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Re: Trident Juncture 2018

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At Bodo Hornet 188731 is coded YO-D.
There is a fifth F-2000A: MM7329/37-15.
Local Viper 687 flew a mission last Saturday, while Sunday the QRA Vipers 674 and 677 flew a mission in the morning.

Seen in their hangar on the civil side were Sea Kings 069 (did some engine running outside) and 073 (on maintenance). Now for the long shot: last Sunday there was also a yellow T-17 in the hangar of 330 skv, next to Sea King 073. Anybody for the serial?
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Thanks Patrick, I can't help you with the T17.
Is there any chance you can post a full log of your visit? And I'm still looking for the 3rd Turkish F16, have you or anyone else seen this?
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The Norwegian air force organized a spotters day last friday? Did you attend?
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Actually they organised a press day last Friday, which I found out when I attended the spotters day on Saturday..... I attended that last one indeed. The Turkish, Greek and Spanish sticked to their weekend, so none of their aircraft were seen unfortunately. On Friday they were active though I have been told.
I will post a full log when I am home and have the time (at work now). In the meantime, anybody for the T-17...?
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patrick dirksen wrote:
62293 14-11
Are you sure this is the one that stayed? I was told 14-11 did fly missions a couple of times, but always coming from its homebase and going home again as well, while 14-12 is the one that currently (or at least last weekend) is present at Bodo.
Patrick, looking at ADSB, i can see 62293 /14-11 flying his last mission on 31/10 from Bodø. There is however no trace of it leaving Bodø back home so far.
62303/14-12 arrived Bodø on the 31th from Italy as IAM1401.
Guess the 62293 went home without transmitting on ADSB, or he is still in Bodø which seems not very likely.
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THanks, you just made my fellow traveller very happy (he still needed 14-12, I didn't ;-) ).
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AK01 wrote:And I'm still looking for the 3rd Turkish F16, have you or anyone else seen this?
The third Turkish F-16 is 07-1016, with special paint on the tail.
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AK01 wrote:Patrick, looking at ADSB, i can see 62293 /14-11 flying his last mission on 31/10 from Bodø. There is however no trace of it leaving Bodø back home so far.
62303/14-12 arrived Bodø on the 31th from Italy as IAM1401.
Guess the 62293 went home without transmitting on ADSB, or he is still in Bodø which seems not very likely.
Pieter,
As far as 62293, I also don't have any trace from it leaving Bodø (at least until the 3rd of November).
Regarding 62303, I have;
31-10-2018 IAM1401 GLF5 MM62303 LIRE ENBO 09:05
31-10-2018 IAM1401 GLF5 MM62303 ENBO LIRE 15:06
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Patrick,
Like I told you on Sunday, I thought I saw one Italian E-550 near the C-20 and French Mirages 2000 on Saturday morning. On Sunday we could clearly see another near the shelters at the west side of the base.
Could it be that both were present??
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A few more new reg's to keep us busy

DATE / DEP / ARR / TYPE / CALLSIGN / REG
03-11-2018 EDDK ENGM GL5T GAF671 1402
03-11-2018 ENGM EDDT GL5T GAF671 1402
03-11-2018 EDDT ENGM GL5T GAF671 1403
03-11-2018 ENGM EDDT GL5T GAF671 1403
02-11-2018 ETOU ENGM BE20 DUKE80 40165
02-11-2018 ENGM ETOU BE20 DUKE80 40165
03-11-2018 ETOU ENVA C560 DUKE11 50123
03-11-2018 ENVA ENDU C560 DUKE11 50123
03-11-2018 EFRO ETAR C130 HKY801 78609
01-11-2018 ZZZZ EFRO C130 HKY805 88603
01-11-2018 ENGM EGHI SW4 CNV6628 900528
03-11-2018 EBMB EFRO C130 BAF657 CH09
03-11-2018 EFRO EBMB C130 BAF657 CH09
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Arjenp wrote:
AK01 wrote:Patrick, looking at ADSB, i can see 62293 /14-11 flying his last mission on 31/10 from Bodø. There is however no trace of it leaving Bodø back home so far.
62303/14-12 arrived Bodø on the 31th from Italy as IAM1401.
Guess the 62293 went home without transmitting on ADSB, or he is still in Bodø which seems not very likely.
Pieter,
As far as 62293, I also don't have any trace from it leaving Bodø (at least until the 3rd of November).
Regarding 62303, I have;
31-10-2018 IAM1401 GLF5 MM62303 LIRE ENBO 09:05
31-10-2018 IAM1401 GLF5 MM62303 ENBO LIRE 15:06
Arjen, ADSB does not show a return flight back to Italy this day for IAM1401. Actually it shows 62303 doing local missions on the 5th and today the 7th out of Bodø.
I am not in Norway so can not confirm anything, however as per ADSB both could/ should be in Norway at this moment.
Believe your data is flightplanned, or are they actual flights?
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14-11 has been replaced by 14-12 on 31-10-2018

about ItAF Typhoon

37-01 confirmed
37-15 confirmed
36-34 confirmed
4-55 or 4-56 must be confirmed
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4-55 100% sure. If you have facebook you can try this link : https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid ... ater&ifg=1
However a total of 5 Typhoon have visited Bodø, so 4-56 is also correct i think.

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OK for 7311 4-55

now... my info say only 4 Typhoons so we need a 4-56 photo (may be 56 is a mispole for 55)
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Ok, as asked a full log for the spottersday at Bodo Saturday 2-11 as seen by me.
JAS.39: 39261, 39263, 39265, 39285, 39286, 39840
Mir.2000: 102/115-KR, 121/115-KN, 528/115-KS
Tornado (MM7020)/6-77, MM7067/6-41, MM7073/6-34
F-2000: MM7307/37-01, MM7311/4-55, MM7312/36-34, MM7329/37-15
F-16: 286, 681, 682, 687
CF-188: 188729/YO-A, 188731/YO-D, 188753/YO-M, 188757/YO-R, 188767/YO-L, (188777/YO-U), 188780/YO-J, 188796/YO-W
Falcon 20: 041
Sea King: 069, 073 (maintenance hangar)
KC-767: MM62228/14-03
CC-150: 15005/05
C-20 (165)151, departed end of the morning
And Hercules (166513)/BH-513 crossed the field in the afternoon.
The gate is guarded by F-104 "12626/FN-B" and 870 is stored in the shelter area in special c/s. Finally one E-550 was seen in the far Eastern end, was this 14-11 or 14-12...?
Oh, and I am still hoping someone got the T-17 in the 330 Skv hangar of course.

Seen on the way here at Oslo were both C-2As (162144 and 162171), and on Sunday Hercules 163591/RU-591 was seen at Oslo. No other mil aircraft present that afternoon.
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