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- Scramble Addict
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During our delivery flight from Seattle to Amsterdam on Boeing 787 PH-TFK, we were joined by two F-16's from Leeuwarden Airbase on a QRA training mission. Awesome!
- Scramble Die-Hard
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tomcat604 wrote:And they sent one from each squadron - just for the photo!!!
Also two different external fueltank configurations.
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- Scramble Junior
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QRA is done by both Leeuwarden Sqns so that's why 322 and 323 Sqn Vipers. Not special for the photo.
- Scramble Junior
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It was meant as a humorous comment - I did not mean to imply that the 2 Squadrons were sent up specifically for this shoot.wweasel wrote:QRA is done by both Leeuwarden Sqns so that's why 322 and 323 Sqn Vipers. Not special for the photo.