On May 21, 2009, Matteo Marianeschi visited Istrana airbase to take some pictures of the daily activities performed by the local based 132° and 103° Gruppo both belonging to the 51° Stormo. Interestingly, Istrana is not only home of the two AMX Squadrons, but is one of the Italian airbases with the largest collections of preserved aircraft and relics as the following images show.
The following image doesn’t depict an actual postcard I bought in Australia. I took the picture at Bondi and “photoshopped” it to create a sort of postcard, just because it reminded me one of the […]
The Italian Air Force interceptors, recently joined by the German Air Force Eurofighters, continue to support enhanced Air Policing from Romania. The Italian Air Force detachment, originally made of four Eurofighters, recently increased to eight, […]
ItAF contributes to the "Bomb factory detection by Networks of Advanced Sensors" project to counter homemade IEDs
With the ItAF formally accepting into service the first two KC-767A tankers (that were delivered on Dec. 29, 2010 and Mar. 10, 2011), it went almost unnoticed the news that the air force contributes to […]