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Base Aérea San Isidro

The good-looking teeth of the FARD, eight Super Tucanos were acquired to replace the A-37.

Steve Brown

The standard basic trainer of the FARD is the Cessna 172S.

Johnny Rod

Base Aérea San Isidro (MDSI)

RWY 03/21     POS 18°30'13"N 069°45'42"W     ELEV 111 ft

Comando Unidad Aircraft Type(s) Name Badge
Comando Aéreo

Escuadrón de Combate A-29B Dragones


Escuadrón de Transporte Aéreo Beech 55
C212-400
Ce207
Ce404
PA-31
RC690B
Pegasus


Escuadrón de Rescate Bell 206A-1
UH-1H+
UH-1H-II
Aguilas


Escuadrilla Presidencial EC120
EC155B1
G-II
Escuela de Aviación

Escuadrón de Entrenamiento Aéreo Ce172S
Schweizer 333
T-35B
Renati aliam scientiam
Fuerza de Tarea Conjunta Interagencial

- AMT200
Ce206
P2006T (SMP)
Defender Proteger y Servir
Santiago-Cibao and Puerto Plata are in use as reserve bases, the latter housing the Comando Aéreo de Norte.

Many different colours can be found on FARD aircraft and helicopters, like this former Canadian CH-136, or Kiowa.

Johnny Rod

For surveillance and patrol duties, this Tecnam P2006 has been added to the fleet and provides great capabilities at reasonable costs.

Steve Brown

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