ETAR 27-04-2015

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ETAR 27-04-2015

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We spotted the following aircraft on the ramp today:

C-130J:

88-604
78-608
68-610
68-612
78614

We also spotted a C-130 near the tower, What I can see on the picture I have is a tail code which seems to be: BH-807... anyone??
We thought it is a Marine Corps plane, We think C-130J.

Also in the hangar I spotted a C-130, but not readable and on the ramp there was one parked near the hedge, not readable..

C17:
21106 McChord (Tailband)
10189 Memphis
66168 Dover
77182 Charleston

C5M:
50002 Dover

And taking off:

C40, serial 20042 if I am correct..


I am not very good with codes, so all codes I posted, is what I read on the tails.
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Re: ETAR 27-04-2015

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168071-BH-071 KC130J USMC
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Re: ETAR 27-04-2015

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forzafil wrote:168071-BH-071 KC130J USMC

Thx!!
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Re: ETAR 27-04-2015

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okerkhof wrote:We spotted the following aircraft on the ramp today:

C-130J:

88-604
78-608
68-610
68-612


No you didn't :')

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Re: ETAR 27-04-2015

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We spotted the following aircraft on the ramp today:

C-130J:

88-604
78-608
68-610
68-612
78614

I guess you mean:
08-8604/RS
07-8608/RS
06-8610/RS
06-8612/RS
07-8614/RS
All are 37th AS aircraft

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Re: ETAR 27-04-2015

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Rabbit wrote:
okerkhof wrote:We spotted the following aircraft on the ramp today:

C-130J:

88-604
78-608
68-610
68-612


No you didn't :')

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I know the codes are different now, that is why I posted at the bottom of my first post, that all codes published here, are read from the tails of the planes... :D :D

I am still learning, thx for helping!
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Re: ETAR 27-04-2015

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Robert wrote:We spotted the following aircraft on the ramp today:

C-130J:

88-604
78-608
68-610
68-612
78614

I guess you mean:
08-8604/RS
07-8608/RS
06-8610/RS
06-8612/RS
07-8614/RS
All are 37th AS aircraft

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Indeed, thx!!
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Re: ETAR 27-04-2015

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okerkhof wrote:
Rabbit wrote:
okerkhof wrote:We spotted the following aircraft on the ramp today:

C-130J:

88-604
78-608
68-610
68-612


No you didn't :')

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I know the codes are different now, that is why I posted at the bottom of my first post, that all codes published here, are read from the tails of the planes... :D :D

I am still learning, thx for helping!

That's cool. Everybody had to learn! You just started? :)
Cheers,

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Re: ETAR 27-04-2015

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Ramstein, 27-04-2015

USA 168069 069 KC-130J VMGR-252 (USMC)
USA 168071 BH-071 KC-130J VMGR-252 (USMC)
USA 57-1441 KC-135R 185 ARW 174 ARS (IA ANG)
USA 57-1514 KC-135R 128 ARW 126 ARS (WI ANG)
USA 58-0038 KC-135R no mks (AFRC)
USA 59-1508 KC-135R 22 ARW
USA 84-0083 C-21A 86 AW 76 AS
USA 84-0085 C-21A 86 AW 76 AS
USA 85-0002 C-5M 436 AW 9 AS
USA 96-1003 C-130H 133 AW 109 AS (MS ANG)
USA 02-0042 C-40B 86 AW 76 AS
USA 04-4131 C-17A 305 AMW 6 AS
USA 06-6164 C-17A 60 AMW 21 AS
USA 07-7172 C-17A 60 AMW 21 AS
USA 07-7180 C-17A 437 AW
USA 07-8609 RS C-130J-30 86 AW 37 AS
USA 07-8613 RS C-130J-30 86 AW 37 AS
USA 08-8607 RS C-130J-30 86 AW 37 AS
USA 10-0219 C-17A 62 AW
USA 11-5748 C-130J-30 19 AW 61 AS
USA 11-5752 C-130J-30 19 AW 61 AS


*The Marines Herc arrived at the 26th in the evening. Probably with parts for the 069.
*C-17 04-4131 also arrived the 26th after 18:30, when we left Ramstein.
*The six locals mentioned in the list above are the ones that flew. It was raining cats and dogs, so i/we didn't bother to left the car for reading off RS-Hercs ;)


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Jeroen Hensbergen
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Cheers,

Jeroen
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Re: ETAR 27-04-2015

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That's cool. Everybody had to learn! You just started?


With numbers, yes, spotting and pictures I have done since 1993...
I am trying to get used to the US Air Force way of numbering their aircraft...
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