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 Post subject: REQ 1993 Schaarsbergen/Deelen
PostPosted: 10 Jan 2010, 22:40 
Scramble Junior
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Joined: 22 Oct 2002, 10:20
Posts: 195
Hi guys,

On 18th sept 1993 I visited Deelen to view the Market Garden flights with many other spotters...I logged the following:

F-104G D-8049 ?
F-104G D-8256 Preserved Gateguard
F-104G D-8281 GIA Schaarsbergen kazerne
NF-5A K-3046 Preserved?
Hunter F4 N-150 Dumped fire dump Schaarsbergen
F-84F P-277 Dumped fire dump Schaarsbergen

Flying on the airfield:
Hercules XV179 LTW
Hercules XV187 LTW
Hercules C3P XV290 LTW
Hercules XV301 LTW
Hercules C3P XV303 LTW
C-130E 70-1264 435th AW

There seem to be some misreads in my preserved and GIA stuff....
D-8049 went to turkey, true?? as this was the case, which F-104 did I see???
K-3046 also went to Turkey, which NF-5 did I see??

I found a log from a "show" a week earlier...but no mentioning of a NF-5 or something like the serial of the 104..the other two zippers seem to fit nicely...

who can help me out here, as I wasn't on base, the logged birds must have been noted by more souls... ;-)

Hope to hear from you!!!

gr Alex vd Goot
On Dutch Wings
http://www.ondutchwings.nl/masr (MASR serial book, 2009 reduced prices!!!)


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 Post subject: Re: REQ 1993 Schaarsbergen/Deelen
PostPosted: 11 Jan 2010, 19:52 
Scramble Die-Hard
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Joined: 09 Sep 2002, 08:19
Posts: 827
Hi Alex,

I was not there that day, but only the 11th, the "openday of the LETS Schaarsbergen".
indeed no matching 104s at the LETS, maybe you saw D-8098 that was for years stored in the middle off Deelen AB?
There was no NF-5 at the LETS at 11-9-93, so can't help you on that one....

grtz,
Erik Kamphuis


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 Post subject: Re: REQ 1993 Schaarsbergen/Deelen
PostPosted: 12 Jan 2010, 10:44 
Scramble Junior
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Joined: 04 Sep 2003, 22:06
Posts: 178
Location: The Netherlands
Type of spotter: Photography, Numbers
[quote="alexgoot"]Hi guys,

On 18th sept 1993 I visited Deelen to view the Market Garden flights with many other spotters...I logged the following:

F-104G D-8049 ?
F-104G D-8256 Preserved Gateguard
F-104G D-8281 GIA Schaarsbergen kazerne
NF-5A K-3046 Preserved?
Hunter F4 N-150 Dumped fire dump Schaarsbergen
F-84F P-277 Dumped fire dump Schaarsbergen

Alex vd Goot

Hello Alex

When i was stationed at The LETS for the F-16 Mechanic Course i spotted.

19-2-1988 Schaarsbergen
A-274 Alouette III LETS Instructial airframe
D-8318 F-104G LETS Instructial airframe
D-8256 F-104G LETS Gate Guard
D-8098 F-104G LETS Instructial airframe
D-8061 F-104G LETS Instructial airframe
D-8244 F-104G LETS Instructial airframe
K-3003 NF-5A LETS Instructial airframe

N-150 Hunter F.4 LETS Fireschool
D-8133 F-104G LETS Fireschool
P-152 F-84F LETS Fireschool

Greetings

Peter van Kaathoven

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Peter van Kaathoven
Dutch Wrecks and Relics


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 Post subject: Re: REQ 1993 Schaarsbergen/Deelen
PostPosted: 15 Dec 2016, 23:32 

Joined: 29 Apr 2013, 20:55
Posts: 17
On 07/03/1995 when I was in the Dutch military and based at Schaarsbergen I made some pictures at the LETS facility.
You can find those pictures here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/erwinalexander/albums/72157661372851070/page2

Now this one regarding the Alouette III serial A-274 is very interesting. Direct link to the picture >https://www.flickr.com/photos/erwinalexander/31631470116/in/album-72157661372851070/

It has clearly the tailboom of the A-350 which is preserved at Aeroseum Gotenborg, Sweden

So, what is the real identity of what helicopter in Sweden and/or Schaarsbergen?


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 Post subject: Re: REQ 1993 Schaarsbergen/Deelen
PostPosted: 08 Jan 2017, 20:11 
Scramble Newbie
Scramble Newbie

Joined: 25 Apr 2007, 20:51
Posts: 34
Beste Erwin,
De Alouette op jouw foto is zeker de A-274. De heli verongelukte al in 1967, maar de restanten zijn lange tijd op de LETS in gebruik gebleven voor instructiedoeleinden.
Ik zag het toestel daar meerdere malen en het constructienummer was nog op de neus afleesbaar. De staartboom van de A-350 is er pas later op bevestigd.
Zie ook het standaardwerk van Coen van den Heuvel over de A-274. Ik bedoel het boekje┬┤Koninklijke Luchtmacht, Vliegtuig- en registratieoverzicht 1945-2005┬┤.
Groet van
Gerben Tornij


SirGunHo wrote:
On 07/03/1995 when I was in the Dutch military and based at Schaarsbergen I made some pictures at the LETS facility.
You can find those pictures here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/erwinalexander/albums/72157661372851070/page2

Now this one regarding the Alouette III serial A-274 is very interesting. Direct link to the picture >https://www.flickr.com/photos/erwinalexander/31631470116/in/album-72157661372851070/

It has clearly the tailboom of the A-350 which is preserved at Aeroseum Gotenborg, Sweden

So, what is the real identity of what helicopter in Sweden and/or Schaarsbergen?


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