Bialo-Czerwone Iskry at Krakow
|Active||1969 - present|
|Branch||Polish Air Force|
|Role||Aerobatic flight demonstration team|
|Trainer||7x PZL TS-11 Iskra|
Bialo-Czerwone Iskry ("White-and-Red Sparks") is an aerobatic demonstration team of the Polish Air Forces. Originally formed in 1969 at the 60 Training Wing in Radom under the name Rombik, the team flew four TS-11 Iskras. The team grew to nine pilots between 1993 and 1998 and was rebased to the 1 Air Training Centre in Dęblin. Currently the team flies 7 planes.
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