EHLW 27-09-2021 MIL

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EHLW 27-09-2021 MIL

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Expect a USAFE C130 to arrive around 12:00lt. Departing on Friday 1st October. Participating in WIC.
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Re: EHLW 27-09-2021 MIL

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G-273 Devil1 arrived for WIC
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Re: EHLW 27-09-2021 MIL

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For the record; the USAFE C-130 did not arrived today (for whatever reason). Hopefully later this week. If a new arrival date/time is known it will surface here. It does not help to ask various times, it also does not require any form of smart ass answers ...
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Re: EHLW 27-09-2021 MIL

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So many spotters today, but still no log...? :cry:

The morning wave, in order of appearance:

C-130 G-273
A.400 54+07
F-16 J-515
EF.2000 31+35, 31+09
F-35 F-009, F-015, F-017
F-35 5206
F-16 FA129
F-16 J-514
F-16 FA81, FA91
F-16 J-879, J-017, J-146, J-006
Tornado 45+20, 45+39, 44+69, 45+35
F-16 J-014

After this wave was gone, the remaining two Tornado's could be seen on the platform (46+40 and 46+57) and F-35 F-014 was towed here.
Sea King (89+63) was seen overhead on its way to De Kooy when the morning wave was recovering.

During the afternoon wave (roughly the same size) a few other aircraft participated, again in order of appearance:
Tornado 46+57
F-35 5149, 5387
EF.2000 31+50, 31+02
F-16 FA127 (not 100% sure).
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Re: EHLW 27-09-2021 MIL

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Thx for the log Patrick.
Can you tell us where the Euffies are parked?
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Re: EHLW 27-09-2021 MIL

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Thanks for the log, what time did the afternoon wave start?
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Re: EHLW 27-09-2021 MIL

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ronaldairbus wrote: 27 Sep 2021, 23:08 Thanks for the log, what time did the afternoon wave start?
Around 1400/1415LT. Roughly the same times are scheduled for tomorrow afternoon. The morning wave will be a bit earlier as this morning..
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Re: EHLW 27-09-2021 MIL

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YOXA wrote: 27 Sep 2021, 22:03 Thx for the log Patrick.
Can you tell us where the Euffies are parked?
You're welcome. And see here ;-)

https://www.scramble.nl/community/messa ... /66/159597

They are on the Northern platform, I could see one (only just) from the spotter hill.

The morning wave started around 10 h this day and the afternoon wave around 14 h.
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Re: EHLW 27-09-2021 MIL

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Heeft iemand ook de callsigns die bij de kisten horen?
Dan kan ik de juiste data gebruiken in de videos ;-)
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Re: EHLW 27-09-2021 MIL

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patrick dirksen wrote: 27 Sep 2021, 21:43 So many spotters today, but still no log...? :cry:
The morning wave, in order of appearance:
C-130 G-273
A.400 54+07
F-16 J-515
EF.2000 31+35, 31+09
F-35 F-009, F-015, F-017
F-35 5206
F-16 FA129
F-16 J-514
F-16 FA81, FA91
F-16 J-879, J-017, J-146, J-006
Tornado 45+20, 45+39, 44+69, 45+35
F-16 J-014
After this wave was gone, the remaining two Tornado's could be seen on the platform (46+40 and 46+57) and F-35 F-014 was towed here.
Sea King (89+63) was seen overhead on its way to De Kooy when the morning wave was recovering.
During the afternoon wave (roughly the same size) a few other aircraft participated, again in order of appearance:
Tornado 46+57
F-35 5149, 5387
EF.2000 31+50, 31+02
F-16 FA127 (not 100% sure).
FA127 is confirmed, Also 4640 taxied onto the runway and then aborted its mission
For the benefit of Mr. Kite, there will be a show tonight on trampoline
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Re: EHLW 27-09-2021 MIL

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I already thought we heard that on the scanner. Luckily it was visible from outside while parked on the platform, as that was the only Tornado I needed :-)
Thanks for confirming the Belgian Viper.
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Re: EHLW 27-09-2021 MIL

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LEEUWARDEN MONDAY 27.09.2021 RW23
Weather: beginning with mist and low clouds, rapidly clearing up,
followed by long sunny spells, increasingly cloudy after noon

(08:00 – 16:00)

C-130H 336 Sqn G-273 no badge T10:05 L12:01*
A.400M LTG 62 54+07 T10:08 L12:02*
F-16AM 312 Sqn J-515 T10:11 L11:46
F-16AM 312 Sqn J-514 T10:21 L11:41
EF.2000GS TaktlwG 73 31+35 T10:13 L11:34
EF.2000GS TaktlwG 73 31+09 T10:13 L11:35
F-35A 322 Sqn F-009 T10:15 L11:44
F-35A 322 Sqn F-015 T10:15 L11:12
F-35A 322 Sqn F-017 T10:15 L11:48
F-16AM 2 Wing FA129 no badge T10:20 L11:40
F-16AM 2 Wing FA81 no badge T10:21 L11:42
F-16AM 2 Wing FA91 no badge T10:21 L11:43
F-16AM 322 Sqn J-879 T10:23 L11:50
F-16AM 312 Sqn J-017 T10:23 L11:51
F-16AM 312 Sqn J-146 no badge T10:24 L11:52
F-16AM 322 Sqn J-006 T10:24 L11:53
F-16AM 312 Sqn J-014 no badge T10:31 L11:47
Tornado IDS TaktLwG 33 45+20 T10:28 L11:29
Tornado IDS TaktLwG 51 45+39 T10:28 L11:30
Tornado IDS TaktLwG 51 44+69 T10:29 L11:31
Tornado IDS TaktLwG 33 45+35 T10:29 L11:32
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C-130H 336 Sqn G-273 no badge T13:55 L15:59+
Tornado ECR TaktLwG 51 46+57 T14:01 L15:39
Tornado ECR TaktLwG 51 46+40 T--:-- L--:--
Tornado IDS TaktLwG 33 45+20 T14:33 L15:40
F-35A 332 Skv 5149 T14:02 L15:50
F-35A 332 Skv 5206 T14:02 L15:51
F-35A 332 Skv 5387 T14:02 L15:54
EF.2000GS TaktlwG 73 31+50 T14:05 L15:32#4
EF.2000GS TaktlwG 73 31+02 T14:06 L15:33#4
EF.2000GS TaktlwG 73 31+35 T14:06 L15:32#4
EF.2000GS TaktlwG 73 31+09 T14:22 L15:31#4
F-16AM 322 Sqn J-879 T14:09 L15:47
F-16AM 312 Sqn J-017 T14:09 L15:47
F-16AM 312 Sqn J-146 no badge T14:10 L15:48
F-16AM 322 Sqn J-006 T14:10 L15:49
F-35A 322 Sqn F-015 T14:03 L15:55
F-35A 322 Sqn F-017 T14:11 L15:34
F-16AM 312 Sqn J-014 no badge T14:13 L15:43
F-16AM 312 Sqn J-515 T14:13 L15:44
F-16AM 312 Sqn J-514 T14:15 L15:37
F-16AM 2 Wing FA81 no badge T14:14 L15:45
F-16AM 2 Wing FA127 no badge T14:14 L15:36
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Re: EHLW 27-09-2021 MIL

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Missing in the morning mission is Norwegian F-35 5206.
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