Raytheon A-36 Bonanza
The Raytheon A-36 Bonanza (Hebrew nickname: 'Hofit' (Stint)) is a single-engine six seat (including the pilot) passenger airplane. The first member of the "Beechcraft" family was manufactured in 1947 and was an instant success.
Ramat David Airbase was established by the British in 1941, as part of the Royal Air Force infrastructure. It was intended to function as an alternative to the base in Haifa, that had been attack by German aircraft during World War Two.
Sikorsky CH-53 ('Yas'ur')
The IAF's main transport helicopter. Since entering service in 1969, the 'Yas'ur' has taken part in numerous operations in enemy territory. In these operations - most of which remain secret - the IAF has made full use of its varied capabilities in rescue, carrying large payloads, transporting troops and equipment and long distance flight