fight a fire on the mountains. (more of FAC4135)
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HK-136 Where else can you see a DC-4 with the Taj Mahal on the background? Preserved at Jaime Duque Park, north of BogotŠ, this DC-4 is freshly painted with the wrong livery, but is good to see it in good conditions. (more of HK-136)
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EJC-375 c/n 170M01. This is one of the two helicopters used on the "Jaque" (checkmate) operation, were Ingrid Betancourt, 3 american citizens, 7 members of colombian Army and 4 members of colombian Police were rescued from the jungle by the Colombian Army after 6, 7, even 10 years of kidnaping; being proudly exhibited. (more of EJC-375)
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FAC2171 Aircraft preserved on the Armed Forces Museum. Behind of it is exhibited a T-33 jet engine. (more of FAC2171)
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FAC2008 Aircraft preserved in the Armed Forces Museum in the center of Bogota. The T-33 was the first jet in Colombia. The first aircrafts arrived in 1954 and were assigned to Palanquero AFB, then in 1981 were transfered to Barranquilla AFB and finally retired from service in 1990. (more of FAC2008)
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FAC2171 The well known A-37 resting on the Armed Forces Museum together with a T-33. This A-37 arrived in 1980 in a package of 20 aircrafts. (more of FAC2171)
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FAC204 This helicopters arrived to the FAC in 1954 and were assigned to Melgar AFB where they worked together with the army in observation, liaison, reconnaissance, search and rescue activities. This one was the presidencial helicopter of General Gustavo Rojas Pinilla, you can see the sign "Helicoptero presidencial" and the colombian coat of arms in the front of it and the stars of the General in one side of the aircraft. Preserved on the Armed Forces Museum. (more of FAC204)