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The Air Force checkerboard (Polish: szachownica lotnicza) is a national marking for the aircraft of the Polish Air Force, equivalent to roundels used in other nations' air forces. It consists of four equal squares, of which the upper left and lower right are white, and the other two – red. These are surrounded by a border of inverted (counterchanged) colors 1/5 the thickness of a single square. In 1993 the colors were reversed (i.e. white in the upper left). * Pre-checkerboard roundels used in 1918 * in Warsaw * in Lwów * in Cracow

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  • Polish Air Force checkerboard
  • Damier polonais
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  • Le Damier polonais (en polonais szachownica) est la marque d'identification des aéronefs de l'Armée de l'air polonaise. Il est composé de quatre carrés blancs et rouges.
  • Szachownica lotnicza – znak Sił Powietrznych, malowany na statkach powietrznych. Znak ma formę kwadratowej szachownicy o czterech polach w kolorach czerwonym i białym.
  • The Air Force checkerboard (Polish: szachownica lotnicza) is a national marking for the aircraft of the Polish Air Force, equivalent to roundels used in other nations' air forces. It consists of four equal squares, of which the upper left and lower right are white, and the other two – red. These are surrounded by a border of inverted (counterchanged) colors 1/5 the thickness of a single square. In 1993 the colors were reversed (i.e. white in the upper left). * Pre-checkerboard roundels used in 1918 * in Warsaw * in Lwów * in Cracow
  • La szachownica lotnicza (en polaco: tablero de ajedrez aérea) es la insignia de la Fuerza Aérea Polaca. Oficialmente ha sido utilizada desde el 1 de diciembre de 1918, pero fue usada por primera vez durante la Primera Guerra Mundial por un piloto polaco del Imperio austrohúngaro, . Durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial los pilotos de aviones polacos que se encontraban en las fuerzas aéreas de países como el Reindo Unido tuvieron una pequeña szachownica, usualmente cerca de la cabina de vuelo. Formas diferentes de la szachownica son usadas por la y vehículos blindados del ejército polaco.
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  • La szachownica lotnicza (en polaco: tablero de ajedrez aérea) es la insignia de la Fuerza Aérea Polaca. Oficialmente ha sido utilizada desde el 1 de diciembre de 1918, pero fue usada por primera vez durante la Primera Guerra Mundial por un piloto polaco del Imperio austrohúngaro, . Durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial los pilotos de aviones polacos que se encontraban en las fuerzas aéreas de países como el Reindo Unido tuvieron una pequeña szachownica, usualmente cerca de la cabina de vuelo. Formas diferentes de la szachownica son usadas por la y vehículos blindados del ejército polaco. * Wikimedia Commons alberga una categoría multimedia sobre Szachownica. * Datos: Q7209862 * Multimedia: Roundels of Poland
  • Le Damier polonais (en polonais szachownica) est la marque d'identification des aéronefs de l'Armée de l'air polonaise. Il est composé de quatre carrés blancs et rouges.
  • The Air Force checkerboard (Polish: szachownica lotnicza) is a national marking for the aircraft of the Polish Air Force, equivalent to roundels used in other nations' air forces. It consists of four equal squares, of which the upper left and lower right are white, and the other two – red. These are surrounded by a border of inverted (counterchanged) colors 1/5 the thickness of a single square. In 1993 the colors were reversed (i.e. white in the upper left). Initially, Polish military aircraft used various signs in national colors (red and white), most frequently shields party per bend, pale, or red letter "Z" in a white square. The four-field, red-white checkerboard, was first used as a personal insignia of the Polish fighter pilot Stefan Stec. It was adopted as the Polish national roundel on 1 December 1918. * Pre-checkerboard roundels used in 1918 * in Warsaw * in Lwów * in Cracow In 1921 a contrasting red and white border was added, but without specified dimensions. In 1930 the ratio of border to fields was fixed at 1:5. According to current regulations, an additional gray border can be added, 1:6 the size of the field, if the insignia is displayed on a white or red background. Between the 1960s and 1980s the checkerboard (usually rotated 45 degrees) was also painted on turrets and hulls of Polish Army tanks and APCs. This tradition has since been discontinued. In 1993 the color order was changed from red-dominant (red in the upper left) to white-dominant, to conform to heraldic rules, though ignoring the 70-year-old tradition. The first white-dominant checkerboard was used in 1940 in France.
  • Szachownica lotnicza – znak Sił Powietrznych, malowany na statkach powietrznych. Znak ma formę kwadratowej szachownicy o czterech polach w kolorach czerwonym i białym.
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