Första divisionen

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Första divisionen DVD cover.

Movie (1941)
English title: The First Division

Starring:
Lars Hanson (Col. Magnus Ståhlberg)
Gunnar Sjöberg (Captain Krister Hansson)
Stig Järrel (Lieutenant Rutger Sperling)
Hasse Ekman (Gunnar Bråde)
Emil Fjellström (Persson)


This is a Swedish movie set on an Air Force base in Sweden.


SAAB B 5C

The planes used are Northrop 8A-1 licence built in Sweden by SAAB and ASJA with NOHAB MyXXIV engines (Mercury licence). The planes are known as "B 5" by the Swedish Air Force and were used as dive bombers.

Equipped with skiis for snow landing.
Equipped with a regular landing gear.
Lift off in formation from a grass field.
Exposed engine and also visible is the Swedish Air Force roundel 'Three Crowns'.
Close up of the (Mercury) NOHAB MyXXIV engine.
B 5 practicing a dive bombing operation.

ASJA B 4

Licence built of the Hawker Hart powered by a NOHAB (Bristol) Pegasus radial engine. First used as reconnaissance aircraft (1934-1937) as S 7 before switching to the bomber role as B 4 (1936-1947).

ForstaDivisionen ASJA-B4.jpg


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