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Photo ID 256580 by rinze de vries. Germany Air Force Eurofighter EF 2000 Typhoon S, 31 44
Photo ID 256579 by rinze de vries. Company Owned Top Aces ATSI Dassault Dornier Alpha Jet A, C GJTA
Photo ID: 256579
C-GJTA is one of 20 former Luftwaffe Alpha Jets operated by Top Aces. This aircraft was 40+57 and saw service with LeKG-41 at Husum and JBG-43 (Oldenburg). It was exported to Canada in 2005. 'Striker-4' is seen here over the approach-end arrestor cable.
Photo ID 256522 by rinze de vries. Germany Air Force Eurofighter EF 2000 Typhoon S, 30 06
Photo ID 256521 by rinze de vries. Germany Air Force Eurofighter EF 2000 Typhoon S, 30 30
Photo ID 256520 by rinze de vries. Germany Air Force Eurofighter EF 2000 Typhoon S, 30 89
Photo ID 256462 by rinze de vries. Private Private Piper L 21B Super Cub PA 18 135, PH TOK
Photo ID: 256462
After a 7 year restoration at Oostwold, R-114/PH-TOK made her first flight on 20 April 2021. R-114 (USAF 54-2404) was one of 75 L-21Bs delivered to the RNethAF from February 1955.
Photo ID 256437 by rinze de vries. Germany Air Force Sikorsky CH 53G S 65, 84 54
Photo ID: 256437
HSG-64 CH-53G 84+54 with a Mungo ESK (Einsatzfahrzeug Spezialisierte Kräfte), approaching the release point in a secluded field at the Segelflugplatz Aurich-Brockzetel, some 6 kilometres to the south of Wittmundhafen air base.
Photo ID 256258 by rinze de vries. Germany Air Force Sikorsky CH 53GA S 65, 84 71
Photo ID: 256258
CH-53GA 84+71 of HSG-64 about to deliver her underslung Mungo to waiting Bundeswehr Special Forces in a field at the Segelflugplatz Aurich-Brockzetel, close to the Control and Reporting Centre (CRC) Brockzetel radar station.
Photo ID 256247 by rinze de vries. USA Army Beech C 12U 3 Huron Super King Air B200C, 84 00157
Photo ID: 256247
Wiesbaden-based 40157 making a low approach to RWY-08.
Photo ID 256236 by rinze de vries. Company Owned Top Aces ATSI Douglas A 4N Skyhawk, C FGZI
Photo ID: 256236
Skyhawk '531' (BuAerNo.159533) is ex IDF/AF '413'. The aircraft was registered C-FGZI in December 2014 and was flown to Wittmundhafen in February 2015.
Photo ID 255540 by rinze de vries. New Zealand Air Force Bristol 170 Freighter Mk31M, NZ5903
Photo ID: 255540
For some 22 years the Freighters of No.41 Squadron, RNZAF, provided sterling service in the conflict zones of South East Asia. NZ5903 spent her last operational days with No.1 Squadron at Whenuapai. NZ5903 is seen here with her clamshell doors opened.
Photo ID 255539 by rinze de vries. New Zealand Air Force Bristol 170 Freighter Mk31M, NZ5903
Photo ID: 255539
The Mk.31M Freighter was the military variant of the Mk.21 with provision for supply dropping. The large clamshell doors of the Freighter provided easy access to the (unpressurised) main hold, which had an internal volume of 2,020 cubic feet.
Photo ID 255538 by rinze de vries. Private The Fighter Collection Supermarine 379 Spitfire FR XIVe, G SPIT
Photo ID: 255538
MV293 with its 36.7 litre RR Griffon 65 being prepared for the 2011 display season in the TFC hangar. The Spitfire is now based at Sywell aerodrome with Anglia Aircraft Restorations Ltd., still in her J.E. 'Johnnie' Johnson colours, with serial MV268.
Photo ID 255502 by rinze de vries. New Zealand Air Force Lockheed Hudson III, NZ2013
Photo ID: 255502
NZ2013 (RAF serial V9241) served with No.4 Squadron, RNZAF, flying from Nausori air base, Fiji in early 1942. The Hudson III is on display at Wigram since 1996 in 4 Squadron c/s and coded 'YZ-R'.
Photo ID 255501 by rinze de vries. New Zealand Air Force Curtiss P 40F Warhawk, 41 14205
Photo ID: 255501
Former 18th FG P-40F in the process of being converted to Allison V-1710 engined P-40E in Wigram's Hangar 3, to represent RNZAF Kittyhawk Ia NZ3024 'FE-L' of 2 OTU at Ohakea. Now on display as unmarked 'NZ3000' in a generic RNZAF Pacific Theatre c/s.
Photo ID 255278 by rinze de vries. Private Private Yakovlev Yak 3UA, ZK YYY
Photo ID: 255278
After arrival in New Zealand, Pioneer Aero at Ardmore fitted the aircraft with an Allison V-1710-111 engine. The Yak became ZK-YYY in February 2005. Here, under the early morning sun, Arthur Dovey's Yak is being prepared for Warbirds over Wanaka WOW 2008.
Photo ID 255277 by rinze de vries. Private The Fighter Collection Republic P 47G Thunderbolt, G CDVX
Photo ID: 255277
P-47D 42-74742 of the 84th FS was assigned to Capt. Julius P. Maxwell. He named her 'War Eagle'. When re-assigned to Lt. Severino B. Calderon, the name 'Snafu' was added. The P-47 was written-off after a belly landing at Duxford on 15 December 1944.
Photo ID 255276 by rinze de vries. Private Comanche Fighters LLC North American P 51D Mustang, N351MX
Photo ID: 255276
The Comanche Fighters' Mustang seen here in the colours of P-51D-5-NA 44-13382 'February' of the 307th, FS/31st FG of the 15th AF as flown by Lt James L. 'Jim' Brooks. He was credited with 13½ air victories with 2 more probables.
Photo ID 255117 by rinze de vries. UK Air Force Bristol F 2b Fighter, E2581
Photo ID: 255117
This F.2b Fighter was constructed by the British & Colonial Aeroplane Co. Ltd. and became part of the IWM collection in December 1922. E2581 is in the colours of No.39 (Home Defence) Squadron as based at North Weald aerodrome in 1918.
Photo ID 255116 by rinze de vries. Netherlands Air Force Hawker Hunter F6, N 250
Photo ID: 255116
The forward section of Fokker-built former RNethAF 325 Squadron Hunter F.6 N-250 was saved after the aircraft was converted by Hawker Siddeley Aviation to two-seat T.66D. It was delivered to the Indian Air Force on 21 September 1967 as 'S.581'.
Photo ID 255115 by rinze de vries. Private Mark One Partners LLC Supermarine 300 Spitfire Ia, G MKIA
Photo ID: 255115
Introduced by the RAF in mid-1940, the new 100-octane fuel increased the Spitfire's speed by 25 mph at sea level and by 34 mph at 10,000 feet. The black hole just above the leading edge wing root is the hand cranking point for turning the engine manually.
Photo ID 254963 by rinze de vries. Private Private Polikarpov I 16 Ishak, D EPRN
Photo ID: 254963
The I-16 was the first low-wing monoplane with retractable undercarriage in the Sovjet Air Force. In 1936 some 475 I-16s were supplied to Spanish Republican forces. To them the I-16 was known as 'Mosca' (fly), but as 'Rata' (rat) to their opponents.
Photo ID 254962 by rinze de vries. Private Alpine Fighter Colection Polikarpov I 16 Ishak, ZK JIN
Photo ID: 254962
In the early 1990s six Polikarpov I-16 Ishaks and three I-153 Chaikas were recovered from crash sites in Northern Russia. The aircraft were restored by Aviarestavratsiya at Novosibirsk for the Alpine Fighter Collection. Here ZK-JIN leads I-153 ZK-JKM.
Photo ID 254961 by rinze de vries. Private Private Polikarpov I 16 Ishak, D EPRN
Photo ID: 254961
Former Alpine Fighter Collection Ishak ZK-JIN came to Mannheim, Germany, in 2009. The I-16 is seen here during Flying Legends 2010.
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