Fokker S-14 trainerlast update September 4, 2010
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All pictures made and kindly provided by Bas Damen and Meindert de Vreeze
The Fokker S-14 was known
as the MACH trainer, flown in the seventies.
The aircraft was only operated in small numbers at the RNethAF.
Below are seen pictures of the Fokker S-14 aircraft that was modified
by Fokker Aircraft to demonstrate a version with a more powerful Rolls
Royce Nene 3 engine. It was called Machtrainer II.
Is is now preserved in the Dutch museum Aviodrome.
detail of left seat looking down and forward
part of instrument panel can be seen here
section behind seats
note the canopy sliding rail on top of fuselage
more birdcage canopy details
nose gear well
main gear wheel well
(note: outward right wing is not installed on museum aircraft)
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