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Not sure whether the Scaled Composites ARES "Mudfighter" / https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scaled_Composites_ARESNo idea if this is something for my DB... USAF serial 09-0001 ?
We woke up in very early in the morning and found height for some stored and preserved aircraft. The units where not flying yet, just an Embraer in take off, but spotting is easily possible, I did not now that.raameagle wrote:What did you see at China Lake please?
The bird is called Embraer... Thought you'd been to Brasil!stipjes wrote:Thanks Strato, I might put it in my DB....We woke up in very early in the morning and found hight for some stored and preserved aircraft. The units where not flying yet, just an Embrair in take of, but spotting is easily possible, I did not now that.raameagle wrote:What did you see at China Lake please?
Mmmmm, Thanks Pilotman. I never saw it there. It would not enter my DB as civil NTPS but since it is ex mil it will . And for CJ, it must be my new lenspilotman6012 wrote:N882TP is used at Mojave by the National Test Pilot School,the only Civilian Test pilot school in the US,,they either have them on hand or on lease for exactly what it says Pilot Training for Test Pilots
Thanks, before we left for our transit to Fallon we visited Tucson and Luke. At Tucson we hoped to see the Iraqi but in the first 90 minutes only the other locals flew. Luckely we photographed the Iraqi already in 2015 so we left to Luke soon after.Jovel wrote:Those AK's are great. Nice report.
3 of the others are 86-0263, 86-0286, and 86-0301. 84-1244 is a Nellis aggressor, not an AK.I did not expect too much from Nellis. The RF 16-2 was finished and I thought all participating planes where gone. TvB really wanted to visit and I was happy we did. The locals flew, a C-17 arrived and 10 AK F-16's where present! My first ones . It seems that every morning and afternoon about 8 fly. We caught seven during out 1 hour stay (84-244,86-268,86-320,86-295,86-314 "354FW",86-335 "354OG",86-305 (anyone for the other serials).