Z.1007 aircraft in flight, photo 2 of 2

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Added Date 16 Apr 2007

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1. Commenter identity confirmed BILL says:
29 Mar 2009 02:01:26 PM

Info above photo: Cant Z. 1007bis of the Regia Aeronautica assigned to 210 Squadriglia, 50 Gruppo B.T.,operating from Brindisi in the 4 Squadra Aerea, flies over the mountains of North Western Greece.The Cant Z. 1007 first flew in 1937, the last aircraft was scrapped in 1949 nothing exists of the 581 aircraft built.
2. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
16 Nov 2010 05:30:35 PM

A squadron was made up of three flights of three aircraft. A group was made up of eighteen aircraft or two squadrons. A wing or Stormo made up of two groups of thirty six aircraft. As the war continued for Italy so did the loss of equipment and crews. At wars end a squadron could be made up of five aircraft, a group ten aircraft, and a wing one dozen aircraft. When Italy went to war in 1940 it had over 4,000 aircraft, at the time of surrender in 1943, it had 1,300 and over half were non- operational.

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