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Avro Shackleton MR Mk 3, United Kingdom, 1949 , See reconnaisance and submarine hunting 

 

The Shakleton was derived from the Lancaster. It was used in roles as a long range see reconnaisance air- craft (later fitted with radar), submarine hunting and electronic reconnaisance.

 
 

Fairey Gannet, United Kingdom, 1949 , Anti-submarine warfare 

 

Counter-running propellers on one axis allowed patrol flight with only one engine.

 
 

Hawker Siddeley Shackleton MR Mk 3, United Kingdom, 1949 , See reconnaisance and submarine hunting 

 

The Shakleton was derived from the Lancaster. It was used in roles as a long range see reconnaisance air- craft (later fitted with radar), submarine hunting and electronic reconnaisance.

 
 

Canadair CL 28 Argus, Canada, 1954 , Sea reconaissance and ASW aircraft 

 

The Argus was derived from the Bristol Britannia as a sub-hunter to fit the need of the RCAF. It was optimized for long range and sub-hunting, so it has the typical radome and the boom to host the MAD (mag- netic anomaly detecor).

 
 

Breguet Br 1050 Alizé, France, 1956 , Carrier Based AntiSub Airplane 

 

The Alizé is a dedicated carrier based anti sub aricraft, similar to the british Fairey Gannet. From 1958 to 1961 92 were build.

 
 

Westland Wessex HAS Mk. 1, United Kingdom, 1956 , Anti Submarine Helicopter 

 

 
 

Martin P 5 M Marlin, USA, 1957 , Sea reconnaissance flying boat 

 

 
 

Lockheed P 3 Orion, USA, 1959 , Sea Patrol and ASW Aircraft 

 

 
 

Breguet Br 1150 Atlantique, France, 1961 , Long range sea patrol and antisubmarine warfare 

 

The Atlantique is the standard sea reconnaissance aircraft and sub hunter in many NATO countries. It is fitted with antiship-missiles, ASW-weapons, sonar buoys and a magnetic anomaly detector.

 
 

Dassault Bréguet Br 1150 Atlantique, France, 1961 , Long range sea patrol and antisubmarine warfare 

 

The Atlantique is the standard sea reconnaissance aircraft and sub hunter in many NATO countries. It is fitted with antiship-missiles, ASW-weapons, sonar buoys and a magnetic anomaly detector.

 
 

Tupolev Tu 95, Russia, 1962 , Long range reconnaissance 

 

 
 

Westland Wasp HAS Mk.1 / Scout AH Mk. 1, United Kingdom, 1963 , Light helicopter 

 

The Scout is in service with the royal army as a light multi-purpose helicopter. Within the royal navy it is in service in a modified version known as the Wasp. It is used for anti submarine warfare and carries 2 target-seeking torpedos

 
 

Beriev Be 12 Chaika, Russia, 1965 , Flying boat for sub-hunting and sea surveillance 

 

 
 

Tupolev Tu 142, Russia, 1966 , Long range reconnaissance 

 

 
 

De Havilland Nimrod AEW Mk 3, United Kingdom, 1968 

 

The Comet was the first jet airliner ever. After some crashes that originated in material stress, the Comet was redesigned and was as the Comet 4 in service up to the late 70ies. The Comet is the platform for the sea surveillance system Nimrod too.

 
 

Sikorsky CH 124 Sea King, USA, 1969 , Sub Hunter, Search and Rescue, Transport 

 

       

 

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