Geilenkirchen 2007Back to Country
Date: 17 June 2007
Made by: Scramble, Alan Kilham, John Varley, John Hutchins, John Knight, Simon Patterson, David Rickwood, Roland van Bommel, Andreas Schoen, Stefan Jongen, Alan Macey, Ernesto Bauer
Static: ST34 SF260M 5sm 140102 CP-140 14 Wing 204/36-CD E-3F EDCA00.036 2427/CZY AS532UL Hor. 1RHC 30+20 EF2000(T) JG73 38+55 F-4F JG71 45+57 Tornado IDS AG51 45+83 Tornado IDS JBG31 50+89 C-160D LTG62 60+03 P-3C MFG3 4122 C-27J 354 MTM 158825 A-7E 335 MV tiger mks 160560 A-7E 335 MV 407 An-26 MH 59. Sz.D. REB. 30 JAS39C MH 59. Sz.D. REB. 42 JAS39D MH 59. Sz.D. REB. MM7006/6-31 Tornado IDS 120°Gr spec 154°Gr MM62215 C-27J 98°Gr TM 299 F-16AM FLO 304 F-16BM FLO 508 Su-22UM-3K 8.elt 15220 Alpha Jet A Asas de Portugal 15229 Alpha Jet A Esq301 spec mks CE.15-6/15-75 EF-18B+ Ala 15 T.21-05/35-43 C295M 353 Esc 100003/003 S100D F17M J-5237 F/A-18D nmks 77-0281, 77-0299 F-4E-2020 111Filo/nmks ZH103/03 Sentry AEW1 8/23/54(R)sq 81-0956/SP OA-10A 81st FS 81-0963/SP A-10A 81st FS 60-0059/LA B-52H 96th BS "96BS" 57-1499 KC-135R 191st ARS UT ANG 164387 E-6B VQ-3 LX-N20199 CT-49A NAEW&CF LX-N90443 E-3A NAEW&CF spec mks LX-N90455 E-3A NAEW&CF LX-N90456 E-3A NAEW&CF D-ECBW P149D ex Germany 92+19 D-FMBB "FM-BB" HA.1112-M1L ex Spain C.4K-135 HB-RCB P3-05 ex Swiss A-859 N6123C B-25J ex USAF 44-86893 N996DM DC-6B Flying Bulls The Alpha Jet in Asas de Portugal colours caused some confusion, as the "0" of the serial was actually painted with a diagonal dash, like "Ø". Therefore, some people logged this aircraft as 15228, but that is not correct. Flying/elsewhere: D-HNWL BK117A-3 Polizei D-HNWO, D-HNWP BK117C-1 Polizei NATO air base Geilenkirchen celebrated the 25th anniversary of the NATO E-3A Component with this open day. The event consisted only of a static display, but the quality of the participants was excellent. A large number of interesting visitors could be seen on the tarmac: the Canadian Aurora, the Greek Corsairs and C-27, Hungarian Gripens, Polish Fitter, Turkish Phantoms and the American B-52 and E-6. Unfortunately the static lay-out was far from ideal for photographers, with fences very close to the aircraft.