ETSB - Büchel 05.08.13 (mil - of course)

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ETSB - Büchel 05.08.13 (mil - of course)

Post by Neighbour »

A small set from a sunny day in Büchel...

43+01
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The "tanker"
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Strobe...
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c u
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Re: ETSB - Büchel 05.08.13 (mil - of course)

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Nice shots of the new flagship from JBG33. Guess you'd had a good day. At what time 43+01 was airborne?!
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Re: ETSB - Büchel 05.08.13 (mil - of course)

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Wow, great colors and very blue-tiful sky. Great shots, guys!

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Post by Neighbour »

Thx Tigerspoon;

The exif on my camera: 09:56h - my wife: 10:03h :-)????!!!!!confused

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Re: ETSB - Büchel 05.08.13 (mil - of course)

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Very nice shot! Glad to see they are still flying at Büchel!

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Post by Alpha Kilo One »

Love your shots!

What about the (only one) burner in the last picture?
Sheer coincidence? Or training/malfunction?

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Re: ETSB - Büchel 05.08.13 (mil - of course)

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Training, single engine approach ;-)
Very cool pictures!
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Post by Poljot1 »

Cool pics love the German Tornado's :)
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Re: ETSB - Büchel 05.08.13 (mil - of course)

Post by Stephan Lodewijks »

Pillow wrote:Training, single engine approach ;-)
Very cool pictures!
That is not a "single engine approach". Tornado's often use a single afterburner during their go-around.

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Very nice pics and what a beautiful special c/s on that Tornado!

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Post by Neighbour »

THX for the nice comments...

43+01 friendly backseater/WSO

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The regs. from the morning flight: 43+01, 44+23, 44+29, 44+58, 45+20, 45+88

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Re: ETSB - Büchel 05.08.13 (mil - of course)

Post by Gryni »

Nice shots, i fell in love in Tornado.
Currently i'm in Sassnitz at Rugen island. On monday and tuesday i saw one Tornado, but today i saw three, and couple of times i just heard them somwhere close but could not see because of clouds. I have one very poor quality picture, and i'm pretty sure that they were from Jagdbombergeschwader 33 because of the badge on the tail.
Is it possible that they are flying so far away from base or maybe they using some base closer to Rugen? They have some route here?
I'm in Sassnitz since february every two weeks for two weeks, and i've never seen so big activity like in july and august.

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Re: ETSB - Büchel 05.08.13 (mil - of course)

Post by herbie »

Why do you think Rügen is far away? It's not out of the normal !
On the other hand you might see them flying along the Bavarian Alps.
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Re: ETSB - Büchel 05.08.13 (mil - of course)

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herbie wrote:Why do you think Rügen is far away? It's not out of the normal !
On the other hand you might see them flying along the Bavarian Alps.
I don't have an idea where usually they are flying. I don't know if they have any TSA, TRA or MRT like in my country, that's why i asked this question.
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