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Photo ID 211453 by Mark Broekhans. France Navy NHI NH 90NFH, 20
Photo ID: 211453
APROC (Air Centric Personal Recovery Operative Course) 2018 participant.
Photo ID 211216 by Carl Brent. France Navy NHI NH 90NFH, 20
Photo ID: 211216
APROC 2018
Photo ID 198281 by Aaron C. Rhodes. Private Flying Heritage Collection Messerschmitt Bf 109E 3, NX342FH
Photo ID: 198281
Taking off for the European Theater Fly Day.
Photo ID 148768 by Aaron C. Rhodes. Private Flying Heritage Collection Messerschmitt Bf 109E 3, NX342FH
Photo ID: 148768
FHC's BF-109 comes in for a smooth landing after a display at the first-annual Skyfair at Paine Field in Everett, Washington.
Photo ID 133810 by Johannes Berger. Private Flying Heritage Collection Messerschmitt Bf 109E 3, NX342FH
Photo ID: 133810
W.Nr. 1342 was operated by JG 51 with the code "Yellow 10" and piloted by Fw. Eduard Hemmerling during the Battle of Britain. He crashed and was killed off the coast of Cap Blanc Nez on July 29, 1940 after combat with British Spitfires.
Photo ID 133809 by Johannes Berger. Private Flying Heritage Collection Messerschmitt Bf 109E 3, NX342FH
Photo ID: 133809
W.Nr. 1342 was operated by JG 51 with the code "Yellow 10" and piloted by Fw. Eduard Hemmerling during the Battle of Britain. He crashed and was killed off the coast of Cap Blanc Nez on July 29, 1940 after combat with British Spitfires.
Photo ID 131972 by Peter Boschert. USA Air Force McDonnell Douglas RF 4C Phantom II, 65 0849
Photo ID: 131972
Ex 190th TRS, arrival date in AMARG oct04, 1991, converted to QRF-4C(AF358), scanned from slide
Photo ID 117805 by Aaron C. Rhodes. Private Flying Heritage Collection Messerschmitt Bf 109E 3, 1342
Photo ID: 117805
A close-up of the badge painted on the fuselage of the FHC's BF-109. Tanslated, it means "God Destroy England". This aircraft was mortally wounded during the Battle of Britain and crash-landed on the coast of France.
Photo ID 117310 by Aaron C. Rhodes. Private Flying Heritage Collection Messerschmitt Bf 109E 3, NX342FH
Photo ID: 117310
Mortally wounded, this BF-109 limped back to the French coastline during the Battle of Britain where it crash landed. Unlike many preserved BF-109's which contain license-built parts from Spain, this aircraft contains 100% original German parts.
Photo ID 99508 by Mir Zafriz. Private Private De Havilland DH 82A Tiger Moth, VH BAR
Photo ID: 99508
Ex Royal Australian Air Force.
Photo ID 44919 by David F. Brown. USA Air Force McDonnell Douglas RF 4C Phantom II, 65 0849
Photo ID: 44919
Reconnaissance Air Meet (RAM) 1988
Photo ID 43995 by Joop de Groot. Netherlands Air Force Aerospatiale SA 316B Alouette III, A 342
Photo ID: 43995
During the open house this Alouette was parked on the football pitch for VIP and press transports
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