1st CAB taking over from 3rd CAB (11th AB rotation Atlantic Resolve)

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Re: 1st CAB taking over from 3rd CAB (11th AB rotation Atlantic Resolve)

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The missing AH-64 that arrived at Woensdrecht yesterday (Thursday) is 16-03111 according to the Woensdrecht forum. At least that one was read off from the fence as present, between the H-60s that also arived Thursday afternoon.
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Re: 1st CAB taking over from 3rd CAB (11th AB rotation Atlantic Resolve)

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Does someone, anyone, have a nice pic taken from the port (left) side of this helicopter in order to confirm there are bars too on that side at the same place? would be nice to clearify.

"HH-60M US Army 08-20165 badge 1st and 2 matt black horizontal bars (stripes) / white serial, in front of the winch and inlet part."
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Re: 1st CAB taking over from 3rd CAB (11th AB rotation Atlantic Resolve)

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"16-03086 via Vlissingen [xx stripe on tail]"

This one was read by Martin Uleman as 16-03084... Needs comfirmation!!

16-03086 is a 1-101 AVN bird...

I guess it is better to make an overview with confirmed serials in stead of guessing all the times.
It is the third of fourth time today a faulty Apache serial in mentioned in the MB.
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Re: 1st CAB taking over from 3rd CAB (11th AB rotation Atlantic Resolve)

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Ignoring the rest, the order of the fifteen Apaches from west to east:

63114
73190
73119
73162
73181
41015
63115
_3157

<gap where the five Chinooks were>

62113
___17 (should be 41017)
___16 (should be 63116)
63111
83203
_3191
73182

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Re: 1st CAB taking over from 3rd CAB (11th AB rotation Atlantic Resolve)

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r.e.hendriks wrote: 27 Oct 2023, 18:18 "16-03086 via Vlissingen [xx stripe on tail]"

This one was read by Martin Uleman as 16-03084... Needs comfirmation!!

16-03086 is a 1-101 AVN bird...

I guess it is better to make an overview with confirmed serials in stead of guessing all the times.
It is the third of fourth time today a faulty Apache serial in mentioned in the MB.
I don't like your tone. Mistakes are sometimes made (and corrected if adressed). These aren't the easiest machines to read off, especially the black part of the serial in these conditions. You can also send me a PM. I'm simply doing my best here Rob.
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I was at the harbour in Vlissingen today, between 10.30 and 13.45. This were the departures:

UH-60L 93-26478
UH-60L 92-26442
AH-64E 18-03203 (?)
AH-64E 17-03191
UH-60M 07-20092
AH-64E 17-03182 (?)
CH-47F 16-08199
CH-74F 14-08162

Anyone who can confirm the registrations of the (?) ? Thanks!
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M. McWallwood wrote: 27 Oct 2023, 20:15 I was at the harbour in Vlissingen today, between 10.30 and 13.45. This were the departures:

UH-60L 93-26478
UH-60L 92-26442
AH-64E 18-03203 (?)
AH-64E 17-03191
UH-60M 07-20092
AH-64E 17-03182 (?)
CH-47F 16-08199
CH-74F 14-08162

Anyone who can confirm the registrations of the (?) ? Thanks!
Those are indeed correct, also in that same order.
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73191 has 1 stripe and not 2 I think.
Who can confirm?
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Marijn wrote: 27 Oct 2023, 21:34 73191 has 1 stripe and not 2 I think.
Who can confirm?
LH side = 1 stripe. I was told however 2 stripes upon landing (RH side, as they stood 07)!?
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Re: 1st CAB taking over from 3rd CAB (11th AB rotation Atlantic Resolve)

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Sjoerd wrote: 27 Oct 2023, 19:55
r.e.hendriks wrote: 27 Oct 2023, 18:18 "16-03086 via Vlissingen [xx stripe on tail]"

This one was read by Martin Uleman as 16-03084... Needs comfirmation!!

16-03086 is a 1-101 AVN bird...

I guess it is better to make an overview with confirmed serials in stead of guessing all the times.
It is the third of fourth time today a faulty Apache serial in mentioned in the MB.
I don't like your tone. Mistakes are sometimes made (and corrected if adressed). These aren't the easiest machines to read off, especially the black part of the serial in these conditions. You can also send me a PM. I'm simply doing my best here Rob.
I understand you are dependent on what the guys along the fence are 'guessing'/reading.
And I really do appreciate the work you are doing by making the overview as complete as possible. Keep up the work...
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Sjoerd, et alia, many thanks for your comprehensive overview.
Couple of UH-60L observations:
93-26495 actually shows 'BALLARD' on the forward starboard side on my pictures.
90-26260 has 'YEARY' titles on the forward starboard side.
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495 has Ballard? well, can't tell for 100%, but I can go for that. :wink:
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Cheers guys!

Meanwhile R20303 is enroute from Greece towards Germany. Another HH-60M for the list.
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Re: 1st CAB taking over from 3rd CAB (11th AB rotation Atlantic Resolve)

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R20303 left Greece on 26th.
R20164 flew Greece-Romania on 24th
R20187 flew Greece-Romania on 25th
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EvD wrote: 27 Oct 2023, 18:59 Ignoring the rest, the order of the fifteen Apaches from west to east:

63114
73190
73119
73162
73181
41015
63115
_3157

<gap where the five Chinooks were>

62113
___17 (should be 41017)
___16 (should be 63116)
63111
83203
_3191
73182

rgds
Erwin
Thanks for the confirmation! Two typos, I presume:
62113 should read 63113
63116 should read 73116
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