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Re: Madrid - 11 October 2014

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You are correct, just checked my pictures... thanks.

Anyone for the missing MB339?
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Re: Madrid - 11 October 2014

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One question from the spottersday: in the morning, there were two BK117's parked on the Guardia Civil apron. One was in the line with the two EC135's with the nose towards us (that was HU22.02/09-202), the second one was halfway between this line and the line with stored Bo105's with its tail towards us. Later in the day, it was towed inside. Did anyone get the registration of that one please?
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Re: Madrid - 11 October 2014

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Hilco wrote:some more additions from my side:


corrections:
SA319B HD.16-01/803-01

I have HD.16-1

Anyone for the Frecce MB339 coded '0'?

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I have HD.16-1 for the Alouette III

MB339 with code 0 was MM55053 at Cazaux in June 2014. But I can not confirm this for Torrejon.
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Re: Madrid - 11 October 2014

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I really do have HU.16-1 in my notebook for the Alouette. That may well be a error on my side though. Two pictures on airliners.net also mention HD.16-1 (although the serial cannot be seen on the pictures).

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Re: Madrid - 11 October 2014

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Serial is indeed HD.16-1 in my pictures
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Re: Madrid - 11 October 2014

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ehusmann wrote:I really do have HU.16-1 in my notebook for the Alouette. That may well be a error on my side though. Two pictures on airliners.net also mention HD.16-1 (although the serial cannot be seen on the pictures).

Erwin
Hello Erwin,

I also have HU.16-1 in my notebook.

Maybe the it has different serials on either side (did not notice that).

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Re: Madrid - 11 October 2014

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Hello,

on my picture : HD.16-1

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Re: Madrid - 11 October 2014

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One more question for those present at the spottersday: did anyone log the Phantom that was parked near the F-86 on a pole at the platform where the 6 Hornets were parked? And I do not mean the grey RF-4C with special coloured tail for the withdrawal in 2002, but the one in SEA camouflage with its nose towards us. In my pictures I think I can make out the code "12-15" but I'm not sure... This would make it C.12-19 which used to be parked in a field next to a CASA 352L which I did not see.
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Re: Madrid - 11 October 2014

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Canberra TT.18 wrote:Maybe the it has different serials on either side (did not notice that).
Could be indeed.

The Casa 352 and the others at the base museum are gone. At least from that spot. I understood the Casa is to Cuatro Vientos, the rest I do not know about. So it could be you saw the 12-15 somewhere else.

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Re: Madrid - 11 October 2014

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this is the one.. (for those that can find it in this picture... taken as a reminder only):

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Re: Madrid - 11 October 2014

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ehusmann wrote:
Canberra TT.18 wrote:Maybe the it has different serials on either side (did not notice that).
Could be indeed.

The Casa 352 and the others at the base museum are gone. At least from that spot. I understood the Casa is to Cuatro Vientos, the rest I do not know about. So it could be you saw the 12-15 somewhere else.

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We saw a CASA 352 in a hangar, near the CASA 295 platform at Getafe. Quite sure this is the ex Torrejon one.
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Re: Madrid - 11 October 2014

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K2G wrote:
ehusmann wrote:
Canberra TT.18 wrote:Maybe the it has different serials on either side (did not notice that).
Could be indeed.

The Casa 352 and the others at the base museum are gone. At least from that spot. I understood the Casa is to Cuatro Vientos, the rest I do not know about. So it could be you saw the 12-15 somewhere else.

Erwin
We saw a CASA 352 in a hangar, near the CASA 295 platform at Getafe. Quite sure this is the ex Torrejon one.
I noticed one in the hanger behind the CL.215's at Getafe. You mean that one?
Not read by me.

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Re: Madrid - 11 October 2014

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I noticed one in the hanger behind the CL.215's at Getafe. You mean that one?
Not read by me.
Yep, the Casa 352 was in the hangar behind the CL215 at Getafe.
It will be restored there and be preserved in the future at Getafe.
The ex Torrejon base museum Phantom C.12-19/12-15 is now preserved next to the pole mounted F-86 near the Hornet ramp.
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Re: Madrid - 11 October 2014

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thanks all! yet another puzzle solved.. :D
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Re: Madrid - 11 October 2014

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Canberra TT.18 wrote: Maybe it has different serials on either side (did not notice that).
Nope, checked my pictures, on both sides it has the same serial: HD.16-1
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