Z.1007 aircraft in flight, photo 1 of 2

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Added Date 16 Apr 2007



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1. Commenter identity confirmed BILL says:
29 Mar 2009 02:28:02 PM

Cant Z. 1007bis bombers were built with either single or twin fin and rudder, no difference of designation being made. Units operated aircraft of both configurations sied by side.
2. Commenter identity confirmed BILL says:
29 Mar 2009 02:32:26 PM

The Regia Aeronautica operated Cant Z. 1007bis bombers in either single or twin fin and rudder, no difference of designation being made. Units operated both aircraft side by side.
3. Commenter identity confirmed BILL says:
13 Apr 2009 03:18:19 PM

Photo one of two: Cant Z.1007 Aircraft assigned to 193rd Squadriglia. That's all the information I have.
4. Commenter identity confirmed BILL says:
13 Apr 2009 03:26:43 PM

Photo one of two: Aircraft assigned to 193rd Squadriglia,50 Gruppo,16 Stormo, Bombardamento Terrestre. Both the single tail and the twin tail design of the Cant Z.1007, were operated in the same Squadron. No difference in designation being made. This is what information I have.

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