The prototype Pulqui I jet fighter designed by Kurt Tank's team in the early 1950's. The type did not see quantity production. It was undergoing external refurbishment at the date of the image and wore no serial. It was later moved to the new Moron location.
The Pulqui II (Arrow) prototype fighters were designed by a team led by Kurt Tank, this being the last of five completed. Series production was cancelled in favour of purchases of F-86 Sabres. This aircraft, the only survivor, was retired in 1960 and is now exhibited at the Moron museum.
Delivered to the Fuerza Aerea Argentina in 1970 and often used by LADE before withdrawal from service and storage at Morón in the late 1990s. Initially placed on display indoors but now providing an ideal photo opportunity outside - just hope she doesn't deteriorate too much
Actually B-004, this is one of 30 Lincolns delivered to Argentina in 1947. Although serialled RE531, it never flew with the RAF, going from Avro straight into store at Langar. Along with 15 Lancasters, they represented the biggest bomber force in S. America. Lincolns were used in the attempted military coup of 9.51, by both sides during the 1955 Revolución Libertadora that deposed Juan Perón, and for Antarctic supply drops. One other, B-016, survives in Argentina at Villa Reynolds AB, San Luis Prov.
Operating with the Fuerza Aerea Argentina from 1975 till 1997, this S-61 was latterly used for presidential duties, changing identity from H-01 to H-02, after service in camouflage as a SAR helicopter with serial BSH-72
First delivered as LV-XET to the Argentine CAB in 4.47 but immediately tranferred to the FAA. One of some 24 supplied; several crashed including two at Aeroparque and one at Morón. T-9 was wfu and stored at El Palomar in 1962 and preserved by the Museo Nacional de Aeronáutica, firstly at Aeroparque airport but moving to Morón AB in 2001 with the rest of the collection