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Czech Aircraft Marking
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by Željko Heimer, 30 Mar 2003
Aircraft Marking. (Blue sector to front)
Roundel sectored in three equal sectors of blue, white and red, all
bordered in a light blue circle (presumably this border depends on the
background of the aircraft).
According to [cos98] the initial roundel
used by independent Czechoslovakia was concentric red-blue-white, in 1920
replaced with the newly adopted flag (in rectangular form) and soon replaced
with circular sectored roundel used until today, even after breakup of
the joined country.
Željko Heimer, 30 Mar 2003
The Czech Republic (or its "Vzdušné síly armády České republiky")
uses the same markings as the former Czechoslovakia.
The Ceskoslovenske Letectvo was formed in 29 October 1918 (dissolved
14 March 1939) and adopted a "classic" roundel of white-blue-red also used
According to Cochrane & Elliott's Military Aircraft Insignia
of the World, 1998 [cos98] this marking
was in use until 1920, but some planes probably continued its use.
Those markings were changed to regular flag.
In 1921 the Airforce adopted the roundel that we know until today also
It was used until 1939 and since 1945 by the Ceskoslovenske Vojenske
During WWII, RAF sqadrons 310-313 were all Czech units and flew with
small Czech roundel beside their regular RAF markings.
We show the roundel bordered in blue as appaer at (from 1993).
I thing that is a mistake and if there should be a border it must be
There is also a low visabilty markings as appear at this
Dov Gutterman, 15 Jun 2004
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