Polish, Iskra means "spark". This primary and advanced jet
trainer was designed in 1957 and first flew in February of 1960. Over
500 of them were made. They also feature underwing hardpoints to enable
the Iskra to be used as a trainer for fighter/bomber pilots. The 2
aircraft below were on static display at the Camarillo Air Show in
August of 2005.
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