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Fonde 31 Jiyè 1914
Peyi Swis
Grosè 1600 pèsonèl aktif
Pati d Fòs Ame Swis
Chèf Fòs Ayeryen Jeneral de Division Aldo C. Schellenberg
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Ensiy Fòs Ayeryen Swis Swiss roundel.svg

Fòs Ayeryen Swis la (Alman: Schweizer Luftwaffe;; Franse: Forces aériennes suisses; Italyen: Forze Aeree Svizzere) se konpozan lè pou Fòs Ame Swis la. Se etabli nan 31 Jiyè 1914 men pat vini sèvis apa pandan lane 1936. Nan 1 Janvye 1996, li vini sèvis endepandan apa d lame.

Fòs Ayeryen Swis la gen wit baz avek Payerne kon plis enpotan bas la nan Swis d Lwes. Lot baz ankli baz elikòptè nan Alpnach, yon baz ki pa aktif nan Buochs ak baz nan Bèn, Emmen, Meiringen, Sion e Locarno. Fòs Ayeryen femen baz nan Mollis pou Janvye 2007 e li pral fe pi piti baz nan Alpnach.

History[edite | modifier le wikitexte]

Modèl:Main The history of the Swiss Air Force began in 1914 with the establishment of an ad hoc force consisting of a handful of men in outdated and largely civilian aircraft. It was only in the 1930s that an effective air force was established at great cost, capable of inflicting several embarrassing defeats on the Nazi Luftwaffe in the course of an initially vigorous defence of neutral Swiss airspace. The Swiss Air Force as an autonomous military service was created in October 1936. After World War II it was renamed the Swiss Air Force and Anti-Aircraft Command (Schweizerische Flugwaffe Kommando der Flieger und Fliegerabwehrtruppen) and in 1996 became a separate service independent from the Army, under its present name Schweizer Luftwaffe.

The mission of the Swiss Air Force historically has been to support ground troops (erdkampf) in repelling invasions of neutral Swiss territory, with a secondary mission of defending the sovereignty of Swiss airspace. During World War II this doctrine was severely tested when Switzerland was literally caught in the middle of an air war and subjected to both attacks and intrusions by aircraft of all combatants. Its inability to prevent such violations of its neutrality led for a period to a complete cessation of air intercepts, followed by a practice of coercing small numbers of intruders to submit to internment.[1]

At the end of the 1950s, reflecting both the threat of possible invasion by the Soviet Union and the realities of nuclear warfare, Swiss military doctrine changed to that of a dynamic (mobile) defense that included missions for the Swiss Air Force outside of its territory, in order to defeat standoff attacks and nuclear threats, including the possibility of defensive employment of air-delivered nuclear weapons. However the inability to field an air force of sufficient capability to carry out such missions led to a return of traditional doctrine.[2]

In 1995 the Swiss abandoned traditional doctrine and implemented a defensive plan that made control of Swiss airspace its highest and main priority. Modernization of the Swiss Air Force to achieve this mission was subject to popular referenda challenging its cost and practice.

Structure[edite | modifier le wikitexte]

The Swiss Air Force has been traditionally a militia-based service, including its pilots, with an inventory of approximately 456 aircraft whose lengthy service lives (many for more than 30 years) overlapped several eras. Beginning with its separation from the Army in 1996, however, the Air Force has been down-sizing, now approximating 270 fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft, and moving more towards a smaller, professionalized force.

Its primary front-line air-defence fleet consists of 33 F-18 Hornets (Squadrons: 11, 17, 18. 34 were originally bought, but one crashed) and 54 remaining Northrop F-5|F-5 Tiger IIs (110 were originally purchased). In October 2008 the Swiss Hornet fleet reached the 50,000 flight hour milestone.[3] In 2010 the Swiss Air Force intends to begin the retirement of the F-5 in the three squadrons (Patrouille Suisse, 8th, 19th) that use it and hopes to acquire a New Warplane/Neues Kampfflugzeug (NFK) as replacement. As with the earlier F/A-18 procurement conducted in the late 1990s, this is expected to prove a politically fraught procurement due to Switzerland's socialist, anti-army and green groups, which are all opposed to such purchases. The Patrouille Suisse will need to change to a new aircraft, either the F/A-18 Hornet or the new fighter. The JAS 39 Gripen|Saab Gripen is being considered.

In 2011 the Swiss Air Force has also be retiring its fleet of 60 Aérospatiale Alouette III, which are replaced by Eurocopter EC-635 s. The first EC-635 was delivered on 12 March 2008.[4]

A report in the Swiss news magazine FACTS reveals that the Swiss Air Force only provides ready-to-take-off aircraft during office hours – on working days. The air force staff declared that, due to financial limits, they are not operational all the time.[5] The difficulty of defending Swiss airspace is illustrated by the mountainous character and the small size of the country; the maximum extension of Switzerland is 348 km, a distance that can be flown in little over 20 minutes by commercial aircraft. Furthermore, Switzerland's policy of neutrality means that they are unlikely to be deployed elsewhere.

The national aerobatic demonstration team of Swiss Air Force is the Patrouille Suisse, which flies the Northrop F-5|F-5 Tiger II aircraft.

Air defence[edite | modifier le wikitexte]

Radar and weather station on top of Pilatus (mountain)|Mt Pilatus. Florako (Modèl:Lang-de – Air security operations radar command system) is a combined air defence-air operations command and control system developed for the Swiss Air Force on an American/French basis by the firm Thales Group|Thales Raytheon Systems.

The practical design of the Florako system had to meet and adapt to all Swiss operational circumstances such as high and rough terrain and all extreme weather conditions, as well as practical integration and segregation of Swiss civil and military flight security.

It consists of a chain of radar stations, command and control, computer, weather and communication facilities throughout Switzerland. The first Florako units were operational in 2003 and the operational lifetime of the Florako system is guaranteed for at least 25 years.

AFB[edite | modifier le wikitexte]

Swiss air force airfields.png
  • Payerne (LSMP)
  • Sion (LSMS)
  • Emmen (LSME)
  • Meiringen (LSMM)
  • Alpnach (LSMA)
  • Buochs (LSMU)
  • Dübendorf (LSMD)
  • Lodrino (LSML)
  • Locarno (LSMO)
  • Bern (LSZB), VIP only

Radarsurveillance actual[edite | modifier le wikitexte]

FLORAKO Radar Mt Pilatus
  • Skyguard
  • Stinger Alert Radar

Inventory[edite | modifier le wikitexte]

Aircraft[edite | modifier le wikitexte]

Image Aircraft Origin Type Versions In service [6] Notes
Fa-18c.hornet.j5003.swissaf.jpg McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet Modèl:USAModèl:SUI built under license from the United States Multirole fighter F/A-18C 26 (J-5001 to J-5026)
Swiss AF Boeing FA-18D Hornet.jpg F/A-18D 6 (J-5232 to J-5238, J-5231, J-5237 crash)
F-5 auf Platte.jpg Northrop F-5 Tiger II Modèl:USAModèl:SUI built under license from the United States Fighter-Interceptor F-5E 42
F-5F.jpg F-5F 12 (J-3201 to J-3212) Current use: air policing and electronic warfare[
Pilatus PC7-IMG 5742.jpg Pilatus PC-7 Turbo trainer Modèl:SUI Trainer NCPC-7 28
PC9.JPG Pilatus PC-9 Modèl:SUI Trainer PC-9/F 8 (C-401 to C-412, C-404 crash) target-towing

and electronic warfare

Swiss Air Force PC-21 A-102 parked.jpg Pilatus PC-21 Modèl:SUI Advanced trainer PC-21 8 (A-101 to A-108)
Swiss Air Force Beech 1900D Bidini-1.jpg Beechcraft 1900 Modèl:USA VIP transport 1900D 1 (T-729)
Swiss Air Force DHC-6.jpg DHC-6 Twin Otter Modèl:CAN Photomapping DHC-6 1 (T-741)
Swiss Air Force SuperKing air.JPG Beechcraft Super King Air Modèl:USA Photomapping 350C 1 (T-721)
Swiss Air Force Pilatus PC-6 V-618 parked at IBT'11.jpg Pilatus PC-6 Turbo-Porter Modèl:SUI Light transport PC-6/B2-H2M-1 15 Airliftsqn 7 + HB-FCF from armasuisse
SUI785.jpg Dassault Falcon 900EX Modèl:FRA VIP transport Falcon 900 1 (T-785)
HB-FOG.jpg Pilatus PC-12 Modèl:SUI Test and transport PC-12 1 (HB-FOG) Armasuisse
Cessna.560xl.citation.excel.arp.jpg Cessna Citation Excel Modèl:USA VIP transport Ce-560XL 1 (T-784)
Swiss Air Force Armasuisse R-711.jpg Diamond DA42 Modèl:USAModèl:AUT Experimental Diamond DA42 Aurora Centauer 1 (R-711) Armasuisse AB Emmen
RUAG ADS-90 Ranger ventral view.jpg ADS-95 Ranger Modèl:SUI UAV ADS-95 24 (D-108 to D-134, D-119 crash 13.09.11)
Zieldrohne.JPG KZD 85 Modèl:SUI UAV KZD-85 60 (Z-30 to Z-90, Today 30 in use) training of air defense troops (flab) )
  • Trainingsmockup F/A-18C, X-5099.

Helicopters[edite | modifier le wikitexte]

Image Aircraft Origin Type Versions In service Notes
Swiss Air Force Super Puma T-325 side view 2.jpg Eurocopter AS332 Super Puma Modèl:FRA Medium airlift AS332M1 15 (T-311 to T-325)
Cougar Swiss milouf 3.jpg Eurocopter AS532 Cougar Modèl:FRA Medium airlift AS532UL 11 (T-331 to T342) AB Alpnach. One Eurocopter Cougar (T-341) crashed March 30, 2011 on a training flight
Swiss Air Force EC635P2+ T-352 at BRN (2).jpg Eurocopter EC635 Modèl:FRA Modèl:DEU Utility EC635 P2+ 18 (T-353 to T-370) AB Alpnach
VIP transport EC635 P2+ VIP 2 (T-351, T-352)

Anti-aircraft[edite | modifier le wikitexte]

Oerlikon Skyguard
Image Name Origin Type In service Notes
Flab.JPG Oerlikon 35 mm twin cannon Modèl:CHE AAA gun 45 a.k.a. "Flab Kanone 63/90"
Stinger (dummy) and case.png FIM-92 Stinger Modèl:USA MANPAD infrared guided missile 288
Rapier Missile.JPG Rapier missile Modèl:GBR surface-air guided missile 54 a.k.a. "Mobile Lenkwaffen Flugabwehr"

Previously operated aircraft[edite | modifier le wikitexte]

Ex.Schweizer Luftwaffe Ju-52
Pilatus P-2
Pilatus P-3
Swiss Air Force Beechcraft Model 18
FFA P-16
Dornier Do-27
DH-112 Venom
  • Hiller UH-12B (1952 - 1962) V-10 - V-12 / KAB-201 - KAB-203
  • Sud-Ouest SO 1221 (1958 - 1964) V-21 - V-24 .
  • Alouette II (1958-1992) V-41 - V-70.
  • Alouette III (1964-2010) V-201 - V-284
  • Eurocopter Dauphin (2005-2009) T-711
  • Rockwell Grand Commander 680FL (1976- 1993) HB-GCB (swisstopo).
  • Learjet 35 (1987-2006) T-781 T-872
  • Dassault Falcon 50 (1996 - 2013) T-783
  • 'Beechcraft Model 50 Twin Bonanza (1957 - 1989) T-711 - T-713
  • BAE Hawk|BAe Hawk T.Mk.66 (1987-2002) U-1251 - U-1270) Flugzeug
  • Dassault Mirage III
    • Dassault Mirage III#Mirage IIIS (Schweiz)|Dassault Mirage IIIC (1962-1999) J-2201
    • Dassault Mirage III#Mirage IIIS (Schweiz)|Dassault Mirage IIIRS (1964-2003) R-2101 - R-2118
    • Dassault Mirage III#Mirage IIIS (Schweiz)|Dassault Mirage IIIS (1964-1999)J-2301 - J-2336
    • Dassault Mirage III#Mirage IIIS (Schweiz)|Dassault Mirage IIIBS (1964-2003) U-2001 - U-2004 / J-2001 - J-2004.
    • Dassault Mirage III#Mirage IIIS (Schweiz)|Dassault Mirage IIIDS (1983-2003) U-2011 - U-2012 / J-2011 - J-2012 .
  • Hawker Hunter
    • Hawker Hunter F.Mk.58 / F.Mk.58A (1958-1994)J-4000 - J-4152
    • Hawker Hunter T.Mk.68 - Trainer (1975-1994)J-4201 - J-4208
  • FFA P-16 (1955-1960) J-3001 - J-3005.
  • De Havilland Vampire|De Havilland Vampire DH.100 (1949-1990)
    • 4 "Vampire" DH-100 Mk.1 J-1001 - J-1004
    • 178 "Vampire" DH-100 Mk.6 J-1005 - J-1082 & J-1101 - J-1200
    • 39 "Vampire" DH-115 U-1201 - U-1239
  • De Havilland D.H.112 Venom (1949-1983).
    • 126 "Venom" DH-112 Mk.1 J-1501 - J-1625 & J-1650
    • 100 "Venom" DH-112 Mk.4 J-1701 - J-1800
      • 24 "Venom" DH-112 MK.1R J-1626 - J-1649
  • Dornier Do 27 (1958 - 2005) HB-HAD / V-607, V-601 - V-607 & HB-HAC
  • North American P-51|North American P-51D «Mustang» (1948-1958)
  • North American T-6|North American AT-6 Texan (Harvard) U-301 - U-340
  • Pilatus P-3 (1956 - 1995) A-801 - A-873
  • Pilatus P-2 U-102 - U-128 & U-132 - U-157
  • Piper PA-18 Super Cub (1948 - 1975) KAB-101 & KAB-102 / V-651 - V-656
  • Nord 1201 Norécrin I (1948 - 1952) V-653 / HB-HOI
  • Nord NC.850 Norvigie (1949-1950) KAB-103
  • Siebel Si 204 (1945 -1955) B-3.
  • Potez 63 (1938 - 1944) B-1 & B-2 B-1 / HB-HAs , B-2 / HB-HAT
  • Junkers Ju 52/3m (1939 - 1981) A-701 - A-703
  • Nardi FN-315 (1944 - 1948) A-290 & A-291
  • Fieseler Fi 156 Storch (1940-1963): A-96 - A-100, A-96 / HB-ARU
  • De Havilland D.H.98 (1944 - 1954) B-4 & B-5 B-4 / E-42
  • WLM-1 (1951) 2 WLM-1 U-1 - U-2 (Zivil HB-551 & HB-552)
  • Messerschmitt Bf 109 (1938-1949):
    • 10 Messerschmitt Bf 109#Bf 109 D|Bf 109 D-1 «David» J-301 - J-310
    • 88 Messerschmitt Bf 109#Bf 109 E|Bf 109 E-3a «Emil»
    • 2 Messerschmitt Bf 109#Bf 109 F|Bf 109 F-4 «Fritz»
    • 13 Messerschmitt Bf 109#Bf 109 G|Bf 109 G-6 «Gustav»
    • 1 Messerschmitt Bf 109#Bf 109 G|Bf 109 G-14 «Gustav»
  • Messerschmitt Bf 108-B Taifun (1938 - 1959) A-201 - A-215
  • Morane-Saulnier MS.406|Morane-Saulnier D-3800 (1940-1959)
    • 82 Morane D-3800 J-1 - J-84
    • 207 Morane D-3801 J-191 - J-297
    • 13 Morane D-3802 J-401 - J-404, J-406 - J414
    • 1 Morane D-3803 J-405
  • Eidgenössische Konstruktionswerkstätte K+W C-36 C-3603 (1942 - 1987) C-401 - C-560
  • Stinson L-5 Sentinel (1944 - 1945) A-96 /HB-TRY.
  • Bücker Bü 133 Jungmeister (1937-1968) U-49 - U-100.
  • Bücker Bü 131 Jungmann (1936-1971)A-85 - A-94
Historical Ground Based Air Defense[edite | modifier le wikitexte]
Bloodhound SAM
Image System Origin Entered
WFU Notes
Oerlikon-20mm-batey-haosef-2-1.jpg Oerlikon 20 mm cannon Modèl:SUI 1937 1992 (L Flab Kan 37).
Oerlikon-20mm-batey-haosef-2-1.jpg Oerlikon 20 mm cannon Modèl:SUI 1954 1995 (L Flab Kan 54 Oe).
BL-64.JPG Bristol Bloodhound Modèl:Flag 1964 1999 Flab Lwf BL 64 Bloodhound
Swiss made Ground Based Air Defense tested but not bought[edite | modifier le wikitexte]

A number of air defence systems have been offered by Swiss companies and trialled by the Swiss Air Force but in the event not purchased.

Image System Origin Entered
WFU Notes
Fliegerabwehrpanzer 68 SPAAG pic03-1.JPG 35 mm anti aircraft tank B22L Modèl:SUI 1958 1964
RSA Seite.JPG RSA Missile Modèl:SUI 1946 1958
Lenkwaffensystem RSCD Doppelstartlafette front.JPG RSD 58 Modèl:SUI 1952 1958
Oerlikon Kriens Luftabwehr im Fliegermuseum Dübendorf.jpg RSE Kriens (Missile) Modèl:SUI 1958 1966
Shark Air def.JPG Mowag Shark Modèl:SUI Modèl:UK
1981 1983 with French Crotale (missile)<bror British twin AAA "wildcat"2x30mm.

Old Radar Systems[edite | modifier le wikitexte]

FLORIDA EZ at Fliegermuseum Dübendorf
Image System Origin Entered
WFU Notes
Florida Radar.JPG FLORIDA Airspace monitoring and management system Modèl:USA 1970 2003
SF Radar.JPG SRF Airspace monitoring and management system Modèl:FRA 1955 1970
Radar WW2.JPG LGR-1 Radar Modèl:USA 1948 1955
WW2 Radar mobil.JPG Target allocation radar TPS-1E Modèl:USA
1958 1989
Superfledermaus.JPG Super Fledermaus Modèl:SUI 1965 1977
ZZR Radar.JPG Fire control radar Mark VII Modèl:UK 1958 1967

AFB no more in use[edite | modifier le wikitexte]

F-5E crossing Street at Mollis AFB
former Military Airfield Raron
  • Ambri (LSPM)
  • Ems GR
  • Frutigen
  • Flugplatz Interlaken (LSMI)
  • Flugplatz Kägiswil (LSPG)
  • Littau
  • Mollis
  • Münster VS
  • Raron (LSTA)
  • Reichenbach im Kandertal
  • Saanen (LSGK)
  • San Vittore GR
  • Sankt Stephan BE (LSTS)
  • Turtmann (LSMJ)
  • Ulrichen
  • Zweisimmen (LSTZ)

Aircraft squadrons[edite | modifier le wikitexte]

In the Swiss Air Force an aircraft is usually not deployed permanently to a given Squadron, especally that of the [milizia] pilots who spend just a few weeks a year in service. Aircraft are used across several squadrons, even the Squadron leader's aircraft such as the F/A-18C J-5017 from 17 Squadron will be used by used other squadrons. Older aircraft will often be retired from front line service to support squadrons, for example the Hawker Hunter from a fighter-bomber with 5 Squadron to [Zielflugstaffel] 12 as a target tug.

Image Name Status Home base Aircraft type History Notes
FlSt1.gif, Fliegerstaffel 1 Rokh Inactive Dübendorf F-5E Hawker Hunter,DH-100 Vampire,C-3036,Fokker C.V, Häfeli DH-5 Commander of the Patrouille Suisse was Member of FlSt1. The Patrouille Suisse was Created from parts of the FlSt1 [7]
FlSt2new.jpg Fliegerstaffel 2 Inactive Payerne F-5E Hawker Hunter,DH-112 Venom , DH-100 Vampire,AFB Ulrichen, Turtmann [8]
FlSt3new.gif Fliegerstaffel 3 Inactive Sion Mirage IIIRS Hawker Hunter, DH-112 Venom Recon vers,D-3800,C-3603,Dewoitine D.27 [9]
FlSt4.gif Fliegerstaffel 4 Inactive Payerne Mirage IIIRS Hawker Hunter, DH-112 Venom, DH-100 Vampire AFB Turtmann, Sankt Stephan [10]
FlSt5old.gif Fliegerstaffel 5 Lynx Interaktiv Interlaken Hawker Hunter DH-100 Vampire, Häfeli DH-5 Swiss Astronaut Claude Nicollier Pilot at this Sqd
FlSt6.gif Fliegerstaffel 6 Ducks active Payerne F-5E [11] [12]
FlSt7.jpg Fliegerstaffel 7 Inactive Meiringen Hawker Hunter DH-112 Venom, DH-100 Vampire,Me109 ,Fokker C.V,AFB Ambri, Interlaken [13]
FlSt8.gif Fliegerstaffel 8 Destructors active Meiringen F-5E AFB Buochs [14]
FlSt9.gif Fliegerstaffel 9 Inactive DH-112 Venom [DH-100 Vampire, Me109,D-3801,Dewoitine D.27,Fokker C.V [15]
FlSt10.gif Fliegerstaffel 10 Inactive Buochs Mirage IIIRS DH-112 Venom recon, DH-100 Vampire,C-3603,P-51 Mustang all equipt with Photocameras [16] [17] [18]
FlSt11.gif Fliegerstaffel 11 Tigers active Meiringen F/A-18 Dübendorf, F-5E, Hawker Hunter,DH-100 Vampire,D-3801 Member of the NATO Tiger Association[19], F/A-18C J-5011 Sqad Aircraft with special paint[20]
FlSt12new.gif Zielflugstaffel 12 active Emmen Pilatus PC-9/ F-5E Hawker Hunter, C-36 [21]
FlSt13new.gif Fliegerstaffel 13 Inactive Payerne F-5E DH-112 Venom, D-3800 Morane, Trurtmann AFB, Meiringen Ambri [22]
FlSt14.gif Fliegerstaffel 14 active Locarno Pilatus PC-7 DH-100 Vampire, Pilatus P-3 [23]
FlSt15new.gif Fliegerstaffel 15 Inactive Sankt Stephan Hawker Hunter DH-112 Venom, DH-100 Vampire, D-3801, Me109, Payerne in the last year a Hunter got a "Papyrus" paint this AC is now private used[24]
FlSt16new.gif Fliegerstaffel 16 active Sion F-5F Mirage IIIS,DH-112 Venom & DH-112 R1, DH-100 Vampire, P-51 Mustang C-3603,C-36,Fokker C.V, Buochs
Wappen der Fliegerstaffel 17.jpg Fliegerstaffel 17 Falcons active Payerne F/A-18 Mirage IIIS,DH-112 Venom,D-3802, C-3603, Häfeli DH-5, Dewoitine D.27 AFB Buochs, Emmen, Raron Sqd Aircraft F/A-18C J-5017 with "Falcons" Paint[25] [26]
FlSt18.gif Fliegerstaffel 18 Panthers active Payerne F/A-18 Sqd Aircraft F/A-18C J-5018 with "Phanters" Paint [27]
Staffel19.gif Fliegerstaffel 19 Swans active Sion F-5E Potez 25,Morane D-3800 P-51 Mustang, DH-112 Venom, Hawker Hunter [28]Sqd Aircraft F-5E J-3038 Swans paint[29]
FlSt20.gif Fliegerstaffel 20 Inactive Mollis Hawker Hunter DH-112 Venom, DH-100 Vampire, P-51 Mustang,D-3801 [30]
FlSt21.gif Fliegerstaffel 21 Inactive Raron Hawker Hunter DH-112 Venom,DH-100 Vampire, P-51 Mustang,Dewoitine D.27, Me109,AFB Buochs, Turtmann, Dübendorf [31] [32]
FlSt24new.gif Fliegerstaffel 24 active Emmen Pilatus PC-9 / F-5F Hawker Hunter Trainer Sqd 22 and 23 don't exist
LT1.gif Lufttransportstaffel 1 active Payerne AS 532UL,AS 332M-1, EC635 Alouette III [33]
LT2new.gif Lufttransportstaffel 2 Inactive Dübendorf Alouette III Alouette II,Piper PA-18, AFB Triengen [34]
LT3.gif Lufttransportstaffel 3 active AS 532UL,AS 332M-1, EC635 [35]
LT4.gif Lufttransportstaffel 4 active Dübendorf AS 532UL,AS 332M-1, EC635, Beechcraft 1900, DHC-6, Beechcraft Super King Air Superpuma T-316 with Squadronpainting
LT5Tarn.gif Lufttransportstaffel 5 active Dübendorf AS 532UL,AS 332M-1,EC635 Alouette III, Do-27
Lt6.jpg Lufttransportstaffel 6 active Alpnach AS 532UL,AS 332M-1 EC635 [36]
LT7farb.gif Lufttransportstaffel 7 active Emmen Pilatus PC-6 [37]
LT8farb.gif Lufttransportstaffel 8 active Alpnach AS 532UL,AS 332M-1 EC635 Alouette III [38] [www.lufttransportstaffel8.ch]

Other aircraft units[edite | modifier le wikitexte]

Image Name Status Homebase Aircrafttype History Notes
Berufsfliegerkorps.png, Berufsfliegerkorps active Dübendorf HQ all AC types former UeG Überwachungsgeschwader [39]
LTDB.gif Lufttransportdienst des Bundes active Bern Cessna Citation Excel,DHC-6,Beechcraft Super King Air, Beechcraft 1900, Falcon 900,EC635 Learjet 35, Falcon 50, Eurocopter Dauphin [40]
Pilotenschule.gif Pilotenschule active Emmen Pilatus PC-21 F-5F, BAE Hawk, DH-100 VampireT
Dro Geschw 7 blau.gif Drohnengeschwader 7 active Emmen ADS-95
GRD Emmen.gif GRD Armasuisse active Emmen PC-6 Turbo-Porter, Pilatus PC-12, Diamond DA42 Aurora Centauer Hawker Hunter, Mirage IIIC, F-5E(J-3001) Flight test Service
Patrouille suisse.gif Patrouille Suisse active Emmen F-5E Hawker Hunter AFB Dübendorf Created from parts of the Fliegerstaffel 1[41]
PC7 team.gif PC-7 Team active Dübendorf Pilatus PC-7 [42]
MHR.gif MHR Militär Helikopter Rettungsdienst Inactive Alouette III SAR, Today made by the civil Rega
Swiss Air Defence & directions Center Badge.gif ADDC active Dübendorf Air Force HQ, Air Operations Centre, Air Defence& Directions Center
Flsch aufk.gif Parachute Reconnaissance Company 17 active Locarno MT-1 Para reccon

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  2. Lombardi, The Swiss Airpower, p.45.
  3. "Swiss Hornets reach 50,000 flight hours milestone". Military Aviation Publications. 2008-10-24. http://www.milaviapress.com/news/archive/2008.php#48. Retrieved 14 July 2009. 
  4. "Order of Battle - Switzerland". Military Aviation Publications. http://www.milaviapress.com/orbat/switzerland/index.php. Retrieved 14 July 2009. 
  5. Modèl:Cite news
  6. "World Air Forces 2013". Flightglobal.com, 11 December 2012.
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  8. http://old.hermannkeist.ch/fliegerstaffel-2.html
  9. http://old.hermannkeist.ch/fliegerstaffel-3.html
  10. http://old.hermannkeist.ch/fliegerstaffel-4.html
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  12. http://www.lw.admin.ch/internet/luftwaffe/de/home/verbaende/einsatz_lw/staffeln/flst6.parsys.20370.downloadList.87294.DownloadFile.tmp/broschurehistoriqueescdav6low.pdf
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  14. http://www.lw.admin.ch/internet/luftwaffe/de/home/verbaende/einsatz_lw/staffeln/flst8.html
  15. http://old.hermannkeist.ch/fliegerstaffel-9.html
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  21. http://www.lw.admin.ch/internet/luftwaffe/de/home/verbaende/einsatz_lw/staffeln/zielflugstaffel.html
  22. http://old.hermannkeist.ch/fliegerstaffel-13.html
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  27. http://www.lw.admin.ch/internet/luftwaffe/en/home/verbaende/einsatz_lw/staffeln/flst18.html
  28. http://www.lw.admin.ch/internet/luftwaffe/de/home/verbaende/einsatz_lw/staffeln/flst19.html
  29. http://www.wings-aviation.ch/03-Reports/2013/SUI-Meiringen/J-3038-03.jpg
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  41. http://www.lw.admin.ch/internet/luftwaffe/de/home/verbaende/einsatz_lw/kunstflugteam/ps.html
  42. http://www.lw.admin.ch/internet/luftwaffe/de/home/verbaende/einsatz_lw/kunstflugteam/pc_7_team.html

[1] Militärische Denkmäler im Bereich der Luftwaffe (PDF)

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  • [2] tailcode list of all Swiss Air Force Aircrafts ever (German only)

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