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Re: The Fighter Control Dutch F16 Thread

Post by MKR » Fri May 11, 2012 5:09 pm

A few more from me
J-211 323 Sqdn Waddington 25-6-2000
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J-220 322 Sqdn Mildenhall 23-5-1992
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J-235 323 Sqdn Bierset 26-9-1993
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J-250 323 Sqdn Alconbury 12-8-1990
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Re: The Fighter Control Dutch F16 Thread

Post by MKR » Fri May 11, 2012 5:50 pm

some more gap fillers
J-363 315 Sqdn Valley 19-8-1989
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J-628 306 Sqdn Wattisham 24-6-1989
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J-645 306 Sqdn Wattisham 4-7-1992
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J-649 311 Sqdn Waddington 7-9-1992
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Re: The Fighter Control Dutch F16 Thread

Post by Soundbarrier » Sun May 13, 2012 7:04 am

:thumbs: Less than fifty to go ... who's next :pop:

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Re: The Fighter Control Dutch F16 Thread

Post by FAlcons » Sun May 13, 2012 9:26 am

Another two. According to my slide database I have another 36 of the missing F-16s. I will scan the best and post them later on.
Don't expect all missing F-16s on this thread, since some of them (like J-007 and J-717) were written-off after very few flying hours, making photos of them very rare!

J-192
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J-643
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Re: The Fighter Control Dutch F16 Thread

Post by MKR » Sun May 13, 2012 10:51 am

J-622 311 Sqdn Leuchars 23-9-1989
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J-650 311 Sqdn Alconbury 21-7-1985
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J-651 312 Sqdn Fairford 31-7-1994
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J-655 306 Sqdn Finningley 18-9-1993
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Re: The Fighter Control Dutch F16 Thread

Post by MKR » Sun May 13, 2012 11:28 am

this is my last contribution to the thread
J-656 312 Sqdn Boscombe Down 9-6-1990
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J-877 312 Sqdn Mildenhall 24-5-1987
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J-885 311 Sqdn Alconbury 4-8-1991
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Re: The Fighter Control Dutch F16 Thread

Post by Maurits37 » Sun May 13, 2012 1:46 pm

Hi all,

Very nice topic. Have some scans too, starting with J-010 from 312sq during Frisian Flag at Leeuwarden, Oct.1999
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J-194 from 311sq on approach at Volkel, Oct 1993
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J-198 from 312sq taxiing out at Volkel, Oct 2000
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One of the first RNLAF F-16As was J-212 here shortly transferred from 323sq to 312sq. It was on static during the annual Klu Open days at Volkel, July 1995
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Re: The Fighter Control Dutch F16 Thread

Post by Maurits37 » Sun May 13, 2012 2:05 pm

And some more....
J-141 from old 314sq at the Klu Open day, Gilze Rijen, June 1992
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J-242 at the static Klu Open day Volkel, July 1995
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J-256 from 313sq on approach at Volkel, May 1995
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J-640 from 312sq with special 312-Bonzo tail took part in the base attack during the Klu Open day at Volkel, June 2007
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Re: The Fighter Control Dutch F16 Thread

Post by Maurits37 » Sun May 13, 2012 2:41 pm

J-057 from 323sq during Frisian Flag at Leeuwarden, Oct 1999
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J-251 in demo colors from 313sq at Twenthe, June 1994
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J-264 from 313sq at Volkel, Oct 2000
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J-652 from 306sq at Twenthe, June 2000
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Re: The Fighter Control Dutch F16 Thread

Post by Maurits37 » Mon May 14, 2012 8:13 am

Hi,

Some more additions, starting with J-140 no sq mks but operating with 313/315sq and comes in to land at Twenthe AB on July 1996 during the Open days.
A few years later it was written off after a landing incident.
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J-617 from 311sq taxiing out during the Volkit-exercise at Volkel AB, November 1992
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Former J-648 departs Volkel AB on 4 April 2011 to it's new owner, the FAChile. In Chile it will receive number 746.
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Also former J-874 left Volkel AB on 29 August 2011 to it's new owner, the FAChile. In Chile it will receive number 750.
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Re: The Fighter Control Dutch F16 Thread

Post by Soundbarrier » Mon May 14, 2012 7:12 pm

FAlcons wrote:Don't expect all missing F-16s on this thread, since some of them (like J-007 and J-717) were written-off after very few flying hours, making photos of them very rare!
Was there a J-717 ?? :S

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Re: The Fighter Control Dutch F16 Thread

Post by FAlcons » Mon May 14, 2012 7:17 pm

Soundbarrier wrote:Was there a J-717 ?? :S
No, I meant J-710. Excusez moi.

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Re: The Fighter Control Dutch F16 Thread

Post by sg-andel » Fri May 18, 2012 5:53 pm

Found another digi one.
got problems whit the scanner :huh: so must do whit digi pix for now.
J-207
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Re: The Fighter Control Dutch F16 Thread

Post by Maurits37 » Mon May 21, 2012 7:07 am

Good morning,

Some additions, F-16B J-266 as i/a with 323 mks at Leeuwarden AB during the annual Klu Open day,Sept. 2011
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These two pics were made by two friends of mine.
J-206 with it's first operator 315sq at Twenthe AB, early 90s. It crashed on 15 Jun 2001.
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F-16A J-878 with special 312sq Bonzo tail, on approach at Volkel AB, somewhere in 1992. Nowadays it operates with FAChile as 724.
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Re: The Fighter Control Dutch F16 Thread

Post by FAlcons » Fri May 25, 2012 10:36 am

Some remaining Dutch F-16s.
Apologies for the bad quality. The only reason that I kept these photos (slides) is that all of these Falcons were written-off many many years ago, some of them in the early 1980s.

J-054
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J-244
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J-271
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J-359
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Re: The Fighter Control Dutch F16 Thread

Post by FAlcons » Fri May 25, 2012 10:39 am

My last 5.

J-621 (with Dutch F-104 taking off in the background)
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J-629
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J-634
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J-639
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J-880
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Re: The Fighter Control Dutch F16 Thread

Post by Mike » Fri May 25, 2012 10:48 am

Thanks very much Rob, list updated and only 12 to go. :thumb:

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Re: The Fighter Control Dutch F16 Thread

Post by GOOSE » Mon Jul 09, 2012 4:41 pm

Bump :)

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Re: The Fighter Control Dutch F16 Thread

Post by Levente » Tue Sep 04, 2012 8:55 am

632 and 624 at SAIF 2012.

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Re: The Fighter Control Dutch F16 Thread

Post by GOOSE » Sat Sep 08, 2012 6:33 am

Just a few to go now and a quick reminder of the rules -
THE RULES

The list below details each of the 213 F16s to enter Dutch service.

For example:
J-001

If an image of a J-001 is posted, that airframe is removed and can't be posted again.

Airframes already covered will be denoted by red. Everything else will be standard black.

NOTE: No photos of flightlines please, otherwise you'll be knocking 10 shots off the list in one go! Individual aircraft only.

One final thing - There is a limit of FOUR photos per post, just to prevent people posting hundreds at a time, and to give other members a chance! No limit to the number of posts though.

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