A Reggiane Re. 2000 on the Italian seaplane carrier Giuseppe Miraglia.

The Re.2000 Catapultabile (MM.8281) on the catapult of Giuseppe Miraglia ready for take-off, May 1942. Less than a dozen of these variants was used during WWII. The planes were planned for the unfinished 27,000-ton Italian aircraft carrier L’ Aquila but cut their teeth on Miraglia.

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