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Scramble 483 - August 2019

Scramble issue 483 is filled with 88 pages of aviation news. A few sections are missing, but we make this up with no less than three articles.
The first is an in depth and interesting triptease from three of our editors - Erwin van Dijkman, Wim Sonneveld and Michiel Vermeer - to a country which is not regularly visited, Belarus. The other two articles are compiled by regular contributors and subscribers, Andrew Cline and Jeroen Oude Wolbers. 
Andrew gives you an insight on the commemoration of the 75th Anniversary of the D-day invasion held in Hamilton, Canada. Jeroen went all the way Down Under and made an article about the exercise Dawn Strike 2019, which took place in Williamtown (Australia).



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Scramble World Airline Fleets 2019
We are proud to announce the 2019 edition of the SWAF - Scramble World Airline Fleets. SWAF 2019 will contain a compact overview of the world's airliners and (semi government) agencies like aerial firefighting companies. It lists the aircraft in registration, type, construction number and, when applicable, remarks order. In total it contains 243 pages. The information provided will be current up to February 2019. As always it comes in the familiar Scramble magazine A5 size and is spiral bound.
Scramble Military Serials Europe 2019
Our yearly spiral-bound must-have A5 monograph on current European military aircraft serials is available again.
As you are used to by now, it includes orders of battle, type rundowns with serial, subtype, construction number and unit/fate.
Handy 'tick' boxes will help you manage your sightings. This year we have filled 139 pages with serials for you.
Scramble Military Serials North America 2019-2020
After two years a new edition of the Scramble Military Serials America is here! Again we chose to focus on North America only, and we hope you will enjoy this usefull publication. This book contains 183 pages. All books could be ordered in our shop


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