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Reichmarshal

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I think not sinking or at the very least making the sub surface was a grave mistake on our part. As PN had the Indian sub by the balls when they forced it to snorkel depth.
As had the roles been reversed and it would have been a PN sub the Indian would have blown it out of the water.
 

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How many Alouettes are still on strength?

I have seen photos of the following 10:
31 SE3160/SA316
32 SE3160/SA316
33 SE3160/SA316
34 SE3160/SA316
35 SA319B
36 SA319B
40 SA319B
41 SA319B
42 SA319B
43 SA319B
 

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How many Alouettes are still on strength?

I have seen photos of the following 10:
31 SE3160/SA316
32 SE3160/SA316
33 SE3160/SA316
34 SE3160/SA316
35 SA319B
36 SA319B
40 SA319B
41 SA319B
42 SA319B
43 SA319B
36 is SA316B. There are a couple more, I suggest you keep an eye on this guy and his social media handle, who has uploaded most of the Naval Air Arm Fleet - https://www.jetphotos.com/photographer/179588
 

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36 is SA316B. There are a couple more, I suggest you keep an eye on this guy and his social media handle, who has uploaded most of the Naval Air Arm Fleet - https://www.jetphotos.com/photographer/179588
Yes those great shots inspired me to make this overview :-)
36 has an Astazou engine, which should make it an SA319B.
It visited the United Kingdom in 2005 and was confirmed as SA319B construction number 2388.
 

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