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Torrejon 11 Okt

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With some effort the 8 Bo105's near the Gaurdia Civil hangar could be read:
information between brackets was not read.

09-123
09-110
09-109
HU.15-67/09-126
HU.15-71/09-130
HU.15-02/09-(102)
HU.15-81/(09-111)
HU.15-69/09-128

parked at their ramp:

EC135P2 HU.26-05/09-303
EC135P2 HU.26-08/09-305
BK117 (HU.22-02)/09-202
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We saw at least 1 grey and 3 more collerfull Falcon 20's in the hangars!

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Unlikely, the Spanish AF only has 2 coloured birds.

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Hi
Da.20 47-24 was in hangar 432.
Are the other ones Da.900's?

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K2G wrote:With some effort the 8 Bo105's near the Gaurdia Civil hangar could be read:
information between brackets was not read.
09-123
09-110
09-109
HU.15-67/09-126
HU.15-71/09-130
HU.15-02/09-(102)
HU.15-81/(09-111)
HU.15-69/09-128
On Friday we saw 9 of which HU.15-77/09-107 was moved into the hangar.
The others were HU.15-02, HU.15-69, HU.15-81, 09-130, 09-12_
We also read HU.15-01 which was the second from the front and had a different colour tail boom
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W&R wrote:
K2G wrote:With some effort the 8 Bo105's near the Gaurdia Civil hangar could be read:
information between brackets was not read.
09-123
09-110
09-109
HU.15-67/09-126
HU.15-71/09-130
HU.15-02/09-(102)
HU.15-81/(09-111)
HU.15-69/09-128
On Friday we saw 9 of which HU.15-77/09-107 was moved into the hangar.
The others were HU.15-02, HU.15-69, HU.15-81, 09-130, 09-12_
We also read HU.15-01 which was the second from the front and had a different colour tail boom
The above list is in order. 09-128 was the first one you could see from the static side. So the second one we read as HU.15-81. This one have indeed a different color scheme, with its serial in white. See: http://www.eurodemobbed.org.uk/image_vi ... .15-81.jpg HU.15-01 is preserved here, but not visible from outside. See: http://www.eurodemobbed.org.uk/image_vi ... .15-01.jpg
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Hello,

On the other side of the runway there were 4 EF-18's standing (1 of the in a sunshed).
Who can help me with the serials of these?

Many thanks.
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Full list here, with several comments in the posts after.

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Codes are; 12-19 12-04 12-18. The one under the shed i could not read.

in the hangar south of the 6 Hornets were 4 Hornets parked. One of them was C.15-68.

Dont know if these ones have been reported yet:
In the middle of the base a Phantom with code 121-16 is preserved in front of a building.

The Phantom on tje south entrance and the F1 a bit further down the road were also seen.

At the east gate is a camo F-4 preserved. There is no serial visible on my pictures.

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47-22 was in Hangar 425
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If 425 was the middel hangar of the 3 connected, there were 2 falcon 20 inside, which were the TM.11-1 and TM.11-2

And on hangar 3, the Large hangar Stipjes mentioned there were at least 6 hornets

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stipjes wrote:Codes are; 12-19 12-04 12-18. The one under the shed i could not read.
4th in shed was 12-17

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Bjorn van der Flier wrote:the Large hangar Stipjes mentioned there were at least 6 hornets

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Hello Bjorn, I looked in the hangar and counted 4 but if there were more it must have been my quikness or they had no tails, so I believe you on your bleu eyes ;-).
The one I read was the one the most close to the preserved sabre. The hangar on the other site of the hornets outside contained only others things then ac.

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K2G wrote:
W&R wrote:
K2G wrote:With some effort the 8 Bo105's near the Gaurdia Civil hangar could be read:
information between brackets was not read.
09-123
09-110
09-109
HU.15-67/09-126
HU.15-71/09-130
HU.15-02/09-(102)
HU.15-81/(09-111)
HU.15-69/09-128
On Friday we saw 9 of which HU.15-77/09-107 was moved into the hangar.
The others were HU.15-02, HU.15-69, HU.15-81, 09-130, 09-12_
We also read HU.15-01 which was the second from the front and had a different colour tail boom
The above list is in order. 09-128 was the first one you could see from the static side. So the second one we read as HU.15-81. This one have indeed a different color scheme, with its serial in white. See: http://www.eurodemobbed.org.uk/image_vi ... .15-81.jpg HU.15-01 is preserved here, but not visible from outside. See: http://www.eurodemobbed.org.uk/image_vi ... .15-01.jpg
Can anyone confirm that the last Bo105 in line (09-123) was towed out of the row later on Saturday?
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Stipjes, we went round the Hangar, and there were 3-4 aircraft per side parked tails towards each other, but as soon as we peaked we were spotted by a rather large group so we had to split.

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