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French Navy 5192

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Re: french navy 5192

Post by KyleG » Tue May 20, 2014 10:25 pm

Here's the pic, defo looks like a Rafale to me. (shoddy pic :P)

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Re: french navy 5192

Post by buzzer » Tue May 20, 2014 10:28 pm

KyleG wrote:Here's the pic, defo looks like a Rafale to me. (shoddy pic :P)

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That's definitely a Rafale kyle. Well done. You can see the centre line tank, and all most make out the refueling prob! :thumb:
Now the question is.. which one was it?
I've worked out its from 11F out of Landivisiau. But that's all!

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Re: French Navy 5192

Post by wally1986 » Wed May 21, 2014 6:56 pm

iv got flight 02600 reg ! SQ any info plz. just this was around when this was happening last night. thanx
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Re: French Navy 5192

Post by EGVP » Wed May 21, 2014 7:00 pm

Corrupt data package downloaded.

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Re: French Navy 5192

Post by buzzer » Wed May 21, 2014 7:22 pm

ChrisGlobe wrote:Corrupt data package downloaded.
????????????? in english please Chris :S

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Re: French Navy 5192

Post by DaveG » Wed May 21, 2014 9:12 pm

The information pulled down to Grahams PlanePlotter was corrupt, incorrect, no good, means nothing or in plain English - is broken. ;-)

Edit: never seen that before, I type B*uggered (remove *) and it displays, broken. I edit and it says B*uggered, not broken. darn forum is PC now! (darn = B*loody) I give up.
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Re: French Navy 5192

Post by wally1986 » Thu May 22, 2014 3:54 pm

good research iv also got a friend that goes down to watch them quite regular he also said the same as you buzzer!! :thumb:
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Re: French Navy 5192

Post by buzzer » Fri Jul 18, 2014 3:50 pm

Worth a note. In this mouths Aviation News in the base movements section (and for culdrose )they have for the 20/5 the above French navy Rafale and being from 12F (as I thought) with its tail number as being 28 :clap:
Quite where or how they managed to pin it down I'm not sure but it's good enough for me.
So that ties that up nicely ;)

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Re: French Navy 5192

Post by Cornish-guy » Fri Jul 18, 2014 9:36 pm

buzzer wrote:Worth a note. In this mouths Aviation News in the base movements section (and for culdrose )they have for the 20/5 the above French navy Rafale and being from 12F (as I thought) with its tail number as being 28 :clap:
Quite where or how they managed to pin it down I'm not sure but it's good enough for me.
So that ties that up nicely ;)

Hi, just checked the Scramble database and they have no M28 in service - it jumps from M26 - M30 but no M28.


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Re: French Navy 5192

Post by KyleG » Fri Jul 18, 2014 9:47 pm

Cornish-guy wrote:
buzzer wrote:Worth a note. In this mouths Aviation News in the base movements section (and for culdrose )they have for the 20/5 the above French navy Rafale and being from 12F (as I thought) with its tail number as being 28 :clap:
Quite where or how they managed to pin it down I'm not sure but it's good enough for me.
So that ties that up nicely ;)

Hi, just checked the Scramble database and they have no M28 in service - it jumps from M26 - M30 but no M28.


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Scramble is obviously missing at least one then.

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Re: French Navy 5192

Post by rh226 » Fri Jul 18, 2014 9:58 pm

Scramble do have a Rafale M serial 28 - but they list it as being with ETR01.092 (should be ETR02.092??) which is based at BA113 St. Dizier/Robinson AB and is the joint Air Force/Navy training unit for the Rafale.
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Re: French Navy 5192

Post by Cornish-guy » Fri Jul 18, 2014 10:02 pm

I C what you mean kyle, that pic on that site does show M28 nicely, perhaps Scramble are not that accurate with there database?


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Re: French Navy 5192

Post by Cornish-guy » Fri Jul 18, 2014 10:09 pm

Wonder why he came in, could it have had any connection to the Castlemartin exercise - or just collecting some Ginsters....

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Re: French Navy 5192

Post by mikev1984 » Fri Jul 18, 2014 11:51 pm

Callsign (Fny5192 ) or French Navy 5192 belongs to
Rafale M of. Squadron 11 F based in landivisiau.
There callsign bracket is Fny 5134-5236
Hope this clears it up more
Great photo aswell.

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Re: French Navy 5192

Post by KyleG » Sat Jul 19, 2014 12:00 am

Cornish-guy wrote:Wonder why he came in, could it have had any connection to the Castlemartin exercise - or just collecting some Ginsters....

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Was on the 20th May, so probably not.
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Re: French Navy 5192

Post by Cornish-guy » Sat Jul 19, 2014 1:06 am

Must have been a Pastie run then, no doubt there wives had come across on the Plymouth ferry and told there hubbies about the scrummy cornish pasties, so they came across used a mission as an excuse grabbed some of Tavistocks finest and high tailed back to france to have with there Cianti......


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