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FISHER01 wrote:thank! did you read the number or the code? because i'm at this moment thinking of the 33-NQ(OR 33-NG)and the other is 33-NZ(or 33-NR)

can anybody give the actual numbers by these 4 codes than i can give a beter look at my pictures for the numbers
I did read the serialnumber from the noosewheeldoor. No code noticed. I think we can say that one mistery is solved: 655/33-NG !! NOw for the second one.

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Hi saw this message on MSF:
from a photograph i have of the first pass as a pair the right hand machine
has what looks 647 on the nose gear front door the lead jet isn't that
clear though

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Possible aircraft could be 647/33-NF, according to Scramble Dbase.


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maurits wrote:Hi saw this message on MSF:
from a photograph i have of the first pass as a pair the right hand machine
has what looks 647 on the nose gear front door the lead jet isn't that
clear though

Regards
Colin Norwood
http://www.yourdigitalmemories.co.uk" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
Possible aircraft could be 647/33-NF, according to Scramble Dbase.


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Maurits
Thanx Maurits.
So the second one could be 641 (according to Fisher01) or 647 (according to Colin Norwood).
We come even closer to onsolve the mystery.

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Post by FISHER01 »

in that case i think it is the 647/33-NF, because the 641/33- should have not were code 33-NZ or 33-NR, and NF i had also in mind a few times.

and of course a 1 or 7 is not very different :wink:

thanx everybody, for me it is clear:

655/33-NG
647/33-NF
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hello,

could someone tell me wich a.109 stould by the aloutte 2?

thanks

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A-109 near vip-tent = H-26
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Excellent work on the French overflights, but couldn't they have sent a different F-1 to the 1986 event (655 was also at KB that day :cry: )
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Hi,

Just been updating my list for the registration of the photographs. But I can't be sure for all the suadrons the planes were assigned to. :oops:

Anybody got a list with the correct squadrons for the Belgian, the Greece and some others?

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Stafsels wrote:Hi,

Anybody got a list with the correct squadrons for the Belgian, the Greece and some others?
155774 A-7H 335 Moira
160560 TA-7H 335 Moira
01512 F-4E 338 Moira
01525 F-4E 338 Moira
113 F-16C 330 Moira
119 F-16C 330 Moira
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Thanks!

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Which Gruppo were those Italian Falcons?

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Stafsels wrote:Which Gruppo were those Italian Falcons?
No problem, glad to help :D
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Hi all,

In our last Scramble 341 issue, we published an overview of the KeeBee- participants. Also in SIS-section we mentioned a Cold Lake/Maple Flag review with Mirage F1CR 662 with code 33-NF as one of the French participants. This Mirage was noted in June. So it seems that the earlier mentioned KeeBee F1CR was not 647 coded with 33-NF.
Question;did 647 wear another code or was 662/33-NF the aircraft with 655/33-NG twice in the overshoot at KeeBee?

Anyone more info on this?

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Also, don't rule out the possibility that they used the nose wheel door of another Mirage!
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