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Re: Hohn 2021

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As in the last days LTG 63 trained their „Trall-Ballet“ („Trallet“) on 14.9. for the Flyout on 23.9. with six C-160D plus photoship and so had a 100% availability. They performed a six-ship formation unique in the world in this times.

The guest list of participants for the day is nearly complete and most if not all active Luftwaffe and Marine flying units will at least send one aircraft.
Unfortunately no Heeresflieger units have confirmed their participation!

Other nations planned to arrive are French CN.235 and C-130J.

„Flying onlys“ should comprise the Wittmund QRA and an NATO AEWF E-3A and all Luftwaffe wing Commanding Officers were asked to send all flying aircrafts with training tasks on the day to Hohn for a fly-by.
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Noted here on 23.9. during the "Flyout" were:

landings:

54+25 A400M of LTG 62
30+35 Eurofighter GT TLwG 73
30+40 Eurofighter GS TLwG 71
31+01 Eurofighter GS TLwG 74 "Bavarian Tiger"
15+02 A.319-113 FBS BMVg
45+85 Tornado IDS TLwG 33
82+03 AS.532UL-2 3./FBS BMVg
46+28 Tornado ECR TLwG 51
84+49 CH-53GA HSG 64
14+04 Global 5000 FBS BMVg
83+04 Sea Lynx Mk.88A 3./MFG 5

Unfortunately nearly half of the planned visitors cancelled due to the windy and rainy day, so a fly by by a NATO AEWF E-3A, a HSG 64 H145M, French CN.235, French C-130J and some MFG 3/5 aircrafts/helis.

Flying by or overshooting were:

30+23 and 30+33 Eurofighter GS of TLwG 71 (two overshootings, Wittmund QRA)

30+67 Eurofighter GT of TLwG 71 together with Top Aces Alpha Jet A C-GJTA/057

Also noted were F-AZVM/105 (as 62-SI) N.2501F taxiying only due to the weather and 50+86 C-160D of WTD 61 on the ramp.

Flying a six ship formation after a row takeoff and a nice synchronus taxying perfomance were:

50+36, 50+40 (Retrobrummel), 50+51, 50+79, 50+83 and 50+88. Also noted was 50+55 as ground spare.
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Re: Hohn 2021

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Behind 50+55 and 50+86 was also the 50+49 in the far west side of the field
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Re: Hohn 2021

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ETNH 23.09.2021 0800-1500

A.319 15+02 FBS - app 1125/arr 1140

A.400M 54+25 LTG-62 - arr 0950

AS.532U2 82+03 FBS - arr 1150

C-160D 50+36 LTG-63 - dep 1400/arr 1455
C-160D 50+40/spl LTG-63 - dep 1400/arr 1455
C-160D 50+49 LTG-63
C-160D 50+51 LTG-63 - dep 1400/arr 1455
C-160D 50+55 LTG-63
C-160D 50+79 LTG-63 - dep 1400/arr 1455
C-160D 50+83 LTG-63 - dep 1400/arr 1455
C-160D 50+86 WTD-61
C-160D 50+88 LTG-63 - dep 1400/arr 1455

EF-2000 30+23 TaktLwG-71 - apps 0905/0915
EF-2000 30+33 TaktLwG-71 - apps 0905/0915
EF-2000 30+40 TaktLwG-31 - arr 1045
EF-2000 31+01/spl TaktLwG-74 - arr 1105
EF-2000T 30+35 TaktLwG-73 - T&G 1015/arr 1025
EF-2000T 30+67 TaktLwG-71 - app 1050

Global 5000 14+04 FBS - arr 1255/dep 1405

CH-53GA 84+49 HSG-64 - arr 1215

Sea Lynx Mk.88A 83+04 MFG-3 - arr 1300

Tornado IDS 45+85 TaktLwG-33 - app 1130/arr 1140
Tornado ECR 46+28 TaktLwG-51 - app 1155/arr 1205
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Re: Hohn 2021

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A few nice logs of the very dark and wet fly-out on 23 September, thanks for that. However you guys apparently are not interested in civil aircraft; at least if they are not ex military aircraft.
So in addition, the following 7 GFD Lear Jets could be seen this day. All were flying:
D-CGFA/D/F/G/H/J
D-CARL
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Does someone know what will happen with the remaining operational C-160D’s, scrapped on base or ? (Heard they will fly till end of december.)
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johan12 wrote: 25 Sep 2021, 10:44 Does someone know what will happen with the remaining operational C-160D’s, scrapped on base or ? (Heard they will fly till end of december.)
They are for sale, for €50.000, delivery not included.
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Bunzing wrote: 24 Sep 2021, 19:34 A few nice logs of the very dark and wet fly-out on 23 September, thanks for that. However you guys apparently are not interested in civil aircraft; at least if they are not ex military aircraft.
So in addition, the following 7 GFD Lear Jets could be seen this day. All were flying:
D-CGFA/D/F/G/H/J
D-CARL
You are right. No civil aircraft, only Warbird like aircraft. :-)
But as I wrote the GFD down this time I could tell you that D-CGFE departed early in the morning.
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Re: Hohn 2021

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OK thanks for the addition Herby.
The D-CGFE must have left quite early then, well before 8.00 LT I guess?
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Yes, just before 8.00h.
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Yes, just before 8.00h.
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Re: Hohn 2021

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The end is near…

C-160D 50+40 „Retrobrummel“ of LTG 63 departed Hohn for the last time on 20.10. flying to Roth via Nürnberg.

This is leaving six Transall at the wing, three (50+36, 50+51 and 50+55) will be written from use just before Christmas and unfortunately scrapped.

50+88 will stay almost active at Hohn, for fire training and aircraft marshalling.

It is planned that 50+79 will go to Zweibrücken and 50+83 to Altenstadt.

WTD 61 at Manching will phase out it‘s 50+86 on 3.12. when it will go to Berlin for the technical university BHT.
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