Piper PA-18C Super Cub
AFW/84 : Den belgiske hær råder over 6 Super Cub fly, som bruges til målbugsering.
AFW/84 : Den svenske hærs flyvetjeneste råder over 12 L-21B Super Cub (Fp151) forbindelses-/observationsfly.
WAPJ 12/93 : Efter 9 år på lager har det norske luftvåben og USAF, som teknisk er flyenes ejer, overdraget 6 Piper L-18C Cub observationsfly til Norsk Aero Klubb 14/6/1992. Flyene var blevet opereret af Luftvernartilleriet (Field Artillery Observer Service) på vegne af den norske hær.
WAPJ 29/97 : Den thailandske hær modtog Piper L-18 forbindelsesfly fly som militærhjælp fra USA i 1950'erne.
WIK/21 : Norge havde modtaget 16 Piper L-18C Super Cub fly i 1955, som dannede grundstammen i feltartilleriets observationstjeneste. Flyene var en donation som del det amerikanske militærhjælpsprogram.
Belgien: 157 Piper Super Cubs were delivered to the Belgian Air Force from mid-1952 onwards in the framework of the Mutual Defence Aid Programme (MDAP). After a restructuring of the armed forces on April 1st, 1954 the Super Cubs were assigned to the Belgian Army Light Aviation and exchanged their bright yellow colour scheme for camouflage paint.
From the total number of 157 aircraft delivered to Wevelgem, 25 Pipers (L88 to L112) were never used operationally by the Belgian Forces and instead were passed on to Denmark (L88 to L103) and the Netherlands (L104 to L112). More aircraft were stored for several years before taken on charge. In 1963 the serial numbers were rationalised and the majority of the aircraft got a new sequential registration number. The result was that several registrations were issued twice, which does not really help to give us a clear picture.
During its operational career a demonstration team was formed, named "The Pipettes".
All remaining Pipers were replaced by Sud Aviation Alouette II helicopters by June 1970, although for many of them this by no means meant the end of their flying career as several Pipers started a second life with civilian aero clubs all across Europe