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by Zeljko Heimer, 31 October 2001



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Aircraft Markings

Album 2000 does not give anything about the aircraft markings, but [cos98] pictures two and describes the third:
1943-1971 white disk with "sidebars" with blue over red disk in the middle (described in text that 1964 blue was changed back to pre-1806 black).
1971 onwards, white disk with "sidebars" with blue and red concentric disks.
Zeljko Heimer, 31 October 2001

According to a new book titled "Air markings of the world", published in Beijin China in Oct 2003 and supervised by Chinese Airforce political Committee, Haitian air marking is similar shape as US which is red/blue/white disc with two white arms. The red is double wide as blue and white.
Nozomi Kariyasu, 6 December 2003

Corps d'Aviation d'Garde d'Haiti was formed in 1942 or 1943. According to [cos98], between 1943 and 1971 it used the upper roundel of the Previous Roundels and since 1971 changed the roundel to the current one.
Also according to [cos98], at the era of the black-red flag (and not the blue-red) this was also reflected on the roundel. Since the black red flag was in 1964, Zeljko made the previous roundel in black version too. However, it seems that also the new roundel was used with the black color instead of the blue, and I got three resons to think that:
1) The black-red was in use until 1986, so when the roundel was adopted in 1971 it was probably black to begin with.
2) [cos98] show it in black ([whe86] show it in blue).
3) Photo at <www.airliners.net/469904>
As seen also at [whe86] and the photo, the red internal disc is bigger then in the image above.
Haiti has no air force since 1994.
Dov Gutteraman, 17 June 2004

Roy Braybrook [byb85] also show the roundel on top with black and not blue and with larger inner disc.
Dov Gutteraman, 6 July 2004


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by Zeljko Heimer, 31 October 2001


by Zeljko Heimer, 31 October 2001


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