Category:Fiat G.50

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The Fiat G.50 was an Italian military fighter designed by the Fiat Aviazione company just before the Second World War. After a first flight on 26 February 1937, the type was quickly pressed into service and sent in Spain for operational testing. There, the dozen G.50s proved to be extremely maneuverable and their two Breda-SAFAT 12.7-mm machine guns could be impressive. But when Italia went to war in June 1940, the type was already underpowered and with an unsufficient top speed. This hampered the Fiat fighter facing new Allied designs but manned by decided and well trained pilots, the machine could be very valuable as the Finnish pilots proved it with an incredible ratio victory/loss of 33/1.

This page lists all films that feature a variation of the Fiat G.50.


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Pages in category "Fiat G.50"

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