Matteo Marianeschi of Aviation-Report.com sent me an interesting update dealing with the so-called “Warner Village F-104”. As I wrote in my previous post (http://cencio4.wordpress.com/2008/07/31/warner-village-f-104-removed/) the aircraft was removed from his previous location in Rome for an unknown destination (or trashed). Matteo met a truck that was carrying the MM6833 somewhere on May 9, 2008, on the A1 highway, next to Arezzo, Tuscany. Amazingly, as the pictures show, the F-104 was almost completely cleaned and wears an unknown badge below the “5-25” code on the right hand side of the fuselage.
On Sept. 8, Matteo Marianeschi visited Istrana where he discovered the following preserved F-104G. According to the information he got during the visit by a pilot, the aircraft had arrived from Dal Molin Museum in […]
Former Italian Chief of the Defense Staff, Adm. Giampaolo Di Paola, has been named Italy’s new Defense Minister as part of a Cabinet named on Nov. 16 and led by Mario Monti, the former European […]
“Troupe Azzurra” is the artistic name under which the team of photographers and video operators belonging to the CPA (Centro Produzione Audiovisivi) of the Aeronautica Militare (Italian Air Force, ItAF), is known as. The “Troupe” […]