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West Germany bought 15 Gannet AS.4s and one T.5 in 1958. They operated as the anti-submarine squadron of Marinefliegergeschwader 1 (1stNaval Fighter Wing) from Jagel and Marinefliegergeschwader 2 from Sylt. Later the Gannets were replaced by the Breguet Br.1150 Atlantic in 1966. During its operations the German Navy lost one AS.4, on 12 May 1966, when a Gannet crashed shortly after takeoff from Kaufbeuren, killing all three crew members.
Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fairey_F… Fairey Firely enter the Royal Netherlands Navy in 1946, it served on the Dutch Aircraft carrier Hr. Ms. Karel Doorman and in the oversea territories. In 1960, in response to Indonesian territorial demands and threats, the Netherlands deployed Firefly AS.Mk 4s to Dutch New Guinea. As Indonesian forces began to infiltrate the territory, the Fireflies carried out a few attack operations in early 1962, before a political settlement was negotiated.
This is drawing of Fairey Barracuda served with No.860 (Dutch) Naval Air Squadron. British Royal Navy Fleet Air Arms No.860 Squadron was formed in June 1943 from personnel of the Royal Netherlands Navy, In June 1945 the squadron was re-equipped with the Fairey Barracuda, and in August it was assigned to the escort carrier HMS Nairana.