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86-0159 had one Iraqi killmark and there were two S-70 on the 17th.
CN235 95-099 had 202 Filo markings.
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Re: Spotterday Anatolean Eagle 17-19 June

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Freyaollie wrote:The Spanish herc which arrived just after we were dropped at the main gate was in grey scheme,by all accounts the second Spanish herc was in camo scheme.
Any tie-ups on which was which.
The one which arrived after "we" were dropped was T.10-03. The last group was still there when it arrived and somebody was able to take a photo of it.
The only thing I could see is that it was grey.

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Re: Spotterday Anatolean Eagle 17-19 June

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Friday morning around 12:00 a Turkish Citation was overflying the city at around the same time the UK contingent left.

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That was Ce550 007 as already noted in Jonathan's log; they have only 2 and 008 was in Rotterdam (The Netherlands) for maintenance at the time.
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Re: Spotterday Anatolean Eagle 17-19 June

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frank kramer wrote:That was Ce550 007 as already noted in Jonathan's log; they have only 2 and 008 was in Rotterdam (The Netherlands) for maintenance at the time.
Missed that one in his overview :roll:
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Re: Spotterday Anatolean Eagle 17-19 June

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There were a NF-5A and NF-5B in the hangar near the F-4E flightline on 17th of june which was closed soon after we arrived.
Read the code on the NF-5A as 3 and couldn't see the NF-5B code.
On the 18th NF-5A 3032/3 and NF-5B 4020/7 were towed to the other side of the field.
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Re: Spotterday Anatolean Eagle 17-19 June

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Jonathan wrote:I made this log from my notes and pics of the spottersdays. There are a few blanks (such as two Turkish C-130's on the 19th), and one of the Hueys needs confirmation. I am also not entirely certain of the exact location of each of the Turkish F-16's. It seems that some were moved around over the days. Any other corrections or amendments are welcome as well!
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131/135Filo platforms/NAEWF area (west)
CN235M 135Filo: 92-056, 94-080, 95-099, 95-119
E-3A NAEWF: LX-N90444, LX-N90454
E-7T 131Filo: 13-001, 13-002
Hello Jonathan,
The second E-7T was definitely 13-003. I identified it when it was pulled from the hangar on the 17th and on the 18th I identified the name on the aircraft as Guney. You could easily see this one from the spot where we photographed the departing Turkish fighter aircraft in the late afternoon.
So 13-001 and 13-003.

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Concerning the F5's: there also was one being towed across the field when we arrived on wednesday morning around 9 AM. Did anyone get that one?
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Lex wrote:There were a NF-5A and NF-5B in the hangar near the F-4E flightline on 17th of june which was closed soon after we arrived.
Read the code on the NF-5A as 3 and couldn't see the NF-5B code.
On the 18th NF-5A 3032/3 and NF-5B 4020/7 were towed to the other side of the field.
The NF-5A with code #3, was in the "wash"-hangar the next day: 70-3032
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Hans van Herk wrote:
Jonathan wrote:I made this log from my notes and pics of the spottersdays. There are a few blanks (such as two Turkish C-130's on the 19th), and one of the Hueys needs confirmation. I am also not entirely certain of the exact location of each of the Turkish F-16's. It seems that some were moved around over the days. Any other corrections or amendments are welcome as well!
Best wishes,
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131/135Filo platforms/NAEWF area (west)
CN235M 135Filo: 92-056, 94-080, 95-099, 95-119
E-3A NAEWF: LX-N90444, LX-N90454
E-7T 131Filo: 13-001, 13-002
Hello Jonathan,
The second E-7T was definitely 13-003. I identified it when it was pulled from the hangar on the 17th and on the 18th I identified the name on the aircraft as Guney. You could easily see this one from the spot where we photographed the departing Turkish fighter aircraft in the late afternoon.
So 13-001 and 13-003.

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Hello Hans,

thank you for the correction. So, 13-002 was never seen during this days in Konya?
13-001 was the one with unit markings and 13-003 had no unit markings, correct?

Also, was 13-003 the E-7 outside on Saturday morning?

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Re: Spotterday Anatolean Eagle 17-19 June

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Hans van Herk wrote:
Jonathan wrote:I made this log from my notes and pics of the spottersdays. There are a few blanks (such as two Turkish C-130's on the 19th), and one of the Hueys needs confirmation. I am also not entirely certain of the exact location of each of the Turkish F-16's. It seems that some were moved around over the days. Any other corrections or amendments are welcome as well!
Best wishes,
Jonathan

131/135Filo platforms/NAEWF area (west)
CN235M 135Filo: 92-056, 94-080, 95-099, 95-119
E-3A NAEWF: LX-N90444, LX-N90454
E-7T 131Filo: 13-001, 13-002
Hello Jonathan,
The second E-7T was definitely 13-003. I identified it when it was pulled from the hangar on the 17th and on the 18th I identified the name on the aircraft as Guney. You could easily see this one from the spot where we photographed the departing Turkish fighter aircraft in the late afternoon.
So 13-001 and 13-003.

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Oops.... I feel very stupid. :oops: I have 002 in my notes, but I seem to have forgotten to take a picture of this one, so I cannot check... Could it be that both the 002 and the 003 have been outside at some point (although never together)?
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Re: Spotterday Anatolean Eagle 17-19 June

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Hans van Herk wrote:
Jonathan wrote:I made this log from my notes and pics of the spottersdays. There are a few blanks (such as two Turkish C-130's on the 19th), and one of the Hueys needs confirmation. I am also not entirely certain of the exact location of each of the Turkish F-16's. It seems that some were moved around over the days. Any other corrections or amendments are welcome as well!
Best wishes,
Jonathan

131/135Filo platforms/NAEWF area (west)
CN235M 135Filo: 92-056, 94-080, 95-099, 95-119
E-3A NAEWF: LX-N90444, LX-N90454
E-7T 131Filo: 13-001, 13-002
Hello Jonathan,
The second E-7T was definitely 13-003. I identified it when it was pulled from the hangar on the 17th and on the 18th I identified the name on the aircraft as Guney. You could easily see this one from the spot where we photographed the departing Turkish fighter aircraft in the late afternoon.
So 13-001 and 13-003.

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Hello Hans,

thank you for the correction. So, 13-002 was never seen during this days in Konya?
13-001 was the one with unit markings and 13-003 had no unit markings, correct?

Also, was 13-003 the E-7 outside on Saturday morning?

Best greetings
Marcus
Hello Marcus,
Indeed, at least I did not see 13-002. I identified 13-003 on both days (Wednesday and Thursday).
And 13-003 was unmarked. It even did not have the last three of the serial on the nose. I compared it with 13-001 and there the last three were just above the name.

I am not sure on the Saturday morning, but as far as I can remember it was parked in the same position as 13-001 when it arrived late afternoon on Thursday.
So I assume at this point this was 13-001.

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Hans
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Re: Spotterday Anatolean Eagle 17-19 June

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Thank you both very much, guys :)
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Re: Spotterday Anatolean Eagle 17-19 June

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All

I am having difficulty sorting out Turkish C-130 movements at Konya on Fri 19th. Please can anyone add times and serials to the following notes

62-3496 C-130B 222Filo (19)
63-13188 C-130E 222Filo (19)
68-01606 C-130E 222Filo (19)
one arrived about 09:00 Friday, one with a large blue badge arr about 09:20 Friday
one left about 10:30 Friday

T10-03/31-03 C-130H Ala31 (18/19) gy c/s, arr Thur 19:30
T10-08/31-05 C-130H Ala31 (18/19) camo, arr Thur 21:30, dep Fri about 15:00
Both still on deck Fri at about 11:00

69-026 C-160D 221Filo (19) this was taxying into to civil terminal about 10:30, dep about 11:00
69-033 C-160D 221Filo (19)

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Re: Spotterday Anatolean Eagle 17-19 June

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Some corrections:

90-0005 191 Filo addition
90-0022 181 Filo ? correction This F-16 was left on the Eagle platform, together with 07-1021 during the first wave on the 17th.
Both had "Leopard" markings.
93-0667 151 Filo correction
89-0045 152 Filo correction
90-0023 152 Filo correction
93-0692 151 Filo correction
96-119 CN235 not 95-119
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