Wittmundhafen (ETNT) - 2009 MIL

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Re: Wittmundhafen (ETNT) - 2009 MIL

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Log 26-08-09, 10'45 tot 17'48
(First mission already returned)


Flying:
46+08 t/g
45+13 t/g

37+84 2 missions
38+43 1 mission, Towed from QRA shelter
38+63 1 mission
38+46 2 missions
38+44 1 mission
37+01 2 missions
38+74 1 mission
38+53 1 mission
37+85 2 missions
37+22 2 missions
38+26 Towed to QRA shelters, mission
37+93 arrival
38+33 arrival
38+73 Towed
38+02 Towed

Skyhawks:
N437FS 2 missions
N432FS 2 missions
N262WL 1 mission
N434FS Towed
inside hangar: The grey one: 268




Hornets:
J 5017 2 missions
J-5004 2 missions
J-5014 2 missions
J-5005 2 missions
J-5026 2 missions
J-5010 1 mission (from shelter)
J-5238 1 mission (from shelter)
J-5232 rest on platform
Support:
T-729 visit

At de nord flying noticed: 1 Transall

D-EBSC arrived at the end of the day, the tower was very surprised he would land on wittmund.
D-EFXC CTR crosser

Someone for the 8 visible parked phantoms, 3 parallel to the runway, 2 with nose to the runway and 3 with back to the runway?

A question about a frequency
I have 138.550 as a radar frequentie, but if I am correct, it was used by the Swiss as a Ops/ground frequency. I'm not sure, it was in French.
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Re: Wittmundhafen (ETNT) - 2009 MIL

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Log XX 27th August 14:00 - 19:00LT

It looked like i was the only one who didnt know the Swiss had left already... After dealing with this dissapointment the f4's made up for it. (as they always do!)

A4N:
Only flying N437FS (one mission), They tried with the N431FS but after 10 minutes warming up the mission was aborted and the pilot got out again.
Parked outside: N262WL, N434FS, N431FS. In Hanger N432FS. Grey one not visible.

Visitor: UH-1H(?) not readable from my position.
Depature:something that looked like a plane: D-EBSC.. if it cant retract its wheels, well what can i say :?

F4F:
QRA depatured twice (last time 18:00) 38+37 (brand new paintjob) and 38+26
Others:
38+74 doing some touch and go's
37+22, 37+26, 38+63 and 37+81.

All in all not a bad afternoon, nice to see that ther are airforces that can keep planes where they belong.. in the air!

Greets Richard
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Re: Wittmundhafen (ETNT) - 2009 MIL

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They tried with the N431FS but after 10 minutes warming up the mission was aborted and the pilot got out again
Isn't this SOP to make sure if there is a an abort on plane 1, #2 can immediately take off and the contractual agreements are met on time? Probably part of their SLA.

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Re: Wittmundhafen (ETNT) - 2009 MIL

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zeeuwric wrote:Log 26th August 14:00 - 19:00LT
you mean 27th august I suppose?
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Re: Wittmundhafen (ETNT) - 2009 MIL

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:oops: correct 27th of August.. adjusted my message
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Re: Wittmundhafen (ETNT) - 2009 MIL

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Isn't this SOP to make sure if there is a an abort on plane 1, #2 can immediately take off and the contractual agreements are met on time? Probably part of their SLA
N431FS Aborted and they pushed it back into the hanger. An hour later the N437FS took off.
Depending on the stability of your service you can have a backup plane and pilot ready at all time. Preflight aborts happen all the time. i think its only SOP in case of QRA or War... en even then... and according to the above there is no SLA with a fine penalty in effect...
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Re: Wittmundhafen (ETNT) - 2009 MIL

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01/10

TUAF824 C-160D Turkish AF. ETA 13:55LT, ETD 14:10LT
TUAF826 C-160D (69-032) Turkish AF. ETA 14:15LT, ETD ???
TUAF825 C-160D Turkish AF. ETA 14:20LT, ETD ???
TURAF45 F-16 Turkish AF. ETA 14:50LT, ETD ???
TURAF47 F-4 (77-0284) Turkish AF. ETA 14:55LT, ETD ???
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Re: Wittmundhafen (ETNT) - 2009 MIL

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Otto wrote:01/10

TUAF824 C-160D Turkish AF. ETA 13:55LT, ETD 14:10LT
TUAF826 C-160D (69-032) Turkish AF. ETA 14:15LT, ETD ???
TUAF825 C-160D Turkish AF. ETA 14:20LT, ETD ???
TURAF45 F-16 Turkish AF. ETA 14:50LT, ETD ???
TURAF47 F-4 (77-0284) Turkish AF. ETA 14:55LT, ETD ???
What's the reason for all this Turkish Activity, will this be a deployment and if so, how many planes, how long etc. ??
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Re: Wittmundhafen (ETNT) - 2009 MIL

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Polleke_NL wrote:
Otto wrote:01/10

TUAF824 C-160D Turkish AF. ETA 13:55LT, ETD 14:10LT
TUAF826 C-160D (69-032) Turkish AF. ETA 14:15LT, ETD ???
TUAF825 C-160D Turkish AF. ETA 14:20LT, ETD ???
TURAF45 F-16 Turkish AF. ETA 14:50LT, ETD ???
TURAF47 F-4 (77-0284) Turkish AF. ETA 14:55LT, ETD ???
What's the reason for all this Turkish Activity, will this be a deployment and if so, how many planes, how long etc. ??
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Re: Wittmundhafen (ETNT) - 2009 MIL

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Otto wrote:01/10

TUAF824 C-160D Turkish AF. ETA 13:55LT, ETD 14:10LT
TUAF826 C-160D (69-032) Turkish AF. ETA 14:15LT, ETD ???
TUAF825 C-160D Turkish AF. ETA 14:20LT, ETD ???
TURAF45 F-16 Turkish AF. ETA 14:50LT, ETD ???
TURAF47 F-4 (77-0284) Turkish AF. ETA 14:55LT, ETD ???
TURAF45 F16x2
TURAF47 F4x2

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Re: Wittmundhafen (ETNT) - 2009 MIL

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Today at Wittmund Turkish invasion; 2 x F-4E, 2 x F-16D ,3 x C-160 for EMBOW XXII.
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Re: Wittmundhafen (ETNT) - 2009 MIL

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Notams for Wittmund,

Somebody any idea or they operate only in the morning :?:

Data Current as of: Sun, 04 Oct 2009 12:28:00 GMT
ETNT WITTMUNDHAFEN

P5861/09 - AD ETNT: PAR NOT AVAILABLE DUE TO LACK OF ATC PERSONNEL. MON-THU DAILY 1200-0600, FRI AFTER 1000, 05 OCT 12:00 2009 UNTIL 12 OCT 06:00 2009. CREATED: 01 OCT 13:35 2009

P5860/09 - AD ETNT: NO ALTN FUNCTION DUE TO LACK OF ATC PERSONNEL. MON-THU 2000-0600, FRI AFTER 1200, 05 OCT 20:00 2009 UNTIL 12 OCT 06:00 2009. CREATED: 01 OCT 13:34 2009

P5833/09 - AD ETNT. DELAYS DURING IFR-APPROACHES HAVE TO BE EXPECTED DUE TO LTD ATC CAPACITY. 30 SEP 14:36 2009 UNTIL 27 NOV 21:59 2009 ESTIMATED. CREATED: 30 SEP 14:39 2009

P5832/09 - AD ETNT. RADAR FREQ. 248.050MHZ, 344.000MHZ, 385.400MHZ, 123.300MHZ AND 258.700MHZ NOT AVAILABLE. 30 SEP 14:30 2009 UNTIL 27 NOV 21:59 2009 ESTIMATED. CREATED: 30 SEP 14:36 2009

P5757/09 - AD ETNT. NO ALTN FUNCTION DUE TO LACK OF ATC PERSONNEL. MON-THU DAILY 2000-0600, FRI AFTER 1200, 28 SEP 20:00 2009 UNTIL 05 OCT 06:00 2009. CREATED: 28 SEP 07:39 2009

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Week 43 at Geilenkirchen and Wittmund

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Hello,

I'm planning to do some spotting at Geilenkirchen and/or Wittmund in week 43

Does anybody know what the best day is to do this and does anybody know of there will be some frequent flying in this period.

I also would like to know if there are some special visitors exp. in week 43.

Thanks,

Nielis

Ps. how are the regulations according the use of airband scanners
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Re: Wittmundhafen (ETNT) - 2009 MIL

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JUst forget about these NOTAMS, almost the same all year long.
As far as i know the F4's fly 3 waves a day and the Embow participants can fly at any time, but probably no more then twice a day.
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