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Holes in the log book!

Got a hole in an old log? Empty lines in your notebook? Request that missing serial here, hopefully someone can help. Requests over 6 months old only please.
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AlanM
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Holes in the log book!

Post by AlanM » Fri Feb 14, 2020 3:48 pm

All sorts in here, I keep finding old log books with gaps,I know I am dreaming but anyone fill these?

“1966” HS748 overshoot at Birmingham Australian Air Force callsign VM-JVH
1981-06-26 Luftwaffe F-4 Mildenhall 35+
1985-04-21 5 x F-84 dumped at Split then Yugoslavia
1986-07-05 Hatfield open day a Hunter XG???
1987-04-30 Chinook coded EV
1987-06-02 Chinook coded EP
1987-06-02 Chinook coded ER
1987-08-13 Chinook coded FF
1987-08-31 KC135 Upper Heyford
1987-10-08 Chinook code FH
1988-01-17 Chinook coded EH
1988-02-29 Chinook coded EW
1988-07-01 Chinook codes ES
1988-07-06 Chinook coded FJ
1989-11-25 KC-10 into Mildenhall callsign Shamu68
1990-09-?? Opa Locka Florida a C-123 N91033 any details?
1991 Roundnice Czech Republic Air Show Harrier coded AL
2001-07-25 SEA HARRIER overshoot Exeter Air show reported coded 129
2001-07-25 SEA HARRIER overshoot Exeter Air show reported coded 717
2001-07-25 3 FRADU Hawks overshoot Exeter Air show (Separately)
2002-07-10 Chinook coded BA
2007-06-15 OSY33T AN-30 off Brize
2015-11-15 I logged an F15 on the gate at Phoenix Airport ANG base 74-????

Thanks in advance,

Cheers

Alan

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nugget20
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Re: Holes in the log book!

Post by nugget20 » Fri Feb 14, 2020 3:57 pm

I logged Hunter F6 XG210 at a number of Hatfield Open Days (but not 86). I have it recorded as operated by BAE Hatfield.

jpickers56
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Re: Holes in the log book!

Post by jpickers56 » Fri Feb 14, 2020 4:04 pm

There were two AkG-51 RF4E's in Mildenhall on 25/6/1981 35+27 and 35+28 though not sure if night-stopped.

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JAWS
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Re: Holes in the log book!

Post by JAWS » Fri Feb 14, 2020 4:36 pm

Here is what I got so far , more to come as work allows .
AlanM wrote:
Fri Feb 14, 2020 3:48 pm
All sorts in here, I keep finding old log books with gaps,I know I am dreaming but anyone fill these?

“1966” HS748 overshoot at Birmingham Australian Air Force callsign VM-JVH
1981-06-26 Luftwaffe F-4 Mildenhall 35+
1985-04-21 5 x F-84 dumped at Split then Yugoslavia
1986-07-05 Hatfield open day a Hunter XG???
1987-04-30 Chinook coded EV I believe was ZA679 but unable to confirm so far
1987-06-02 Chinook coded EP Should be ZA720
1987-06-02 Chinook coded ER Should be ZA712
1987-08-13 Chinook coded FF Should be ZD575
1987-08-31 KC135 Upper Heyford ( 71455 K-135E TN ANG arrived on 29th but no mention of when it left )
1987-10-08 Chinook code FH Should be ZA707
1988-01-17 Chinook coded EH
1988-02-29 Chinook coded EWShould be ZA683
1988-07-01 Chinook codes ES Should be ZA681
1988-07-06 Chinook coded FJ Should be ZD980
1989-11-25 KC-10 into Mildenhall callsign Shamu68 30077 KC-10A68 ARW arrived 11-25 , no call sign in BARG
1990-09-?? Opa Locka Florida a C-123 N91033 any details?
1991 Roundnice Czech Republic Air Show Harrier coded AL
2001-07-25 SEA HARRIER overshoot Exeter Air show reported coded 129
2001-07-25 SEA HARRIER overshoot Exeter Air show reported coded 717
2001-07-25 3 FRADU Hawks overshoot Exeter Air show (Separately)
2002-07-10 Chinook coded BA
2007-06-15 OSY33T AN-30 off Brize
2015-11-15 I logged an F15 on the gate at Phoenix Airport ANG base 74-????

Thanks in advance,

Cheers

Alan
Last edited by JAWS on Sun Feb 16, 2020 5:16 am, edited 4 times in total.
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Nighthawke
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Re: Holes in the log book!

Post by Nighthawke » Fri Feb 14, 2020 4:41 pm

I have XG210 as being at Hatfield 5/7/86.

AlanM
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Re: Holes in the log book!

Post by AlanM » Sat Feb 15, 2020 3:03 pm

Thanks Guys I had just started to look for an excuse to go to Mildenhall to see the Hunter at Beck Row, no need now (Its a long trip from here) unbelievable coincidence

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Re: Holes in the log book!

Post by Yorker » Sat Feb 15, 2020 3:52 pm

The HS 748 could have been A10-608. It first flew in June 1969.
An earlier example A10-601 was seen pre-delivery practice ILS at Manchester 1/9/68 using callsign 'VMJVA'. If they continued with the sequence 'VMJVH' should therefore be A10-608. I hope this helps in your research.

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