Read all about our newest publication, Scramble Military Transports 2014, and all the latest spotting info for the Nuclear Security Summit 2014 (24 & 25 March, The Hague).
New in our inventory is the Scramble Military Transports 2014. The book not only covers the active transport aircraft of the world’s armed forces, but also tanker, maritime patrol, liaison and training aircraft. You will also find aircraft that operate for the respective governments as well as aircraft that operate for government agencies. It comes in the familiar Scramble magazine size (A5) and is spiral-bound, making it easy to handle.
What is included?
As said the book covers the world’s armed forces and government aircraft from TBM-700 to An-124 size. Countries are listed in alphabetical order followed by a listing of aircraft that, if applicable, fly for the Government, Air Force, Army, Navy, Coast Guard, Police, etc. It will cost €7.50 excluding postage fees. Order your copy now in our web shop at www.scramble.nl/shop.html!
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We are sure most people are aware of the impending NSS, or Nuclear Security Summit, which will be held in The Hague this 24 and 25 March. Preparations have been ongoing for a while now, but only recently have most implications for aviation enthusiasts become clear. All agencies involved are aware that a lot of us will be descending upon the airport, since many interesting aircraft are expected, but so far no real decisions have been made as to how to cope with this. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has overall control, and it seems reluctant to take a stand on the 'spotter issue'.
As the Dutch Aviation Society, we present the factual information that we have through our Airfield Guide of Amsterdam-Schiphol. On our Message Board, this topic is reserved for facts and news as well, while this topic can be used for speculations and all kinds of chatting on the NSS.