This An-32A was newly deliverd to MAP NovosibirskAPO as CCCP-69313 in Jan'90. It was transferred to Novosibirskoye APO as RA-69313, struck of charge in Feb'98 and sold to Angola. In this African country it received the D2-FRB registration with Alada, only from Aug'99. From late 2013 the aircraft was reported with the Sudanese Air Force as serial 7720, and was even seen with two pylons on each side of the fuselage for carrying bombs. The aircraft was used by the SAF over war-torn Darfur. Its current status is unknown, most probably it is still owned by the SAF, operating out of Khartoum
An Afghan National Army - Air Corps An-32B seen during an overshoot over homebase Kadahar airfield. The aircraft was delivered in April 1991 to Afghanistan and was withdrawn from use as per June 2011, it's current fate is unknown.