Macchi - MC 200 Saetta From the time Italy entered war on 10 June 1940, until the armistice of 8 September 1943, the C. 200 flew more operational sorties than any Italian aircraft. The Saetta ranged over Greece, North Africa, Yugoslavia, France, across the Mediterranean and Russia (where it obtained an excellent kill to loss ratio of 88 to 15) Its very strong all-metal construction and air-cooled engine made the aircraft ideal for ground attack Over 1,000 were built by the time the war…
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Bravo Bravo Aviation: Macchi MC.205 Veltro, Luigi Gorrini, 1a Squadriglia "Asso di Bastoni", 1° Gruppo Caccia
The Fiat BR.20 Cicogna (Italian: "stork") was a low-wing twin-engine medium bomber produced from mid-1930s until the end of World War II by the Turin firm.
The Fiat G.55 was probably the best type produced in Italy during World War II but the Regia Aeronautica received fewer as 300 of them The Luftwaffe used a small batch of them both friend and foe were very impressed by this aircraft which was a more than equal match for mustang ,spitfire and thunderbolt alike