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The Servicio de AviaciĆ³n (Coast Guard Air Service) traces its origins to 1946 when a small group of officers was sent to the Argentine Naval Aviation school. They learned to fly on the Boeing N2S Kaydet and North American SNJ of the Argentine Navy which also transferred their first aircraft: Three Grumman JRF Goose.

In 1961 the service received its first helicopter: a Sikorsky S-51 Dragonfly.

More than a half a century later, and supported by CASA 212MP and Beechcraft 350ER MPA aircraft, their helicopters fly daily performing search and rescue, surveillance and support missions from the tropical Iguazu region to the patagonian Tierra del Fuego.

News


Argentine Coast Guard Receives Its First H225, 16-Sep-15 : Argentine Coast Guard ( Prefectura Naval Argentina ) received its first H225 helicopter, which will be based in Mar del Plata, marking the start of the renewal process of the SA330 Puma fleet



List of Units

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Rotary Wing Aircraft UnitCreatedDisband
    Servicio de Aviacion - Argentine Coast Guard Aviation Service 1946 --






Bases and Locations

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Base / HeliportUnits on this Location
   Comodoro RivadaviaServicio de Aviacion 1990/   
   Helipuerto PNA RosarioServicio de Aviacion
   Mar del PlataServicio de Aviacion 1987/   
   PosadasServicio de Aviacion
   Puerto NuevoServicio de Aviacion
   San FernandoServicio de Aviacion


Model Types

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ModelDel'dFromTo
  AH H225 / EC225LP 2015
  EC AS355NP Ecureuil 2 / TwinStar 22011
  Schweizer 269C / 300 71996
  EC AS365 Dauphin 2 41995
  SNIA SA330L Puma419802015
  Hughes 369 / 500 / H-6619681988
  Bell 4721962??
  Sikorsky S-51 / R-5 / H-5119611965


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