“Malo periculosam, libertatem quam quietam servitutem.”
Swedish training plane. From back when they were training pilots for Germany.
Looks like a T-6/SNJ with Swedish national markings.Boat Guy
Speaking of Sweden, this is an interesting story. Apologies if CW mentioned this before, but I missed it.An SR-71 ran into trouble over Sweden on June 29, 1987 and wound up at 25,000 feet over the Baltic, airspeed 380 knots. The Soviets scrambled fighters with orders to shoot it down. The Swedish AF command had other ideas. 15 minutes.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y5Z2Bb-wnls
North American NA-16 trainer.
I think the OY-FUD is a nice touch also.
NA-16-4M (NA-31)138 built for Sweden's Flygvapnet as Sk 14/Sk 14A. Sk 14N trialled nosewheel for SAAB 21.powered by Wright R-975 Whirlwind (Sk 14) or Piaggio P VII C (Sk 14A). From Wiki