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Reports that these were supplemented by T-37Cs are apparently without foundation. Seeking to augment its A-37 attrition, and denied resupply from USA, the FAG acquired three SOGERMArefurbished, ex-French Air Force Potez Air Fouga CM-170 ~agisters in March 1979 (allegedly given serials FAG 509 to 511, which is not in keeping with FAG practice in recent years). Guatemala attempted to acquire aircraft from other sources during the long embargo, including 10 Aerotec T-23 Uirapurus from Brazil, but this deal and several others were not consummated.
Transport. Unfortunately, its days were numbered when this photo was taken, as it was lost mysteriously on 27 February 1942 (NARA 179-A) a footnote in the history of military air warfare in Honduras. Meanwhile, on 14 April 1931, prior to the revolutions of August and December of that year, the defeat of which served to consolidate the dictatorship of General Carias, the Escuela Nacional de Aviaci6n had been formally promulgated by Decree No. 198 as an organ of the Ministry of War, Marine and Aviation.
Lert) Capitan Jose Aguilar poses with the "first" modem Honduran military aircraft, on which he is about to carry the first internal national air mail on 19 December 1930. The aircraft is the Wright-Standard Aristocrat with serial number "I" and named Honduras (via Carlos Planas) incorrect and have not been attributed. The glossy F. 2B, which glinted in the sun from the "Valspar" coating, was later given the serial "H-9" on the lower rear fuselage, after other aircraft, from a variety of sources, were haphazardly collected by the government.