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wardog19 Jun 2022 2:19 p.m. PST

hi guys the u.s. uses self propelled hydraulically operated lifting and positioning devices to attach stores/bombs to aircraft pylons
truck. lift, aerial stores mj-1 and mhu-83
the raf used the wendy loader
so my question is what did nato use
french, german canada belgiun etc airforces
did they use the above u.s. equipment of did they have their own models ,info and pics if possible

14Bore19 Jun 2022 3:56 p.m. PST

Not sure but was a MJ-1. 4 driver on a load crew my first 2 years, one advantage was in winter the engine was a nice thing to have next to you.

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