50 YEARS OF FRENCH SECURITE CIVILE AIR SERVICE
The French Sécurité Civile air service celebrated a half-century of operations in 2013 with a formal ceremony at Marignane on June, 1st and a public airshow at Aix-les-Milles on June, 2nd.
Enjoy a few of our pictures for the pleasure of the eyes.
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Thank you to all BASC personnel and aircrew for their welcome during these two days, and also for their continious presence all year long.
All credits Samuel Prétat / EMM76
Medals to the firemen honoring their long-term commitment
One of the two French DASH-8s
Used for air attack coordination and transport
The star of the day with her special markings designed by artist Julien Camp
Close-up of the specially-commissioned nose-art
INAER's CL-215 c/n 1038 back in her initial Spanish Air Force colors after years in blue and white
Pélican 32 in her commemorative scheme
Commemorative marking on Pélican 32 winglet
Duxford Catalina Society's Canso buit in... 1943. She is BASC's former Pelican Bleu
Pelican nose-art by Julien Camp adorning the nose of the Catalina Society Catalina