This Martin B-10 bomber served the Argentine Navy during the 1930s and 1940s. The B-10 was also used by the US Army Air Corps and was widely exported to other countries including Siam (Thailand), Holland, China and Turkey.
The Argentine built Calquin was a light bomber based on the British Mosquito.
Argentine Navy Stearman Kaydet equipped with floats.
This Curtiss AT-32 Condor served the Argentine Navy as a transport aircraft in 1938. The Condor was orginally built as an airliner in the United States in 1930s. Later military versions were produced and these saw service in far away places such as China.
The Dornier Wal (Whale) was a pioneer German Flyingboat of the 1930s. A total of 300 of these large aircraft were built and they were used for civilian and military purposes by various nations around the world. This example is with the Argentine Navy.
The Short S.25 Sandringham was a British civilian flying boat produced during the Second World War by the demilitarized conversions of Short Sunderland military flying boats previously operated by the Royal Air Force. The aircraft modeled here is with Aerolineas Argentinas.
The FIAT G.55 Centauro was a development of the earlier FIAT G.50 Freccia. Redesigned and with a new Daimler-Benz engine the G.55 was one of the best Italian fighters. It arrived at the time of Italy's defeat in 1943. It remained in service with the fascists who continued the fight with the Germans til the end of the war. Post war it served overseas in the Fuerza Aerea Argentina. The example shown here was based at El Palomar in 1947.