Armada Argentina
Photo: Michel (F-4 Phantom website).
Photo: Michel (F-4 Phantom website).
Two S-2T in formation with a P-3 Orion of the Argentian Navy. Photo: Sebastián Novais via Hernán Casciani.
An unindentified rocket under the wing of a S-2T. Photo: Archivo Juan Carlos Cicalesi via Hernán Casciani.
Groundcrew load a S-2T with depthchargers. Photo: Archivo Juan Carlos Cicalesi via Hernán Casciani.
An inflight picture of a S-2T over the Belgrano Navy Harbor. Photo: Guillermo Galmarini via Hernán Casciani.
Here a torpedo released from a S-2T. Photo: Archivo Juan Carlos Cicalesi via Hernán Casciani.
Groundcrew busy with something what looks like a target towing pod. Photo: Archivo Juan Carlos Cicalesi via Hernán Casciani.
A full armed S-2T on finals. Photo: Archivo Juan Carlos Cicalesi via Hernán Casciani.
A S-2E during its launch for the aircraftcarrier "25 de Mayo". Photo: Archivo Juan Carlos Cicales via Hernán Casciani.
The modification of the first S-2E into a tuboprop version took place in Israel (Bedek division). Here the 2-AS-23 just befor shipping. Vital parts are removed and covered. Photo: Hernán Casciani.
Here the same aircraft in Israel. Modifications are almost finished and the turbo-engine are being tested. Note the David star on the leftside of the fuselage. Photo: Hernán Casciani.
This picture was taken during an exhibition in 1999. Photo: Hernán Casciani.
Photo:Jorge F. Nuñez Padin.
This S-2A (0511/2-AS-1, buno 133202) was delivered from US Navy stocks in may 1962. This picture was taken at an exhibition in "La Rural" in 1969. Photo: Archive Juan Carlos Cicalesi via Hernán Casciani.
A very old picture shows the launch of a S-2E aboard the "25 de Mayo". Photo: via Alejandro D. Povarchik.
During exercises, the S-2Ts of the Argentine Navy sometimes operate from the Brazilian aircraft carrier Minas Gerais. Photo: Brazilian Navy.
Another picture of a S-2T during its launch from the Brazilian aircraft carrier Minas Gerais. Photo:Jorge F. Nuñez Padin.
Sometimes the Trackers of the Argentine Navy use US Navy aircraftcarriers for training. Here a S-2E during its final approach on the USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) in 1991 or 1992. Photo: Mahlon Miller.
Jim Hunnewelt took another picture of a Argentine Tracker just before trapping aboard an US Navy aircraftcarrier.
This is how the Argentines think about the S-2 Tracker. Image: Santiago L. Aversa.
The Agentine Naval Aviation has currently five S-2Ts in thier inventory. This picture was taken at BAN Comandante Espora by Dino van Doorn.
Another S-2T photographed during the landingprocedure at BAN Comandante Espora. Photo:Jorge F. Nuñez Padin
Another picture from BAN Comandante Espora. This is a S-2A, with anniversary markings and is well preserved. Photo: Dino van Doorn.
The same aircraft photographed by Jorge F. Nuñez Padin The nickname of this Stoof is "White Lady" and the colourscheme was an idea of Jorge.
This same aircraft from a different angle of view. Photo: Dino van Doorn
This picture of the 0704/2-AS-25 (buno: 153577) was taken just before the rebuild to a Turbo Tracker. Photo: Dino van Doorn.
Good old Echo! A pair of Stoofs on BAN Comandante Espora's tarmac. Note the A-4 Skyhawk of the Argentine Navy on the background. Photo:Jorge F. Nuñez Padin