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Ju 52/3m aircraft dropping bombs, date unknown

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1. Alan says:
29 Feb 2008 04:24:40 AM

From the French markings it is suspected that this is an aircraft of GT 2/62 Francho-Conte AAC operating from Bach Mai airbase, Hanoi in 1950
2. Jean Luc says:
14 Feb 2009 04:30:57 AM

Spanish war See Roundel Probably 1936 1937
3. Maple says:
11 May 2015 02:51:34 PM

French Airforce in Vietnam 1945-50s. The transport units used a circle on the tail with a letter to identify the squadron. When the French left the SVAF carried on with the tradition changing the disk colour to orange

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