Del'd: 8 - 1973 to 1984



  • Arma Aerea de la Armada Española AH-1G Cobra
Eight new-build AH-1Gs, known as Z.14 in spanish service, were used until 1985 when all survivors were return to USA but one that is preserved on the national naval museum


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YearsUnitsbold : Current base of the Unit
1973/84eslla 007Rota



Construction Numbers Help Us

C/NBuiltID     In this OrganisationIn other Org

    21050     Z.14-1: Marina 01-701. to HA.14-1 BuNo 71-15090. back to USA and pr+
US Army Aviation 71-15090: US Army Aviation Museum, Ft Rucker; ex Spain Z.14-1
    21051     Z.14-2: Marina 01-702. to HA.14-2 BuNo 71-15091. back to USA
    21052     Z.14-3: Marina 007-3. BuNo 71-15092. w/o 23jul73
    21053     Z.14-4: Marina 1-704. to HA.14-4 BuNo 71-15093. back to USA
    21124     Z.14-5: Marina 7-005. BuNo 72-21461. w/o 22feb74
    21125     Z.14-6: Marina 7-006. BuNo 72-21462. w/o 12jan78
    21126     Z.14-7: Marina 01-707. BuNo 72-21463. to HA.14-7. w/o 03may80
    21127     Z.14-8: Marina 01-708. BuNo 72-21464. to HA.14-8. Preserved Naval Mu+
    8 C/N found in this Organisation

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