ETAR 15-6-2014

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ETAR 15-6-2014

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This morning (07:00) we had a Quick look at Ramstein,
compaired to yesterday one C-5 had left
6..57 C-17A travis and one C-17A from Charleston had arrived during the night. And 11 RS Hercs where om The ramp

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Re: ETAR 15-6-2014

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leonard van T wrote:This morning (07:00) we had a Quick look at Ramstein,
compaired to yesterday one C-5 had left
6..57 C-17A travis and one C-17A from Charleston had arrived during the night. And 11 RS Hercs where om The ramp
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You mean 66157 (Travis) and 33124 (Charleston)
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Re: ETAR 15-6-2014

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Here's my log between 15:30-17:00lt, after visiting the Phalsbourg airshow;

Ramp1 (37th AS):
04-3142/RS C-130J-30 37th AS
06-8611/RS C-130J-30 37th AS
06-8612/RS C-130J-30 37th AS
06-8613/RS C-130J-30 37th AS
08-5693 C-130J-30 39th AS/tdy
08-5712 C-130J-30 39th AS/tdy
08-8601/RS C-130J-30 37th AS
08-8602/RS C-130J-30 37th AS
08-8603/RS C-130J-30 37th AS
08-8605/RS C-130J-30 37th AS
08-8607/RS C-130J-30 37th AS

Ramp2:
99-0402 C-37B 76th AS
01-0076 C-37B 309th AS

Ramp3 (behind the tower)
(10-5714) MC-130J 67th AS
(10-5737) MC-130J 67th AS
(88-1803) MC-130H 67th AS

Ramp4:
(02-0042) C-40B 76th AS

Ramp5:
69-0012 C-5A 167th AS
85-0002 C-5M 436th AW
01-0187 C-17A 62nd AW
03-3124 C-17A 437th AW
03-3127 C-17A 62nd AW
05-5141 C-17A 429th AS
05-5150/HH C-17A 515th AS
08-8199 C-17A 62nd AW
10-0222 C-17A 437th AW

SW-area:
3x C-27A ex Alenia/Afghan AF stored (seen from Bismarckturm, so still not scrapped)

Ramp9 (hot cargo):
04-4135 C-17A 437th AW
09-9207 C-17A 62nd AW

Remarks:
The F-15A that was used to be stored next to the ramp9 has now dissapeared. Can anyone confirm it has been scrapped now? The Sabre (C.5-163 ex EdA) is still pole mounted behind the AMC-terminal.

I hope this helps.

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Re: ETAR 15-6-2014

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Hi, according a friend of mine the F-15 is scrapped. He saw pictures of the F-15 while the cockpit was cut off.

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Re: ETAR 15-6-2014

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Actually there are 4 C-27s.
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Re: ETAR 15-6-2014

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tomF22 wrote:Actually there are 4 C-27s.
I know (and seen all 4 a few months ago), but from the Bismarckturm only the three could be seen parked behind each other.

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