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In bold my additions:
Antheii wrote:All,

Due to other commitments I couldn't make it to KB during the spotters day itself, so to at least get the numbers I went there during the evening.

The following was noted around 19:00h from the eastern side. The order is from east to west and wat is underlined I didn't read myself.
Anybody able to fill the gaps? And anybody who can confirm only two L-159s were out flying around 13:30 and can tell me which two?

MM7259 F-16A
MM7239 F-16A
MM7245 F-16A
MM7243 F-16A
E-??? F-16AM KDF
E-608 F-16AM KDF
E-??? F-16AM KDF (So I'm missing one here, but which?)
113 F-16C EPA
119 F-16C EPA
01512 F-4E EPA
01524 F-4E EPA (or other way around off course :-) )
155774 A-7H EPA
160560 TA-7H EPA
??+?? Tornado Lw/AG51 4557
??+?? Tornado Lw/AG51 4591
2 Rafale An
3 Rafale An
5 Rafale An
9 Rafale An
318/7-HM Rafale AdlA
104/7-HH Rafale AdlA
??+?? Tornado Lw 4528
??+?? Tornado Lw 4602
??+?? Tornado Lw 4504
AE09-010/35-25 SF-5B EdA
ZJ910/BV Typhoon F2 RAF
ZJ803/BA Typhoon T1 RAF
93-0688 F-16C THK
93-0695 F-16D THK (again might me other way around)
38+54 F-4F Lw
???? Gripen ML
then some bushes etc which probably kept on hiding the third Hungarian Grippen, despite I tried several angles :-(
???? Gripen ML
??? type? ??
MM55088/61-160 MB-339 AMI
MM55090/61-162 MB-339 AMI
15118 F-16A FAP
15139 F-16BM FAP
349/4-BM Mirage 2000N
??? type? ??
??? type? ??
AT10 Alpha Jet BLu
???? F-16 BLu FA131
??+?? Tornado Lw 4592
XV105 VC10 C1K RAF
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Post by Antheii »

Hi
geert wrote:The 'Hungarian' are Czech Gripens,
oops :oops:
geert wrote:Nr. 9240, 9244 and 9819 (twin seater)
Do you know which one was in the middle of this trio, as that was the one I missed.

But thx so far!
marcel32us wrote:In bold my additions:
And you too!

Hans
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Antheii wrote:Hi
geert wrote:The 'Hungarian' are Czech Gripens,
oops :oops:
geert wrote:Nr. 9240, 9244 and 9819 (twin seater)
Do you know which one was in the middle of this trio, as that was the one I missed.

Hans
The twin was in the middle.

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Preserved/stored aircraft on KB

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Quite some old aircraft were seen yesterday too, of wich the following list. Still searching for that one F-104G though. The Scramble database gives only one Starfighter that starts with FX4, but I have seen two??

Behind a building close to the parking:
FX41 F-104G
FX61 F-104G
FX4. F-104G

Close to the main platform:
FU-188 F-84F

Officers mess:
FX86 F-104G
FU-66 F-84F
FS-17 F-84E

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I haven't seen it mentioned here before, so that's why:

The Royal Jordanian Falcons were in the hanger next to the main platform. They were visible through the windows from the crowd line.

Also I could see one or two F-16's side, but I couldn't read any numbers, did anyone else??

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marcel32us wrote:I haven't seen it mentioned here before, so that's why:

The Royal Jordanian Falcons were in the hanger next to the main platform. They were visible through the windows from the crowd line.

Also I could see one or two F-16's side, but I couldn't read any numbers, did anyone else??

Marcel
this is what i have seen and read this day

A79 SA.318C
AT-10 Alpha jet
CE-03 ERJ.145LR
CM-02 Da.20E
FA-69 F-16AM
FA-82 F-16AM HANGAAR
FA-98 F-16AM
FA-99 F-16AM
FA-100 F-16AM
FA-101 F-16AM
FA-107/FS F-16AM
FA-111 F-16AM
FA-118 F-16AM
FA-123 F-16AM
FA-131 F-16AM
FA-132 F-16AM
FA-133/FS F-16AM
FA-134 F-16AM
F.-.. F-16.. HANGAAR
FB-01 F-16BM HANGAAR

FB-04 F-16BM SLEEP
FB-09 F-16BM
FB-10 F-16BM
FB-15 F-16BM
FB-18 F-16BM
FB-20 F-16BM
FB-24 F-16BM
FU-188/8S-N
H22 A.109HA
H26 A.109HA
H30 A.109HA
LB-06 L-21B Super Cub L.K
M-1 AL.3
MT-35 CM-170R
RS-02 Sea King MK48
ST-35 SF-260M
6048 L-159
6053 L-159
6054 L-159
9240 Gripen
9244 Gripen
9819 Gripen
38+54 F-4F
45+04 Tornado
45+28 Tornado
45+57 Tornado
45+91 Tornado
45+92 Tornado
46+02 Tornado
E-599 F-16AM
E-605 F-16AM
E-608 F-16AM
E-611 F-16AM
AE9-010/23-04 SF-5B
T.19B-07/35-25 CN-235
2 Rafale
3 Rafale
5 Rafale
9 Rafale
104/7-HH Rafale
318/7-HM Rafale
349/4-BM Mirage 2000N
329/4-BH Mirage 2000N
E23/314-UG Alpha jet
….. Mirage F1
….. Mirage F1
XV105 VC-10
ZA937 Puma HC1
ZA939 Puma HC1
ZJ803/BA Typhoon T1
ZJ910/BV Typhoon F2
113 F-16C
119 F-16C
01512 F-4E
01525 F-4E
155774 TA-7
160560 A-7
MM55088/61-160 MB-339
MM55090/61-162 MB-339
MM7239/81-0680 F-16A
MM7243/82-1014 F-16A
MM7245/82-1021 F-16A
MM7259/82-0984 F-16A
15118 F-16B
15139 F-16BM
93-0688 F-16C
93-0695 F-16D
N60LT/615 PC-7
Royal Falcons HANGAAR
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Add FB04 to your list. It was towed without canopy. (see a picture at the photo forum)
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Redskin wrote:Add FB04 to your list. It was towed without canopy. (see a picture at the photo forum)
thanks John do you have also the serial from the Al.3?
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Re: Preserved/stored aircraft on KB

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marcel32us wrote:FX41 F-104G
FX61 F-104G
FX4. F-104G
Was FX02 with tail of FX4. FX02 was visible on the fuselage under the cockpit
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The 15118 is an F-16B
And you can add FA-100 to the list. (got a photo of it)

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T.198-07/35-25 CN-235
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M-. AL.3
:
15118 F-16A
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ZJ803/BA Typhoon
ZJ910/BV Typhoon
T.198 should be T19B
The Alouette 3 was the M-1
15118 is a twinseat F-16, so a F-16B
ZJ803/BA is a Typhoon T1
ZJ910/BV is a Typhoon F2
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Stafhunter wrote:FU-168/8S-N
Was FU188

And the overshooting Mir 2000N was 329/4-BH
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Re: Preserved/stored aircraft on KB

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witje wrote:
marcel32us wrote: FX4. F-104G
Was FX02 with tail of FX4. FX02 was visible on the fuselage under the cockpit
i read it as FX47, this one is preserved at Beavechain with the tail of FX69

edit:
aha: the database says it all:
FX02 F-104G 9017 Kleine Brogel std jun01 dec04 tail from FX47

pfff Vloogtuigen...........
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There were 6 F16's in the hangar with the Royal Jordanian Falcons.
FA-78 was one of them. Thats the only one I could read from my pics that isn't allready mentioned above, sorry I don't usually look at the serials.
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Post by pascal »

Did someone noticed the serials from the 2 dutch cougars...


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