Kleine Brogel (EBBL) 2021 MIL

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Re: Kleine Brogel (EBBL) 2021 MIL

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Comebackkid wrote: 11 Sep 2021, 14:39
57HEAVY wrote: 11 Sep 2021, 14:20 Clearly....once gain kb took the Money...and hide the aircraft
Is it really necessary to be so negative? They organised a spottersday during these covid-times, while most events were cancelled. You can also thank keebee!
Not négative...réalité only...i didn t thanks kb this time
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With 5 AMI EF2000s (one visible for crowd) 5 French Rafales (none visible) and 4 Greece F-16s (one visible) it wasn't the best spotterday. Nevertheless I enjoyed some highlights (E-2, Austrian EF2000s to name a few). Even better was speaking to some familiair faces since 2 years.
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Thanks for the confirmation.
Be happy that once again it is possible to organize an event. Who knows what will happen when a new Covid variant is is discovered? And do not complain about the money you had to pay. It is little when you compare it to Formule 1. The people who went one day to Spa dit not see a race and had to pay much more. For the amount you paid you have two days of aviation fun and at the end you probably have seen all aircraft.
OK, we're getting off topic now, but Covid has nothing to do with not showing all aircraft, and neither have other events like Formula 1 or Premier League football for that matter. And some people have to work on Monday, like me. I am still happy with what I saw and photographed. But it could have been better, and standards at KeeBee have been very high in the past. And I still say, if you organise a spotters day (yes, also for the Tiger Meet), why hide half of the visitors? Including no less than 3 Rafales with a special tiger tail and an F-2000 with a Tiger tail...?! Thoise are the aircraft many photographers come for!
Hopefully next time things will improve again, hopefully the organisation learns from this. Either way, thanks KeeBee for organising! Apart from the above I think the day was perfectly organised.
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Re: Kleine Brogel (EBBL) 2021 MIL

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wamovements wrote: 11 Sep 2021, 21:37 With 5 AMI EF2000s (one visible for crowd) 5 French Rafales (none visible) and 4 Greece F-16s (one visible) it wasn't the best spotterday. Nevertheless I enjoyed some highlights (E-2, Austrian EF2000s to name a few). Even better was speaking to some familiair faces since 2 years.
I concur with wamovements his statement. Some very cool aircraft on display. However a bit of a shame such a large number of interesting jets were parked out of sight. We do not know the reason(s), could well be beyond the powers of the organization.
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The 2 s/c FN Rafales could be seen from outside from the small road to eastern runway, just left of the BAF Tiger F-16.
Tails from FB20 and FB23 could be read from inside base near the 1st Red Arrows. 1 FAF Rafale could be seen quite clear just right from a shelter, this one was read by someone as 133.

Also the RSV P180 left ca 4PM home

Wasn't the white F-Hxxx prop left from maintenance F-16 hangar a FAF SR.22 or so?
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Can anyone confirm the serials of the four BAC F-16s that flew Saturday afternoon?
And the F-16 parked near the OCU area, marked as LB-061, is this J-624 ??

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r.e.hendriks wrote: 12 Sep 2021, 01:22 Can anyone confirm the serials of the four BAC F-16s that flew Saturday afternoon?
And the F-16 parked near the OCU area, marked as LB-061, is this J-624 ??

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I think this were FA-89,FA-107,FA-119,FA-123
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r.e.hendriks wrote: 12 Sep 2021, 01:22 Can anyone confirm the serials of the four BAC F-16s that flew Saturday afternoon?
And the F-16 parked near the OCU area, marked as LB-061, is this J-624 ??

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Former Dutch J-624 indeed!
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Datablock was read off as 80-3624 by me.

Not seen mentioned here yet, in the maintenance hangar were FA82, FA94, FA104, FA106 and FA116 plus EA.330 05.

Nothing known yet about support aircraft for Monday?
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For today
xxxx-0935 HAF C130 751
1150-1205 SUI PC24 T786
xxxx-1435 FNY E2 FXGEA
1710-1805 CEF C295 0481

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flown in: Things with wings
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michel N wrote: 12 Sep 2021, 09:30 For today
xxxx-0935 HAF C130 751
1150-1205 SUI PC24 T786
xxxx-1435 FNY E2 FXGEA
1710-1805 CEF C295 0481

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And tiger tail flight.... :respect: organisatie
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patrick dirksen wrote: 12 Sep 2021, 09:22 Datablock was read off as 80-3624 by me.

Not seen mentioned here yet, in the maintenance hangar were FA82, FA94, FA104, FA106 and FA116 plus EA.330 05.

Nothing known yet about support aircraft for Monday?


According to the database FA82 is in long term storage.
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Thanks for some confirmations guys.

Here is my log of Saturday 11 Sept. 2021 (08:45-16:30)

Static Display at OCU area:
MM7350/RS-22 F-2000A 311°Gr / RSV Italian AF flying
MM62161 P.180AM 311°Gr / RSV Italian AF dep.
MM55217/61-13 T-346A 212°Gr / 61°St Italian AF flying
J-624 F-16AM nn RNLAF Marked as “LB-061” i/a
J-3081 F-5E Patrouille Suisse Swiss AF flying
J-3082 F-5E Patrouille Suisse Swiss AF
J-3083 F-5E Patrouille Suisse Swiss AF flying
J-3084 F-5E Patrouille Suisse Swiss AF flying
J-3088 F-5E Patrouille Suisse Swiss AF flying
J-3090 F-5E Patrouille Suisse Swiss AF flying
J-3091 F-5E Patrouille Suisse Swiss AF flying

Static Display at Parallel Taxiway:
7L-WG EF2000 Überwachungsgeschw. Austrian AF
7L-WK EF2000 Überwachungsgeschw. Austrian AF
CH-01 C-130H 20 Sm / 15 W BAC Anniv. mks.
FA-101 F-16AM 2 W BAC Demo c/s
FA-110 F-16AM nm BAC
ST-02 SF.260M+ 5 Sm / CC-Air BAC Anniv. mks. flying
ST-16 SF.260M+ 5 Sm / CC-Air BAC Anniv. mks.
ST-22 SF.260M+ 5 Sm / CC-Air BAC Anniv. mks. flying
ST-23 SF.260M+ 5 Sm / CC-Air BAC flying
ST-35 SF.260M+ 5 Sm / CC-Air BAC Anniv. mks. flying
9240 JAS-39C 211 tl / 21 zTL Czech AF flying
1 E-2C 4 F FN flying
30+74 EF2000 TaktLwG 74 GAF
31+01 EF2000 TaktLwG 74 GAF Tiger c/s
45+13 Tornado IDS T TaktLwG 51 GAF Tiger mks.
46+05 Tornado IDS T TaktLwG 51 GAF Tiger mks.
513 F-16C 343 Mira / 115 PM Hellenic AF flying
33 JAS-39C 1 VS / MH 59.Sz.D.R. Hungarian AF flying
36 JAS-39C 1 VS / MH 59.Sz.D.R. Hungarian AF
D-665 CH-47D 298 Sqn RNLAF dep.
4055 F-16C 3/6 ELT / 31 BLT Polish AF
4056 F-16C 3/6 ELT / 31 BLT Polish AF Tiger mks. flying
15104 F-16AM Esq 201/301 PAF
15105 F-16AM Esq 201/301 PAF Tiger mks.
XX177 Hawk T.1 Red Arrows RAF dep.
XX232 Hawk T.1 Red Arrows RAF dep.
XX242 Hawk T.1 Red Arrows RAF dep.
XX245 Hawk T.1 Red Arrows RAF dep.
XX278 Hawk T.1A Red Arrows RAF dep.
XX310 Hawk T.1W Red Arrows RAF dep.
XX311 Hawk T.1 Red Arrows RAF dep.
XX319 Hawk T.1A Red Arrows RAF dep.
XX322 Hawk T.1A Red Arrows RAF dep.
XX325 Hawk T.1 Red Arrows RAF dep.
OO-JOY AT-6D nn Civil B ex 44-81506 USAAF flying
OO-ISS Fury FB.10 nn Civil B ex 249 Iraqi AF flying
G-KAXF Hunter F.6A DHHF / as “N-294” Civil UK ex XF515 RAF flying
G-ONAA OV-10B nn Civil UK ex 99+18 GAF flying

Parked / Flying from Dispersals West of Parallel Taxiway:
9926 Mi-171Sh 222 vrlt / 22 zL Czech AF flying
3369 Mi-35 221 vrlt / 22 zL Czech AF Tiger c/s flying
ZZ376 Wildcat HMA.2 825 NAS RN dep.

Parked / Flying from various locations North Side:
H-46 A-109BA 17 Sqn MRH / 1 W BAC Demo c/s dep.
FA-89 F-16AM nm BAC flying
FA-107 F-16AM nm BAC flying
FA-119 F-16AM nm BAC flying
FA-123 F-16AM nm BAC flying
T-409 T-17 FLSK RDAF Spec. c/s flying
T-413 T-17 FLSK RDAF Spec. c/s flying
T-415 T-17 FLSK RDAF Retro c/s flying
T-423 T-17 FLSK RDAF Spec. c/s flying
T-428 T-17 FLSK RDAF Spec. c/s flying
HN-418 F/A-18C HävLLv 11 Finnish AF
HN-453 F/A-18C HävLLv 11 Finnish AF flying
751 C-130H 356 MTM / 112 PM Hellenic AF
CSX62219/RS-50 C-27J 311°Gr / RSV Italian AF flying

Parked inside OCU Hangar:
FA-82 F-16AM nm BAC
FA-94 F-16AM nm BAC
FA-104 F-16AM nm BAC
FA-106 F-16AM nm BAC
FA-116 F-16AM nm BAC
05/F-TGCJ EA.330SC EVAA / EPAA 20.300 FAF flying

Flying only:
PH-FVE Spitfire LF.XVIE nn Civil NL ex TB885/3W-V RAF
PH-XXV TB-25N KLu Historische Vlucht Civil NL ex 44-29507 USAAF / “232511”

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Best regards, Rob
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Re: Kleine Brogel (EBBL) 2021 MIL

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Great list Rob! Typo FA-1116 in maintenance hangar and the BAC F-16 on the static was FA-110, not FA-116.

Chinook D-665 and W3 0714 Chech AF arrived on the dispersals West of Parallel Taxiway from Sanicole around 18:00.
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