By Patrick Martin
Canadian army plane: end and Markings 1968-2004
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The list uses the words "we can live with" in reference to thc conversion equivalents. This period resulted in interesting combination of finish in two standards This could effect not just finish but al 0 markings. For example, a Buffalo painted in gloss Yellow 50510 I, while the new stocks of paint could be gloss Yellow 13538 thus a patched appearance. 595 standards by November 1993. The Chinook and usketeer were drawn but not painted. The Twin Huey was only partially converted and the Labrador In addition to converting old I-GP-I 2C standards, new colours were developed during was last to convel1.
1liEJ1'-" Typical of many Silver Star aircraft, 133453 from 1he I FTS has I he standard natu ral metal linish, with nuorescent high-visibility application remaining from RCAF application. This aircraft was losl on February 20,1974. Photo: via Trel/toll Mllsellm. Tutor 114126 from CFS is seen al CFB Namao on May 23,1983. The natural metal was the standard finish for the Tutor until late in the FI P Era, when an aluminum painted finish was adopted. Photo: Patrick Martill. white, with red and black trim.
Red 21105/31136 Low-visibility markings. Yellow 13538 Replaced 505-1 0 I. Jctranger (lale FlP); overall AR Buffalo, Cormorant, Griffin, Labrador and Twin Otter. 34064 Replaced 503-30 I. Wrap-around Grcen Silver Star. Green 14079 Replaced 503-120. Jetranger (lale FIP). Withdrawn from use. 34084 Wrap-around Griffon. 595 standards but any repainting would be Twin Huey. 15044 Overall Challenger, Dash 8, accomplished with use of the conversion list. SAR Yellow 13538 would convert to Yellow Blue Harvard, Hawk and Jetranger III.