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Spottingtrip Japan: Gifu NEW REPORT
Next airfield that was on our planning was Gifu. It was planned that we did 2 days of spotting at Gifu. But on our first day there, it was extremely bad weather and flying activity was next to nothing, so we left very early.
The second day the weather couldn’t have been better. Clear blue sky and quite a lot of movements. As runway 28 was in use, we parked our car at the Soranomori Park. This park is situated next to...read more
Spottingtrip Japan: Komatsu
The fourth airbase we visited was Komatsu. The airfield at Komatsu is a shared airfield between the JASDF and civil aviation.
Focusing on the military part, Komatsu houses 4 squadrons that uses aircraft.
303 and 306 Tactical Fighter Squadron are based there and are flying the F-15 J/DJ and the Kawasaki T-4’s.
Also using the F-15 J/DJ and T-4’s is the Tactical Fighter...read more
The Dream Viper: the display bird with a story.
On the 9th of June the Belgian Air Force F-16 solo display team held a ceremony for the roll-out of the teams’ special painted F-16.
Vrieske, the team’s display pilot, gave a speech to the invited people and press before the new display jet was revealed.
In this speech, Vrieske introduced his team and the members of the team that were present at the roll-out ceremony, nicely took place alongside him. Vrieske also thanked a lot of people...read more
Spottingtrip Japan: MCAS Iwakuni 2019
The 3th base we visited during the first week of our stay in Japan was the Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, located in the Hiroshima Bay. MCAS Iwakuni is a shared base between the Japanese Maritime Self Defense Force and the US Navy/Marine Corps.
As the options for photographing the aircraft at Iwakuni is limited to just one spot and you face the sun for most of the day, we spent 3 days at Iwakuni in the hope to make some decent pictures...read more
2021 Through the lens of Andy Patzelt
Our last member to show his selection of 2021 is Andy Patzelt, Andy made his selection from some visits to Kleine-Brogel Airbase during the Sanicole Airshow weekend...Read More
2021 Through the lens of Ludo Kloek
Our member Ludo made his selection from visits to Kleine-Brogel and the WIC Excercise that was held at Leeuwarden Airbase in the north of the Netherlands...Read More
2021 Through the lens of Dirk Geuns
Also for me 2021 was another strange year, at the beginning of the year everyone was looking forward to the summer and was expecting that it should be normal by then. But Covid was still the main reason that lot of exercises and airshows decided to be cancelled...Read More
2021 Through the lens of Alain Meykens
The year 2021 was a poor year for me due to the well-known circumstances with only 2 events the first was Sanicole and the XTM mini tiger meet that took place on the same days and the second was Chièvres Air Fest 2021...Read More
2021 Through the lens of Lien Lamberts
The annual airshow at Aeroclub Sanicole is located close to Kleine Brogel Airbase. The airbase always tries to organize a spottersday and this year was no different. Seen here is F-16C arriving at Kleine Brogel after its display at Sanicole on the Saturday...Read More
2021 Through the lens of Tim Van den Boer
My first encounter with the new special painted F-16 for 31 “Tiger” squadron was also immediately a picture I had hoped for to make somewhere over the lifespan of this new special...Read More
2021 Through the lens of Edwin Huskens
KC-135R 62-3571 from the 168th ARW/Alaska ANG departed home after a tanker deployment at Geilenkirchen on April 26...Read More
2021 Through the lens of Laurent Heyligen
2021 was for a year with mixed feelings. The year before we had big hopes that everything would more or less go back to normal after a disastrous 2020, but quickly these vanished. Again it would be a year of taking the (spotting) opportunity as it came without a lot of planning ahead...Read More