Scramble 476 - January 2019

Scramble issue 476 is filled with 120 pages of aviation news and three specials.

Lebanon at 75

Six page artivle on the 75-year anniversary of the Lebanese armed forces. Our editors Erwin van Dijkman en Wim Sonneveld were present for the aerial parade conducted in honour of Lebanon’s Independence Day, on 22 November 2018.

Samurai's Phantom's Pharewell

On 2 December 2018, a small airshow was held at Hyakuri air base, Ibaraki prefecture. The occasion was to mark the final operating days of 302nd Hikotai (Tactical Fighter Squadron). This unit is one of the last three front line Phantom squadrons of the Japan Air Self-Defense Force. The unit will withdraw all of its remaining Phantoms in March 2019.

Thunder through the valleys

A book review of Philip Stevens’ “Thunder Through The Valleys” – low level flying – low level photography, which has been published in November 2018.

Our monthly returning topics:

* Movements and trips of the Netherlands, Belgium & the rest of the world, both civil and military

* The latest news, both civil and military

* Updates on the world's aircraft fleets, civil and military

* Aircraft mishaps in Dustpan & Brush

* Wrecks & Relics

* Warbirds

* Scramble Intelligence Service

* Showreports

* Triptease


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