Saint-Cyr-l'Ecole - Lycee Militaire

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Saint-Cyr-l'Ecole - Lycee Militaire

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Alongside Defile attendants these spares were noted:

~~~ Saint-Cyr-l'Ecole - Lycee Militaire 14.07.21
~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
1431/EBP NH.90-TTH 1 RHC, s/n not read
1443/EBS NH.90-TTH 1 RHC
6025/BJY AS.665/Tigre HAD 1 RHC, s/n not read
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Were these 2 NH90’s parked next to each other? We could read the EBP from the gate, but the NH90 next to it, was not possible to read at the time.
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pluggie wrote: 15 Jul 2021, 15:12 Alongside Defile attendants these spares were noted:

~~~ Saint-Cyr-l'Ecole - Lycee Militaire 14.07.21
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1431/EBP NH.90-TTH 1 RHC, s/n not read
1443/EBS NH.90-TTH 1 RHC
6025/BJY AS.665/Tigre HAD 1 RHC, s/n not read
NH-90 EBS & EBP and Tigre BJY read from picture at St-Cyr... after most choppers left these came by as well
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These ALAT helicopters were noted in the afternoon of 14/7.
SA330: 1006/DAA, 1149/DAP
SA342: 4168/GCG, /GAF, /GBU, GAG
AS532: 2375/CHC
NH90: /EAA, /EBP, /EBS
EC665: 6025/BJY
All departed for home between 1400 & 1430hrs, except for NH90 EBP, that one departed around 1300hrs.

Overflying were PC-21's 01/709-FC, 07/709-FI, 12/709-FN, 14/709-FP out of Villacoublay.

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Thank you! I saw a formation of a Tigre and 2 Caiman overhead Toussus at around 1440L.
With EAA showing on SBS and your notes, these three should've been BJY, EAA and EBS.
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Correct. They were the last to leave as a 3-ship.
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The DJ wrote: 16 Jul 2021, 12:24 Overflying were PC-21's 01/709-FC, 07/709-FI, 12/709-FN, 14/709-FP out of Villacoublay.
Did you read them off?
Not al PC-21s are correct on ADS-B, after the flypast we went to Villacoublay and noticed that a few didn't match with ADS-B and the others did.
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Sleegertje wrote: 16 Jul 2021, 16:30
The DJ wrote: 16 Jul 2021, 12:24 Overflying were PC-21's 01/709-FC, 07/709-FI, 12/709-FN, 14/709-FP out of Villacoublay.
Did you read them off?
Not al PC-21s are correct on ADS-B, after the flypast we went to Villacoublay and noticed that a few didn't match with ADS-B and the others did.
Around Paris 3-4 PC-21 were doing air patrol tasks.
Inner circle 3-4 AS555 outer circle 3-4 PC-21's
at least 5 PC-21 with call sign MTL61-65 where around for did task.
One of these PC-21s (06) did a run over the Champs-Elysse in the morning.
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Sleegertje wrote: 16 Jul 2021, 16:30
The DJ wrote: 16 Jul 2021, 12:24 Overflying were PC-21's 01/709-FC, 07/709-FI, 12/709-FN, 14/709-FP out of Villacoublay.
Did you read them off?
Not al PC-21s are correct on ADS-B, after the flypast we went to Villacoublay and noticed that a few didn't match with ADS-B and the others did.
Yes, all photoproof. Just a shame they were the same as in the flypast. :D
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After the flypast we went to Villacoublay and had a total of 10 PC-21s, including the 4 from the flypast which went home.
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SAINT-SUR-L’ECOLE MONDAY 12.07.2021 RW29
Weather: scattered clouds with sunny spells, clear air, light wind

(movements observed from nearby Villacoublay and identfied with help
of adsb or official photo footage provided by ALAT on 12 July)

SA.342M 5 RHC (1664)/GAF L14:45 ca.
SA.342M 5 RHC (1848)/GAG L14:45 ca.
SA.342M 5 RHC (4168)/GCG L14:45 ca.

Tigre HAD 5 RHC (6031)/BKE L14:45 ca.

NH.90-TTH 1 RHC (1431)/EBP L14:45 ca.
NH.90-TTH 5 RHC (1428)/EBL L14:45 ca.

SA.330B 3 RHC (1107)/DAL L14:45 ca.
SA.330B 3 RHC (1149)/DAP L14:45 ca.

AS.532UL 3 RHC (2375)/CHC L14:45 ca.
AS.532UL 3 RHC (2446)/CGX L14:45 ca
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