Ramstein (ETAR/RMS) - 2007

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Post by Trabanti »

Thank you Michiel, seems like I missed 44132 somehow then. Hmm Scheisse. Where about was it parked? Then I can search for it in the background of pictures of the departing Gallies (although that doesn't really count for me, that's spotting in retrospect)..

By the way, I forgot to mention the Spang F-16D doing a couple of touch-and-go's in the afternoon, don't even remember which one it was.
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Post by Michiel »

The F-16 was the 91-0474/SP (Bl).

The C-17 was one of the 2 C-17's that was on the platform in the morning but did not leave. None of the C-17's left.
It was next to the C-5B 87-0035, but this one was later parked somewhere else because of some troubles it got after take-off.
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Post by Trabanti »

Hi Michiel. So the same dual as on Spang in the morning, how predictable!

Then this second McGuire C-17 was behind the earth wall more or less on the same platform as the Stratotanker, only further away from the large hangar (so closer to the runway)? Where also the Mississippi Air Guard Globe went? Well I missed it, too bad. Indeed funny, the circling and immediate return of the Dover Gallie. Nice for pics though.

Thanks for your help so far!
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Trabanti wrote:OK Oscar, clear. Seems like KC-135R 63-7984 has either been on the tarmac for at least half a week or it returned during the weekend. Thanks again for the info!
The 7984 flew a mission this weekend. It departed sundayevening while we were eating and returned mondaymorning when we are at the Kindsbachhill.
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Does someone know the id of the CONS C-21A?
Dep yesterday as RCH368. According to the SBS-1 radar it should be 84-0134, but I thought it should be 84-0135.

Can someone clear it up?
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Post by avanbergen »

Martin,

I did get an email from a German spotter that the 84-0134 landed at Ramstein.

Albert
witje wrote:Does someone know the id of the CONS C-21A?
Dep yesterday as RCH368. According to the SBS-1 radar it should be 84-0134, but I thought it should be 84-0135.

Can someone clear it up?
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Post by R. Stalenhoef »

Hi Michiel, Trabanti,

As I was on base that morning I can 100% confirm that
63-7984 KC-135R of the 106ARS/AL ANG was your aircraft. Also noted were the 3 C-5 mentioned (90026, 70035, 00455) and C-130J (21434). There was also a Lynden C-130 but that one is civ....

C-17 04-4132 of 305AMW left around 0945LT just after the 2 RS C-130s.

Can any of you confirm the March C-17 parked with his rear to the runway was indeed 05-5141? And that the other 3 Delta C-130s were the ones mentioned in previous messages parked next to each other the first with a blue tailflash, the second with a grey and than the Maryland? I read the RI one myself, buildings were blocking view on the others and I didn't want to go out of my car....

Bye!

Michiel wrote:Trabanti,

The one of 729th AS was indead the 05-5141.
Also the 04-4132 of the 6th AS was on the platform.

The KC-135 wa 63-7984 of the 106th ARS AL ANG

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Post by Michiel »

The 05-5141 has already been confirmed one page 7 top.

The other C-130's are 84-0210, 84-0212 and 97-1352.
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Ramstein today

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Hi guy's,

It is this week very busy in Ramstein. Here a log from today:

Ramstein, thursday 03-05-07

Ce550 U.20-3/01-407 ESLLA004
Jetstream T3 ZE438/76 750sqn
TBM-700 93/XL ETEC00.065
Beech1900D D-CBIG Swiss Air Force
C-5A 68-0226 105AW/NY ANG
C-5A 69-0027 439AW/AFRC
C-5A 70-0454 164AW/TN ANG
KC-10A 83-0082 305AMW
C-17A 89-1191 437AW
C-17A 92-3291 62AW
C-17A 92-3292 437AW
C-17A 96-0007 437AW
C-17A 99-0063 62AW
C-17A 00-0178 62AW
C-17A 00-0181 62AW
C-17A 01-0194 437AW
C-17A 02-1112 172AW/MS ANG
C-17A 03-3115 172AW/MS ANG
C-17A 03-3123 437AW
C-17A 04-4131 305AMW
C-17A 04-4134 305AMW
C-17A 05-5141 452AMW/AFRC
C-17A 06-6157 60AMW
C-17A 06-6159 60AMW
C-17A 06-6162 60AMW
C-17A 06-6163 60AMW
C-20A 830500 VR-1
C-37A 01-0029 6AMW
C-40A 165835 VR-57
C-130E 63-7883 43AW
C-130H 80-0320 165AW/GA ANG
C-130H 80-0332 165AW/GA ANG
C-130H 84-0209 166AW/DE ANG
C-130H 84-0210 166AW/DE ANG
C-130H 84-0212 166AW/DE ANG
C-130H 93-1039 463AG
C-130J 97-1352 175W/MD ANG
EC-130J 99-1933 193SOG/PA ANG
EC-130J 01-1935 193SOG/PA ANG
C-130J 02-1434 143AW/RI ANG
KC-135R 63-8018 155AW/NE ANG

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Some pics from last week can be found here:

http://www.scramble.nl/forum/viewtopic.php?t=32009" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
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Post by Joris Heeren »

Hi,

A quick visit in the early morning of Wednesday 16 May 2007 produced the following (all read from the Bismarck Turm):

69-0023 C-5A 105AW NY ANG
1x C-21A 76AS/86AW departed
63-7770 C-130E 43AW arrived
64-17681/RS C-130E 37AS/86AW
68-10947/RS C-130E ex 37AS/86AW (i/a)
70-1274/RS C-130E 37AS/86AW
80-0320 C-130H 165AW GA ANG (TDY)
80-0332 C-130H 165AW GA ANG (TDY)
84-0210 C-130H 166AW DE ANG (TDY)
84-0212 C-130H 166AW DE ANG (TDY)
01-0188 C-17A 437AW
03-3118 C-17A 172AW MS ANG
04-4133 C-17A 305AMW
05-5140 C-17A 452AMW AFRC arrived
05-5141 C-17A 452AMW AFRC departed
06-6157 C-17A 60AMW
84-00163 C-12U nn/USAREUR departed
1x C-9B nn / US Navy (reported 160051/JT)

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Post by andel »

Here,s a log straight from the book for Friday 18 May
In order of appearence
04-4132 C-17 arr
89-1182 C-130 dep
05-5140 C-17 arr
02-1109 C-17 arr
06-6163 C-17 dep
06-6157 C-17 arr
02-1108 C-17 arr
90-0843/SP F-16d o/s
63-8033/D KC-135 o/s
70-0447 C-5 arr
91-0464/SP F-16D o/s
91-0342/SP F-16C o/s
91-0336/SP F-16C o/s
84-0083 C-21 arr
84-0112 C-21 arr
69-0023 C-5 arr
84-0111 C-21 dep
63-7879 C-130 dep
93-1036 C-130 arr
06-6159 C-17 arr
B-536 C-130J arr
03-3118 C-17 dep
59-1463 KC-135 dep
and finaly for us the last one on this busy day 8)
01-0197 C-17 arr
Greeting,s Mark
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Post by Banter »

other departures this morning were 4 ANG C130H's

RCH340 84-0210 dep 0920
RCH584 84-0212 dep 0940
RCH021 80-0320 dep 0950
RCH540 80-0332 dep 0955
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Post by falcx »

On the way to/ from Switzerland (family related) we past Ramstein for some resting time. Noted on the way down (16th);
90023 C-5A NY ANG
50009 C-5B Nm
60020 C-5B 436th AW
23292 C-17A 437th AW
80052 C-17A 62nd AW
90060 C-17A 62nd AW
10188 C-17A 437th AW :lol: finally
21108 C-17A 62nd AW
33118 C-17A MS ANG
55140 C-17A AFRC
66157 C-17A 60th AMW
91463 KC-135R NE ANG
XS709/M Dominie T.1
XS736/H Dominie T.1
+ 8x Hercules mentioned earlier.

Additions for the 17th;
90062 C-17A 62nd AW
00183 C-17A 62nd AW
21112 C-17A MS ANG
33124 C-17A 437th AW
55142 C-17A AFRC
66163 C-17A 60th AMW

And on the way back home (20th);
90063 C-17A 62nd AW
00173 C-17A 62nd AW
21109 C-17A 62nd AW
33117 C-17A MS ANG
44130 C-17A 305th AMW
55143 C-17A AFRC
66155 C-17A 60th AMW

Further noted while we were just driving up the highway was a Hercules departing around 15.55 hours. Anybody for the serial??

All the best,

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Further noted while we were just driving up the highway was a Hercules departing around 15.55 hours. Anybody for the serial??
The Hercules was N402LC Lynden Air Cargo

Greets
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