40 Years MLM Soesterberg

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Anyone know a s/n of the F-104 hull on crates near the entrance (closed up area where also the parking benches were) ?
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If you mean the Staf at the Commissary thats the D-8098. The former Deelen F-104.
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There is a photo of this aircraft on the IFS website!!
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PS Sadly it will soon be scrapped just as the fuselage of D-8098.....snik...
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No more photo's of the painted F-104 ?
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Robert wrote:If you mean the Staf at the Commissary thats the D-8098. The former Deelen F-104.
Sorry for dutch, mods.

Wat bedoel je met Commisary ?
Bedoel de romp die op kratten ligt op het grote asfalt terrein rechts van de weg before entrance. D-8098 ?

Thanks in advance.
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Yep thats the one. The Commisary is the former Super Market of the 32nd FS.
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The Fouga is DHJA F-GSHG (ex G-FUGA) C/N 45. It was repaired for static after its belly landing a few months ago and exchanged with the MLM. It's painted in (more-or-less) Belgian markings because KLU pilots used to train in Brustem AB, Belgium on Fouga.
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Hier nog een paar fotos van de Fouga en Sabre.

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Here are a few pics of yellow D-8062. Don't realy like the painting on the fuselage, but do like the wings though. Seems to be a birds eye view of EHSB;

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Been there today and noticed that the F-100 was back on his original place, the D-8062 was in front of the F-86K, no sign of the D-8098 and also the CM170 couldn't be seen outside. The large hall was closed due to the opening of a new exhibition.
Does anyone know for sure what will happen to the D-8098? Went by Deelen today, only to find out it was recently removed from there and taken to the MLM, so I just missed it - twice in one day... :shock:
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Have again been to the MLM but found no trace - again - of CM170 "MT-51" (F-GSHG)...., can anyone confirm it's real former military identity ?? Is it a Belgium Magister as assumed on several sites, or indeed an AdlA aircraft with serial "045"??
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I believe the Magister is put on storage at the airbase.
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In my opinion it can't be a Belgian example because these examples runs from MT01 cn 258 till MT45 cn 327. Later followed by a batch of 5 examples from the Luftwaffe with the cn's 145, 203, 204, 222 and 224. The Fouga from the MLM has cn 045. On page 2 I post a picture with the french serial F-GSHG. According to the Scramble database the Fouga serial/ cn 45 was exported to the UK as G-BSCT to Aces High Ltd on 20/03/1990. They sold the Fouga as G-FUGA on 12/04/1990 to Roylair Services Ltd. Roylair used it till 18/08/1998 when they sell it to Dutch Historic Jet Association BV. It stays in the UK register as G-FUGA till 18/08/1998. At this date it was exported to France as F-GSHG. It stays till the day of today in the French register.
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Robert wrote:In my opinion it can't be a Belgian example because these examples runs from MT01 cn 258 till MT45 cn 327. Later followed by a batch of 5 examples from the Luftwaffe with the cn's 145, 203, 204, 222 and 224. The Fouga from the MLM has cn 045. On page 2 I post a picture with the french serial F-GSHG. According to the Scramble database the Fouga serial/ cn 45 was exported to the UK as G-BSCT to Aces High Ltd on 20/03/1990. They sold the Fouga as G-FUGA on 12/04/1990 to Roylair Services Ltd. Roylair used it till 18/08/1998 when they sell it to Dutch Historic Jet Association BV. It stays in the UK register as G-FUGA till 18/08/1998. At this date it was exported to France as F-GSHG. It stays till the day of today in the French register.
Then the french should clear-up their register, is this one had a landing-mishap at De Kooy more than 15 months ago.
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Two images of the museum its F-86 Sabre at the time 32nd TFS members "shipped" it from Portugal to the Netherlands.

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