Ro.37 Lince aircraft of the Italian 39th Squadron in Bulgaria, 1942, photo 1 of 2

Caption   Ro.37 Lince aircraft of the Italian 39th Squadron in Bulgaria, 1942, photo 1 of 2 ww2dbase
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1. Commenter identity confirmed BILL says:
30 Mar 2009 12:24:42 PM

Meridionali Ro. 37's of 39 Squadriglia 5 Gruppo O.A. The aircraft had the all-yellow nose markings applied to Axis aircraft. The aircraft were used in the Spanish Civil War, and was in service when Italy entered WWII, and saw first-line service in the East and North African campaigns and in the Balkans. After withdrawal from first-line service, the aircraft were used in a variety of rolls all had been retired before Italy's armistice with the Allies on 8 September 1943. Operators: Regia Aeronautica and Hungary.

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