70 Ans EC3/3 Ardennes

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Gambler77
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70 Ans EC3/3 Ardennes

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Went to Nancy last Friday for the 70 Years celebration of EC3/3 Ardennes. The unit painted 648 133-XT in a very beautiful special livery.

Photos are heavily cropped, because even media was kept quite far away from the runway. I think they are still worth to share with the community here.

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Stratofreighter
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Re: 70 Ans EC3/3 Ardennes

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Whoops, that "Boar on the tail" looks like it is not to be trifled with! :o
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Re: 70 Ans EC3/3 Ardennes

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Spectacular! The French have outdone themselves with this scheme - wouldn't it be nice if all of the M2000D were repainted in this shade of glossy green?
Like the Danish '104's used to be
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