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One of the 10 Breda Ba.65bis of the Grupo de Bombardeo de Dia at Sintra, Força Aérea Portuguesa (Portuguese Air Force). Those aircrafts were delivered on 25 November 1938 and fitted with a Breda turret in November 1939. On 15 February 1941, an enormous storm struck Sintra and made the hangars collapse upon the Ba.65s. Despite all attempts to save at least a couple of the Bredas it turned out that all aircraft were beyond repair. Shortly afterwards all aircraft were ordered to be scrapped

One of the 10 Breda of the Grupo de Bombardeo de Dia at Sintra, Força…

Breda Ba.65 Spanish Air Force

was an Italian multi-purpuse attack aircraft of World War II. It has an attractive body line.

The Breda 65 was derived from the Breda 64 in the early 1930s. It was the only Italian ground attack aircraft that saw active service in this role. The plane was used in the Spanish Civil where it demostrated its good qualities of speed and fire power.When Italy entered the War they had 154 aircraft. Despite overwhelming Allied air superiority, the Ba.65 put in a good showing as it helped stem the Allied advance in early 1941.

The Breda 65 was derived from the Breda 64 in the early 1930s. It was the only Italian ground attack aircraft that saw active service in this role. The plane was used in the Spanish Civil where it demostrated its good qualities of speed and fire power.When Italy entered the War they had 154 aircraft. Despite overwhelming Allied air superiority, the Ba.65 put in a good showing as it helped stem the Allied advance in early 1941.

The Breda Ba.88 Lince (Italian: Lynx) was a ground-attack aircraft used by the Italian Regia Aeronautica during World War II. Its streamlined design and retractable undercarriage were advanced for the time, and after its debut in 1937 the aircraft established several world speed records.

The Breda Lince (Italian: Lynx) was a ground-attack aircraft used by the…

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