Log Tag der Bundeswehr Fassberg 8-6-2024

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Re: Log Tag der Bundeswehr Fassberg 8-6-2024

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78+04 has also been an inmate at the training school for years, I presume the same goes for that one.
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Re: Log Tag der Bundeswehr Fassberg 8-6-2024

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K2G wrote: 10 Jun 2024, 21:59
patrick dirksen wrote: 09 Jun 2024, 12:43
Canberra TT.18 wrote: 09 Jun 2024, 11:04

Aircraft had werknummer 4041 on the tail, so that fits.
The seeial could also be read under the paint with some difficulty. 43+41 confirmed.

And on the cn plate as GS019
Nice. Where is this plate located?
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Re: Log Tag der Bundeswehr Fassberg 8-6-2024

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patrick dirksen wrote: 11 Jun 2024, 13:07
K2G wrote: 10 Jun 2024, 21:59
patrick dirksen wrote: 09 Jun 2024, 12:43

The seeial could also be read under the paint with some difficulty. 43+41 confirmed.

And on the cn plate as GS019
Nice. Where is this plate located?
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Re: Log Tag der Bundeswehr Fassberg 8-6-2024

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K2G wrote: 10 Jun 2024, 21:47 Also noted:

7602 Al2 preserved
7285 UH-1D preserved near main gate
JA-224 Sabre Mk.5 preserved

Hangar 5
Bo-105 with German Flag on tail
Do27 dismantled

Hangar 6?
8468. CH-53G
(84)94
Both read on nowewheel door

Hangar 7 (5x Tiger)
7407 SAG Tiger
7414 SAG Tiger
7444 Tiger
+1
+1 without tail section
The hangar with the 2x CH-53 was hangar 5.
The hangar with the Bo105 and Do27 was hangar 6.

Hangar 7:
in left part (seen from the ramp) was 74+(1)2
in the right part:
74+07, 74+14, 74+44
1x French Tigre prototype (F-ZVLJ)
1x French Tigre prototype without tail (F-ZWWY)
1x French Tigre (damaged in Afghanistan acc to crew)
All the French did not wear any registrations. Both F-regies confirmed by logos from photos on Eurodemobbed.

Hangar 9 had 2x NH90 in the far right, and 1x NH90 in the far left part.

Noted from a distance near the flying area was a dumped Tiger and another fuselage (CH-53/UH-1?)
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Re: Log Tag der Bundeswehr Fassberg 8-6-2024

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Did someone check the ID plate of H145M 77+01 for the civil type designation? I am curious whether it is MBB-BK 117 D-2 or D-2m…
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Re: Log Tag der Bundeswehr Fassberg 8-6-2024

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Marijn wrote: 11 Jun 2024, 20:25
K2G wrote: 10 Jun 2024, 21:47 Also noted:

7602 Al2 preserved
7285 UH-1D preserved near main gate
JA-224 Sabre Mk.5 preserved

Hangar 5
Bo-105 with German Flag on tail
Do27 dismantled

Hangar 6?
8468. CH-53G
(84)94
Both read on nowewheel door

Hangar 7 (5x Tiger)
7407 SAG Tiger
7414 SAG Tiger
7444 Tiger
+1
+1 without tail section
The hangar with the 2x CH-53 was hangar 5.
The hangar with the Bo105 and Do27 was hangar 6.

Hangar 7:
in left part (seen from the ramp) was 74+(1)2
in the right part:
74+07, 74+14, 74+44
1x French Tigre prototype (F-ZVLJ)
1x French Tigre prototype without tail (F-ZWWY)
1x French Tigre (damaged in Afghanistan acc to crew)
All the French did not wear any registrations. Both F-regies confirmed by logos from photos on Eurodemobbed.

Hangar 9 had 2x NH90 in the far right, and 1x NH90 in the far left part.

Noted from a distance near the flying area was a dumped Tiger and another fuselage (CH-53/UH-1?)

Hi Marijn, thank you very much!

Do you know if Tiger 7412 had also SAG markings.

So there were 3 ?? French Tigers in this hangar and one in the static. The one at the static (2032 according crew) was also damaged in Afghanistan. Or do we talk about the same aircraft ?
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Re: Log Tag der Bundeswehr Fassberg 8-6-2024

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K2G wrote: 11 Jun 2024, 21:35
Marijn wrote: 11 Jun 2024, 20:25
K2G wrote: 10 Jun 2024, 21:47 Also noted:

7602 Al2 preserved
7285 UH-1D preserved near main gate
JA-224 Sabre Mk.5 preserved

Hangar 5
Bo-105 with German Flag on tail
Do27 dismantled

Hangar 6?
8468. CH-53G
(84)94
Both read on nowewheel door

Hangar 7 (5x Tiger)
7407 SAG Tiger
7414 SAG Tiger
7444 Tiger
+1
+1 without tail section
The hangar with the 2x CH-53 was hangar 5.
The hangar with the Bo105 and Do27 was hangar 6.

Hangar 7:
in left part (seen from the ramp) was 74+(1)2
in the right part:
74+07, 74+14, 74+44
1x French Tigre prototype (F-ZVLJ)
1x French Tigre prototype without tail (F-ZWWY)
1x French Tigre (damaged in Afghanistan acc to crew)
All the French did not wear any registrations. Both F-regies confirmed by logos from photos on Eurodemobbed.

Hangar 9 had 2x NH90 in the far right, and 1x NH90 in the far left part.

Noted from a distance near the flying area was a dumped Tiger and another fuselage (CH-53/UH-1?)

Hi Marijn, thank you very much!

Do you know if Tiger 7412 had also SAG markings.

So there were 3 ?? French Tigers in this hangar and one in the static. The one at the static (2032 according crew) was also damaged in Afghanistan. Or do we talk about the same aircraft ?
As far as I could see no SAG mks on the 74+12 (so not 100% confimed). The weapon racks obstructed the view on part of the fuselage.

Skip the 3rd French. The other 2 were prototypes as mentioned with Eurocopter mks; one without tail and the other with a yellow 'world' logo on the fuselage.
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Re: Log Tag der Bundeswehr Fassberg 8-6-2024

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84+33 a CH-53 in Halle 12, was this still active or an i/a?
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Re: Log Tag der Bundeswehr Fassberg 8-6-2024

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I've seen two reg's for one aircraft (NH90) on the flightline/flying

78+25 or 79+25
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GIPS wrote: 12 Jun 2024, 22:10 84+33 a CH-53 in Halle 12, was this still active or an i/a?
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Re: Log Tag der Bundeswehr Fassberg 8-6-2024

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SWAT 11 wrote: 12 Jun 2024, 23:59 I've seen two reg's for one aircraft (NH90) on the flightline/flying

78+25 or 79+25
In the display was the 78+25
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Re: Log Tag der Bundeswehr Fassberg 8-6-2024

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Good evening

I am looking for the following registrations of aircraft during the Tag der Bundeswehr at Fassberg.

These are the aircraft that flew the solo demos (EC135, NH-90 & Tiger) & the two Tigers that were on display.

If anyone can help me with that, I would appreciate it.
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Re: Log Tag der Bundeswehr Fassberg 8-6-2024

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AFB wrote: 16 Jun 2024, 03:07 Good evening

I am looking for the following registrations of aircraft during the Tag der Bundeswehr at Fassberg.

These are the aircraft that flew the solo demos (EC135, NH-90 & Tiger) & the two Tigers that were on display.

If anyone can help me with that, I would appreciate it.
Seriously?! The answers are already on page1. There was just 1 Tiger/EC135 flying. 79+44 did the para drop as well as the solo display if I recall correctly.
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Re: Log Tag der Bundeswehr Fassberg 8-6-2024

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Lex wrote: 09 Jun 2024, 12:47 77+05 departed about an hour earlier (ca. 17:00)
77+01 departed shortly before 1700, having been dragged out from the static.

Both the Dutch left around 1800 local.

Could someone confirm the morning A400M, 54+42?
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