The Scramble Show Reports
Date: 16-18 April 2010
Static/Flightline: 78-0582/BD, 79-0145/BD A-10A 47th FS AFRC 81-0967/FT A-10C 74th FS 03-8154 C-130J-30 815th AS AFRC 62-3517 KC-135R 97th AMW 91-0084/VN T-1A 32nd FTS 07-4888/VN T-6A "8 FTS" 68-8164/CB T-38C 50th FTS 64-13240/BB T-38A 1st RS 64-13270/BB T-38A 1st RS 67-14920/WM T-38A 394th CTS 74-22401 TH-1H 23rd FTW 161515/SB UC-12B Beaufort 163844 UC-12M Norfolk 761548/AF-101 F-5E VFC-111 761550/AF-121 F-5E VFC-111 159619/AJ-105 F-14D(R) preserved 166460/AD-236 F/A-18F VFA-106 162026/E-62 TH-57C TAW-5 162035/E-71 TH-57C TAW-5 162822/E-136 TH-57C TAW-5 165462/A-119 T-45C VT-7 165618/A-176 T-45C VT-7 dep 17 167101/B-323 T-45C TW-2 167105/B-327 T-45C TW-2 N147CS P-3 AEW US CBP C-FGAT Sea Fury FB10 Warplan N3 Ce560XL FAA N10VD GOV-1D ex USAF 68-15958 N34 C-47J FAA N34FU T-34B ex USN 140846 NL49FG P-40N ex USAAF N63NA T-28B ex USN 138263 N87NY MS760 ex AdlA 87 N226TT OV-1D ex USAR 68-15959 NX228TS T-28D ex USN 138351 N434M "56756" T-34A ex USAF 55-0199 N560XX Bulldog T1 ex RAF XX560 N730TB TB30 ex AdlA 71 N1004N SK61 ex Sweden 61052 N1184T T-28C ex USN 146283 N2292K Beech 18/C-45 as USAF 51-92185 N3239T C-47A ex USAAF 42-100591 N4328Y L-39C ex Russia 432821 N6968 P-39Q private N822RS Tucano T1 ex RAF ZF200 NX989BH L-39C ex Soviet 934872 Flightline: 165806/AD-220 F/A-18F VFA-106 165931/AD-225 F/A-18F VFA-106 NX462NA T-28C ex USN 140570 N133DV CT-133 ex 133610 Other side Flightline: 60-0322 KC-135R 72nd ARS Dep 17 90-1791 C-130H 180th AS MO ANG 98-0055 C-17A 58th AS N149HF C-7B ex USAF 62-4149 N65164 EA-1E ex USN 135152 Blue Angels F/A-18A/B^/C*: 163705/1*, 163106/2, 163130/3, 161959/4, 162437/5, 163436/6^ Aeroshell Team: N3267G/1 SNJ-5 ex USN 51971 N791MH/2 T-6G ex USAF 51-14791 N7462C/3 AT-6F ex 44-82489 N991GM/4 AT-6C ex 42-85794 The Blue Angels were flying out of NAS Pensacola and the registrations were logged on 13 April. Plus the Thunderbirds with a pile of F-16s, but these were not logged. The Sun N fun is a multiday fly-inn event, and does not only include military or engine propelled aircraft, but also sees balloon and paragliders. The static was typically American, which means you could walk closely to the aircraft. Unfortunately a lot of classic aircraft were not taken in the log and were retrieved from the Internet as much as possible.